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How to avoid a new ”leaning tower of Pisa”?

How to avoid a new ”leaning tower of Pisa”?

Press releases   •   Sep 02, 2015 15:56 GMT

How do you predict future ground subsidence, in order to avoid that buildings, roads or other infrastructures end up like the leaning tower of Pisa? And what is the latest knowledge on creep and deformations in geomaterials?