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Secant Pile Wall Specification

Secant Pile Wall Specification

Secant Pile Wall Specification

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Hello All - I'm looking to see if anyone here has a secant pile wall specification I can use as a basis for preparing a project-specific specification. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

RE: Secant Pile Wall Specification

Are you delegating the design? Are you specifying the prelim. design for a proposal to be let out? Are you designing them and wanting a spec. for your own design? A little more information might be necessary.

RE: Secant Pile Wall Specification

(OP)
Thanks WesternJeb. Good questions. It is a delegated design. We will be providing the layout in plan view and various external loading magnitudes and from there it will be design-build via performance spec.

RE: Secant Pile Wall Specification

(OP)
Thank you Retrograde. There is helpful info there.

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