2 edition of River Blackstaff diversion. Covered water-way. Contract No. 1. Specification found in the catalog.
River Blackstaff diversion. Covered water-way. Contract No. 1. Specification
J. J. Montgomery
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27–I–1 1. Applicability Construction Specification 27 is applicable to diversion and waterway construction where the extent of earth excavation and embankment installations is considered minor. Material specifications No material specifications complement Construc-tion Specification 3.
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Inland Waterways Inland waterways are a significant component of the nation’s marine transportation system.1 These waterways carry approximately one-sixth of the national volume of intercity cargo on.
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