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Re: CONCRETE: Combining Multiple Construction Tolerances

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Additive might be a certain distance off in one direction - say either in or out, and the sheet pile not exactly vertically - which sometimes happens. In single piles, this happens often.

Neil

William wrote:
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Behalf Of Tarek Mokhtar Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2015 11:33 PM
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Subject: Re: [SEAINT-SEAOSC] CONCRETE: Combining Multiple Construction
Tolerances

I only have experience with poured in place caissons , and four inch tolerance is the norm, which means you will have to spec a wall that is fourteen inches thick, HTH

Tarek

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I'm really trying to get a feel for what's reasonable. I swear, if you search online for "sheet pile tolerance" you find precious little. Even specs for sheet pile published by, e.g., state DOTs and FHWA, say very little about tolerance.


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