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DS/EN 996/A2 - PILING EQUIPMENT - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2003-11-28
Description: This amendment to this standard specifies safety requirements for piling equipment suitable for the following purposes: a) construction of foundations, slurry walls or retaining walls, using piles or other longitudinal elements b) removal of piles, c) installation of drain or injection elements.
DS/EN 996 - PILING EQUIPMENT - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 1997-02-18
Description: This European Standard specifies safety requirements for piling equipment suitable for the following purposes: a) construction of foundations, slurry walls or retaining walls, using piles or other longitudinal elements b) removal of piles, c) installation of drain or injection elements.
DSF/EN 996/PRA3 - PILING EQUIPMENT - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Description: This European Standard specifies safety requirements for piling equipment suitable for the following purposes: a) construction of foundations, slurry walls or retaining walls, using piles or other longitudinal elements b) removal of piles, c) installation of drain or injection elements.
DS/EN 996/A1+AC - PILING EQUIPMENT - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2000-03-21
Description: This European Standard specifies safety requirements for piling equipment suitable for the following purposes: a) construction of foundations, slurry walls or retaining walls, using piles or other longitudinal elements; b) removal of piles; c) installation of drain or injection elements.
AASHTO - DIVISION I 3.8 - IMPACT Organization: AASHTO
Date: 1996-01-01
Description: Group B-Impact shall not be included. (1) Abutments, retaining walls, piles except as specified in 3.8.1.1 (3). (2) Foundation pressures and footings.
DS/EN 996 + A3 - PILING EQUIPMENT - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2009-04-03
Description: 1.1 This standard specifies safety requirements for piling equipment suitable for the following purposes: a) Construction of foundations, slurry walls or retaining walls, using piles or other longitudinal elements; b) Removal of piles; c) Installation of drain or injection elements.
NBN - EN 996+A3 - MATÉRIEL DE BATTAGE - PRESCRIPTIONS DE SÉCURITÉ Organization: NBN
Date: 2009-05-20
Description: 1.1 This standard specifies safety requirements for piling equipment suitable for the following purposes:a) Construction of foundations, slurry walls or retaining walls, using piles or other longitudinal elements;b) Removal of piles;c) Installation of drain or injection elements.
NBN - EN 996+A3 - PILING EQUIPMENT - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Organization: NBN
Date: 2009-05-20
Description: 1.1 This standard specifies safety requirements for piling equipment suitable for the following purposes:a) Construction of foundations, slurry walls or retaining walls, using piles or other longitudinal elements;b) Removal of piles;c) Installation of drain or injection elements.
NBN - EN 996+A3 - PILING EQUIPMENT - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Organization: NBN
Date: 2009-05-20
Description: 1.1 This standard specifies safety requirements for piling equipment suitable for the following purposes:a) Construction of foundations, slurry walls or retaining walls, using piles or other longitudinal elements;b) Removal of piles;c) Installation of drain or injection elements.
SNZ - NZS 4431 - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR EARTH FILL FOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT - INCORPORATING AMENDMENT 1: 07/1992 Organization: SNZ
Date: 1989-01-01
Description: The following aspects are not covered by this Standard: (a) Cuts; (b) Methods of evaluation of the suitability of existing natural ground for founding houses and services; (c) Methods of evaluation of the suitability of filled ground for founding houses and services where the methods and standards of filling have not been controlled in terms of this Standard; (d) Requirements for retaining wall construction and backfiIIing; (e) Contractual aspects of earth fills.
LUL - S1062 - TEMPORARY WORKS - ISSUE A4 Organization: LUL
Date: 2015-04-01
Description: TW can often be substantial and large scale and include, but not limited to such activities, as site set-up, mobilisation and accommodation, excavation and earthworks, cofferdams, sheet piling, retaining walls, scaffolding, decking, formwork and falsework, tunnelling, shafts and the control of ground water.
SNZ - NZS 4229 - CONCRETE MASONRY BUILDINGS NOT REQUIRING SPECIFIC ENGINEERING DESIGN Organization: SNZ
Date: 2013-03-27
Description: This Standard applies only to buildings within its stated limitations, including but not limited to: (a) Buildings shall be founded on good ground; (b) Buildings shall be Importance Level 1 or 2 (see Table 1.1); (c) The total height from the lowest ground level to the highest point of the roof shall not exceed 10 m and no storey height shall exceed 3 m; (d) The ratio of the total building height to minimum building width shall not exceed 2.5; (e) The plan footprint floor area and configuration of construction shall comply with the limitations contained in Figure 1.1 and shall not exceed: (i) 600 m2 for single-storey masonry buildings (ii) 250 m2 for two-storey residential masonry buildings (iii) 350 m2 for two-storey residential buildings where the upper storey is constructed of timber and the external wall of the lower storey is of masonry supported on a concrete slab-on-ground, concrete or masonry footings or masonry foundation walls (iv) 250 m2 for two and two-storey with attic buildings constructed with upper storey or storeys of timber supported on a lower storey of masonry with the top storey contained within a roof space; (f) The live load on concrete slab-on-ground shall not exceed a uniformly distributed load of 3.0 kPa nor a concentrated load of 9.0 kN; (g) Concrete slab-on-ground floors in accordance with 7.8 may be used for vehicle garages for vehicles up to 2500 kg tare; (h) The slope of any roof plane shall not be steeper than 45° to the horizontal.
LUL - G0051 - CIVIL ENGINEERING – BRIDGE STRUCTURES - ISSUE A5 Organization: LUL
Date: 2011-10-01
Description: This category of structure covers: I) Covered ways; II) Subsurface tunnels (i.e. cut and cover tunnel); III) Subways; IV) Culverts. e) Earth retaining walls, including gabions; f) Ancillary structures and components.
LUL - S1051 - CIVIL ENGINEERING - BRIDGE STRUCTURES - ISSUE A13; INCLUDES WRITTEN NOTICE: 2/4/2015 Organization: LUL
Date: 2014-03-01
Description: c) Footbridges; d) Underground structures - This category of structure covers: I) Covered Ways; II) Subsurface tunnels (i.e. cut and cover brick arch tunnel); II) Subways; IV) Culverts. e) Earth retaining walls, including gabions; f) Ancillary structures and components - This category of structure covers: I) Cable bridges; II) Pipe bridges; III) Pipe crossings over / under track; IV) Signal gantries, these are metal framed structures carrying a signal or signals.
NR/L3/CIV/020 ISSUE 1 - DESIGN OF BRIDGES - COMPLIANCE DATE: 04 JUNE 2011; CONTAINS NR/BS/LI/331 Organization: NR
Date: 2011-03-05
Description: This standard is not applicable to the Design of; • Equipment support structures - such as gantries for signals or overhead line electrification (OLE), • Earthworks (but see 17 for the design of earth retaining walls), • cable bridges, • pipe bridges (but see 10.20), • pipes, • buildings and other structures that are supported by a Bridge.

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