The thesis covers the slope stability analysis, foundation and support measures of a lightweight wooden residential house on an avalanche-prone slope. The work discusses in detail the problematic of the stability of a slope in the SLIDE program. Stability of the slope is analyzed at an estimated average and critical water level. Two different geotechnical measures are carried out for the aforementioned water levels. The first set of measures consists of an analysis of the concrete grid, which is anchored in bedrock, while an example of the second measurements is an anchored pile wall with a few pilots in an additional row, which are also embedded in the bedrock. Due to the nature of the inclined slope a lot of the information had to be simplified in order to use the analytical methods described in the thesis.
The end includes a financial overhaul of both implementations of the two geotechnical measures at different water levels.