Stabilizing Variable and Sloping Ground: Achieving Innovation Through Adaptationby Mark K. Seel, P.E., (M.ASCE), Vice President; Parsippany, NJ, email@example.com,
Luis Berroteran, P.G., (M.ASCE), Senior Project Manager; Parsippany, NJ, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Serial Information: Geo-Strata —Geo Institute of ASCE, 2016, Vol. 20, Issue 2, Pg. 60-65
Document Type: Feature article
Abstract: We all know the high price of land development these days, so it's more important than ever for owners and their designers to maximize available land area. Occasionally, this demand is constrained by topography and difficult or uncertain subsurface conditions. One such project involved a retail development in southern Connecticut that borders a residential community set along a ridgeline, where a stabilized steep cut was made in close proximity to a proposed store.
Subject Headings: Land use | Slope stability | Soil stabilization | Innovation | Pricing | Owners | Topography | Subsurface environment | Connecticut | United States | North America
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