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- From: Chris Lillback <thedrdirt1(--nospam--at)earthlink.net>
- Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2000 15:02:01 -0700
Obviously no landslides, expansive soils, collapsible soils, shrinkage, liquefaction, etc., etc., who needs a soils engineer anyway?...it would make too much sense to plan ahead and see if a problem exists prior to it happening...let alone save some liability ...
merrick group wrote:
Section 1805 describes when to use a soils engineer.
Footings with more than a continuous load of 2 k/ft or 50k at isolated
I have deisgned with and without soils reports.
Without, is mostly with the UMB provisions.
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