volume 9, issue 3, P237-248 1972
DOI: 10.1139/t72-028
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Abstract: This is a case history describing a deep braced excavation in which a fully compensated raft foundation was constructed. The foundation soil is the Victoria marine clay, which is a soft normally consolidated deposit 70–100 ft (21–30 m) thick at this site. Observations were made on the deflections of the bracing and the heave of the excavation and were considered a necessary part of the design. Observations have also been kept on the settlement of the building foundation for over [Formula: see text] years. The…

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