Geotechnical Perspective—Proposed Drilled Shaft Standardby Clyde N. Baker, Jr., STS Consultants Ltd, Northbrook, IL, USA,
Abstract: In the writer's understanding, a standard is an agreed upon manual of practice and as such, sets the level of performance and attainment considered adequate. A standard is not a code nor is it a specification. The prime objective should be that, if followed, an adequately engineered and constructed end-product will result.
Subject Headings: Standards and codes | Shafts | Foundation construction | Reinforced concrete | Drilled shafts | Concrete construction | Writing skills
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