ASUCplus

Formerly known as the Association of Specialist Underpinning Contractors (ASUC). This independent trade association promotes professional and technical competence within the subsidence industry. Also includes specialist domestic services for underpinning and subsidence repair techniques, engineered foundation solutions and retrofit basement construction

Kingsley House
Ganders Business Park
Kingsley
Bordon
GU35 9LU
UK
Website: www.asuc.org.uk/
Email: admin@asuc.org.uk
Tel: 01420 471613

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Guide to CDM 2015 changes for domestic: underpinning, structural repair and basement contracts. Construction (design and management) regulations 2015 2015 Green
Guidelines on contracts and procurement 2017 Green
Guidelines on safe and efficient basement construction directly below or near to existing structures. 2nd edition 2016 Green
Guidelines on safe and efficient structural repairs to domestic buildings 2015 Green
Guidelines on safe and efficient underpinning and mini piling operations. 3rd edition 2015 Green
Guidelines on safe and efficient underpinning and mini piling operations 2003 Red
Guidelines on safe and efficient underpinning and mini piling operations 2009 Amber
Route to successful underpinning 2000 Green
TGN 01 ASUC recommended minimum site investigation for typical domestic 1, 2 and 3 storey buildings 2011 Green
TGN 02 Recommended minimum standards for underpinning typical domestic 1, 2 and 3 storey buildings: Stage 1: Overview of the process 2005 Green
TGU 01 ASUC recommended minimum site investigation for typical domestic 1, 2 and 3 storey buildings 2000 Amber
TGU 02 ASUC recommended minimum standards for underpinning typical domestic 1, 2 and 3 storey buildings: overview of the process 2000 Amber

 

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