Foundation repairs, retaining walls, piling systems

Kenmore Retaining Wall


Here we had a dry stack block retaining wall that was improperly constructed at the bottom of a 150’ tall & very steep hillside.  We stabilized the existing retaining wall with 2” pin piles and helical tieback anchors so we could safely build a new shotcrete wall in front.  Once the new structural wall was in place, masons came in and faced the wall with an architectural stone. Helical Anchors provided by Helical Supply LLC.

helical supply

DCF 1.0 DCF 1.0 DCF 1.0 DCF 1.0 DCF 1.0 DCF 1.0 DCF 1.0DCF 1.0

DCF 1.0 DCF 1.0 DCF 1.0

Leave a Reply

Queen Anne Seattle Basement & Bunker Garage

This was a fun project!!  We took an early 1900’s home with a partial 6′ tall basement, created 9′ finished ceilings and a 2 car deep concrete bunker garage.  Nearly 800 yards of dirt was excavated…read more

West Seattle Retaining Wall

Dochnahl Construction built this timber and piling retaining wall at the top of a hill side in West Seattle.  There had been few small surface land slides over the past couple winters so we helped…read more

Architectural Concrete Compilation

This is a compilation of architectural concrete work we’ve done over the years including landscape retaining walls, stairs, driveways and other specialty concrete work.  Various colors, finishes, textures and forming techniques can be used.  The possibilities…read more