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Structure in General
The foundations of the Havemeyer Building are on spread brick piers on wooden piles, the bottom of the brick and the top of the piles being at approximately the level of the floor of the subway. To protect these foundations, additional hollow steel piles were sunk under the front edges of the building piers and then a double row of steel sheet piling 10 or 12 ft. long and with a space of about 3 ft. between the rows was driven as additional protection.
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