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A DuraHold2 retaining wall gently curves, running parallel with the concrete pathway and green patches while containing its own softscaping.
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A DuraHold2 retaining wall helps to break up green spaces, while accounting for changes in elevation outside the building.
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Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
Project type
Academic & Healthcare,
Attractions,
Segmental Retaining Walls
Location
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Detroit, MI
Application
Structural Walls

Founded in 1965 and located in the heart of Detroit’s Cultural Center, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History has become the largest African American museum in the world. Overlooking a spacious green field, the 125,000 square-foot facility is surrounded by elegant green features and long planter walls. Similar in appearance to DuraHold®, yet half the size, DuraHold2® was used to outline the premises of the museum. The small size of the wall units make DuraHold2® economical for low wall projects, while their durability ensures the wall will stand for years to come.

A DuraHold2 retaining wall helps to break up green spaces, while accounting for changes in elevation outside the building.
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