The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 71 (1993) > Issues > Issue 11 > Hand-dug Caissons in Hong Kong
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Hand-dug Caissons in Hong Kong

To engineers practising in the UK or elsewhere in the world, the term ‘caisson’ is normally taken to denote mechanically bored pier foundations in land formation or a large floating prefabricated box to be sunk into a river or seabed. Y.W. Mak

Author(s): Mak, YW

Keywords: caissons;hong kong;applications;design;construction work;safety;costs