En pleine masse

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English - England
Refers to trenches for foundations of a building in a "notice descriptive".

The complete sentence is :

" En pleine masse, en trous et rigoles pour semelles isolées et filantes."

It's the first sentence in a section entitled "Fouilles".

  • Glasguensis

    Signal Modulation
    English - Scotland
    I believe it's referring to slab-on-grade foundations, ie one big hole filled with concrete as opposed to a pattern of trenches.
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