Control of groundwater for temporary works. Series: CIRIA report, and design methods for the control of groundwater during construction works. Control of Groundwater for Temporary Works (CIRIA Report). CIRIA Publication R – available online as full-text PDF via Construction Information Service. : Control of Groundwater for Temporary Works (CIRIA Report) ( ) by S. H. Somerville; Construction Industry Research and.

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