A Concrete History.
We are a trusted precast concrete noise & retaining wall supplier in Ontario.
Q: How do I know I am receiving a quality product?
A: Our product has been approved by the Road Authority of Ontario and the Ministry of Transportation. In order to achieve this status, stringent material testing was conducted and analyzed.
Q: Where are the precast panels manufactured?
A: International Fence is located in Bolton, Ontario.
Q: How much does it cost?
A: Because each precast sound barrier is uniquely designed for each project, costs are dependent on a variety of factors.
Still have questions?
Contact us directly and one of our specialists will get back to you as soon as possible.
Mr. Enzo Pensa
541 Piercey Road
Bolton ON L7E5B5
Tel: (905) 951-7337
Fax: (905) 951-6147
We use a unique wet-cast concreting system because it provides the end-user with two key things:
A maintenance-free surface that can weather all conditions,
Free range of design expression with a wide variety of colours & finishes.
All of our concrete panels reflect traffic noise on both sides to mitigate disturbances to the property owner. The panels are also designed with the project site in mind, available in shorter lengths for easier installation.
• Various heights and configurations are available to suit the needs of the project.
• Retaining wall panels are available where elevations may vary.
• Access doors and fire hose openings are available where required.
• Precast column covers that are placed between concrete panels, concealing the supporting steel posts.
Our Installation Process
We work with you to design the right wall for your individual project and soil conditions.
In simplified terms, a typical wall is installed following the below process:
1 Site preparations / earth retainment.
2 Galvanized steel posts are anchored with caisson foundation.
3 Panels arrive onsite and are mounted to the steel posts.
International Fence Corp. precast sound & retaining walls are designed to the most stringent Canadian standards.
CAN/CSA S6-06 – Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code (CHBDC)
CAN/CSA A23.1-04/A23.2-04 – Concrete Materials and Methods of Concrete Construction/Methods of Test and Standard Practices for Concrete
CAN/CSA A23.4-05 – Precast Concrete
CAN/CSA G164-M92 (R2003) – Hot Dip Galvanizing of Irregularly Shaped Articles
CSA G40.20-13/G40.21-13 – General Requirements for Rolled or Welded Structural Quality Steel/Structural Quality Steel
CSA S16-09 – Design of Steel Structures
CSA W47.1-09 – Certification of Companies for Fusion Welding of Steel
CSA W59-13 – Welded Steel Construction (metal arc welding)
CSA Z107.9-00 – Standard for Noise Barriers
Ontario Building Code (OBC) 2012
OPSS 760 – Construction Specification for Noise Barrier Systems
A Proud History
International Fence Corp. has been providing quality sound barriers and retaining walls since 1975.
We have earned a reputation for integrity and quality workmanship over those years and continue to stand behind the walls that we build for cities and
With hundreds of kilometers of sound and retaining walls standing strong across Ontario, we continue to be the leading manufacturer and installer of wet cast concrete walls today.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our Product Lines
Wet cast concrete allows for a variety of colours and finishes, including sand-blasted, exposed aggregate, acid washed and bush hammered finishes. Select the finish and wall series right for your project.
The Vertarib Series is designed to achieve visual appeal on a cost-effective budget. The concrete perimeter rib allows for the provision of the concrete cover to the reinforcing steel, while the recessed center ensures a lighter, more manageable handling weight. Further, the textured surface will disperse the sound waves as they strike the wall, increasing the effectiveness of the fence as a sound barrier and reflector.
Vertarib Wall Series
The Palladian Series has the same noise reflective properties as the Vertarib Series, offering a different aesthetic result. The Palladian Series concrete panels are broom finished and formed with artificial masonry joints to give the same decorative appearance of block masonry within a solid panel.