Should the structure have been underpinned? - reflection after a quarter of a century

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Wynn, P (2004)

A case study of a domestic structure that suffered damage as a result of foundation movement in the 1970s is examined. Conclusions and recommendations made at the time are re-visited in the light of limitations of the original site investigation and subsequent performance of the structure.
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