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Guide to soil induced structural damages

Guide to soil induced structural damages

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Hello
could you guys provide me with a guide for the investigations of damages to structural houses induced by settelement and or swelling of clays ?

RE: Guide to soil induced structural damages

We would all really like to have such a guide. My recommendation is to get as much experience on many geotech projects as you can, preferably by doing the field work. Then, some day you will be well equipped to investigate and report on them as an expert.

RE: Guide to soil induced structural damages

The Building Research Establishment (BRE) in the UK has a series of Digests on this topic:

https://www.bre.co.uk/

RE: Guide to soil induced structural damages

(OP)
I was looking for free guides roll1

RE: Guide to soil induced structural damages

I was once told that free advice is worth the price.

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