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Manufactured with Concrete

Green options also available;
including Plas-Crete and Economix Blocks containing plastic and/or glass aggregate.






 The following documents are all in Adobe PDF format.

  • All Blocks Are Available in Plas-Crete or Poured to Your Specification.
  • Conigliaro Offers Mechanically Stabilized Earth Walls To 30 Feet in Height and Gravity Walls to 14 Feet in Height.

Technical Publications

Technical Reports

Conigliaro Block - Standard Series - Block Schematics

Conigliaro Block - Jumbo Series - Block Schematics

Conigliaro Block - Designer Face Finishes

Conigliaro Block - Dimensions and Weights

Conigliaro Block - Typical Wall Sections

"Instant" Structures

Blocks in Action

Force Protection

Conigliaro Block - Precast

Glass Aggregates

Stratagrid Geo Grids

Adhesives and Sealants

Natural Stone Veneers

Complete Designs

Plas-Crete

Tools and Equipment



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