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Drilled Pier Caisson Inspection

Drilled Pier Caisson Inspection

Drilled Pier Caisson Inspection

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Where can I find the steps or the process of a drilled pier caisson inspection?

RE: Drilled Pier Caisson Inspection

You need a copy of the FHWA publication: Construction and Design of Drilled Shafts by Reese.

RE: Drilled Pier Caisson Inspection

Another good source of information is the Drilled Shaft Inspector's Manual written by Clyde Baker and published by "the international Association of Drilled Shaft Contractors" (ADSC).

RE: Drilled Pier Caisson Inspection

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I have found that the Deep Foundation Institute publishes this document.  I have ordered it through my company. Thanks.

RE: Drilled Pier Caisson Inspection

I agree--the bible would be the Drilled Shaft Inspector's Manual, jointly prepared by the DFI (www.dfi.org) and the ADSC (www.adsc-iafd.com).

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