Dry stack rock walls, also known as rockery walls, are one of the oldest forms of erosion control retaining walls and can add landscape beauty to your home, office complex or community center.

Rockery walls are built from natural rock found in your local area without the use of mortar, concrete or steel.

Today’s walls are constructed using an excavator and a grapple attachment to rotate and place the rocks into a tight fitting, stacked wall. These modern day walls are environmentally friendly, corrosion resistant, everlasting and as durable as the rocks used to build them. Our rockery walls can be constructed in a wide range of heights from 2 feet landscape walls to 12 feet engineered retaining walls.

Natural rockery walls are beautiful as well as functional and may be used to increase the usable space and value of your property and are more cost-effective than keystone block or concrete.

Whether you are a homeowner, contractor or a developer, Osborn Rock Walls can customize your project needs and with the skills and craftsmanship that our experienced team offers, we will provide you with a naturally beautiful rockery wall built with pride and efficiency.

Osborn General Engineering & Construction, Inc. has successfully renewed their Gold Shovel Standard Certification. Gold Shovel Standard Certification is a widely-recognized indication of increased safety awareness and a commitment to continuous damage prevention improvement. Excavators within Gold Shovel Standard rely on Gold Shovel Standard technology to measure safety and efficacy and are able to present hard data to support our reputation.

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Gold Shovel Standard (GSS) is a nonprofit organization committed to improving workforce and public safety and the integrity of buried infrastructure. GSS believes that greater transparency in all aspects of damage prevention among buried-asset operators, locators and excavators is essential to drive continuous improvement, and vital to increasingly safe working conditions and communities.