Back in 1977 my undergraduate soils professor mentioned that there was a hotel constructed on a mat foundation in Mexico City that had two lobbies. Once the building had settled 10 feet, they started using the upper lobby. Was he pulling our legs? Does anyone know what hotel that might have been? I'm trying to convince non-engineers that it isn't total settlement you need to worry about.
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