Fig. 1-3 Site Before Construction Fig. 1-4 Site

Fig. 1-3 Site Before Construction Fig. 1-4 Site

Fig. 1-3 Site Before Construction Fig. 1-4 Site Before Construction Fig. 1-5 Site During Construction

Fig. 1-6 Site During Construction Limited Headroom

Soffit of Existing Overhead Carriageway Fig. 1-7 Micropile Construction in areas of limited headroom Fig. 1-8 Micropile Construction Close To Existing Building

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Pro Fig. 1-9 Site Plan ge

Fig. 2-1 Bore log Fig. 2-3 Trial Pit Location

Fig. 2-4 Diversion Works of Existing Services Pipes Fig. 2-5 Demolishing Existing Bus Bay Fig. 2-6 Diversion Works of Existing Drain

Fig. 3-2 Cement Grout Mixer Fig. 3-3 Cube Mould

Fig. 3-4 Main Reinforcement Fig. 3-5 Spiral Links Fig. 3-6 PVC Spacers

Fig. 3-7 Centraliser Fig. 3-32 Mobilising micropiling equipment and machinery on site

Fig. 3-33 Steel Casing With 2 Layers of Bitumen Membrane Fig. 3-34 Steel Casing With 2 Layers of Bitumen Membrane Fig. 3-35 Installing Inner Steel Casing

Fig. 3-36 Measuring Tape for Borehole Depth Measurement Fig. 3-37 Drilling Rods

Fig. 3-38 Drilling Bit Fig. 3-39 Drilling of Soil by Wash Boring Fig. 3-40 Drilling of Soil by Wash Boring

Fig. 3-41 Drilling of Soil by Wash Boring Fig. 3-42 Installing Main Reinforcement Into Borehole

Fig. 3-43 Cleaning The Main Reinforcements By Water Fig. 3-44 Removing The Plastic Cover of Threaded Rebars Fig. 3-45 Jointing Main Reinforcements

Fig. 3-46 Jointing The Main Reinforcements With Standard Coupler Fig. 3-47 Tightening The Reinforcement By Hand And Follow By Torque Wrench

Fig. 3-48 A Torque Wrench Fig. 3-49 Spiral Links Before Placing In Designed Spacing Fig. 3-50 Placing The Spiral Links In Designed Spacing

Fig. 3-51 Using Hydraulic Pump and Pump Sump To Remove Excess Water Into Water Tank Fig. 3-52 Injecting Cement Grout Into The Borehole

Fig. 3-53 Injecting Cement Grout Into The Borehole Cement Grout Annular Space Filled With

Bentonite Slurry Inner Casing Outer Casing

Fig. 3-54 Micropile With Double Casing Debonding Inner Casing

Outer Casing Fig. 3-55 Micropile With Double Casing Debonding Fig. 3-56 Cutting Excessive Casing To Cut Off Level

Fig. 3-57 Cutting Excessive Casing To Cut Off Level Starter bars Formwork

Fig. 3-59 Pile Cap Construction Fig. 3-60 Pile Cap Construction

Fig. 4-2 Probe, Pulley And Control Cable Fig. 4-3 Casing For Inclinometer Fig. 4-4 Piezometer

Fig. 4-5 Operating Principle Fig. 4-6 Settlement Point S-16

Fig. 4-7 Settlement Point S-17 Fig. 4-8 Tilt Plate Mounted On the Column of Existing Overhead Carriageway Fig. 4-9 Tilt Plate Mounted On the Column of Existing Overhead Carriageway

Fig. 5-2 Pile Loading Test Preparation - Placing Concrete Block Fig. 5-3 Pile Loading Test Preparation - Placing Concrete Block

Fig. 5-4 Pile Loading Test Preparation - Hydraulic Jack, Scale Rule & Dial Gauge Hydraulic Jack Scale Rule

Dial Gauge Fig. 5-5 Pile Loading Test Preparation - Hydraulic Jack, Scale Rule & Dial Gauge Fig. 5-6 Complete Pile Loading Test Arrangement

Fig. 5-7 Dumpy Level Set for Measuring The Settlement Fig. 5-8 Jacking System & Measurement System

Fig. 5-9 Pile Head Capped With Steel Plate Fig. 5-10 Hydraulic Jack With Pressure Gauge

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