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New retaining walls are nearing completion at the 1,000 year old Totnes Castle in south Devon, replacing Victorian walls which collapsed in January 1999. Under a partnering contract between the Babtie Group and E Thomas Construction the remedial works strategy developed by Babtie GeoEngineering enabled the walls to be constructed without any penetration under the castle's original walls or keep. The project features extensive rock anchoring, soil nailing and stainless steel framed walls ...

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