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Tumbak Bayuh Temple, Bali

JL. Raya Tumbak Bayu, Bali, Indonesia
2017
Customer
PU Bali
Contractor
Pt. Amavi
Corrosion protection
GEOBRUGG SUPERCOATING
Slope inclination
70 ° - 80 °
Greening
Yes
Exposition
West
Initial situation

The picturesque temple Tumbak Bayuh lies in the center of Bali. In recent years falling rocks and unstable slopes out of the steep surrounding slopes have endangered this famous worshipping area.

Geology

Limestone

Description

After a detailed investigation, the unstable slope was stabilized with TECCO® System. The solution was combined with a green carpet revegetation mattress installed between the unstable rock and the high tensile steel wire mesh to blend with the astonishing beautiful surroundings.

By today, we can proudly announce that the temple and its surroundings are safe again.


 

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