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- From: Wajahat Nassar <wajahat.nassar(--nospam--at)gmail.com>
- Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2013 08:15:15 -0700
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The neighbouring building is virtually huged to the plot where the proposed building is to be built. The basement wall would join and run parallel touching the foundation of the adjacent building, as it is a commercial plot. No experience with digging in the soil in this area and no soil data. Regards, Wajahat On 10 April 2013 07:46, Lloyd Pack <lloyd(--nospam--at)advantage-engineers.com> wrote: > Hello Wajahat, > > Steel columns might work beautifully, if they are sized > correctly. You could use concrete piers, too. > > Shotcrete usually isn't used with forms like "poured" or > placed concrete is. Shotcrete is shot out of a hose against > the wall. > > How close is the neighboring building? 1 meter? 10 cm? > Do you have room for the retaining wall footing? Do you > have experience with digging in the soil in this area? Will > the soil "stand" on it's own when a trench is cut into it? Or > does it slump into the trench? > > Thank you, > Lloyd Pack, P.E. > Advantage Consulting Engineers > www.advantage-engineers.com > Truncated 836 characters in the previous message to save energy. -- This e-mail message (including any attachments) is intended for the addressee only, and may contain confidential information. The un-authorised use, disclosure or copying of this e-mail or any information contained within it is strictly prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the author and delete this e-mail immediately in its entirety. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Post your message to the list by sending it to: SEAINT-SEAOSC(--nospam--at)mail-list.com. The email messages sent to the list will be saved in an archive on the World Wide Web. These archives are located at: http://archive.mail-list.com/SEAINT-SEAOSC To contact the list owner, send your message to: SEAINT-SEAOSC-list-owner(--nospam--at)mail-list.com. 5700 Ralston Street, Suite 300, Ventura, CA 93003 To unsubscribe, switch to/from digest, get on/off vacation, or change your email address, click here. <http://cgi.mail-list.com/u?ln=seaint-seaosc&nm=seaintma%40euken.net>
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