The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 75 (1997) > Issues > Issue 21 > Correspondence on BS 8002: Use, Abuse, and Relationship to Other Codes
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Correspondence on BS 8002: Use, Abuse, and Relationship to Other Codes

Mr J. K. Botterill (M) Further to the extensive correspondence in Verulam during 1995, I am still waiting for a revision, or at least guidance notes, giving a clearer and more complete set of safety factors for BS 8002 Earth-retaining structures, to enable engineers and technicians without specialist soil knowledge to design everyday retaining walls consistently.