By J. Paul Guyer

This book offers over 275 pages of technical counsel for pro engineers and building managers drawn to the layout and development of foundations for buildings: here's what is mentioned: 1. BACKFILL FOR SUBSURFACE buildings, 2. BEARING ability research, three. DEEP FOUNDATIONS, four. EARTHWORK FOR FOUNDATIONS, five. ENGINEERING houses OF SOIL AND ROCK, 6. EXCAVATION FOR constructions, 7. box AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS FOR FOUNDATIONS IN EXPANSIVE SOILS, eight. starting place layout IN chilly areas, nine. FOUNDATIONS ON FILL AND BACKFILLING, 10. FOUNDATIONS IN components of important FROST PENETRATION

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