Geotechnical Engineer. The Design Professional shall select a licensed geotechnical engineer, to be retained by the Owner, to produce the Stage One Statement set forth in the Site Memorandum, to consult with the Owner and Design Professional and perform geotechnical evaluations of the Site, and ultimately produce the Stage Two Statement. The Owner's goal is to utilize fully the geotechnical engineer to identify, to the extent practicable, all adverse Site conditions such that the Design Professional has sound information upon which to base the design of the Project and to minimize the risk of unforeseen Site conditions upon commencement of construction. Information obtained from the geotechnical engineer may result, under certain conditions, in the establishment of unit prices in the Supplementary General Conditions or pre-bid addenda.
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Geotechnical Engineer. The Design Professional shall select a licensed geotechnical engineer to be retained by the Design Professional.
Geotechnical Engineer. The Contractor shall utilize a Geotechnical Engineer for engineering efforts requiring this expertise. The Geotechnical Engineer shall have a college degree in civil engineering (soil mechanics, materials or related specialty), geological engineering, or closely related Engineering Degree and meet the other experience and education requirements as stated above
Geotechnical Engineer. The services of a geotechnical engineering firm will be retained by the CONTRACTOR. The geotechnical engineer shall be present to observe site grading and other work concerning excavation, placing and compacting soil materials, and to take field density tests. Also, the geotechnical engineer shall perform laboratory testing of all imported soils or on-site soils to determine its acceptability for its intended use as select material or general fill material. The geotechnical engineer shall compile the daily observations, test data, test results and recommendations into a weekly submittal to the Construction Manager. The geotechnical engineer shall ensure that the geotechnical work complies with the specifications and drawings. Work completed by the Contractor shall not be accepted until the Construction Manager is able to verify compliance through the geotechnical engineer’s daily observations, test data, test results and recommendations. The geotechnical costs shall be incidental to the contract; no separate payment shall be made. Upon completion of the grading operation, the geotechnical engineer shall provide the information needed to complete the “Report after Grading” as required by the Revised Ordinances of Honolulu (ROH), Section 14-15.1(n). As a minimum, six (6) copies of compaction data with 11” x 17” location map, moisture content at the time of compaction, and certification letter (stamped and signed by a license engineer in the State of Hawaii) that the work was done in conformity to the specifications.
Geotechnical Engineer. DEVELOPER shall retain and pay the cost of the Geotechnical Engineer of Record for the project to perform all testing and reporting of items including but not limited to, rough grading, sub‐grade preparation and compaction, concrete testing, and asphalt testing and compaction. Reports shall be made available to CITY upon request.