bhallg2k wrote:They've never received government funding.
Hail22 wrote:bhallg2k wrote:They've never received government funding.
Didn't they just recently request METF funding?
Also, Texas is a "Right to Work" state. If this project isn't completed it won't be due to unions shutting it down.
They are suitable in stiff clays...The main advantage of the down-stand beam raft foundation is that it provides a level surface slab which can form the ground floor of the building. Another advantage is the saving in excavation costs.
Plain flat slab rafts are suitable for lightly loaded structures such as small houses. They are also be used for heavier structures if the ground condition is good and no differential settlement is expected.
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