Residential Ground Improvement: Findings from trials to manage liquefaction vulnerability

The Canterbury Earthquake Sequence of 2010-2011 triggered widespread liquefaction. In some areas this resulted in consequential land and building damage.  
 
The Ground Improvement Programme is an EQC-led research programme which informs more affordable and practical ways of making residential land less vulnerable to liquefaction. This report summarises the lessons from the Ground Improvement Programme.

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