Geotechnical Investigation. Perform in accordance with the City Design Manual and other City requirements as designated in writing by the Director.
Geotechnical Investigation. CONSULTANT will perform the geotechnical data collection and prepare the geotechnical report for approximately 1.58 miles of widening and reconstruction of Little Eagle Creek Avenue in Westfield, Hamilton County, Indiana.Results/Deliverables• Geotechnical subconsultant coordination and management• Geotechnical data collection and analysis• Geotechnical Report• Geotechnical Review of Stage 3 Submittal The geotechnical investigation is anticipated to consist of the following elements:• Road Widening/Pavement Borings (RB/PC) = (5) borings spaced approximately a quarter mile apart, to depths of approximately 6 feet (3 continuous SPTs) with 3 offset borings locations Shelby tube sampling.• Culvert Borings (CB) = (3) borings taken at the location of existing culvert structures. Depths range from 20 ft. to 40 ft.• Hand Augers (HA) = (4) hand augers will be taken at each quadrant of the box culvert to obtain information on potential undercut.• Pavement Cores = (5) full depth pavement core with 6-inch diameter pavement coring machine. Activities• Perform site reconnaissance and stake boring locations.• Coordinate Indiana 811 (formerly Indiana Underground Plant Protection Service) for underground utility locate service requests at and around test boring locations.• Provide traffic control as needed to safely obtain pavement cores and soil samples.• Perform laboratory testing on soil samples including classification, moisture content, unconfined compressive strength, unit weight determination, Standard Proctor, and topsoil tests.• Develop geotechnical report including generalized review of regional geology, test boring logs, discussion of findings including pavement core photographs and geotechnical recommendations for roadway widening and pavement reconstruction project.• Coordinate review of geotechnical report with CLIENT and address review comments. Items Specifically Not Included• Storm Sewer Drainage Borings• Geophysical Testing• Retaining Wall Borings• Approach pavement design• Trail/Bike/Multiuse Path pavement design – project will use City of Westfield or INDOT Standard Trail/Bike/Multiuse Path pavement if applicable.• Roundabout pavement design.• Pavement Design for the Proposed Roadway [Remainder of Page Intentionally Left Blank]
Geotechnical Investigation. The CONSULTANT shall make or cause to be made a complete Geotechnical Investigation in accordance with "Requirements for Geotechnical Investigations” dated 1 November 1984. Copies of this document are on file with INDOT and the documents are incorporated herein by reference and is made a part hereof. Borings shall extend sufficiently in depth to obtain characteristic data for the proper design of the foundation. In the event more extensive boring, sampling, and testing is needed, a supplemental agreement shall be executed to pay for the additional work. The Consultant shall backfill bore holes or cause to be backfilled in accordance with "Aquifer Protection Guidelines' dated December 9, 1987. A copy of the document is on file with the INDOT, Division of Materials and Tests, Geotechnical section.
Geotechnical Investigation. A geotechnical investigation dated May 19, 2010 was performed by Ninyo & Moore for this project. We will utilize the information contained in the report and the recommendations provided to aid in our design. The referenced study should be adequate to complete the design, and no othergeotechnical services are anticipated forthis project. Clark Ritter, Park Designer
Geotechnical Investigation. A geotechnical investigation is required to provide foundation information to ensure foundations for the bridge are adequately designed.
Geotechnical Investigation. CONSULTANT will perform the geotechnical data collection and prepare the geotechnical report.Results/Deliverables· Geotechnical data collection and analysis· Geotechnical Report as outlined by INDOT Geotechnical Design Manual.· Geotechnical Review of Final tracings submittal The Cherry Lane Extension project is anticipated to require a limited geotechnical investigation in accordance with the attached memorandum from INDOT Office of Geotechnical Services dated September 30, 2016. The investigation is anticipated to consist of the following elements: · Project Length =2,640 feet· Borings=(3) borings, locations to be determined, to depth of 8 feet (3 continuous SPTs)· Soundings=(3) 10 ft deep soundings (not sampled) for 24-hour GWT· 24-hour water levelsActivities· Coordinate Indiana 811 (formerly Indiana Underground Plant Protection Service) for underground utility locate service requests at and around test boring locations.· Develop geotechnical report including generalized review of regional geology and GIS map information on underground coal mines, test boring logs, discussion of findings including pavement core photographs and geotechnical recommendations. Items Specifically Not Included· Structure Borings· Culvert Borings,· Retaining Wall Borings
Geotechnical Investigation. Deliverable A: Geotechnical Investigation Report for the FY 2013-14 Anna Maria Island Central Beach Nourishment Project. Evaluation of existing sand sources in the study area, geophysical survey of potential borrow material sources, geotechnical & cultural resources surveys, & borrow area design. Total Cost: $1,016,776.00. Non-federal share $452,776 (DEP cost $226,388).Due Date: December 31, 2017.
Geotechnical Investigation. Engineer will utilize available geotechnical data from LaQuinta Junction to Harbor Island (approximate USACE Station 30+00). Engineer will perform a geotechnical investigation from Harbor Island (or USACE Station 30+00) to the -75 foot MLLW contour in the Gulf of Mexico (at approximate Station at -600+00). The scope of work includes: • Sample Collection o 42 borings to a maximum depth of 85 feet MLLW o Borings for this project are located in water depths of -50 to -75 feet MLLW o Borings will be performed using mud rotary drilling techniques • Testing o Engineer will provide on-site and laboratory material testing services in accordance with American Society Testing Materials (ASTM) standards or other industrystandards accepted by PCCA The geotechnical analyses will be documented and be included in the Engineering Appendix. The work product will include geotechnical plates, figures and exhibits, geotechnical design, and all technical review. Geotechnical analyses will include identification of physical and engineering characteristics of the anticipated new work materials from channel excavation in order to determine proper placement schemes in existing or proposed upland or beneficial use sites. Engineer assumes that feasibility level plan for BU or DMPA as part of the DMMP will be provided under this Service Order. Based on estimated quantities of new work and projected maintenance dredge materials and as part of Task 6.4, an analysis will be performed to determine whether adequate capacity is available in existing DMPAs. If the analysis of existing placement capacity indicates additional placement capacity is required for the project, then new upland and/or beneficial use placement capacity may need to be further analyzed to determine required size and construction requirements. This Service Order does not include the scope of work for additional geotechnical investigations or geotechnical analyses to support final design of any new BU or DMPA.