Open excavation and shaft and tunnel excavation are general excavations for subsurface structures.
If excavation to considerable depths is necessary then an encounter with different soils, rock and groundwater is to be expected. Most of the problems that arise during excavation are due to groundwater, weather, and slobe stability. Download this white paper to read about different groundwater issues and foundation preparation.
Registered mechanical engineer, fire protection engineer, civil engineer, and architect with 35 years of experience designing a wide variety of building and infrastructure projects; for an additional nine years, he was a principal staff advisor to the California legislature on infrastructure and capital outlay issues
Currently editor-in-chief of The Clubhouse Press, the largest publisher in the U.S. of continuing education products for professional engineers, architects, and construction managers
Has held numerous national, state, and local offices with the American Society of Civil Engineers, Architectural Engineering Institute, and National Society of Professional Engineers
Regularly presents live continuing education webinars for professional engineers, architects, and construction managers
Authored and edited numerous articles and papers in the field of infrastructure engineering
Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Architectural Engineering Institute, and Chartered Association of Building Engineers (U.K.)
Graduate, Stanford University
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