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A site-specific study in accordance with Section In accordance with Section An assessment of potential consequences of liquefaction and soil strength loss including, but not limited to, the following: Estimation of total and differential settlement. Lateral soil loads on foundations. Reduction in foundation soil-bearing capacity and lateral soil reaction.
Soil downdrag and reduction in axial and lateral soil reaction for pile foundations. Increases in soil lateral pressures on retaining walls. Flotation of buried structures. Discussion of mitigation measures such as, but not limited to, the following: Selection of appropriate foundation type and depths. Selection of appropriate structural systems to accommodate anticipated displacements and forces.
Any combination of these measures and how they shall be considered in the design of the structure. Where geotechnical investigations are required, a written report of the investigations shall be submitted to the building official by the permit applicant at the time of permit application. This geotechnical report shall include, but need not be limited to, the following information: A plot showing the location of the soil investigations.Chapter 18, Eukaryotic Control of Gene Expression
A complete record of the soil boring and penetration test logs and soil samples. A record of the soil profile.
Elevation of the water table, if encountered. Recommendations for foundation type and design criteria, including but not limited to: Expected total and differential settlement. Deep foundation information in accordance with Section Special design and construction provisions for foundations of structures founded on expansive soils, as necessary.
Compacted fill material properties and testing in accordance with Section Controlled low-strength material properties and testing in accordance with Section Excavation for any purpose shall not reduce lateral support from any foundation or adjacent foundation without first underpinning or protecting the foundation against detrimental lateral or vertical movement, or both. Where underpinning is chosen to provide the protection or support of adjacent structures, the underpinning system shall be designed and installed in accordance with provisions of this chapter and Chapter Underpinning shall be installed in a sequential manner that protects the neighboring structure and the working construction site.
The sequence of installation shall be identified in the approved construction documents.
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The excavation outside the foundation shall be backfilled with soil that is free of organic material, construction debris, cobbles and boulders or with a controlled low-strength material CLSM. The backfill shall be placed in lifts and compacted in a manner that does not damage the foundation or the waterproofing or dampproofing material.
CLSM need not be compacted. The ground immediately adjacent to the foundation shall be sloped away from the building at a slope of not less than one unit vertical in 20 units horizontal 5-percent slope for a minimum distance of 10 feet mm measured perpendicular to the face of the wall.
If physical obstructions or lot lines prohibit 10 feet mm of horizontal distance, a 5-percent slope shall be provided to an approved alternative method of diverting water away from the foundation.
Swales used for this purpose shall be sloped a minimum of 2 percent where located within 10 feet mm of the building foundation. Impervious surfaces within 10 feet mm of the building foundation shall be sloped a minimum of 2 percent away from the building.
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Where climatic or soil conditions warrant, the slope of the ground away from the building foundation shall be permitted to be reduced to not less than one unit vertical in 48 units horizontal 2-percent slope. The procedure used to establish the final ground level adjacent to the foundation shall account for additional settlement of the backfill. In flood hazard areas established in Section Unless such fill is placed, compacted and sloped to minimize shifting, slumping and erosion during the rise and fall of flood water and, as applicable, wave action.
In floodways, unless it has been demonstrated through hydrologic and hydraulic analyses performed by a registered design professional in accordance with standard engineering practice that the proposed grading or fill, or both, will not result in any increase in flood levels during the occurrence of the design flood.
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Where design flood elevations are specified but floodways have not been designated, unless it has been demonstrated that the cumulative effect of the proposed flood hazard area encroachment, when combined with all other existing and anticipated flood hazard area encroachment, will not increase the design flood elevation more than 1 foot mm at any point. Where shallow foundations will bear on compacted fill material, the compacted fill shall comply with the provisions of an approved geotechnical report, as set forth in Section Compacted fill material 12 inches mm in depth or less need not comply with an approved report, provided the in-place dry density is not less than 90 percent of the maximum dry density at optimum moisture content determined in accordance with ASTM D Where shallow foundations will bear on controlled low-strength material CLSMthe CLSM shall comply with the provisions of an approved geotechnical report, as set forth in Section Walls or portions thereof that retain earth and enclose interior spaces and floors below grade shall be waterproofed and dampproofed in accordance with this section, with the exception of those spaces containing groups other than residential and institutional where such omission is not detrimental to the building or occupancy.
It also should allow opportunities to create innovative approaches to instructional delivery and design. Thus, the system will incorporate processes for encouraging innovation, including streamlined applications for waivers to state board policy, financial support for successful initiatives and recognition of those practices that can be brought to a district or statewide scale.
The primary goal of the accreditation system is to drive school improvement.
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This 21st Century accountability and accreditation system also should include the methods of addressing capacity set forth in section five, article two-e of this chapter; 3 A statewide balanced assessment process. A balanced assessment system includes statewide summative assessments, local benchmark assessments and classroom assessments for learning; 4 A personnel allocation, licensure and funding process that aligns with the needs of 21st Century school systems and is supported by a quality coordinated professional development delivery system.
Creating schools of the 21st Century requires new staffing roles and staffing patterns.
It also requires ongoing professional development activities focused on enhancing student achievement and achieving specific goals of the school and district strategic plans. Thus, schools should have the ability to access, organize and deliver high quality embedded professional development that provides staff with in-depth sustained and supported learning. Effective school improvement should allow opportunity for staff to collectively learn, plan and implement curricular and instructional improvements on behalf of the students they serve; 5 School environments that promote safe, healthy and responsible behavior and provide an integrated system of student support services.
Furthermore, the school should incorporate programs and processes that instill healthy, safe and responsible behaviors and prepare students for interactions with individuals of diverse racial, ethnic and social backgrounds.
School and district processes should include a focus on developing ethical and responsible character, personal dispositions that promote personal wellness through planned daily physical activity and healthy eating habits consistent with high nutritional guidelines and multicultural experiences that develop an appreciation of and respect for diversity; 6 A leadership recruitment, development and support continuum.
Thus, West Virginia should have an aligned leadership professional development continuum that attracts, develops and supports educational leadership at the classroom, school and district level. This leadership development continuum should focus on creating: Administrators should have the digital resources to monitor student performance, manage a variety of data and communicate effectively.
In the classroom, every teacher in every school should be provided with the instructional resources and educational technology necessary to deliver the West Virginia content standards and objectives. Schools of the 21st Century require facilities that accommodate changing technologies, 21st Century instructional processes and 21st Century staffing needs and patterns.