boring log

boring log

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Figure 3 Boring log, subsurface exploration, for a proposed landfill in Tippeconoe County.
Beyond the usual display of boring log data, the log can also display soil and groundwater analytical data and provides interactive drill-down capability for in-depth analysis.
The selected consultant, hereinafter referred to as the Consultant, shall be responsible for performing geotechnical engineering evaluations that will include subsurface explorations, geological site characterization, boring log preparation, and geotechnical recommendations for a variety of bridge, roadway and related transportation facilities.
Careful measurement and recording on the boring logs of all pavement and aggregate
Therefore, boring logs included topsoil thickness at each boring.
Each run retrieves core samples or drill cuttings, which are visually inspected and compiled into boring logs based on a system of soil and rock classifications and interpretation.
In addition to developing the Internet application, PlanGraphics will have the lead role in the design and development of an enterprise-wide ArcSDE/Oracle database containing indexing information from the boring logs and location plans that are being scanned and collected.
Scope of Work: The purpose of this Scope is to aquire accurate field boring logs, material samples and related work for SR 155 from Bill Gardner Parkway/ Hampton-Locust Grove road to I-75/SR 401 Improvement Project, CSSTP-0002-00(882) Henry County, PI 0002882.
The resulting database integrates topography, land mass, geological boring logs, soil and groundwater analytical samples, surface-water samples, aerial and ground photos, historical land-use information and biological samples.
Offsets For Drill Rig Placement Should Be Taken Into Consideration When Bidding The Work And Noted On All Boring Logs.
This data, along with contours, graphs, boring logs and cross sections generated by SitePro are all managed in a single file.
Prepare a final report stamped by a Colorado Registered Professional Engineer to include boring logs, laboratory testing results, discussion of subsurface conditions, discussion of ground water conditions, discussion of geological hazards which may impact the proposed construction, recommendations for culvert and wingwall foundations in accordance with LRFD procedures, recommendations for roadway approach pavements and recommendations for general earthwork etc.