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Commercial Foundations Case Studies: Royal Estates Apartment Complex Helical Stabilization- Jacksonville, FL

Six apartment buildings within the Royal Estates Apartment Complex were experiencing differential settlement, with measured movements as much as four to seven inches. The considerable movement was evident by cracking and damage in the interior and exterior walls as well as many doors and win

Six apartment buildings within the Royal Estates Apartment Complex were experiencing differential settlement, with measured movements as much as four to seven inch

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Commercial Foundations Case Studies: Florida State University Building Stabilization – Tallahassee, FL

The Conradi Building, constructed on the Florida State University (FSU) campus in the 1950s, needed to be demolished as part of the University’s strategic plan. The building was adjacent to a major thoroughfare which required one basement wall of the three-story building to remain as a retai

The Conradi Building, constructed on the Florida State University (FSU) campus in the 1950s, needed to be demolished as part of the University’s strategic plan. Th

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Commercial Foundations Case Studies: U-Haul Facility Wall Stabilization – Tallahassee, FL

A 12 to 17-foot tall poured concrete cantilevered retaining wall provides grade separation near the property line of a U-Haul Moving and Storage facility. Over many years, the retaining wall continued to yield and rotate outward to more than 12 inches from vertical at the worst location. Thi

A 12 to 17-foot tall poured concrete cantilevered retaining wall provides grade separation near the property line of a U-Haul Moving and Storage facility. Over man

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Commercial Foundations Case Studies: Helical Anchors for Tyndall Air Force Base Array Field – Panama City, FL

A 200-foot-long by 60-foot-wide photovoltaic array field was being constructed at Tyndall Air Force Base near Panama City, Florida. The project site is adjacent to an existing structure, so the need for a deep embedment system that produces minimal vibrations was essential.

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A 200-foot-long by 60-foot-wide photovoltaic array field was being constructed at Tyndall Air Force Base near Panama City, Florida. The project site is adjacent to

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Foundation Repair Case Studies: TMH Cooling Tower Addition – Tallahassee, FL

A $400 million building expansion at the Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare facility included the installation of a new cooling tower on the roof of the existing utility building. The new cooling tower required six column pads located within the existing plant with column design compression and

A $400 million building expansion at the Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare facility included the installation of a new cooling tower on the roof of the existing util

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Foundation Repair Case Studies: Fort Coombs Armory – Apalachicola, Fl

The Fort Coombs Armory is located within the Apalachicola Historic District and was rebuilt in 1901 after being destroyed by fire shortly after construction in 1898. By 2017, the wood floor of the main level had more than 6 inches of differential settlement due to a combination of sagging fl

The Fort Coombs Armory is located within the Apalachicola Historic District and was rebuilt in 1901 after being destroyed by fire shortly after construction in 189

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Concrete Leveling Case Studies: City of Tallahassee Public Pools – Tallahassee, Fl

The Jack Mclean and Trousdell Aquatic Centers are part of the City of Tallahassee Public Pools system and have over 60,000 square feet of aquatic area. The concrete pool decks at the two aquatic centers had multiple areas with differential settlements of up to 2 inches at the slab joints whi

The Jack Mclean and Trousdell Aquatic Centers are part of the City of Tallahassee Public Pools system and have over 60,000 square feet of aquatic area. The concret

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Foundation Repair Case Studies: Collins Hall Spectograph – Tallahassee, FL

The Florida State University Physics Department planned to install a spectrograph in the basement of Collins Hall, which was constructed in 1959. The spectrograph design included a 16-foot diameter by 2-foot thick concrete mat foundation, a center support pedestal, and equipment that rotates

The Florida State University Physics Department planned to install a spectrograph in the basement of Collins Hall, which was constructed in 1959. The spectrograph

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