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LUL - T0007

Earth Structures Materials and Workmanship

active, Most Current
Organization: LUL
Publication Date: 1 August 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 68
scope:

This specification applies to Earth Structures owned by TfL.

This specification defines the requirements for work undertaken on Earth Structures asset through the following life cycle stages:

a) Construction, installation, testing and commissioning.

b) Maintenance.

c) Strengthening and renewal.

This specification also applies to other infrastructures projects within TfL.

Purpose

The purpose of this specification is to provide material and workmanship specifications for all works associated with Earth Structure assets and other infrastructure projects within TfL.

Earth Structures assets comprise the following:

a) Embankments of soil with slopes more than 1m high.

b) Cutting slopes of soil and rock (chalk) more than 1m high.

Document History

T0007
August 1, 2020
Earth Structures Materials and Workmanship
This specification applies to Earth Structures owned by TfL. This specification defines the requirements for work undertaken on Earth Structures asset through the following life cycle stages: a)...
December 1, 2014
Earth Structures Materials and Workmanship
This Standard applies to Earth Structures owned by LU. This Standard defines the requirements for work undertaken on Earth Structures asset through the following life cycle stages: a) Construction,...
March 1, 2011
Earth Structures Materials and Workmanship
This Standard applies to Earth Structures owned by LU. This Standard defines the requirements for work undertaken on Earth Structures asset through the following life cycle stages: a) Construction,...

References

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