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To give you an idea of the contents of the instruction package that is being offered, here is the Table of Contents from the 'TRENCH, TORQUE AND TIE' RETAINING WALL RESTORATION PROCESS:

Table Of Contents

GLOSSARY   

LIST OF MATERIALS, SUPPLIES, HAND TOOLS & RENTAL EQUIPMENT 

HAND TOOLS 

HARDWARE STORE MATERIALS     

REINFORCING STEEL

LUMBER     

RENTAL EQUIPMENT 

STEEL FABRICATION AT SHOP WELDER   

MASONRY SUPPLIES 

INTRODUCING THE ACTION PACKET BASICS OF THE 'TRENCH, TORQUE AND TIE' PROCESS FOR SALVAGING TILTING, CRACKED & FAILING CONRETE RETAINING WALLS   

PHASE 1:  WORKER SAFETY-STRUT - TEMPORARY BRACING    

1.  WHAT'S THE WORRY?  

2.  SAFETY BRACING INSTALLATION (Short Term)   

3.  SAFETY BRACING INSTALLATION (Long Term)    

PHASE II: PLANNING - TENSION ROD TRENCHING AND GROUND ANCHOR LAYOUT    

1.  UTILITIES LOCATION  

2.  TENSION ROD TRENCH LOCATING    

3.  GROUND ANCHOR LOCATING   

4.  LOCATING DRILL HOLES IN CONCRETE WALL

5.  WALL-PRESSURE RELIEF TRENCH STAKING  

6.  PROTECTING YOUR LAWN (OPTIONAL)

7.  YOUR OWN PLAN AND SUPPLIES  (SITE SPECIFIC)

PHASE III:  DRILLING CONCRETE HOLES, TRENCHING, CONSTRUCTING ANCHORS, FORMING, SPLICING AND WALL CONNECTIONS 

1.  WALL SAFETY BRACING

2.  DRILLING HOLES IN CONCRETE WALL WITH ROTO-HAMMER 

3.  RENTAL TRENCHER MACHINES  (GENERAL INFORMATION)  

4.  STEEL YARD RE-BARS, PLATES AND TUBING

5.  WELDING AND STEEL COMPONENT FABRICATION    

6.  TRENCHING FOR 'WALL-PRESSURE' RELIEF AT BACK OF WALL   

7.  TRENCHING FOR THE TENSION ROD: 

8.  TRENCHING FOR THE GROUND ANCHOR INSTALLATION:     

9.  FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION OF THE GROUND ANCHOR FORMS

9A.  Building The Front And Rear Units

9B.  Assembly

9C.  Installation

10.  EYE-BOLT CONNECTION AT THE WALL     

11.  CONSTRUCTING THE FIELD SPLICES

11A.  Poured Concrete Field Splice

11B.  Welded Re-Bar Splice   

12.  MIXING AND POURING CONCRETE   

13.  ATTACHING TENSION ROD HOOKS   

14. BACKFILLING THE TENSION ROD TRENCHES NOT YET!  

PHASE IV:  TORQUE PROCESS TO UP-RIGHT THE TILTING WALL (WITHOUT CRACKING IT) 

1.  THE LOGISTICS OF WALL UP-RIGHTING    

2.  TORQUING WITHOUT CRACKING

3.  MEASURING THE WALL MOVEMENT    

4. COMPLETING THE JOB  

 

 

Figure 1 - Safety Bracing (Short Term)   

Figure 2 - Safety Bracing (Long Term)    

Figure 3 - Tension Rod Assembly    

Figure 4 - Re-Bar Grid 

Figure 5 - Wall Pressure Relief Trenching

Figure 6 - Ground Anchor Form

Figure 7 - Plywood Shim Detail     

Figure 8 - Tube and Bearing Plate  

Figure 9 - Filed Splice Detail     

Figure 10 - Measuring Wall Movement

Figure 11 - Engineering Drawing No. 1    

Figure 12 - Engineering Drawing No. 2    

Figure 13 - Engineering Drawing No. 3    

Figure 14 - Engineering Drawing No. 4    

 

 

 

 

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