BS EN 12699:2001 Execution of special geotechnical work - displacement piles (Withdrawn)

Publication Year
2001

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Abstract

Establishes general principles for the execution of displacement piles, that means piles which are installed in the ground without excavation or removal of material from the ground except for limiting heave, vibration, removal of obstructions or to assist penetration. Covers prefabricated, cast in place, or a combination of these methods to form displacement piles of regular shape. Applies to single piles, pile groups, and walls formed by concrete sheet piles.


Document History

Superseded by BS EN 12699:2015.


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