The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 14 (1936) > Issues > Issue 6 > Correspondence. Pressure Piling
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Correspondence. Pressure Piling

Sir,-In Mr. Bridges’ Paper on “Reinforced Concrete for Colliery Surface Plart,” published in your April issue he states “There are many difficulties which make piling expensive and very often impracticable, such as: obstruction by overhead wires and pipe lines to free movement of the piling frame; the necessity for keeping open certain wagon roads for coal wagons; and vibration and consequent disturbance of existing structures.”