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The 5 most common errors in deep excavation design.

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What are the five most common errors in deep excavation design?

A free 30 min webinar by international expert Dimitrios Konstantakos, P.E.

When: May 2017

Design errors in deep excavations can have major consequences in life and money. The performance of braced excavation systems depends on many factors but if the design is fundamentaly flawed then only luck can help you.

The most common design errors in deep excavations do not originate from math errors but from lack of understanding of the basic principles that govern deep excavation design and performance. It would be impossible to cover all areas where design errors can occur, so this free 30 min webinar will be focusing on the five most common issues.

That been said, existing clients with current technical subscription will be getting a free pdf with the 10 most issues.

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What are the five most common design errors in deep excavations