Geofiber method

The slope stabilization method of the environmental conservation model using “Continuous fiber reinforcement soil”.

General Description

Protecting slopes by continuous fiber reinforcement soil layer instead of traditional concrete structure. The construction method using continuous fiber reinforcement soil formed thick earth structure on slopes by jetting out/mixing sand and continuous fiber (polyester) with water jet. The ground reinforcing method increases resistance for natural ground itself by inserting the steel rod together with integrated continuous fiber reinforcement soil and natural ground. Planting works are conducted on surface of continuous fiber reinforces soil and form high quality vegetation environment such as development of growth of trees.


Suitable for cutting slope protection, controlling slope erosion and weathering, surface layer collapse prevention, and supporting greening works on unstable condition slope. Highly effective in landscaping and vegetating such as, greening lightweight embankments, landscaping mortar surface and anchor pressure plate, preserving existing trees during construction. After construction is completed, a variety of plant communities can be formed.

Main features

  • The environmental conservation measure can be obtained along with ground reinforcement.
  • Make the best use of existing trees certainly the development of thick growth of trees.
  • The effect is equivalent to conventional block retaining walls and shotcrete frame.