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List members:
 
I am starting a new project in San Francisco and need the services
of a "progressive" testing lab in the Bay Area... 
 
We all know that testing agencies (like engineers) run the spectrum from
ultra-conservative to "everything's OK" all the time. 
 
I would prefer an "out of the box" approach. 
 
The initial scope: testing of existing pile foundations. 
 
Anyone you can suggest?
 
Regards,

David L. Fisher SE PE
Fisher and Partners

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