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forumn for foundation specfic

forumn for foundation specfic

forumn for foundation specfic

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I know this forum does not like specfic problem. Is there a forum where a simple foundation question with specific be ask.

RE: forumn for foundation specfic

There is nothing wrong with specific questions.  Ask away!

RE: forumn for foundation specfic

Another geotechnical forum you may be interested in can be found under "discussion forum" at www.geoforum.com. ; But feel free to ask your question here as well.

RE: forumn for foundation specfic

When building a foundation with 12 inch bull nose pier blocks (two hollows), core filled, reinforced with 3/4 inch rebar, is it necessary to alternate the block.

RE: forumn for foundation specfic

A running bond versus a stacked bond almost always results in a stronger wall, even for stemwall applications as you describe.  Further, a running bond is slightly more water resistant, as the moisture path throught the mortar joints is a bit more convoluted.

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