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What does BF stand for?

BF stands for Backfill (class of concrete surface finish, USACE)


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The prinicpales amounts are as follows: - Xx m3 earthworks - Xx m3 backfill - Retaining and Terrastone Terramur xx m2 - Cased Secant piles (DN 100cm) xx m - Xx m3 concrete - Frames to xx.
MPL Node Job Job [less than Selection Selection Order or equal to] Basic Normal JFirst FCFS 1 Normal Normal JFirst FCFS 4 Unifrm Light Uniform JFirst FCFS 4 Unifrm Hard Uniform JFirst FCFS 4 2DBackfill Normal Backfill FCFS 1 3DBackfilling- Uniform Backfill FCFS 4 Light 3DBackfilling- Uniform Backfill FCFS 4 Hard
A new simplified dynamic analysis method is proposed to predict the seismic sliding displacement of quay walls by considering the variation of wall thrust, which is influenced by the excess pore pressure developed in the backfill during earthquakes.
Byline: James Nash Staff Writer Clearing the way for Los Angeles' 19th police station to open in North Hills with about 300 officers, the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday dipped into the city's treasury for an additional $364,000 to promote officers and backfill their positions.
Expenditures in a typical demolition and construction project under the conventional approach include transportation to the landfill, disposal charges, buying backfill materials, and paying for the transportation of these backfill materials to the site.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- The LOCAL Coalition today released the following statement in response to Governor Schwarzenegger's announcement that the State will resume VLF backfill payments to cities and counties: "The LOCAL Coalition commends Governor Schwarzenegger and Controller Westly for their action today to restore critical VLF funding for cities and counties.