PRELIMINARY GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION FOR

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, TESTING & COMMISSIONING OF THE PHASE 5 STRATEGIC RESERVOIR PROJECT AL-FAISALIAH DISTRICT, JEDDAH - KSA
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Messrs.: CDM ARABIA P.O. Box: 57239, Riyadh-12174411, KSA Tel: 1 401-439-0138 Email: schweizerre@cdmsmith.com Attn.: Eric Schweizer(P. E. CEng.)

Ref.:S130055Rev-0 Date: 19 May 2013

Subject: Geotechnical Soil Investigation for DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, TESTING &
COMMISSIONING OF THE PHASE 5 STRATEGIC RESERVOIR PROJECT ALFAISALIAH DISTRICT, JEDDAH - KSA

Dear Sirs, Arab Company for Laboratories and Soil (ACES) is pleased to submit this preliminary subsurface investigation report for the proposed to be Geotechnical Soil Investigation for DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, TESTING & COMMISSIONING OF THE PHASE 5 STRATEGIC RESERVOIR PROJECT constructed in Al-Faisaliah district, Jeddah - KSA. This investigation was carried out according to our proposal ref. no. PS1300000126 dated May 9th, 2013. This preliminary report includes the results of the field and laboratory investigations and geotechnical description of the subsurface materials. In the event that additional information or clarifications are required, please contact our office at your convenience. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your confidence and look forward to be of service to you in the near future.

Sincerely yours,
Arab Company for Laboratories and Soil(Aces)

Eng.Zuhdi Raja AlMansour General Manager

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................... 1 1.1 PURPOSE OF STUDY ............................................................................................................. 1 1.2 SCOPE OF WORK.................................................................................................................. 1 2.0 PROJECT DESCRIPTION ....................................................................................................... 1 3.0 SITE DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................ 2 4.0 GEOLOGICAL STUDY…………………………………………………………………………………2 5.0 SEISMICITY AND EARTHQUAKES……………………………………………………………….2 6.0 FIELD EXPLORATION AND LABORATORY TESTING .......................................................... 2 6.1 FIELD EXPLORATION ............................................................................................................. 2 6.1.1 Drilling .................................................................................................................. 2 6.1.2 Sampling from Boreholes...................................................................................... 2 6.2 FIELD TESTING IN BOREHOLE SAMPLES ................................................................................. 3 6.3 LABORATORY TESTING.......................................................................................................... 3 7.0 SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS ....................................................................... 4 7.1 SUBSURFACE MATERIALS ..................................................................................................... 4 7.2 MATERIALS PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES ............................................................ 4 7.3 GROUND W ATER CAVITIES .................................................................................................... 4

TABLE OF CONTENTS

LIST OF APPENDIXES APPENDIX A (LOGS OF BOREHOLE) ......................................................................................... 5 APPENDIX B (LIST OF FIGURES) ............................................................................................... 6 APPENDIX C (LABORATORY TEST RESULTS FOR BOREHOLE SAMPLES) ......................... 11 APPENDIX D (REQUIREMENTS OF BRITISH STANDARDS BS 5328: PART 1:1997 BRE DIGEST 363: 1996 CIRIA GUIDE: 1984) ............................................................................... 12

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE B 1 (SITE GEOGRAPHICAL MAP) .................................................................................. 7 FIGURE B 2 (SITE GEOLOGICAL MAP) ...................................................................................... 8 FIGURE B 3 (SIESMIC ZONATION MAP)...................................................................................... 9 FIGURE B 4 (GENERAL SITE PLAN AND BOREHOLE LAYOUT) .............................................. 10

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0 PROJECT DESCRIPTION The proposed Al-Faisaliah Site Jeddah Strategic Reservoir Project is intended for storage of desalinated water purposes. Each proposed water tank is cylindrical in shape (Diameter 130. site plan and land use maps. Disturbed samples were conducted and collected. App. 4.000 cubic meters of desalinated water. Collecting information and maps particular to the project site such as public services. Carrying out the necessary field and laboratory tests. chemical and mechanical properties of the foundation ground and to submit a factual report describing the findings of the investigation. Jeddah . B1. 2. 1. 5. Reporting and providing conclusions and recommendations for foundation design and construction. (See Figures No 1). No other structure information is available at the time of writing this report No other structure information is available at the time of writing this report. 6.KSA. Performing engineering analysis of field and laboratory findings. 1. S130055-Rev-0-Final Report Page 1 of 12 .000. 2.1. surface topography. Jeddah .0m x high 18.1 Purpose of Study The purpose of this investigation is to determine the surface and subsurface conditions at locations within the proposed project site. B. Drilling and sampling of One (01) exploratory borehole upon client request. The proposed project is located at the property ofAl-Faisaliah site in Al-Faisaliah district. The storage capacity of the proposed reservoirs is about 1. Figure No. This proposed Al-Faisaliah Site Jeddah Strategic Reservoir Project will consist of four ground water tanks structures. Conducting a site visit (reconnaissance) to the proposed building site to collect information about present land use.0 INTRODUCTION This report presents our investigation and analysis of the subsurface conditions at the site of proposed Al-Faisaliah Site Jeddah Strategic Reservoir Projectto be constructed in AlFaisaliahdistrict. geological features and surface drainage.0m). shows the geographic location of the proposed project site area. The proposed structures will be constructed of cast-in-place reinforced concrete and will have all the required facilities of first class and modern complementary medical structures. 3.KSA.2 Scope of Work The scope of work consists of the following: 1. to test the physical.

Jeddah – KSA. B. The samples were obtained from the boreholes.0 FIELD EXPLORATION AND LABORATORY TESTING 6. 4. 5. Based on the site reconnaissance. App. shows the Seismic Zonation Map of the proposed project site area. sewer or water pipes were observed within the project area. A sketch of site plan showing the location of the borings is presented in Figure No. 2013 One (1) borehole were drilled at site.0 GEOLOGICAL STUDY Based on the information obtained from the available geological maps (Prepared by U. 6.3. Jeddah lies in zone 2A where the seismic zone factor is 0. Split– spoon samples were recovered from various depths below ground surface. The locations of all boreholes were provided by the Client (CDM Arabia).1 Drilling During the period from May 9th to 12th. according to Seismic Zonation Map. Figure B3. However. No faults or other special geological features were observed at site. For recommendations for the design requirements for this zone.0m below the existing ground surface.15.S Geological Survey and Arabian American Oil Company).1. A copy of the relevant page from the 1997 UNIFORM BUIDING CODE (Table 16-I – Seismic Zone Factor Z & Table 16-J – Soil Profile Types) is attached in Appendix D. The locations of the boreholes are also shown in Figure No. B4. B3.2 Sampling from Boreholes Disturbed and representative samples were obtained using the split spoon sampler during the Standard Penetration Tests (SPT) that was performed at various depths of the boreholes.No electrical or telephone cables. Geological site map is presented in Figure B2. electricity and water services are provided to the site. placed in proper sequence in wooden boxes and S130055-Rev-0-Final Report Page 2 of 12 . the recovered samples were examined. The number. mounted on Truck. The logs of the boreholes are presented in Appendix A.1 Field Exploration 6. described and classified by our geotechnical engineer.1. App. the design engineer shall consult the International Codes for Seismic Loads and Forces (such as UBC). The surficial ground consists of Sandy materials.1 as instructed by the notes given on the approved borehole layout and the engineer present at site. However. App. the proposed site is flat area. Borehole was drilled to depths -30. The monotony of this structure is interrupted by system of fractures oriented parallel to the axis of Red Sea and by secondary fractures that strike north-south. The drilling was executed with Agbo(RJ-08) type drill rig. 6. depth and coordinate of borehole is given in the Figure No.0 SEISMICITY AND EARTHQUAKES JEDDAH quadrangle is located on the east side of the Red Sea escarpment and forms part of large monoclinal structure that dip 1o on average to the north – north east. using the rotary air flush drilling method. B.0 SITE DESCRIPTION This proposed Al-Faisaliah Site Jeddah Strategic Reservoir Project to be constructed at the property of Al-Faisaliah site in Al-Faisaliah district. B. the project area is covered by (Qu) ALLUVIUM – Sand & Gravel in Wadis material with unconsolidated surficial deposits.

The following tests were performed according to American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard and British Standard (BS) Standards. "Penetration Test and Split Barrel Sampling of Soils". clause 5 "Determination of the Sulphate Content of Soil and Ground Water".3 "Determination of Acid-Soluble Chloride Content". Interpretation of the test results are also given in the legend. The tests were performed in accordance with the following specification: ASTM D 1586-99. 1377: Part 3: 1990. 5. Plastic Limit and Plasticity Index of Soils". C1. Interpretation of the test results are also given in the legend. The moist samples were placed in waterproof plastic bags before they were placed in the wooden boxes. Standard Test Method for "Laboratory Determination of Water (Moisture) Content of Soil and Rock by Mass". 6.with the use of 140 lb. The test results are shown on the boring logs at depths of the tests.T) isdefined in the legend to boring logs.hammer to recover samples in split-spoon sampler.3 Laboratory Testing In order to determine the physical and mechanical properties of the ground materials. The tests were performed in accordance with the ASTM D 1586-84 (1992). Standard Test Method for "Particle-Size Analysis of Soils". Standard Test Method For. 3. Nitric acid was used.and Cone attachment was used where necessary. 2 and 3 carried out on samples obtained from the boreholes are summarized in Table No. Downhole hammer was also used to advance the borings between sampling intervals. 2. The definition of Standard Penetration Test (SPT) and useful SPT correction are presented in the legend to borings logs. consistencies and strength of the ground materials. laboratory tests were performed on selected samples from the boreholes. Standard Test Method for "Liquid Limit. The SPT blow counts provide useful index to obtain approximate relative densities.S. "Penetration Test and Split Barrel Sampling of Soils".S. 5 and 6). whichever is relevant: 1. The SPT blow counts at different depths are presented on logs of borings (Appendix A). B. The results of tests 1. Samples retrieved inside the split spoon samplers were preserved in watertight bags properly marked with boreholes location and depth. 4.P.2 Field Testing in Borehole Samples Standard Penetration Tests (SPT) was performed at various depths in all boreholes to obtain approximate relative densities of the ground materials. Tables No. Gravimetric method for acid extracts in which Hydrochloric acid was used. 6.taken to our laboratories for testing. ASTM D 422-63 (1998).S. 6. B. 1377: Part 3: 1990. 1377: Part 3: 1990. ASTM D 2216-98. attached at the end of this report. attached in App. C2a and C2b contain the chemical test results of the soil samples (Tests 4. A. clause 7. ASTM D 4318-00. The Standard Penetration Test (S. The results of all laboratory tests are summarized in all laboratory tests results are presented in Appendix C. B. S130055-Rev-0-Final Report Page 3 of 12 . clause 9 "Determination Of The pH Value".

3 Ground Water Cavities During the drilling ground water was encountered in the borehole at a depth of -2. Foundation dynamic study was not included in the scope of our contract. No cavities were encountered in any of the boreholes to the drilled depths. The results obtained from the grain size analysis were presented in Appendix C and plotted on Appendix C for the Borehole. Note: It should be noted that the borings show subsurface conditions at the locations.8m below the ground level. and used for material classification according to Unified Classification System and AASHTO Classification System.2 Materials Physical and Mechanical Properties The field and laboratory tests results as well as the corresponding material classification for the ground materials were presented in Table No.7. reevaluation of recommendations would be necessary. If ground condition substantially differs with that given in this report during construction. 7. Appendix A& Appendix C were used to describe the relative densities of the soils.0 SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS 7. the ground water table could be fluctuating. Appendix C. The tables given in the legend to boring logs. C1. The description of the subsurface materials at the site and their corresponding approximate average depths and any further information about the encountered materials can be obtained from the logs of boring. times. The ground water levels are shown in Borehole logs. Appendix A. and greater depths than indicated. 7. and depths indicated and it is not warranted that they are strictly representative of the materials and conditions at other locations. Based on our experience. S130055-Rev-0-Final Report Page 4 of 12 . dates.1 Subsurface Materials The description of the subsurface materials at the site and the approximate average depths (at which they were encountered in the borehole) and any further information about the encountered materials can be obtained from the logs of boring. Appendix A. It should be mentioned that the ground water level may be unstable and vary with time.

APPENDIX A (LOGS OF BOREHOLE) S130055-Rev-0-Final Report Page 5 of 12 .

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a/SJ S130055 Appendix A Page 2 of 5 .rev.Form # qp091-5.

FAISALIAH .5 SPT5 7. Dry to Wet. (mm): Casing Depth (m): 3 N TCR SCR RQD FI (MPa) Blows (%) (%) (%) UCS Description of Strata SILTY SAND Medium Dense to Very Dense.8 14 21 30 51 (4) 8 P6 8-9 9 SPT6 9 . Project Ref.80 Depth Drilling Method: Rotary Percussive Boring Started: 5/9/2013 Boring Completed: 5/12/2013 Rig: Agbo(RJ-08) Driller: Walid SPT Records Core Recovery Field Records 15-30 (cm) 30-45 (cm) Core Dia. 7 P5 6.5 . Brown.JEDDAH STRATEGIC RESERVOIR PROJECT.7.5 .5 .4. Wet.5 .5 13 16 21 37 6 POORLY GRADED SAND Dense to Very Dense.5 1 SPT1 1. KSA Client: CDM Arabia Total Depth (m): 30 Ground Level (m): Coordinates: N= E= Samples Scale (m) Type and Number Depth (m) 0-15 (cm) Borehole No. ASTM D2488).2 8 9 10 19 2 P2 2-3 (6) SPT2 3 . Strength Checked By: Dr Amer Page 3 / 5 . Poorly Graded Sand. No.1. Brown. BH-02 Sheet 1 of 3 Drilling Medium: Water Flush Boring Dia. (mm): 101.5 10 11 14 25 3 4 P3 3.5 12 29 38 67 10 Undisturbed Sample Key: Disturbed Sample Key: CS: Core Sample DB: Drive Barrel SH: Shelby Tube Logged By: Abdul alim Appendix A P:Percussion SPT:Standard Penetration Test AU:Auger Abbreviations: Remarks: Ground Water Table * The samples were described in accordance with appropriate standards (BS 5930. (mm): 127 Water Depth (m): 2.3.3 Casing Dia.: S130055 Location: AL.JEDDAH.5 9 24 30 54 5 P4 5-6 6 SPT4 6 . Silty Sand.Borehole Log Project: AL. (Thickness) (m) Reduced Level Legend (m) P1 0 .9. TCR: Total Core Recovery SCR: Solid Core Recovery RQD: Rock Quality Recovery FI: Fracture Index UCS:Unconfined Comp.5 SPT3 4.5 .FAISALIAH .6.

Wet. BH-02 Sheet 2 of 3 Drilling Medium: Water Flush Boring Dia.19. TCR: Total Core Recovery SCR: Solid Core Recovery RQD: Rock Quality Recovery FI: Fracture Index UCS:Unconfined Comp.5 . 19 P13 18. Project Ref. Poorly Graded Sand.5 (2) SPT13 19. ASTM D2488).5 .5 16 20 21 41 16 P11 15.12 12 SPT8 12 . (mm): Casing Depth (m): 3 Depth (m) 9.3 Casing Dia.5 N TCR SCR RQD FI (MPa) Blows (%) (%) (%) UCS Description of Strata POORLY GRADED SAND Dense to Very Dense.FAISALIAH . No.80 Depth Drilling Method: Rotary Percussive Boring Started: 5/9/2013 Boring Completed: 5/12/2013 Rig: Agbo(RJ-08) Driller: Walid SPT Records Core Recovery Field Records 0-15 (cm) 15-30 (cm) 30-45 (cm) Core Dia.JEDDAH. KSA Client: CDM Arabia Total Depth (m): 30 Ground Level (m): Coordinates: N= E= Samples Scale (m) Type and Number P7 Borehole No.14 15 21 25 46 (8) 14 P10 14 .FAISALIAH .13.: S130055 Location: AL. (mm): 127 Water Depth (m): 2. Brown.5 .5 SPT9 13. (Thickness) (m) Reduced Level Legend (m) SPT7 10. Strength Checked By: Dr Amer Page 4 / 5 .5 .18.17 14 24 27 51 17 P12 17 .18 18 SPT12 18 . (mm): 101.15 15 SPT10 15 .12.16.5 .5 .10.11 11 20 22 42 11 P8 11 .15.5 SPT11 16.5 8 19 23 42 13 P9 12.5 14 27 31 58 18 POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT AND GRAVEL Very Dense.5 .Borehole Log Project: AL.5 .JEDDAH STRATEGIC RESERVOIR PROJECT.20 13 30 33 63 20 Undisturbed Sample Key: Disturbed Sample Key: CS: Core Sample DB: Drive Barrel SH: Shelby Tube Logged By: Abdul alim Appendix A P:Percussion SPT:Standard Penetration Test AU:Auger Abbreviations: Remarks: Ground Water Table * The samples were described in accordance with appropriate standards (BS 5930. Wet. Poorly Graded Sand with Silt and Gravel. Brown to Dark Brown.

Wet. Brown to Dark Brown.25.80 Depth Drilling Method: Rotary Percussive Boring Started: 5/9/2013 Boring Completed: 5/12/2013 Rig: Agbo(RJ-08) Driller: Walid SPT Records Core Recovery Field Records 15-30 (cm) 30-45 (cm) Core Dia.5 .Borehole Log Project: AL. Wet. (mm): 101.30 END OF BORING Undisturbed Sample Key: Disturbed Sample Key: 30 CS: Core Sample DB: Drive Barrel SH: Shelby Tube Logged By: Abdul alim Appendix A P:Percussion SPT:Standard Penetration Test AU:Auger Abbreviations: Remarks: Ground Water Table * The samples were described in accordance with appropriate standards (BS 5930. (mm): Casing Depth (m): 3 N TCR SCR RQD FI (MPa) Blows (%) (%) (%) UCS Description of Strata POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT AND GRAVEL Very Dense. (Thickness) (m) Reduced Level Legend (m) P14 20 .5 12 29 37 66 (2.28. Strength Checked By: Dr Amer Page 5 / 5 .5 22.5 27 50-10 >50 25 P17 24. ASTM D2488). Poorly Graded Sand with Silt and Gravel.5) 26 P18 26 .5 24 50-14 >50 28 P19 27.24. KSA Client: CDM Arabia Total Depth (m): 30 Ground Level (m): Coordinates: N= E= Samples Scale (m) Type and Number Depth (m) 0-15 (cm) Borehole No.21 21 SPT14 21 .3 Casing Dia.JEDDAH. (mm): 127 Water Depth (m): 2.5 SPT19 28. Project Ref.24 POORLY GRADED SAND WITH GRAVEL Very Dense.5 SPT17 25.5 .26 29 50-12 >50 (7. No.27.5 .FAISALIAH . BH-02 Sheet 3 of 3 Drilling Medium: Water Flush Boring Dia. 24 SPT16 24 .23 15 25 32 57 23 P16 23 .5 .5 SPT15 22.21.22.FAISALIAH .5) 22 P15 21.27 27 SPT18 27 .JEDDAH STRATEGIC RESERVOIR PROJECT. Brown. TCR: Total Core Recovery SCR: Solid Core Recovery RQD: Rock Quality Recovery FI: Fracture Index UCS:Unconfined Comp. Poorly Graded Sand with Gravel.5 .5 .29 22 32 50-2 >50 29 P20 29 .: S130055 Location: AL.

APPENDIX B (LIST OF FIGURES) S130055-Rev-0-Final Report Page 6 of 12 .

: S130055 Location: Al-FaisaliahDistrict. B 1 of 5 S130055-Rev-0-Final Report S130055-Rev-0-Final Report Page 7 of 12 . Jeddah. Client: CDM Arabia Legend Project Site Site Geographical Map Date: 19-05-2013 Figure No.FIGURE B 1 (SITE GEOGRAPHICAL MAP) Site Geographical Map Project Name: Al-Faisaliah Site Jeddah Strategic Reservoir Project Project No.

B 2 of 5 S130055-Rev-0-Final Report Page 8 of 12 . Jeddah. Client: CDM Arabia S130055-Rev-0-Final Report Legend Project Site Site Geographical Map Date: 19-05-2013 Figure No.: S130055 Location: Al-Faisaliah District.FIGURE B 2 (SITE GEOLOGICAL MAP) Site Geographical Map Scale 1: 175.000 Project Name: Al-Faisaliah Site Jeddah Strategic Reservoir Project Project No.

FIGURE B 3 (SIESMIC ZONATION MAP) Seismic Zonation Map Scale 1: 175. B 3 of 5 S130055-Rev-0-Final Report Page 9 of 12 . Jeddah. Client: CDM Arabia S130055-Rev-0-Final Report Legend Project Site Seismic Zonation Map Date: 19-05-2013 Figure No.000 Project Name: Al-Faisaliah Site Jeddah Strategic Reservoir Project Project No.: S130055 Location: Al-Faisaliah District.

FIGURE B 4 (GENERAL SITE PLAN AND BOREHOLE LAYOUT) S130055-Rev-0-Final Report Page 10 of 12 .

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APPENDIX C (LABORATORY TEST RESULTS FOR BOREHOLE SAMPLES) S130055-Rev-0-Final Report Page 11 of 12 .

0 SPT 22.P 85.075 mm) Depth Atterberg Limits Sieve Analysis Passing (m) 1.P 95.5 9.8 17.75 mm) #10 (2.8 70.0 82.4 N.2 17.8 7.5 3.0 N.9 3.6 66.3 81.5 LL: Liquid Limit qu : Unconfined Strength PI : Plasticity Index F.4 N.6 PL % PI #4 (4.Table C 1-a Laboratory Test Results BH LL % N.3 Bulk Dry Moisture Densisty Density Content (%) g/cm3 g/cm3 Soil Type as per AASHTO (M145) & (ASTM D-2487) SM SP SP SP-SM SP SP Unconfined Compressive Strength qu F.7 1.8 N.5 SPT 6.1 16.P 88.425 mm) #200 (0.5 SPT 25.9 49.5 85.3 16.8 1.P 78.P 87. SPT 1.6 7.5 3.S E Kg/cm2 % Kg/cm2 No.9 14.3 51.0 82.0 BH.0 6.4 N.3 25. C 1 of 8 S130055 ASH/ ACES2013/S130055 .S : Failure Strain PL: Plastic Limit App.0 SPT 12.P 64.02 SPT 18.00 mm) #40 (0.

C 2 of 8 S130055 .2642 0. C2b Chemical Test Results of Water Samples from Boreholes Borehole No. BH-02 SO3 mg/l 1902 Cl mg/l 4266 PH 7. C2a Chemical Test Results of Soil Samples from Boreholes (Acid Extract Method) (BS1377:1990: Part 3) Borehole No. BH-02 BH-02 Depth (m) 0.0709 0.9 7.Table No.5-3.0-1.3680 Chloride Cl (%) 0.9 Ec µs/cm 15450 TDS ppm 9895 APP.0 Sulpher Trioxide SO3 (%) 0.5 1.2827 PH 7.8 Table No.

0% 0.0% 0. C 3 Of 8 Figure No. "N" 100 Non Plastic #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 APP.0 % 0.0% 60.0% 88.8% 10.0 % 90.3% 0. CC = Coeff.3% 0.0% 49.0% 93.9% 0. % 0. of Uniformity.0% 0.0% 80.0% 0. % 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 10 Number of Blows. Silty Sand BH No Depth (m) Project No.01 0.5M % Gravel = 11.9% 0.5% % Sand = 39.0 % 100.0% 85.0 % 0.0% 88.75''(45.0% 40.1 1 10 100 Particle Size (mm) Sieve Sizes Sieve Results Liquid Limit Determination #1 Weight of Wet Soils + Pan: Weight of Dry Soils + Pan: Weight of Pan: Weight of Dry Soils: Weight of Moisture: % Moisture: N: % Moisture #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Liquid Limit 100% 90% 80% 70% Liquid Limit @ 25 Blows: Plastic Limit: Plasticity Index.5 % AASHTO CLASSIFICATION: A-4 Coeff.3) 1. CU = Fineness Modulus= # S130055 Grain Size Distribution % Passing 0.0% 90.0% BH-2 SPT 1.0% 49.0% 100.5) 1.0 % 0. Sample Weight (g): Sieve Size (mm) 3'' (75) 2.5) 1"(25) 3/4''(19) 5/8"(16) 1/2"(12.50"(37.0 % 100.5% 70.0% 100.5) 3/8"(9.0 % 100.0% 0.0% 70.0% 93.5) #4 (4.0% % Silt & Clay = 49.0% 100.425) #200 (0.50'' (64) 2"(50) 1.8% 0.0% 100.4%0.0 % 70.075) #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A 374 Cumulative Interpolated Percent Percent Passing Passing 100.ASTM D-2487 Unified Soils Classification System SM. of Curvature.0% 90. % 0.0% 50.0 % 85.5% 0.5% 49.5% 0.5% 20.0% 0.75) #10 (2) #40 (0.0% 100.4% 0.25"(31.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0 % 100.001 0.0% 0.0% 30.0 % 100. IP: Plastic Limit Determination #1 Weight of Wet Soils + Pan: Weight of Dry Soils + Pan: Weight of Pan: Weight of Dry Soils: Weight of Moisture: % Moisture: 0. C1 C1 .

0% 0.5% 0.0% 0.01 0.7 % AASHTO CLASSIFICATION: A-1-b Coeff.25"(31. Poorly graded Sand BH No Depth (m) Project No.0% 3.0% 90.0% 95.0% 3.5) 1.0% 97.5% 0.6% 0.0 % 100. C1 C2 .0% 0. of Uniformity.0% 100.ASTM D-2487 Unified Soils Classification System SP.0% 97.0% 0.0 % 100.001 0.0% 100.425) #200 (0.75''(45.0% 80. % 0.0% 100. of Curvature.0 % 97.0% 0.0% % Sand = 91.0% 0.0% BH-2 SPT6.50"(37. IP: Plastic Limit Determination #1 Weight of Wet Soils + Pan: Weight of Dry Soils + Pan: Weight of Pan: Weight of Dry Soils: Weight of Moisture: % Moisture: 0.0 % 0.7% 20. % 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 10 Number of Blows.0 % 100.0% 7.5) 1"(25) 3/4''(19) 5/8"(16) 1/2"(12.0% 0.5) 3/8"(9.0% 0.0 % 0.0 % 82.6% 10.0% 0.0% 60. Sample Weight (g): Sieve Size (mm) 3'' (75) 2. CU = Fineness Modulus= # S130055 Grain Size Distribution % Passing 0.0 % 100.1% 0.5) #4 (4.0% 82.3% % Silt & Clay = 3.0% 40.0% 100.0 % 100.075) #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A 242 Cumulative Interpolated Percent Percent Passing Passing 100.7% 3. % 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0 % 7.0% 95.50'' (64) 2"(50) 1.0% 97.C 4 Of 8 Figure No.0% 100.0M % Gravel = 5.0% 50.0% 100.1%0.0 % 0.0% 0.1 1 10 100 Particle Size (mm) Sieve Sizes Sieve Results Liquid Limit Determination #1 Weight of Wet Soils + Pan: Weight of Dry Soils + Pan: Weight of Pan: Weight of Dry Soils: Weight of Moisture: % Moisture: N: % Moisture #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Liquid Limit 100% 90% 80% 70% Liquid Limit @ 25 Blows: Plastic Limit: Plasticity Index.0% 30.7% 70. CC = Coeff. "N" 100 Non Plastic #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 APP.3) 1.75) #10 (2) #40 (0.

Poorly graded Sand BH No Depth (m) Project No.0% 90.0 % 81.5% 1. % 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 10 Number of Blows.0% 90.25"(31.0 % 0.0% 0.3% 0. C 5 Of 8 Figure No.0 % 0.5) 1. % 0.75) #10 (2) #40 (0.9% 0.0 % 100.0% 100.0% 98.50'' (64) 2"(50) 1.8% % Silt & Clay = 1.0% 0.0% 87. of Uniformity.0% 100.4% 0.1 1 10 100 Particle Size (mm) Sieve Sizes Sieve Results Liquid Limit Determination #1 Weight of Wet Soils + Pan: Weight of Dry Soils + Pan: Weight of Pan: Weight of Dry Soils: Weight of Moisture: % Moisture: N: % Moisture #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Liquid Limit 100% 90% 80% 70% Liquid Limit @ 25 Blows: Plastic Limit: Plasticity Index.0% 40.0 % 100.50"(37.0% 100.0% 80. C1 C3 .0 % 100.075) #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A 204 Cumulative Interpolated Percent Percent Passing Passing 100.5) 3/8"(9.0% 0.0% 0.425) #200 (0.0% 98.0% 0.0% 100.9% 10.0 % 100.5 % AASHTO CLASSIFICATION: A-1-b 3 Coeff.0 % 3.0% 50.0% 60.0 % 90.2%0.0% 0.3) 1.0% 100. % 0.0% 100.5) #4 (4. Sample Weight (g): Sieve Size (mm) 3'' (75) 2.01 0.75''(45.001 0.4% 0.3% 0.0M S130055 % Gravel = 12. CU = Fineness Modulus= # Grain Size Distribution % Passing 0.5% 70.0% 81.0% BH-2 SPT 12. "N" 100 Non Plastic #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 APP.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 1.2% 0.ASTM D-2487 Unified Soils Classification System SP.0 % 0.5% 20.0% 3.0% 30.0 % 100.0% 0.7% % Sand = 85.0% 0.0% 1. IP: Plastic Limit Determination #1 Weight of Wet Soils + Pan: Weight of Dry Soils + Pan: Weight of Pan: Weight of Dry Soils: Weight of Moisture: % Moisture: 0.0% 87.5) 1"(25) 3/4''(19) 5/8"(16) 1/2"(12.

5) 1.0 % 100.0% 100.5% 0. % 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 10 Number of Blows.0% 40.075) #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A 220 Cumulative Interpolated Percent Percent Passing Passing 100.0% 0.2%0.0% 9.3% 0.3% 10.25"(31.0% 100.0% 51.0% 100. C1 C4 .0 % 100.0% 0. IP: Plastic Limit Determination #1 Weight of Wet Soils + Pan: Weight of Dry Soils + Pan: Weight of Pan: Weight of Dry Soils: Weight of Moisture: % Moisture: 0.50"(37. "N" 100 Non Plastic #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 APP.0 % 51. % 0. CC = Coeff.0% 0.0% 0.3) 1.0 % 0.75) #10 (2) #40 (0.0 % 0.0% 60. Poorly graded Sand with Silt and Gravel BH No Depth (m) Project No.0 % 88.0 % 100.5) 3/8"(9.5) 1"(25) 3/4''(19) 5/8"(16) 1/2"(12. % 0.0% 90.0% 90. Sample Weight (g): Sieve Size (mm) 3'' (75) 2.0 % 82.0 % 100.0% 9.1 1 10 100 Particle Size (mm) Sieve Sizes Sieve Results Liquid Limit Determination #1 Weight of Wet Soils + Pan: Weight of Dry Soils + Pan: Weight of Pan: Weight of Dry Soils: Weight of Moisture: % Moisture: N: % Moisture #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Liquid Limit 100% 90% 80% 70% Liquid Limit @ 25 Blows: Plastic Limit: Plasticity Index.0% 85.0% 0.0% 0.5% 70.2% 0.75''(45.8% 0.5 % AASHTO CLASSIFICATION: A-2-4 Coeff.0% 0.0% 100. CU = Fineness Modulus= # S130055 Grain Size Distribution % Passing 0.001 0.0% 82.5% 9.5) #4 (4.5% % Silt & Clay = 9.5% 0.ASTM D-2487 Unified Soils Classification System SP-SM.01 0.425) #200 (0.0% 85.8% 0.0% 0.0% 90.5% 20.0% 0.0 % 0.0% 50.0% 0.0% 88. C 6 Of 8 Figure No.0% 80.0% 100.0 % 100.0% 30. of Curvature.50'' (64) 2"(50) 1. of Uniformity.0% % Sand = 75.0% 100.0% BH-2 SPT 18.0M % Gravel = 15.0% 0.

0 % 7. Sample Weight (g): Sieve Size (mm) 3'' (75) 2.0% 64.0% 77.0% 50.5M % Gravel = 35.0 % 0.0% 0.5) 1"(25) 3/4''(19) 5/8"(16) 1/2"(12.0% 0.3% 0.8% 0.0% 0.0% 30.0% 0.0% 72.5) #4 (4.0%0.0% 7.75''(45.075) #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A 213 Cumulative Interpolated Percent Percent Passing Passing 100.6% % Silt & Clay = 3.0% 100.001 0.0% 0.0% 72.4% 10.0 % 0.0% 0. CC = Coeff.0% 3.0% 80.0% 90. CU = Fineness Modulus= # S130055 Grain Size Distribution % Passing 0.8% 20. C1 C5 .01 0.5) 1.8% 0.0 % 81.25"(31.0 % 100.425) #200 (0.0% 60.0 % 69.5) 3/8"(9.0% 69.0% 64.0% 100. % 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 10 Number of Blows. % 0.0% 100.3) 1.0% 100.ASTM D-2487 Unified Soils Classification System SP.0% 81.7% % Sand = 60.0% 40.0 % 0. % 0.3% 0. Poorly graded Sand with Gravel BH No Depth (m) Project No.0% 3.50'' (64) 2"(50) 1.0 % 100.3% 0.50"(37.0 % 77.0 % 100.0% 0.1 1 10 100 Particle Size (mm) Sieve Sizes Sieve Results Liquid Limit Determination #1 Weight of Wet Soils + Pan: Weight of Dry Soils + Pan: Weight of Pan: Weight of Dry Soils: Weight of Moisture: % Moisture: N: % Moisture #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Liquid Limit 100% 90% 80% 70% Liquid Limit @ 25 Blows: Plastic Limit: Plasticity Index.4% 0.75) #10 (2) #40 (0. of Uniformity.0% 0.2% BH-2 SPT 22.0% 0.2% 0.8 % AASHTO CLASSIFICATION: A-1-a Coeff. C 7 Of 8 Figure No. "N" 100 Non Plastic #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 APP. of Curvature.3% 0.0% 25. IP: Plastic Limit Determination #1 Weight of Wet Soils + Pan: Weight of Dry Soils + Pan: Weight of Pan: Weight of Dry Soils: Weight of Moisture: % Moisture: 0.8% 70.0 % 25.8% 3.

4% 0.5M % Gravel = 21.50'' (64) 2"(50) 1.6% 20.3) 1.0% 78.0 % 100.0% 0.4% % Sand = 77.0% 66.0% 6.0% 90.0% 30.0% 0.425) #200 (0.0% 0.25"(31.6% 0.0% 0.0 % 100.0% 0. % 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 10 Number of Blows. of Curvature.7% 0. IP: Plastic Limit Determination #1 Weight of Wet Soils + Pan: Weight of Dry Soils + Pan: Weight of Pan: Weight of Dry Soils: Weight of Moisture: % Moisture: 0. CU = Fineness Modulus= # S130055 Grain Size Distribution % Passing 0.1 1 10 100 Particle Size (mm) Sieve Sizes Sieve Results Liquid Limit Determination #1 Weight of Wet Soils + Pan: Weight of Dry Soils + Pan: Weight of Pan: Weight of Dry Soils: Weight of Moisture: % Moisture: N: % Moisture #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Liquid Limit 100% 90% 80% 70% Liquid Limit @ 25 Blows: Plastic Limit: Plasticity Index.0% 0.0 % 0.2%0.0% 80.0% 100.5) 1"(25) 3/4''(19) 5/8"(16) 1/2"(12. of Uniformity.0% 0.75''(45.0% 100.75) #10 (2) #40 (0.8% 0.6% 70.0% 1. CC = Coeff.0% 100.0% 80. "N" 100 Non Plastic #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 APP.0% BH-2 SPT 25.7% 0.50"(37. % 0.0% 50. % 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 60.0 % 100.0% % Silt & Clay = 1.0% 99.6% 1.8% 10. C 8 Of 8 Figure No.0 % 100.0 % 100. Poorly graded Sand with Gravel BH No Depth (m) Project No.0 % 6.01 0.2% 0.4% 0.0% 78.0% 0.5) 1.0% 100.6% 0.5) #4 (4.075) #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A 187 Cumulative Interpolated Percent Percent Passing Passing 100.0% 100.0 % 66.0 % 80.0% 1.0 % 0.0 % 0. Sample Weight (g): Sieve Size (mm) 3'' (75) 2.ASTM D-2487 Unified Soils Classification System SP.6 % AASHTO CLASSIFICATION: A-1-b Coeff.5) 3/8"(9.0% 99.0% 40.001 0. C1 C6 .

APPENDIX D (REQUIREMENTS OF BRITISH STANDARDS BS 5328: PART 1:1997 BRE DIGEST 363: 1996 CIRIA GUIDE: 1984) S130055-Rev-0-Final Report Page 12 of 12 .

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