Moffet Creek, Oregon, T35 barrier on concrete guardrail

I-84 MP 37.5 East Bound, 97014, near Moffet Creek, Oregon, United States
Triptych Constructon
Oregon Department of Transportation
Triptych Construction
Protected object
Energy absorption capacity
35 kJ
System height
2.0 m
System length
- 100 m
Corrosion protection
Other installed applications
Slope Protection, Road fencing
Initial situation

After the severe 2018 Eagle Creek fire, a T35 rockfall barrier was utilized for temporary rockfall protection for the I-84 interstate during a larger scaling operation and TECCO® drape installation. Triptych Construction in conjunction with the Oregon Department of Transportation utilized Geobrugg North America's novel modification attaching the standard low energy T35 rockfall barrier to common concrete guardrail. 


The T35 system is independently tested in 1:1 full-scale test for rockfall up to 35 kJ providing easy to install, cost-effective rockfall protection. The standard post has been redesigned to attach to standard concrete guardrail and available for quick supply and installation by qualified contractors.  

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Roger Moor
Roger Moor
Country Manager Ost- und Zentralschweiz, Liechtenstein
Natural Hazards, Coastal Erosion Protection, Mining / Tunnels
Geobrugg AG
Aachstrasse 11
8590 Romanshorn / Switzerland
René Müller
René Müller
Country Manager Kantone AG BE BL BS FR GE JU NE SO VD VS
Natural Hazards, Mining / Tunnels
Geobrugg AG
Industriestrasse 21
5200 Brugg / Switzerland
Isacco Toffoletto
Isacco Toffoletto
Ticino Country Manager
Natural Hazards, Mining / Tunnels
Geobrugg AG Ticino
Stabile Cometal, via Pizzante 7
6595 Riazzino / Switzerland