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Just being facetious. Actually I just call them up and ask them to elaborate when I find they are in too much of a technical mode. Does not happen often.
Gary

On 2/6/2014 10:40 AM, Polhemus, William wrote:
Not sure how you "leave it to the mudders" when you have to use their
reports for foundation design.

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They are similar.  I try to stay away from that stuff, slept in most of
those classes - leave it to the mudders. Gary

On 1/21/2014 3:01 PM, Bill Polhemus wrote:
Anybody got experience with geotechnical reports in both USA and Canada?
How do they compare? Do they talk in terms of Atterburg limits and
UCS, etc., or are there Canadian analogs to those?

W. L. Polhemus, Jr. P.E.

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