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Re: Pile supported foundation wall design

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Or do you mean a cantilever retaining wall that SITS on piles (i.e. the
supporting soil ain't so great...yes, some lovely "not so proper" English
<grin>)?

Regards,

Scott
Adrian, MI


On Mon, 15 Aug 2005, Bill Polhemus wrote:

> > I am looking for design information for a pile supported retaining wall.
>
> By "pile supported retaining wall" to you mean a wall that has
> regularly-spaced "soldier piles," or do you mean a stayed retaining wall
> tied back to a pile, OR do you mean a CLOSELY SPACED drilled shaft wall?
>
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