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Wynn, P (2004)
Publisher: Emerald
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects:
A case study of a domestic structure that suffered damage as a result of foundation movement in the 1970s is examined. Conclusions and recommendations made at the time are re-visited in the light of limitations of the original site investigation and subsequent performance of the structure.
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    • Institute of Geological Sciences, (1975) I: 50000 Chelmsford Sheet 241 Solid and Drift Edition, Ordnance Survey, Southampton.
    • Reece, B. (1977) "Insurance aspects of new work and remedial works", Course on House Foundations on Swelling / Shrinkable Clay, Polytechnic of Central London.
    • Tomlinson, M. J., Driscoll, R. and Burland, J. B. (1978) "Foundations for low-rise buildings", Structural Engineer Vol. 56A No. 6, pp 161-173.
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