Underpinning and Shoring of the Historic Howard Theatre in Washington, DC
The Howard Theatre was constructed in 1910 at 620 T Street, NW in Washington, DC. In 2010, a group of sponsoring organizations and developers put together a $17.1 million plan to revitalize...

Regional Disaster Resilience
A Guide for Developing an Action Plan
Regional Disaster Resilience: A Guide for Developing an Action Plan provides a much-needed strategy to develop the level of preparedness necessary...

Using Locally Available Materials and Methods

High Capacity Micropiles: Basic Principles and Case Histories

Jet Grouting in Cohesive Soils

Jet-Grouted Cantilever Wall for Slope Stability

Jet Grouting for the 63rd Street Tunnel

An Underpinning Solution to a Persistent Foundation Settlement Problem

Limited Mobility Displacement Grouting: When Compaction Grout is Not Compaction Grout

Analysis of Central Artery Tunnel Slurry Walls

Instrumentation and Measurements of a Type-A Insert Wall

Jet Grouting to Support Historic Buildings

Buckling of Helical Anchors Used for Underpinning

Microworlds for Learning Through Inquiry
We discuss several computer-based environments to support learning through inquiry, called microworlds, including two focused on steam power plant operation and electronic troubleshooting....

Design of Underpinning Piles to Reduce Settlements
Piles are frequently used to underpin structures which have suffered, or are expected to suffer, damage due to excessive settlement or differential settlement. However, existing methods...

Stabilization and Expansion of Historic Navy Pier

Negative Skin Friction Due to Wetting of Unsaturated Soil
A steel building at a cement plant un Utah was originally supported by spread footings. Shallow wetting of the coarse granular soils supporting the footings resulted in over three inches...

Building Protection from Tunneling in Downtown Los Angeles

Grouting Techniques for Excavation Support

Recent Progress in American Pinpile Technology

 

 

 

 

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