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Date PostedAugust 13, 2015

Advice from Queensland Building and Construction

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Source: Qbcc.qld.gov.au

The QBCC is giving contractors some advice when it comes to problematic building sites.

Building Inspectors have been noticing problems with steel screw piers prompting the QBCC to post some advice on its website.

On their website, the QBCC said screw piers (also known as screw piles) can be used as a piling and anchoring system to support slabs in questionable soil types when foundations are being built but they need to be used correctly and in accordance to engineering requirements.

Click here to read the QBCC’s advice.

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