Finished grade refers to the final level of elevation or surface contour achieved after the completion of construction or landscaping work. It is typically the level at which the ground or any other surface is modified or prepared to meet the project requirements, allowing for the proper implementation of structures, pavements, utilities, or landscaping features. Achieving the finished grade involves various processes such as excavation, backfilling, and compacting, to ensure a level and stable surface.
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1. Website: Civil Engineering Terms – Finished Grade
This website provides an in-depth definition of finished grade in the context of civil engineering. The article highlights the significance of finished grade, its applications, and the procedure involved in setting the final elevation.
This webpage focuses on grading and drainage in landscape architecture and covers the concept of finished grade. It provides valuable insights into how grading influences landscape design and offers guidance on achieving the desired finished grade level.
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