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Seismic upgrade at Seymour Falls dam
25 July, 2006
Part one of our feature on the Seismic upgrade of Canada’s Seymour Falls dam introduced the project’s history and current condition and looked at the way safety problems were identified and analysed through site investigations and liquefaction assessment. In part two, we chart the compaction methods that were used and look into how the ground improvements were implemented

Seismic upgrade of Seymour Falls dam
23 May, 2006
The Seymour Falls dam is a key element in Canada’s Greater Vancouver Water District’s (GVWD) network of three watersheds. The 45-year-old composite earthfill embankment and concrete slab and buttress dam was found to not meet current seismic design standards, so upgrades to meet the requirements of the Maximum Credible Earthquake (MCE) are necessary. Part one of our two part report describes the structure and looks at how the safety problem was identified and analysed through site investigation and liquefaction assessment

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