Effective Dewatering Is More Than A Pump In The Hole - A Presentation At The Deep Foundations Institute Annual Meeting St. Louis, Missouri, November 1980
Organization: Deep Foundations Institute
Jan 1, 1984
Ground water at construction sites can be controlled by properly placed wellpoint dewatering systems. Care must be taken in planning cofferdams to have adequate space for and access to pumps, headers and the points. A most important part of dewatering is protection of adjacent structures from movement. A checklist gives items to consider in bidding.