Polymer resin used to stop building settlement

08/1/2008 | New Civil Engineer

City officials in Exeter, England, have turned to polymer resin injection to prevent further settlement of Victorian buildings at the city's Royal Albert Memorial Museum. Two main buildings were slowlyg leaning into a ditch, and the deep injection resin was a more sensitive solution than traditional underpinning, which would have required large-scale excavation.

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