Soldier Pile and lagging is an earth retention technique that retains soil, using vertical steel piles with horizontal lagging. Steel Piles (steel I-Beam or W section) are installed at regular intervals along the excavation perimeter. Lagging can vary (wood, steel or precast concrete panels) and are inserted behind the piles front flanges as the excavation proceeds. The lagging resists the load of the retained soil and transfers it to the piles. The walls can receive additional lateral support from anchors or bracing.
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