What is a caisson foundation?
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A caisson foundation is a type of deep foundation constructed by sinking hollow cylinders into the ground and then filling them with concrete. The caissons are typically used to support large structures, such as bridges, and buildings, and can be used in both water-bearing soils and soft soils.