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CornerStone Wall Solutions Inc., Vancouver, Canada

 


A difficult installation footprint along a light rail line proves to be no problem for Cornerstone Wall Solutions’ functional MagnumStone retaining wall system. The St. Louis MetroLink serves as a lifeline for commuters and visitors alike, with routes extending through downtown to the city’s international airport, near Washington University, and out to Scott Air Force Base near Shiloh, IL. One of the busiest light rail lines in the Midwest, MetroLink carries more than 53,000 passengers daily along its two lines from 38 metro stations. It is a vital component of the St. Louis transportation infrastructure. That’s why in 2016, when it came time to shore up a failed wall at the terminus of the line, MetroLink’s operators wanted to make sure they chose a long-lasting, robust replacement. The MagnumStone big block hollow core retaining wall system developed by Cornerstone Wall Solutions provided the perfect fit.

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CornerStone Wall Solutions Inc.
803 – 1625 Manitoba Street
Vancouver, BC, V5Y 0B8, Canada
T +1 604 939 7999
www.cornerstonewallsolutions.com


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