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Watamu Beach Restoration

Beach restoration project using geotextile sand-filled Trapbags for coastal erosion protection for a hotel property in Watamu, Kenya...
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Thiba Dam Construction

Construction of critical drainage systems, riprap on upstream slopes using geotextiles for filtration, separation and drainage at Kenya's Thiba Dam site...
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Kenya’s Sustainable Green Roofs : Embracing The Coastal Surroundings

This coastal project in Kenya celebrates intensive green roofs, often referred to as roof gardens. They can be designed as complex or simplistic as desired.
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Access Road for a Wind Farm project in Kenya

One of the challenges of developing wind farms is access; soil reinforcement with Secugrid builds access road to transport blades to wind farm in Kenya...
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Mombasa Port Quayside Rehabilitation

Preventing coastal erosion using engineered nonwoven geotextiles for filtration, erosion control and scour protection at Mombasa Port quaysides...
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Container Terminal built on soft subsoils with Geosynthetics in Jomvu, Kenya

GeoSynthetics made it possible to build a container terminal & heavily trafficked areas on extremely soft subsoils for a CFS in Kenya...
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Paving the way for Geotextiles in Road Construction

Road maintenance remains a challenge in developing countries. A trial in Kenya using GEA's paving geotextiles in road rehabilitation is a game changer...
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Emergency Road Rehabilitation Programme in North Kivu, DRC

GEA delivers vital gabions and geotextile supplies to construct road crossings over deep voids for an emergency humanitarian project in North Kivu, DRC...
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GeoSynthetic Bridge becomes a life line for a CFS in Kenya

GEA introduces a new method of building bridges in Kenya using GeoSynthetics. Saving on construction time and material efficiency in a groundbreaking project...
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