7 Gabion Wall Falls In Vladivostok

Gabion Wall Falls In Vladivostok

Posted on June 13, 2012 by team

As a result of long-lasting precipitations the gabion wall fell in Vladivostok. Luckily nobody suffered but the garages…

Location: Vladivostok


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7 Responses to “Gabion Wall Falls In Vladivostok”

  1. Osip says:

    Perhaps the engineer should revisit his calculations.

    • Poupou-en-guyane says:

      Or return to school. How can they build gabion walls that high and that steep ? Ganion can’t replace concret. They are not supposed to be used in the same way.
      Well I wonder how much will now costs the road.

    • Tovarich Volk says:

      Yeah, but what the engineer will most likely do is try to weasel out of it and foist the blame on the contractors.

    • jeffrey pigden says:

      What engineer! It was designed by the local soviet chief’s brother-in-law & built by a gang from the local reeducation camp!

  2. Number says:

    Blablabla u above,ice,frost,rainfall and naturalgas wining,that together with some other facts,from the short past and now…made these things happen,and it can go fast….forwards and/or backwards,walk on a silk line as an marathonrunner……..

  3. Mercal says:

    Looks like some Russian Educations are not up to standards of industrialized world.

  4. todd says:

    That could happen anywhere but that could cost allot to fix.

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