Posted: 8 July 2013
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Supporting the T-pylon
Supporting the T-pylon

Although not as conspicuous as the T-pylon superstructure, its foundation is nevertheless an important feature.

The T-pylon foundation is one of the most critical structural components of the pylon.

Frederick Levy

We’ve posted a new article on the T-pylon blog. This one looks at how we are approaching the foundation for the T-pylon structure.

The T-pylon foundation is one of the most critical structural components of the pylon. The design of the T-pylon means an end to the traditional pad/pyramid and chimney foundations used for lattice pylons. Any overhead line foundation solution developed must be robust enough to weather the 80- year design life of the T-pylon, yet be capable of quick installation with varying degrees of access, and minimise land-take post-construction.

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