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The purpose of these recommendations is to reduce the overall costs to insurers by recommending a bare minimum standard of investigation whilst accepting that 'full' site investigations are rarely carried out and in the majority of cases would not be economically justifiable.
Superseded by: Technical Guidance Note: 1 Recommended minimum site investigation for typical domestic 1, 2 and 3 storey buildings (ASUCplus, 2011).
Formerly known as the Association of Specialist Underpinning Contractors (ASUC). This independent trade association promotes professional and technical competence within the subsidence industry. Also includes specialist domestic services for underpinning and subsidence repair techniques, engineered foundation solutions and retrofit basement construction
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