The following documents are all available to download and print free from the DOCUMENT DOWNLOAD AREA
Directory of Members – giving full details on each company and services offered
Guidelines on Safe and Efficient Underpinning and Mini Piling Operations
REVISED July 2011 TGN O1: ASUCplus recommended minimum site investigation for typical domestic 1, 2 and 3 storey buildings
TGN 02: ASUCplus recommended minimum standards for underpinning typical domestic 1, 2 and 3 storey buildings Stage 1: Overview of the process
Bulletin: The design and use of certain types of metal mini piles
Epoxy Resin Grouting as Underpinning - the ASUCplus opinion on this technique
Route To Successful Underpinning
To obtain any of the above documents go to the DOCUMENT DOWNLOAD AREA and follow the instructions
The following documents are all available from this page by following the links:
ASUCplus Health and Safety Statement
Information on Insurers for previously underpinned properties
The following sites have documents which can be downloaded and may be of interest:
NHBC - Risks in domestic basement construction.
NHBC's independent research institution - the NHBC Foundation - was established in January 2006 in partnership with the BRE Trust. Focusing on the new homes industry it facilitates research and development, technology and knowledge sharing, and the capture of industry best practice. For more information on NHBC Foundation including basement project NF4 see: http://www.nhbcfoundation.org. The project report can be downloaded from this site. The direct URL for the download is here.
BRE - Basement construction and waterproofing
Part 1: Principles of constructing a basement
Part 2: Construction, safety insulation and services. These were also produced under the NHBC Foundation project. This publication is not downloadable but can be purchased from: www.ihsbrepress.com.
The following documents may be of interest (NOT available from ASUC - contact publisher or bookseller)
UNDERPINNING: A PRACTICAL GUIDE
Bullivant and Bradbury
This book provides a one-stop reference covering most aspects of underpinning for domestic and light industrial buildings. It looks at the causes of foundation failure, the remedial methods available and the steps involved in underpinning. 0 632 04004 1 1996
SUBSIDENCE IN LOW RISE BUILDING
(2nd edition) 2000
Compiled by a multi-disciplinary team of experts, this title provides a practical approach to the subject of subsidence and affected buildings, reflecting current practice. The new edition includes a chapter on trees and their management as these are responsible for over 65% of all instances of subsidence damage to domestic properties on clay subsoil.
Available from Institution of Structural Engineers www.istructe.org.uk
www.brepress.com publishes a range of relevant titles for the construction industry.
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