The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 71 (1993) > Issues > Issue 1 > Extension of a Supermarket on a Landfill Site
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Extension of a Supermarket on a Landfill Site

This paper outlines the original development of a supermarket for J. Sainsbury plc on a methane-producing landfill site. The original store was among the first commercial developments in the UK on this type of site and was, therefore, of necessity innovative. P.D. George

Author(s): George, P D

Keywords: landfill;extensions;contaminated land;;site investigation;design;construction work;sainsbury's, chichester, sussex;venting;methane;supermarkets