Publication Abstract




Proceedings - 13th International Workshop on Micropiles - 2017, Vancouver, BC, Canada, (ISM, DFI, ADSC)

MICROPILES USED FOR DEEP FOUNDATION SUPPORT AT THE RITA LIDDY HOLLINGS SCIENCE CENTER AT THE COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON, CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
William L. Snow, Sr., William B. Wright, PE, & Will Snow, Jr., PE

Charleston, South Carolina is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the Southeastern part of the United States. Occupying the largest footprint in downtown Charleston, the College of Charleston is experiencing a similar growth, but in a confined area. In an effort to supply a growing student body with state of the art facilities, the College is continually renovating existing structures and occasionally, building new ones. The Rita Hollings Science Center Building combines both renovation and new construction. In order to review the final foundation design and construction, some basic facts and history unique to this area must be understood


 article #2630; publication #1033 (ISM- 2017)