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Cognitive Biases that Commonly Affect Perceptions in Foundation Inspections
Human beings…. all of us…can be victims to cognitive biases that can interfere with our understanding of a complex.
I often hear people make statements about foundation movement that are not rooted in the reality of soil mechanics. Statements such as:
Over the years, I have heard many objections to conducting a floor elevation survey with a manometer. Today, I would like this discuss a few of those and share critical information about these.
In my last blog, we discussed basic patterns that can help identify foundation heave or settlement. I noted that since the elevations are only relative to each other, more data is needed in.
Have you ever had a tenant call about ‘trip hazards’ in their floor slab? Or has a tenant called you about ‘stuck’ doors that won’t open, or windows that are out of level? In most.