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Of course, it would.  Unless, the cantilevered wall is designed for such
conditions.  And, built to those design assumptions.  Good luck.

On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 12:09 PM, Wajahat Nassar 

> Thank you, but the top floor, or basement cap would be placed at a later
> stage, and so would the raft, so wouldnt the adjacent building be 
> affected by then?
> Regards,
> Wajahat
> On 9 April 2013 12:05, David Topete <d.topete73(--nospam--at)> wrote:
>> Why wouldn't the floor act as a restraining force at the top of the 
>> wall? 
>> On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 12:00 PM, Wajahat Nassar
>> <wajahat.nassar(--nospam--at)>wrote:
>>> Dear All,
>>> I am working on a 900 sq ft, area where there are no basements on two
>>> sides and the owner wishes to have a basement for his property. I am 
>>> not sure how this would work. The drawings say that a 9 inch retaining 
>>> wall would be prepared to the actual footing depth. I am afraid that 

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David Topete, SE

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