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CIVIL/STRUCTURAL DESIGN

CIVIL COMPONENTS
DRAINAGE UNDERGROUND SUPPORT OVERALL GEOTECHNICAL VEHICULAR TRANSPORT

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DRAINAGE - SURFACE AND UNDERGROUND


SURFACE DRAINAGE
SITE PREPARATION SO STORM WATER IS DIVERTED TO AN APPROPRIATE TREATMENT FACILITY YARDS AREAS, DIKES, SEALED AREAS, CULVERTS, DITCHES, TRENCHES NEED TO BE INCLUDED IN THE DESIGN NEED TO CONSIDER CONDITIONS
DURING CONSTRUCTION PERMANENT

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CUT AND FILL CALCULATIONS


NECESSARY TO OBTAIN THE PROPER ELEVATIONS FOR SURFACE DRAINAGE

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UNDERGROUND FACILITIES
BE DESIGNED AND CONSTRUCTED PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF SURFACE FACILITIES CONTAMINATED SEWAGE STORM SEWAGE SANITARY SEWAGE

GEO-TECHNICAL (SOILS) ANALYSIS FOUNDATIONS MUST BE DESIGNED FOR SOIL CONDITIONS PILES SPREAD FOOTINGS http://www.gillenco.co
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SOIL CORE SAMPLING


ON A MATRIX TO MAP THE EXPECTED SUBSURFACE SOILS CONDITIONS SAMPLING CAN INCLUDE CORES SAMPLING MAY USE SEISMIC SURVEYS TYPICAL CORE RESULTS ARE ON FOLLOWING SLIDE

TYPICAL CORE SAMPLES


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EXAMPLE OF UNDERGROUND MAP

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STRUCTURAL DESIGN
FOUNDATIONS AND FOOTINGS MUST BE BASED ON HEAVIEST ANTICIPATED LOAD DURING CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION SPREAD FOOTINGS PILES AND PILE CAPS SLABS

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STEEL AND BUILDINGS


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STEEL SUPPORTS FOR EQUIPMENT, PIPING, OTHER INTERCONNECTION AND MAINTENANCE FACILITIES BUILDINGS - NEED DESIGN FOR VARIOUS STATIC AND DYNAMIC LOADS: WIND, SNOW, EARTHQUAKES, CRANES, AND OTHER CODE ITEMS.`

PIPE RACKS
NEED TO CONSIDER THRUST AND PIPE MOVEMENT. THERMAL STRESSES ON THE SYSTEM
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