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Gail:

 

That seems to be an “old school” thing…

 

When we get (particularly) pre-WWII drawings in the office, they often contain:

 

 

-                      Boring logs

-                      Pile blow counts

-                      Caisson reports

-                      sometimes even what we would consider “shop drawing” type info on

-                      connection details and rebar info…

-                       

 

Just like everything else, my guess is its related to liability and litigation…

 

 

 

David L. Fisher SE PE

Fisher + partners

372 West Ontario

Chicago 60610

 

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Subject: Boring Logs

 

Is it typical to include boring logs on foundation plans?

 

If it is not typical,  under what circumstances would you do so?  Would it be a function of soil type? structure type?  foundation type?

 

Gail Kelley