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1994/007: Soil stabilisation associated with a retaining wall

Abbreviation
1994/007
Valid from
22/12/1994

Information provider
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Information type
Determination
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The matter for determination is whether proposed soil stabilisation measures were adequate to ensure that the loads likely to be experienced by a proposed retaining wall did not exceed those that the wall was capable of withstanding. In effect whether, as required by clause B1.3.1, B1.3.6, and B1.3.7 of the New Zealand Building Code, the proposed soil stabilisation measures are sufficient to ensure that the retaining wall concerned will have a low probability of becoming unstable or collapsing.

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1994/007: Soil stabilisation associated with a retaining wall

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The matter for determination is whether proposed soil stabilisation measures were adequate to ensure that the loads likely to be experienced by a proposed retaining wall did not exceed those that the wall was capable of withstanding. In effect whether, as required by clause B1.3.1, B1.3.6, and B1.3.7 of the New Zealand Building Code, the proposed soil stabilisation measures are sufficient to ensure that the retaining wall concerned will have a low probability of becoming unstable or collapsing.

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1994/007: Soil stabilisation associated with a retaining wall
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The matter for determination is whether proposed soil stabilisation measures were adequate to ensure that the loads likely to be experienced by a proposed retaining wall did not exceed those that the wall was capable of withstanding. In effect whether, as required by clause B1.3.1, B1.3.6, and B1.3.7 of the New Zealand Building Code, the proposed soil stabilisation measures are sufficient to ensure that the retaining wall concerned will have a low probability of becoming unstable or collapsing.

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