Issue Date: July/August 2002

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  GESOTRATA, 2002, July, 15-19   Micropiles – high-capacity, small-diameter (5 to 12 inches), bored, grouted-in-place piles with steel reinforcement – are steadily making their way as an indispensable option into the standard geotechnical toolbox.  First developed in the early 1950s, their use has increased from none in 1985 to an $85 million industry in […]

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