Title: The Florida Specifier
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Title: The Florida Specifier
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Language: English
Publisher: The Florida Specifier
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: The Florida Specifier, Volume 7, No. 12, December 1986
General Note: Box 7, Folder 1 ( Vail Conference 1987 - 1987 ), Item 110
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Source Institution: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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Progsalons ...........16.
industry Coer .........10
T Report .............4
ubl ra Corner........
View of the MIaret4.......4
Plakn Ita lloew ..... ... 12
Pualendro ...............
Project Mngemgeant ......4
Coneueon Comrnr...... 11
Ptu eale s ........ .27
Calendar ...............22
Assolaton News ........14
Solid Wate Management .13
Awards.................25
New Products ...........45
Cah Management ........3
Occupatonal Writng
Woahop............. .7

Features

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Constrton Mar~et.......1
Suit-Up 5of
lenance ..........44
Show Highlights .........48
Th Oe 0 e4 e Christmas.37


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Barrette Foundation Technique Employed


The baurree foundation system con-
structed by Soletenche (Paris. France)
tor the LuckyGoldstar Building in
Seoul, Korea, has not yet been used in
he United Staes, but it is becoming in-
creaingly common in Europe and
South Amenca., t represents the sate
of the practice in deep foundation de-
sign and construction.
A primary advantage of the barrete
system is the ability to construct the
deep oundation through saurated


granulr solb bedlock without expen-
se casing and potentially damaging
deatering. Also, with a barrtte sys-
tem, the diaphragm slurry wall con-
strucion equipment is already on ste.
so additional equipment mobilization
cos are avoided.
Sie iiestgations and design studies
tor the Lucky-oldstar 34-story, twin-
tower office complex on four acres
began in 1h 2. hy woa conducted by
WoodidClydeCaneulla, a nalon-
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wide engineering, environmental and
earth science consulng inrm.
WCC provided foundation de
sign consultation. Strict quality control
wa neesary to enble necessary as-
surances for foundation integrity,
because t bearing surface side wanls
and structural construction cannot be
visual obsed.
The diapham slurry wall was con-
ttrued in 163. and thebarree toun-
di tebad and pumping program
wme compiled in 1964.


6 $3.00 Single Copy

OceanJetty
Restored By Grouting
The South Stone Jetty protects the
harbor entrance of Palm Beach,
Florida. Bult of granite blocks on the
sand bottom, it is topped by a concrete
cap Tidal action created lov channels
between the stones and cracked the
concrete cap. Sand was carried from
9e b each Ihnounh the adtriraoiman


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day with the form at the bolom
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rnank 'lo4!!!

During November
The Florida Specier
added Ur tfolowing In
Inw Subcftrbe
406 Comnsulting Engineers
Architects
117 Utty Contractors
03 Contractors
196 Devesopers
93 Industry Plant Engineers
19 Matnuourers Reps
7 cy Eninmeerng PeRm
71 Mnueitmentaton Engineers
170 Mac.







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1987 CONSTRUCTION TO SLIP 2% FROM '86


Alter a longer than average period
of expansion, the construction market
is showing signs of weakness that will
become more evident in 17, Industry
leaders wee tod recently byone of the
nation's most economic analyst
George A. Christie, vice psident
and chief economist for McGraw-Hil
Information Systems Company,
pointed out that "In the absence of a
credit crunch, the cyclical decline of
th construction sector that is just
beginning will be long and gradual
rather than quick and avre. The in-
lal sMp down In 17 is leey to be a
smell one.:' e torecat a 2 percent


drop in construction contracting to
$235.1 billion.
Te setback in construction spend
ing wil be concentrated in the
nonresidential market, with office
building hardest hi "The onset of tax
falorm means geuing back basic":'
Christie noted. Tht mans building
offices inanded toishelerworkers, not
income."
The McGraw-Hill economist pre
sented he assessment at the Buding
Products Executives Conferie.

Se Construction page


Increase In Computer Use Continues


According to TWchftinMr publish-
ed by the Construction Industry Group
of McGraw-Hill Information Systems
Company, thee was another giant step
in the increase in computer use bet-
won 1985 and 1986.
The results o the latest survey of
computer use by designers and con-
tractors shows a large gain of about 15
percentage points; trom 64.7 percent
to 0 percent across the entire market.


Computer use by architects roe
around 12 percentage points, from 575
percent in 1985 to 9 percent in 1988
The mo sed software applications
siI tllow e same pattern as they
have for the lst 6 years, 1te report
said. The roue, easy-o-learn pro-
grams, which give the most immediate
productivity gains, lead the way.
See Computer page 6


A in Army Corps of Engineers piot
project, the jelly was to e repaired in
patby preure grouping. By blocking




strong hydrodynamic interference,
chemical incompatibilities with
seawater and the onslaught of two
fierce tropical storms. the work was
successfully completed to pave the
way for similar restorations elsewhere
along America's coalllines.
The Clrmac Marine Construction
Company of Cleawater, Florida. would
be responsible for stonework on the
outer jtty as primt contact Chosen
tor the pressum grouting was te WG.
Jaqus Company Df s Moines, Iowa.
a geotehnicalconran
ltirty yards' aperience.









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