The authors would like to thank P J Hegarty & Sons and Walsh Goodfellow Consulting Structural and Civil Engineers for their kind permission to publish the information on the Lapps Quay site. Mr. Niall Fitzsimons of Niall Fitzsimons and Co. kindly provided ground information data for several of the sites.
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