gabionage


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gabionage

(ˈɡeɪbɪənɪdʒ)
n
(Fortifications) a structure or fortification built with gabions
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The contract provides for site installations, preparatory works, earth moving work: 2 700 linear metres of drainage ditches, 84 896 m3 of embankments and 92 400 m3 of excavated earth, construction of road layers using selected natural materials (18 760 m3), construction of longitudinal (8 900 linear metres) and trans versal (234 linear metres) drainage structures, construction of supporting and protective walls with masonry: 90 linear metres, 5 m high, with 2 360 m3 of gabionage and 432 m3 of rock fill, site refurbishment works, re vegetation and tree planting, construction of 65 linear metres of metal bridges and of a 4 x 2,5 double box culvert.