UNIVERSITY OF PIKEVILLE
PILE | LAGGING | TIEBACK RETAINING WALL
To facilitate construction of the New Health Service Building, a stay-in place retaining wall approximately 30 feet tall and 300 feet long was constructed of steel piles socketed into bedrock with soil anchor tiebacks and timber lagging. The wall was designed for crane surcharge loading and we detailed to be encased in concrete and permanently used as a site retaining wall and seating bench.
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