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PROJECT NAME PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT

REPORT FOR

SOil INVESTIGATION

PROJECT ~OCATION ON PLOT NO.{319·3081 AT DUD METHA IN DUBAI

13TH JULY 2006

REPORT REFERENCE: SRJ0606226

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Proposed (3B+G+5 Floors+ Roof) Building

For MIs. Khaled, Tarek & Muna Abnaa Mohammad AI Shamsi & Fatmah Mousbeh Khalfan

On Plot No. (319-308) at Oud Metha

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e-mail: mmest@emirates.net.ae

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PROJECT NAME PROPOSED DE:VELOPMENT

SOIL INVESTIGATION

REPORT FOR

PROJECT LOCATION ON PLOT NO.1319·30BI AT OUD METHA IN DUBAI

THE FOLLOWING NOTES SHOULD BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE REPORT

1. The recommendations made and opinions expressed in this report are based on the boring records, the examination of samples and the results of the site and laboratory tests. Possible variations of the underground conditions, not revealed by the current investigation cannot be disregarded. Hence, no responsibility can be held for conditions, which have not been revealed by the boreholes and therefore not contemplated in this report.

2. There are many uncertainties in determining the allowable bearing pressure of the soil. A number of uncertainties can be summarized as the complexity of soil behavior, the lack of control over environmental changes after construction as well as the incomplete knowledge of subsurface conditions. These uncertainties have to be evaluated for each site and a suitable safety factor shall be assigned. As a general rule, the assigned safety factor for sites with limited soil exploration shall be increased since the factor of safety depends not only on the structural information but also on the reliability of soil parameters.

3. This soil investigation report basically follows the British Standard as 5930: 1999, Code of practice for Site Investigations, with recommendations adapted to suit local conditions and practices.

4. It should be noted that the recommehdations and guidance given in this geo-technical report are not mandatory. It is recognized that the practitioner will often need to use alternative methods.

5. The interpretations and recommendations contained in this report are based on the results of the in-situ and laboratory tests performed at the time of investigation. A generalized continuous sub-surface succession has been inferred from these findings, the accuracy of which cannot be assured at locations other than those investigated.

Possible variations of the under ground conditions, not revealed by the performed investigation and therefore not completed in this report can not be disregarded.

6. Our professional services have been performed using the degree of care and skill ordinarily exercised under similar conditions by reputable qualified Engineers. No other warranty, expressed or implied is made as to the professional advice included in this report.

7. This report has been prepared for MIs. KLING CONSULT, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the appointment for Geotechnical Engineering Services (Request No.Q226 dated 19th June 2006). A.HAM (AI Hai & AI-Mukaddam) cannot accept any responsibility for any use of or reliance on the contents of this report by any third party.

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REPORT REF SR/0606226 I DATE JULY 13, 2006
PROJECT NAME PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT
PROJECT lOCATION ON PLOT NO'(319·30BJ AT OUD METHA IN DUBAI
REPORT FOR
SOIL INVESTIGATION CONTENTS

1_ INTRODUCTION

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2. REGIONAL GEOLOGY

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3, FIELD WORK

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4. LABORATORY TESTING

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5, CONCRETE FOR FOUNDATION

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6. SITE AND SOIL CONDITIONS

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7. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 7,1, RAFT FOUNDATION

7.2. PILE FOUNDATION

7.3_ DESIGN PARAMETERS FOR THE RETAINING STRUCTURES

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8. CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

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REFERENCES

ANNEXES A-Site Plan

B-Boreholes Location Plan C- Boreholes Logs

D- Soil Tests Summary Sheets E- Particle Size Distribution

F- Direct Shear Results Sheets

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B-1 C1-C12 D1 E1-E7 F1-F2

APPENDICES

K1-KEY TO BOREHOLE LOGS K2-S0IL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM

K3-S0IL AND ROCK STRENGTH DEFINITION K4-CARBONATE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM

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AL HAl & ·AL MUKADDAM For Geotechnical Works (L.L.c.)

REPORT REF SR/0606226 I DATE JULY 13, 2006
PRO J ECT NAM E PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT
PROJECT ~OCATION ON PLOT NO.{319·30S1 AT OUD METHA IN DUBAI
REPORT FOR
SOil INVESTIGATION 1. INTRODUCTION

Upon the instructions of MIs. KLING CONSULT, the following soil investigation works were carried out on the site of the proposed (3B+G+5 Floors+ Roof) Building On Plot No.(31 9-308) at Oud Metha in Dubai.

The main objective of this investigation is to provide information on the existing soil and groundwater conditions in order to derive recommendations on the most suitable foundation design for the structure.

2. REGIONAL GEOLOGY

The general geology of the UAE has been substantially influenced by the deposition of marine deposits associated with the continuous sea level changes during the relatively recent geological time. Moreover, with the existing mountainous geology across the UAE the country is considered to be of relatively low-lying area.

The geological conditions in Dubai essentially consist in general of a linear coastline dissected by creeks. Superficial deposits consisting of beach dune sands with marine sands and silts. Furthermore, erosion, capillary rise phenomena as well as evaporations have led to extensive silt deposits in some areas especially near to the creeks. These superficial deposits underlined by alternating layers of calcaranite, carbonate sandstone, sands as well as cemented sand layers.

3. FIELD WORK

Field work commenced on the 04/07/2006 and was completed on the 09/07/2006. The scope of work consisted of drilling a total number of four boreholes down to a depth of 30 meters each. The investigation layout is provided in the site plan included in the annex of the report.

The drilling procedures adopted during the investigation are those specified in the Code of Practice for Site Investigation BS 5930: 1999, unless otherwise stated.

The borehole log sheets of the drilled boreholes are presented in the annex of this report.

4. LABORATORY TESTING

Tests on soil and ground water samples were carried out in accordance with the following standard test methods:

1. Particle size analysis of soils as per BS 1377: Part 21990 - AMD 9027 (96) Test 9.2.

2. Sulphate content of soil & water as per BS 1377: Part 3: £10 - Clause 5.3 & 5.4 - 9028 (96).

3. Chloride content as per BS 1377: Part 3: 1990 - Clause 7.2 - AMD 9028 (96).

4. PH value as per BS 1377: Part 3: 1990 - Test 9 - AMD 9028 (96).

5. Atterberg limits as per BS 1377: Part 2:1990 - AMD 9027 (96) 4.5/5.3/5.4

6. Direct Shear Test as per BS 1377: Part 3: 1990 - cI 9028

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AL HAl & AL MUKADDAM For Geotechnical Works (L.L.c.)

REPORT REF SRJ0606226 I DATE JULY 13,2006
PROJECT NAME PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT
PROJECT LOCATION ON PLOT NOJ319'308) AT DUD METHA IN DUBAI
REPORT FOR
SOil INVESTIGATION Type oftest Test No;oftests
Classification test Sieve analysis 11
Hydrometer analysis 1
Atterberg limits 1
Chemical tests Water soluble Sulphate content on soil 3
Water soluble Chloride content on soil 3
pH -Soil 3
Water soluble Sulphate content on water 1
Water soluble Chloride content on water 1
pH -Water 1
Shear tests Direct Shear tests 1 Results are presented in the annex of this report,

5. CONCRETE FOR FOUNDATIONS

The sulphate content reported as (S04) of the tested soil samples were in the range of 0.25 to 0.37g/l with corresponding water samples concentration in the range of about 1.44 gil (grams per liter). Furthermore, the chloride contents reported as (CI) for the tested soil samples were in the range of 0.03 to 0.10% with water samples concentration of in the range of 5.27g/l (grams per liter). The pH value of the tested soil and water samples varied between 7.4 & 8.6. (please refer to Annexes of summary of chemical analysis).

Moreover, for guidance to a suitable concrete design it is highly recommended that reference should be made to "The Guide to the Construction of R.einforced Concrete in The Arabian Peninsula, 2002" where this CIRIA publication considers both sulphate and chloride contamination of soils as well as ground water in various exposure conditions and not restricted to sub-surface concrete

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Based on the above it is considered that Exposure conditions d (III) would be applied for the site with the following general criteria:

Minimum cement content for 20mm aggregates (Kg/m3) Maximum water/cement ratio

Minimum cover for reinforcement (mm)

320-400 0.42 40-50

In addition to the above, it is highly recommended that the outer surface of concrete be protected with a water proof coating or membrane.

It is highly stressed that appropriate consultation with a concrete technologist is advised and that the Structural Engineer should be consulted as well prior to adopting a mix design,

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AL HAl & AL MUKADDAM For Geotechnical Works (L.L.c.)

REPORT REF SR/0606226 lD4TE JULY 13. 2006
PROJECT NAME PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT
PROJECT LOCATIOt-l ON PLOT NO.(319·308) AT OUD METHA IN DUBAI
REPORT FOR
SOIL INVESTIGATION 6. SITE AND SOIL CONDITIONS

[J The proposed development will consist of a (3B+G+5 Floors +Roof) Building.

o It is to be noted that the site was used as an open car park for the neighboring Plots at the time of this investig atio n.

o The site of the proposed development was almost flat & accessible with difference in ground elevations in the range of about 20 em with an average existing ground level almost the same as (0.0) ~eference level at the location of the drilled boreholes (please refer to the attached site plan).

Q The (0.0) reference level was taken as the asphalt road level (please refer to the attached site pian).

o At the time of drilling, the water table level was encountered at depths of about 4.45-4.60 meters below the existing ground level of the drilled boreholes. Please note that the water table level is affected by seasonal and tidal changes as well as de-watering operations if any.

o It is to be noted that the drilling process can affect the level of the ground water measured in the borehole, particularly when drilling is performed, since water is used as a drilling fluid. Hence, the water table level recorded in the boreholes during boring does not necessarily indicate the actual level of the water table. Furthermore. Piezometer should be installed in-order to obtain a true indication of water table level throughout long-term ground water observation.

o The four drilled boreholes showed some differences in the degree of compactness of the investfgated soil layers within the drilled depths of the boreholes.

[J It is to be noted that loose soil layers with SPT values as low as 6 were encountered at depths between 3.8-4.7 meters below the existing ground level at the location of the drilled boreholes N01 & 3.

o It is to be noted that loose soil layers with SPT values as low as 6 were encountered at depths between 10.0-11.0 meters below the existing ground level at the location of the drilled boreholes N02.

o The investigated soil consisted in general of light brown to brown, locally light gray to gray, silty, slightly gravelly, fine to medium SAND, locally clayey between 0.5-1.7 at the location of the drilled borehole Nos. 3& 4, interbedded by layers of light brown to gray, slightly silty to silty, sandy, fine to coarse, weak, sub-angular, sandstone GRAVEL with some cobbles with the presence of shell fragments within the top 0.7 meter at the location of the drilled borehole No.1' as well as light brown to brown locally yellowish brown, weak, sandstone cobbles between 6.0-8.8 meters, 14.7-15.90, 19.6-22.0 at the location of the drilled borehole No.3 and between 5.60-9.50 meters at the location of the drilled borehole No.4. (Please refer to the attached borehole log sheets).

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AL HAl & AL MUKADDAM For Geotechnical Works (L.L.C.)

REPORT REF SR/0606226 I DATE JULY 13,2006
PROJ ECT NAME PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT
PROJECT LOCATION ON PLOT NO.l319·3081 AT OUD METHA IN DUBAI
REPORT FOR
SOIL INVESTIGATION o It is to be noted that MADE GROUND layers were encountered within the top 0.2 meter of soil at the location of the drilled borehole Nos. 2 &4.

o It is to be noted that a reddish brown, sandy, silty CLAY layer was encountered between 22.8-23.15 meters below the existing ground level at the location of the drilled borehole No.1.

o It is to be noted that the two boreholes were drilled at the locations specified by the client's Engineer in the tender drawings.

7. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Taking into account the previous mentioned points, this section covers recommendations for foundation design.

7.1. RAFT FOUNDATIONS

Raft foundation is recommended to be used to support the loads of the proposed structure. The allowable bearing capacity of soil under such a raft placed at an elevation of about 10.0 meters below the (0.0) reference level or deeper can reach value as high as 400 kN/m2 provided that the following procedure is adopted:

>- Dewatering the site to a depth of 1 meter below the proposed foundation level. >- Excavate the top soil to the proposed foundation level.

>- Level and compact the revealed surface using a heavy roller compactor to a minimum of 98% proctor maximum dry density.

>- If the above is conducted properly, the allowable bearing capacity of soil under raft foundation placed at the proposed foundation level can reach values as high as 400 KN/m2. Further testing consisting of In situ Density Tests as well as plate load tests at the final layer are required in order to determine the degree of soil compaction and thus the allowable bearing capacity achieved prior to the casting of the raft foundation.

2- It is to be noted that the range of modulus of sub-grade reaction of soil under raft foundation which may be used in the design depends on many factors such as the width of loaded area, shape of loaded area,

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depth of loaded area, position of the footings, etc.... Hence, it can be concluded that there is no single

value for Ks even if the above factors are defined because of the relationship between q and 0 which is nonlinear.

Furthermore, according to ACI code (1988), the value of Ks varies from 0.5 to 5-10 times the computed value based on the equation Ks = q/&.

Based on the above, Ks can be taken in the range of about 35,000-65,000 KN/m3•

Finally, please note that only the Plate Load Test can give the exact value of the modulus of sub-grade reaction.

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AL HAl & AL MUKADDAM For Geotechnical Works (L.L.c.)

REPORT REF SR/0606226 I DATE JU L Y 13. 2006
PROJECT NAME PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT
PROJECT LOCATION ON PLOT IIIO.131S·30B) AT ~UD METHA IN oUBAI
REPORT FOR
SOil INVESTIGATION 7.2 PILE FOUNDATIONS

Bored cast in-situ pile foundations may be used to support the loads of the proposed development. Such piles could bear on the relatively hard strata found at a depth of about 27.0 meters below (0.0) reference level. The capacity of such piles is a function of both skin friction and tip resistance. The following Table may be used as a tentative guide on the compressive static working load capacity of piles considering a pile cut off level at an elevation of about 10.0 bellow the (0.0) reference level.

PilE DIAMETER (MM) TENTATIVE VALUES FOR WORKING LOAD (KN)
600 1600
700 2200
800 2600
900 3300
1000 3900
1200 5200 Since the capacity of cast in-situ reinforced concrete piles depends on the type and method of casting of such piles, it is the responsibllity of the specialized piling contractor to verify the tentative values recommended in our soil investigation report by conducting pile load tests (Dynamic as per ASTM D4945 - 00 or Static as per ASTM D 1143 - 81 Re-approved 1994 e1) on instrumented pilot and/or working piles.

Care should be taken when drilling cast-in-situ piles not to disturb or loosen the end bearing strata and to maintain direct and firm contact between the stratum and the piles. Otherwise, excessive and unaccounted settlements may occur on initial loading.

It may be noted that for bored cast-in-situ piles, settlements of the order of 1 % of the pile diameter is normally required to mobilize full skin friction whereas full end bearing is developed at much higher settlements (usually at about 10% of the pile diameter). Hence, the above mentioned pile capacities are based on full skin friction and partial end bearing.

It is highly stressed that cross-hole sonic logging tests to be performed in-order to check the concrete integrity since CSL method is the most accurate quality assurance method for defect identification in drilled shafts. CSl testing provides assurance that the foundation concrete is sound and also hardened as velocity to the 4th power is proportional to concrete strength.

Finally, it is to be noted that bored or augured shafts may suffer from separation of concrete, necking, inclusions, voids etc. After installation, large lateral movements due to lateral impacts, construction equipment, or slope or retaining wall failures may damage shafts. Hence, it is highly recommended that every pile be tested for its integrity as per ASTM 05882-00 or any other method statement approved by the Engjneer. Suspect shafts may be subjected to further tests and if necessary repaired or replaced.

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AL HAl & AL MUKADDAM For Geotechnical Works (L.L.c.)

REPORT REF SR/0606226 I DATE JULY 13, 2006
PROJECT NAME PROPOSED 0 EVELOPMENT
PROJECT LOCATION ON PLOT NO'{319-30Bl AT DUD METHA IN DUBAI
REPORT FOR
SOIL INVESTIGATION 7.3 DESIGN PARAMETERS FOR RETAINING STRUCTURES

Based on the results of the drilled boreholes the following tabulated soil parameters can be used as a general guide for the design:

Depth ~ A~~rage SPT Average Angle of Internal Ko Ka Kp
BelowE.G.L N value) Friction
Top 5m of soil 23 35° 0.43 0.27 3.70
From 5 to 10 m 50 42° 0.33 0.20 5.00 *Coefficient presented in the above table assumes normally consolidated soils and zero wall friction and therefore tend to provide conservative values.

8. CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

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An experienced geotechnical engineer should be present on site to oversee all earthworks and foundation construction activities. In particular, it is recommended that a qualified geotechnical engineer be present, prior to foundation construction, to ensure that the contact surface of the piles is properly prepared, inspects all foundation works including the testing of the material used during the execution of the piles (i.e, bentonite slurry, steel, concrete, etc ... ) to ensure that the works are carried out according t6 the project specifications.

Finally. it should be noted that geo-technical and structural considerations pertaining to the overall foundation design (such as pile group effects. long term settlement. etch.) are outside the scope of this report and it is assumed that others considered them

Respectfully yours,

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Proposed Development

Plot No.(319-308) at Oud Metha - Dubai

REFERENCES

British Standard Codes

Code of Practice for Site Investigation

Standard Penetration Test

Laboratory tests

Determination of Moisture Content

Determination of Atterberg' limits

Determination of Particle density

Particle Size analysis by wet sieve

Particle Size analysis by hydrometer

Sulphate content on soil and water

Chloride content on soil and water

pH value content on soil and water

Acid Soluble Sulfate content of soil

Ju!y 11. 2006

BS5930: 1999

BS 1377, Part 9: 1990 cl. 3.3

BS 1377, Part 2: 1990 cl. 3.2 BS 1377, Part 2: 1990 cl, 4.3.5 BS 1377, Part 2: 1990 cl. 8

BS 1377, Part 2: 1990 cl. 9.2 BS 1377, Part 2: 1990 ct. 9.5 BS 1377, Part 3: 1990 cl, 5 BS 1377, Part 3: 1990 cl, 7 BS 1377, Part 3: 1990 cl. 9

BS 1377: Part 3: 1990 - Clause 5.2 & 5.5 - AMD 9028 (96).

California Bearing Ratio

Dry Densityl Moisture Content Relationship BS 1377: Part 4 :1990-AMD 8259 (95) -Test 3.5.4.1

BS 1377: Part 4: 1990 - AMD 8259 (95) - CL 7.2.3.2.

Falling Head permeability Test

Unconfined Compressive Strength

Direct Shear test

Description of soil

Other references

Foundation analysis and design Foundation Engineering

BS 5390: 1990 clause 21.4.3

ASTM 0 2938 (95).

BS 1377. Part 7 : 1990 cl, 4.5.4

BS 5930:1990, cl. 41 and 44 Clarke and Walker

Joseph E. Bowels Braja M. Das

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o o <> ~ with some cobbles.

<> '"

00 o <Po

¢ 0 o o Q 0.0 000

C1' ¢ 00 Q "'0 o <Pc

6

15

16

11

50 6.00 6.45

S

14

10

10

12

6.20 6.50

D

7 r--

2 4 12

1--+--+--1 >50 7.00 7.41

12 16 10/4

S

13

7.90

• • L ••

· .

· .

· , .

.. . .. · ..... .....

· .

· .

Medium dense, light grey, slightly silty, gravelly, fine to coarse SAND.

2

3

5

S

14

27 8.00 8.45

8

7

7

8.50

-

8.20 8.50 8.70 9.00

D D

15 16

Very dense, light grey, silty, sandy, fine to coarse, weak, tabular sandstone GRAVEL with some cobbles.

9

-

9 14 20

!----+--f---l >50 9.00 9.31

27 3/1

c

9.40

-

· .

· .

D

17

9.60 9.90

Light grey, slightly silty, slightly gravelly, fine to coarse SAND.

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Sheet 1 of 3

Nil

Remarks:

Driller

Ratl

G.W.L Ground water level

Test Methods

___y_

Ground water level

LEGEND

Logged

AM.H

S - SPT TCR • Total Core recovery

(SPT) BS 1377: Part 9: 1990 - Test 3.3

D· Disturbed Sample Checked MH

C - SPT(C) SCR - Solid Core recovery

(Cable Percussion boring) BS 5930:1999, Sec.3 C1.20.5

••••••

Sand Boiling

Co- Core sample Annex: B I

W - Water ROD - Rock quality Designalion

(Rotary Drilling) BS 5930:1999,Sec 3, cI. 20.7

FRM I 30 Issue #2 dated 17/0:3/04

~" Borehole Log Job Ref. SRI 0606226 BH No.: 1
Project Name Proposed Development
.w.~""m·~~··'··" '.,'.'.
AI Hai &AI Mukaddarn Project Location Plot # (319-30S) at Oud Metha - Dubai
for Geotechnical Works (LLC)
P.o. Box 60462, Rashldlya, Dubsl Client MIs Kling Consult
Drilling method Light cable Percussion Core Drililng Request No. Q226
Borehole dla, mm 152 Date of drilling Ju104,2oo6 to Ju106,2006
Drilled depth, m 0.00 - 30.00 Cordinates - G.Level,m:
Casing dia.ln/OuUDepth 15Smm/170mm/17. Om Drilling Fluid Water G. W.L. m: 4.55
Rig No. 103 Equipment Pilcon Wayfarer 1500
Depth R.L. Log Description of strata SPT, blows Depth Sample TeR SCR RQ[
7.5 15 22.5 From To Notes
(m) (rn) 30 37.5 45 N m m Type No % % %
· ..... 11
· .... , B 9
· ..... 10.00
· ..... 48 10.45 S 18
· .....
· ..... 12 12 13
· .....
· .....
· ..... t--
· .....
· .....
· .....
· . . . . .
· . . . . . .
· .....
· . . . . . 11
· .....
· .....
· ..... t--
• ••• L.
· ..... 5 11 10
• ••• L.
· ..... >50 11.00 11.41 S 18A
· ..... Dense to very dense, light grey, slightly
· .....
· ..... 16 15 9/4
· ..... silty, slightly gravelly, fine to coarse
· ..... I--
· .....
· .....
• • I ••• SAND.
" ....
I •••••
· .....
· ..... 12
· .....
· .....
· ..... I---
· .....
· ..... 6 11 12
· .....
· ..... >50 12.00
· ..... 12.40 S 19
· .....
· ..... 1B 14 6/3
· .....
· .....
· ..... I---
· .....
12.60 · ..... 12.70 13.00 D 20
· .....
· .....
· ..... 13
· .....
· .....
· .....
· .... , -
· .....
· ..... 5 B 10
· .....
· . . . . . >50 13.00 13.40 S 21
· .....
· ..... 13 17 10/3
· .....
· ..... Very dense, light grey, slightly silty, very
· ..... -
· . . . . .
· ..... gravelly, fine to coarse SAND. Gravel of
· .....
· .....
· . . . . .
· ..... fine to coarse, weak sandstone.
· ..... 14
· .....
· . . . . . -
· .....
· .....
· , .... 6 8 11
· .....
· , .... >50 14.00 14.40 S 22
· .....
· , , ... 12 18 9/3
· .....
· , ....
· .....
, . , ... -
· , ....
, , , .. ,
· , ....
, . , .. ,
· , , ...
15.00 ' . , .. , 15
· , ....
, .... ,
· ..... -
· ..... 10 15/6 2B
· .....
· ..... 15.00 15.25 S 23
· ..... >50
· .....
· ..... 2214 - -
· .....
· ..... -
· .....
· .....
· ..... 15.70 16.00 D 24
· .....
· .....
· .....
· ..... 16
· .. , .. Very dense, brown, slightly gravelly, very
· .. , ..
· ... ,. t--
· .. , . ,
· .. , .. silty, fine to medium SAND. 11 14/6 25
· .... ,
· .... , >50 16.00 16.27 S 25
· .. , , ,
· ... , ,
· ... , , 25/6
· ... , , -
· .. '". ,
· .. , , , t--
· .... ,
· ... , ,
· . , ...
· ... , ,
· .....
· . , . , ,
16.90 · ... , . 17
· .. , .,
· . , . , , t--
'" '" '" Very dense, brown, slightly silty, slightly 13 1216 22
0" 0", >50 17.00 17.29 S 26
'" o 0 sandy, fine to coarse, weak, subangular 25 3/1
","'0
"b 0 cePe sandstone GRAVEL. t--
17.80 '" 0 17.30 17.60 D 27
0" "'0 Very dense, brown, silty, sandy, fine to 18
'" 0 0
C Q 0 Q t--
00 cePe coarse, weak, subangular sandstone 7 9 13 >50 18.00 18.39 S 28
0", 0 GRAVEL.
1S.50 0 0", 12 16 9/2
'" 0 0 t--
Q 0 (:] 4 18.10 18.50 D 29
On od:Jn
'" '" '" 19
0" 00 Very dense, brown, silty, sandy. fine to t--
0 0 0 8 12 20
","'0 coarse, weak, tabular, subangular >50 19.00 19.31 S 30 .
"b 0 oeP;:; sandstone GRAVEL. 26 4/1 -
'" 0 0 t--
00 °0 19.30 19.60 D 31
o Q °
o ¢ .Q C 20
"'o°ePo

Remarks: Nil Sheet 2 of 3
~ Test Methods G.W.L. Ground water level I LEGEND Driller Rafi
Ground water level (SPT) BS 1377: Part 9: 1990 - Test 3.3 S·SPT TCR - Total Core recovery I Logged A.M.H
•••••• (Cable Percussion boring) BS 5930:1999, Sec.3 C1.20.5 C-SPT(C) SCR . Solid Core recovery D· Disturbed Sample Checked M.H
Sand Boiling (Rotary Drilling) BS 5930:1999,Sec 3, cl. 20.7 W-Water ROD· Rock quality Designation CO- Core sample Annex:B I FRM I 30 Issue #2 dated 17103/04

~ Borehole Log Job Ref. SRI 0606226 BH No.: 1
Project Name Proposed Development
~.~",-.~""",.
AI Hai &AI Mukaddarn Project Location Plot # (319-308) at Cud Metha - Dubai
for Geotechnical Works (LLC)
P.o. Box 60462. Rashldlya. Dubsl Client MIs Kling Consult
Drilling method Lig ht cable Percussion Core Drilling Request No. Q226
Borehole dia, mm 152 Date of drilling Jul04,2006 to Ju106,2006
Drilled depth, m 0.00 - 30.00 Cordinates - G.Level,m:
Casing dia.ln/OutlDepth 158mm/170mm/17. Om Drilling Fluid Water G. W.L. m: 4.55
Rig No. 103 Equipment Pilcon Wayfarer 1500
Depth R.L. Log Description of strata SPT, blows Depth Sample TCR SCR RQI:
7.5 15 22.5 From To Notes
(m) (m) 30 37.5 45 N m m Type No % % %
Q Q Q 8 11 23
o OQ Very dense, brown, silty, sandy, fine to >50 20.00 20.30 S 32
Q Qo 0
I:) ¢ ¢ 0 coarse, weak, subangular sandstone 27 - -
.o ... (")~ ..... GRAVEL. f--
20.60 4 .Q 0<.')
0"0 - 0 21
00 o Very dense, brown, medium to coarse, t--
o Q °0 weak, tabular sandstone GRAVEL. 10 15 25
o '" 0 >50 21.00 21.28 C
a ¢ ~ Q -
21.50 oooePe 25/6 -
· .... , -
......
· ..... 21.20 21.50 D 33
.. . . ..
· .....
.. . . ..
· ..... 21.70 22.00 D 34 22
......
...... Dense, brown, silty, slightly gypsiferous,
...... -
· .....
.. . . .. fine to medium SAND. 5 7 8
· .....
.. . . -. 32 22.00 22.45 S 35
· , ....
.. . . ..
· ..... B 8 8
.. . . ..
· .....
...... ...__
· .....
22.80 ......
· , ... ,
, .... ,
,_ ..... _ ... D 23
.. - _ ....... 22.80 23.00 36
, ........ _ .. Reddish brown, sandy, silty CLAY.
------ I--
- - - --
------
23.15 ,----- 4 6 12
------ S
._---- >50 23.00 23.38 37
0", ¢ 15 20 3/1
o () °0 I--
000
o .0 .0 Q
oooePo 24
00 ¢ Very dense, brown, sandy, fine to coarse,
o () 0.0 weak, tabular and subangular sandstone ...__
0 o 0 10 15 20
Q Q.o 0 GRAVEL. >50 24.00 24.31 C -
°o°ePo 26 4/1 -
<> 0 o -
00 °c 24.50 24.80 D 38
Q o a -
25.00 o Q <1 25
¢ "" ,--
<> 0 o Dense. brown, fine to coarse, weak. tabular and 7 7 7 C
o (] 0", 50 25.00 25.45 -
25.50 <> <> a subangular sandstone GRAVEL. 10 13 20
o o I--
Q 0 oePe 25.10 25.40 D 39
0", o
o ¢ 00 Very dense, brown, medium to coarse, 26
o ¢ 0 t--
"'00°0:': weak, subangular sandstone GRAVEL. 10 15 18 26.00 26.34 C
>50 -
Q 0 <> 22 10/4 -
o 00 t--
26.80 ¢ "0 0 26.20 26.50 D 40
000
••• L •• 27
• • 0 •• 0
• •• r"
, • r, • 0 t--
' . , , .,
, •• , , 0
, ... , . 6 13 17
, • r, ,. Very dense. brown, silty, gravelly, fine to S
' ., , , , >50 27.00 27.36 41 .
• r , , , ,
, . , ., ,
• r , , , , medium SAND. 18 15/6
, r, , , ,
· . , , , . I--
, r, ., ,
, r , , ,. 27.10 27.50 0 42
' r, , , ,
· . , , ,.
, r , , , , .
· . , , "
27.90 ' r , , , , 28
• r , , ,.
, r , , , , t--
, ., , , ,
, ., , ,. 7 12 15
' ., , ,.
, , , . ,. >50 28.00 28.37 S 43
· . , , ..
· ., . ,.
· ., , .. 17 1717 -
......
· .' ... t--
.0' , , •
· ..... 28.40 28.80 D 44
.... , .
• 0 ••••
•••• 0 • -
· .....
...... Very dense, brown, silty, fine to medium 29
· .....
.. . . ..
· ..... I--
.. . , ,. SAND.
o ••••• 6 12 16
......
· ..... >50 29.00 29.36 S 45
• 0 ••••
, •••• 0
• 0 •••• 1B 16/6 -
· .....
.0, ••• I--
' ., ...
· .....
, r' •••
· , ....
, .'0 ••
• , • , o.
, ., , .. 30
30.00 • , , • o.
, r, , ••
• , • , 0 •
END OF THE BOREHOLE
Remarks: Nil Sheet 3 of 3
~ Test Methods G.W.L. Ground water level LEGEND Driller Rafi
Ground water level (SPT) BS 1377: Part 9: 1990 - Test 3.3 S·SPT TCR • Total Core recovery Logged A.M.H
•••••• (Cable Percussion boring) BS 5930:1999, Sec.3 CI.20.5 C-SPT(C) SCR - Solid Core recovery D- Disturbed Sample Checked M.H
Sand Boiling (Rotary Drilling) as 5930:1999,Sec 3, cl, 20.7 W-Water ROD - Rock quality Designation CO- Care sample Annex: B I FRM 130 Issue it2 dated 17/03/04

, ,\

:. i

~ .. Borehole Log .Job Ref. SRI 0606226 BH No.: 2
Project Name Proposed Development
__ '_~""c_'_m'~'-~"""" .... ,., .
AI Hai&AI Mukaddarn Project Location Plot # (319·308) at Oud Metha • Dubai
for Geotechnical Works (LLC)
p.o. Box 60462. Rashidiya. Dubal Client MIs Kling Consult
Drilling method Ught cable Percussion Core Drilling Request No. 0226
Borehole dia, mm 152 Date of drilling Ju104,2006 to Ju106,2006
Drilled depth, m 0.00 - 30.00 Cordinates . G.Level,m:
Casing dia.ln/OutlDepth 158mm/170mm/15.0m Drilling Fluid Water G.W.L,m: 4.60
Rig No. 115 Equipment Pilcon Wayfarer 1500
Depth R.L. Log Description of strata SPT, blows Depth Sample TCR SCR RQC
7.5 15 22,5 From To Notes
(rn) (rn) 30 37.5 45 N m m Type No % % %
0.10 Dark grey to black, slightly sandy, fine to coarse, 0.00 0.10 D 1
· .... strong subangular basalt GRAVEL (MADE
0.50 ~ ~ . . . . GROUND\. 0.20 0.50 D 2
· ....
· .....
I\Brown, silty, very graveJly, fine to medium SAND, I--
· .....
· ..... ·
· ....
· ..... 0.70 1.00 D 3 1
· ....
· .....
· ..... ;--
· .....
· .... 1 2 2
· .....
· ..... 14 1.00 1.45 S 4 ·
· .....
· ....
· ..... 3 4 5
, ....
· ..... I--
· ....
· .....
· ....
· .....
· ....
· .....
• •• L • 2
· .....
· ....
· ..... Medium dense to dense, brown, silty, fine ,.--
• 0 •••
• • 0 ••• 3 4 6
.0.0 •• to medium SAND.
o • 0 •••
• • 0 o •• 29 2.00 2.45 S 5
· .....
• •• o •• 7 7 9
• •• L ••
· .....
• •• L •• I--
• L •••
· .....
· .....
· .....
· ....
· .....
· ..... 3
· .....
• L •••• -
· .....
.. .. .
· ... , . 3 3 6
· ....
· ..... 35 3.00 3.45 S 6
· .. , .
· ..... 7 10 12
· ....
· .....
· .... r--
· .....
3,70 · ....
• ••• 0.
• •• 0.
• •• 0. Brown, slightly gravelly, silty, fine to
4.00 · ..... 3.70 4.00 D 7 4
· .....
· ..... medium SAND. -
° '" o
7 10 12
0.0 0-0 Very dense, brown, slightly sandy, fine to coarse, >50 4.00 4.385 S 8
4.50 '" ~~ weak. subangular sandstone GRAVEL. 16 18 4/1
r--
",v ;; 4.00 4.40 D 9
0: 00- Very dense, light brown, silty, sandy, fine 4.60 4.90 D 10 5
° ° ° to coarse, weak, subangular sandstone
"J C1 Q Q -
oooePo GRAVEL. 25/6 50/6 ·
° o ° >50 5.00 5,12 C .
5,60 0-0 o() . . ·
; ",~o--;' -
5.70 6.00 D 11
"'0 0$>O
° o o 6.00 W 12 6
<>" 00 -
0"'0 4 5 7
Q ¢ 0 ~ 47 6.00 6.45 S 13
"'0 ° $>0 9 14 17
° 0 0 I--
0.0 0.0 6.60 6.90 D 14
° <> ° Dense to very dense, light brown, slightly
'boo 0:':' 7
silty, sandy, fine to coarse, weak, -
o 0 o subangular sandstone GRAVEL. 13 1216 19
00 00 >50 7.00 7.31 S 15 ·
o <> 0
o .0.0 ¢ 23 8/2.5 ·
00 ° cPo -
o '" o
00 0-0 8
° <> 0>
",0", -
"ho O<;/Jc 10 15 15 >50 8.00 8.435 S 16
° '" <>
8.60 0'" 0", 11 11 13/6
o Q ¢ 0 -
8.70 9.00 D 17
00 o<;/Jc 9
'" '" o
o 0", Very dense, light brown, sandy, fine to -
¢ Q..o 0 10 13 18
"hooo°<;/J:' coarse, weak, tabular sandstone >50 9.00 9.33 S 18
GRAVEL 22 10/3 ·
° <> o -
00 0.::;.
° o a
9.90 ¢ 0,0.0 10
"'o°<;/Jo
Remarks: Nil Sheet 1 of3
___y_ Test Methods G.W.L. Ground water level LEGEND Driller Ranjith Singh
Ground water level (SPT) BS 1377: Part 9: 1990· Test 3.3 S· SPT TCR· Total Core recovery Logged AM.H
•••••• (Cable Percussion boring) BS 5930:1999, Sec.3 C1.20.5 C· SPT(C) SCR • Sond Core recovery D· Dis1urbed Sample Checked M.H
Sand Boiling (Rotary Drilling) BS 5930: 1999,Sec 3, cl. 20.7 W·Water ROD· Rock quality Designation CO- Core sample Annex: B I FRM r 30 Issue #2 dated 17/03/04

~ .. Borehole Log Job Ref. SRI 0606226 BH No.: 2
Project Name Proposed Development
~." ... ",,~ ... ~., .... , ... ,-.' .. ,
AI Hai&AI MukaddarTI Project Location Plot # (319-308) at Oud Metha - Dubai
for Geotechnical Works (LLC)
P.o. Box 60462, ~ashldlya. Oubal Client MIs Kling Consult
Drilling method Light cable Percussion COTe Drilling Request No. Q226
Borehole dia, mm 152 Date of drilling Jul04,2006 to Jul06,2006
Drilled depth, m 0.00 - 30.00 Cordinates - G.Level,m:
Casing dia.ln/OutlDepth 158mm/170mm/15.0m Drilling Fluid Water G. W.L. m: 4.60
Rig No. 115 Equipment Pilcon Wayfarer 1500
Depth R.L. Log Description of strata 5PT, blows Depth Sample TCR SCR RQ[
7.5 15 22.5 From To Notes
(m) (m) 30 37.5 45 N m m Type No % % %
¢ ¢ ¢ 1 2 1
o o¢
Q "Q 0 Loose, light brown, sandy, fine to coarse, 6 10.00 10.45 S 19
o Q /:1.0 weak, tabular sandstone GRAVEL. 2 1 2
¢o°<:Po f--
¢ ¢ ¢ 10.40 10.70 D 20
11.00 o {J OQ 11
¢ ¢ a
'" v t--
¢ 0 o<:Pc 10 15 17
¢ ¢ o >50 11.00 11.34 S 21
000 00 20 1314 -
¢ o 0 t--
:0 000 11.50 11.80 D 22
¢o°<:Po
¢ ¢ ¢ 12
0" 0.0 f--
¢ cr a 10 15 18
.0 0.0.0 >50 12.00 12.33 S 23 .
¢o°<:Po Very dense, light brown, silty, sandy, fine 22 10/3 -
e ¢ ¢ to coarse, weak, tabular and subangular f--
o {J 000 sandstone GRAVEL.
¢ cr a
o Q Q .0 13
°oodJo
o ¢ 0 f--
00 OQ 9 16 17
o '" 0 >50 13.00 13.33 S 24 .
0.0.0.0 21 1213 -
"'0 o <:Pc f--
o o 0
o o OQ 14
<> 0 a
~:o:,: -
14.25 5 7 12
· ..... >50 14.00 14.385 S 25
• ••• r , 17 18 311
· .....
.. . . . . -
· .....
· .....
· ..... 14.60 14.90 D 26
· .....
· ..... Very dense, brown, slightly gravelly, silty, -
· .....
· .....
· ..... 15
00' ••• fine to medium SAND.
o ••••• -
o •••••
00' ••• 6 11 15
00' •••
O •••••
000 ••• >50 15.00 15.32 S 27
000 •••
000 ••• 22 1312
0000 •• -
00000·
000 •• r -
000 •••
000 •••
000 •••
000 •••
• 000 ••
• 0 o ••• 16
15.90 • • 0 •••
· .....
00' ••• f--
o • o •••
, 0 0 •••
000 ••• 3 4 4
, 0 0 o ••
000 ••• Medium dense, brown, Slightly gravelly, 25 16.00 16.45 S 28
' 0 0 o ••
, • o ••• 5 7 9
• , , o ••
• • o ••• very silty, fine to medium SAND.
• • , o •• f--
· . , ...
16.80 o •• o •• 16.40 16.70 D 29
· .....
· . ' ...
¢ '" o 17
o 00
Q ¢.Q 0 f--
c ¢ 0 a 13 12/5 19 17.00 17.29 S 3D
~c:, o<:P.c >50 -
26 5/1.5 -
000 f--
","'¢
~ 0 o<:Pc 17.70 18.00 D 31
Very dense, brown, fine to coarse, weak, -
o ¢ ¢ 18
o Q °0 subangular sandstone GRAVEL.
¢ <> 0 f--
.0 0 0 L:J 10 14 18
"'o°<:Pc_ >50 18.00 18.32 S 32
0<> o 24 8/2 -
0.(; OQ f--
¢ " 0
o Q ¢ ¢
lB.90 00 o <:Pc 19
· ..... f--
o ••••• 10 15 21
o •••••
· ..... >50 19.00 19.31 S 33
• ••• 0'
• •••• 0 Very dense, brown, silty, very gravelly,
••• r, • 24 5/1
• •••• 0 -
..... , fine to medium SAND. Gravels are fine to
· . . . . , f--
o •••••
o ••••• coarse, weak, sandstone. 19.50 19.80 D 34
· , ....
· .....
· . " ..
• •••• L
· ..... 20
· .....
· .....
Remarks: Nil Sheet 2 of 3
~ Test Methods GW.L. Ground water level LEGEND Driller Ranjith Singh
Ground waler level (SPT) as 1377: Part 9: 1990 - Test 3.3 S-SPT TCR - Tolal Core recovery Logged A.M.H
•••••• (Cable Percussion boring) BS 5930:1999, Sec.3 CI.20.5 C·SPT(C} SCR . Solid Core recovery D· Disturbed Sample Checked M.H
Sand Bolling (Rolary Drilling) BS 5930:1999,Sec 3, cl. 20.7 W·Waler RQD • Rock quality Designation CO· Core sample Annex: B f FRM I 3D Issue #2 dated 17/03104

~ Borehole Log Job Ref. SRI 0606226 BH No.: 2
Project Name Proposed Development
"'~'~"~- .. '.~ .. ' .
AI Hai &AI MukaddaJTI Project Location Plot # (319-308) at Oud Metha - Dubai
for Geotechnical Works (LLC)
P.o. Box 60462. Rashldlys. Dubsl Client Mis Kling Consult
Drilling method Light cable Percussion Core Drilling Request No. Q226
Borehole dla, mm 152 Date of drilling Jul 04. 2006 to Ju106,2006
Drilled depth, m 0.00 - 30.00 Cordinates - G.Level,m:
Casing dia.ln/OutlDepth 158mm/170mm/15.0m Drilling Fluid Water G. W.L. m: 4.60
Rig No. 115 Equipment Pilcon Wayfarer 1500
Depth R.L. Log Description of strata SPT. blows Depth Sample TeR SCR RQD
7.5 15 22.5 From To Notes
(m) (rn) 30 37.5 45 N m m TYPE No % % %
· .. · .
L ••• 9 14 16
· ....
· .. >50 20.00 20.36 S 35
· .. · .
· . 19 15/6
· .. · .
· .
· .. · . f--
· .. · .
· ...
· . · .. · . ·
· . Very dense, brown, silty, very gravelly,
· ...
· ... 21
· . · .. · . fine to medium SAND. Gravels are fine to
· .
· .. f--
L •••
· ... · . coarse, weak, sandstone. 10 12 15
· . · .
· ... · . >50 21.00 21.36 S 36
· ...
· ...
· ... 18 17/6
· ..
· .. t--
· .. · .
· ...
· ...
· ...
· ...
· ...
· .. 22
· ....
· ...
L ••• t--
· . · ..
· .. 21 411 34
· ..
• r •• 22.00
· ... >50 22.19 C -
· ...
22.50 · . · .. · . 1613 -
· .
· ... t--
· ..
· . · . 22.60 22.90 D 37
· ..
· ..
· . · .. · . Very dense, reddish brown, slightly
· . 23
· ...
· .. · . gravelly. very silty. fine to coarse,
· ... · . I--
· ..
· ...
· ... · . gypsiferous SAND. 9 13 16
· ... · . 23.00 23.35 S
· ... >50 38
· ... · .
23.60 · ... 19 1515
· .. , · . -
· ...
., ., o t--
23.70 24.00 D 39
o OQ ·
Q "., 0
n Q.¢ 0 24
<:J ., CJ Dense, brown, silty, sandy, fine to coarse, I--
0" OQ weak, subangular sandstone GRAVEL. 9 9 6 24.00 24.45 S 40
Q <> CJ 34
~ 8 8 12
o Q .,
0" 0., I--
., o 0
.,"0
25.00 'to a <:Pc 25
· .... I--
· ... · . Brown, silty to very silty, very gravelly, fine 6 8 8
· .... · .
· ... 25.00 25.43 S 41
· .... >50
· ... · . to medium SAND.
25.40 - - ... 11 14 17/6
· .....
- - .... I--
· . - . - .
· ..... 25.00 25.40 D 42
· .....
· .....
· .....
· ..... 25.70 26.00 D 43 26
· .....
· .....
· ..... I--
· ... · .
· ..... 10 15 17
· ... · .
· ..... >50 26.00 26.34 S 44
· ..... ·
· .....
· ... · . 20 13/4
· ..... -
· .....
· .... f--
· .....
· .....
• •• L ••
· .....
· .....
· ..... 27
· .....
· .....
· ..... f--
· .....
· .....
· ..... 9 16 18
· ..... 27.00 27.34 S
· ..... >50 45
· .....
· ..... 20 1214
· ..... Very dense, brown, very silty, fine to -
· .....
· ..... f--
· .....
· ..... medium SAND.
o •••••
· . · ...
· .....
· . · ...
· . · .. 28
· . · ...
· ..... f--
· .....
· . · ..
· . .... 10 15 19
· .. .. .
· ..... >50 28.00 28.33 S 46
· . · ...
· . .. . .
· . · ... 22 9/3 -
· . ....
· .. f--
· . .. . .
· . · ...
. , ..
· . · ., .
.. . .
· . · .. · .
· . 29
· ...
· .....
· .... · . f--
· ..
· .... · . 12 13/5 23
· ...
· .... >50 29.00 29.28 S 47
· ... · .
· ....
· . · . · . 27 - -
· .... · .
· ... f--
· .....
· ... · .
· .... · .
· ...
· . . . . .
· ... · .
· ..... 30
30.00 · ... · .
· .....
· ... · .
END OF THE BOREHOLE
Remarks Nil Sheet 3 of3
_y_ Test Methods G.W.L. Ground water level Driller Raniith Singh
LEGEND
Ground water level (SPT) BS 1377: Part 9: 1990· Tes13.3 S-SPT TCR - Total Core recovery Logged A.M.H
•••••• (Cable Percussion boring) BS 5930:1999, Sec.3 C1.20.5 C· SPT(C) SCR - Solid Core recovery D· Distwbed Sample Checked M.H
Sand Boiling (Rotary Drilling) 8S 5930:1999,Sec 3, cl, 20.7 W·Water ROD - Rock quality Designation CO· Core sample Annex:B I FRM I 30 Issue #2 dated 17103/04

~. Borehole Log Job Ref. SR/0606226 BH No.: 3
Project Name Proposed Development
'..........,"WM-MW.W~~" __ 'c··, .,
AI Hai&AI Mukaddarn Project Location Plot # (319-308) at Oud Metha " Dubai
for Geotechnical Works (LLC)
P.o. Box 60462, Rashldlya, Oubal Client Mis Kling Consult
Drilling method Light cable Percussion Core Drilling Request No. Q226
Borehole dla, mm 152 Date of drilling July 06,2006 to July 09, 2006
Drilled depth, m 0.00" 30.00 Cordi nates - G.Level,m: -
Casing dia.ln/OutiDepth 158mm/170mm/17.0m Drilling Fluid Water G. W.L. m: 4.45
Rig No. 103 Equipment Pilcon Wayfarer 1500
Depth R.L. Log Description of strata SPT, blows Depth Sample TeR SCR RQD
7.5 15 22.5 From To Notes
(m) (rn) 30 37.5 45 N m m Type No % % %
· ....
· ..... 0.30 0.60 D 1
· ....
· , ....
· ....
· ..... Brown, slightly silty, fine to medium
· ....
· .....
· .... SAND. i--
· .....
· ....
· .....
· . . . . .
· . . . . .
· ....
1.00 · ..... 1
· .....
· .....
· . . . . . -
· .... 2 2 2
· .....
· .... Medium dense, brown, silty, clayey, fine 11 1.00 1.45 S 2
• •••• I
· ....
· ..... 3 3 3
· .... to medium SAND.
o ••••• -
· ....
· .....
1.70 - .... 1.30 1.60 D 3
- .....
· .....
· .....
, ..... 2
· .....
· .....
· .....
· ..... -
· ..... 2 3 7
.......
· .....
· .... 44 2.00 2.45 S 4
· ... , ..
· .... 10 13 14
· .....
• • 0 o.
· ..... -
• • 0 ••
• • • • 0 • 2.10 2.40 D 5
• • 0 • 0
• • • 0 • • Dense, brown, silty, fine to medium
' • 0 0 ••
• • ' •• 0 •
, • 0 ••• SAND. 3
· .....
, .....
· ..... I--
· ....
· ..... 2 4 6
, I ••••
o ••••• 37 3.00 3.45 S 6
.. .. . .
o •••••
· .... B 10 13
· .....
· .... I--
· .....
3.80 • •• L.
• •••• L
· .....
o •••••
• •••• L 4
.0 •••
· ..... Loose, greyish brown, slightly gravelly,
0.0 ••• I--
· .....
· ..... 1 1 1
· ..... silty, fine to medium SAND.
o ••••• 6 4.00 4.45 S 6
4.50 « .... -:-: 2 1 2
· .....
o ¢ ¢ -
Q Q 0.0 4.10 4.40 D 7
¢ Q 0 Very dense, light brown, fine to coarse, 4.70 5.00 D 5
o ¢ <J .0 8
¢ 0 oePe subangular, calcareous sandstone -
00 °0 GRAVEL with cobbles. 9 14 12 C
¢ o 0 >50 5.00 5.38 "
5.40 co _ 10 19 311
¢ ¢
0" ¢ Light grey to light brown. slightly sandy, fine to -
'" Q 0 5.50 5.80 D 9
.0 .0.00 coarse, weak. subangutar sandstone GRAVEL
6.00 oo°ePe with cobbles. 6
000 I--
12 1315 27 6.00 6.24
>50 C -
2314 -
Q I--
000 7
I--
Q Light brown, slightly sandy, weak, 14 11/5 31 7.00 7.24 C
>50 "
000 calcareous shelly sandstone COBBLES. 19/4 " -
I--
7.30 7.60 D 10
0 B
-
000 12 13/4 27 8.00 8.23 C
>50 " -
2314 -
-
8.80 0
¢ ¢ c 9
00 0.0 Dense, greyish brown, slightly silty, f--
¢ o 0 5 10 10
o 00 C1 sandy, fine to coarse, weak, subangular 50 9.00 9.45 S 11 "
oooePe calcareous sandstone GRAVEL. 13 13 14
o 0 0 f--
00 °0 9.20 9.50 D 12
0 o 0
a CI Q .0 10
oooePe
Remarks: Nil Sheet 1 of 3
~ Test Methods G.W.L. Ground water level LEGEND Driller Rafi
Ground water level (SPT) BS 1377: Part 9: 1990 - Test 3.3 S-SPT TCR - Total Core recovery Logged A.M.H
•••••• (Cable Percussion boring) as 5930:1999, Sec.3 C1.20.5 C- SPT(C) SCR - Solid Core recovery D· Disturbed Sample Checked M.H
Sand Boiling (Rotary Drilling) as 5930:1999,Sec 3, cl. 20.7 W-Water ROD· Rock quality Designation CO· Core sample Annex: I : ~

FRM 130 Issue #2 dated 17/03/04

~ Borehole Log Job Ref. SRJ0606226 BH No.: 3
Project Name Proposed Development
x'm-_-.m"-"~~"··
AI Hai & AI Mukaddarn Project Location Plot # (319-308) at Oud Methe - Dubai
for Geotechnical Works (LLC)
P.o. Box 60462, Rash!d!ya, Dube! Client MIs Kling Consult
Drilling method Light cable Percussion Core Drilling Request No. Q226
Borehole dia, mm 152 Date of drilling July 06, 2006 to July 09, 2006
Drilled depth, m 0.00 - 30.00 Cordinates - G.Level,m: -
Casing dia.ln/OutfDepth 158mm/170mm/17. Om Drilling Fluid Water G. W.L. m: 4.45
Rig No, 103 Equipment Pilcon Wayfarer 15001 Nordmeyer DSB 0/3
Depth R.L. Log Description of strata SPT, blows Depth Sample TCR SCR RQ[
7.5 15 22.5 From To Notes
(m) (m) 30 37.5 45 N m m Type No % % %
Co 0 Very dense, greyish brown, slightly silty, sandy, 5 10 11
00 04 fine to coarse, weak, subangular calcareous >50 10.00 10.43 S 13
10.50 C 0 0 12 15 1216
Q"'c sandstone GRAVEL.
c o 0 I--
o °c .
Q Q..::, 0
¢ Q ¢ Q 10.70 11.00 D 14 11
o 0 o<P;:: I--
o <> Q 4 6 12 11.00 11.43 S 15
.00 -: o~ >50
Very dense to dense, greyish brown, 12 13 13/6
Q 0 Q .0 I--
°o°t:Po silty, very sandy, fine to coarse,
o C Q subangular sandstone GRAVEL.
o Q 0<) 12
c 0 0
CJ C1.Q.o I--
00 o <Po 5 6 10 S
coo 49 12,00 12.45 16
o °c 12 13 14
¢ QC) 0 I--
12.80 cO o
o ~A:J.
C C 0 13
00 OQ I--
c 0 0 6 10 9
.0 .0 Q Q Dense, brown, slightly silty, sandy, fine to 38 1.3.00 13.45 S 17
Co o <Po coarse, shelly sandstone GRAVEL. 9 10 10
c c o I--
0.0 °0 13.20 13.50 D 18
<> '" °
14.00 CJ- Q.o Q 14
Co o<Pc
· ..... ,__.
· ..... Medium dense, brown, slightly silty, very 2 2 3
· .....
...... 25 14.00 14.45 S 19
· .....
· ..... gravelly, fine to medium SAND. Gravels 5 7 10
· .....
· .....
· ..... are coarse shelly sandstone. '--
• L ••••
14.70 L ••••• 14.30 14.60 D 20
· .....
· .....
000 15
Brown, slightly silty, slightly sandy. ~
7 16 20
Q gravelly weak, flated sandstone >50 15,00 15.31 S 21
000 COBBLES. 20 4/1 -
I--
15.20 15.50 D 22
.
15.90 Q 16
o o 0 I--
°c 10 15/6 23
00 >50 16.00 16.28 C -
<> '" 0 27
o Q Q 0- - -
Co a <Po I--
c 0 <> 16.30 16.60 D 23
o 0001 17
.0 -O¢ 0
.o()Q.o r-
Oo o<Pc Very dense, whitish light grey, very 12 13/5 25 >50 17,00 17.26 C
c c 0 -
o °0 sandy, fine to medium sandstone 25/6 - -
¢ Q.:) 0 GRAVEL . I--
.oc.oo
00 ° <Po
<> c <> 18
0.0 DoC) I--
<> '" a 13 12/5 27
cr &I Q.t:1 >50 18.00 18.35 C
Q 0 oc:Po -
18.50 .0 <I nO 23/5
,; °0 0 ~
cc<> Very dense, brown, silty, very sandy, fine
'b 0 o<Pc 18.70 19.00 0 24 19
c b 0 to coarse, very weak, sandstone I--
o °c GRAVEL, 11 13 16
(] 0.0 0 >50 19.00 19.34 S 25
19.60 Q 0.0 0- 13 15 6/2
Co a <Po
000 I--
Yellowish brown, slightly silty, sandy,
0 weak, sandstone COBBLES. 20

Remarks: Nil Sheet 2 of 3
~ Test Methods G.W.L. Ground water level LEGEND Driller Rafi
Ground waler level (SPT) BS 1377: Part 9: 1990 - Test 3.3 S-SPT TCR • Total Core recovery Logged A.M.H
•••••• (Cable Percussion boring) BS 5930:1999, Sec.3 CI.20.S C· SPT(C) SCR - Solid Core recovery D· Disturbed Sample Checked M.H
Sand Boiling (Rotary Drilling) BS 5930:1999,S9C 3, ci. 20.7 W·Water ROD - Rock quality Designation CO· Core sample Annex:B I FRM I 30 Issue #2 dated 17/03/04

~. Borehole Log Job Ref. SRlO606226 BH No.: 3
Project Name Proposed Development
AI Hai & AI MukaCIdarn Project Location Plot # (319-308) at Oud Metha ~ Dubal
for Geotechnical Works (LLC)
1".0. Box 60462, Rashldly .. , Oub .. 1 Client MIs Kling Consult
Drilling method Light cable Percussion Core Drilling Request No. Q226
Borehole dia, mm 152 Date of drilling July 06, 2006 to July 09, 2006
Drilled depth, m 0.00 - 30.00 Cordinates - G.Level,m: -
Casing dia.lnfOutiDepth 158mmf170mm/17.0m Drilling Fluid Water G. W.L. m: 4.45
Rig No. 103 Equipment Pilcon Wayfarer 15001 Nordmeyer DSB 0/3
Depth R.L. Log Description of strata SPT, blows Depth Sample TCR SCR RQC
7.5 15 22.5 From To Notes
(m) (m) 30 37.5 45 N m m Type No % % %
000 13 12/5 27
>50 20.00 20.25 C - -
23f5 -
0 t--
000 20.30 20.60 D 26
Yellowish brown, slightly silty, sandy, 21
weak, sandstone COBBLES. t--
0 15 1Of3 28
000 >50 21.00 21.23 C - .
22f5 - -
t--
22.00 0 .
22
· ..... t--
· ..... 3. 3 4
· .....
· ..... 16 22.00 22.45 C
· ..... -
· ... "
· ..... 3 4 5
· .....
· .....
· ..... Medium dense to dense, yellowish t--
· .....
· ..... 22.30 22.60 0 27
· .....
· ..... brown, silty, gravelly, fine to medium
· .....
· .....
· ..... SAND. 23
· .....
· .....
· . . . . . ;--
· .....
· . . . . . 4 5 9
· .....
· . . . . . 40 23.00 23.45 S 28
· .....
23.40 · . . . . . 7 11 13
· .....
· . . . . .
00 ¢ I--
00 00
o o 0 Very dense, brown, slightly silty, sandy, 24
. 0 _
0<> 0 fine to coarse, weak, subangular '--
00 00 sandstone GRAVEL. 5 B 13
0<>0 >50 24.00 24.37 S 29
.0 ¢ 1:1 a
24.50 0,,01:1>..., 17 20 -
· ..... -
.. . .. .
· ..... 24.10 24.50 D 30
.. . .. .
· .....
.. . .. .
· ..... 24.60 24.90 0 31 25
......
· .....
...... -
· .....
.. . .. . 9 12 18
· .....
.. . .. . >50 25.00 25.36 S 32
· .....
.. . .. .
...... 16 l6f6 -
.. . .. .
· .....
...... -
· .....
.. . .. .
· .....
.. . .. .
· .....
.. . .. . 26
· ..... Very dense, greyish brown, silty, very
.. . .. .
· . . . . . -
...... gravelly, fine to medium SAND. Gravels
· .....
...... 8 11 17
· .....
...... are fine to coarse, weak, subangular >50 26.00 26.35 S 33
· .....
· . . . ~ . 19 14f5
· ..... .
.. . ... sandstone .
· ..... -
.. .. ..
· .....
.. . , ..
· ..... -
· .....
· .....
· , .... 27
· .....
· ..... -
· .....
· .....
· ..... 7 13 15
· ..... S
· ..... >50 27.00 27.35 34 "
· .....
· .....
· ..... 20 15f5 -
· .....
· ..... -
.. . .. .
27.70 .. . . . .
......
.. . .. .
· ..
00 <> 28
o e 0.0 -
<> <> 0
<> <> '" 8 14 19 >50 28.00 28.33 C
~o 01:1>9 .
<> 0 o 22 9/3 -
o 00 -
o QC} 0 Very dense, brown, silty, sandy, fine to 28.40 28.80 0 35
.0 Q Q Q
0001:1>0 coarse, weak, subangular, sandstone 29
'" <:> o GRAVEL with cobbles. -
0.0 0.0- 10 15 20
<:> <:> 0 >50 29.00 29.31 C - -
<> <> <>
<> - 26 4/1 -
o o o -
o 00
.Q -0..::, 0
30.00 CJ .04.0 30
00°1:1>0
END OF THE BOREHOLE
Remarks Nil Sheet 3 of3
~ Test Methods G.W.L. Ground water level LEGEND Driller Rafi
Ground water level (SPT) BS 1377: Part 9: 1990 - Test 3_3 S-SPT TCR - Total Core recovery Logged A.M.H
•••••• (Cable Percussion boring) BS 5930: 1999, Sec.3 C1.20.5 C-SPT(C) SCR . Solid Core recovery D· Disturbed Sample Checked M.H
Sand Boiling (Rotary Drilling) BS 5930:1999,Sec 3, ci. 20.7 W-Water ROD - Rock quality Designation CO- Core sample Annex: B I FRM I 30 Issue #2 dated 17/03104

~ Borehole Log Job Ref. SRlO606226 BH No.: 4
Project Name Proposed Development
.... M ... "'''~Ty·C
, AI Hai &AI Mukaddarn Project Location Plot # (319-308) at Oud Metha - Dubai
.. for Geotechnical \Norks (LLC)
P.o. Box 60462, Rashidiya. Dubal Client Mis Kling Consult
Drilling method Light cable Percussion Core Drilling Request No. Q226
., Borehole dia, mm 152 Date of drilling July 07, 2006 to July 09, 2006
Drilled depth, m 0.00 - 30.00 Cordinates - G.Level,m: -
G"'lsing dia.ln/OutiOepth 158mm/170mm/9.0m Drilling Fluid Water G.W.Lm: 4.50
: Rig No. 115 Equipment Pilcon Wayfarer 1500
Depth R.L Log Description of strata SPT, blows Depth Sample TeR SCR RQI:
7.5 15 22.5 From To Notes
N Type No
, (rn) (m) 30 37.5 45 m m % % %
0.20 Brown. slightly silty, gravelly, fine to medium 0.00 0.20 0 1
, SAND. Gravel are black rounded basalt. (MADE
, · . - - - .
0.50 • ___ L _ \GROUND) 0.30 0.50 D 2
• , •• L • Brown, slightly silty, very gravelly, fine to medium f...-
· ..... 0.60 0.90 D 3
.. , .. . . . .
· ..... SAND.
; .. . . . .
· ....
i ••••• L 1
· ....
...... -
; .. _' ... Medium dense, light brown, clayey, fine
· - ....
· - .... 1 2 3
· - . . . .
· .... to medium SAND. 10 1.00 1.45 S 4
· . . . . .
· ....
1.50 · . . . . . 2 3 2
· ....
! · ..... to--
· - . . . .
· ..... 1.60 1;90 D 5
· . . . . .
· .....
· .,' ...
· . . . . .
• L • • • • 2
· .....
, · .....
· . . . . . to--
· .....
· . . . . . 2 3 5
, · .....
· . . . . . 27 2.00 2.45 S 6
· .....
.. . . . .
· ..... Medium dense to dense, brown, slightly 6 B B
..... ,
· .... !---
.. , ...
· .... silty, fine to medium SAND. 0
L, •••• 2.50 2.80 7
· ....
L, ••• , -
· ....
:! .. . . . . 3
· ....
, .....
· .... !---
· . . . . .
· .... 2 3 6
· . . . . .
· .... 3.00 3.45 S 8
...... 39
· ....
· ..... 10 11 12
· ....
· .....
· .... !---
!, · . , ...
3.70 · .... 3.70 4.00 D 9
· , ....
.. ' ....
· ..... 4
· , .... Greyish brown, slightly silty, fine to
i · .....
· ..... I--
· ..... medium SAND.
· .....
4.25 · ..... 1 1 1
· ..... 4.00 S
· ..... 10 4.45 10
4.50 ':': :;j;,:::: Greyish brown mottled dark grey, very silty, very 2 3 4
a 0 o gravelly, fine to medium SAND. Gravel are fine I--
00 0<1 to coarse. weak. sandstone. 4.00 4.40 0 11
0 o a 4.70 5.00 0 12 5
o 0 0
"'l, 0 a <:Pc Very dense, light brown, slightly silty, I--
o 0 <> slightly sandy, fine to coarse, fJated 21 4/1 33 5.00 5.19 C
00 00 >50 -
o 0 a sandstone GRAVEL 17/3 - - .
"'l, 0<> o°<:p: !---
5.60 5.70 6.00 D 13
, 1000 6
;
i to--
0 20 5/1 34 6.00 6.19 C
000 >50 -
16/3
1 to--
0
i 000
7
f...-
0 6 8 13
°00 >50 7.00 7.385 S 14
Greyish light brown, gravelly, weak, 16 18 3/1
-
0 shelly sandstone COBBLES. 7.40 7.70 0 15
, 000
8
0 f--
000 13 1215 1B >50 8.00 8.31 S 16
22 10/3.:
0 to--
000 9
0 f--
000 12 13/5 19 9.00 9.305 S 17
>50
9.50 0 23 B/3 -
0" °0 -
<> <> 0 Ught grey, silty, very sandy. fine to coarse, 9.60 9.90 0 18
. CJ 00.0 weak, subangular sandstone GRAVEL
<> 0 o<:Pc 10

Remarks Nil Sheet 1 of3
._1_ Test Methods G.W.L. Ground water level LEGEND Driller Rani~ Singh
Ground water level (SPT) BS 1377: Part 9: 1990 - Test 3.3 S-SPT TCR - Total Core recovery Logged A.M.H
•••••• (Cable Percussion boring) BS 5930:1999, Sec.3 C1.20.5 C· SPT(C) SCR - Solid Core recovery 0- Disturbed Sample Checked MH
Sand Boiling (Rotary Drilling) BS 5930:1999,Sec 3, cl, 20.7 W-Water ROD - Rock quality Designation CO· Core sample Annex: I FRM I 30 Issue #2 dated 17/03/04

~. Borehole Log ~ob Ref. SRJ0606226 BH No.: 4
Project Name Proposed Development
~- .• .-~-'o~· ,-, L'O' ~~ •• ,.
AI Hai&AI Mukaddarn Project Location Plot # (319-308} at Oud Metha - Dubai
for Geotechnical Works (LLC)
P.o. Box 60462. Rashldiya. Pubal Client Mis Kling Consult
Drilling method Light cable Percussion Core Drilling Request No. Q226
Borehole dia, mm 152 Date of drilling July 07.2006· to July 09, 2006
Drilled depth, m 0.00 - 30.00 Cordinates - G.Level,m: -
Casing dia.ln/OutlDepth 158mm/170mm/9.0m Drilling Fluid Water G.W.L.m: 4.50
Rig No. 115 Equipment Pilcon Wayfarer 15001 Nordmeyer DSB 0/3
, Depth RL. Log Description of strata SPT, blows Depth Sample TCR SCR RQ[J
7.5 15 22.5 From To Notes
(rn) (m) 30 37.5 45 N m m Type . No 0/0 % %
'" '" cr Very dense, light grey, silty, very sandy, a 17 19
e 0., :>50 10.00 10.33 S 19
': Q Q.q 0 fine to coarse, weak, subangular
o .Q Q 0 21 10/3
00 odJo sandstone GRAVEL. -
., '"
a Q U.o 10.70 11.00 D 20 11
'" '" 0
o £1.00 r--
I o 0 00:>0 4 6 12 11.00 11.39 S
-o '" 0 >50 21
0.0 OQ Very dense, light grey, slightly silty, 16 18 4/1.5
'" co 0 sandy, fine to coarse, weak, subangular, -
o ¢ CJ q
'" 0 oePo sandstone GRAVEL.
° ° Q 12
o Q 0.0 -
° '" 0 9 15 18
o cr Q .0 >50 12.00 12.33 S 22
.oooePo 21 11/3 -
o '" Q -
12.70 0" 00
.0 ¢ Q .Q 13
°oodJo -
0O cr 6 B 10
0" 00 Dense, light grey, silty, very sandy, fine 50 13.00 13.45 S 23
., Q 0 12 13 15
o ¢ Q .Q to coarse, very weak, subangular
00°0:>0 I--
Q 0 '" sandstone GRAVEL. 13.40 13.70 D 24
01) 00 14
'" '" 0
o 0 Q ~ r--
14.25 0000:>0 3 4 6 14.00 14.45 S
- - - - .. 50 25
- ..... B 17 19
I · .....
· ..... r--
I · .....
· ..... 14.50 14.80 D 26
· .....
· .....
· .....
· .....
• • L ••• 15
· ..... Dense, greyish light brown, silty, very
• •• L • ,
· ..... r--
· ... , . gravelly, fine to medium SAND.
I · ..... 10 11 12
· .....
· ..... 50 15.00 15.45 S 27
· .....
· .....
· ..... 12 13 13
· .....
· .....
· ..... I--
· .....
· .....
· .....
· .....
r •••••
: · ..... 16
15.90 • • L r ••
· .....
• r •••• I--
'" ° 0 9 12 11
o Q 0.0 >50 16.00 16.43 C -
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I Remarks: Nil Sheet 2 of 3
!
I Ground !ater level Test Methods G.w,L. Ground water level I LEGEND Driller Ranj~ Singh
(SPT} as 1377: Part 9: 1990 - Test 3.3 S-SPT TCR • Total Core recovery Logged A.M.H
•••••• (Cable Percussion boring) as 5930:1999, Sec.3 C1.20.5 C· SPT(C) SCR • Solid Core recovery D- Disturbed Sample Checked M.H
. , Sand Boiling
i (Rotary Drilling) as 5930:1999,Sec 3, d. 20.7 . W-Water ROD - Rock quality Designation CO- Core sample Annex:B / FRM I 3D Issue #2 dated 17/03/04


~ Borehole Log Job Ref. S R1060 6226 BH No.: 4
Project Name Proposed Development
~.~_·_~m,-.ro·"·
AI Hai &AI Mukaddarn Project Location Plot # (319-308) at Oud Metha - Dubai
for Geotechnical Works (LLC)
P.o. Box 60462, Reshldiya, DubaF Client MIs Kling Consult
Drilling method Ugh! cable Percussion Core Drilling Request No. Q226
Borehole dia, mm 152 Date of drilling July 07, 2006 to July 09, 2006
Drilled depth, m 0.00 - 30.00 Cordi nates - G.Level,m: -
Casing dia.ln/OutlDepth 158mm/170mm/9.0m Drilling Fluid Water G.W,L.m: 4.50
.... Rig No. 115 Equipment Pilcon Wayfarer 15001 Nordmeyer DSB 0/3
-:"
Depth R.L. Log Description of strata SPT, blows Depth Sample TCR SCR RQC
7.5 15 22.5 From To Notes
(m) (m) 30 37.5 45 N m m . Type No % % %
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END OF THE BOREHOLE
Remarks Nil Sheet 3 of3
~ Test Methods G.W.L. Ground water level LEGEND Driller Raniit Singh
Ground water level (SPT) BS 1377: Part 9: 1990· Tesl3.3 S-SPT TC R - Total Core recovery Logged A.M.H
, •••••• (Cable Percussion boring) BS 5930:1991), Sec.3 C1.20.5 C· SPT(C) SCR . Solid Core recovery D- Disturbed Sample Checked M.H
Sand Boiling (Rotary Drilling) BS 5930:1999,Sec 3, cl. 20.7 W·Water ROD· Rock quality Desig nation CO- Core sample Annex: B J FRM I 30 Issue #2 dated 17/03/04

· Proposed Development

Plot No.(319-308) at Oud Metha - Dubai JllUlly 11, 2006

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Report No: SRl0606226

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Report of Chemical Analysis

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Client:

Project:

Location:

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Plot No. (319-308) at Oud Metha

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Date of Test:

Page No.

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Test Results

% by mass of Sulphate Content S04 Chloride Content CI pH
Sample Borehole Depth original sample
No. No. (m) passing zrnm Ground Soil Ground Soil
test sieve Water(g/l) (2.1 extract) Water (2.1 extract)
(Q/I) (gIl) %
07 3 4.10- 100 0.37 0.10 8.5
4.40 - ~ Test Methods

Soil & Water

S04 CI pH

8S1377: Part 3: 1990, AMD 9028-1996, Clause 5.3 & 5.4 (water extraction) 8S1377: Part 3: 1990, AMD 9028-1996, Clause 7.2 (water extraction) 8S1377: Part 3: 1990, AMD 9028-1996, Clause 9

Test Method Variation: Sulphate content reported on S04 to the nearest 0.01 gIl, commercial buffer solution pH 7 ± 0.02 at 20°C used.

Remarks: Chloride of Soil Sample; Water to soil 2:1 ratio used for preparing the soluble extract.

Tested By: VNS

Verified By: MP

I FRM.l 39/1ssue #1 Issue Date 10/02/04

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Report of Chemical Analysis

Client:

Project:

Location:

MIs Kling Consult Proposed Development

Plot No. (319-308) at Oud Metha

Report Ref:

Report Date :

Date of Receipt:

Date of Test:

Page No.

SRiOBOB226 10107106 09/07106 09-1 0107/06 1/1

Test Results

% by mass of Sulphate Content S04 Chloride Content CI pH
Sample Borehole Depth original sample
No. No. (rn) passing 2mm Ground Soil Ground Soil
test sieve Water(g/l) (2.1 extract) Water (2.1 extract)
(gIl) (gIl) %
05 1 2.40- 100 0.25 0.06 8.B
2.70 - -
07 2 3.70- 100 0.26 0.03 8.5
4.00 - ~
W12 2 ~ WATER 1.44 - 5.27 ~ 7.4 Test Methods

Soil & Water

S04 CI pH

BS1377: Part 3: 1990, AMD 9028-199B, Clause 5.3 & 5.4 (water extraction) BS1377: Part 3: 1990, AMO 9028~1996, Clause 7.2 (water extraction) BS1377: Part 3: 1990, AMO 9028-1996, Clause 9

Test Method Variation: Sulphate content reported on S04 to the nearest 0.01 gIl, commercial buffer solution pH 7 ± 0.02 at 20°C used.

Remarks: Chloride of Soil Sample; Water to soil 2:1 ratio used for preparing the soluble extract.

Tested By: VNS

Verified By: MP

I FRM.I 39/lssue #1 Issue Date 10/02/04

Proposed Development

Plot No.(31 9·308) at Oud Metha • Dubai

July 11. 2005

Report No: SRl0606226

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Proposed Development

Plot No.(319-308) at Dud Metha - Dubai

July rr, 2006

Report No: SRl0606226

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for Geotechnical Works (LLC)

SHEAR STRENGTH DETERMINATION BY DIRECT SHEAR

AI Hai & AI Mukaddam for Geotechnical Works (LLC)

Job Ref No: SR/0606226

Report Date: 11/07/06

BH No. : 3

Page No. : 1 of 2

Client

Mis Kling Consult

Depth

: 2.10 - 2.40

Project Proposed Development

Sample Ref: 05

Location : Plot # (319-308) at Oud Metha - Dubai

Visual Description: Brown, silty, fine to medium SAND.

Laboratory Information

Date Tested

: 09/07/2006

Test method used

: BS 1377: Part 7: 1990: cI.4.5.4

Method of Preparation: Natural State

Test method variation: None

Specimen tested

Submerged

Results

1. Graph of Shear Stress against Normal Stress

50

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-: »: Specimen area, 3600 mm2
Specimen height 24.1 mm
Rate of Strain 0.05 mm/min
Method of reversal Not applicable
Particle density 2.65 assumed
Bulk density 1.940 Mg/m'
Dry density 1.687 Mg/m3 250

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3 200 115.56 6.6 o

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a

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Tested by :..,.N..,...'P:-:, _

Verified by _M_._H _

Authorised Signature

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P.O. Box: 60462, Rashidiya, Dubai

Annex: /

Dubai

Tel: .. 97142851338 Fax: ... 971 4 2851243

Sharjah

Tel: 971 65583743

Fax: 971 65583718

e-rnall : mmest@emira1es.net.ae

AI Hai & AI Mukaddam for Geotechnical Works (LLC)

Client

Mrs Kling Consult

SHEAR STRENGTH DETERMINATION BY DIRECT SHEAR

BH No. : 3

Job Ref No: SRr0606226

Report Date: 11/07/06

Page No.: 2 of 2

Depth

: 2.10 - 2.40

Project Proposed Development

Sample Ref: D5

Location : Plot #(319-308) at Oud Metha - Dubal

Visual Description: Brown, silty, fine to medium SAND.

Results

3. Graphs of Settlement against Square root time during Consolidation Stage

Square root time (min)

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4. Graphs of Change in specimen thickness during shear

Horizontal Displacement (mm)

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Stage 1

P.O. Box: 60462, Rashldiya, Dubal

Stage 2

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Dubai

Tel: ~ 971 42851338 Fax: .. 971 4 2851243

Sharjah

Tel: .. 971 65583743 Fax: .. 971 6 5583718

Stage 2

e-mail: mmesl@emirates.net.ae

Square root time (min)

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Annex: r

Proposed Development

Plot No.(319-308} at Dud Metha - Dubai

Jhuly 11, 2006

Report No: SRl0606226

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Appendix K1

KEY TO BOREHOLE LOGS

Soil types

SILT

GRAVEL

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COBBLES

SHELL PIECES

PEAT & ORGANIC CLAY

Rock Types

I 0 0 0 0 J I ! SANDSTONE! CALCARENITE
(>-0- <>~o,,___,_
-0-0 -0-0
0-0- 0-0-- GYPSUMI EVAPORITE
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I ~ gCONGLOMERATEI CALCIRUDITE
CLA YSTONEI CALCILUTITE
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x x x x x x x x x
xxxxxxxxx SILTSTONE / CALCISIL TITE
x x xx x x x x x
Logging terms

S.P.T .• Standard Penetration Test. A 50mm diameter split spoon sampler is driven 450mm in the soil using a 65kg hammer with 760mm drop, and the penetration resistance is expressed as the number of blows required to obtain 300mm penetration below an initial penetration of 150mm through any disturbed ground

at the bottom of the borehole

S.P.T.(C) - Standard Penetration test with Cone. A test conducted usually in coarse granular soils using the same procedure as for the SPT but with a 50 mm diameter. 60° apex solid cone fitted to the split spoon sampler.

TCR· Total Core recovery Core recovered as a percentage of length drilled.

ROD - Rock quality designation. Length of core recovered as solid full diameter core pieces in lengths greater than 1 Ocms expressed as a percentage of length drilled.

FRM I 56 issue1 , dated 10/02104

SOIL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM

Appendix K2

Table 1, Soil name (Principal soil type and secondary constituents)

CLASS GRAIN SIZE TERMINOLOGY
mm Principal Soil Secondary Terminology to be used as prefix, with the primary soil type
Type constituents
>200 BOULDERS less Ibal15% 510 20% over 20%
clay + silt
80-200 COBBLES with little f nes • with some fines * with much fines'
(% is greater less than 5% 510 20% over 20%
than sand/ sand/gravel
COARSE SOIL gravel} slightly sandyfgravely sandy/gravely very sandy/gravely
(Percentage oj coarse 20-60 GRAVEL boulders/ less 1/1(111 5% 51020% over 20%
. Jines less than cobbles with occasional with some with many
35"10) medium 6-20 (% a/gravel boulder/cobble' bo ulde rs/cobcles" boulders/cobbles'
g realer than
fine 2-6 sand} clay/silt less than 5% 510 20% over 20%

slightly clayey/silty clayey/silty very silty/clayey
coarse 0.6 -2 SAND sand (gravel less than 5% 510 20% over 20%
medium 0.2-0.6 (% of sand is principal) slightly sandy sandy very sandy
greater than
fine 0.63-0.2 gravel) gravel (sand less than S'to 5 to 20% over 20%
is principalj slightly gravely gravely very gravely
FINE SOILS <0.63mm SILT boulders/ less HUll! 5% 5 fa 20% ovei20%
Classificmion o] cobbles with occasional with some with many
(Percentage of clay &.,i/I is boulder/cobble • boulders/cobbles' boulders/cobbles *
Jines more than based tm
35%) pla.rJiciry chart CLAY less than 35% 35 to 65% over 65%
& not ongrain sand/gravel
size slightly sandy/gravely sandy/gravely very sandy/gravely'"
ORGANIC fibrous CLAY/SILT/SAND organic 2 -5% by weight 5 ·10% by weight > 10% by weight
SOILS PEAT matter slightly organic organic very organic • indicates term to be used as suffix with the principal soil type

••• indicates that soil can be classified as SAND/GRAVEL depending on the engineering behavior of the soil.

Plasticity Chart for classification of Fine Soils

Low plasticity range L

Intermediate, I

High, H

Very high, V

Extremely high, E

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30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

110

120

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Reference: BS:5930, 1999

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SOIL AND ROCK STRENGTH DEFINITIONS

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Table 1** Relative Density of Granular Soil

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Compressive
Strength, kg/cm2
Very weak Gravel size lumps can be crushed between finger and thumb <12.5
Weak Gravel Size lumps can be broken in half by heavy hand pressure 12.5 to 50
Moderately weak Only thin slabs, corners or edges can be broken by hammer blows 50 to 125
Moderately Strong When held in the hand, rock can be broken by hammer blows 125 to 500
Strong When resting on a solid surface, rock can be broken by hammer b!ow~ 500 to 1000
Very strong Rock chipped by heavy hammer blows. 1000 to 2000
Extremely Strong Rock rings on hammer blows. Only broken by sledge hammer >2000 ,
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D,(%)
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5 -10 Loose 5 - 30 28-35
10 - SO Medium dense 30- 60 35 -42
30- 50 Dense 60- 90 38 - 46
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2·4 Soft 16 - 19
4-8 Firm 17-20
8 - 16 Stiff
16 - 32 Very Stiff 19 - 22
>32 Hard Table 5*, Consistency of Organic Soils
Term Field Identification
Firm Fibers already pressed together
Spongy Very compressible and open structure
Plastic Can be moulded in hand and smears on fingers
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Table 8** Elastic Parameters for various Soils

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Type of Soil Elasticitv. MN/m2 Poisson's ratio, 11
Loose sand 10.35·24.15 0.20 - 0.40
Medium dense sand 17.25 - 27.60 0.25 - 0.40
Dense sand 34.50 - 55.20 O.SO - .045
Silty sand 10.35 - 17.25 0.20 - 0.40
Sand and gravel 69.00 - 172.50 0.15 - 0.35
Soft Clay 4.1 - 20.7
Medium clay 20.7 -41.4 0.20 - 0.50
Stiff Clay 41.4-96.6 Table 2 -, Consistency of Cohensionless Soil

No. of blows Relative Density
Classification
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4 - 10 Loose
10 - 30 Medium dense
SO -50 Dense
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description Strength
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Soft 20 -40
Firm 40-75
Stiff 75 - 150
Very Stiff 150 - 300
Hard >300 Table 6* Rock fracture State

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Term ROD
Very Poor 0-25
Poor 25 - 50
Fair 50 -75
Good 75- 90
Excellent 90 - 100 References : * BS 5930

** Principal of Foundation Engineering

- Braja M. Das, 3rd E *** Foundation Analysis & Design

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strength Very weak to weak Moderately weak Moderately strong 10 strong Very strong to extremely strong
Cementation Non cemented to (Well cemented)
Degree Moderately cemented Well cemented increasing cementation Re- crystallised
decreasing porosity
Cone q, < 35 Mpa qc 35 - 85 MPa qc> 85 MPa
Resistance Reference: Clarke & Walker

FRM 159 issue 1. dated 10/02104

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