Concrete Walling. Many parts of the Undertown are separated by modular concrete walling, made by one of the companies belonging to Pheonix Industries. These walls are thick, high density concrete, and are incredibly resilient to the harshness of the life in Undertown, but have a tendency to split District 378 into a maze of narrow streets and hive-like alleyways. Often capped with broken glass and barbed wire by the local authorities to make them unclimbable, this concrete walling sections do their job in protecting buildings and segregating the populace.
Concrete Walling is a set of 10 long wall sections and 8 short wall section. They are made from pre-painted MDF, high quality resin and laser cut acrylic. The long wall sections are 105mm long, and the short wall sections are 59mm long, meaning that end to end, this set can make 152cm of walling. The concrete walling could be placed in one single long snaked line, but often is better split up into multiple smaller sections for a specific purpose, such as creating a car park at the back of a building, or adding an L-shape to the edge of one building to create an asymmetric shape.