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ENGINEERING STANDARD
STANDARD NO: 01060 DATE: 9/99 REVISION: 4 ESB TECH COMMITTEE: Civil/Structural

SAVANNAH

Structural Design Criteria

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INITIAL ISSUE

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Included DOE Order 420.1, the SBC, requirements for concrete anchors and chipping, deleted unused acronyms and references, and editorials. Included site specific design spectra for PC3 and PC4, UBC 1997 seismic loads and loading combinations and editorials. Revised basic wind speed from "fastest mile" to "three seconds gust". Added UBC seismic ductility provisions and earthquake load factor of 1.2 for new PC-3 and PC-4 structures, increase PC-3 design basis tornado speed to 178 mph, added automobile in the PC-3 tornado missile criteria, took out dates of reference National Codes and Standards, and added notes to some loading combinations. Added reference criteria for stacks, removed the SBC, added dynamic settlement load factor of 1.2 for new PC-3 and PC-4 structures, added correlation between Functional Classification and Performance Categories, revised PC 1 and PC2 design wind speeds, and revised PC-3 design basis spectra.

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1.0 PURPOSE AND SCOPE 1.1 This document provides minimum structural design criteria for all new facilities and modifications to existing facilities, both permanent and temporary, at the Savannah River Site (SRS). 1.2 The code year is established by the issue date of the project criteria documents. For modifications and additions to existing facilities, the Code of Record shall be established by the Design Authority. DOE Order 420.1 (Ref. 6.1.3) requires validation of existing designs, including designs with natural phenomena hazards assessment older than 10 years, against the current DOE natural phenomena hazard design criteria. 2.0 DOE ORDER AND STANDARDS APPLICABILITY 2.1 DOE Orders as included in WSRC S/RID and DOE and Standards applicable for the evaluation, modification or addition to SRS facilities are listed in Section 6.1. Codes 2.2 Conflict between the DOE Orders as included in WSRC S/RID and DOE Standards, National Standards and Standards, and this Engineering Standard shall be brought to the attention of Engineering Board's Civil/Structural Committee Chairman for resolution. 3.0 NATIONAL CODES AND STANDARDS APPLICABILITY 3.1 National Codes and Standards incorporated by reference in this document shall be the revision otherwise number and date at the time this document is invoked in the Design Output Documents, or as noted. 3.2 The Design Output Document shall specify the applicable Codes and Standards utilized and their associated revision and date. 3.3 The applicability of the codes and standards given in this section is limited to the extent of the references in the text. 4.0 ACRONYMS & DEFINITIONS 4.0 DEFINITIONS 4.1 Acronyms in this The following is a list of acronyms and shortened titles used for the reference documents Engineering Standard. Load related symbols and factors are defined in Sections 5.2 and 5.3.

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ACI

American Concrete Institute

AASHTO American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials

ANSI
APC. API .

.American
.American

National Standards Institute


Petroleum Institute

Atmospheric Pressure Change American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association 6merican Society of Civil Engineers lAllowable Stress Design

AREMA

SASCE
ASD

AWWA
1CFR CMAA DBFL

[American Water Works Association


!Code of Federal Regulation

lCrane Manufacturers Association of America [..Design Basis Flood I. IDepartment of Energy

DOE
MBMA NPH OSHA

DOE-STD ]Department of Energy Standard IMetal Building Manufacturers Association Njatural Phenomena Hazard Occupational Safety and Health Administration

PC
PGA SD SDI SGS S/RID ....

[Performance

Category

1Peak Ground Acceleration ][Strength Design Steel Deck Institute ]Site Geotechnical Services ilStandards/Requirements Identification Document

SCDHEC i'South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control

kRS SavanahRiver Site

SSC
FSQP UBC WSRC

Structures, Systems, and Components


i[Structural Qualification Program for Savannah River Site Facilities 1JUniform Building Code lWestinghouse Savannah River Company

4.2 Definitions Key words and terms used in this document are defined as follows:
4.2.1 Natural Phenomena Hazard (NPH) - An act of nature (e.g., earthquake, wind, hurricane, tornado,

flood, rain or snow precipitation, volcanic eruption, lightning strike, or extreme cold or heat) which threatens workers, the public, or the environment by potential damage to structures, systems, and components.

establish the NPH design 4.2.2 Performance Category (PC) - A classification based on a graded approach which is used to 7.1.4 provides the Table 6.1.2). (Ref. 1021 and evaluation requirements for SSCs in accordance with DOE Standard SSCs. all for methodology for assigning Performance categories - The SQP provides 4.2.3 SQP - Structural Qualification Program for Savannah River Site Facilities, Revision 3, 1995

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---. contractor/operator to establish an implementation plan for evaluating and upgrading existing SSC for NPH mitigation. This program provides a plan for backfit evaluation for each facility, which will satisfy the requirements in DOE 420.1, Section 4.4.3. The methodologies used in this program are for the evaluation and upgrade of existing facilities. 5.0 REQUIREMENTS 5.1 Performance Categories There are five Performance Categories, PC-0 through PC-4, associated with the SSC at the SRS (DOE Guide 420. l-Y, Ref. 6.1.4, andDOE-STD-1021, Ref.6.12). The Performance Categories are based on the performance goals associated with these SSC and are expressed in terms of the annual probability of exceedance of the design basis natural phenomena hazards (See Table 7.1.1). Interaction effects shall be considered in accordance with DOE-STD- 1020 and DOE-STD- 1021. See Ref. 6.2.14.7 for guidance. 5.2 Design Loads SSC shall be designed for the loads prescribed in this standard and as supplemented by project specific criteria. For additions or modifications to existing facilities, the effects of new loads transmitted to the existing SSC shall be considered. Modifications and additions shall not degrade the performance of existing SSC to the extent that they will not withstand NPH loads, provide confinement, or provide safe operation of essential facilities, protection of government property and the protection of life safety for occupants. 5.2.1 Dead Load (D) Dead loads are loads that remain permanently in place. 5.2.2 Live Load (L & Lr) 5.2.2.1 Live loads (L) are those loads produced by the use and occupancy of a building or other structure. Live loads on a roof (Lr) are those produced (1) during maintenance by workers, equipment, and materials and (2) during the life of the structure by movable objects such as temporary equipment. Also considered as live loads are the dynamic effects of operating equipment (such as cranes and pumps). 5.2.2.2 Live loads on roofs shall be as stipulated in ASCE 7, (Ref. 6.2.6.2), AASHTO HB, (Ref. 6.2.1.1) or AREMA Manual (Ref. 6.2.5.1) as applicable. the 5.2.2.3 For modifications or analysis of existing structures, loading based on the actual use of may be structure may be used. Loads identified as live loads in the original design, when known, counted as dead loads for the evaluation of existing structures. 5.2.2.4 For yard structures exposed to wheel traffic, HS 20-44 (Ref. 6.2.1.1) truck loading shall be used, as a minimum, for wheel loading design. In areas subject to yard cranes, the crane wheel, track loading
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or outrigger loads during lifts shall be considered. 5.2.3 Soil Load (H) Structures and elements of structures retaining soil shall be designed for the lateral earth pressure and any surcharge plus any hydrostatic pressure corresponding to the maximum probable groundwater level. 5.2.4 Fluid Load (F) The fluid load is the load resulting from the pressure of the fluid. 5.2.5 Rain Load (R) Rain loads shall be obtained in accordance with ASCE 7. The minimum design shall be for a 25-year, 6 hour rainfall event at all performance categories. The curves provided in Engineering Standard 01110 (Ref. 6.2.14.2) shall be used to quantify the rainfall event. 5.2.6 Snow Load (S) Snow loads shall be obtained in accordance with ASCE 7. Development of SRS specific snow hazard curves is not planned. The importance factor shall be 1.0 for PC-1 and PC-2 structures, and 1.2 for PC-3 and PC-4 structures.
5.2.7 Wind Load (W)

Wind load design for buildings and other structures shall be determined in accordance with the procedures in ASCE 7, using "exposure"C", with the basic three-second gust wind speeds given in Table 7.1.1. The effect of the importance factor "I" is incorporated in the tabulated values for the basic wind speeds; "I" shall be taken as 1.0. The design wind speeds are derived from a DOE Memorandum (Ref. 6.1.5). For Probabilistic analysis wind hazard curve for SRS in three-second-gust speeds is available in Ref. 6.2.14.8. For PC-3 and PC-4 structures, the design shall include consideration of wind driven missiles in accordance with DOE-STD-1020 (Ref. 6.1.1). The wind-driven missiles and the barrier thicknesses to preclude damage are provided in DOE-STD-1020. Barriers other than those given in DOE-STD-1020 may be analyzed or designed per the missile barrier criteria given in ASCE-58 (Ref. 6.2.6.3). 5.2.8 Tornado Load (Wt) Tornado wind load design for buildings and other structures shall be also determined in accordance with the procedures in ASCE 7, using exposure "C", with the basic wind speed obtained from Table 7.1.1. The importance factor "I" shall be taken as 1.0. Tornado hazard curve for SRS in three-second -gust speeds is available in Ref. 6.2.14.10. Tornado -driven missile criteria are given in Table 7.1.1. They are derived from requirements in DOE-STD- 1020 and from recommendations in Ref. 6.2.14.10. The barrier thicknesses to preclude damage from tornado missiles are provided in DOE-STD-1020. Barriers other than those given in DOE-STD-1020 may be analyzed or designed per the missile barrier criteria given in ASCE-58. APC shall apply for enclosed structures per provisions in DOE-STD-1020. Partially enclosed or open structures shall follow provisions in ASCE 7.
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5.2.9 Earthquake Load (E) 5.2.9.1 General Earthquake load design for buildings and other structures shall be determined in accordance with DOE-STD- 1020 and UBC (Ref. 6.2.9.1) for PC- I and PC-2, and in accordance with DOE-STD- 1020 and ASCE 4 (Ref. 6.2.6.1) dynamic analysis methods for PC-3 and PC-4. 5.2.9.2 PC-1 and PC-2 Structures For the purposes of earthquake load design for PC- I and PC-2 structures using the UBC, the following modifications shall be made: I = Importance factor, = 1.0 for PC-1 = 1.25 for PC-2 The Soil Profile type at SRS may be taken as SD. A review by a qualified Geotechnical Engineer of the subsurface conditions is recommended for the determination of the facility specific soil profile type. For PC- 1 and PC-2 structures regulated by SCDHEC (Ref. 6.2.15.1) UBC requirements for PC-2 shall be used for earthquake load. 5.2.9.3 PC-3 and PC-4 Structures Earthquake loads for PC-3 and PC-4 structures shall be determined in accordance with DOE-STD-1020. The site specific response spectra for PC-3 (Ref. 6.2.14.11) and PC-4 (Ref. 6.2.14.3) are given in Figure 7.2.1 and Table 7.1.3 for horizontal ground motion. The vertical site specific response spectra shall be taken as two-thirds of the horizontal spectra given in Figure 7.2.1 and Table 7.1.3. The spectra given in Table 7.1.3 and Figure 7.2.1 are considered "preliminary" in accordance with WSRC E7 Manual. To become "confirmed" SGS must review the facility specific soil conditions. For structures with deep foundations, design response spectra appropriate for the depth shall be used. For PC-3 and PC-4 structures regulated by Ref. 6.2.15.1, the earthquake loads given in this standard shall be considered to meet the seismic loading requirements of SCDHEC. 5.2.9.4 Systems and Components For systems and components, additional NPH evaluation requirements apply as described in Section 2.4 of DOE-STD-1020. PC-I and PC-2 systems and components shall be designed for loads defined by the UBC. Seismic loads for PC-3 and PC-4 sub-structures or sub-systems shall be based on in-structure response spectra, or in-structure acceleration and displacement time histories. Where in-structure response spectra are needed, the methods given in Section 3.4.2 or ASCE 4 (Ref. 6.2.6.1) shall be used. Earthquake loads on new PC-3 and PC-4 systems and components shall be increased by twenty percent of either through amplification of in-structure response spectra or in-structure time histories by a factor

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1.2, or through the use of the increased load factor for E in loading combinations given in Section 5.3.2. 5.2.10 Self Limiting Loads (T&Ta) Three types of self limiting loads (T, unless otherwise noted) shall be considered: thermal loads, creep and shrinkage, and settlement. 5.2.10.1 Thermal Loads The design of structures shall consider the effects of stresses and movements resulting from variations in temperature. 5.2.10.2 Creep and Shrinkage Concrete and masonry structures shall be investigated for stresses and deformations induced by creep and shrinkage. 5.2.10.3 Settlement Buildings and structures shall be designed for the total and differential foundation settlements, resulting from the combined static and dynamic loads. The dynamic settlement is due to dissipation of pore pressure and/or redistribution of soil stressesfrom the effects of a design basis earthquake. The dynamic portion of the settlement is to be factored by 1.2 for new facilities. The combined static and dynamic differential settlement is denoted as Ta in the load combinations. The dynamic component of settlement is not taken concurrent with E. For existing facilities, the dynamic settlement factor may be taken as 1.0. 5.2.11 Accident Load (Pa) The consequences of a design basis accident resulting in internal pressurization shall be considered. Consequences of accidental explosions (internal or external to the facility) and generated missiles shall be considered in the design or evaluation of facilities. Consequences of potential heavy load drops shall be considered in the design or evaluation of structures. Loads resulting from internal pressure, explosions, missile impact and heavy load drop shall be considered a Pa loading. 5.2.12 Pipe Break Load (Y) Effects of pipe breaks on structures, including reaction, jet, and movement, shall be considered. 5.2.13 Flood Load (Fa) The structure shall be designed for the flooding and wave action consequences associated with flooding events with return periods of 500, 2000, 10,000, or 100,000 years for PC-1, PC-2, PC-3, or PC-4 respectively per DOE-STD-1020. Loads resulting from flooding and wave action shall be considered per Table7.1.1.

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5.3 Load Combinations Load combinations used for the design of an SSC are based on the SSC Performance Category and its structural material. For load combinations where a load reduces the effect of other loads, and at any time it may not be present, the load combinations shall be considered assuming the worst conditions for the load present or not. Where loads may reverse, such as wind and seismic, both directions of loading shall be considered. Floor live load shall be considered to vary from zero to its full value to determine the worst condition of loading for each element. Crane hook loads need not be combined with roof live load or with more than three fourths of the snow load or one half of the wind load. 5.3.1 Performance Categories 0, 1, and 2 NPH loads need not be considered for PC-0 SSC. For Allowable Stress Design (ASD), the PC-1 and PC-2 SSC shall be designed for the most critical condition resulting from the following load combinations as modified from the UBC:
ASD 1. A=D 2. A=D+L+F+H+(Lror SorR) 3. f-A = D + L + F + H + (W or E/1.4) 4. fA=D + L+ F + H + W + 0.5S 5.
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D + L + F + H + S + 0.5W
S + E/1.4

6. f1 A =D + L+ F +H+

7. f2 A = D + L + F + H + (Lr + S + R) + (W or E/1.4) + T 8. f2 A = D + L + F + H + 0.5W + Fa

Where: - A is the required allowable stress capacity. - fl = 1.33 for all stresses. - f2 = 1.4 for shear and 1.5 for all other stresses. - For axial tension, the factored allowable stress (1.33A, or 1.5A) shall not exceed 0.7 times the ultimate tensile strength of the material. When the design of the SSC is based on ultimate strength design (concrete) or load resistance factor design (steel), each element shall be designed to resist the most critical effects of the load factors and load combinations from the following load combinations as modified from the UBC: Concrete and Masonry (SD) 1. U = 1.4D + 1.7 LT + 1.4F

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2. U = 1.05D + 1.3 LT + 1.05F + 1.3H + 1.3W 3. U = 0.9D + 1.05F + 1.3H +1.3W 4. U= 1.1 (1.2D + 1.0 LT 1.OF + L.OH + 1.OE + LOT) 5. U = 1.1 (0.9D + 1.OF + 1.0H + 1.OE + 1.OT) 6. U = 1.4D + 1.7 LT + 1.4F + 1.7H 7. U = 0.9D + 1.4F + 1.7H 8. U = 1.05 D + 1.3 LT + 1.05F + 1.05T 9. U = 1.4D + 1.4T 10. U = 1.05D + 1.3 LT + 1.05F + 0.8W + 1.3H + 1.3Fa 11. U= 0.9D + 1.05F + 0.8W+ 1.3H + 1.3Fa Where - U is the required ultimate strength capacity.
-

LT is the most critical value obtained from the following: =0.5L+Lr, = 0.5L + S, = 0.5L + R

=L+0.5 Lr, = L + 0.5S, = L + 0.5R,


Steel (SD)

1. U = 1.4D 2. U = 1.2D + 1.6L + 1.3F + 1.6H + 0.5 (Lr or S or R) 3. U = 1.2D + (0.5L or 0.8W) + 1.3F + 1.3H + 1.6 (Lr or S or R) 4. U = 1.2D + 0.5L + 1.3F + 1.3H + 0.5 (Lr or S or R) + 1.2T 5. U = 1.2D + 0.5L + 0.2S + 1.3F + 1.3H + 1.OE + 1.2T 6. U = 0.9D + 1.3F + 1.3H + (1.3W or 1.OE) + 1.2T 3 7. U = 1.2D + 0.5L + 1.3F + 1.3H + 0.8W + 1. Fa
3 8. U = 0.9D + 1.3F + 1.3H + 0.8W + 1. Fa

Where

- U is the required ultimate strength capacity.

5.3.2 Performance Categories 3 and 4 For Allowable Stress Design (ASD), the PC-3 and PC-4 SSC shall be designed for the most critical condition resulting from the following load combinations as modified from the UBC: ASD 1. A=D 2. A= D +L + F + H +(L

or S orR)

3. flA=D+L+F+H + (Wor 1.2E*) 4. flA = D + L + F + H + W + 0.5S

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5. f2A=D +L+F+H+ S+0.5W 6. f 4 A=D+L+F+H+S + 1.2E*+T+Pa+Y 7. f 3 A = D + L + F + H + (L r or S or R) + (W or 1.2E*) + T 8. f3A = D + L + F + H + 0.5W + Fa 9. f 3 A = D + F + H +Wt 10. f 3 A= D + L + Lr + F + H +Wt 11. f3A=D+L+Lr+F+H+Wt+T 12. f4A= D + L + Lr + F + H + Ta** 13. f4 A=D+L+F +H+ (Lr orSor R)+ 1.2E*+T+Pa+Y * For existing SSC the load factor for E may be taken as 1.0. For new systems and components the load factor for E may be taken as 1.0 if the in-structure response spectra has been amplified by a factor of 1.2 as stated in Section 5.2.9.4.

"**Forsettlement, Ta, see Section 5.2.10.3


Where - A is the required allowable stress capacity. -f
-=

1.33 for all stresses.

= 1.4 for shear and 1.5 for all other stresses. - f3 = 1.4 for shear and 1.6 for all other stresses. - f4 = 1.4 for shear and 1.7 for all other stresses
- f2

For axial tension the factored allowable stress (1.33A, 1.5 A, 1.6A, or 1.7A) shall not exceed 0.7 times the ultimate tensile strength of the material.

When the design of the SSC is based on ultimate strength design (concrete) or load resistance factor design (steel), each element shall be designed to resist the most critical effects of the load factors and load combinations from the following load combinations as modified from the UBC:

Concrete and Masonry (SD) 1. U = 1AD + 1.7 LT + 1AF 2. U- 1.0D + 1.15LT + 1.OF + 1.15H + 1.15W 3. U = 0.9D + l.OF + 1.15H + 1.15W 4. U = 1.1 (1.2D + l.OLT + 1.OF + 1.0H + 1.2E* + 1.OT) 5. U = 1.1 (0.9D + 1.OF + 1.OH + 1.2E* + 1.OT) 6. U = 1.4D + 1.7 LT + 1AF + 1.7H 7. U = 0.9D + 1AF + 1.7H 8. U = 1.05D + 1.3 LT + 1.05F + 1.05T 9. U = 1.4D + 1IT 10. U = 1.05D + 1.3 LT + 1.05F + 1.3H + 0.8W+ 1.OFa

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11. U = 0.9D + 1.05F + 1.3H + 0.8W + 1.OFa 12. U = L.OD@ + 1.OF + 1.OH + 1.OWt + 1.OT 13. U = 1.OD@ + 1.OLT + 1.OF + 1.OH + l.OWt + 1.OT 14.U= 1.1 (1.2D+ 1.0Ly+ 1.OF+ 1.OH+1.2E*+ 1.OTa** + 1.OPa +I.OY) 15. U = 1.OD@ + 1.OTa** + 1.25Pa * For existing SSC the load factor for E may be taken as 1.0. For new systems and components the load factor for E may be taken as 1.0 if the in-structure response spectra has been amplified by a factor of 1.2 as stated in Section 5.2.9.4. shall also be considered. Combination with 0.9D, in place of 1.OD, "**Forsettlement, Ta, see Section 5.2.10.3. Where - U is the required ultimate strength capacity.
- LT is the most critical value obtained from the following: =L+0.5Lr, = L + 0.5S,
=L +0.5R, Steel (SD)

=-0.5L + L r, = 0.5L + S,
=0.5L+ R

1. U = 1.4D 2. U = 1.2D + 1.6L + 1.3F + 1.6H + 0.5 (Lr or S or R) 3. U = 1.2D + (0.5L or 0.8W) + 1.3F + 1.3H + 1.6 (Lr or S or R) 4. U = 1.2D + 0.5L + 1.3F + 1.3H + 0.5 (Lr or S or R) + 1.2T + 0.5L + 0.2S + 1.3F + 1.3H + 1.2E* + 1.2T + 1.3F + 1.3H + (1.3W or 1.2E*) + 1.2T + 0.5L + 1.3F + 1.3H + 0.8W +1.OFa + 1.3F + 1.3H + 0.8W + 1.OFa 9. U = LOD@ + 13F + 1.3H +1OWt +1.OT 10. U = LD@ + 1.OL + 1.Lr + 1.3F + 1.3H + 1.OWt + 1OT 5. U = 1.2D 6. U = 0.9D 7. U = 1.2D 8. U = 0.9D 11. U = 1.OD@ + 1.OL + 1.OLr + 1.OF + 1.OH + 1.2E* + 1.0Ta** + 1.OPa + 1.OY 12. U = 1LOD@ + 1.OF + 1.0H + .OTa** + 1.25Pa * For existing SSC the load factor for E may be taken as 1.0. For new systems and components see also the load factor for E may be taken as 1.0 if the in-structure response spectra has been amplified by a factor of 1.2 as stated in Section 5.2.9.4. shall also be considered. Combination with 0.9D, in place of 1.OD,

"**Forsettlement, Ta, see Section 5.2.10.3.


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5.3.3 Load Combinations for Highway and Railway Structures

Load combinations for highway structures shall be in accordance with AASHTO HB (Ref. 6.2.1.1). Load combinations for railway structures shall be in accordance with AREMA Manual (Ref. 6.2.5.1). 5.4 Materials The UBC shall be followed consistent with the code used in conjunction with Sections 5.2 and 5.3 for allowable material strength capacities and detailing requirements for all structures except as noted below.

Highway Structures:
Railway Structures; 'Steel Decks:

AASHTO HB (Ref. 6.2.1.1)


AREMA Manual (Ref. 6.2.5.1) 32 28 and SDI DDMO2 (Ref. 6.2.13.1 and [MBMA Metal Building System Manual (Ref. 2210.1) [UBC ASD steel provisions with N690 (Ref. 6.2.3.1) allowables for axial compression fANSI/ASCE 8 (Ref. 6.2.6.5) AWWA D100 (Ref. 6.2.7.1)

Steel Dcks:

Buildings: Pre-engineered Pre-engineerd __l___gs:_6 'Austenitic :

Cold Formed Stainless Steel PC-1 and PC-2 Atmospheric Steel Water Tanks: PC-I and PC-2 Atmospheric Steel Petroleum Storage T ank s Sanitary Concrete Structures: IPC-3 and PC-4 Concrete . PC-1 and PC-2 Fiber .ASCE PC-ianford PCa2tibr

API 650 (Ref. 6.2.4.1) .... ....... ACI 350 (Ref. 6.2.2.5) ACI 349, Appendix B (Ref. 6.2.2.4) ... Manual 63 (Ref. 6.2.6.4)

iAnchorage:_____________________ R einforced Plastic______________________


!Concrete Chimneys

__________________

r.ACI307 (Ref. 6.2.2.6)


ASME STS-1 (Ref. 6.2.12.1)

'Steel Stacks
5.5 Miscellaneous Requirements 5.5.1 Sliding, Overturning, and Buoyancy

Buildings and structures shall be designed to resist overturning, sliding and buoyancy due to earthquake, wind, tornado, lateral earth pressures, or fluid loads in accordance with Section 5.2 of this Engineering Standard with minimum safety factors provided in Table 7.1.2. 5.5.2 Foundation Design

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Foundations shall be designed in accordance with the requirements of the UBC, except as noted below: - Drilled piers shall comply with ACI 336.3R (Ref. 6.2.2 3). - Design of piers, posts or poles per UBC is acceptable for depths less than 20 feet and provided that the ratio of length to relative stiffness factor is greater than 5 (see ACI 336.3R, Ref. 6.2.2.3). - Ribbed-mat slabs shall comply with ACI 336.2R (Ref. 6.2.2.2).
5.5.3 Shoring Design

Shoring design shall comply with requirements of UBC, and OSHA 29 CFR Part 1926 (Ref. 6.2.11.1).
5.5.4 Craneway Design

Crane runway and supporting structure shall be designed per CMAA Specification #70 (Ref, 6.2.8.1) or #74 (Ref. 6.2.8.2) requirements as applicable.
5.5.5 Fire Enclosure Evaluations of Concrete Elements

In the structural evaluation of concrete elements for fire events, where necessary, the provisions found in ACI 216 (Ref. 6.2.2.1) shall be followed.
5.5.6 Concrete Anchors

PC-I and PC-2 concrete anchors shall be designed per requirements of UBC (Ref. 6.2.9.1). PC-3 and PC-4 concrete anchors shall be designed per requirements of ACI 349 Appendix B (Ref. 6.2.2.4). Information useful for the design, selection and qualification of concrete expansion anchors, cast-in-place anchors and grouted anchor bolts is provided in 03251 -G (Ref. 6.2.14.4). Information useful for installation and testing of concrete expansion anchors, cast-in-place anchors and grouted anchor bolts is provided in 03252-G (Ref. 6.2.14.5). 5.5.7 Coring, Chipping, and Drilling in Concrete Coring, chipping and drilling in concrete elements or structures shall be per 0301 0-G (Ref. 6.2.14.6). 5.5.8 Concrete for Confinement Concrete used for confinement shall consider liquid containment strategies given in Ref. 6.2.6.6. 5.5.9 Fragility Analysis

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The existing SSC that do not meet the deterministic limits of this standard may be further evaluated using median failure limits and variabilities calculated for the given SSC. 5.5.10 Ductility Provisions Seismic ductility provisions for UBC Seismic Zone 3 shall be used for new PC-3 and PC-4 structures. 6.0 REFERENCES 6.1 DOE Orders as included in WSRC S/RID, and DOE Orders and Standards and Memoranda 6.1.1 DOE-STD-1020-94 - NPH Design and Evaluation Criteria for DOE Facilities, Change Notice 1, January 1996. 6.1.2 DOE-STD-1021-93 - NPH Performance Categorization Criteria for Structures, Systems, and Components, Change Notice 1, January 1996. 6.1.3 DOE Order 420.1 - Facility Safety, Change 2 dated October 24, 1996. 6.1.4 DOE Guide 420.1 -Y, Interim Guidelines for the Mitigation of Natural Phenomena Hazards for DOE Nuclear Facilities and Non-Nuclear Facilities. 6.1.5 A Memorandum of January 22, 1998 from DOE to the Office of Nuclear Safety Policy and Standards: H. Chander, Newsletter (Interim Advisory on Straight Winds and Tornados).
6.2 Codes and Standards

6.2.1 American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) 6.2.1.1 Standard Specification for Highway Bridges (AASHTO HB) 6.2.2 American Concrete Institute (ACI) 6.2.2.1 ACI 216 Guide for Determining the Fire Endurance of Concrete Elements 6.2.2.2 ACI 336.2R Suggested Analysis and Design Procedures for Combined Footings and Mats 6.2.2.3 ACI 336.3R Design and Construction of Drilled Piers 6.2.2.4 ACI 349 Code Requirements for Nuclear Safety Related Concrete Structures 6.2.2.5 ACI 350 Environmental Engineering Concrete Structures

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6.2.2.6 ACI 307 Standard Practice for the Design and Construction of Reinforced Concrete Chimneys
6.2.3 American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC)

6.2.3.1 ANSI/AISC N690 Nuclear Facilities: Steel Safety-Related Structures for Design, Fabrication and Erection
6.2.4 American Petroleum Institute (API)

6.2.4.1 API 650 Welded Steel Tanks for Oil Storage 6.2.5 American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association (AREMA) 6.2.5.1 AREMA Manual for Railway Engineering, Volume I and II
6.2.6 American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

6.2.6.1 ASCE 4 Seismic Analysis of Safety Related Nuclear Structures 6.2.6.2 ANSI/ASCE 7 Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures 6.2.6.3 ASCE 58 Structural Analysis and Design of Nuclear Plant Facilities 6.2.6.4 ASCE Manual 63 Structural Plastic Design Manual 6.2.6.5 ANSI/ASCE 8 Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Stainless Steel Structural Members 6.2.6.6 Concrete Watertight Structures and Hazardous Liquid Containment, Robert Hengst, ASCE
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6.2.7.1 AWWA D 100 Welded Steel Tanks for Water Storage


6.2.8 Crane Manufactures Association of America (CMMA)

6.2.8.1 CMMA Specification #70, Electrical Overhead Traveling Cranes 6.2.8.2 CMMA Specification #74, Specifications for Top Running and Under Running Types of Single Girder Electric Overhead Traveling Cranes
6.2.9 International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO)

6.2.9.1 Uniform Building Code (UBC)


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6.2.11 Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

6.2.11.1 29 CFR Part 1926 OSHA Safety and Health Standards 6.2.12 American Society of Mechanical Engineers 6.2.12.1 ASME STS-1 Steel Stacks 6.2.13 Steel Deck Institute (SDI) 6.2.13.1 SDI - Publ 28 Design Manual for Composite Decks from Decks and Cellular Metal Deck with Electrical Distribution 6.2.13.2 DDM02 Diaphragm Design Manual 6.2.14 SRS Standards, Reports and Calculations 6.2.14.1 SQP Seismic Qualification Program, Rev. 3, 1995 6.2.14.2 Engineering Standard 01110, Civil Site Design Criteria 6.2.14.3 SRS Seismic Response Analysis and Design Basis Guidelines, WSRC-TR-97-0085, Rev. 0, R. C. Lee, M. E. Maryak and M. D. McHood, March 1997 6.2.14.4 Concrete Expansion Anchors, Cast-in Place Anchors and Grouted Anchor Bolts Engineering Guide 03251-G 6.2.14.5 Installation and Testing of Concrete Anchors, Engineering Guide 03252-G 6.2.14.6 Coring, Chipping and Drilling in Concrete, Engineering Guide 03010-G 6.2.14.7 Evaluation of Seismic Spatial Interactions Between Facility Structures, Systems, and Components, Engineering Guide, 11520-G 6.2.14.8 Tornado, Maximum Wind Gust, and Extreme Rainfall Event Occurrence Frequencies at the Savannah River Site (U), WSRC-TR-98-00329, September 1998. 6.2.14.9 Engineering Standard 01060, Rev. 2, Data Letter, TCDL-037, Rev. 0, August 1997. 6.2.14.10 Tornado Hazard Assessment, Memo from McDonald-Mehta Engineers to Brent Gutierrez, November 9, 1997. 6.2.14.11 "Revised Envelope of the Site Specific PC3 Surface Ground Motion", Memo from Brent Gutierrez to Lawrence Salomone and Fred Loceff, September 9, 1999. 6.2.15 State of South Carolina, Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC)

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6.2.15.1 Final Regulation, Department of Health and Environmental Control, Chapter 61, 61-104, Hazardous Waste Management Location Standards, Statutory Authority: 1976 Code Section 44-56-30, -35, et. seq. 6.2.16 U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC) 6.2.16.1 NUREC-0800, Standard Review Plan for the Review of Safety Analysis Reports for Nuclear Power Plants, U.S. NRC 7.0 TABLES and FIGURES 7.1 Tables 7.1.1 Natural Phenomena Hazards Criteria 7.1.2 Factors of Safety 7.1.3 PC-3 and PC-4 Site Specific Spectra, Horizontal 5% Damping 7.1.4 Performance Categories 7.2 Figures 7.2.1 PC-3 and PC-4 Site Specific Spectra, Horizontal 5% Damping

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NA

NA

2x4 timber 2x4 timber plank 15 plank 15 lb. @ 50 lb. @ 50 mph mph (horiz); (horiz); max height max height 50 ft. 30 ft. 2x 10-5 178 TBD 2x4 timber plank 15 lb. @ 100 mph (horiz); max height 150 ft; 70 mph (vert) 3 in dia std steel pipe, 75 lb @ 50 mph (horiz); max height 75 ft; 35 mph (vert) 2x10-6 TBD TBD 2x4 timber plank 15 lb. @ 150 mph (horiz); max height 200 ft; 100 mph (vert) 3 in dia std steel pipe, 75 lb @ 75 mph (horiz); max height 100 ft; 50 mph (vert)

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* The SCDHEC (Ref. 6.2.15.1) seismic provisions for Hazardous Waste Management locations of 10% probability of occurrence in 250 years is equivalent to a return period of about 2400 years. This corresponds to an annual exceedance probability of approximately 4.2E-4. The PGA determined for a PC-3 (annual hazard exceedance probability of 5E-4) is 0.16g. The typical PGA for PC-2 exceeds that required by the SCDHEC provisions. For PC-I and PC-2 seismic provisions, see Section 5.2.9.2. For PC-3 and PC-4 seismic provisions, see Section 5.2.9.3.
**

Table 7.1.2 - Factors of Safety

Notes: 1. For PC-3 and PC-4 facility foundation design, these values are taken from the Standard Review Plan, NUREG 0800, Section 3.8.5 (Ref. 6.2.16.1). These factors of safety arefor combinations provided in Notes 3, 4, 5, or 6, as applicable. 2. For PC-2 and PC-i, the factors of safety are consistent with the SBC and UBC for
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*

Where: D = Dead Load H = Lateral Earth Pressure W = Wind Load E = Earthquake Loads Fa Buoyant Forces Wt Tornado Loads

For existing structures the 1.2 load factor for E may be taken as 1.0 For clarification on the unfactored earthquake load see the Data Letter (Ref. 6.2.14.9).

F F
F F

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Table 7.1.4 Performance Categories Performance Categories are used as a means to ensure a graded level of protection for structures, systems, and components during Natural Phenomena Hazard (NPH) events. Functional Classifications are used to determine the minimum Performance Categories (PC) of SSCs in accordance with DOE Order 420.1 and DOE-STD- 1021-93. Performance Categories PC-0 through PC-4 are assigned based on the function of the SSC as determined during the Functional Classification process. The table below provides the correlation between Functional Classification and Performance Categories. For replacement SSCs, Natural Phenomena Hazard (NPH) qualification, as a minimum, shall be the same as the original SSC through the provisions of DOE Order 420.1 Section 4.4.2. For all other conditions, SSCs shall be NPH qualified commensurate with the assigned Performance Category. This table provides the minimum requirements for compliance with DOE Order 420.1. Factors other than Functional Classification that are to be considered in determining the PC include programmatic mission, cost and replaceability of the SSC. It may be prudent based on other considerations such as mission importance or economic reasons to increase the performance category to provide a higher level of assurance.

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Performance Category

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F-Area Northeast Expansion Report (U)

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Revisions to K-TRT-F-00001, F-Area Northeast Expansion Report (U)

Summary of revisions made to K-TRT-F-00001, Rev 1, dated January 2001 include: 1. Pages 12 and 13- Text revised on engineering stratigraphy. 2. Table 3.3-1- Stratigraphic picks revised on CPT soundings 176, 180 and 186. 3. Table 3.3-3- Soft zone thickness revised for SPT boring FB-20. If you have questions, please contact me at (803) 952-6927. c: Russ Beckmeyer, 730-2B/130 Mike Lewis, 730-2B/116 Larry Salomone, 730-B/304 Chester Reeves, 730-21B/1083 SGS Files, 730-28/1102

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS ................................................................................. LIS T O F TA B LE S ................................................................................................ LIST O F FIG UR ES ........................................................................................ 1 INTR O D UCTIO N ........................................................................................ 1.1 Purpose and Objectives ............................................................... 1.2 Report O rganization ..................................................................... 1.3 Q uality Assurance ........................................................................ 2. SUBSURFACE EXPLORATION ............................................................... 2.1 Field Test Location and Clearance ................................................ 2.2 Equipment and Field Test Methods .............................................. 2.2.1 Exploration Contractor(s)and Equipment.............................. 2.2.2 StandardPenetrationTest (SPT) ......................................... 2.2.3 Undisturbed Sampling ........................................................... 2.2.4 Piezocone Penetration Test Soundings................................. 2.2.5 Borehole and PenetrationAbandonment............................... 2.3 Sample Prep, Handling, Strorage, Transportation and Control ....... 3. SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS ................................................................. 3.1 Shallow Engineering Stratigraphy .............................................. 3.1.1 TRI and TRlA Layers ......................................................... 3.1.2 TR2A and TR2B Layers....................................................... 3.1.3 TR3/4 and DB1/3 Layers .................................................... 3.1.4 DB4/5, ST1 and ST2 Layers ................................................ 3.1.5 G C Layer ............................................................................. 3.2 Groundwater Conditions ............................................................. 3.3 Engineering Soil Characteristics ................................................ .................................................. 3.3.1 Soft Zone Characteristics 3.3.1.1 Northeast Expansion Area Soft Zones .............................. 3.3.1.2 APSF Area Soft Zones ...................................................... 3.3.1.3 Soft Zone samples and Analysis ....................................... 4. GEOTECHNICAL AND FOUNDATION ASSESSMENT ......................... 5. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ....................................... 6. R EFER EN C ES ........................................................................................ APPENDICES Appendix A Borings Logs Appendix B Laboratory Test Data Appendix C Cone Penetrometer Test Data iv v vi 1 1 2 2 4 5 5 6 7 8 9 9 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 15 15 16 17 18 18 20 21 23

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LIST OF TABLES

Table 3.3-1 Summary of CPT Layer Picks Table 3.3-2 Comparison of Engineering Soil Properties Table 3.3-3 Summary of SCPTU Soft Zone Intervals Table 3.3-4 Summary of Soft Zone Soil Properties

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LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1.0-1 Figure 1.0-2 Figure 2.0-1 Figure 3.0-1 Figure 3.0-2 Figure 3.0-3 Figure 3.0-4 Figure 3.0-5 Figure 3.0-6 Figure 3.0-7 Figure 3.0-8 Figure 3.1-1 Figure 3.2-1 Figure 3.3-1 Figure 3.3-2 Figure 3.3-3 Figure 3.3-4 Figure 3.3-5 Figure 3.3-6

Location Map of F-Area and the Northeast Expansion Area Location Map of the Northeast Expansion Area and APSF Exploration Location Map Subsurface Cross-section 1 Subsurface Cross-section 2 Subsurface Cross-section 3 Subsurface Cross-section 4 Subsurface Cross-section 5 Subsurface Cross-section 6 Subsurface Cross-section 7 Subsurface Cross-section 8 Typical CPTU Sounding Plot Showing Stratigraphic Layers Hydrograph of Water Table Measurements for Well NBG-5 Range of SPT N-value Measurements CPT Corrected Tip Resistance CPT CPT Friction Ratio Average Shear Wave Velocity -Map of A0PSF A*rea and-Mapped -Extent of Lower So'ft Zone...... Map of APSF Area and Mapped Extent of Upper Soft Zone

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A geotechnical program has been completed in F-Area at the Savannah River Site (SRS) in South Carolina. This program investigated the subsurface conditions for the area known as the "northeast expansion" located in the F-Area (Figure 1.0-1). The primary focus was to gather subsurface information within the expansion area and tie this information with the detailed studies completed for the Actinide Packaging and Storage Facility (APSF) located southwest and adjacent to the northeast expansion area (Figure 1.0-2) and the balance of F Area. Data acquired from the APSF investigation includes both field exploration and laboratory data, which are included within this report for summary and comparison purposes. Results of this investigation are intended to be used as baseline subsurface conditions for the siting of potential new mission facilities. Further, this data will augment specific foundation design investigations for the proposed new mission facilities to be constructed in this area. Specifically, the program consisted of a field exploration program consisting of Standard Penetration Test (SPT) borings and Seismic Piezocone Penetration Test (SCPTU) soundings; a laboratory testing program and an evaluation of subsurface conditions. This geotechnical program was performed by SRS Projects Engineering and Construction Division (PE&CD), Site Geotechnical Services (SGS) Department, in conformance with DOE Order 420.1, Procedure Manual E7, (WSRC, 1996a), and SGS Procedure Manual E9 (WSRC, 1996b). 1.1 Purpose and Objectives

The purpose of the investigation was to obtain geotechnical information to characterize the subsurface conditions within the northeast expansion area and compare these conditions with the adjacent APSF area. Specific objectives included: define the engineering stratigraphy and compare the continuity, thickness and relative elevation of stratigraphic units across the study site respective to the APSF area;

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"* determine the index properties of each.stratigraphic layer and make a direct comparison to properties determined for the APSF stratigraphy ; "* evaluate the presence, thickness and stratigraphic position of soft zones; and "* evaluate the subsurface conditions in terms of relative geotechnical and foundation capability. 1.2 Report Organization

The text of this report includes five sections. These sections are: Section 1, Introduction; Section 2, Subsurface Exploration; Section 3, Subsurface Conditions; Section 4, Geotechnical and Foundation Assessment, Section 5, These Conclusions and Recommendations; and Section 6, References. sections are followed in succession by tables and figures. Appendices to this report include: Appendix A, Boring Logs; Appendix B, Laboratory Test Data; and Appendix C, Seismic Piezocone Penetrometer Test Soundings. This report is divided into two volumes: Volume 1 contains the text, tables, and figures, Volume 2 contains appendices A, B and, C. 1.3 Quality Assurance

Quality related activities performed by WSRC/BSRI organizations during the Geotechnical Investigation were controlled in accordance with the WSRC QA Program as delineated in WSRC Procedure Manual 1Q. Activities were also controlled via compliance to the applicable administrative and technical procedures contained in WSRC Procedure Manual E9, "Site Geotechnical Services." Cone Penetration Testing was conducted in accordance with the Quality Assurance Plan for WSRC Subcontract AA82276N, with Applied Research Associates, Inc. (ARA) and the ARA Quality Assurance Program for Cone Penetration Testing, Revision 3 (7/30/96). Subcontractor compliance with their implementing procedures and instructions (ARA-Q-101 through 107) also ensured the integrity of the CPT results and interpretations.

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Soil testing performed by Law Engineering of Atlanta, Georgia (WSRC Subcontract No. AB801 11 N) was accomplished through compliance with the Law Engineering QA Program as delineated in the Law Engineering Quality Assurance Manual, Revision 1 (7/25/97), and applicable national/industry test standards (as specified in procurement specification K-SPC-G-00016, Revision

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SGS QA provided quality oversight over all quality related activities of the geotechnical investigation. SGS QA oversight activities included: the review and approval of all technical and quality procedures and instructions developed specifically for the investigation; monitoring field activities, sample handling, and soil testing laboratory activities; and providing direct QA oversight over seismic piezocone penetration testing activities. QA/QC activities were also performed by Law Engineering and Applied Research & Associates personnel as prescribed in their respective QA plans, QA programs, and QA technical procedures.

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Between August, 1995 and June, 1998, field exploration programs to support various design stages of the Actinide Packaging and Storage Facility (APSF) were completed. The information from both programs forms the basis for this report. The exploration program for the F-Area northeast expansion area was completed between February 1998 and April 1999. Within this time frame, the majority of the field investigation was completed between February 1998 and May 1998'after which work was suspended until the following fiscal year. Field work resumed in March of 1999 and was completed in April 1999. The exploration programs consisted of a series of Standard Penetration Test (SPT) borings, Piezocone Penetration Test (CPTU) and Seismic Piezocone Penetration Test (SCPTU) soundings, both of which are referred to as CPT hereafter. Some SPT borings and CPT sounding locations were paired so that a site-specific comparison of results could be obtained. Figure 2.0-1 shows the locations of all borings and soundings. The borings and soundings were advanced in a grid pattern, roughly 150 feet by 150 feet, covering the expansion area to the north and east of the APSF area. However, in heavily wooded areas, areas where site topography was too steep, or where access could not be obtained due to existing construction trailers, the exploration locations were not performed. This was limited to eight points in the northern and eastern most extent of the area (Figure 2.0-1). Exploration in these areas would be required as construction of new facilities is planned. The SCPTU was used as the primary exploration technique. SPT borings were located adjacent to selected soundings to measure N-values and retrieve soil samples for laboratory classification testing. Test methods, equipment, and The general field procedures, are summarized in the following sections. following list summary field exploration completed for the northeast expansion investigation: * * 39 Seismic Piezocone Penetrometer Test (SCPTU) Soundings 4 Cone Penetrometer Samples 9 Standard Penetration Test (SPT) Borings (4 of which were continuous)

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The selection of the boring locations, OPT soundings, and other field work was based primarily on the following criteria and factors: * Existing Data; * Data coverage; * Site conditions (topography, wooded areas, etc.); * Type of data required; * Under-and-above ground interferences; and * Presence of known soft zones. Approval of the selected location for the field work was preceded by a series of work coordination steps as summarized below (the organization responsible for each step is noted in parentheses): * * * * * Selection of general area based upon the factors listed above (SGS); Preliminary interference research (Construction Layout); Ground penetrating radar survey (Operations Department); Preparation of work package (SGS); Work Process Control (Operations Department); and Field survey (Construction Layout).

This detailed site clearance routine was essential for safe field operations. Any obstacles or restrictions encountered in any step during this process required the relocation of the proposed boring or sounding location, and therefore the re initiation of the process. 2.2 Equipment and Field Test Methods

All equipment used in the field investigations met applicable ASTM standards and site standards and procedures as listed below: * * * * * WSRC WSRC WSRC WSRC WSRC E9 SGS-GT-202 - Drilling Practices; E9 SGS-GT-203 - Sample Preparation, Handling and Storage; E9 SGS-GT-206 - Engineering Soil Descriptions; E9 SGS-GT-207 - Field Log Preparation; E9 SGS-GT-210 - Standard Penetration Test;

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2.2.1 Exploration Contractor(s)and Equipment One drilling contractor was utilized for the borings, SPT testing and undisturbed soil sampling (Shelby tubes) and one contractor was used for all SCPT soundings. A description of the scope of each contractor and the equipment used is provided below. Graves Environmental,Inc. Graves Environmental, Inc., of Jackson, South Carolina performed the drilling and sampling for SPT and undisturbed borings. All Graves Environmental drillers involved with the drilling and sampling activities were experienced with geotechnical investigations and performed the drilling and sampling for the APSF investigation. The drilling equipment utilized is described below. Failing 1500 The Failing 1500 drill rig is gas-driven with a 40-foot mast. The rig has a 23-foot Kelly assembly which allows for a 20-foot stroke and is capable of mud rotary, augering, and rotary coring techniques. The drill string is controlled by the Kelly arrangement, as well as, by a mechanical winch. This rig was used for all deeper borings requiring mud rotary. Applied Research Associates (ARA) Applied Research Associates (ARA) of Royalton, Vermont performed all CPT field and data processing activities including the CPT soundings completed for the APSF investigation. The CPT rig used for this investigation is described below.

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The Mac I CPT rig is a 22 ton rig capable of 30 ton mass push when fully ballasted. The push rod and piezocone utilized conformed with ASTM D5778 (ASTM 1995) consistent with WSRC E9 SGS-GT-211 - Cone Penetration Test Soundings. This rig was equipped with a hydraulic skid coupled to the surface beneath the rig for generating a shear wave source. Compressional waves were generated with a hydraulic vertical hammer located on the outside of the rig. All components were controlled by the operator. 2.2.2 StandardPenetrationTest (SPT) Tests were performed in accordance with WSRC E9 SGS-GT-210 using a standard 24-inch long by 2-inch outside diameter (OD), split-spoon sampler with a 2-foot bleeder and check valve located above the sampler, NX drill stem, and a 140-lb safety hammer falling 30 inches. SPT N-values were determined by adding the number of blows required to drive the split-spoon sampler the last 12 inches of the standard 18-inch drive. The general test procedure, as noted in sequence, is outlined below: 1. Split spoon is lowered into nominal 4-inch diameter borehole; 2. Depth is checked and any rod settlement noted; 3. Six-inch intervals, totaling 18 inches, are marked on the drill rod above the turntable; 4. Sampler is driven by blows applied using a 30-inch stroke with the rope wrapped twice over the cathead; 5. Sampler retrieved and recovery noted; 6. Sampled interval reamed and drilled out to next sample interval; and 7. Process repeated. Prior to each SPT test, the Geotechnical Oversight professional verified that the spoon was properly assembled, making sure the bleeder and check valve were clean and the drive shoe was in good condition.

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All undisturbed soil samples referenced within this report pertain to samples collected for the APSF investigation. No undisturbed samples were obtained specifically from the northeast expansion area. Undisturbed (UD) soil samples were obtained for laboratory testing with direct push shelby tubes. The shelby tubes used were either brass or galvanized steel with a 3 inch OD, 0.065 inch wall thickness, and a length of 30 inches. Sampling was performed in accordance with ASTM D1587 (ASTM 1996). The selection of the sampling interval was based on the results of previously pushed CPT soundings and/or SPT borings located within 10 to 15 feet from the UD boring. Prior to sampling, a sampling plan was developed for each UD boring. Generally, sampling was performed on the more cohesive soil layers encountered. Drilling requirements for undisturbed sampling boreholes required that fluid pressures be kept as low as practical, while maintaining fluid return up the borehole. Drill bits with side discharge, or, in the case of tricone bits, with bottom deflectors, were required for reaming and advancing the borehole. Drilling was accomplished by mud rotary methods to the predetermined sampling depth. The drill stem was then tripped out and the bit removed. The Shelby tube head with a ball check valve was then attached and lowered to the bottom of the borehole. Borehole depth was checked against the drilled depth and noted. The maximum push length was marked on the drill stem and the rod hydraulically advanced a full 24 inches or until 600 psi hydraulic pressure was reached. Once the advance was made, the tube was allowed to sit for 5 minutes. When ready to retrieve the sample, the drill string was rotated about 90 degrees to shear the sample off the surrounding soil. When each sample was brought out of the borehole, the bottom and top were capped with plastic slip-on caps. If a gap was noted between the bottomr-tube edge-and sample, a -filler material ws-placed ini the gap prior to placing the cap. Details of final sample preparation are provided in Section 2.3.

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CPTU, including seismic (SCPTU) soundings, were performed in accordance with ASTM D5778. The CPT was used because of the relatively quick and clean operation and its ability to provide a continuous soil profile for determining stratigraphy and defining the extent of soft and/or loose soil zones. In general, all CPT soundings included shear wave velocity surveys at 3-foot intervals. Target depths were based upon the estimated elevation of the top of the Congaree formation (approximately El. 130 feet MSL), a dense sandy layer (see section 3) that is considered incompressible. However, actual depths varied, depending upon ground surface elevations and subsurface conditions. 2.2.5 Borehole and PenetrationAbandonment Abandonment of borings and soundings was performed per WSRC Manual 3Q5, Hydrogeologic Data Collection (WSRC, 1992). The standard grout mix consisted of the following: * * * One sack Type 1 Portland Cement (94 lb sack); Two pounds of dry sodium bentonite; and 6.5 to 7.5 gallons of potable water.

All borings were abandoned immediately upon completion of testing. Grouting was accomplished via the tremie method. The grout pipe was lowered to the bottom of the boring and grout was injected until the boring fluid was displaced and grout returned to the surface. All borings were grouted to the surface and topped off until the column remained static. Cone penetrometer soundings were abandoned by pressure grouting through a push rod which was re-pushed down to the bottom of the sounding. A grout tube extending to the bottom of the push rod was used to pump grout into the hole as the push rod was retracted. Holes were topped off until the column remained static.

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Sample Preparation, Handling, Storage, Transportation, and Control

Samples were prepared and handled in accordance with WSRC E9 SGS-GT 203 - Sample Preparation, Handling and Storage. Shelby tubes were checked for conformance with ASTM D1587-83 (ASTM 1996). The undisturbed samples were maintained in vertical tube boxes capable of holding four tubes as prescribed by ASTM D 4220 (ASTM 1996). Once the samples were obtained, the samples were trimmed, measured, and sealed. Plastic caps were placed over both ends of each tube, then taped and each tube labeled. For SPT borings, a sample was collected from the top and bottom of the sample spoon. If a material change occurred within the sample, additional samples were collected, as appropriate. Samples were placed in 8-ounce glass jars. The tops were closed tightly, wrapped, sealed with electrical tape, and samples were labeled on both the jar and the lid. Prior to sample turnover to Law Engineering, all samples were stored in accordance with WSRC E9 Procedure SGS-GT-203. All soil samples selected for testing were turned over to Law Engineering for transporting to their laboratory in Atlanta. All tube samples tested by Law Engineering in Atlanta were transported in tube boxes and were maintained in a vertical position. Once in Atlanta, the samples were maintained in a controlled area according to the Law Engineering Quality Assurance Program.

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Information obtained from the field exploration program has been used to characterize the subsurface (surface to about 180 feet in depth) conditions in the F-Area northeast expansion area. This included establishing the engineering stratigraphy and soil index properties and making a direct comparison with the adjacent APSF subsurface soils. Further, the presence of soft sediments defined as zones with measured tip resistances less than 15 tons per square foot (tsf) or SPT N-values of 5 or less, were evaluated. Groundwater conditions were determined from nearby monitoring well information. Eight subsurface cross-sections (Figures 3.0-1 through 3.0-8) were developed to show the engineering stratigraphy across the northeast expansion area, as well as, the APSF area. These subsurface sections are based on presently available information. Some variation from these conditions can be expected. 3.1 Engineering Stratigraphy The subsurface engineering stratigraphy was determined from CPT measurements including tip resistance, sleeve resistance, friction ratio, and pore pressure signatures, shear wave velocity as well as correlations with adjacent soil boring data. The layering system is based on observed changes in the CPT measurements that are correlatable between soundings and nearby borings. The layer nomenclature was developed for mapping subsurface units across various parts of the SRS. For specific application to the APSF and F-Area northeast expansion area, it is only used to differentiate units based on similar engineering characteristics that can be mapped in the investigation area. Typical stratigraphic layering is shown on Figure 3.1-1. The layer nomenclature follows an alphanumeric system with layer numbers increasing from top to bottom. Subdivided layers are identified with a letter designation (e.g., TRIA). Some layer boundaries correspond to geologic formations. Some upper portion of the layers TR1 and TR1A layers are most probably the Altamaha formation overlying the Tobacco Road formation, however, due to the similar material properties and an irregular erosional surface which separates these units, differentiating them is difficult. In some parts of the F-Area, the TR1 and TR2 layers have been subdivided to recognize sublayers with distinct soil properties (TRIA, TR2A, and TR2B). As described in the F-

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Area Geotechnical Characterization Report (WSRC, 1996c), the TR3/4 layer was first correlated to the lower portion of the Tobacco Road formation but based on more recent geologic investigations in the area has been reassigned to the upper portion of the Dry Branch formation. Layers DB1 through DB3 were combined into a DB1/3 layer because of similar properties. Likewise, layers DB4 and DB5 were combined into a DB4/5 layer. The DB1/3 layer corresponds to the Dry Branch formation while the DB4/5 layer corresponds to the upper Santee/Tinker formation. The Santee/Tinker formation, is the most variable layer in the shallow subsurface. It has been further subdivided into the ST1 and ST2 layer where practical. The green clay, which is an informal stratigraphic interval at the SRS, is considered the basal unit for the shallow engineering stratigraphy and is labeled as GC. This geologic unit is locally continuous and provides a reliable marker bed. The Green Clay overlays the Congaree Formation which is predominantly dense silty sands and where applicable is labeled CG. The following sections describe the physical attributes used to delineate each layer, as well as, depositional environment and lithologic variability with the exception of the CG layer. 3.1.1 TRI and TRIA Layers

The TR1 and TRIA layers are most probably the Altamaha formation consisting of red, purple and brown poorly sorted sands ranging from fine to gravel size with the dominant soil classification being clayey to silty sands (SC to SM). The depositional environment of these sediments is characterized as high energy fluvial such as river and stream channels. The base of the Altamaha is distinguished by an irregular erosional surface and can reach thicknesses of up to 70 feet at the SRS. This layer ranges in thickness from roughly 7 feet to nearly 36 feet thick. The TR1 layer is characterized by moderate SCPTU tip resistances and relatively high friction ratios while the underlying TR1A layer is generally less dense (lower tip resistances). 3.1.2 TR2A and TR2B Layers

The TR2A and TR2B layers have been used to differentiate the Tobacco Road formation. Sediments of the Tobacco Road formation were deposited in low energy shallow marine transitional environments such as tidal flats. Much of the sediments are laminated or otherwise bioturbated (mixed by burrowing
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organisms after deposition) red, purple and brown poorly sorted sands and clayey sands. The TR2A, and TR2B layers are predominantly sands and clayey sands (SP-SM to SP-SC) as determined by laboratory classification tests. The TR2B layer is distinquished from the overlying TRIA layer by increased tip resistance_,.nd notably lower sleeve friction values resulting in a lower friction ratio. The TR2A ranges from about 20 feet to 40 feet thick while the TR2B layer ranges from about 10 to 27 feet thick. 3.1.3 TR3/4 and DB1/3 Layers

The Dry Branch Formation consists of sands and clays deposited in a transitional sequence between near shore and bay or lagoon environments.The upper contact of the TR3/4 layer is defined by a marked decrease in CPT tip resistance and an increase in both the friction ratio and pore pressure measurements. As determined by laboratory classification tests, the TR3/4 layer is predominantly clays and sandy clays (SC). Thickness of this layer ranges from around 5 feet to around 10 feet thick over the balance of the area. The DBI/3 layers correspond to the Irwinton Sands. On the CPT logs, the DB1/3 layer is a zone of variable, but generally high, CPT tip resistances and low friction ratios. In general, pore pressures are low or slightly above hydrostatic. The dominant unified soil classification for the DB1/3 is SP-SM with minor layers of CL material occurring as laminations. Thickness of this layer ranges from 25 to 35 feet thick. 3.1.4 DB415, STI and ST2 layers The Santee/Tinker Formations represent the most complex geologic unit in the shallow subsurface of F-Area. It is depositionally complex and highly variable in both its lithology and material properties. Soils in the Santeef-inker range from sands- -to -silty sarrds- (SP-SM). The -contact -between the Santee/Tinker Formation and the overlying Dry Branch Formation is generally seen on the CPT logs as a sharp decrease in the pore pressure measurement. This layer is characterized by thin, alternating layers of low and high CPT tip resistances and friction ratios. Characteristically, CPT soundings in this layer show a pronounced sawtooth trace with large variations over relatively small vertical intervals. This

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highly variable pattern suggests interflingering of alternating lenses of clayey and silty sands with more resistant, silica-cemented sediments and less resistant, calcareous sediments, and appears to be a result of rapid lateral and vertical changes in the nature of the materials originally deposited in this interval. The unit consists of complex sequences of limestones, carbonate muds, carbonate sands, and muddy sands. The soils of the DB4/5 interval are much more plastic than the overlying Irwinton Sand (DBI/DB3) and the underlying STI layer. Soils of the DB4/5 typically classify as SM to CL materials. The DB4/5 layer has moderate to low tip resistances and moderate friction ratios. The DB4/5 layer has been subject to extensive characterization within the APSF area because of observed soft zones (tip resistances less than 15 tsf and N-values of 5 or less). The thickness of this layer ranges from about 6 to 10 feet thick. The ST1 layer is characterized by higher tip resistances than the overlying DB4/5 layer underlying ST2 layer. Although not all soundings penetrated this layer, the ST1 layer ranges in thickness from about 13 to 22 feet. Soils of the ST2 layer are generally characterized by lower tip resistances and sleeve resistances than the overlying ST1 layer. Soils of the ST1 and ST2 layers generally classify and SM to SP-SM materials. Based on the number of soundings that fully penetrated the ST2 layer, the thickness ranges from about 6 to 14 feet thick. In F-Area and elsewhere at SRS, the Santee/Tinker formation has been a In fact, nearly all foundation primary focus of foundation investigations. remediation programs have targeted this unit because of drilling problems such as lost drill fluid circulation or rod drops. 3.1.5 GC Layer The "green clay" (GC) is an informal stratigraphic name at SRS for stiff, green to gray clays, silts, and clayey sands that are commonly found at the base of the Santee/Tinker- Formation. In -general, these--sois -classify- as- SM to ML with varying amounts of clay. This layer is locally continuous at F-Area and has been used to define the lower boundary of the shallow stratigraphy. Layer elevations and thicknesses have been determined from those borings and soundings that penetrate this layer. Most borings and CPT soundings do not reach or penetrate the GC layer. The top of the layer ranges from around El. 126 feet MSL in the

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south and northwestern portions of the area to a high of around 140 feet MSL in the east-central part of the area. This is consistent with the correlating Gordon Confining Unit as mapped by Aadland (1995) which is correlatable to the "green clay" unit. 3.2 Groundwater Conditions Groundwater data was derived from water table monitoring wells located in various locations around and within F-Area as well as from WSRC-TR-98-00045, The Regional Water Table of the Savannah River Site and Related Coverages. Monitoring well NBG-5 is the nearest to the F-Area northeast expansion area (see Figure 1.0-2). As shown on Figure 3.2-1, the water table elevation from May, 1986 to May, 1997, ranges from about El. 214 feet MSL to about El. 221 MSL. The dominant water table gradient in the F-Area expansion area is oriented to the north and is largely controlled by Upper Three Runs Creek located immediately north of the F-Area. Groundwater Table contours are shown on Figure 2.0-1. 3.3 Engineering Soil Characteristics The engineering stratigraphy of the F-Area northeast expansion area was correlated with the APSF area and the engineering characteristics compared. This comparison was based on layer continuity and thickness, as well as, measured SPT N-values, CPT measurements and laboratory soil classification data. Layer continuity across the area is shown on eight subsurface cross sections (Figures 3.0-1 through 3.0.8). A summary of all CPT engineering layer picks for the F-Area northeast expansion area and APSF is given on Table 3.3-1, along with a generalized Figures 3.3-1 through 3.3-3 show mean (average) stratigraphy for the area. and standard deviations of shear wave velocities (Vs), CPT tip resistance (Qc)and CPT friction ratio (Rf) with the generalized average engineering stratigraphy. SPT N-values are plotted on Figure 3.3-4 to show the range of values versus elevation, as well as, the genralized engineering stratigraphy. Laboratory test results are included in Appendix C.

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A comparison of engineering soil properties between the F-Area northeast expansion area, APSF and the balance of F-Area is summarized in Table 3.3-2. As can be seen, the tabulated properties are very similar for all three areas. 3.3.1 Soft Zone Characteristics Weight of rod and occasional rod drops have been described in numerous drilling reports for monitoring wells and geotechnical borings located in the central part of the SRS. Early subsurface investigations performed by the Unites States Army Corps of Engineers (COE) frequently described these zones as soft zones, or even voids, and numerous subsequent subsurface investigations have described these same conditions at the SRS. These soft zones typically occur in the carbonate-bearing sediments of the Santee Limestone, Utley Limestone, and the Griffins Landing Member of the lower Dry Branch Formation. The prevailing assumption about the origin of these soft zones is dissolutioning of carbonate-rich, clastic sediments, resulting in vugular porosity (open pore space). When drilling these zones, the drill rod meets little shear resistance and drops (COE, 1951). However, much of the time, recovery of soil in the sampler precludes the zone from being characterized as a void. Soft zones are defined by SPT-N values < 5 or CPT tip resistance < 15 tsf. Also, thickness should be considered as well. These zones are generally restricted to the lower Dry Branch Formation and the Santee/Tinker Formation. However, soft zones can be found in other horizons at the SRS. The following sections discuss soft zones found in the northeast expansion and APSF areas. Soft zones in two different horizons were identified on CPT sounding profiles. Two CPT soundings in the APSF area also had soft zone hits at about El. 240 feet MSL however these were considered to be isolated. Nineteen OPT soundings and five SPT borings had tip resistances and N-values meeting soft zone criteria however thirteen of these CPT soundings were pushed to delineate a soft zone within the APSF area (Figure 3.3-1). Four of the remaining six represented isolated hits in the APSF area and the other two were within the northeast expansion area. Of the five SPT borings, one was located in the APSF area while the other four were located in the northeast expansion area. Soft zone intervals noted on all CPT soundings and SPT borings are summarized on Table 3.3-3.

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Soft zone intervals were noted in only two of the soundings pushed for the F Area northeast expansion investigation (soundings 103 and 157). Sounding 103 had a soft zone between El. 177.6 and El. 171.2 feet MSL with a cumulative soft zone thickness in this interval of about 2.9 feet thick. Revisions made to the boundary of the northeast expansion area placed sounding 103 outside of the investigation area, therefore this area was not investigated further (see Figure 2.0-1). SPT boring FB-19 had measured soft zones from El. 189.6 to about El. 186.6 feet MSL. CPT Sounding 114 was pushed adjacent to FB-19 (prior to FB 19 being drilled) with no measured soft zones. Sounding 157 had two soft zone intervals. The upper most interval was between El. 215.1 and 211.2 feet MSL with a cumulative soft zone thickness of about 3.4 feet thick. The lower soft zone interval was between El. 179.8 and El. 173.5 feet MSL with a cumulative soft zone thickness of about 6.2 feet thick. SPT boring FB-17 was drilled about ten feet away from sounding 157. The upper soft zone interval between El. 215.1 and 211.2 feet MSL was not encountered in the SPT boring. In fact, N-values of about 10 were measured through this interval. The lower soft zone interval was encountered in FB-17. An interval of low blow counts, including weight of rod, corresponding to the lower interval measured in sounding 157 was encountered between El. 183.1 to El. 176.1 feet MSL. In SPT boring FB-17, a lower interval with low blow counts and weight of rods was also encountered from El. 157.6 to 151.6 feet MSL. This interval corresponds to a low tip resistance interval in CPT sounding 157 however tip resistances are higher than 15 tsf (about 20 tsf). Additional indications of soft zones were noted in SPT boring FB-20 and FB-20A. FB-20 was drilled adjacent to sounding 179 for the purpose of obtaining a paired sounding and SPT boring. At about El. 179, a weight of rod over 37 inches was measured in boring FB-20. Drill fluid circulation was lost and the hole was abandoned. FB-20A was drilled adjacent to FB-20 and the interval from El. 194.9 to El. 181.4 was sampled with measured N-values greater than 20. At El. 181.4 however, circulation was lost in FB-20A and the hole was abandoned. These intervals in FB-20 and FB-20A correspond to a low tip resistance interval in sounding 179 which has thin layers of tip resistances measuring less than 15 tsf but haye a cumulative thickness less than 2 feet.

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The APSF area was extensively investigated for the extent and thickness of soft zones. Boring FB-1 located in the APSF area had low SPT N-values and weight of rod drop from El. 155.5 feet MSL to about El. 146.6 feet MSL. Soils from this interval were described as tan very fine silty and clayey sand with traces of shell fragments. Further investigation around this area with CPT soundings provided a reasonable mapped geometry of this soft zone. As shown on Figure 3.1-1, the soft zone actually occurred in two distinct horizons. The lowermost horizon within the Santee formation was delineated as shown on Figure 3.3-5. The upper Santee formation soft zone as shown on Figure 3.3-6 was not as Based on this investigative work it was continuous as the lower zone. reasonable to estimate the size, thickness and stratigraphic position of these soft zone intervals. SPT boring FB-4 in the APSF area also had a noted soft zone with low blow counts and weight of rod measurements from about El. 177.8 to 172.1 feet MSL. 3.3.1.3 Soft Zone Samples and Analysis Four CPT tubes were taken from the soft zones identified in the APSF area. From these tubes the following laboratory tests were performed to identify soil parameters: * 0 0 0 * 5 unit weight and moisture content tests 2 consolidation tests 5 Atterberg Limit tests 7 hydrometer suites including grain size analysis 1 unconfined compression test

Additional CPT samples were acquired from the lower soft zone interval in the vicinity of sounding 157 for the purpose of measuring the unit weight and moisture content for comparison with results from the APSF investigation. Results of the unit weights and moisture content were consistent with those made for the APSF area samples. The results of these tests are provided in Appendix B and are summarized on Table 3.3-5. It is important to note that the sample size for this type of sampler is smaller than that obtained from a shelby tube or other standard sampler. Arguments can be made that due to the smaller

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diameter (1.75 inches compared to 3 inches for a shelby tube), disturbances will be greater. Additionally there is no precedent or standardized procedure for testing these smaller size samples. Therefore, the consolidation and strength results are solely for interpretation and engineering judgement and may not be representative of the in-situ properties of the soils tested.

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4. GEOTECHNICAL AND FOUNDATION ASSESSMENT The conditions encountered during this program are not unlike conditions found elsewhere at the SRS. In fact, they are very similar in terms of: "* "* "* " "* Geology and soil classification; SPT N-values; CPT resistances; Shear wave velocity; and Presence of soft zones.

Figures 3.3-1 through 3.3-4 show the range of SPT N-values, the mean and and range of CPT corrected tip resistance (qt), CPT friction ratio (R1)and shear wave velocity (V,) from this investigation. Based on these results, the soils encountered can support structure and foundation loads currently constructed at the SRS with no adverse consequences. Typical foundation loading for existing critical facilities at the SRS is in the range of 4 to 7 kips per square foot (ksf). Higher loads could be supported depending on the layout, geometry and foundation depths of the proposed facilities and the results of a structure specific geotechnical investigation program, which is required for the proposed new mission facilities. The regional water table is approximately 60 to 70 feet below the ground surface, however, perched water should be expected. Construction cut slopes for the nearby APSF excavation have been stable since excavation in August and September of 1998, with slopes of one horizontal to one vertical. The slopes were benched and protected with a thin layer of emulsified asphalt. Heave markers placed within the excavation footprint measured heave between one-half to one inch for the 30 to 35 feet deep excavation. Thus, from a construction standpoint, there appears to be no apparent unusual issues.

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5. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS The shallow stratigraphy and average engineering properties determined for the F-Area northeast expansion are directly comparable to those determined for the Actinide Packaging and Storage Facility (APSF) area as well as the balance of the F-Area. Geologic conditions are also directly comparable between these two areas. Soft zone intervals detected in the F-Area northeast expansion area are consistent with soft zone sediments encountered at the APSF area. Siting and design of new facilities in this area should account for the presence of these soils either by avoiding the placement of critical facilities where these zones are known to exist, or determining the potential settlement and designing the facility to accommodate the estimated movement. A thorough review of the data included in this report is recommended for planning further investigations. Design and construction of new PC-3 and higher facilities, heavily loaded structures or capital investment projects in the F-Area northeast expansion area should not require extensive geotechnical characterization. However, structure specific investigations for foundation design and construction, as well as, proper characterization of soft zone intervals are required. Foundation specific investigations should consider structure size, geometry, foundation type and depth, performance classification and functional classification, etc. A limited program of field testing to confirm dynamic soil properties may be required to obtain baseline subsurface information such that a site-specific comparison with results of this investigation can be made. Heave monitoring is required for excavations greater than ten feet deep. Settlement monitoring is required for all major and/or critical new facilities throughout the construction phase until final turn-over or when operations commence. After operations commence, settlement monitoring is required on an established interval. Settlement results should be compiled and reviewed by competent geotechnical and structural engineers. New critical facilities should consider seismic instrumentation in the structure design and facility operation. An SRS Engineering Standard for seismic

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instrumentation is currently under development. This standard will provide specifications for seismic instrumentation installation and performance.

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6. REFERENCES Aadland, R. K., Gellici, J. A., and Thayer, P. A. (1995), "Hydrogeologic Framework of West-Central South Carolina," S. C. Department of Natural Resources, Water Resources Division, Report 5. Annual Book of ASTM Standards (1996), American Society for Testing and Materials. WSRC (1992), "Procedure Manual 3Q5, Hydrogeologic Data Collection" WSRC (1995) "In-Tank Precipitation (ITP) and H-Tank Farm (HTF) Geotechnical Report," WSRC-TR-95-0057, Rev. 0, September. WSRC (1996a), "Procedure Manual E7, Conduct of Engineering and Technical Support." WSRC (1996b), "Procedure Manual E9, Site Geotechnical Services." WSRC (1996c), "F-Area Geotechnical Characterization Report, WSRC-TR-96 0069, Rev. 0, September 1996. WSRC (1998a), "APSF Confirmatory Drilling Program Results, PECD-SGS-98 0115, June, 1998. WSRC (1998b)," The Regional Water Table of the Savannah River Site and Related Coverages" WSRC-TR-98-00045, September 1998.

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SURFACE TRI TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 ST1 ST2 GC CG BASE

CPT-1 290.50 290.5Q 273.01 258.98 231.98 209.01i 203.02 172.02 164.03 151.96 141.93 132.99 130.50 CPT-1 17.49: 14.03, 27.00 22.97. 5.99 31.00 7.99 12.07 10.03 8.94

CPT-2 290.50 290.50 274.96 255.83 228.94 203.45 200.03 176.62 169.86 152.01 139.24 133.11 132.50 CPT-2 15.54 19.13 26.89 25.49 3.42 23.41 6.76 17.85 12.77 6.13

CPT-4 292.18 292.18 277.99 260.97 230.92 210.00 206.00 178.00 176.00 151.99 ----------148.17 CPT-4 14.19 17.02 30.05 20.92 4.00 28.00 2.00 24.01

Layer OPT-5 291.29 291.29 272.89 259.95 229.95 209.93 201.94 175.98 169.99 152.93 142.94 136.00 134.29 CPT-5 18.40 12.94 30.00 20.02 7.99 25.96 5.99 17.06 9.99 6.94

Elevation CPT-6 289.66 289.66 276.94 262.96 234.01 210.99 204.00 175.96 169.92 151.99 142.01 133.93 132.66

(ft above MSL) CPT-7 CPT-8 282.74 285.08 282.74 285.08 275.88 273.16 262.94 260.97 237.87 233.56 213.87 209.04 203.90 203.27 176.93 173.37 171.88 168.90 152.88 149.90 142.91 138.87 133.88 132.72 132.74 129.08 CPT-8 11.92 12.19 27.41 24.52 5.77 29.90 4.47 19.00 11.03 6.15

CPT-9 285.30 285.30 278.92 261.90 234.96 211.89 200.90 172.90 167.96 149.90 140.01 139.30 CPT-9 6.38 17.02 26.94 23.07 10.99 28.00 4.94 18.06 9.89

CPT-10 287.16 287.16 273.80 261.21 234.15 209.94 205.27 172.98 168.50 151.88 136.64 132.22 130.16 CPT-10 13.36 12.59 27.06 24.21 4.67 32.29 4.48 16.62 15.24 4.42

CPT-1I 288.59 288.59 274.94 253.89 234.93 211.90 207.95 176.90 168.96 151.89 145.89 141.90 138.59 CPT-11 13.65 21.05 18.96 23.03 3.95 31.05 7.94 17.07 6.00 3.99

CPT-12 288.89 288.89 271.70 254.91 236.93 215.29 208.94 177.22 171.14 149.00 142.04 137.89 CPT-12 17.19 16.79 17.98 21.64 6.35 31.72 6.08 22.14 6.96

TR1 TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 STI ST2 GC CG

Layer Thickness (ft) CPT-6 CPT-7 12.72 6.86 13.98 12.94 28.95 25.07 23.02 24.00 6.99 9.97 28.04 26.97 6.04 5.05 17.93 19.00 9.98 9.97 8.08 9.03

NOTE: ELEVATIONS ARE TO TOP OF LAYER

Table 3.3-1A Summary of CPT Layer Picks (Layer Tops and Layer Thicknesses for APSF and Northeast Expansion)

SURFACE TRI TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 ST1 ST2 GC CG BASE

CPT-13 289.79 289.7 280.02 264.96 238.91 216.91 208.98 176.93 171.93 152.91 139.93 132.99 129.79 CPT-13 9.77. 15.06 26.05 22.00 7.93 32.05 5.00 19.02 12.98 6.94

CPT-14 289.70 289.70 271.70 254.91 236.93 215.29 208.94 177.22 171.14 149.00 142.04 133.07 102.70 CPT-14 18.00 16.79 17.98 21.64 6.35 31.72 6.08 22.14 6.96 8.97 30.37

CPT-15 295.13 295.13 277.94 257.97 222.93 197.97 195.02 172.01 163.02 149.00 137.97 131.98 128.13 CPT-15 17.19 19.97 35.04 24.96 2.95 23.01 8.99 14.02 11.03 5.99

Layer CPT-16 283.80 283.80 270.65 259.93 232.86 209.97 203.15 174.93 169.00 149.16 137.43 132.90 129.80 CPT-16 13.15 10.72 27.07 22.89 6.82 28.22 5.93 19.84 11.73 4.53

Elevation (ft above MSL) CPT-17 CPT-18 CPT-19 287.10 293.00 293.10 287.10 293.00 293.10 271.95 278.03 278.00 259.00 264.07 260.11 230.99 236.99 233.04 211.95 213.98 211.94 202.90 208.00 204.04 176.00 179.00 176.03 169.99 172.98 170.95 153.96 151.03 150.92 143.01 137.03 138.96 135.98 130.96 -----133.10 129.48 130.18 Layer Thickness (ft) CPT-17 CPT-18 15.15 14.97 12.95 13.96 28.01 27.08 19.04 23.01 9.05 5.98 26.90 29.00 6.01 6.02 16.03 21.95 10.95 14.00 7.03 6.07 CPT-19 15.10 17.89 27.07 21.10 7.90 28.01 5.08 20.03 11.96 8.78

CPT-20 291.20 291.20 279.99 262.01 234.00 210.98 204.96 178.01 173.96 151.97 138.00 129.54 CPT-20 11.21 17.98 28.01 23.02 6.02 26.95 4.05 21.99 13.97 8.46

CPT-21 291.70 291.70 279.08 261.03 235.03 211.95 205.00 179.04 171.04 155.00 139.00 133.02 130.96 CPT-21 12.62 18.05 26.00 23.08 6.95 25.96 8.00 16.04 16.00 5.98

CPT-22 290.60 290.60 276.70 258.50 230.02 204.85 200.90 176.80 168.73 152.27 140.17 138.96 CPT-22 13.90 18.20 28.48 25.17 3.95 24.10 8.07 16.46 12.10 ......

CPT-22A 291.40 291.40 274.98 258.03 227.96 199.01 196.02 170.02 167.03 149.95 137.01 ...... 130.88 CPT-22A 16.42 16.95 30.07 28.95 2.99 26.00 2.99 17.08 12.94 6.13

TR1 TR1A TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 ST1 ST2 GC CG

NOTE: ELEVATIONS ARE TO TOP OF LAYER

Table 3.3-1 B Summary of CPT Layer Picks (Layer Tops and Layer Thicknesses for APSF and Northeast Expansion)

SURFACE TR1 TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBIIDB3 DB4/DB5 STI ST2 GC CG BASE

CPT-23 290.90 290.90 274.94 258.03 229.97 209.02 204.02 177.00 171.95 150.01 137.94 133.19 131.92 CPT-23 15.96 16.91. 28.06 20.95 5.00: 27.02! 5.05 21.94 12.07 4.75 .. ... ..

CPT-24 290.00 290.00 277.04 261.99 233.96 207.03 201.96 174.94 167.97 147.04 134.99 128.31 CPT-24 12.96 15.05 28.03 26.93 5.07 27.02 6.97 20.93 12.05 6.68 .. .. ..

CPT-25 290.10 290.10 272.99 255.97 230.00 207.02 201.02 176.09 170.04 153.98 139.97 133.05 132.04 CPT-25 17.11 17.02 25.97 22.98 6.00 24.93 6.05 16.06 14.01 6.92 ... ...

Layer CPT-26 289.50 289.50 278.99 265.00 239.04 217.01 210.00 179.05 172.88 152.12 143.03 -----139.34

Elevation (ft above MSL) CPT-27 CPT-28 CPT-29 290.30 289.80 288.10 290.30 289.80 277.01 280.97 288.10 259.04 263.96 265.97 232.01 236.94 239.09 205.04 213.03 217.95 199.99 207.96 212.03 174.01 176.94 181.04 167.96 171.00 175.00 150.13 154.03 150.94 137.03 138.03 144.98 140.03 131.98 131.73 131.05 138.91 CPT-29 0.00 22.13 26.88 21.14 5.92 30.99 6.04 24.06 5.96 4.95

CPT-30 288.80 288.80 275.36 267.01 240.08 215.92 207.98 180.01 174.02 155.98 146.00 143.33

CPT-31 290.70 290.70 274.95 257.94 230.00 206.98 201.02 176.05 172.05 148.98 135.97 131.96

CPT-32 289.50 289.50 276.94 267.75 239.98 217.10 212.97 182.10 178.10 153.94 140.89 133.51 CPT-32 12.56 9.19 27.77 22.88 4.13 30.87 4.00 24.16 13.05 7.38

CPT-32A 288.00 288.00 280.02 265.00 238.02 213.88 209.96 181.03 176.99 154.99 139.94 133.86 CPT-32A 7.98 15.02 26.98 24.14 3.92 28.93 4.04 22.00 15.05 6.08 . ... .

TR1 TRIA

"TR2A
TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 STI ST2 GC CG

Layer Thickness (ft) CPT-26 CPT-27 CPT-28 10.51 13.29 8.83 13.99 17.97 17.01 25.96 27.03 27.02 22.03 26.97 23.91 7.01 5.05 5.07 30.95 25.98 31.02 6.17 6.05 5.94 20.76 17.83 16.97 9.09 13.10 16.00 -----5.05 6.98

CPT-30 CPT-31 13.44 15.75 8.35 17.01 26.93 27.94 24.16 23.02 7.94 5.96 27.97 24.97 5.99 4.00 18.04 23.07 9.98 13.01 -----.. .... ... ...

NOTE: ELEVATIONS ARE TO TOP OF LAYER

Table 3.3-1C Summary of CPT Layer Picks (Layer Tops and Layer Thicknesses for APSF and Northeast Expansion)

SURFACE TR1 TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 STI ST2 GC CG BASE

CPT-33 290.10 290.10: 275.99 260.02 232.04

CPT-34 290.30 290.30 274.97 256.01 229.97 e-- 204.03 201.97 199.97 175.90: 174.93 169.99 169.03 151.07! 147.99 138.10 137.00 133.00 132.83 131.73 CPT-34 15.33 18.96 26.04 25.94 4.06 25.04 5.90 21.04 10.99

CPT-35 290.00 290.00 275.96 262.98 236.06 212.01 205.94 176.94 171.00 151.01 136.95 130.02 129.91 CPT-35 14.04 12.98 26.92 24.05 6.07 29.00 5.94 19.99 14.06 6.93

Layer CPT-36 291.70 291.70' 276.94 263.01 236.16 213.83 205.85 180.04 172.61 155.49 139.08 134.93 134.81 CPT-36 14.76 13.93 26.85 22.33 7.98 25.81 7.43 17.12 16.41 4.15

Elevation (ft above MSL) CPT-37 CPT-38 CPT-39 292.00 290.00 290.00 292.00 290.00 290.00 278.35 274.97 272.01 259.99 256.01 254.92 232.21 238.00 233.92 212.05 217.05 211.98 204.81 210.02 204.95 174.37 178.96 174.98 171.70 175.01 167.96 154.93 154.93 153.04 137.36 139.07 132.96 132.10 147.02 133.32

CPT-40 286.60 286.60 266.04 240.04 218.06 211.08 178.02 173.96 153.97 141.03 ...... 136.78 CPT-40 0.00 20.56 26.00 21.98 6.98 33.06 4.06 19.99 12.94 4.25

CPT-41 289.50 289.50 270.97 252.97 232.97 208.99 205.04 169.99 166.96 147.01 133.99 130.85 CPT-41 18.53 18.00 20.00 23.98 3.95 35.05 3.03 19.95 13.02

CPT-42 287.50 287.50 264.02 237.05 217.01 210.08 178.07 173.00 153.98 148.95 145.66 CPT-42 0.00 23.48 26.97 20.04 6.93 32.01 5.07 19.02 5.03 3.29

CPT-43 289.00 289.00 270.00 250.91 234.94 215.02 210.03

--------206.13 CPT-43 19.00 19.09 15.97 19.92 4.99 -------------

TR1 TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 STI ST2 GC CG

CPT-33 14.11 15.97 27.98; 25.06. 5.01 26.07 5.91 18.92 12.97 5.10

Layer Thickness (ft) CPT-37 CPT-38 CPT-39 13.65 15.03 17.99 18.36 18.96 17.09 27.78 18.01 21.00 20.16 20.95 21.94 7.24 7.03 7.03 30.44 31.06 29.97 2.67 3.95 7.02 16.77 20.08 14.92 17.57 7.91 13.97 4.40 ------ 5.75

NOTE: ELEVATIONS ARE TO TOP OF LAYER

Table 3.3-1D Summary of CPT Layer Picks (Layer Tops and Layer Thicknesses for APSF and Northeast Expansion)

SURFACE TR1 TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 ST1 ST2 GC CG BASE

CPT-43A CPT-44 285.50 289.00 285.50 289.00 271.89 267.99 262.89 248.98 236.97 234.93 217.93 213.95 207.94 208.95 ------ 177.95 ------- 171.87 155.00 ------ 148.96 145.01 144.30 204.71 CPT-43A 21.01 19.01 14.05 20.98 5.00 CPT-44 13.61 9.00 25.92 19.04 9.99 29.99 6.08 16.87 6.04 3.95 -

Layer Elevation (ft above MSL) CPT-52 CPT-51 CPT-48 CPT-46 CPT-45 288.80 286.70 285.80 286.00 287.40 288.80 .----269.89 286.70 285.80 286.00 287.40 260.76 261.01 263.02 259.97 263.96 236.80 235.94 235.95 235.00 238.05 216.81 215.04 212.96 213.01 217.04 209.98 204.97 205.03 204.02 210.02 176.99 179.90 173.92 176.93 177.97 172.98 172.92 166.94 171.03 172.99 149.92 154.01 149.94 152.97 155.02 139.04 138.01 ------ 138.01 142.00 132.95 132.98 -----132.44 132.10 130.71 139.70 136.46 CPT-45 0.00 23.44 25.91 21.01 7.02 32.05 4.98 17.97 13.02 5.54 CPT-46 0.00 26.03 24.97 21.99 8.99 27.09 5.90 18.06 Layer Thickness (ft) CPT-51 CPT-48 0.00 0.00 25.69 22.78 25.07 27.07 20.90 22.99 10.07 7.93 25.07 31.11 6.98 6.98 18.91 17.00 16.00 11.93 5.03 7.30 ..... CPT-52 18.91 9.13 23.96 19.99 6.83 32.99 4.01 23.06 10.88 6.09

CPT-53 289.90 289.90 276.77 264.55 235.74 215.48 209.12 177.47 173.78 153.35 143.64 -----139.90 CPT-53 13.13 12.22 28.81 20.26 6.36 31.65 3.69 20.43 9.71

CPT-103 271.70 ...... 271.70 256.91 238.88 209.90 199.94 177.86 167.91 151.93 142.93 132.89 115.85 CPT-103 0.00 14.79 18.03 28.98 9.96 22.08 9.95 15.98 9.00 10.04 .....

CPT-104 274.20 274.20 257.89 240.95 211.89 199.96 178.88 171.87 155.92 147.92 143.08 CPT-104 0.00 16.31 16.94 29.06 11.93 21.08 7.01 15.95 8.00 4.84

CPT-113 276.70 276.70 259.82 236.01 210.03 203.85 181.92 172.08 152.68 138.73 133.52 130.76 CPT-113 0.00 16.88 23.81 25.98 6.18 21.93 9.84 19.40 13.95 5.21

TRI TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 STI ST2 GC CG

---------------------

NOTE: ELEVATIONS ARE TO TOP OF LAYER

Table 3.3-1 E Summary of CPT Layer Picks (Layer Tops and Layer Thicknesses for APSF and Northeast Expansion)

SURFACE TRI TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 ST1 ST2 GC CG BASE

CPT-114 273.60 273.60 267.64 259.8 236.66 212.40 203.28 178.04 170.0 149.81 142.45 136.15 128.02 CPT-114 5.96 7.81 23.17 24.26 9.12 25.24 7.98 20.25 7.36 6.30

CPT-115 272.00 272.00 266.26 260.15 236.94 209.10 202.01 174.96 167.77 148.01 140.91 133.47 127.98 CPT-115 5.74 6.11 23.21 27.84 7.09 27.05 7.19 19.76 7.10 7.44

CPT-116 270.10 -----270.10 258.03 238.06 211.44 202.94 169.91 149.95 140.72 137.51 CPT-116 0.00 12.07 19.97 26.62 8.50 33.03 19.96 0.00 9.23

Layer Elevation (ft above MSL) CPT-126 CPT-127 CPT-128 CPT-129 278.90 279.30 279.30 277.20 278.90 279.30 279.30 277.20 265.32 267.78 262.88 265.95 258.49 259.91 250.83 253.90 230.15 231.85 227.91 236.94 203.78 203.01 205.92 211.87 199.16 196.88 196.88 203.90 175.98 176.02 176.94 174.88 164.29 165.36 167.91 167.96 147.13 148.53 148.94 149.95 140.83 135.07 141.88 140.88 131.75 131.65 ------ 131.89 125.93 114.60 132.04 129.12 CPT-126 13.58 6.83 28.34 26.37 4.62 23.18 11.69 17.16 6.30 9.08 ............ Layer Thickness (ft) CPT-127 CPT-128 11.52 16.42 7.87 12.05 28.06 22.92 28.84 21.99 6.13 9.04 20.86 19.94 10.66 9.03 16.83 18.97 13.46 7.06 3.42 9.84 CPT-129 11.25 12.05 16.96 25.07 7.97 29.02 6.92 18.01 9.07 8.99

CPT-143 286.10 286.10 265.85 246.90 234.98 210.87 202.92 175.89 165.93 152.94 141.91 131.91 130.02 CPT-143 20.25 18.95 11.92 24.11 7.95 27.03 9.96 12.99 11.03 10.00

CPT-147 284.80 284.80 267.88 252.67 235.70 210.02 204.58 173.25 164.98 148.88 135.60 129.73 127.34 CPT-147 16.92 15.21 16.97 25.68 5.44 31.33 8.27 16.10 13.28 5.87

CPT-148 284.10 284.10 274.16 252.56 235.35 209.84 204.93 172.18 161.78 149.57 137.01 128.58 126.62 CPT-148 9.94 21.60 17.21 25.51 4.91 32.75 10.40 12.21 12.56 8.43

CPT-149 274.80 274.80 256.92 245.89 220.96 214.93 188.94 179.96 158.92 149.94 136.90 131.92 CPT-149 0.00 17.88 11.03 24.93 6.03 25.99 8.98 21.04 8.98 13.04

TR1 TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 STI ST2 GC CG

NOTE: ELEVATIONS ARE TO TOP OF LAYER

Table 3.3-1 F Summary of CPT Layer Picks (Layer Tops and Layer Thicknesses for APSF and Northeast Expansion)

SURFACE TRI TR1A TR2A TR2B TR3ITR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 ST1 ST2 GC CG BASE

CPT-151 290.10 290.10 269.57 254.70 232.48 210.09 203.10 171.03 165.12 143.80 138.42 134.66 134.14

CPT-155 289.10 289.10 276.66 260.61 232.44 204.92 199.95 167.94 163.61 146.95 135.35 128.40 126.05

CPT-156 289.20 .289.20 278.85 261.87 233.47 209.68 204.57 164.94 163.07 149.97 135.67 130.04 128.15 CPT-156 10.35 16.98 28.40 23.79 5.11 39.63 1.87 13.10 14.30 5.63

Layer Elevation CPT-157 CPT-159 283.10 293.70 283.10 293.70 273.38 277.77 260.20 259.97 239.80 232.20 216.16 210.68 207.35 204.09 180.04 171.58 173.37 168.37 158.34 149.71 145.43 138.55 135.92 132.25 130.92 129.13 CPT-157 9.72 13.18 20.40 23.64 8.81 27.31 6.67 15.03 12.91 9.51

(ft above MSL) CPT-163 CPT-167 293.90 296.70 293.90 296.70 278.97 280.31 265.96 265.38 237.99 239.72 217.00 218.16 213.62 211.86 178.00 174.53 154.00 -----140.99 -----132.10 128.87 181.49

CPT-171 298.50 298.50 284.98 269.96 232.80 212.85 204.59 180.05 173.57

CPT-172 295.40 295.40 265.99 239.98 220.96 215.03 189.03 185.00 163.02 149.00 138.07 133.28 CPT-172 0.00 29.41 26.01 19.02 5.93 26.00 4.03 21.98 14.02 10.93

CPT-173 297.60 297.60 287.49 262.56 241.93 221.08 214.07 186.01 177.57 161.54 153.66 147.41 CPT-173 10.11 24.93 20.63 20.85 7.01 28.06 8.44 16.03 7.88

166.43 CPT-171 13.52 15.02 37.16 19.95 8.26 24.54 6.48

CPT-174 301.50 301.50 292.68 269.97 241.63 219.01 212.00 184.19 171.52 159.53 143.58 135.63 130.12 CPT-174 8.82 22.71 28.34 22.62 7.01 27.81 12.67 11.99 15.95 7.95

TR1 TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 STI ST2 GC CG

CPT-151 CPT-155 20.53 12.44 14.87 16.05 22.22 28.17 22.39 27.52 6.99 4.97 32.07 32.01 5.91 4.33 21.32 16.66 5.38 11.60 3.76 6.95 , ------

Layer Thickness (ft) CPT-159 CPT-163 CPT-167 15.93 14.93 16.39 17.80 13.01 14.93 27.77 27.97 25.66 21.52 20.99 21.56 6.59 3.38 6.30 32.51 35.62 30.37 3.21 3.47 18.66 20.53 11.16 13.01 6.30 8.89 ......

NOTE: ELEVATIONS ARE TO TOP OF LAYER

Table 3.3-1 G Summary of CPT Layer Picks (Layer Tops and Layer Thicknesses for APSF and Northeast Expansion)

CPT-175
'o Jl'/br ,L,' 1-I

CPT-176
")1 tl

CPT-177
7

TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 ST1 ST2 GC CG BASE

303.10 287.49 280.12 244.00 220.02 214.01 184.17 173.01 157.58 143.80 137.70' 136.17

297.60 288.74 267.97 246.19 221.70 216.89 187.83 179.91 160.86 158.27 150.95

301.70 278.78 267.07 244.43 225.62 217.00 186.07 179.84

169.10
Lt-' I -'1 , 7

Layer Elevation (ft above MSL) CPT-178 CPT-179 CPT-180 CPT-181 "tl h QI..UU 301.40 302.30 304.90 305.60 301.40 302.30 304.90 295.07 288.11 287.00 294.89 272.77 276.49 245.96 271.29 246.03 248.28 224.92 244.29 219.93 225.11 213.99 212.65 213.16 219.97 ------ 202.88 186.21 192.24 184.02 178.85 173.30 188.46 ------ 172.25 158.69 ----------- -----144.96 140.93 137.25 177.46 181.45 166.17

CPT-182 304.80 -----304.80 278.00 259.01 219.00 208.97 183.96 180.03 ----164.70 CPT-182 0.00 26.80 40.01 10.03 28.94 3.93 3.56
-

CPT-183 301.70 301.70 281.93 272.72 246.32 228.60 220.00 190.87 187.31 ------186.74 CPT-183 19.77 9.21 26.40 17.72 8.60 29.13 3.56
-

CPT-185 CPT-186 308.20 304.50 308.20 304.50 294.90 290.82 271.45 267.44 242.18 246.99 217.08 222.31 202.02 211.96 181.06 184.01 172.97 178.90 -----. -161.96 153 .98 171.34 CPT-185 13.30 23.45 29.27 25.10 15.06 20.96 8.09
-.--

149.52 CPT-186 13.68 23.38 20.45 24.68 10.35 27.95 5.11 16.94 7.98

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TRI TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 STI ST2 GC CG

Layer Thickness (ft)


I i ".o I _ r-, I -I1 In tD-. I[:1r.1I70 ... J ... I .. ... U =7 -T.70 -- 0 tDT 4O ( I Q

15.61 7.37 36.12 23.98 6.01 29.84 11.16 15.43 13.78 6.10

8.86 20.77 21.78 24.49 4.81 29.06 7.92 19.05 2.59

22.92 11.71 22.64 18.81 8.62 30.93 6.23

10.53 22.30 26.74 26.10 6.77 26.95 12.91 14.61 13.73 4.03

13.29 11.62 28.21 23.17 5.14 27.73 3.78


-

15.30 41.04 21.04 10.93 29.97 0.00


-

CPT-181 10.01 23.60 27.00 31.64 9.77 24.03 6.60


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- -

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NOTE: ELEVATIONS ARE TO TOP OF LAYER

Table 3.3-1 H Summary of CPT Layer Picks (Layer Tops and Layer Thicknesses for APSF and Northeast Expansion)

SURFACE TR1 TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 ST1 ST2 GC CG BASE

CPT-188 310.40 310.40 296.70 273.60 246.28 221.38 210.87 186.99 181.00 ----------168.56

Layer Elevation (ft above MSL) CPT-189 CPT-196 AVG 309.20 290.10 290.08 290.10 290.95 309.20 273.07 278.42 276.04 260.22 261.51 242.99 235.74 236.46 219.99 212.36 213.08 212.96 208.42 206.30 187.98 173.50 177.99 179.95 168.87 171.72 152.42 141.10 133.87 175.16 168.31 AVG 11.66 16.90 25.28 23.05 7.23 27.72 6.44 18.15 11.24 6.65 30.37

STD DEV 8.24 7.27 8.71 6.51 5.59 5.63 5.26 5.13 5.13 3.75 4.66 3.29

TRI TRIA TR2A TR2B TR3/TR4 DBI/DB3 DB4/DB5 ST1 ST2 GC CG

Layer Thickness (ft) CPT-188 CPT-189 CPT-196 13.70 0.00 17.03 23.10 33.16 12.85 27.32 33.05 24.48 24.90 23.00 23.38 10.51 7.03 3.94 23.88 24.98 34.92 5.99 8.03 4.63 ...... -----------

STD DEV 6.17 5.79 5.02 3.22 3.97 5.37 2.74 3.53 3.15 2.06

NOTE: ELEVATIONS ARE TO TOP OF LAYER

Table 3.3-11 Summary of CPT Layer Picks (Layer Tops and Layer Thicknesses for APSF and Northeast Expansion)

Source SPT N-Value (blows/foot) qt/N F-Area Report APSF Data F-Area Report APSF Data F-Area Report APSF Data F-Area Report APSF Data F-Area Report APSF Data F:Area Report APSF Data F-Area Report APSF Data F-Area Report APSF Data F-Area Report APSF Data

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Table 3.3-2 Summary of Engineering Soil Properties

CPT No. 2 3 6 18 20A 23 24 25 27 29 32 32A 33 38 39 46 51 103 157

Top Ely 150.68 173.28 170.35 145.10 175.86 138.70 150.90 146.05 208.90 174.27 142.87 147.08 151.08 181.30 144.31 144.00 140.18 174.68 178.74 207.44 176.43 177.90 177.60 215.13 179.80 Top Ely 155.1 177.8 183.10 157.60 189.60 179.00

Bot Ely 144.47 170.65 166.05 138.46 170.43 136.51 148.79 139.70 204.25 169.56 138.35 144.87 146.66 175.34 139.78 140.15 138.77 170.67 175.41 205.50 172.44 172.98 171.21 211.21 173.46 Bot Ely 146.6 172.1 176.10 151.60 186.60 172.90

SPT No. FB-1 FB-4 FB-17 FB-19 FB-20

App. Thickness 5.97 2.63 3.93 6.28 5.04 2.19 2.11 5.44 4.65 4.71 4.52 2.21 3.45 5.21 3.50 3.36 1.41 2.62 3.03 1.94 3.99 4.07 2.88 3.39 6.19 Appx. Thickness 8.5 5.70 7.00 6.00 3.00 6.10

SOFT ZONE THICKNESS CRITERIA: 1. For a CPT to be labelled as a soft zone "hit" it must have a zone with a corrected tip stress of less than 15 tsf over a 2 ft thick (or greater) interval. Professional judgment may include a few zones that approach 2 ft in thickness. For a boring to be labelled as a soft zone "hit" it must have a WR, WH or N-value <=5 over a 2 ft or greater interval. 2. About two-thirds of the CPTs have soft zone thicknesses which consist of two or more intervals having <15 tsf tip stresses. The criteria for combining these separate soft intervals into a single zone is an intervening harder layer less than 1 foot in thickness. In these instances the Top Ely, Bot Ely, and appx. zone thickness were calculated excluding the harder layer as shown in the following example:

2 ft thick Ely 0.5 ft thick 1 ft thick 1 tfi -1. 98

Top Eiv = 100 Bot Ely = 96.5 Appx. Thickness = 3.0 ft

Ely = 97.5 Bot Elv = 96.5

Table 3.3-3 Summary of Soft Zone Intervals

SAMPLE NUMBER F235 CSS38 F235 CSS38 F235 CSS53B F235 CSS 53 F235 CSS32 F235 CSS32 F235 CSS32 SAMPLE NUMBER F235 CSS38 F235 CSS38 F235 CSS53B F235 CSS 53 F235 CSS32 F235 CSS32 F235 CSS32 SAMPLE NUMBER

ADJACENT CPT 38 38 53 53 32 32 32 Dry UW Ib/ftA3 65.2 77.8 83 75.1 97.9

TOP ELEV. 177.5 175.5 154.9 154.9 141.5 140.7 139.5 MC

TOP DEPTH 112 114 135 135 148 148.8 150 Wet UW
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BOTTOM DEPTH 114 116 137 139 148.8 150 150.5 %Sand 61.8 85.5 90.6 90.9 48.3 64.9 62.6 Pc ksf

SOFT INTERVAL UPPER ST UPPER ST LOWER ST LOWER ST LOWER ST LOWER ST LOWER ST %Fines 38.2 14.5 9.4 9.1 51.7 35.1 37.4 Po' ksf

LAB TESTING ASSIGNMENTS UW, Cons, Hyd, AL, MC UW, Cons, Hyd, AL, MC UW, Hyd, AL, MC UW, Hyd, AL, MC Hyd, Cons, UCC, AL Hyd Hyd %Clay 29.5 11.5 1.9 1.7 24.2 5.9 6 OCR D50 mm 0.14 0.17 0.14 0.13 0.07 0.09 0.08 su ksf LL PI Class SC SM SP-SM SP-SM CL SM SM

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Table 3.3-4 Summary of Soft Zone Soil Properties

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Tip (COR) (tsf)

KEY:
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Shelby Tube Samples in Adjacent UD Borings KEY Lcaton(note: [ CP Smpl CPT Sample Location, SPT N-Value
Approximate Water Table
...........

o Weight of Hammer or Rodo( Scale for CPT Sleeve


Stress, Resistance in TSF
..
.....

Scale for SPT N-Value refusal= 100)


Scale for CPT Tip (COR) Stress, Resistance in TSF

1. The subsurface section shown represents our evaluation of the most probable conditions 2. The discussion in the text of the report is necessary for a proper understanding of the nature

based uponeinterpretation of presently available data. Some variation from these conditions must be expected. of the subsurface material.

Fr P I, CO I'D le
(1sf)

o0 Sleeve (tsf) Tip (COR) (tsf)


lip

............... .

3.The use of the geologic formation designation of soils encountered is used for ease of description and should not be interpreted as a textural or engineering description. 4.-Water talbeelev shown represents an average high and generalized across the area. Refer to report for actual water table data. 5. USC = Unified Soil Classification.

Prepared By: Approved By:

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Checked By: Revision: 0

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Distance (feet)

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Weight of Hammer or Rod S alefor PT leev clfrCTSev Resistance in TSF

oo

Scale(nore: refusal = 00 (nt:rfsl=10

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1.-The subsurface_ section shown represents our evaluation of the most probable conditions , based upon interpretation of presently available data. Some variation from these conditions CO must be expected. of the nature 2. The discussion in the text of the report is necessary for a proper understanding U of the subsurface material. ( 3. The use of the geologic formation designation of soils encountered is used for ease of and should not be interpreted as a textural or engineering description. 4. Water talba elev shown represents an average high and generalized across the area. Refer to report for actual water table data. 5. USC = Unified Soil Classification.

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325

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80

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Figure 3.3-1 Range of SPT N-value Measurements

Northeast Characterization
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Northeast Characterization
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Corrected Friction Ratio(%

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Northeast Characterization
325 Average -Average + Std. Dev. - - - Average - Std. Dev. * -

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1100

1300

1500

1700

1900

Shear Wave Velocity (fps)

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54700

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East (feet)

55000

55100

55200

Soft zone near elevation 140: blue shaded areas postulated extent of soft zone(s) Soft zone near elevation 170 CPT with no soft zones or no soft zones in excess of 2.0 ft in-thickness .......

0 0

CPT sample push SPT Boring with soft zone SPT Boring with NO soft zone

"*
0

S - Undisturbed (Shelby-Tube)-Boring

Figure modified from WSRC (1998a) APSF Confirmatory Drilling Program Results, June,
Program Results, June, Figure modified from WSRC (1998a) APSF Confirmatory Drilling

-1998, PECD-SGS-98-0115

Figure 3.3-5 Map of APSF Area and Mapped Extent of Lower Soft Zone

79600

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FS-10

79500

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54700

54800

54900

55000

55100

55200

East (feet)
o
*

Soft(zone near elevation 140


Soft zone near elevation 170; blue shaded areas postulated extent of soft zone(s) C PT with no soft zones or no soft zones in excess of 2.0 ft in thickness

*
03

CPT sample push


SPT Boring with soft zone SPT Boring with NO soft zone Undisturbed (Shelby Tube) Boring

0I

Figure 3.3-6 Map of APSF Area and Mapped Extenet of Upper Soft Zone

Figure modified from.WSRC (1998a) APSF Confirmatory Drilling Program Results, June,. 1998, PECD-SGS-98-0115

PROJECT

JOB NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE COORDINATES

F AREA INVESTIGATION N 79,182 E 54,918


DRILL MAKE AND MODEL HOLE SIZE

SHEET NO. 1 OF 6

HOLE NO.

FB-1

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

Pu Re
BEGUN

ckaging Facility F-Area


COMPLETED IDRILLER

Vertical
SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL TOTAL DEPTH

8-22-95
GROUND EL. 2 .6 A

9-8-95

EEI
ILOGGED BY:

Mobile B-57

8"15"

140 Lbs/ 30

156.5

WATER GROUND DEPTH/EL. 69'FHStm 69.0/221.6

F.H. Syms
N-VALUE (SPT)
I

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Z <CUH

E ON:: N NOTES

WATER CONTENT % + ATT. LIMITS %,2 40 600

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF


T LBORATORYT

TESTING
Red brown Clayey Sand (SC) with cobbles and quartz pebbles, dry. 289.L " igtb " r(wn Poorly Graded Sand (SP) mostly medium to fine sand, dry Hole advanced using 8" od hollow stem augers from 0.0' to 70 '. Mud rotary drilling methods using a " drag bit was used from 705' to 156.5'. Aw rods were used for split sixon from 0.0' to 91.5'. "N" rods were used for split spoon 91.5' to Rmeling from Recovery 18/18

5 A 8 12 20 11 16 22 13 13 19 12 A 284.1 similar to above material Red brown Clayey Sand (SC) 70% fine sand, 30% fines, medium plasticity, dense, cohesive, mottled color. similar to above material similar to above material except, becoming less dense, less plastic 10

SS 1 SS 2 SS 3 SS

Recovery 18"/18"

Recovery 182/18"

A ,
4 5

i.

similar to above material

1s
17 12 12 18 11 13 12 276.L 275.6_ similar to above material except, grain size is increasing slightly to include very-few medium sand. similar to above material Red brown Silty Sand (SM) 70% very fine sand,
fines m teium plastictv, medium dense

Recovery 184/18"

SS A

Recovery 16"/18"

SS 6 SS 7 SS 8 SS 9 Ss 10 A 11
A:: L

Recovery 16"/18"
f

8 10 12 A 9

15

"x3

i5
14
E2. Al

Light brown Clayey Sand (SC) 5% rounded coarse sand, 70% fine sand, 25% fines, medium plasticity, dense, slightly moist. similar to above material occasional rounded quartz pebbles @ IT Red brown Cayey-Sand (SC).-65% fine-sand.5% medium sand, 30% fines, medium plasticity, slightly moist. 20similar to above material except grain size increases to - 10% medium sand,slightly micaceous and high dry strength. similar to above material

Recovery 12"/18"

Recovery 12"/18"

9 is 19 12 19 17 10 13 13 12 16 20 13 14 SITE 266.1
L *A..J.

Recovery 12"/18"

Recovery 152/18"

12 A 13 SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;


PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHERF

similar to above material except mottled purple brown color. similar to above material

Recovery 15"/18"

Recovery 145/18"
t

*.-f.

Purple Silty Sand (SM) mostly fine to medium sand,


-

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-1

iv

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
0A N-VALUE (SPT)

PROJECT FARAIN Z

IGATION

JOB* NO.

2 OFNO.6 ISHEET

HOLEFI-1 NO.

0-

HIM

Z I

ScooATT.
c r-I+
20

ATT. LIMITS X
40 60

IDRILLING

o
L
1 15 9 11 13 10 9 11 1

3C WZ .JH co
1

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF AND


LABORATORY TESTING

a-.
1

w
_1___ __ ___ __

80

sS

JA

14

nonplastic, low cohesion slightly moist, < 1%7 mica flakes present. similar to above material similar to above material

Recovery 13/18'

SS

Recovery 10"/18'

15 'A
16

6 9 11 8 11 12

similar to above material except with wispy laminations 260.A_ 260.4 259.6. 259.L 30 Red brown Uayey Sand (SC) medium to low \plasticity soft' moist. Purple Silty Sand (SM) mostly very fine sand to silt / -\z='mical low dry strength, wispy Laminations._ f -\Poorly Graded Sand (SP-SM) Red brown, purrple Silty Sand (SM) mostly very fine sand to silt size, laminated with up to 1/4 clay layers of medium to highly plasticity, soft. similar to above material

Recovery 10"/18'

Ss
17 SS is

Recovery 18"/18"

7 7 9 6 9 11

Recovery 14'/18"

Recovery 17"/18'

19

SS
20 SS 21

9 10 11 10 10 11 8 11 10 251.6. 11 11 12 Ak 11 15 15 11 12 13 11 12 13 10 11 14 11 12 15 11 14 14 11 12 15 12 12 12 10 10 12

35

similar to above material except, becoming light brown, nonplastic, less moisture. similar to above material

Recovery 14"/18'

Recovery 14"/18"

22

similar to above material

Recovery 13'/18"

23

40

Red brown Poorly Graded Sand with Clay (SP-SC) 80% fine quartz sand, 20% fines,medium plasticity to nonplastic, medium dry strength, moist. similar to above material

Recovery 12'/18"

Recovery 16'/18"

24

A Ss
26

similar to above material except few wispy laminations of kaolin similar to above material

Recovery 18*/18"

:A :A

Recovery 13*/18

SS 27 SS, 28

45 244.L

similar to above material

Recovery 14'/18"

A A

*Red brown Clayey Sand (SC) 70% fine sand, trace medium sand, 30% fines. becoming light brown similar to above material similar to above material 50 similar to above material

Recovery 161/18"

ss
29

Recovery 12"/18'

Recovery 13'/18"

310

A :A

Recovery 12'/18'

31 55 32

similar to above material

Recovery 1!/18' HOLE NO.

SJ FINAL LOG

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; SITE PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FB-1

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W A N-VALUE AL

1PROJECT I-

F AREA INVESTIGATION
"L R H

joB NO.

SHEET NO.

3 OF 6

HOLE NO.

FB-1

(SPT)
I--m

z
Cl) .

-z

O WATER CONTENT %

"I"
P-

:, DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

E-. z +ATT. LIMITS% S.JH (a 20 40 60 80


SS 33 SS 34 SS 35 SS 36 SS 37 SS 38 A 39 SS 40 SS 41 SS 42 SS 43 SS 44 SS 45 SS 46
5o. A

C-) 1
8 7 12 12 10 13

Wz

. 0. Id C3

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF R LABORATORY TESTING

similar to above material except moisture content is increasing 55similar to above material 233.6-

Recovery 13"/18'

Recovery 13*/18"

12 15 20 13 13 15 A 16 21 23 11 16 19 10 5 6 9 11 12 60

EI -i

Brown red Poorly Graded Sand (SP) -90% fine to medium sand, < 10% fines, nonplastic, medium dense, low to no dry strength. similar to above material

Recovery 15"/18"

Recovery 14"/18"

similar to above material

Recovery 18"/18"

similar to above material 227.8.


.........

Recovery 17*/18"

=1

Light brown Clayey Sand (SC) medium plasticity, sort. Light brown Claywith sand (CH) kaolinitic, some -\mediu sand, mostly fines highly plastic, moist light brown Clayey Sand (SC. mostly tine to medium sand, medium plasticity, kaolinitic laminations. similar to above material

Recovery 13"/18"

226.4. 226.1 65

Recovery 16"/18'

A A

10 7 10 223.L 7 11 16 10 13 17 220.1 17 23 37 21 27 21 11 19 29 is 14 17
A

Recovery 17"/18*

Ligt brown Silty Sand (SM) 70% medium sand, fines, medium plasticity to nonplastic, wet. similar to above material except becoming red brown. 70/. / /

Recovery 15"/18"

Recovery 13"/18"

Red brown Well Graded Sand with Clay (SP-SC) mostly medium to coarse sand, medium plasticity, weL Red brown Clayey Sand (SC) -80% fine sand, 20% fines low plasticity. similar to above material

Recovery 8'/18"

218.6.

Recovery 12"/18"

Recovery 8"/18"

75214.1-

similar to above material

Recovery 8'/18"

47

48 99 49 ss 50 SS 51 A

13 17 23 15 20 29 19 22 28 :A 18 28 V7 80

Light brown Poorly Graded Sand with Clay (SP-SC) mostly fine sand, medium plasticity to nonpiastic, wet. similar to above material

Recovery 87/18"

Recovery 77/18"

similar to above material

Recovery 6"/18"

similar to above material

Recovery 8"/18" HOLE NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; ISITE


PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER[

FINAL LOG

IFB-1

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
>-;:rA N-VALUE

jPROJECT
Z Hil

JOB NO.

!SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

F AREA INVESTIGATION
= 0

4 OF 6

FB-1

(SPT)

l'z

+ ATT. LIMITS
0) A

0 WATER CONTENT
*C3

Z 0DT

1J CI

-JH P A
( lii n

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES LEVELS, WATER ON: ATRLEES DILN CHARACTER N OF LABORATORY TESTING

o L)DRILLING

AND

Ss S5

52 A

19 34 36 9 24 21 6 6 7

208.L Brownish red roorly Uraded Sand (St)YYi, lines, nonplastic, dense. medium sand, <5;5% similar to above material except becoming coarser (medium to coarse sand) 205.1. 203.9. 203A 202.6. 202.2 Yellow brown Clay (CH) highly plastic, laminated sand. with silt and

Recovery 6"/18"

Recovery 5'/18'

53 A

SS
54

A 55 AL 56 A

13 22 26 18 30 39 26 44 5o 8 9 19 A 33 50/4' 36 35 35 25 28 34 A. 27 37 38 34 28 32

5 01 Sand (SM)
Silty

Recovery 14"/18' -Ha Recovery 16'/18' -Ha

with siltbrown and sand. Yellow ulay (CH) highly plastic, laminated Yellow brown Clayey Sand (SC) mostly fine to "-\coarsesand Light brown Poorly Graded Sand (SP) mostly fine to medium sand, dense. 90 similar to above material

Recovery 12'/18' -Ha Recovery 12'/18' -Ha Recovery 6"/18* -HCO

57
A 59

similar to above material except with a 2" layer of clay higrly plastic, laminat , kaolin. similar to above material

Recovery 8'/10"-Ha

59
A 60 L 61

similar to above material 95 194.6_ 193.6 Light brownish yellow Well Graded Sand with Clay (SW-SC) mostly well graded fine to coarse quartz -sand, with fat clay layers up to 1/4* thick. Light brown Poorly Graded Sand (SP) mostly fine quartz sand, <5% fines, dense wet. similar to above material Light brown Poorly Graded Sand with Silt (SP-SM) mostly fine quartz sand, trace coarse quartz sand, laminated. similar to above material

Recovery 7"/18"-HO

Recovery 10"/18' -Ha Recovery 8'/18" -HCI

sS 62 sS 63 SS 64 59T
65 A A:

191.6_ 100

Recovery 11*/18' -HCL Recovery 10'/18" -Hl Recovery 18'/18" -HCi Recovery 10'/L1S

17 23 12 7 6 7 :A 188.4.

_ imilar to above material

SS 66 ss
67

"Ai
A

14 21 24 13 23 27 20 21 23 8 15 21 17 20 18

to above material similar Brownish yellow CUayey Sand (SC) -20% coarse sand, 30% fine to medium sand, 30% fines, 20% lignitc,soft to medium stiff similar to above material ight brown Poorly Graded Sand (SP) mostly medium sand trace lignite. similar to above material

186.31 105 Recovery 16"/18" -Ha Recovery 16'/18'

SS

:A

similar to above material

68 A:

-Ha3
similar to above material occasional rounded pebbles 110 similar to above material except becoming well graded medium to coarse sand, dense, <5%fines.

ss
69

Recovery 5"/18"-HO

SS
70
I

Recovery 8"/18" -Ha


HOLE NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

FINAL LOG

FB-1

9W

F AREA
W
A

INVESTIGATION

S OF 6 5

FB-1

(SPT) N-VALUE a.C 10-M


LIMITS%

Z
.0 COO = E C.LOWZ CCJH
H-1

0 WATER CONTENT %
+ ATT.

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION 0m DRILLINGA


(L

III

S ON: N NOTES WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF T LABORATORY TESTING


Recovery 6"/18 -Ha

1120
A 71 A 72 SS 73 SS 74 A

40

60

80

1
13 16 11 8 3 3 7 6 8 6 5 5

1
similar to above material

177.9.

4-

Light brownish red Clayty Sand (SC) mostly fine to coarse sand, medium plasticity, soft. similar to above material except becoming highly plastic.

Recovery 6"/18 -Ha

115Similar to above material except becoming laminated with lignite and clay stringers, soft to medium stiff, highly plastic.

Recovery 24"/18" -Ha, sample expanded Recovery 2/18" -Ha, sample expanded overdrilled from 117.0 to 118-5'

55 7S

1/8 4 7 A 10 23 24 18 23 27 19 21 27 A 19 25 28 28 34 26 17 27 28 24 24 28 20 21 24 22 22 21 11 14 7 WR/18"

similar to above material 171.1. 120 Yellowish brown graded SandM with UayllOW lignite, fines, sand; 20% 70% finePoorly (SP-SC) plasticity, moist, clay wisps. similar to above material similar to above material

Recovery 20"/18" -HO, losing fluid stabilizing @ 20-25' Recovery 7*/18" -H-l

76 SS 77 55 78 SS 79 55 80 SS 81 A

Recovery 12'/18* -Ha Recovery 10'/18" -Ha Recovery 13"/18" -Ha Recovery 8"/18" -HO

similar to above material except lignite content decreasing and clay content increasing similar to above material 125 164.6_ Light brown Poorly Graded Sand (SP) 90% fine sand, trace medium to coarse sand, 10% fines dense, wet. similar to above material except fines content decreasing to < 1% similar to above material 130 similar to above material except becoming very fine sand similar to above material layer, fragments < 1/16'. trace shell fragments in 1V similar to above material

A:

Recovery 7"/18 -Ha

A sS
82

Recover-8"/18 -HO PP 1.25VTF Recovery 10"/18" -HO PP1.00 TSF Recovery 10*/18" -HCI PP 1.25 TSF Recovery 6*/18" -HO PP 0.75 TSF Recovery 20'/18* sample expanded -HOPP 0.50 TSF Recovery 19"/18' sample expanded 0 T0SF PP Hcov Recovery 0"/18"

SS

SS

as
SS 86 S5 87 55 88

155.1L

135
-.

similar to above material Ligt brown Cayey Sand (SC) 70% very fine sand, 0 fines medium plasticity. similar to above material except becoming highly plastic similar to above material

WR 18'

-WR-/18*

1519.9 111 Lght brown Silt with Sand (M.)some very fine HOLE NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;


PS = STATIONARY PISTON; P8 = PITCHER

SITE

FINAL LOG

IFB-1

iv
*

N-VALUE (SPT)

0I
<CLLI

O WATER CONTENT %
+ ATT. LIMITS %

z
H

Wz
-j"

I DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

a 0

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

similar to above material except denser and possibly slight silicification

Recovery 18/18" -Ha PFO.0 TSF PP 3.90 TSP (bottom)

SS 91 :A 92

similar to above material

Recover 18*/l8' -H(3 PP25 TSF


Recovery 81"/16" -Ha P-345" TSF Recovery 20/18* sample expanded

similar to above material

ss 93 94 S5 A 96

Recover 16. 16

-Ha PP'+4!SIS
Recovery 10"/ 8 H !adeexpanded PP4-45 TSF
Ligflt olive green batt witl sano some fine sand to pebble size, in highly plastic with water added. similar to above material. becoming Dark Green

Recovery 18*/ 18 -Ha PF4.0 TSF

97

Recovery 16"/16" -Ha P+4.5 TSF

= SPLIT SPOON;

ST

SHELBY TUBE; PITCHER

= STATIONARY PISTON; PB

a
PROL11T
J08 NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

F AREA INVESTIGATION
SITE COORDINATES

1 OF 6 ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL Vertical


SAMPLE HAMER WEIGHT/FALL

FB-2

Pu Repackaging Facility
BEGUN COMPLETEO DRILLER

N 79,102 E 54,920
DRILL MAKE AND MODEL HOLE SIZE

TOTAL DEPTH

9-11-95
GROUND EL.

9-18-95

EEl
LOGGED BY:

Mobile B-57

6N

NA
S ms_

151.0

292.2

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER I 65.0/227.2 65'6-F.H.

a co

AN-VALUE (SPT) 0 WATER CONTENT T


LI.MITS %,

z
01HLz Hill

CZt. + ATT. rZ

Coo

) Z H X CC L DESCRIPTION "LDRILLING e I-Wz

WL

AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF AND TESTING

PA

292.2_
Hand excavated from surface to 3.O'SP-SC type material with cobbles and road aggregate. Hole was advanced using mud rotary drilling methods with a 5" drag bit from 0.0' to 156.5. "N rods were used for shelby tube sampling from 0.0' to Recovery 24"/24" Sample graphics are based on descriptions from tube trimmings. Recovery 24"/24'

Sr

289.2.

.. .

BrwnSnd(P)5

Brown Sand (SP)95% fine sand, 5% fines, medium dense to dense.

tnsnd

ies

edu

similar to above material 2 285.4. similar to above material except Light brown color 73 283.2 ST 4 10 281.3 similar to above material except brawn color

Recovery 24"/24'

Recovery 24-/24'

ST
ST 6

Tan Silty Sand (SM)

Recovery 22'/12' slough in tube

279.3_

Reddish brown and brown Clayey Sand (SC) 70% fine to medium sand, 30% fines, medium plastic.

Recovery 23*/24"

ST
7

15

similar to above material except red brown grades to gray Sandy Clay

Recovery 24'/24"

ST 8

Recovery 0*/21"

Recovery 0"/12" 9 20-

sr

Recovery 16*/24*

10

ST
267.8.

Red Brown Clayey Sand (SC)

Recovery 24"/24'

grades into Light purple Silty Sand (SM) SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; ISITE PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

IFB-2

*a
F
A

N-VALUE (SPT)

ItL

0 WATER CONTENT % + ATT. LIMITS %

z H
ICL. ILIi 0~ D-

co CV) H

a-i
<0

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

CD, W

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

similar to above material

Recovery 17.S"/24"

similar to above material

Recovery 21"/24"

Clayey Sand (SC)

Recovery 14"/24"

Brownish red Clayey Sand (SC)

Recovery 17"/17"

Drilled to 50.0' without sampling

Sampling intervals determined from adjacent CPT-2

light brown and white Clayey Sand (SC) [7

Recovery 117/18"

I Drilled to 60.0' without sampling


= SPLIT SPOON; ST

SHELBY TUBE;

= STATIONARY PISTON; PB =PITCHER

iv
GEOTECHNICAL LOG
*
IPROJECT

N-VALUE (SPT) DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

O WATER CONTENT %
+ ATT.

LIMITS %

sff
18

Light brown Sand (SP)

Recovery 10*/24"

230.2_
Drilled to 75.0' without sampling

19' 215.8

Red brown Clayey Sand (SC) with coarse quartz sand Drilled to 83.0' without sampling

Recovery 17"/24*

80

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHERI

SITE

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-2

iv
A N-VALUE (SPT) O WATER CONTENT %
+ ATT. LIMITS %

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

Recovery 24/24"

Drilled to 100.0' without sampling

Red Brown Clayey Sand (SC) fine to medium quartz sand. Drilled to 120.0' without sampling

Recovery 12"/12'

iv
*

N-VALUE (SPT)

;I

O WATER CONTENT % + ATT. LIMITS %

Light brown Poorly Graded Sand with Clay (SP-SC) mostly fine sand.

Recovery16"/16" /

= SPLIT SPOON; = STATIONARY

ST = SHELBY TUBE;

PISTON; PS = PITCHER

iv
A

N-VALUE (SPT)
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

O WATER CONTENT %
+ ATT. LIMITS %
PA S RAM RAM

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING


+

Light brown Silt with Sand (ML)

Recovery 20"/'24*

similar to above material

Recovery 20"/24"

similar to above material except yellow brown in color. I 141.2 Total depth of boring 151.0 feet

Recovery 19"/24"

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;

ISITE

HOLE NO.

S= STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

IFB-2

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE

PROJECT
COORDINATES

"APSF
N 79439 E 54990
HOLE SIZE

JOB NO.

APSF

ISHEET NO. 1 OF 5

HOLE NO.

FB-3

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

"APSF
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

90
SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHTIFALL TOTAL DEPTH

DRILL MAKE AND MODEL

2/16/98
GROUND EL.

2/19/98

Graves/S. Rodgers
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 Ib/30 in R. Gelinas/SAIC

154.5

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

287.2
A N-VALUE (SPT) 0. RECOVERY!% Z Z
>

0 RECVER0
an
20 40 60 80

I-

Z DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF LABORATORY TESTING

+ AT. LIMITS %

uZ
W
287.2

mu

DRILLING AND

Hand auger to 6 leet to check for underground interferences, then used 5 3/4 tricone for 1st 20 feet or so (19.5).

5 SS A A
a A: A

279.7. 278.2.
-t

TSs
2 SS 3 --SS

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium grayish brown and medium red; medium dense; damp; subangular; poorly 4raded: fine to medium grained no recovery

Shoe came off in hole.

Ssame as above; medium


10

reddish brown; very dense; moist

14-TS--I

276.7 275.2Z

same as above; with some gray zones; dense

0
SS A

same as above; medium brownish red with some yellowish brown and gray zones; medium dense

0
A A
A.

273.7
)10-15-17

6
SS

SSANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); with clayey sand interbeds;


medium red; very stiff; damp; medium plasticity; sand
f'r~tmnn ic fan, tn n Ztfl ,m or~inedt

272.2 270.7

15

7
0 t-67T-4
.0

same as above; with some yellowish gray oxidation zones; hard

SS 8 __SS

7'

same as above; dark red; sand fraction is fine grained CLAYEY SAND (SC); with sandy lean clay portions.

269.2, 267.7 20" medium dense; moist; subangular, red; medium brownish .wl tn. IN.pA t. mA'illm -;-Ar SANDY A LEAN CLAY (CL); with clayey sand portions. medium red; very stiff; moist; medium plasticity; sand is
f.*n tm A;-i -t;-~iA

Tobacco Road

S_
II

'A

0
0 T3:I

266.2. 264.7

ssame as above; medium brownish red; hard no recovery

TS_
12 SS 13. SS -44 SS 15 SS 16 TSS 17 SS 18 Ss 19
___

:A 0
A

T0-7U-26

r37W"

263.2 261.7
260.8. 25.

CLAYEY SAND (SC), td~ims.reddish brown; dense; mioist; subangular. poorly graded; fine to medium grained

Ssame as above; very dense


Ssame as above;
medium yellowish brown; medium dense

A
A A A
I

258.7.

:11SILTY SAND

T11--12-14T T4-13- 1-2

257.2, 255.7.
254.2.

(SM); with clay; medium grayish brown and reddish brown; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly l1 raded: fine to medium erained CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown and brownish red; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly

Ssame as above "sameas abov


HOLE NO.

A D
M I__________ j__.~L _L = SHELBY TUBE; ST ISPOON; SS = SPLIT PS STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER
____

252.7.
SITE

FINAL LOG

FB-3

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT)

PROJECT

APSF
,

JOB NO.

APSF

SHEET NO.

OF

HOLE NO.

FB-3

(LidIj
0 RECOVERY %

ZNOTES Q-i_ z
0
-uJ U"

WATER LEVELS, DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER OF

ON:

,
U)
____

+A01-.LIMITS

J, Z
-) W

z " a

DRILLING AND
LABORATORY TESTING

20
:
i

40 A:

60
J

80

SS
sS

.. ..... 21-16-14

251.2_ 249.7_

21 22
A i 0 1

a 70 bncas
l
#

. .. .. .. .. . .. .. f/ same rownas above; medium brownish yellow and yellowish

moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained i.."SILTY SAND (SM); medium yellowish brown; dense;
no recovery

S2 S
24

A A 0,

247.2 245.7_

jj

ase s'bve wthcly

red reddish above; with clay; medium b nsame as wet brown; brownish yellowish and some brown
CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium reddish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

.rdds .mdim.ronshre

SS

A, 25 AO
26

(.0

24-T20I7 -12-TI -47

244.2. 242.7_ 45241.2. 239.7.

medium as above; samefew zonesyellowish brown and brownish red light gray with POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); some portions are silty sand; light brown to medium reddish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; \fine to medium grained CLAYEY SAND (SC); with silty sand interbeds; medium brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to edium grained with trace lower coarse POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM), medium yellowish brown; very dense; wet; angular; poorly
mnsdi~m

sS 27
28

0 M2-_29-24
:A

0OA

238.2. 236.7_
235.24 50-

IZZ
\nrOAt"

tn Inwer tnIrce orained/

29

no recovery CLAYEY SAND (SC); dark red; dense; wet; subangular: poorly graded; fine to lower coarse grained

Dry Branch

30

If

A I

55A A
I

0 'O

b0
12f-6 -22T 228.7 -19-76-T47 227.2. 16-T 5__l 225.7_

sS
32 SS

{FT
7

SILTY SAND (SM); medium reddish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

Driller overdrilled interval? (52').

same as above; medium brown; fine to lower coarse grained


same as above; medium brown and yellowish brown

~00

33
34 35

AO

224
222.7
7i

light gray zones; medium dense; moist, subangular: poorly CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown with Prape: very line s, tine grained same as above; wet; fine to medium grained
. ..

65
A 36 SS 37 38 SS 39 40 SS 41 -U
SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE: PS = STATIONARY PISTON: PB = PITCHER SITE A i 0

Driller didn't clean out and look spoon over same as above; medium brown; very fine to fine grained
SILTY SAND (SM); medium brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

15-12-1F 6 00 lTi'47f 220.0

previous interval

- "I.,

13-16-12) bad blow count.

218.5
76-1 9-71T
217.0 216.0_ 215.5 214.0_ 213.2212.5

-V.
70--J/

V/

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium reddish brown; dense; wet; angular, well graded; fine to coarse grained

Ssame as above
SILTY SAND (SM); light brown to medium brown; dense; \wet7 subangular poorly ,raded fine to medium grained CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown; medium dense; wet; aubangular; poorly graded; fine to medium

\rained race;.mlower coarse aboe mdum brown; moist; angular; well sam as
VA graded fine to upMr coarse grained

r
r HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-3

*1
GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W
A N-VALUIE (SPT) U_1ORCOLRV d JPROJECT
-

APSF

JOB NO.

APSF

13

SHEET NO.' OF 5

1FB-3

HOLE NO.

z -10

ci

NOTES ON:
AND CLASSIFICATION WATER LEVELS, CH-ARACTER OF DRILLING AND
LABORATORY

+ AU. LIMITS %0
ci, 20 A; A 40 60 80

2O

z ODWDESCRIPTION L w

TESTING
---

SS 42_ Ss
43

211.0. 209.5. 208.0. 207.6 206.9. 206.5 5-5-1 205.0. 203.5 202.0.
Ar 20

= samie above; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to med, med yellowish brown. fine to lower medf above, as A\same .erAtnIr same as above; fine to medium grained with some fine to -coarse grained layers no recovery

SS
44

Core catcher is good.

SS
45

20

80

7SS
46 -SS 47

A,

A:

--SS 48 SS
49

85

SS
50

IT-=4-3
0

200.5 199.0. 197.5 90 196.0

rne ~4 as sam abve fin to meiu Top Tan Clay SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); It yellowish brown with some dk gray patch es; vey stiff; moist; med plasticity; sand ~a tio i fie t md orained 72 same as 79 2-79 6- two iars Bottom Tan Clay SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); med yellowish brown; very Atf moist; med plasticity; sand fraction is fine to upper \med grained dense; -SILTY SAND (SM); med yellowish brown; med \esubangular_ poorly graded fietomd rne POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); light brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded;-, 'rained -\fine to upper mediu SILTY SAND (SM); light brown; dense; wet; subangular;

SS
51

I 9T221-7

Ino recovery
brown, dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded;
r-inet mertirm orained

Catcher is good.

-T--12-8T
52

Driller overdrilled interval? (52')

53 54 A
A

wet;, subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained ) 4-2-5 194.5 same as above

193.0 0
19 1.5. 95

SS 56

T5-189.4 I 87.9

.14fine
I

.1silt; medium brown; dense; wet; subangular;, poorly graded;


to medium grained no recovery SLYSND light brown poorly to medium brown; fine to graded; wet; subangular; ~dense; (SM); m~e~dium Catcher is good.

SS
57 SS 58 SS 59
A

20

100 186.4 71

Prained medium CLAYEY SAND (SC); some portions are silty sand;

medium brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SF-SC); some silty sand layers; med brown; med dense; wet; subangular; to poorly graded; fine to lower ese grading down to fine CLAYEY SAND (SC); med yellowish brown; med dense-,
-f. 1- -dy .... -1% -meled- fine to med graoned

A A

184A4

60

-SS 61 62

"4-7-11

182.9 105 181 .4 179.9.

same as above;, some thin poorly graded sand with clay . . . -layersi medium.brown no recovery

Catcher is good.

14-30T-4 63

SS
64 SS 65 -SS 66 -- SS
A

A9
20

177.9.

T. POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); I medium brown; vry dene wet; subangular; poorly
110-

A
15-16-14T

176.4. 174.9 173.4. SITE


IFINAL

I eraded& fine to medium %r=ne as above; with some silty sand and poorly graded sand with clay interbeds; light brown

.1same

Driller didn't clean out

and took spoon over

11medium grained
inr rn-rc

same as above; light brown to medium brown; angular;


POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace silt,

rvous interval ~5.7-67.2 ft. (13 -16-12) bad blow count.

2A0

porl graded sand with silt layers; light brown to medium brwn medium dense; wet; angular; poorly graded; fine to
"inri,

with some

no recovery

Santee? Changed to metal


HOENO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST =SHELBY TUBE; PS =STATIONARY PISTON: PB = PITCHER

LOG

F -

*
GEOTECHNICAL LOG
I aAN-VALUE (SPT) z PROJECT

APSF

JOB NO.

APSF

SHEET NO.

OF

HOLE NO.

FB-3

NOTES ON:

Y %-O 0 R 3L Oj0RECOVERY % 0 ~ a. ~
+ AT LIMITS %

~
80

D-I - 0 o0

W > Wz W

uz -

zZ
"

WATER LEVELS,
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION (a-LABORATORY CHARACTER OF N DILN DRILLING AND TESTING

20

40

60

SS 68
69

S.....ne.171.9
170.4 l68.9

CLAYEY SAND (SC); light grayish brown and yellowish brown; dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine
SArkinid zwlntiiue thin lIiimnntni~nL
[IAI

catchaer.

same as above; medium yellowish brown and yellowish gray; medium dense; fine to medium grained same as above; with shell fragments; dense; wet; angular; well graded; fine to coarse grained

1Ql

~~~~~~N

amin.........ns1

sS

70
0

A 'AA 0

167.4 165.9 164.4

120

......

71 72

SS 73 0~
74

i3T
A :A

.
162.9_
125

same as above; medium yellowish brown and reddish brown; very dense; subangular; poorly graded; very fine to fine Prained SILTY SAND (SM); trace fine shell fragments; medium brownish yellow and light yellowish gray; dense; wet; ,,,h~nogltar nonrtv radt~l" very fine tn fince rained ede gr7 I to iiie= I'll poorl same as above; medium yellowish brown; very dense; fine ded subanpular grained; trace upper medium same as above; fine grained

Metal catcher is good.

161.4
no recovery

75 55
76 77

OA
OA

159.9 158.4_ 156.9


130 S . .i medium yellowish brown; very dense; wet; subangular; fine to medium Prained nnrlv radedm
I

Plastci orange catcher has two teeth missing.


ITi (S-SM);

'ORKLY GJKAUDED SAND WIITH

".'
1

SILTY SAND (SM); portions are poorly graded sand with wet; subangular; dense; very brown; yellowish medium silt; . t-I .. A: ... II Iii_ LU i ...... .... tV .... UC J-J
.. oo~lvBl~leo lne to lower med~uum granel

SS
78 79

10

:A

26-3-~4 155.4

same as above, with thin orangish brown clayey sand interbed; light gray; very fine to fine grained
i ., same as above; few very thin light gray clay laminations,

AO(1 80

153.9 152.4 150.9 149.4

1"1 medium yellowish

brown; dense; very fine grained

"
135

S
81

A, A:

same as above; with light gray limestone fragments and some clayey sand interbeds; fine to lower coarse grained; limestone fraements to 0.5 inch diameter same as above; trace turritella shells; loose; very fine to fine grained CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; very fine to fine grained same as above; with turritella shells; light yellowish brown as above; trace shell and limestone fragments: brown and light gray

82

"5-9-12
83
A

147.0
A

140

Sand yellowish gray; moist


Szsame

84

Ss 85 sS 86

"8-12-16 A

145.5 144.0

Smedium yellowish
same as above

0
(

9 ...

same as above; with sandy lean clay interbeds; dense; wet; angular; fine to lower coarse grained

142.5_
145

Warley.Hill

87 88

4
'A

141.0 139.5

wet; low plasticity; sand fraction is very fine to fine grained SANDY SILT (MH); mediun yellowish brown; very stiff, no recovery

Plastic orange catcher is broken. New catcher has several teeth broken off.

89

no recovery

17-0-8-1
A. 0

138.0

gs
91

90 A

-ThTTT

136.5
135.0

150-

SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); silicified nodule at 149.7 ft; very stiff; moist; dark yellowish brown and yellowish gray; tn fine m'~Aium nltkf'i-ih cni fr~,.,tinn ic ivery fine to s iff arained is wl fine 7 sand fraction llifil fine ZZ, no recovery med*

New catcher has several teeth missing.

>54

92 55
SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST

0
SITE

133.6

(SC); medium reddish brown and grayish SAND (SC); CLAYBY CLAYEY SAND angular; poorly graded; fine to dense; moist; brown; very L.lower coarse erained as abov;dark grayish green- subangular; fine to

medium reddish brown and grayish

133.5z
132.7-

Congaree
HOLE NO.

SHELBY TUBE;

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-3

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
uJ
A N-VALUE (SPT) O RECOVERY% 2. +ATT. <-|___ 20

PROJECT

APSF
,

JOB NO.

APSF

SHEET NO.

5 OF s

HOLE NO.

FB-3

z
z

NOTES ON: DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF LABORATORY TESTING
. . ... . .... ... . .

LIMITS %

0,.D -SO 0
C
0

~
LI

IDILIG.N 0. u .
C

DRILLING AND

40

60

80

(highy variable); medium reddish brown, dark grayish red,) an dark grayish green; wet, angular; fine to lower coarse raineA I Total depth of boring 154.5 feet.

same as above; with lean clay and silty sand interbeds

. I

...

..

Hole abandoned with with grout mix per

3Q5.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITEHOLE

NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-3

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

APSF
COORDINATES

APSF

OF

FB-4

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

APSF
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

N 79425 E 54865
DRILL MAKE AND MODEL
HOLE SIZE

90
SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL TOTAL DEPTH

2/27/98
GROUND EL.

3/4/98

Graves/S. Rodgers
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 lb/ 30 in
R. Gelinas/SAIC

152.4

DEPTIHEL GROUND WATER

285.1
W .
A N-VALUE (SPT) z 0 ) O -c CTz Z .
U

0 RECOVERY%
+ +ATT. LIMITS%

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, . DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING
i-an aue .... to o ic.

` Lu w0 -i u c
285.1

20

40

60

80

n f-t a ger to o lee rto for underground check interferences.

OF

57
F

SS
2

OA
FI

A i

F F F F

OF

0
Fi

-"0-14-14"0

277.6 276.1

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium reddish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium ,aminod- lost Shoe in hole

Lost shoe down hole.

OF

SSANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); medium red; hard; moist; medium plasticity; sand fraction is fine to medium grained
same as above 10
same as above; medium brownish red; very stitf

SS
3 4
A :A 'A

A A

0
O
i

-ss

"-72- 13
0

274.6 273.1

Ss
5 6

10
0 0

o.o

JCLAYEY

SS
55 7

7-11 -IT g1-4

271.6 270.1 268.6 15

SAND (SC); medium brownish red and yellowish brown; medium dense; moist. subangular. poorly
same as above; medium red
iraded- fine to medium grained g

Tobacco Road

same as above; medium brownish red; fine grained


same as above; dense; wet; fine to lower coarse grained

5;1

A A

0 0 0 0 .,

A A
F

267.1 265.6 20 264.1


CLAYEY SAND WITH GRAVEL (SC); medium reddish brown; dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fine to coarse erruneAl- eravel tn 2 inch diameter -- i-A- gm-l to 2 inch diameter

9 -S 10
'A
F,

0 '0 OF, 0

SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); medium reddish brown, yellowish brown, and tan; very stiff; moist; maroon, ni~twiir .nni frarlinn very fine to tine erained mrhm..tsn
SANDY SILT (ML); with some clayey sand interbeds; medium red, maroon, medium gray, and g rayish yellow;
.A; gm faei;tl ... ... i& ... fn ....... v m... ...... ... ...

262.6.
F

very stiff. moist; low plasticity; sand firaction is very tine


CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown with light yellowish gray blebs; medium dense; wet; subangular;

12

261.1 00 I-glI- 14g 11-16-20 259.6_ 258.1_ 25


P A

sS
13

A samVeasd aboed fine to medium erained mois -t .y; den.se;-same as ab~ove; port~ions siltsame as above
saea above

A.
A i

Ss
IS 16
A

0.
256.60

:A

same as above; medium yellowish brown and reddish brown; medium dense 255.1
F

30same as above; medium reddish brown

17 SS 18 Ss
in

" - I-Il A 0O
I _ I

252.8 251.3_

same as above; medium yellowish brown with some reddish brown and light gray zones same as above; medium reddish brown

I"IrZ_-4

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;


PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

HOLE NO.B

-4

FINAL LOG

-4_I

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
j

PROJECT

APSF

[JOB NO.

I APSF

SHEET NO.

OF

HOLE NO.

FB-4

zId

A N-VALUE (SPT)

gY1-z
0
0

Z . Z" x
C

WATER LEVELS,
, DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

NOTES ON:

0RECOVERY % O
.M Z
Co

% + A1' .ALIMITS % A

20 SS 20

40

60

80

249.8

A,

0
0'

same as above; some portions are silty; medium yellowish brown, wet

SS
21 SS 22 Ss 23

247.8

:.1 subangular; SILTY SAND (SM); medium brown; dense; wet; grained finereddish to medium graded; poorly
A 246.3 24.8_
40

F-[3 .IBf7I 2-15-16T 2T F M-T=

.4

gray same as above; few clayey portions; and streaks of light


CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown and tan streaks; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; same as above, portions silty; medium reddish brown;

SS
24 SS 25 SS 26 SS 27
A i0

243.3 241.8_ 240.3 dense same as abv

,O0 A0

0
A

45

SPOORLY

238.8. 20-22:-22 237.3.

SS
28

0''

GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); dark red; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to mediumgrained POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; medium I reddish brown; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; - fine to medium erained I POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium brown with reddish1 brown zones; dense; wet;
IA

SS
29 SS 30

ro
A

235.8_50
234.3.

a, A pM r mediumrained to u same asaboftiT otolightbrown

*l~

nAnrht

~~' n In

,mnn~r

mn.Aallrn orasned

9
A

10-13-14

SCLAYEY SANDpoorly (SC); graded; medium fine brown; mediumgrained dense; to medium wet; subangular;
232.3.
same as above; with a few sandy clay layers; some light gray blebs

Dry Branch

SS
31 SS 32

o
AO0
A

IF-G T'

230.8_

I-94 TT-

55 228.8.
227.3

same as above; with two thin grayish brown layers; dense

SS
33 SS 34 SS 35 SS 36 0 A

Tr.7--2-

I POORLY GRADED SAND (SP); trace clay; medium


' brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to

I unoer medium itrained


0 POORLY GRADED SAND WITH (SP-SC); poorly subangular; wet; CLAY brown; dense; Smediumgrayish raded" fine to lower coarse erained IA
.1

225.8 60
224.3

grained lower coarse POORLY GRADED SAND (SP); trace silt; medium brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

(A.

12-15-IT

wet; dense; medium brown; (SM); SAND .4 SILTY grained to medium fine graded; poorly subangular;

SS
37 SS 38 SS 39

T- .-4f

222.3
220.8

SCLAYEY SAND (SC); trace fine gravel; medium brown; dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fine to coarse grained
[ I

65
219.3 217.8

GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); "medium yellowish-brown-verydense.;-weta.subangular;


DO~rly 11lUe [Ira nl U Itll~l rImlla,, rIa e c

"-POORLY

........

Ssame as above; one thin lean cla*y interbed CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown; dense; wet; subrounded; well graded; fine to coarse grained POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); mediumyellowish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly

SS
40 SS 41 SS 42 SS 43

A'

28-31-19 216.1_

0:
A j
r

215.870-

214.3 212.8
8-94-15

\sand
I

CLAYEY SAND (SC); with interbeds of poorly graded with clay; medium yellowish brown; medium dense,

I
Top Tan Clay

211.3.
A
_ i

-same as above- with sandy clay interbeds LEAN CLAY WITH SAND (CL); a few clayey sand interbeds; med yellowish brown; very stiff; moist; med plasticity; sand is fine to med grained
_ _ I

poryeae etsubanegular

ieto medium graine

SS

1
I .

SLEAN CLAY (CL); trace sand: medium yellowish gray and


HOLE NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

FINAL LOG

FB-4

*1
GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT)

LPROJECT

APSF

JOB NO.

APSF

SHEET NO.

3 OF 4
NOEO:

HOLE NO.

FB-4

o R
+ 0

0RECOVERY % O
.L %Z

Z
LL
"DRILLING

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS,


DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER OF
AND

S
W

SA

LIMITS
40 60 80

--

LABORATORY
TESTING

20

44

SS
45

4~
A

:0

7-8-1-26-3-12

209.4.
207.9.

",,fraction yellowish is brown; very srained stiff; moist; medium plasticity; sand very fine
same as above; abundant black Mn? staining; sand is fine grained no recovery

/-

Bottom Tan Clay Catcher has one tooth

46
tC

206.4_
80 7Z A CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown; medium subangular, poorly graded; fine to medium dense; wet; ilrerprnarcP aflinl ornpd" same as above; moist; very fine to fine grained
'

broken.

47

A I 48

'

'0
I

203.8
C
5-715 202.3

49 A 50
:0 'A

12-19I-1"

200.8_ 85199.3

same as above; light gray, tan, and yellowish brown; wet; fine to medium grained; black Mn? staining same as above; very light yellowish green with medium orange mottles; dense POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light brown; very dense; wet; subangular; reddish brown ,wdium ernined' irace heavies ornded" nnru and nA

"15-28--6"
2-71-147 7-7-1

51

SS 52
A 53 SS 54

*OA, 0

197.8d 196.3_ 194.8_


90

poorly

......... d gr

........

.........

........

same as above with very light brown band of cleaner, finer material

K; same as above; some zones are borderline clayey sand; dense

4
0OA

'0

192.4 17-- 8--

55
A ,

0
i

190.9_ _77-8g
95-

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown and grayish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly in npln raineardA" 1 C. ns t ..... ... ..... . Iy ...... POORLY GRADED SAND (SP); trace silt; light brown; dense; wet; angular; poorly graded; medium to coarse grained CLAYEY SAND (SC); light yellowish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium %'rained Prained POORLY GRADED SAND (SP); trace silt; light brown; medium to very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; onrainerdn~t tin nfsrn~qn as above hut elavev same as above CLAYEY SAND (SC); light yellowish brown; very dense;

SS 56

sS
57 SS 58 0
0

"T5B T67317-35-41l A
A 11-4-4:5

189.1_ 187.6_ 186.8 186.1 184.5_

wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

59 60 SS 61
A 0

183.8 _ 0'
A
182.3.

180.8_
l10 0 M T7-T
179.3_ 177.8d

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP); trace silt; light brown; / very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; medium to \oarse *,rained oCLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brown; very dense; wet; =subangular poorly graded- fine to medium ,rained POORLY GRADED SAND (SP); trace silt; light brown; / very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; medium to / Xcoarse gradine down to lower medium fine to medium brown; and gravel; trace silt same as above;arinel - lnwer mrne or *same as above; trace clay; light brown to medium brown; dense: medium to lower coarse grained POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); light brown to medium brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded: fine to lower coarse grained CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown, brown, and dark gray; very loose; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to lower coarse grained; Mn? staining

62' SS 63 --s 64 A
1A

176.3_
1A

1
1

65
l-2Iin

74.5 1 173.8J
172.1 171.5_
A
l

same as above; loose


SANDY FAT CLAY (CH); light brownish gray, tan, and black; firm; moist; high plasticity; sand fraction is fine to loose same as as above; above; jar 9 I; soft

Santee

SS 66

SS

o SITE

CLAYEY SAND (SC); light grayish brown, tan, and yellowish brown; very loose; wet; subangular; poorly \graded fine to medium erained HOLE NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;

PS = STATIONARY PISTON: PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-4

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
0 a .?">t
M< zn A N-VALUE (SPT) z

SPROJECT POJC
APSF
t

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.
=IgW4

HOLE NO.

APSF

4 OF 4
NOTES ON:

FB-4

g
0

2z
< W

zC
"Q

WATER LEVELS,
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER OF LABOtooWyDRILLING AND

ATT + Al. LIMITS %

LABORATORY
TESTING

20 SS 68

40

60

80

)3"14-"21

169.7168.2.

\ray: same medium as above;dense medium yellowish brown and yellowish


same as above; dense same as above; fine to lower coarse grained POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); edium yellowish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly raded%fine to medium grained CLAYEY SAND (SC); trace shell material; medium -yellowish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; P ne to medium grained black Mn? staining -SILTY SAND (SM); med yellowish brown; dense; wet; ubangular poorly graded- fine grained CLAYEY SAND (SC); med yellowish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to med grained trace lower .oarse r SILTY SAND (SM); med yellowish brown; dense; wet; Isubangular; poorly graded; v. fine to fine grained; trace xVUn? staining \same as aboves It yellowish brown: very dense same as above; thin It gray lean clay laminations; med

Ss
69

167.1.
166.7 A 0 165.2.

SS
70 7S 71 75 72 0
A:

120

163.8. 1I- 8-19i


0 9 A A 7-:-4T 163.4 161.9.

SS
73

160.4.
125-

SS
74

SS
75 SS 76 A 77 4S 78 8S 79 S2

A(1) AO

19-30:-2

158.9.
157.4.

same as above; fine to lower medium grained -1 - POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); med brownish yellow with orange mottles; very dense; wet; .rsubangular; poorly graded; fine to med grained; trace chavies with med orange Itbrownish white same as above; hrained laminae: med dense: fine ne d

8-8-10
. 8;-7-4

155.9_
130154.4 152.9_ 151.4_ 149.9 9

C
A A A

ss
80
81

SS SS
82

135-

den laminae7 POORLYmed GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); It brownish white with It orangish brown zones; med dense; -\wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; trace heavies and mica same as above; med yellowish brown with very It brown w-ins" 1noe CLAYEY SAND (SC); med yellowish brown; loose; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; trace heavies and

At 130 feet depth check OK.

Z-qI

same as above; slightly higher clay content and It green wisps; med dense; black wisps (Mn?); turritella fragments

C 7.-10--3
A A

148.4 146.91
145.4_ 140

I ,

same as above; med reddish brown with It green wisps and dk reddish orange mottles same as above; with zones of poorly graded sand with clay; red yellowish brown; dense; fine to med grained same as above; med dense; fine grained; black mottles (Mn?); turritella casts same as above; very dense

Ss
83

tl-Fi3T3

At 138 feet depth check OK.

84

SS
as

A A 0 A

9-'5-. lIT-24-4
I-i-I

143.9_

sS
86

142.4
FAT CLAY WITH SAND (CH); medium brownish yellow; hard; wet; high plasticity; sand is fine grained; trace mica;
1 40.9

Warley Hill

9s
87

am-e asave; st Jstiff, (material (movst i m may be besug same as above; very sloughed) 145 same as above; very hard; refusal caused by a silicified nodule lodged in the shoe
LEAN CLAY (CL); trace sand; with interlaminated sand; very Lieht gray with orange mottles; hard; wet; medium

139.4 A 0 A A
4

-86

sS
899

138.1

At 146 depth check off adjusted to 146.2.

-1.21.34T

S
90

~T3Th]T
31- 5N4in

135.9
134.4

01A.LLiA

no recovery; shoe lost downhole

150CLAYEY SAND (SC); with gravel; very dark grayish green; very dense; wet; subangular; well graded; line to
r-flrCS CrOinld- a~ cr -*1 ayn

sS
A
92

S133.6
132.7

Total depth of boring 152.4 feet.

Hole abandoned with grout mix per 3Q5.

I I II I _ I I SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

[ - -I

SITE

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

IFB-4

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE

PROJECT

JOB NO.

APSF
COORDINATES

APSF

SHEET NO. 1 OF 5

HOLE NO.

FB-5

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

APSF
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

N 79233 E 54977
DRILL MAKE AND MODEL HOLE SIZE

90
SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL TOTAL DEPTH

2/12/98
GROUND EL.

2/20/98 1

Graves/A. Jackson
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 lb/30 in N. Kidd/SAIC

158.8

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

290.5
W

A N-VALUE (SPT) ORECO RQ%-0. UT 0 D

tz

co
a. DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

1 3 wu + L % 'LABORATORY
U,

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS,


CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND TESTING

20

40

60

80

290.5

auger fand to 6 feet to check for underground interferences.

5
POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; light brown; medium dense; dry; subangular;, poorly graded; fine to me-li-m mrained CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brownish red and light brown; dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to -.Ai.-rei-1" hl-1, m-tfle (-rnni- m ter 191 POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium red with light brown mottles; dense; damp; subanguar-oorl gvraded-.fine to medium rain e. CLAYEY SAND (SC); light yellowish brown, lght yellow, and light brown; dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium erained

SS

sS 2 SS
3 SS 4

A 0 A' 0 A
A0

12-18-27T

283.0. 281.5. 280.0.

I0-

2- -17-2T 278.5.

S..
.41

SS
5

same as above; medium red, light yellow, and white; very dense
medium red; medium dense; moist

SS
6 SS 7

0 A

277.0. 16-I76-2T 275.5. 274.0.

Ssame as above;
I -. "

0'

same as above; damp LEAN CLAY WITH SAND (CL); medium red with light yellow zones; very stiff; damp; medium plasticity; sand is

Ss
Ss 9
,A i C

272.5

fne in niediiim orained


/fJ

1,."A

orained 'ium coarse same as above, fraction is fine grained sand to fine gravel

sS
10 SS
A

A 0'

o:0
0-1-3-1

271.0.

20
269.5. 268.0_ 266.5. 265.0. 25same as above; medium dense; with occasional coarse . grins same as above; stiff; with slightly more fine gravel

SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL). medium red; very stitt; damp; medium plasticity; sand fraction is fine to coarse
-;-nnA

12 SS 13_
A' A

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium red; loose; damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

Tobacco Road

~0

sS
14 S5 Is SS 16 SS 17 SS I8 SS 19

SILTY SAND (SM); medium red with white and yellow bands and sparse, purple mottles; medium dense; damp.

'0
A

263.5. 262.0. 260.5.


^

Ssame as above; trace mica; no mottles


[.. u. J .u.ip .e wiiie . . ..... irc san mciu .. 1,L , l,, L . :SILT (ML) trce sand; medium red, purple, white, ornmge, and yellow; very stiff; damp; medium plasticity; sand

:0
0

f-rtit.n it fine antined

r--I--I .-

same as above; low plasticity

259.0.
CLAYEY SAND (SC); silty in places; It yellow and med red; med dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to

0
A

257.5. 256.0.
SITE

m~d er~insd" tnn

rfthi

interval iq Silt

10

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); med yellowish brown and reddish brown; med dense; damp;
K .

.rlw "I..h~nn.l.'
RHMMU6HHL&JL

A-n. In M Adi.4"
X b

ma.rinpA

X 5

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST

SHELBY TUBE;

HOLE NO.

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

IFB-5

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT) 0~z O RECOVERY% I z>u < < Z

PROJECT

APSF

JOB NO. APSF

SHEET NO. 2 OF

FB-5 HOLE NO.

NOTES ON: : 1u 0 DESCRIPTIOZ DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

O
+ ATT. LIMITS %

<

z -J- uJ

20

40

60

80 8-10-Il

_20l
SS 21

SS

T~II 254.5.

Ssame as above; light red, yellow, orange and white; moist


same as above same as above; but clayey in places and more fine grained sand fraction same as above; clayey in places

A
A

.0
:0 .0

ss 22 SS
23

l 253.0.
251.5. 6T~iO'q 250.0.
40

ss
24

same as above; clayey in places; trace mica same as above; fine to medium grained same as above

55
25

TFTJ Il-Id:T-Ill
AA6
A0

248.5.
247.09

SS
26

,0

SS
27

A
0 A

:0

--rnf
T-I 1 -T-ls--

245.5 244.0 242.5. 241.0.

45

same as above CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium red, yellow, and orange with white mottles; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; arained to medium fine POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); red and yellow with white mottles; dense; wet; ."I/ sbehnmihi" noorlv ereded' fine to medium erained .f ar:-

SS
28

SS
29

"medium

SS
30

50 239.5

-'A

CLAYEY SAND-(SC); medium red, brownish yellow. and white; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine
s same as above; with white wisps; dense

ss
31

SS
32

A
2

0
A
16--22-30"

238.0_
x

'C

236.5

/
55-

SS
33

/
)./

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium brownish yellow with dark brown wisps and white wisps; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to sameedium asrained Ssame as above; medium red with brownish yellow bands same above; medium redpebbles and reddish yellow; very quartz dense;as few flattened POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; medium yellow with red and orange zones and white wisps; dense; to medium arained ooorlv araded: fine .......... subanaular wet: 2---i ----.--- LT---L. q -- 7 ........ POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-Sq); dense; wet; zones; with brownish red noorlv medium eraded: yellow medium erained subanoular: 4 gmies mrdium graded@ CLAYEY SAND medium brownish yellow and porly(SC); subangular7 yellow with dark brown wisps and white wisps; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium

/-

235.0 233.5]

SS
34

1 JJ l

SS
35

Dry Branch

ss
36

18-17-191

232.0

SS
37

230.5.
A0Ai
A
2 20

.{ .IV

"

SS
38 39

229.0 9-11g~i~-14

'K "\grained
/4
A J

"9~-16B-1 227.5.
OAo

0 65--

SS
40

1mw

226.0. 224.5
I

same as above; less clayey in places; medium brownish brown tnones yellow with liaht ................ .............. POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); clayey in places; medium yellowish brown with white wisps; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium \grained same as-above; -medium reddish yellow; vety densd; black
AAln9-11mi.

ES
41

SS
42

22-30-31 _2fIT
2

223.0
221.5.
.I
,

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay;wet; with clay in very dense; reddish yellow; places; medium subangular; poorly graded; medium grained with same as above, brownish yellow

ss
43

0G

220.02

70-

""1/q

20-'2i-22
218.5.

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium red; very dense wet; subangular, poorly graded; m~i, nreu,aAnindl,l n.ehed.nni cnaere. amine 10 nal coarseW ins di d with 0 same as above; dense; fine to medium grained CLAYEY SAND (SC); med red with med brownish yellow dense; wet; subangular; poorly sand bands of fine Intrace meul clay; ersnin~ arrnil, Pradedw fine to mod strained

44

SS
45 SS

r8-17- 217.0.
91q . S

ft'/

46
SITE
-

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; It brown, It brownish yellow, and It red; dense; wet; subangular; poorly

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

2155

-HOLE

NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-5

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
tU
S+ Z_ _

JPROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

APSF
z

APSF

OF

HOLE NO.

FB-5

A N-VALUE (SPT)

NOTES ON: z
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

ORECAERY

ATT LIMITS %

0 =r -'0

W. > Z LO WZ tW

WATER LEVELS,
CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND DRILIN AN LABORATORY TESTING

< ta

20

40

S
0

8o

..........
I 7-2"-.32

..

...

..

47

\Rraded7 tine Iomed 8rie

SS 48 SS
49

IT76 _-Y'727 214.0_ Ty3y 212.5_


211.0.
80-

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); med reddish brown. It brown, and brownish yellow; very dense;

S ample fell out ofthme onto the ground. tube

-\wet: subaneularnoorlv graded fine to med grained

WELL GRADED SAND (SW) trace clay; It brown and It brown; dense; wet; subrounded; well graded; fine reddish -ncoarse erained/ izrained coarse -\to same as above; med dense POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; It brown few It brownish yellow zones; med dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded; fine to med grained and sltly more clay at I top of interval; fine to cse grained at bottom of interval; POORL GRADED SAND WITH CLAY AND GRAVEL 1 (SP-SC); It brown with It yellowish brown zones; med dense; wet; subrounded; well graded; fine grained sand to / SILTY SAND (SM); It yellowish brown; very loose; wet;

SS
SS 51 SS
52 A

'A

'0

TwT71f
, A:
,0

209.5_

black Mn pelets

208.0
206.5. 205.0_
7-8-10

rvlsiz ome zone less c avevd black

elt

SS
53

Top Tan Clay

85-

SS
54 A'

203.5_
6-8-9 A,

r )orange sn st U nterlaminated oRae fine sand/ tf


JJJ

LEAN CLAY (CL) trace sand; It brownish yellow with

ubanguaroov graded7 fine grained

edium plasticity;

same as above; sand stringers are dk brown and black; Mn?

SS 55 SS 56

.\.ll Bottom Tan Clay

202.0.

,
t

same as above; with sand and interbedded clayey sand; sand is fine to coarse erained: black Mn? Iellets __ POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; It brown; med dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to med grained same as above; very dense same as above; with a band ofclayey sand same as above; very It brown; trace heavy minerals

SS
57 SS SS SS 60 SS 61
q I I

200.5.
o0'A 0 199.0. 198.1 196.7.

on. 7V

-.

"

95. 95 j
194.5.
7

same as above; with a zone o0 poorly graded sand witn clay

'0

A:

'

ss 62 SS 63
SS
64 A

193.0.
0 191.5

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); It red very It brown zone at top; very dense; wet; subangular; /1 noorlv eraded: fine to med erained grained to med gradvdsame as porly above; One clayey in places; med red with It red zones /

1with

QA:
A

190.0
9_7T1.iA 188.5

I00o00

same as above; med red grades into It brown zone at bottom of interval POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; med brown with a It red band; very dense; wet; subangular. poorly

S5
65

SS
66

"WiTY7AO

187.0 185.5
.405.

SS.
67

CLAYEY SAND (SC), some zones less clayey; It yellowish brown with white wisps; med dense; wet; subanularm fine to coarse grained V POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); It wet; subangular; very dense;black yellow; I I/irndvdbrownish Mn? wisos poorly in meal prained: fine med Rrained7 black Mn? wi,-;ps to fine graded7 P ORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; It brown; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to med grained;

SS 68 SS
69

0
* 0

'

'

184.0.
182.5 181.0.

"? 1
II0.

same as above; without black pellets

same as above; with occasional coarse grains; trace heavies


'

_SS-_ 70

A
'A

same as above same as above; with sporadic clay pods

Ss
71 SS 72 SS
A,

'0

179.5_ 178.0_
0OA'
SITE

176.5_

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC), and It brownish yellow clay stringers; It brown and It yellow; =oorlv ,aded dense: wet, subaneular: CLAYEY SAND (SC), with less clayey zones and a clean HOLE NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON: PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-5

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W
Z zuJ, A N-VALUE (SPT) % 0 RECOVERY ORCQEY
z

PROJECT

APSF

JOB NO.

APSF

SHEET NO.

4 OF 5

HOLE NO.

FB-5

NOTES ON: --

Z o/

", o--- Aj. '+ ATThLIMITS %

0
t

WZK -t

-Z x

WATER LEVELS,
( DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND

t 00

c
i. A

LABORATORY LAOATR
TESTING

20

40
Ar

60
i

80
,0

SS
74 75 76

9"19-17 175.0
173.5.

9
2 2

SS

A'

173.0:
172.8 172.0
1
:0

Ij
.

sand zone at top of interval; It brown, It brownish yellow, and red; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to f )%med grained- few It yellow clay balls POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC), clayey and trace clay zones; med yellowish brown and It brown with I1yellow clay wisps; dense; wet; subangular; poorly
a ted~ fine in ned ornined" hlack Mn? mottles

rA

Santee

0 SS
77 78 79
A

black Mn? mottles flame as fine aboveto med very erained7 dense e'dFAT CLAY (CH); dk brown; hard; wet; high SANDY
al..t;' ; '1

170.5. 1
-49.S0Mi 169.0. 167.5.

12U -- -r r

OORL-Y GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; It brown; very I )=ense wet- subanular. oorly graded: fine to med a=rained I yellowish brown with It yellow clay laminae; dense; wet;

SS Ss

:A

'0

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); med

SS s0 SS
81

0
0
A

A A

166.2Z
125

subangular; poorly graded; fine to med grained; becomes I Iter colored and med grained at bottom of interval with brown SILTY SAND (SM); It brown and It yellowish graded; poorly subangular, wet; dense; very wisps; white i nsetrained: black Mn? wisos IPOORLY-G-RADED SAND (SP) trace clay; very It browns orange brown near the bottom of interval; very Sbecoming

4_I

164.5-

163.0_ 11 161.5.
160.0158.5_ 157.0_
0

dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to med grained; Isv consent increases sltlv with depth same as above; trace silt; It brown and It brownish yellow with It yellow clay laminae; some zones contain sltly more

82

Ss
83 84

S&
A

130

c 7fi toed g rained ameasa ve trace I same as above; occasional clay stringers; fine grained; trace/ I'neavies
.. Z . ttls M? . k l bl clayey i white ilsame as above; with It brown and bands and It yellow clay laminae; trace mica; top 0.2 ft is clean It brown s.and" borderline with silt sand. rder me with silt same as above; no white zone and no brown sand

S...............................

S7

85

SS
86 87
A
i

same as above; It brown clean sand at very top of interval

155.5_ 13520 i
A

,1

..
IA

154.0_

88 SS 89 90

-17 '-: n 152.5 - 63 - m 156 10 149.5_ 148.0_

/4
140"

"
i

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); It yellowish brown with It brown zones; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly mica graded; fine to med grained; black Mn? \pellets trace CLAYEY SAND (SC), becomes less clayey toward bottom greenish brown of interval; med yellowish brown with It mottles; loose; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine J \grained: trace mica / "same as atbove7 no mottles: very loose7 black Mnf DixIes same as above; med brownish yellow; med dense same as above; white wisps same as above; with It greenish gray laminae; clay content increases with depth same as above

Ss
91 92
A

A
A

2 2i

146.5_
2

93.
A
0

45.I ,145- IH

94

4Ibrown with med yellow clay balls; med dense; wet;


nminersis

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); It

SS
95

5-44

143.5

Ss
96 97 SS
A : A : 0

Si

142.0_ 140.5_

11hsavu

poorly itraded7 fine to med era*ned 1 subangulac CLAYEY SAND (SC); med brownish yellow and It brown; loose; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; trace

2/18/98 water level is @ 75-78' bls.

minerals heavy as 7? same above; interbedded clay with sand; med yellowish brown; med dense; fine to med grained same as above; zones of interbedded It brown sand with clay and sandy fat clay

774-_1T 139.0_
11-15-17 137.5

SSANDY FAT CLAY (CH); med brownish yellow with greenish yellow mottles; very stiff; wet; high plasticity;
sand fraction is fine erained: trace heavw minerals fractinn ic fine in roarse erained trace hean minerals fine grainedis with sand fraction Ssame as above; interlaminated orange sand; med reddish brown with It greenish gray laminations; hard; sand
i

Warley Hill

99
i i 36.0

-7,-

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST - SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-5

*1
A N-VALUE (SPT)

0 RECOVERY % + ATT. LIMITS %

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

II

Congaree Hole abandoned with grout mix per 3Q5.

II

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE: PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

-HOLE-NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-5

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE [COORDINATES

APSF

APSF

1 OF 5

FB-6

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

APSFI
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

N 79179 E 55038
DRILL MAKE AND MODEL HOLE SIZE

90
SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHTIFALL TOTAL DEPTH

2/2/98
GROUND EL.

2/11/98 T I

Graves/A. Jackson

& E. Plushi

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 lb/ 30 in N. Kidd/SAIC

158.3

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

LOGGED BY:

291.7 W
<< Z U)
20

A N-VALUE (SPT) 0 RECOVERY % z

Z z x U tu
0

a. O

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

TS % +A ATT. LIMITS

,,z --80 291.7,

NOTES ON: L W CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING Hand to 6 feet to for inderground check auger interferences.

40

60

5Drilled out from 6 to 8 feet. SS


'A
i i 2

2 2

/4 12-14-16 282.2 10 280.7

CLAYEY SAND (SC); light brown with red bands; medium dense, dry; subangular; poorly graded; fine to
Smfih

rainoed

A 2
A'
2

0 0:
0
2

"same as above; dark red with light brown mottles; dense; damp
same as above; medium red with light yellow mottles same as above; no mottles; medium dense

ss
3

"12-15-18

A 'A 0

279.2 277.7
2

SS
4

ss 55 SS
6
2

-I T-1-i

same as above

A
A'
A
2 2 2 2 2 2 2 i 2

"7-7-10
20
2

276.2 274.7

15
SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); light yellowish red; very stiff-; damp; low plasticity; sand fraction is fine to medium irained no recovery
-I

55
7

T6-13-IT-1 273.2 271.7 270.2


0

ss
8

A:

20

sS 9 ss 10 ss
II

0;
Aj : A

20
J f

gravelly clay (<0.1 foot thick); sand fraction is fine to


Axnedium erained

LEAN CLAY (CL) trace sand and trace gravel; medium red; very stiff; moist; medium plasticity; thin layer of

/- Tobacco Road

6:
0

(SC); medium red; medium dense; moist; SAND CLAYEY n4rIrl onsded- Cf~iine!medhlm erained ,,H,hnar'
r- in medium grained dy g-jm6 as 1 same above; dense; well graded; fine sand to fine gravel grain size SILT WITH SAND (ML); medium reddish gray with

A 0
A AL
2

268.7 medium grayish red zones; very stiff; dry; low plasticity;
sniacinis line gmsrdngu.l trace mllli

267.2. 25.0 2

ss
12:

same as above

265.7.
I

SS
13 Ss 14 Ss 15 SS 16 SS 17

same as above; stiff


same as above; with a plug of medium purple lean clay near the top of the interval; very stiff

264.2_

5-I
262.7. 261.2_ 259.7 258.2_

30F f -V--,Li-

8-14-11 6- IT-It

CLAYEY SAND SC); medium brownish yellow with white mottles; meium dense; moist; subangular poor graded; fine to medium grained; plug of yellow clay ( -\thick at top of interval

same as above
same as above

ss 18

0
t i

A,
I I

same as above; with light red zones; very dense


-)/Z "/
I

- SPOON: ST = SHELBY TUBE; SS = SPLIT


PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

I ..

&~.L

____

4...

.4

OLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-6

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
w
nIA N-VALUE (SPT)

JPROJECT

APSF

JOB NO.

APSF

SHEET NO.

2 OF 5

HOLE NO.

FB-6

R R.

V0
40J

%0
6

: "E D

Z ArL.S W DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

Z
__ _,.

+ATT.LIMITS%

S+0
,

KLABORATORY
-

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND


TESTING

40
A

60 0

80

.... same as above, medium red; meoium oense

ss 19 SS 20 SS 21 SS 22 SS 23 ss 24 SS 25 SS 26 ss 27 SS 28 ss 29 ss 30 SS 31 ss 32 ss 33 ss 34 SS 35 ss 36 37 SS 38 SS 39 ss 40 ss 41 SS 42 sS 43 SS 44 SS
A

'

-I.1-37-9

255.2 253.7 POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium red with white and medium brownish yellow streaks; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; "\fineto medium erained same as above; light red; dense 40- -r
POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); light - Imedium red; dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to erained

'A 'A'

0
II -1-7

252.2 250.7 249.2 I-I. -l1" Ir "- Tl 247.7

'A

0'
A 0
1

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SF-SC); light red grading downward to light yellow; dense; moist; IA uhaneular- nourly araded: fine to medium arained subangular.allorly gradedi fine to ==raminoeidt; same as above; light red and light orange; medium dense same as above; light brownish yellow with red zones; dense

-l1-13

'

246.2_ 244.7 243.2

45same as above; light yellow with white and dark brown mottles and some light brown wisps; medium dense; some
-4

,0
i

'A

A
A

0 0

same as above; becomes clayey sand at the bottom of the interval, becomes red at bottom of interval; dense; wet CLAYEY SAND (SC); light red with an orange band; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium rained grained same as above; moist

'

"iTI-

-i'

241.7
I

7/
IZ

240.2 15-18-1
II

same as above; light red same as above; light red and orange; very dense; wet; medium grained

A0

238.7 15-152 1-! 237.2 55 235.7


-7-9

;0 A 0

A I2

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium reddish yellow; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded medium eained black Mn? pellets same as above; light brown; dense same as above; medium yellowish brown
CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellow; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; a thin, mostly medium grained, zone is more clayey than the -\rest same as above; medium brownish yellow

Dry Branch

234.2 232.7 231.2 60


-

0 '0
T--I F--2

229.7 228.2

same as above; dense same as above; medium brown and brownish red; very dense
h"

o
A 0

40

226.7 A 225.2 223.7

as above:lightrreddish brown and red; subrounded; r aWrste medium grained

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light brown and4 red; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly reddish AlA.r.- Inn, In rnm .. m rornnnpA oA POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); light i, dense; isL wisps; very &.wrsonua yellow and white reddish brown withurv~~e 70POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace silt; medium yellowish brown with light brown zones; dense; wet; fine tomeium erained =ade= poorly subangular POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light yellowish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; same as above; light brown; trace heavy minerals POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); light
Wet. $naMl~l Ix rly grw zada finef to- ml~l li l:dl

ediu

I
A

I
0 0 0
I I

222.2 220.7
-1I 7--Ti

A
'Ai

219.2 217.7

-IT3-1ISITE

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;

HOLE NO.

PS

STATIONARY PISTON; PB

PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-6

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
uJ
Z

PROJECT
-

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

APSF

APSF

3 OF 5

iHOLE NO.

FB-6

(SPT) 0 ( A N-VALUE Oz O RECOVERY% .z 0)

A0 TLM1-+
20 40 A 'A 47
,

:J IDW I

,1"7 x : ESC PT DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND

c
to

-1 -u 60 80 216.2. Mne o to mediu Syellowish brown; re dense; same as above wet, subangular; poorly graded;

TESTING

LABORATORY

45 46

SSI
47

O 0

"[- I'

214.7

213.2

s
48,

A, A'

SS
49

2-2-6

211.7 80-/

210.2 2
A 0 !208.7

SI
51
'.207.2

52

52 53
54

85

k205.7
,204.2

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; light yellowish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained S CLAYEY SAND (SC); med brownish yellow with It brown band at bottom and black band in middle of interval; med dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to med grained; 'black band and black pellets are Mn?; 0. 1 ft thick med w ll ye sandy clay near middle of inte same as above- with interbedded clay- loose SILTY SAND (SM); with interbedded lean clay; It brown with dk reddish brown bands; clay is med yellow and v. It brown; med dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to LEAN CLAY (CL); few sand stringers; light brownish yellow with black and dark reddish brown wisps; very stiff; / dam: mdiu olstiitv sad factonis fine ,,rined 1same and sand; as above; sndy, with interbedded silt moist- sand fraction is fine to very coarse grained
sa asllt I IOve

Top Tan Clay

Bottom Tan Clay


10 4'

s--":A,
55
52-01.2_ 56 57

7-816
1--_ 2

202.7

CLAYEY SAND (SC); light brown with light yellowish wet; subangular; brown and black mottleswmedium dense; graded- fine to medium grained; top 0. 1 foot is same ubgapoorly

0 :S

199.7

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light , graded; fine to brown; dense; wet; subangular poorly

medium grained

s57
58 SS

light and medium brownish same as above; silty in placesc yellow no recovery lower sandy clay, fine same as above; with bantebdsdof and Ihin sito zones with silty (SC); SAND PCLAYEY interlaminated clays medium brown with light brownish yellow zones and thin black wisps- dense; wet; subangular; Mn? wisps black frainedg medium toSAND gradine tomled clayey CLAY (SP-SC); WITH :OORLY GRADED P sand in places; light brownish yellow; dense; wet; "kubanula: t~rlygraded- fine to medium g)rained same as above;- light brown with white wisps ert lrown a SAND (SC); It yellowish brown CLAYEY red dense; wet; wisps; and white zonesgradedIt yellow brownwith fine to reed ,,rained tMorlv suban,,ular: same as abov,,; wihl bands of sandy clay; fine to lower coarse grained POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); with zones of clayey sand; light brown with light yellow and wisps; dense- wet- subangular; poorly graded; fine to k S medium p er densie; trc/oresn ... a me -.

198.2.

A
0 A

.0

1- 5-7
-I

196.7
1 - 9S

59
sC

195.2

60 61
62

"-

193.7_ SSA A 0
O

1-7 192.2 190.7

63

189.2 As 13-15-17 187.7


. 1.. 86.2 105 -

64

s65

~y~~.~F.r.eca.....

S--66

AO

"T 7 T Y5_2
184.7

X WELL GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC);, light . / brown; dense; wet; subangular; well graded. fine to medium grained with some coarse sand and gravel; black T. I clayey S same as above; light brown; subrounded; fine to coarse grained with some fine gravel

Ss 67 67
68 69

0 ,183.2
0A O; S----S1 , 7-75--1I - 1-7 181.7. 110180.2

64 70
71
A,
I I I

S78.7]
2
,
I I

__'

177.2

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC);, It and It brown with black and It yellow clay stringers; med dense-, wet; subangular; poorly raded; fine to med grained with trace cse and fine gravel, t6lack wisp t L Wae Mn? same as above; with dark brown mottles; dense; trace ' -hawy minerals / SAND (SC); with sandy clay zones; very light t -brown with light orange and purple wisps; dense; wet; NO

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

FINAL LOG

FB-6

PROJECT

IJOB NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W 0
()

APSF
Z , Z z
W -

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

APSF

OF

FB-6

A N-VALUE (SPT) O RECOVERY%IMT +A LIMITS %U 40 60 80 -- 12 0ao -0AT

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS. AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER ANDOF DRILLING LABORATORY TESTING

"DESCRIPTION CL

20 S, 72 SS 73 SS 74

A,

:A 10 1

175.7 175.4 1745. 174.2

subangular; brace gravel well graded; fine to upper coarse grained with SSANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); with interbedded silt; It gray, very stiff; wet; low plasticity; sand is and It purple; It green, erainedS ,tfine_ to medium eramed 11same as above POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); med brown with It brown mottles; med dense; wet; subangular; graded- fine to med grained Snoolv isame as above7 ree t cars gaied trace gravel same as above; grading to orange and yellow; very dense; I \ ine to med erained: clay content increases downward same as above; It brown few dark brown wisps; dense; with parse coarse sand and fine gravel CLAYEY SAND (SC); med brownish yellow; dense; wet; subangular, poorly graded; fine to med grained. trace oarse sand and fine eravel POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC). med very dense; wet; mottles; brown fine with It red erained eraded: nonrlv I -yellowish u~ihsnetlar 4ned & fine graded7 pQorly - \same ubangular as above- med reddish yellow: dense CLAYEY SAND (SC); some places are silty; very It speckles; yellow reddish with med yellow /f =,rained very fine eraded: noorlv sihaneular l\dense" wet"

Santee

sS, 75
A

T417-'

172.7 171.2 1697. 168.2. 166.7. 165.2 n 163.7

I9 I

120

SS 76
SS 77

SS
78 SS

A
I I

")12-21-.36
A

125

79

OL. -21-.5015.i
30-27--28 2

Sgreenish

80 A: 81

dense; very 0.2 It yellow; and grained; brown,fine It greenish brown, feet wet; are upper graded; poorly It \subangular. \eine to med grained

Catcher teeth broken

off.

162.2

S, 82 SS 83 84 , A 85

130A:A

160.7
159.2_

POORLY yellow; GRADED CLAY (SP-SC); brownish verySAND dense; WITH wet; subangular; poorly med trace heavies eraded: fine erained: ed trace no recovery 1 'V same as above; with white bands and orange wisps

Catcher teeth broken

off.

157.7 / same as above; It brownish yellow with It brown zones same as above; trace mica

SS
86 SS 87 A' 88 SS 89 A: A

156.2 155.0 A: 0:
)5-13-17 154.7 153.5_ 153.2 151.7_ 150.2. 4-5-6 148.7_ 148.0. 147.2_

135-

/ -1-

-same a a o e:It brown -fine to med grained . same as above; It yellowish brown with It brown zones and oranoe wisns: fine erained: trace mica and heawy minerals

- same as above- Itbrown- fine to med grained same as above; med yellowish brown; med dense; fine grained; black Mn? mottles
same as above

90
A' 91 SS' 92 SS 93 SSS 94 SS 95 SS 96 SS 97
A
A

CLAYEY SAND (SC); med yellowish brown with It green wisps; meed dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine rtained
POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace silt; It brown; med -\dense- wet- subanular poorly graded- fine to med grained CLAYEY SAND (SC); med yellowish brown with Ainterlaminated It green wisps; med dense; wet; subangular; \ rlv eraded- fine rained- black Mn? nellets same as above; some zones of clay with-sand; very loose; -severl silicified turritella casts as aboved medium dense- no shells casts med brown; abundant shell fragments and ilicified as above; .sme

)WR/1.8i
A' A' 24 1457.

145 145.0.
1442.

"-same

143.1

"42-4246
A' A' 6-2730.34i

142-7 141.2. 139.9.

150-

same as above; few clay pods; dense FAT CLAY WITH SAND (CH); yellow interbedded orange sand, mottles;;" with green brownish red and reed yellowish hard; wet; high plasticity; sand fraction is fine grained; grained; turritella sand is fine interbedded chIsF iiiid to reed oreet Lfraen sh trownish yellow and yellowish red with bs samqe aoe; reen zones&very hard- sand fractionie raedr green silt; sand fraction fine/ tsame as above; i-nterbedded It as oe trandwt reeas above; \to with interlaminated sand; reed yellowish -esame e, greenish brown, and brown with orange laminae;s K

Warley Hill

1382. 1367
_ _ -

98 SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;


P = .TATIflNARY PI-TCN" PR = PITCHER
I

en~/

"-

SITE

HOLE NO.

FINAl. LOG
FINAL
-LOG

FB-6

PS

=.--.STAIOAR

PITN

---

=-P11

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

APSF
mIJ
Sj

APSF

OF

FB-6

A N-VALUE (SPT)

RECOVERYAr

NOTES ON:

SOD o+ W
-

0-

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS,
CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY

W
20

LM<0
40 6o ,80

u
__...........
2IZ-20U/0i~

a
. . ..

TESTING

ss
99
100 101

TsS

O
A2

135.4.

5-050/27i
134.0 133.4_

S\same above hard nr..- as -r;in-A


- rA,A
-4 VA. * tr. rc

same as above; sandy; very hard; sand fraction fine to sand in places; It brown; very dense; wet; subangular, well
rmnd A nno. r

GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC), clayey

Congaree Hole abandoned with grout mix per 3Q5.

Total depth of bo-ring 158.3 feet.

II

--

_______ t -

I.

SS = SPLIT SPOON: ST = SHELBY TUBE: PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

FINAL LOG

FB-6

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE

PROJECT
COORDINATES

APSF N 79520 E 54847

APSF JOB NO.

1 OF SHEET NO. 5

FB-7 HOLE NO.

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

APSF
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

90
SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL TOTAL DEPTH

DRILL MAKE AND MODEL

HOLE SIZE

2/20/98
GROUND EL.

2/23/98

Graves/S. Rodgers
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 Ib/ 30 in R. Gelinas/SAIC

156.0

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

283.8
A N-VALUE (SPT) C
S+ATT. LIMITS0%

z tu 0 * zCO W 283.8_
i=

, z -r w +

n DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES.ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

SS

20

4 0

6 0

80

39

Hand auger to 6 feet to check for undergroung interferences.

5 SS
A A
I
1A

276.3 :0 274.8
273.3.
A

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium reddish brown; loose; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained
no recovery

Shoe lost down hole.

2 SS 3 -SS
4

10

SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); medium reddish brown and yellowish brown; hard; damp; medium plasticity; sand action is fine to medium erained
CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brownish red; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to upper medium erained
rsame as above; medium reddish brown and brownish gray; dense; moist; fine to medium grained

Tobacco Road

271.8_ 270.3

SS 6 7

)
0

268.8
37-470-T

same as above; with sandy clay portions; medium reddish brown and yellowish brown

15

miw
r--1S-Il ,A

same as above; very dense; wet; fine to upper medium grained


SILTY SAND (SM); medium brown; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; very fine to lower medium erained same as above; portions are sandy silt; micaceous

267.3 265.k

8 9

10-IlT-Il 264.3

[I7T
262.8

20

SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); medium reddish brown and f rayish brown; very stiff; moist; low plasticity; sand raction is very fine grained

SS
2o 2
2

25
0 SILTY SAND (SM); with clay; light yellowish brown and light gray; dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

256.3.
1A
0

30same as above; with clayey sand interbeds

SS
12

251.3.

Had driller pull spoon and clean out wash/cave material back down to 3 1 feet.

I I

_________________________________________

.1

SS = SPLIT SPOON: ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON: PB = PITCHER

SITE

NO

FINAL LOG

FB-7

A N-VALUE (SPT) 0 RECOVERY % + ATT. LIMITS % DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

13

SS

OA

First two blow count intervals in washed/caved material.

14S

ist

SSA

Dry Branch?

3S

0
0l

3S

A:

3S

A:O
18i

=SPLIT SPOON; ST =SHELBY TUBE; = STATIONARY PISTON. P8 = PITCHER

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W
A N-VALUE (SPT) A 20
___

APSF
Z '" 0-

APSF

3 OF 5
NOTES ON:

FB-7

SRECOVERY% x Q LIa 4U
0

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

>z

--.-___

. J 0
____________________

WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING


________

20
A

40

60
0

80

___

_SS 21

206.0

I
80-

Tan Clay Interval


brown; very stiff; moist; low plasticity; sand fraction is very grained fine to fine SILT ELASTIC WITH SAND (MH); medium yellowish

Ss 22

'A

0D
20 1.4 _

CLAYEY SAND (SC); grading down to poorly graded sand with clay; medium brown with a few black Mn zones; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace coarse sand

85Ss 23 0 ' 40-28M-I 196.3_ Ai


r I i

.
POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); light brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

90sS 24 A'L 95SS 25 Ss 26 sS 27 SS 28 A'


iAl

191.0.

Ssame as above;

very dense

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brown and grayisn brown; loose; wet; angular-, poorly graded; fine to lower coarse

186.0 184.5 100

i'-i-

same as above; medium yellowish brown, dark brown, and light grayish brown; subangular; fine to medium grained same as above; trace black charcoal fragments; medium yellowish brown; angular; fine to lower coarse grained

0.

-7-I

183.0. 181.3. same as above; grading to poorly graded sand with silt at bottom of interval; medium dense; subangular; fine to medium grained

105 SS 29
(D i

3T 176.3

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace silt; grading down to poorly graded sand with clay; medium brown; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to upper medium grained

Santee

110A30: S

171.8&

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); medium brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to lower coarse grained

__

I_ __

__

__

__

__L_

"j/ ._I~

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST

SHELBY TUBE;

SITE

HOLE:NOI

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-7

PROJECT

JOB NO.

ISHEET

NO.

HOLE NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT) ROR U1 % O RECOVERY
0

APSF
z to

APSF

OF

FB-7

+ 2

--.

z =)

-- W
t

uo

z --

z z IaW
__

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING


________

____

20

40

60

80
5-4-9

____

____________________

iLl

167.8..

ZZ

CLAYEY SAND (SC); with a 0.U5 It shell hash layer at 115 ft and few thin sandy lean clay interbeds; dark yellowish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular, poorly
graded; fine to medium grained

1/23/98 water level 22, this must be bad


(atrificially high reading).

Ss
32

I I
I
2 2

I ")

....

162.3.

SILTY SAND (SM); some layers with clay; medium yellowish brown; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; very fine to fine grained

ss
33

"I-4T 533"
157.3.

125

I
-I.

same as above

130
0
0

same as above; medium yellowish brown and light brown

34

151.3.

135
i i

S35
,A
2

Ali

g
2 2 i

5-13-10 146.3.

same as above; with clay; medium yellowish brown; medium dense; moist; fine to lower medium grained

140
Ts 36

I I

A' 141.5.

/dense;

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown; medium wet; subangular, poorly graded; very fine to fine grained

Warley Hill

145

Ss
37

same as above; dense; fine to lower medium grained, trace lower coarse

136.3_

150i

Iz

"5if'

131.8.

SILTY SAND (SM); with thin gray clay laminae; light brown to yellowish brown; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

Congaree

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-7

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W
A N-VALUE (SPT) O RECOVERY %

PROJECT

APSF

APSF JOB NO.

5 OF ISHEET NO. 5

FB-7 HOLE NO.

z
z 0 D Lu z
20 4
__ -- I____________________

NOTES ON:

z Li 0zWATER
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

a,

+A
|__

LIMITS% 40 60 80

10

CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND

LEVELS,

LABORATORY
TESTING
_ __ ___ _______

20

127.8

same as above; medium brown, angular; fine to lower rnr~ orearineA Total depth of boring 156 feet.

grout mix per 3Q5.

Hole abandoned with

__

__

__

___I

__

__'

__I.1_

SS = SPLIT SPOON: ST = SHELBY TUBE:

SITE

HOLE NO.

PS = STATIONARY PISTON: PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-7

*
GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE BEGUN

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

APSF
COORDINATES

APSF

1 OF 5 90

FB-8

APSF
COMPLETED DRILLER

N 79344 E 54855
HOLE SIZE

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL TOTAL DEPTH

DRILL MAKE AND MODEL

2/23/98
GROUND EL.

2/24/98

Graves/A. Jackson LOGGED BY: DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

Failing 150

3 7/8 in

140 lb/ 30 in N. Kidd/SAIC

155.8

288.5 W
2 Z AN-VALUE (SPT) RE R1,+ ATT. LIMITS % 0 A T0 CO0.j Z 0: uZ 288.5

,I

0 DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION (9

Z
-) x (

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING -and auger to 6 feet to check for underground interferences.

20

40

60

80

I I

i I I

I I

5 CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium red with orange band; medium dense; dry; subangular; poorly graded; fine to fimedium erained
medium gmined SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); medium red with brownish yellow mottles; hard; dry; medium plasticity; sand fraction

SS
13-18-23 2 '12-15.18 3 AD -3A -

281.0. 279.5. 278.0. 276.5. 275.0.

same as above

10same as above; stiff; bentonite present in tube LEAN CLAY (CL) with sand; medium red; hard; damp; medium plasticity; sand fraction is fine to medium grained same as above; very stiff

35
4

S2

SS

55
6

Ss
7 SS SS 9 A

i0

7-2TI-4

273.5.
272.0.

Xsame

as above

0 0D

ST
'-:'i

same as above; with brownish yellow mottles and slightly more sand

270.5. 269.0. 20

SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); medium red; very still; damp; medium plasticity; sand is fine to medium grained

SS
10

A A0

CI

"mmA
---

267.5.

medium dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; Smottles;medium grained fine to

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium red with brownish yellow

Tobacco Road

sS

,0
262.5.

-25

same as above; light brownish yellow with white wisps;-, trace mica

Ss 12

T-1fT7r __ 257.5.

30-

same as above; with red zones

I
I

SS = SPLIT SPOON: ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS


=

SITE

HOLE NO.

STATIONARY PISTON: PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

IFB-8

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W
3 ;O , < (0 20 40 60 80 22-14-16 A N-VALUE(SPT % O RECOVERY E A z z I)

PROJECT

JOB NO.

ISHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

APSF

APSE

I2OF 5
NOTES ON:

FB-8

2 O
-..

WATER LEVELS,
a.I
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

Z +ATT. LIMITS %
T

ss I

252.5J

same as above; slightly less clay


-

:A

- -0J-T
14SA
A: 0

40 247.5.

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC), clayey in places; light brownish yellow with red bands and white wisps; very dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

-9ss I

AO AD'

-9-=
S 242-5.

45

same as above; medium brownish yellow with a medium yellowish brown band; with band of clayey sand; dense

16

-9---1T14 I
2 I

50

237.5_

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay, with clay in places; medium brown and dark brown; medium dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded; medium grained with some lower coarse

Dry Branch

10--I 5--57

:-gI

55

_ _ 232.5_

J.J

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC), with and dark brown brown withpoorly light sand; wet; clayey band fine to graded; subangular; dense; white of wisps; medium grained; black Mn? pellets

S-s
18

6 mTr__ 4 227.5_

60

. same as above; light brown and light red-. black Mn? mottles

19

AO
2

0
2

27-2g--2
222.5_

65.

no rec.yer

Catcher is good.

:20S] -_j
A

70- />

'.

217.5.

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brownish yellow; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; black Mn? mottles

in ---SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE:


DCl =
r

(
A -.- -.....-..I _____________ 4.

K .I-

"Z//
I

HOLE NO.

SITE I

TATICOFdJDV ODITnM"

P8

PITC]F

FINAl, LOG
FIA LO

FB-8

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
w
Z

PROJECT

APSF

JOB NO.

APSF

3 OF 5 SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

FB-8

A N-VALUE (SPT) 0 Oa RECOVERY % RECVEY -I-ATT. +A TT. LIMITS %

z
-- -Z -r uJ "_ DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON:

WATER LEVELS,
CHARACTER OF AND DRILLING LABORATORY TESTING
. . . .. . .

""O
,a

(" BZ

nw
... . . .. .. . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

|__ _

20

40

60

80

Il
i i I

13-182-29

. . . . . ..

212.5.

LEAN CLAY WITH SAND (CL), interlaminated sand stringers; very light yellowish green with medium brown bands and medium yellowish red wisps; hard; wet; medium plasticity; sand is fine to medium grained; black Mn? wisps

Tan Clay Interval

S22
55S 23

A
I i I

80207.5.

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay, some zones with clay; light brown with light yellowish brown zones; medium dense; wet; subangufar; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; black Mn? mottles

I I

'A

'0
202.5.

85

same as above; some zones with clay; dense

ss
24

90 197.5.

I
-i.

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC), with sand trace clay interbeds; light brown and light yellowish brown with white wisps; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

S25
i

95 192.5

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; light brown with light yellow mottles; very dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded: fine to medium grained; trace heavy minerals

26

CAA

1P67
187.5

100

*.*.

-4.

WELL GRADED SAND (SW) trace clay, with clay in places; light brown with light red mottles; very dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fine to coarse grained

S27!

105
182.5.

dense; wet; subangular; grained "I - very POORLY GRADED SAND (SP), trace clay; light brown;

poorly graded; fine to medium

I1S:
/
I

110177.7.

WELL GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC), some bands of clayey sand; light brown with white wisps; very dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fine to coarse grained; trace heavy minerals

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE: PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

HOLE NO.

FINAl, IOG

FB-8

FINAL LOG

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
N-VALUE (SPT) I A L R(ECOVEY 0! RECOVE < + A.
20

PROJECT

APSF

JOB NO.

APSF

ISHEET

NO.

OF

HOLE NO.

FB-8

Z -10 O
W 80

Z
. w

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

LMTS%
40 60

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY


TESTING

IJ-5-LZ

172.5_

CLAYEPgY SAND (SC,)medium brownish yellow witn very light green mottles; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

t~ee

SS
I . I

0 30

A 167.5_

120

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP), trace clay; medium brownish yellow; very dense; wet; subangular poorly graded; fine to lower medium grained; trace mica

9
31

"24-3I-S3O
162.5_

125

same clay as above; with a <0. I Rlayer of medium yellow lean

32

ss
157.5_

130

same as above; with yellow bands and yellow clay pods; black Mn? pellets

OAi

Ss
33

:A
i : i AD

rl 3--r13r
152.5_

135

TL

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC), clayey sand in places; medium brownish yellow; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace heavy minerals

A 34 147.5_

140

SCLAYEY

SAND (SC), some zones contain less clay; medium brownish yellow with very light brown zones; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; trace heavy minerals

SS

35

I
AD

I l-17-2g 142.5_

mm

145

FAT CLAY (CH), trace sand; very light brown with medium orange flecks; hard; wet; high plasticity; sand fraction is fine grained; trace heavy minerals

Warley Hill

36

I
l

150137.5_

11l

CLAYEY SAND (SC), with light brown clean sand layer at top of interval; medium brownish yellow; very dense; wet; subangular, poorly graded; fine to medium grained; most of interval is composed of silicified chips

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE:

SITE

H"

NO.

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-8

E E7

CO) UI)

LU)

SOIHdVUED
JA NI HJic19
133-AN1 I

NOIIVA313 INflop mole


14 NI +~~d

z 40+:

C------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE BEGUN

IPSF
I

PROJECT

jJOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

I
N 79185 E 54845
7COORDINATES
jHOLE SIZE

APSF

I 1

OF

5 1

FB-9

APSF
COMPLETED DRILLER

190

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL TOTAL DEPTH

DRILL MAKE AND MODEL

SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL

2/24/98
GROUND EL.

I 2/26198

Graves/S. Rodgers
LOGGED BY:

Failinl

1500

3 7/8 in

140 Ib/ 30 in R. Gelinas/SAIC

160.3

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

290.0

1/219.9 2/26/98
Z 0 m Z t ZQz uJ o X2

A N-VALUE (SPT) a u 1 OR CVR RECOVERY %


ZO

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

+ ATT. LIMITS % L(0J


20 40 60 80

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY

o
290.0

TESTING

gUer to check f-| for

Ut e

to

interferences.
I I I 3

287.5.

Some asphaltic fill.

52
-6:rT:I3282.5, -9T--T 281.0 279.5. 278.0
0 SILTY SAND (SM), trace clay; medium brown, reddish brown, and grayish brown; medium dense; damp;
IIsua~iiipolIvMUU subangular:. -- rlvrdooA-

SS SS 2 SS

A A
3 I i

'0 '0
i

same as above; with clay; medium brownish red; very dense; moist

uno i- l

ui

mwilUll

ununn.

iplp

M1llC

same as above; with two thin light brown layers; dense

SS 4
i I 3

'0
3

10
SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); medium brownish red and some light brown; very stiff, moist; low plasticity; sand same as above; wet; sand fraction is fine to medium grained

SS
5S SS 7 SS 8

A, A

3 I

'1
3

A;
A

0, 0'

'o
3

276.5 I -ff~ -F
0

same as above; stiff; moist

275.0 273.5 272.0

15

"/fJ

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium reddish brown; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium same as above; medium brown same as above; medium brown and reddish brown same as above; medium brownish red, yellowtsh brown, and light gray

Tobacco Road

Ss
9

SS
10
A 0

'0

270.5 20269.0

3
3 l 3

3
1

3
3 3 i 30

ILA
A

25

263.5.

. SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL), with clayey sand interbeds; medium yellowish brown with light gray and maroon zones; very stiff; moist; medium plasticity

30SS 12
,Ki

258.2_

CLAYEY SAND (SC), with some sandy clay interbed; medium brownish red; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-9

:d

A N-VALUE (SPT) R %

0RECOVERY iW,, "0


0 W 5

z QO I-K

tz

z
--- a. DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF LABORATORY TESTING

z :<

%O AT.LMTS L T A
20 40 60 80

DRILLING AND

A ,,
I I

: ;T-TO
I I

' 248.4_

40-

same as above; medium yellowish brown; dense

- -is 243.5

same as above; medium dense

I I

50

16

238.0

SILTY SAND (SM); medium brown. light brown, and some red oxidiation spots; very dense; wet; angular; poorly graded; fine to lower coarse grained

Dry Branch

I
i3

1.

55

9 (I

S17

232.5

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

60

O
I8

:I

.-

1" "5''

2subangular;

227.5_

SILT YSA N D (SM ); m edium brown; very dense; wet; well graded; fine to coarse grained trace fine water rounded gravel

65
3SA 19 I,-

7-222.5

CLAYEY SAND (SC), with some thin clayey sand portions; light brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

70
0
-

5A 20

217.4

SILTY SAND (SM), with thin clayey sand layers; light brown to medium brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to lower coarse grained

= SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;

IITE

HOLE NO.

dI

S= STATIONARY PISTON;

P8 = PITCHER

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT)

PROJECT

APSF
,

[JOB NO.

APSF

SHEET NO.

3 OF 5

IHOLE NO.

FB-9

z
z AT WL

co
a. DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON:

0RECOVERY%
:0 +O LI%

z -r0
D

WATER LEVELS.
CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND TESTING

.LABORATORY %----

20

40

60

80
-I.

-s-

21

Al

212.5

LEAN CLAY (CL), with sand and highly variable sandy clay and clayey sand layers; medium yellowish gray and yellowish brown; very stiff; wet; medium plasticity; sand fraction is fine to medium grained trace coarse

Tan Clay Interval

80

-s-

SCLAYEY SAND (SC), with sandy clay layers; medium


207.6

22

yellowish gray and yellowish brown; subangular; medium dense; wet; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

85I

OA

10 IC

T- 07'in

203.1

-i
90

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); light brown; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

-SS 24

I I

A 197.5_
10

7 -i

CLAYEY SAND (SC), with sandy clay interbeds; medium yellowish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; very fine to fine grained; with black Mn? staining

95

-M--9"
191.9

same as above; medium yellowish brown and grayish


brown; fine to medium grained

25

100

S26A
187.6

wet; subangular; very dense; brown; brown to medium SPOOL.]'Y G,.RADED SAINUD W11FIOI bil Wb-aM);,Hlglit poorly graded; fine to upper medium grained

105

0
:S27]

182.5

jsame
110-

as above

Ss
28
A

C
177.4 175.9_
SITE

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown; loose; poorly graded; fine to medium grained, wet; subangular, wihhakMn? staininp
same as above; dark yellowish brown; very loose

Santee

29

Overdrill
NO

SS = SPLIT SrPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-9

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
S
0-(
A N-VALUE (SPT) z

PROJECT

APSF

JOB NO.

APSF

SHEET NO. NO. FB-9 4 OF 5 HOLE

NOTES ON:

RECOVERY 0 ! -CO m
--

z
K W _JW -I-

. ' 2Z

D_

2~ + ATT. LIMITS %

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

CHARACTER OF LABORATORY TESTING

0R u
0

WATER LEVELS, DRILLING AND

20

40

60

80

...
4-j-1

....
173.5

...

..

.. .

. .. ...

!s

S IL I Yand brown; tM), (Nu portons wim wet; clay;subangular; medium reaoosn poorly dense; medium brown graded; fine to medium grained

-3Ai
SS 32

16T6:Cff
168.5j

12IU-

.-

same as above; with a few thin gray clay laminations; medium yellowish brown; dense; very fine to fine grained

I I
I

1250 A

163.5.

-1

rvvmiL 3 Ur1..%, JrJa.-u'<. W+ I In alIt ko o-- ), 1WII interbeds of lean clay and clayey sand; light brown, yellowish grayish brown, and light gray; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

.n.nrrT

.A

,.rrrn er

n O

;nL

130
18-27-35 33

157.9_

i
135
7.
J

1-

same as above; light brown grading to yellowish brown; very fine to medium grained

AA I

34

I
A.

wru2M, A' O

I
i

152.8

-j
I

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown; very loose; wet; subangular; poorly graded; very fine to fine grained; very uniform

Overdrill on clean out.

S35

140 149.2.

same as above; light yellowish brown; medium dense; moist; trace turitella shells

55_S
36

I
AO

rn
144.2

145

SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL), with clayey sand interbeds; medium brownish gray and yellowish brown; hard; wet; medium plasticity; sand fraction-is very fine-to fmegrained

Warley Hill

IS7
ss1 i

1FT757r
139.2.

-L

150-

same as above; medium yellowish brown; sand is fine grained; with silicified chips

(A.
SITE

CLAYEY SAND (SC); dark yellowish red with light green


HOLE NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON. ST = SHELBY TUBE;


PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

IFB-9

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
w A N-VALUE (SPT)
r C j z O VE R E Y0%--

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

APSF
z

APSF

15

OF

FB-9

O -

z - r OREVERYI"In

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

+ -Z AT. LIMITS %
20 40 60 80

""O

,,>,

III

C0

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

38 1

134.2.

"

grained line to laminae; coarse "wispy very dense; wet; subangular; well graded;

1/26/98 water level @ 710.1 feet.

S129.7d

160-

39

SILTY SAND (SM); light brown to medium brown; very dense; wet; subrounded; well graded; fine to coarse grained

Congaree Hole abandoned with grout mix per 3Q5.

SI TE

1NO._

11

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;


PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

FINAL LOG

FB-9

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE COORDINATES

APSF
N 79506 E 54990
DRILL MAKE AND MODEL HOLE SIZE

APSF

1 OF 5
90

FB-10

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHTVFALL TOTAL DEPTH

APSF
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

2/26/98
GROUND EL.

2/27/98

Graves/A. Jackson LOGGED BY: DEPTHIEL. GROUND WATER

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 Ib/ 30 in N. Kidd/SAIC

154.8

284.4 W z
0v. 'C

A N-VALUE (SPT) 0 RECOVERY %


-z
C

zCo
uJCW. uJu
284.4
i Iau

NOTES ON:
z . C) CL DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION WATER LEVELS, OF CHARACTER DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING
1
I ILI .4

<+ IMT T. %m0

"" ATT.LIMITS% < +


20 40 60 80

u~

f~~ C

check f or er^ to interferences.


S i i i

eL

0~~

50
SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); medium red with light yellow and white mottles; very stiff; dry; medium plasticiy; sand

2S SS

Al
I i i

C
C
)8-13-20

276.9.

same as above; hard same as above; moist; no mottles 10same as above CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium red; dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to coarse grained
same as above; fine to medium graned; fragment of typical SAltamaha cobble in spoon

A: 3

275.4k273.9. 272.4. 270.9 269.4. 267.9. 266.4 264.9-. 20 15


ooo

Tobacco Road

A'
6 7 AS
i I i

LEAN CLAY WITH SAND (CL); medium red; hard; damp, medium plasticity;, sand is fine to medium grained
SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); medium red; very stiff; moist; medium plasticity; sand is fine to medium grained LEAN CLAY WITH SAND (CL); medium red with light yellow and light purple mottles; very stiff; moist; medium nlasticitv (CLI: sand is fine grained trace mica

7-12-17 6-12-16

sS
9 SS lo
I

I'A

263.4.

multicolored; hard; moist; sand fraction is fine grained; trace SILT mica (ML), sandy in places; red, white, yellow.

A:0

ir
258 .4-.

25

*SILTY SAND (SM); light red with white mottles and -occasional medium yellow bands; dense; moist; . subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

ss

12
'AI

30253.4.

same as above;, sand ismostly fine grained

I-PL

I-~

'

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

HOLE NO.

FB-10

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT)
z0RECOVERY! % z Z

PROJECT

APSF

NO. IJOBAPSF

2 OF ISHEET NO.5

FB-10 HOLE NO.

NOTES ON: LL ZO DRILLING 0,z uW DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

S< . LIMITS + % A

LEVELS, WATER CHARACTER OF


AND LABORATORY

TESTING

jSJ
ss

20

40

60

80
i5-27-37I

248.4j

1'

POORLY GR'LADED-. SAN'DU WIT 11

red and medium orange; very dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

SIL I ta-a)m);

light

14

I
I
0'

(DA 243.4

40

j POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC). portions silty; light brownish yellow with white laminae; very dense; moist, subangular, poorly graded; fine to medium grained

S5 Is

20-32:9 238.4_

45

same as above; light yellowish brown with light reddish purple zones; wet; subrounded

16

I
I

Ac
233.4 9-I M-I

50

-z

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

Dry Branch

ss

A 228.4

55

WELL GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC); medium yellowish brown with medium reddish brown and medium brownish yellow zones; very dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fine to coarse grained

Ss

I
Ss
A;0
19

"r2-19-2M
223.4.

60-

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC), clayey in places; medium brownish yellow with white wisps and light reddish brown zones; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

I
ACO

10-124-1 218.4_.

65

11

same as above; occasional coarse sand grains; black Mn? pellets ... .. ...............

55 20

I
A
A.

70213.4_

same as above; with interlayered medium yellow clay and dark orange sand; black Mn? wisps; trace heavy minerals; flattened quartz pebbles at top of interval

-'-'I

VA'A

_______________________________

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;


PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

FINAL

NO .

FINAL LOG

recovery

PROJECT

JOB NO.

ISHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
i

APSF
, J I 0 x L

APSF

3 OF 5

FB-1O

A N-VALUE(sPT)
S 0 RECOVERY % T. L -" -jW 20

NOTES ON:
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND

SZ
co)

-LIMITS%
a
tr L.

LABORATORY
TESTING
acexs..... J. gn oi ..... uw-. sn

iS___

S...
40 .

60

80

,..

f//.

,L

.AN

Ii

..-

u-....II

nn.* i-...w

Inc-v....

62-2

208.4J

LE_.AN CL, V. (C.L,), trace light brownish yellomw sand wit plasticity; medium hard;sane; moist; dark orange laminae;

I an %lay Interval

is fine to coarse grained; black Mn? pellets

S 22

I I

AO
203.4.

80

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light brown; dense, wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace heavy minerals; top half of the interval is light yellow sandy clay

23

23

13T5"V 198.4.

-J

85

.L/./1

same as above; clayey in places; medium yellowish brown; very dense; black Mn? wisps; light yellow interlaminated clay

-I

I241

90

193.4.

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP). trace clay; light brown with very light brown zones; very dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; black Mn? pellets; almost no clay in the top of the interval; trace heavy minerals

SS
25

I I

AA:,A 188.4.

95

same as above; with clay at the bottom of the interval; light brownish yellow; light brown at the top of the interval

SS 26

100
183.4. 0A

*7j

same as above; trace clay; light brown; black Mn? wisps

1/24/98 water level @ 26.68 ft. Water level not consistant with other measurements taken in nearby borings. 105,
POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light

SS 27,

I
b

i7wT473S178.4.

brown-and-light yellow; very dense; wet; subangular; .... poorly graded; fine to medium grained; black Mn? wisps; also heavy mineral stringers

2
SS 28 110-

no recovery

Plastic catcher is good.

173.4.

A0O
I
I I

LI/I

no

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

FINAL LOG

HOLE NO. E

B-10

4
GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT) Y RE CaV + ATI.+LIMITS %
z

PROJECT

APSF

APSF JOB NO.

4 OF SHEET NO.5

FB-10 HOLE NO.

NOTES ON:

.U

0
M
> ILZ
--

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION a

DECITO

WATER LEVELS, OF
CHARACTER DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

. uJ

SS 29

20

40

60

80

168.4
0'

POOLKJY GRKADED SA-ND WlIITC+L.AY (SP-SIC); medium brownish yellow; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; black Mn? mottles; trace heavy mine.as

Nantee

SS 30

I I I I I I
I
A 'A

A 163.4

120

same as above; with interlaminated very light green clay wisps

SS 31

125
158.4_

same as above; coloriron grades downward light yellow; at top of sandtonodule cemented dark reddish brown; interval

Ss

32

130
153.4..

:same as above; no light yellow zones; medium dense

1/27/98 water level 36.68 ft. Water level not consistant with other water level readings in the area.

SS 33

10

-F7=-21 148.4!

135

CLAYEY SAND (SC), with clay strngers; verylight light green brown, light yellowish brown, and orange with stringers; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; trace heavy minerals; trace mica; silicified turritella shells

SS 34

")-31-40 S143.4_

140

I same as above; with no light green clay stringers; very

dense

ss
35

)7-18-36 I38.4

145.

CLAYEY SAND (SC), with interbedded lean clay, trace fine to coams sand layers; medium yellowish brown with orange zones and light brownish yellow mottles; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained: trace mica; trace heavy minerals; silicified turitella shells

134.5_

36

150-

SANDY FAT CLAY (CH); very dark grayish green with very light green band; hard; wet; high plasticity; sand is mine to coarse grained; 'green clay'

Warley Hill

'A
SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER SITE

129.6

-J

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-10

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
w
.z N-VALUE (SPT) + ATT. LIMITS %
2
_ |_ 20

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

APSF
z

APSF

5OF O 5

FB-10

-R R 0 O Q
>z .

Ii
.. -w
-

NOTES ON: DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS,
CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY

0
.. . . .

4
40

6
60 _ _ 8_0__ __ .. . ..

TESTING
I

T. .L .. ......J ... 4 .. ... :.L

ss
37

30lM i

Total depth of boring 154.8 feet.

grout mix per 3Q5.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE:


PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

HOLE

SITE

FINAL LOG

FB_

10

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE COORDINATES

APSF N 79317 E 54981


DRILL MAKE AND MODEL HOLE SIZE

APSF

OF

5 90

FB-11

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL TOTAL DEPTH

APSF
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

2/19/98
GROUND EL.

2/20/98

Graves/A. Jackson
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 Ib/ 30 in N. Kidd/SAIC

158.7

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

289.8 SRECOVERY%
A N-VALUE (SPT) 0t 0 -AO z ,' co 0. .

NOTES ON: DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION WATER LEVELS. CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

z
> -l'-

"co'

<

20

40

60

80

289.8

Hand auger to 6 feet to for underground check interferences.

HandJ auger to 6: tee to

5-

OA
A

281.3. 0 ( 279.8.

CLAYEY SAND (SC); dark brown; medium dense; dry; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; some frnm n-rhv CPT nii~hlt ^m-nt i iinir

2 SS 3 -,S 4 SS 5
A A
A

no soil recovery; cement in shoe (from nearby CPT push?); very dense I
CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium red with light brown mottles; dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium ,rained same as above; medium dense; bentonite is present within the interval; actual soil recovery is less (about 0.3 feet)

A 0

"24-20
-9- 13-13

278.3.
276.8. 275.3.

7..

*1 I

4same as above with no bentonite


15
same as above; dense

-S
6 --SS 7

A A A 0

I -15-16 273.8. T0-13-6-2 272.3.

same as above
same as above; slightly higher clay content; medium dense

Ss
8 TsS 9

270.8.

Sf . 1.
20

same as above; sand is fine grained Tobacco Road?

269.3

A I
A

0.

7- 12T-16264.3

25

11 SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); medium red; very stiff. damp; medium plasticity; sand fraction is fine to coarse grained

01

A 12

0'

259.3. 257.8.

30-

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium red; loose; damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

same as above; medium dense; moist

L-L

'

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;


OR=RTATI(t3MAPV PISTAN" PR = PITCHER
PS STTON ....... R PISTOW P = PITCHER..........

SITE

5HOLE

NO.

FINAL LOG
..

FB-11

A N-VALUE (SPT)

0 RECOVERY %
+ ATT. LIMITS %

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

'0

:0

A,0

'A

A0

Dry Branch

in places; very light brown and very light brownish yellow with white wisps; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

'A

'

0'

(race mica

A,

CLAYEY SAND (SC); some zones contain less clay; interbedded clay layer at bottom of interval; medium red grading downward to grayish red; loose; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W
A N-VALUE (SPT)

PROJECT

APSF

JOB NO.

APSF

SHEET NO.

OF

HOLE NO.

FB-11

O R

1 0-D

Z Q

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

0RECOVERY % O
+,AT LIMITSI%

W uz
w Z "c

-X
+ oC

a.

20
'A

40

60

80 Tan Clay Interval? same as above; interbedded sandy lean clay; medium brownish yellow with white wisps and dark brown and dark gray mottles; medium dense

-- 5S 22

I I
10

211.3_

80-

AO

, 206.3.

23

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light brown with light brownish yellow zones; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

85-

S!241

201.4.

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; light brown; very dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

90
01i

Ss
25

15-2-26-fg 196.3

-'-5

same as above; dense; trace heavies

95
0
I~.

I2:S
00

-6-714-27191.3_

-z
100

CLAYEY SAND (SC); some zones are clay with sand; medium brownish yellow with white wisps; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded, fine to medium grained; black pellets (Mn?)

Ss 27

A 26-5044 186.3

-t

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; some zones contain slightly more clay; light brown and brownish yellow; very dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

105I~~

j28I
A

same as above except no brownish yellow color

181.3 110-

ss 29 Ss 30

A SITE

176.3_
1i1A 2

FAT CLAY (CH) with interlaminated sand; clay becomes sandy in places; white and very light brown; firm; wet; high plasticity; sand is fine to coarse grained; possible weathered \hell fragments: black ttellets (Mn9l SANDY FAT CLAY (CH); with interlaminated sand and ...

Santee

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE: PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

.....

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-11

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
d

G PROJECT APSF
,0.

JOB NO.

APSF

SHEET NO. 4 OF 5

HOLE NO.

FB-11
N

NOTES ON:

A N-VALUIE (SPT)
O +o % -LRECOVERY +~ATT'. LIMITS % z 0 D. caO -W m -LIW
-

C
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

OE

WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

20

40

60

80

... .. .. ... . ..... clay layers; very light green with medium yellowish brown mottles; very stiff, wet; high plasticity; sand is fine to medium grained with occasional coarse grains; black pellets (Mn?)

Ss
3'

10

A
169.8_ 120

CLAYEY SAND (SC); very light brown and medium brownish yellow; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; black pellets (Mn?)

A'

-I

S23A

164.8.

125

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium brownish yellow; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; trace heavies

Ss 33

I
I

A' 159.8. 130

same as above with wisps of light green clay

Ss

24-28-24 154.8 135

34

same as above; medium yellowish brown with light yellow mottles

gs

35

I I I
S
A

X~TOD 149.8 140

same as above; light yellowish brown with dark brown clay laminae; dense; the very top of the interval is medium orange clayey sand, which grades downward into the interval (color and clay content). turritella shell at very top of interval

-5 36

A:

( 144.8. 145

-- ISFAT CLAY (CH); sandy in places; light brownish yellow; hard; wet; high plasticity; sand fraction is fine grained;

Warley Hill

turritella shell fragments

)112630n

Ss

( 139.8_ 150-

37

-- ISSANDY FAT CLAY (CH); medium yellowish red and wisps; hard; damp; high

brownish yellow with light green plasticity; sand is fine to coarse grained

10

At
IA 0

P'1 POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC);


SITE

yellowish brown; very dense; wet; subrounded; .1/1 medium POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-Sb ;

Congaree
HOLE NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-11

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT) A
Z11

APSF

APSF

OF

FB-1i

z U.. w w Z -4 20

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION a-LAO


.... __._-____............_____ ,.. --.
:illI"ed l;m~l~ll u to oarse gralll;I

0 DO
2 Z co
|__

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF

+ ATT. LIMITS %

im

R LABORATORY TESTING
,____.......
!ltcilongwlr.I :

20

40

60

80

___

poodyls

i
39

131.1

A small amount of clayey and sandy/gravelly material was pulled from the shoe. this material is probably sloughed

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB I11

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE

GCLPROJECT
APSF
COORDINATES

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

APSF

7 OF

FB-12

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

APSF
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

N 79376 E 55003
DRILL MAKE AND MODEL

90
SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHTIFALL TOTAL DEPTH

IHOLE SIZE

2127198
GROUND EL.

3/3/98

GraveslA. Jackson LOGGED BY: DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

Failin2 1500

3 7/8 in

140 lb/ 30 in N. Kidd/SAIC

156.3

288.9
U

A N-VALUE (SPT)

0 jUL) ORECOVERY %

z
0 0

z
O Ujj z a-I _ DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, HRCTRO CHARACTER OF


DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

ATT. LIMITS % Q) 20 40 60 80

S+

288.9
fan for to 6 check ager interferences. eot to

5A 0 A 0 * CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium red; loose; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

SS
281.4 279.9 2

same as above; medium dense


* same as above; dense same as above; medium dense; clay content increases with depth same as above; clay content is consistent through the interval

ss
3 4

A ',
A I

sS
SS 5 SSI 6
SSI A A

1F-T3w

278.4 276.9

10-

i
r

,A
A
.0

0,
0 0

275.4 273.9 1-T -419-79 272.4


1

A'i

1 r

[1VImedium
.
.

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light red; dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to |,mined

Tobacco Road

-. 4

same as above; fine to lower medium grained


same as above; medium dense; fine to medium grained same as above; dense; borderline clayey sand same as above; medium dense

7 SS 8 9 SS
10
,
I

0 A
A

270.9 269.4 20 267.9

SS

25 262.9

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium red; loose; moist; *subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; occasional S medium to coarse grains

12

30
257.9_

same as above; dense; damp; fine to medium grained with occasional coarse sand and fine gravel

_I.

- L... II____.........~...

. . .

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-12

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT) % SO RE C OVE RY z 0 =) 2-O ,, 80 ...
1-i5-18i z

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

APSF

APSF

2 OF 5

FB-12

NOTES ON:
I_

<
0

+ A.
20

LIMITS %
40 60

>i "

x
-

(L

D E C IP I NW DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

u 9Z

A TE R L E V E LS , CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY

TESTI
252.9.

S1

""same as above;

medium grained

Ilght reddish yellow; moist; fine to lower

55s
14

I I
A

A A

40 247.9-

-4

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); borderline trace clay; light reddish yellow with medium red bands; dense, damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

15

45

242.9

CLAYEY SAND (SC); light reddish yellow with light yellowish red zones and white wisps; dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

0.
16IS -1

A,

l8-32S 2379.

50

SPOORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC);

Dry Branch

medium brownish yellow; very dense; moist; subrounded; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

--S 17

A,

0 232.9

55

with dark poorly yellow subangular; moist; medium (SC); SAND zones; brown yellow with dark medium SANDgrained (SC); dense; yellowish CLAYEY medium yellowish graded; brown zones; dense; moist. subangular; poorly

graded; medium grained

0GA S

Water level 16.92 ft. This water level reading is inconsistant with the water level measurements from other borings in the area.

60

SPOORLY

227.

GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium brownish red; very dense; wet. subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

SS
19

3r
222.9

65

same as above; clayey in places; medium brownish yellow; .dense . -

20

I
(t)

70217.9 _

,A

jsame
as above; trace heavies

I
SS= SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

I
SITEL1

___

I_

JN_

E_

FINAL LOG

FB-12

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT) Z 0

PROJECT

JOB NO.

APSF

APSF

SHEET NO. HOLE NO. FB-12 3 OF 5

NOTES ON:

a..0

SZ

O RECOVERY % C +AT. LIMITS%


20 40 60

a1
80
I
Z)-Z L

l > W
Wm

WATER LEVELS,
x 0 a DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND

LABORATORY
TESTING

S521

212.9j

poorly graded; fine to medium stained; black "2Z subangular, mottles (Mn.); flat quartz pebbles at top of interval; trace heavies

C:LAYJEY SAND., (S).);hn

blllrownish yellow; (lense; wet;

TSS
22

I
AOA
0

80 207.9

SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); medium brownish yellow, white, and medium orange; very stiff; wet; medium plasticity sand is fine to medium grained, trace heavies

Tan Clay Interval

Ss 23

:A

_T_=
202.9

85

I No recovery

SS 24

___r

90 197.9.

-4

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); borderline clayey sand; light brownish yellow; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace heavies

T6i
25 192.9.

95

same as above; some areas have trace clay; light brown and light reddish brown with areas of light brownish yellow; very dense

26

0C

A, 187.9.

100

same as above; light brownish yellow and light yellow; dense; moist; black pellets (Mn?)

27

I
I
0

105 182.9

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; light brown; very dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded; fine.to ".medium grained; trace heavies; black pellets (Mn?)

i.

28

.__T71

110- 1

177.9-

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light brown; dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded; fine to medium grained with occasional coarse grains; trace heavies

A i

C
SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE: PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER SITE HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-12

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT)

PROJECT

APSF

JOB NO.

APSF

SHEET NO. HOLE NO. FB-12 4 OF 5

0 RECOVERY0% O
0 CO

z
) >W

a x_ a-

3z
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION
O

WATER LEVELS,
CHARACTER OF

NOTES ON:

% C -A LIMITS M

Wz
"'
--

.
uJ

DRILLING AND
LABORATORY

0TESTING
.. . . . . . .. .. .. . . . .

sS 29 Ss
30

I
I

_0 _ _ 2

40

60

80

. . . .. .. . ... K/16in-5r n

172.9_

trace loose; heavies SCLAYEY SANDnoorlv (SC); emded: mediumyellowish fine rained: brown; wet suhanaular heavies , ,,ban isn
#

/-

171.4

me M.ZM same as above; sticky sandy fat clay; very M of very "= zone 't. dense; fine to medium grained

Santee

120-

31S
ss
32

T7-TI-U

*1/

166.4_
2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light yellowish brown; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace heavies; trace mica

AC
2 2

125same as above 161.4_

2 2 2 2 i0

2 2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2

130 Ss 33

I I I I
A A

2 2 2

i 2 2

2 2 2

17-TT-IT 156.4.

medium grained same as above with white bands; dense; fine to lower

34

2i o 22
2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
2

135
-I/

) 5-7-8

151.4

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium reddish brown with very light brown zones; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; black mottles (Mn?); trace heavies

140 0
2

A
2

same as above; loose; clay content is slightly higher

35

146.4

145
-I.

36

141.4.

SANDY FAT CLAY (CH); very light green and light brownish yellow with medium orange wisps; color grades downward to dark orange; hard; wet; high plasticity; sand is fine to medium grained; trace heavies

Warley Hill

150-

=SI
I

1-T4-Slu

136.6.

same as above; medium brownish red with light green wisps; very hard

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS


=

SITEHOLE

NO.

STATIONARY PISTON:

PB

PITCHER

FINAL LOG

_FB-12

G GEOTECHNICAL LOG
0-

PROJECT

JOB NO.

APSF
:!

APSF

SHEET NO. 5 OF 5

HOLE NO.

FB-12

. W A N-VALUE (SPT)

NOTES ON:
O XWATER DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION . LEVELS, CHARACTER OF

O RECOVERY% + ATT LIMITS %

ca 0DRILLING
80

AND

A. 0+ LIMITS %
mI

aBSTO JW
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

LABORATORY
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

20

40
A,

60
i

80

g-6 38

132.6_

I.1

Total depth of boring 156.3 feet.

Hole abandoned with grout mix per 3Q5.

It*1

SS = SPLIT SPOON: ST - SHELBY TUBE;


PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

_______ j ________ j _____

SiTE

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-12

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE COORDINATES

APSF N 79314 E 54981


DRILL MAKE AND MODEL HOLE SIZE

APSF

1 OF 3 90

FB-13

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL TOTAL DEPTH

APSF
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

3/5/98
GROUND EL.

3/6/98

Graves/S. Rodgers
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 Ib/30 in N. Kidd/SAIC

117.5

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

289.7 W
A N-VALUE (SPT) % O RECOVERY V z 2 U WZ -,W
289.7
_

NOTES ON: z : 1-z I( wJ


0n

--O Co

~Z

+ATTLIMITS %

0Io

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING


u__ "ntt aUl to. Lu tu check for underground
L

20

40

60

80

_........

_.....

interferences

5--

10

15

20

25
ST

11

262.2.

SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); borderline clay with sand; medium red; damp: medium plasticity; sand fraction is fine to medium grained

250 psi, rest 15 min.

30

35-

____I JI___________________I I SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON: PB = PITCHER

J_____ SITE

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

_FB-13

SLPROJECT

JOB NO.

"APSF
i)

APSF

ISHEET NO. 2 OF 3

HOLE NO.

FB-13

A N-VALUE (SPT) O - RECOVERY% AT L z 0 1i -o LIMITS%


80

z (n

NOTES ON: DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION WATER LEVELS, OF CHARACTER DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

20

40

60

45

50

55

60

65

70

75ST 2

I
I
I

212.7 211.7]

"

and white yellow, purple, with light reddish brown medium POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); \clay sringers; wet; subangular, poorly graded; fine to
0A |IulmlI

200 psi, rest 15 min.

80

LEAN CLAY WITH SAND (CL); sandy in places; black, light tan, white, and brown; wet; medium plasticity; sand fraction is fine grained; trace heavies

r4111r..iJ

85SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER SITE HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-13

PROJECT

IJOB

NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT) 0 z 0 =) Q
0 co
*i

APSF

APSF

3 OF 3

FB-13

NOTES ON: z 'z.

O j0RECOVERY% + ATT. LIMITS %


20 40

-j0

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS. CHARACTER OF

DRILLING AND
LABORATORY

TESTING

60

80

90

95-

100
i1 I I I I I I

105

110

115-

ST
3

.. J

173.2. 172.2.

i CLAYEY SAND (SC); (may be sloughed material);


"\raded:

900 psi, rest, 10 min. Hole abandoned with grout mix per 3Q5.

medium brown with white wisps; wet; subangular; poorly fine to medium trained SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); light greenish yellow; wet, / \medium plasticity7 sand fraction is fine grained Total depth of boring 1]7.5 feet.

___

___

___I

__I

__I

J_

_I_

_I~

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;

SITEHOLE

_ _ NO.

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-13

*1

A N-VALUE (SPT) 0 RECOVERY % + ATT. LIMITS % DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

ST

700 psi, rest 15 min.

ST

300 psi, rest 15 min.

ST

300 psi, rest 15 min. Hole abandoned with grout mix per 3Q5.

SS

=SPLIT

SPOON; ST

SHELBYTUBE;

IPS = STATIONARY

PISTON: PB = PITCHER

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE

PROJECT ICOORDINATES

APSF N 79179 E 55034

JOB NO.

APSF 1

SHEET NO.

OF

1HOLE NO.

FB-15

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

APSF
BEGUN COMPLETED IDRILLER

90
TOTAL DEPTH

DRILL MAKE AND MODEL

IHOLE SIZE

SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL

3/6/98 1 3/9/9Q8
GROUND EL.

raves/S. Rodoers
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 718 in

140 Ib/ 30 in
N. Kidd/SAIC

115.0

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

291.7
A N-VALUE (SPT) 0 RECOVERY % 0 O z 0 0z O W 20 40 60 80 z

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, i. DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND

<Z

+ AT. LIMITS %

Z -

x.-

u (LR w1 oTESTING

LABORATORY

291.7

10

15

20

ST

I1

266.2. 265.2.

25

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); clayey 400 psi, rest 15 graded subangular; medium red; moist; in places;to " out material may be washed poorly \redjum coarse grained" SILT (ML), dark red, very light red, and white with very light purple wisps of clay; moist; low plasticity

min.

30

35-

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-15

a
PROJECT

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
LU

JOB NO.

APSF

APSF

SHEET NO. 2 OF 3

HOLE NO.

FB-15

-A

P z RORuII O RZ I - 0 0 W co W 80

Z
x DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF

""1

F'o
%

uLIMITS (

DRILLING AND
LABORATORY

TESTING

20

40

60

45

50

55

60

65

70

75

STT 2 ST 3

I
______I__________I ____I

A POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC);

211.7 210.7. 209.7

80-

medium brownish yellow; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to coarse grained; sample was falling out of tube when _withdrawn from the hole CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brownish yellow; wet; subangular, poorly graded; fine to medium grained with \occasional coarse gains LEAN CLAY (CL); interlaminated sands; light brownish yellow with medium brownish yellow zones and black wisps; wet; medium plasticity; sand is fine to medium grained; black wisps (Mn?)

500 psi, rest 15 min.

500 psi, rest 15 min.

85_____

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;

SITE

HOLE NO.

PS= STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

IFB-1

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W
ZC____

1PROJECT

APSF
,iT

JOB NO.

APSF

ISHEET NO.

3 OF 3

HOLE NO.

FB-15

A N-VALUE (SPT)

NOTES ON:

RECOVERY%
2 + ATT. LIMITS % 0'C,2 20 4 ': CC)0 O

0 - WL a. 1~--

a O DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS,
CHARACTER OF RLLN AND N DRILLING LABORATORY TESTING

20

40

60

80

___

___

_____________

_______

90

95

ST

100 190.7

CLAYEY SAND (SC); some zones are sand with clay; light brown with white and very light yellow mottles; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; black mottles (Mn?)

350 psi, rest 15 min.

105

110

ST 5

01

same as above; zones of sandy clay; medium reddish brown with light gray and white zones

176.7

115-

Total depth of boring 115 feet.

700 psi, rest 15 min. Tube is crushed at th bottom. Hole abandoned with grout mix per 3Q5.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST

SHELBY TUBE;

SITE

HOLE NO.

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

ILFB-15

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE BEGUN

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

APSF
COORDINATES

APSF

1 OF 3 90

FB-16

APSF
COMPLETED DRILLER

N 79212 E 54889
HOLE SIZE

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL TOTAL DEPTH

DRILL MAKE AND MODEL

3/9/98
GROUND EL.

3/11/98

Graves/S. Rodgers
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 718 in

140 Ib/ 30 in N. Kidd/SAIC

120.0

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

290.1
A N-VALUE (SPT) ORCVEY
Z

tDo

+ ATT. LIMITS %

z -`-IIDSCITO , -j IAOATR uJ uJ 0
290.1

NOTES ON: D AND CLASSIFICATION WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND I ABORATORY TESTING Hand auger to 6 feet to check for underground interferences.

20

40

60

80

10-

ST

C
274.1 273.1_

1 4 IJ

. . ...

. SCLAYEY SAND (SC); medium red; damp; subangular; amaineci Grin ZZLnnfll erdA'"

500 psi, 15 min.

same as above; medium brownish yellow; fine to medium grained; trace heavies

20

25

30

35-

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST -SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

HOLE NO

FINAL LOG

-16

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
w
z
A N-VALUE (SPT)

PROJECT

APSF
c 2 "r"2 a. 10 .

J03 NO.

APSF

SHEET NO. 2 OF 3

HOLE NO.

FB-16

0RECOVERY % O
A LIMITS% 20
|

z-X

z ;z :)

w 80
__ ___ __

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION LLDRILLING

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF AND LABORATORY TESTING


___ _____

20

40

60

___________________

45

50

552

60

water. See *

Lost 800 gallons of

65

70

75

80-

ST1
SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;
PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

85SITE

LEAN CLAY WITH SAND (CL); sandy in places; interbedded sand stringers; medium brownish-yellow,

350 psi, rest 15 min. HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

ILFB-16

*
GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT)

LPROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

APSF

APSF

OF

HOLE NO.

FB-16

z
Z 0

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS,

O RECOVERY% MA + Z

0r

LI < LIMITS
60 80

0
, 0

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

CHARACTER OF
DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

20
-----------

40

204.1-

white, and light red; wet, medium plasticity; santd is fine to medium grained; this zone is highly variable with respect to sand content

90-

95

ST

191.1_ 100

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brownish yellow with light yellow and white zones; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; black wisps (Mn?)

250 psi, rest 15 min.

105

110

!15

120Total depth of boring 120 feet,

Lost circulation at 118 ft., culd not recover. Lost over 1000 allones of water. s-After loss of circulation two buckets of bentonite pellets were placed in the hole and allowed to hydrate for a approximately 1 hour. Tried to resume drilling and after 60 feet, rods got stuck in the hole. The hole took an additional 800 Sal'ons of water. abandonedwith grout mix per 3Q5.

I-

L1

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON. PB = PITCHER

SITE

HOLE NO

FINAL LOG

FB-_16

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE

PROJECT COORDINATES

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

APSF
N 79207 E 54890
HOLE SIZE

APSF

HOLE NO.

OF

1 90

FB-16A

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL TOTAL DEPTH

APSFI
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

DRILL MAKE AND MODEL

3/11/98
GROUND EL.

3/12/98

Graves/S. Rodgers
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3718 in

140 lb/ 30 in N. Kidd/SAIC

116.0

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

290.1
u z ' A N-VALUE (SPT) 0 RECOVERY % ORCVEY L_ < M Z T.LIMITS% z [. W
290.1

," Zj "3 _ugI. DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON:

(80

-0

"0

WATER LEVELS,

CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING


. . . .. ..

/_

20

40

60

Hlana auger to 6 feet to for undergroune check interferences. Advance hole with 10

15
20

mude rotary method to resume sampling at 118 ft, because of lost circulation at that depth in hole FB-16.

25 30 35 40
45

50 55
60

65 70 75 80 85
90 95

100 105 110 115Total depth of boring 116 feet.

Lost circulaion at 116 feet. Hole abandoned with grout mix per 3Q5.
HOLE NO.
__

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;

SITE

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB =PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-16A

1*'
GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

Northeast Expansion
COORDINATES

NEX

1 OF 4

FB-17

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

APSF-NE
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

N 79244 E 55520
DRILL MAKE AND MODEL HOLE SIZE

90
SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHTIFALL TOTAL DEPTH

4/13/98
GROUND EL.

4/20/98

B. Cunningham/Graves LOGGED BY: DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 lb/30 in N. Kidd/SAIC

145.0

283.1
AN-VALUE (SPT) ILEC;VERQ%-Z

Z
"

+AlT.
20

LIMITS %
40 60 80

-20
co 0

. U
Z

X Z

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING N AND D LABORATORY TESTING Hand auger to 7 feet to check for underground

283.1

-I4

,interferences.

S5
S0

274.6
SS

A',A A A , A A A A A A A A , 0 ,6,8.0 , , ,15 ' , "(0 : "-"TS-

274.6. 27._ 273.1 271.6 270.1 1

.' . -

SS 3 SS
4 5

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; light brown; loose; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium rained: trace heavies POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium brown with medium yellowish red mottles; \redium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to _. medium erained CLAYEY SAND (SC); light red with yellowish red, and gray zones; medium dense; damp. brownish yellow, \suban,uar: ooorlvgaded: tolight meium yellowraneL ad hite medium red ine with same as above-

o
I

- .i -- 412-15-21
I
--

SS
sS

mottles SLEAN CLAY WITH -

S.. . . 1 268.6
267.1 265.6_noorlv

6 7

SS Ss

o 0

a
9

SS
Ss 10 SS

I-1 7 I -- 17 ' I-I-S0

264.1_medium 2 .6

SAND (CL); light brownish red, brownish yellow, and gray; hard; damp; medium plasticity, arained to medium is fine sand with clayey sand zones; CLAY (CL) LEAN SANDY medium brownish yellow with medium red zones. hard-, damp: medium plasticity: sand is fine to medium grained CLAYEY SAND (SC); light brownish yellow with white wisps and medium red zones; dense; damp; subangular; eraded fine to medium grained ,sameas above; light red with white flecks and medium yellowish brown zones; medium dense; fine to lower grained. trace mica sameasabove; light red; no mica observed

o0
0 ,I.

261.1 259.6 A258.1


-... ,

SILTY SAND (SM) some areas are clayey; medium red with brownish yellow, brown, and white bands; medium subangular; poorly graded; fine to lower dense; damp; \medium grained .2 CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium red; medium dense; damp; subanular oorly eraded: fine to lower medium grained same as above; silty in places; medium red with white and brownish yellow zones same as above;-light yellowish brown with light red zones; fine to medium grained
,as

II

SS 12 SS 13

.0

25.

above, with white wwmcnwdense

', 16 7A, ' ,

O255.11

'253.6 17

29
252.1

30

AA

SS
SS5-T7-0'

Y T250.6_
249.1]
J. J .Z1

"vzones
|

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); some areas trace clay; light brownish yellow with light red and liht browzones; dense; wet; subangular, poorly graded; LF ,mdu eraned POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; some areas with clay;, light red with light reddish brown zones and dark yellowish brown wisps; very dense; damp; subangular; I knoorly graded- medium grained same as above; light red with very light orange and white CLAYEY SAND (SC) some zones are less clayey; light reddish yellow with light red zones and white pellets; dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium

f
HOLE NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST '=SHELBY TUE PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

FINAL LOG

FB-17

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A W (OER 0 Szj Z cL
___

PROJECT

Northeast ExDansion

jJOB NO.

NEX

SHEET NO. 2 OF 4

HOLE NO.

FB-17

N-VALUE (SPT) RCE Y% RECOVERY AT. LIMITS 20 40 60 80

,z

Z g

Ix . 0- lj DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

"I0 -+
___

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING


________

___

__

____________________

19
SS 20 SS 21 S 22 SS 23 SS 24 SS 25 SS 26 SS 27 SS 28 SS 29 SS 30 SS 31 SS 32 S 33 SS 34 SS 35 SS 36 SS 37 9S 38 SS 39 SS 40 SS 41 SS 42 SS 43 SS 44 S 45 A .
2

T4-=
TIrF
'A'O

247.6 246.l 244.6. 243.1

/Zi

I-alni

\same7a above; yellowish brownstriationswith light moist II white wispy brownmedium zones and yellowish
POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some areas trace clay; medium brownish yellow with dark brown " spo; very dense; damp; subangular' poorly graded; I ium grained "sameas above; clayey in places; medium yellowish brown;
game as above" dense wet

Omoist

same as above; clayey in places; very dense; moist

A
0 A

00 -RTg-=
o0

241.6
same as above; borderline clayey sand; dense

240.1_ 238.6 45. 237.1

A,K

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brownish red with dark yellowish brown zones and wispy white striations; dense;
2'fl i" eotch~in ,ar".,nrlt, . crntr

fin,. tf metmltlt orIinnd

-- IT
-I
A

same as above; medium red POORL Y GRADED SAND wI nTHILA V (. -5-C) some areas clayey; medium reddish brown; very dense; damp;

235.6_ 234.1

same 9as boe; light reddish brown with white zones, moist; poorly graded same as above

IT-

232.6 231.1 229.6.

50
POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; some areas with clay; light brown with light brownish yellow and white mottles; very dense; damp; subangular; poorly fine to medium grained same as above; light brownish yellow same as above; some zones with clay; dense

'A
02A

12-21-1

"-\raded7

/-

228.1 226.6
7-I8-15
A

cc JJ

..

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some areas trace clay; medium reddish yellow; dense; moist; I/I eh,.near" rvmrlv eraded: fine to medium arained fine to medium grained Praded7 nmrlv ubanpularsame as above; light brownish yellow; trace heavies

0 A

2 :T-T 14-17-22
I n-7-5-4

225.1_ same as above; some zones clayey; medium yellowish brown; fine to lower coarse grained 223.6 60 _~ 222.1
same as above, dense same as above, very dense

'G
i

0A
0

T-T34--y

220.6 I -I T- 5 219.1 -217.6 216.1_ 65


same as above; some zones are clayey sand; medium brownish yellow

same as above; medium brownish yellow; fine to medium grained; trace lower coarse
I same as above; light brown

A'
2 2

'

I
.

A'

(
'

3-4

214.6_ 213.1 70. -

4-TT

0
0:
Io

h35

211.6 210.1 208.6.

A'
S = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL) with interlaminated sand and lean clay; It brownish yellow with med reddish brown zones; stiff; wet; med plasticity; sand is fine to med grained; black staining (Mn?); trace heavies; flattened uartz pebbles SANDY FAT CLAY (CH) some zones are lean clay; interlaminated cse sand; med yellowish brown with med reddish brown and white zones; stiff; wet; high plasticity; sand is fine to med grained with some cse sand; black tainine (Mn?)7 trace heavies CLAYEY SAND (SC) with lean clay pods; med yellowish brown with It brownish yellow zones; loose; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to lwr med grained; trace envies black stainino (Mn?) same as above; interbedded It brownish yellow lean clay HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-17

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
uJ CLA.S A N-VALUE (SPT)." Z

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

Northeast Expansion
z

NEX

OF

FB-17

NOTES ON:

0 RECOVERY% O
LIMITS %
< (0 20 Ss 40
AL'

z
D0 I . ca -JOATT. Wz -L

0
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS, W
CHARACTER OF

DRILLING AND
LABORATORY

+<

W
60 80 .. . .
_

0TESTING .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. . and med brownish yellow sand; med brownish yellow with I1 v It yellow and dk reddish brown laminae; emed dense; fine o med trained: clay content varies widely same as above; with It brownish yellow lean clay laminae;

46 SS
47 SS 48 SS 49 SS 50 SS 51 A A

207.1.

ir

O0
0 iA 0 A.

205.6.

moist; heavy ed reddish yellow with dk brown zones;


n=Z LEAN CLAY (CL); It brownish yellow with dk reddish II rl=in i rown and black fracture coatings (Mn?); v stiff; wet; med Ill Llasfidwlv. sand is fine arained and snarse sarse and grainedWITH CLAY (SP-SC) some POORLY GRADED fine SAND sand is It Iasirijy* brownish yellow clay at top of sample; are clayey; zones med yellowish brown with v It yellow zones; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to med grained; black llets (Mn?: trace heavies m

-TFl-

204.1.
202.6.

,0

80* V t

201.1. 199.6.

same a above.
A-?

edense

w/

SS
52 SS 53 SS 54 SS 55 SS 56 SS 57 A: AL . A; A

10
:0
I

198.1 196.6_
TT-..6-Y7 195.1_

85
I. I

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM) with v It t yellow clay wisps; It yellowish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to med grained; abundant

n9) and dk brown staining sine as above with white streaks same as above with some clave zones

i[.~same

as above

'0

193.6_ 90
192.1_

7.7] CLAYEY SAND (SC); It reddish brown; dense; wet; /. subangular, well graded; fine to Iwr cse grained; black zone /1within interval is Mn? /
wihi

same as above; some zones are sand with clay; It brown with white zones; Mn? staining

inera

M ... n7. is....... .

0 A

'0
00

SS
58

C 4-6-13

190.6A 189.1_ 187.6_ 186.1.I


95

./]
"A
A J

/1

same as above; interbedded white clayey sands; It reddish brown with white zones; med dense; poorly graded; fine to
med erained
..... "- .......

SS
59 SS 60 SS 61 SS 62 GA ',L AL

OA 0' 12.. 13-1

Ki 4

.'

i J

AL

184.6_
100

grained med POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some zones are clayey sand; It reddish brown with white zones; med dense; wet; subangular, poorly graded; fine to med \erained trace lwr cse same as above; some zones are sandy clay; It brown with v It yellowzosdense: Mn? stainin, POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; It brown; dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded; med to cse grained; trace heavies WELL GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC) bottom of interval is sand trace clay; It brown with white zones; med subrounded; well graded; trace heavies; fine to / dense; wet, \'coarse arained same as above; med brown and It. brown with dk reddish brown mottles; subangular; fine to cse grained; black

SS
63 SS 64 SS 65

A
AL AL

[I in183.1 19 i 1--1/1 m-I

\--llets (Mn?

181.6. 180.1_
178.6.
o

CLAYEY SAND (SC) clay content varies; med brown with It brown and white zones and dk brown wisps; v loose; poorly graded; fine to med grained; black I wet; subangular; 9 / \staint (Mn % same as above; few intedaminated It yellowish brown clay wisps; It reddish brown with It brown and white zones; \loose: trace heavies same as above; med reddish brown with v It green clay laminae; fine grained
t

Possible location of a
soft zone ( 100 ft. Losing dn iling fluid.

I
Overdrilled

105
SS 66 SS 67

1121in
175.4_ A 0

same as above; with silty zones; white, v It green, and It brown; v loose; v fine to Iwr med grained; weathered shell fragments?; silicified zone at top of interval; trace heavies same as above; interlayered with sand with clay; white and top of interval; med dense; brown with v It green zone at f'r.a.ment It fRn tn m,.A nr~,nAdA leru nel yp od framents med to fine grainedWELL GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC) bands of clayey sand; It brown and It yellow with white clayey sand bands; med dense; wet; subangular, well graded; fine to lwr f Irc arc, n,=tI ,.2,p hcueev nelrrvnnd Craoment fraFment 1. trace trace- SAND (SP) grained7 POORLY GRADED clay; It brown with -\cse v It brown and v It green zones; v dense; wet; subangular;

A 3W

SS
68 SS 69 SS 70 aA . I
I

173.6_ 110172.1_

/. 'A

15-26-24
O
I I

170.6_ 169.1
, , "

orly graded; fine to med Trained; abundant heavies; shell fragments- calcareous nodules
SILTY SAND (SM); It yellowish brown with white clayey zones; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained;

SS

f Circulation good but


HOLE NO

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

FINAL LOG

FB-17

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
Ii ALN-VALUE (SPT) E E C; % SZ 0 RECOVERY " a0 0-0 % +ATT.LIMITS <z

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

Northeast Expansion

NEX

OF

FB-17

Z 0 AI-L

Z UJ O-.. >2 WZ _j_

L
Z DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION u 0w
... . ...

c
20
2

NOTES ON: N RILN LEVELS, WATER CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING
. . .

40

60

80

SS 72

i
I t

"723"6i-F

167.6

165.4_ SS 73 SS 74 SS 75 163.6k 120162.1

4-.

to lose Ukalres noue:teevod fraements Ij continuing " drilling fluid. POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); It drop Rod It yellowish brown; med dense; wet; subangular; "'I brown 115.5- 17.67 ft. Inoorlv eraded fine grained trace heavies : "" same-as above; It brown; v loose; v fine grained; dk purple ISmontle Lost over 1000 gallons mottle of water from '1 SILTY (SM);zones; v It yellowish brown with orange poorly subangular, dense; wet; and It green mottles SAND 116.67-122 ft. * / orpdM' v fine arained: trace heavies
fine erainedi trace heavie erad-isame as v above, borderline sand with silt; v It greenish
A.en-e

0, I
0 0

A :o

1TT0M_3

"" " "I .

brown and v It brown; some zones have It orange mottles; v


same as above; v It brown to It brown; dense

sS
76 SS 77 SS 78 SS 79 SS ss AL

: A

160.6

"T3.36:3-2
I (

159.1 157.6] 125-

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace silt; v It brown with white zones; v dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; v fine erained: trace heavies
same as above

Lost 1000 gallons of fliud betewwn 124 and 134.5 feet.

8--54 156.1 1.5

SILTY SAND (SM); It greenish brown; med dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; v fine grained; trace heavies same as above; with white clay wisps; loose; fine grained

1 in k -AL

154.6_ 153.1
in
1 +,,)/+x
P

in-w3-1 1-5/3

11A

CLAYEY SAND (SC) some zones are silty; It greenish brown with v It gray zones; loose; wet; subangular; poorly 7/ raded: v fine erained
same as above
J I

151.6_ 82 ss 83 ss 84 SS 85 ss 86 SS 87 SS 88 SS 89 SS 90 A:' A:' 148.6. 135 150.1

same as above; It yellowish brown with It orange mottles; med dense; silicified turritella shells; trace heavies same as above; It brown with It orange mottles
L1

same as above

Continuing to lose fluid.

147.1
I

145.6.. 144.1I
2

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM) some zones are same as above; It greenish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; silicified turritella \,shells: trace heavies
CLAYEY SAND (SC) with wispy It greenish gray clay; It

1 1OA2

A2
2 -

142.6, 2/3 in-8-1I 7=-IT 141.1139.6

140

AL

1__ 38.1_

145-

/ same as above; dense; v fine grained; silicified nodules and pelecypod %hells- trace heavi same as above; sandy clay in places; white and dk / brownish red; dense; fine to med grained; clay content varies some material calcareous mudI shell fragmentsd .same as above; with interlaminated It green clays; med green and dk reddish orange with white pellets and It green f dense I SI~v tmmnm* rn~d elk preen alt tin of interval meed ..same Ps n\.fidn above;,- intennixed with lean clay;. d4k greenish gray; / Hole caved in over ..... R. m"'r.PnC|V -r'e`en"c:-laW ic'a-7-' mweekend 4/18,19. Had -bridlan-t ai ned,* n-e depth Total of boring 145 feet. to be cleaned out before grouting. Hole abandoned with grout mix per 3Q5.

poorly graded; fine to med grained; silicified Vsubangular, ips and shells some zones silty; It greenish brown; med

grayish brown with Itorange mottles; dense; wet;

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE:

I !

_______

SITEN

.1 _________ 1 ______

I.

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB

PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-17

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE

LPROJECT
Northeast Expansion
COORDINATES

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

NEX

OF

FB-18

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

APSF-NE
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

N 79331 E 55131
DRILL MAKE AND MODEL HOLE SIZE

190
SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL TOTAL DEPTH

4/20/98
GROUND EL.

4/27/98

B Cunningham/Graves
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 Ib/30 in N. Kidd/SAIC

I 159.3

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

290.1 w
Z -O S+A-. i/ 20
i

AN-VALUE (SPT)
RECOVERY % LIMITS % 0 Z Z

z u EUJ EC

NOTES ON; z Z -Iu . a. DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING ..... .........

--

UJI 40
I

60

80
I

290.1

_.....

Hlandu auge~r to 7 feet to for underground check interferences.

i
I

I
I

I I
I

t I
I

5-

SS

4.

SS
2 3

281.6 A, 0
280.1
Ill--

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; light reddish brown; medium dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; Ime to meum jairic :1race eaves same as above; light yellowish red with light brown zones; dense CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium red; dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained same as above; wet

SS
I T-14-17

278.6 277.1

Ss Ss
6 7 8 A A A
i

A,0
r

'0'
r
i

0
i

275.6
15 ..
J

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium reddish brown; dense; moist; subangular; poorly eraded: fine to medium grained
R"LAYEY SAND (SC); medium red; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained same as above; trace mica

274.A 272.6

7
Z

_SS
I I -I I

[
271.1_

SILTY SAND (SM); medium red with light brown wisps; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine Rrained7 trace mica trace heavies

9 10

A, '0'0,
I S

269.6
'
'

20

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium reddish brown; medium A subangular; A7/, dense; grains graded; fine to medium eoarse poorly rainedmoist; with lower
7/Iarained

lower coarse grains grained SANDYwith LEAN CLAY (CL); medium reddish brown; very stiff; moist; medium plasticity; sand is fine to coarse

'
,
0

' A~I0 0

268.1 266.6
265.L
25
F l

SS 12 SS 12 SS 13 SS 14 SS
A

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium red; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained same as above; trace coarse grains
* POORLY GRADED SANUDWITHCCLAY (SP-SC); medium yellowish brown with dark red mottles; medium dense; moist; subangular, poorly graded; fine to lower \medium rained trace mica CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown; loose; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to lower medium \grained: trace mica same as above; medium brown; medium dense; moist; fine to medium erained SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); medium reddish brown; very stiff- moist; low plasticity; sand is fine to lower coarse erainM CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium reddish brown; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium
eraineAirac mica

A0 0
0

r.r..4 P

263.6

A A,

010 '

'

262.1
260.6 30259.1
P f

17

SS 18
I I I I

-1TI-16-5
256.I
SITE

257.6

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some zones are clayey; light brownish yellow with light red bands and white wisps; dense; moist; subangular, poorly / "\gaded7 fine to medium grained
HOLE NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAl, IOG
FINAL LOG

FB-18

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A A N-VALUE (SPT)

IPROJECT

Northeast Expansion

JOB NO.

NEX

SHEET NO. 2 OF 5

HOLE NO.

FB-18

Z Z 0 D -, o 10)

NOTES ON:

iz MZ
() ___

0 RECOVERY % W dY + ATT. LIMITS % A

2
W W >Z

z
x (L DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

W 80
___ ___

tW

WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF N RLLN AND DRILLING

LABORATORY
TESTING
____________________ ________

20
A

40

60
i

ss 20 sS 21 ss 22 SS 23 ss 24 SS 25 Ss 26 ss 27 SS 2g ss 29 SS 30 SS 31 SS 32 SS 33 ss 34 ss 35 SS 36 SS 37 ss 38 SS 39 SS 40 SS 41 ss 42 SS 43 SS 44 ss 45
I

254.6 -1T713U
253.1 251.6 250.1 40
. . I/ I - .i f JI cj

'A' A

6
A AG A' '

medium red bands; medium dense; moist; subangular; rined Aprygraded- fine tomdu h ylow with light red bands as above; lig'h t s \and white wisps&trace heavies as above; some zones are sand with clay; light same hrniuttiniah ye=llow wuth tight oranac handni"ttra. mica POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some zones are clayey; light yellowish brown with light red zones .and white wisps; dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; ,fine to medium erained: some zones are wet as above; light red and light brownish yellow with same /whie wisne: very dense POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; some zones with clay; medium red with light brownish yellow zones and white wisps; edense; w subangular; poorly -\graded- fine to meium gred taecareaan same as above; dense
POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light brownish yellow and light red with white spots; very dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; F NIr\tce mica same as above; dense y ght orange ban s- tracein a

CLAYEY SAND (5C); light yellowish brown with

0
SA

248.6. 247.1 245.6_

O AO'
:A

45244.1_
If

242.6_ 241.1_

ZA
.-,

CLAYEY SAND (SC) borderline sand with clay; light red and light brownish yellow; dense; moist; subangular; /oorlv ,raded fine to medium ,rained" trace mica
POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; upper part of the interval is sand with clay (as above); medium brown with light red and light brownish yellow zones and white \ wisps; dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded; fine to u-edimum arained: trace mica7 trace heavies

239.61 50.

'A

2-26-30.' T7

238. 1 236.6

7/z

"\ubangular poorly graded: fine to medium gained"

CLAYEY SAND (SC); light brownish yellow; dense; wet; POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; medium brown; very dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded; edium to lower coarse grained POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium brown with light red zones; medium dense; wet; graded; medium to lower coarse "subrounded; heavies grained traepoorly red; medium dense; wet; CLAYEY SAND (SC); mediumto subangular; poorly graded; fine medium grained; black

00
GA0

235. 1i

55

"10-9-12
GA 4-.- 2T5

233.6_
232.1

brown yellowish above; same as white medium wisos: trace heavies \,ones and

with dark brown /

230.6 60 229.1
I

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium brown; dense; moist; subangular- poorly graded;
same as above
.

O A' :

227.6

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; some zones "with clay; light brown; dense; wet; subrounded; poorly radled" fine io lower coarse erained mined

to lower coarse "1eraded7 same as fine above; medium yellowish brown with medium fine to medium grained;

226.1 10
'A

brown bands; moist; subangular; saeas.above wet .


same as above

." trce coars

-rain, tracp heavies

. 65-

A 0~

224.6 223.1_ 221.6

t4:
-.

SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); GRADED POORLY POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); poorly subangular; wet; yellow; dense; brownish medium
fine on edium grained- trace coarse trace heavies eraded: rI

;A;0

..

(Mn?) same as above; light brownish yellow; moist; black mottles


same as above; some zones trace clay; wet

16.-19"-23
GA

220.1 218.6_ 217.1 215.6


:1(4.

16-16-6:21

0.
i

12.7-10-1

G' SITE

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) some zones witlh clay; medium brown with white wisps;, dense-. wet; subangular; roy graded fine to medium grained, trace coarse; trace WELL GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC) clay content varies widely from trace clay to clayey in places; No.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;


PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-18

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
L A N-VALUE (SPT)

PROJECT

Northeast Expansion

JOB NEX NO.

SHEET NO. 5 3 OF

HOLE NO. FB-18

Z
< co

RECOVERY%

d-

:z 0 0

1-uz

1Z

WIER W
-

a
ii 0

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS,

CHARACTER OF
DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

-z0 + ATT. LIMITS%


80
1-'y-1 I

20

40

60

Iss
SS 47

A'

214.1 212.6

Immedium brown with white and] very upalt yellow zonles; medium dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fine to coarse!

48 SS 49

4
'A A V6 ,n-l0-h

211.1.

"209.6
208.l 206.6 205.1

80

Ss 50 so
SS 51
SS 52 SS 53 SS 54 SS 55

0
A

1wr-

0A: 1-20-J2"27
0A A, 'A
0
i

85

aned black mottles (Mn.): trace heavies same as above; trace clay in places; med brown; ubrounded POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); clayey sand at base of interval; med brownish yellow with It tan clay balls; med dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine / rained: trace cse med go LEAN CLAY (CL) trace sand; It brownish yellow with dk fine is sand plasticity; med wet; v stifforange wisps; grained; black zones (lignite?); zones of med orange fine. I sand LEAN CLAY WITH SAND (CL) sandy lean clay in places; lmed brown with white clay laminae; v stiff; wet; med I lasticitv: sand is fine to cse grained CLAYEY SAND (SC); med yellowish brown with It ellow and white streaks; med dense; wet; subangular; well I raded- fine to cse grained POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some clayey zones; It brownish yellow; med dense; wet;

203.6.
202.1.

subangular, poorly graded; fine to med grained; trace same as above; med yellowish brown with white clayey

nd wisns

1110r-10

-S
56

200.6 907

sS
57 58

'6-10:-17
A

199.1
197.6

same as above; some clayey zones; It brown with It [brownish yellow bands dense I POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; It brown with It brownish yellow wisps; dense; wet; subangular; poorly fr traded- fine to med grained- trace heavies POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some clayey zones; It brown; med dense; wet; subangular; poorly J ' fine to med erained: trace heavie CLAYEY SAND (SC) interlayered sand with clay; It ed dense; wet; subangular; poorly ytlbow w; brone; _eadednfine to med grained; yellow and It brown with white It brownish as abovew mone t t d It ybllow wisoos trace heavies brown and It clays hed interlaminated same as above; dith It tan clay wisps with yelow nish GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some POORLY layey zones; It brownish yellow; med dense; wet; grained/ brown graded to med ; It yellowish fine E rourly Pubangula and (SC)- It brown CLAYEY SAND caps; subrnged; brown with reddish (Mn.) black wisps raied fine zovew omed rae rlv ftaed POORLY GRADEDSN WT CLAY (SP-SC); with a med sdayey zone; It brown with a It reddish brown zone; zn ra heavies graded; fine to red grained; poorly ; ngularv ts aub se / zones, It clay sand with (SC); some _sCLAYEY SAND brown with It brownish yellow zones, med dense-, wet;r sbangnlar; poorly graded; fine to reed grained; trace v It yellow t same as above; reed yellowish brown with black Wellets (Mn?) \POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some

ss ss
59

I -3-15
A 1 A
i0 1

196.1.
0

194.6 5-T-4iT-

95

sS
60 61 62 63

;o
'A

sS

:0
6--11 91.6.

Ss -S -S
64

' 6-7-13

90.1.

100

,0
10 A A A

188.6. S10-1-17W

earies

ss

18-30-34-

187.1
I 856 '105 184.1.

Sones:

65

lac oe

loih bro~wn, dense; we

-S
66 SS 67
i

,0
O0
A~

SS
68

9A

12

182.6. 181.1. 110-

-POORLY GRADED.SAND (SP) trace clay, It brown; v Idense; wet; rounded; poorly graded, fine to reed grained; - rlace heaviest sabove with few It orange clay pods, subrounded; =sm abnnt black staining (MO) same as above with some reed brown zones; some zones

55
69

same as above; with It orange clay pods; v dense; subangular; trace heavies same as above
POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); clayey sand at base ofsample; It brown and It brownish yellow; dense; wet; subangular, poorly graded; fine to Iwr cse \rained trace heavies black wisps (Mn?' same as above; interbedded clayey sand zones; It brown; HOLE NO.

ss

I01

75 -5I

179.6.

70 71

178.1.

SS

T. -W 08- r--l 1-1


IA

176.6.

Ss
72

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE:

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

,* ,

SITE

,1

FINAL LOG

F FB-18

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
I

PROJECT

Northeast Expansion L
DE CR T

JOB NO.

NEX

SHEET NO.5

4 OF

HOLE NO. FB-18

A N-VALUE (SPT)

Z
0 % 0 I
W

NOTES ON:

R
0.
Ct
0

E
W
C-

WATER LEVELS,
CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND

"

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

c( + ATT. LIMITS %

-'-

w
0

LABORuAz LABORATORY
TESTING

tW 2040 60 ..
[ 10-12-13

SS 73 SS 74

173.6_

SS
75

A, A

7.14-20-

172.1_
7 70.6_
120

76 SS
77

CLAYEY SAND brown (SC) with sandyclay bands; It brown wet; bands; med dense; v It greenish with subangular; well graded; fine to cse grained; larger grains / oz, Sre / subrounded to rounded ,PZZ SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL) with clayey sand zones; med, wet; med hard; zones; v It brown with brown Areddish oz. / plasticity fine to med ,rained: trace mica7 trace heavies C-LAYEY SAND (SC); It reddish brown with v It brown e .zones: dense: wet7 subaneular noorly graded- fine grained / 7. .
/ .

169.1..
Z'

sametnas above; yellowish brown with black Mn spots; .taininO willh Mn ,nr~ineP Iaar meA med f~n,. fl'-- - I- -ed grained with Mn stai m _ same as above, with zones; some silty sandlaygn s; med reddish trace clay rip-ups It brown brown with

167.6.
A

~I T.
SILTY SAND (SM); med yellowish brown; dense; wet; cse grained fine to lwr graded; poorly subangular;
POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); med yellowish brown; v dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; 125

78
Ss 79 Ss 80 SS 81 SS 82 SS 83 SS 84 SS 85

T-'g 5(D

164.8

7734_ 63.3_ 0 - T 7 =-7


13-32-50

.. Iw mo .... grained....

161.8_
160.3 I58.8_
130

0
I A A O1

/A/I CLAYEY SAND (SC); med yellowish brown and It dense: mottles; orange gray with brownish greenish /2] erained med to Iwr v fine noorlv eraded: mnist" siiban~ular ,,/] 'to . med grained P pQQrly subangular POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); med yellowish brown with some It yellowish gray zones; v wet- subangular; poorly graded; fine to lwr med dense; \rained CLAYEY SAND (SC); med yellowish brown with some It greenish gray zones; v dense; wet; subangular; poorly / It grained fine sraded: v fine th sme as above; with some It gray zones POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); It greenish brown and It grayish brown; dense; wet, subangular; poorly graded; v fine to fine grained

] I'-'2

57.3_
I55.8

'0 A

0,
_9- TIT2

135

"

SS
86

154.1_
A; 0 QAD

11 1.
4140-

SILTY SAND (SM); med yellowish Drown and whnisn brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; v fine to fine grained same as above; med brown to orangish brown; v dense; v to lwr med grained

"fine

SS
87

"152.6_
151.1_ 149.6 148.1_
# :

SS 88
SS 89 SS 90 SS 91 Ss 92 SS 93 SS 94 SS 95

to fine grained zones; v fineRDDSN POL H

same as above; med yellowish brown with some It gray

S)taesl;I rycae

Ao,.

.'":POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace silt; v Itdense; gray clayey wet; brown; yellowish 140 fi; med layer at subanaular: isoorlv eraded: fine to Iwr med erined 3ba ular* i to lwr med graind v dense brown*, (V tdellowish S CLAYE v Y ' e v fine to fine grained graded; poorly wet; subangular,

I'
I

"sand

J(

A, A: A
A'

0 0
0

' )16-18-22

146.6_ "145.1_ 143.6_


sAP .1 I

SI- "

1A<

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM) some zones have clay; It reddish brown with white bands; dense. poorly graded; fine grained; trace mica; [ wet; subangular; heavies \trace same as above; It reddish brown with It brownish yellow zones: meal dense zones7 med dense

..........

It brown zones; v dense


i I

same as above; some zones are silty; It reddish brown with

i-TFI

AO
(

142.1 140.6_
150-

~i-3.wy
A0
( (

12--38-1

CLAYEY SAND (SC) some zones have less clay; It reddish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine mica- trace heavies erained- trace .' ]POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) poorly trace silt; It yellowish fine graded; wet; subangular; brown; v dense; I rained: trace mica- trace heavies

""

SS
96 SS 97

t..7i _.

39-1

CLAYEY SAND med brownish red with v Itgreen fie to graded; poorly wet; subangular; dense;(SC); wisps; med Iwr med Mrained trace mica: trace heavies 77] same as above; med brownish yellow with med reddish Sbrown zones and v It green clay wisps
_z /

t ./,gT3_..37.6_
10-16-19

same as above; clayey at base of sample; med reddish brown with v Itgreen wisps; occasional rounded cse grains LEAN CLAY WITH SAND (CL) with interbedded clayey
=HOLE-O.

136.1

SS
I

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;

SITE

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG_

FB-18

I.

A N-VALUE (SPT) S g Z O RECOVERY % + ATT. LIMITS % DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

20

40

60

80
SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); med reddish brown with dk oranpe zones and v It green wisps: hard; wet; med

sS 99
ss 100 55 -44410 A
AI

\plstiitvsan Isfine to 'Se

rie

CLAYEY SAND (SC) sandy lean clay at top of sample: med reddish brown with It yellow and dk orange zones and green clay wisps; v dense: wet; subangular; poorly SIt fine to med grained ,\sraded: o I . I . Hole abandoned with WELL GRADED SAND (SW) trace clay to clayey; It grout mix per 3Q5. yellow and orange with med to dk orange zones; v dense; I wt:subrounded; well graded; fine to cse grained; probable Total depth of boring 159.33.

SS = SPLIT SPOON: ST

SHELBY TUBE: PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

FINAL LOG

HOLE NO
_FB-18

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

Northeast Expansion
COORDINATES

NEX

1 OF 4
90

FB-19

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

APSF-NE
BEGUN .COMPLETED DRILLER

N 79781 E 54979
DRILL MAKE AND MODEL HOLE SIZE

SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL

TOTAL DEPTH

4/27/98
GROUND EL.

4/29/98

M Rizer/Graves
LOGGED BY:
-

Failin 1500

3 71/8 i

140 lb/30 in N. Kidd/SAIC

144.5

273.6

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

A N-VALUE (SPT) OLECOVEQYi-

z REOVRY 0 O
<

tuw `.
to

Z DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION


<coJ0

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF


iT

SJ

A0T. LIMITS %z10-

DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

20

40

60

80

273.6

Hand for to 7 feet to check auger interferences.

5-

:A

0' 0'
265. 1. 263.6
lll-

I-L

.A

CLAYEY SAND (SC); light reddish yellow; medium dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium f inei as above; light yellow. light red, and light orange

TSS_
3 4 5

0 AO
A

same as above; medium yellowish red with light yellow and white mottles; dense
same as above; medium yellowish red with light reddish purple bands; very dense same as above; medium yellow with light to medium red zones and light gray mottles

262.1 260.6 259.1 17-T4-25

SS_ Ss -9sS
6
A,

15
257.6 256.1, 254.6

Ssame as above; light brownish yellow with white wisps;


dense
same as above; with light red same as above; medium dense; moist same as above; with zones of sand with clay; light brownish yellow; dense

Ss
7

A' A
:A 0

0' 0;
11-14-719

55
8 -5 9

253.1 A

20

sS

mm-Tf 248.1

LO0

25-

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some areas are clayey; light brownish yellow wigh light brown bands and white wisps; medium dense; moist; subangular, poorly graded; fine to medium grained

'0

:1AS
,A

243.1

30-

30
.

same as above; light brownish yellow with white wisps and light reddish bands; trace mica; some zones are wet

SS
l

.7fisame as above; with two bands of clayey sand; various


FINAL LOG FINAL LOG

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;


D0 = STATIONMARY PISTON
I

SITE

"HOLE

NO.

B = PIT(UF

FB-19

GEOTECHNiCAL LOG
CLdIW Z <

PROJECT

Northeast Expansion
Z

JOBNEX NO.

SHEET NO. 4 2 OF

HOLE NO. FB-19

SZ

A N-VALUE (SPT)

Z 0 =) m u u6

NOTES ON: NT ON
-

RECOVERY%
+ ATT. LIMITS % + A

Z
x L " U 0
__

0-Z_

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS. CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING


___ _____

20

40

60

80

__

___

____________________

- l 238.1-

Sshades

o0 yellowisn Drown; wet

-S

13

I I
A

6-Il1 - Il

J233.1

40

SCLAYEY SAND (SC); light brownish yellow; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to coarse
grained; black wisps (Mn?); trace mica

-4

14

-J228.1

45

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; some zones with clay; light brown; dense; moist; subangular; poorly fine to medium grained with some lower coarse; trace heavies

"graded;

11II
AO
A

7-1 4-1T

223.1

50

same as above; clay content varies from trace to clayey; light brown with light yellow pods; medium grained

ss 16

I I
A

11.1-14-I 218.1 55

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); light brown with very light brown zones; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained trace coarse; some zones are wet

55
17

16-17-2T 213.1..

-1 brown; dense; moist; subrounded; well graded; fine to 60 *2N coarse grained; trace heavies; some zones are wet

'-M WELL GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC); light

A I
sS 19

)7-9-13

268.1.'

65

SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); light yellow with medium reddish brown zones; very stiff, moist; medium plasticity; sand is fine to medium grained with some coarse grains; trace heavies

:0
203.1. 70-

CLAYEY SAND (SC); light yellowish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular, poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace heavies; top 0.4' of this spoon was the same as the last sample (tan clay); contact is sharp

iTFS-fg
SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER
-SITE

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; light brown;


HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-19

,a

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT)
5W 1--

1PROJECT

Northeast Expansion
V

JOB NO.

NEX

!SHEET NO.

OF

HOLE NO.

FB-19

z
Z

AUIT

0 I

SRECOVERY% , III -a. V) tU) uJTESTING

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION LLABORATORY

NOTES ON: NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND

20 20 0

40

60

80

198.1-

dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace heavies

SS 21

193.1

M 11 POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some zones are clayey; light yellowish brown with white wisps; 80 medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; black zones (Mn?)

SS 22 sS 23 SS 24

A A A:

4 b Ti'-1/2"ir -2
1881. 4 in-3 186.6. 85

Ssame as above;
.1

white zones are clayey sand; light brownish

yellow 1 with light yellow and white zones; very loose; trace

j
185.1. 90

eavies w] CLAYEY SAND (SC); light yellow with very light brown 1Z very loose; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to zones; m-i-im -rained trace heavieq same as above; interbedded sand with clay and sandy lean clay; light yellow; medium dense; fine to coarse grained; black wisps (Mn?)

SS 25

0'
A:i

l82-5O 180.1 95

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; light brown with a light reddish brown wisp; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace heavies

SS 26

CLAYEY SAND (SC); light reddish brown with very light

175.1 100

graded; fine to medium grained; trace heavies

brown zones; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly S

SS 27

10

same as above; light reddish brown with very light greenish yellow clay wisps; dense; black pellets (Mn?)

170.1

to
SS 28

10.5-

165.1.

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; yellow zones contain more clay; light brown with light yellow wisps; dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded; fine to lower medium grained; trace heavies

'0

I110I -T-T7 IfiO I


I I

Ss 29

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) intermixed with clayey sand; medium yellowish red with light brown zones and light yellow clay wisps; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; trace heavies
I
______

ii

_________

L..i

.4.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB


=

SITE

PITCHER

FINAL LOG

PHOLEFB-19
___________

HOLE NO.

SPROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W A N-VALUE (SPT) , z 0 , z--

Northeast Expansion

NEX

4 OF 4

FB-19

NOTES ON:
XC W DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION WATER LEVELS. CHARACTER OF

O RECOVERY %

+ A'. LIMITS %
cuJ

O az

--

DRILLING AND LABORATORY


TESTING

20

40

60

80

SS 30

#-5050/4n

.
155.3_ 120

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; yellowish red bands are sand with clay; light brown with medium yellowish red wispy bands; very dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded; fine grained; trace heavies; trace mica

A 31 -SS 32 A

2i-1

5-6150.1.I
148.6_ 125

SILTY SAND (SM) some zones are sand with silt; med yellowish red; loose; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; black speckles (Mn?); trace heavies; silicified \turritella shell CLAYEY SAND (SC) some zones appear to be silty; med yellowish red with v Itgreen clay wisps; med dense; wet; subangular, poorly grade d; fine grained; trace heavies

I-33

same as above 143.1_ 130

34I

I I
I
AO

138.1

135-

I
, .i., I

SILTY SAND (SM); light greenish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; black zones (Mn?); trace heavies; trace mica

sS
35

133.1.

140-

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium reddish brown with very light green wisps; very dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fine to coarse grained

"T63"6 129.1_

-II

36

WELL GRADED SAND (SW) trace clay; light brown; \very dense; wet; subrounded; well graded; fine to medium / # ed- h- vi" trace miCa I o;n -Total depth of boring 144.5 feet

Hole abandoned with grout mix per 3Q5.

_________I

___

I___j~~,~J

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-19

SLPROJECT E
SITE COORDINATES

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

Northeast Expansion N 78642 E 55518

NEX

OF

3 90

FB-20

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL HOLE SIZE SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL TOTAL DEPTH

APSF-NE
BEGUN COMPLETED [DRILLER

DRILL MAKE AND MODEL

4/29/98
GROUND EL.

5/13/98I T-

J Corbitt1Graves
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 718 in

140 lb/30 in C. Rothammer/WSRC

112.7

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

301.4

tu A N-VALUE (SPT) CLECOd 0 RECOVERY % iz


'0 .,c-C AlT. LIMITS 2Z + ATMz co

0:1-_

z 9 1-,
III

-" I z
lJ

,"
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION 0

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS,


CHARACTER OF

0 :)
in

-0oLBRTR

W
60 80 301.4

DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

20

40

171um auger to 6 feet tu for underground check interferences and then switch to mud rotary.

5
A

0
I
A,

9-T 74293.9.

SS
2 SS

'A

( (

292.4. 290.9. 10-

SILTY SAND (SM); with clay; medium reddish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium erained. lithic fragments CLAYEY SAND (SC); dark yellowish brown and red with tan; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine

3 SS 4 SS
5 SS

CLAYEY SAND WITH GRAVEL (SC); very dense; same as above


poorly graded; fine to subangular; moist;lithic dense; very fraements med~p~ium r,rained in Prained in CLAYEY SAND WITH GRAVEL (SC); medium purple, orange, and yellow; dense; moist; subangular; well graded; /7Ifnin t mcdlnm crained1
X/

"CLAYEYSAND (SC); dark brownish yellow with tan;

A
A

0 0

289.4. 287.9.

6 SS 7 SS 8 SS
9

SANDY FAT CLAY (CH); medium purple with white; very stiff; moist; high plasticity
CLAYEY SAND WITH GRAVEL (SC); medium white, yellow, orange, and purple; medium dense; wet; suban, ular: well eraded ne to coarse gra ned SILTY SAND (SM) with clay; medium reddish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium same as above; reddish brown with yellow same as above; medium dense same as above; dense

l-iny

....... m-fl

ine....

'A
:A

-21..312

286.4_ 284.9_

14

1,1;

A
A '

283.4 281.9_

10 SS SS 'A
0

'0

11

I1T-15-1 7 "I 8. l-2T

20 280.4 278.9_ 277.4 275.9.

A ': o'
A

12 SS 13 SS 14 S 15 SS 16 SS 17 SS 18 SS 19
S I

brownish red; dense; raded: fine to medium erained :11medium


.. ... . .. to . .. . . -P. .. ..

POOL~Y GRADED SLAIND W1l

wet; subangular; poorly


. . . . .

311 ,Il

kr-,arvl);.

25-

brownish red with white; .poorly graded; subangular . fine . . to medium . . . ... . .... I A denser i~ wet; ......

SCLAYEY SAND (SC); medium


o,.h,.,,n,,ko.l nn

0: T7.4-2-T o TU-T -I, 0 4 ~ 0, '0 TT0-7-2T


'0
I

}POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); medium brownish red,yellow, and orange; dense; wet;
line to velu lile a-aineu

274.4. 272.9. 271.4. 269.9. 268.4. 266.9.


-

I
A

L ,rraned crlvd'I fine t medium -ined SILTY SAND (SM); medium brownish red, white, and yellow; banded; dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded;

same as above; light reddish brown and red

i A AO 'A
I

".tfl-4

same as above, light brown with yellow and orange; subrounded; well graded; fine to medium grained same as above; with clay; medium red, white, yellow. purple, and orange; some mottling; medium dense; subangular: porly graded same as above; dense

NO1

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

FINAL LOG

FB'20

I.
SLPROJECT E
tu A N-VALUE (SPT) R V
m. z. (l 20 sS 40 60 80 To-16-IT ( O"ECOVERY % L + Ar +ATT.LIMITS% 0

Northeast Expansion

NO. 1 IJOB NEX

SHEET NO. 3 2 OF

HOLE NO. FB-20

z
2
,D --

NOTES ON: z
u a. DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF


DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

20..
SS 21 SS 22 SS 23 SS 24 SS 25 SS 26 SS 27 SS 28 SS 29 Ss 30 SS 31 SS 32 SS 33 SS 34 SS 35 SS 36 SS 37 SS 38 SS 39 ) OI A

265.4.

same as above; dark brownisn red with white and yellow

A:
Ai

o0

S263.9.
0

-W9"A

262.4.
260.9_

A;
A

'0

Wr~1
0

91

40

J
"

same as above; dark red, white, and yellow same as above same as above; with clay; dark red with yellow same as above; medium brownish yellow with red and CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brownish yellow with moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to dense; white; grained medium

259.4_

iiwhite

:0
0
0

257.9_

,4 "A.

AA
a

256.4
20Y22.2 254.9. 253.4.
251.9_ 50-

poorly moist; subangular; dense; and yellow; SILTY SAND with clay; medium dark red, white, erained to (SM) medium raded: fine mottled; I.I e
grade I.n . ... me ... .. IQ iu gra.. n-. edZ . . .

"A
/

graded; poorlyand subangular; moitled; yellow; CLAYEY SANDdense; (SC); moist; medium dark red, white,
nIelll to m IumIII grandll

same as above; dark red; wet; trace coarse sand

"J"' "" 1 7

SILTY SAND (SM); dark red, white, yellow, and purple; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium gIrained, trace coarse sand
POORLY GRADED GRAVEL WITH SILT (GP-GM); medium red, yellow, and tan; dense; wet; subangular; graded- fine to coarse grained POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); medium reddish brown with yellow; dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded; fine to medium grained, trace \P{ravel CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brownish white and yellow; mottled; medium dense; moist; subangular; well 0.faded fine to coarse grained SILTY SAND (SM) with clay; medium brownish red; medium dense; moist; subangular; well graded; fine to " y arained same as above; medium brownish yellow
-noorlv

250.4

10-1-70-62418.9
A

-8i-0-10-

247.4 245.91 244.4 55A I

"saedium
:-J

~~'0
A

"WELLGRADED
grained.....

SAND WITH SILT (SW-SM); medium orange; dense; wet; subrounded; well graded; fine to coarse CLAYEY SAND (SC);wet; medium brownish orange with fine to graded; well subangular; white; medium dense; ,rained 'r.. ...

242.9_ / 241.4.
Iltl a

0
( :A
19-2T018

'
I

239.9_ 238.4_

"

"
65-

SILTY SAND (SM) with clay; medium brownish yellow; medium dense; wet; subangular; well graded, fine to coarse rained POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); medium brownish orange; dense; wet; angular; poorly gradedl finer IQcoarse mrined no recovery

Catcher broken

SS
40 SS 41 SS 42 SS 43 SS 44 SS 45 SS 46

OA
0

236.9_
235.4.

S
J

SILTY -subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

SAND (SM), medium orange; dense; moist;

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brownish orange; dense; moist; subangular poorly graded; fine to medium grained
! ....

233.9.
F I.

T7-79-

1 6
Oi
A F

232-.4
230.9_ 707

" .

SILTY SAND (SM) with clay; medium brownish orange .1 with pink and white; very dense; wet; subangular; well I ,raded fine to coarse grained lenses of moist clavev sand brownish orange with medium gray; very dense; "medium nrlv 'radled' medium to coarse grained nn 'f Iw" GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); POORLY wet subangular.

A
F F

".' L ".: 1 '.l

SILTY SAND (SM); medium brownish orange; dense; wet; subangular, poorly graded; fine to medium grained

A
F

T2-12

229.4 227.9.
'i'5
A

1Jno recovery d eCLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brownish orange; metoa m


dense; moist, subangular; well graded; fine to coarse
... HOLE NO. 1

-" ' ' SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

"......264 SITE

FINAL LOG_

FB-20

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
0.6 tu (j U{ A N-VALUE (SPT)

PROJECT

Northeast Expansion

JOB NO.

NEX

SHEET NO. 3 1HOLE NO. 1 FB-20 3 OF

Q I Z -NOWTER

NOTES ON: LEVLS


a. DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

Z
E

0 RECOVERY %
A L-

Z -0 O 0

" W:,, -T -t)

Z
I,,
0JI
-..

WATER LEVELS,
TESTING

CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY

__

40
I

60.

80

,L ...
" O-IU-IU

,
\arained. trace eravei with silt; medium brownish yellow with same as above; [Ihlzi&k" wet" silhic frasment: Mn nresent: lenses of fal clay 'of fat clay black7 wet7 lithic fragment7 Mn

SS
47
:

SS
48 SS 49 SS 50 SS 51 SS 52 SS 53 SS 54
SS

224.9. .A A 0 223.4. 221.9. 80 A )10-17-21 218.9. 217.4. 215.9. 85220.4.

SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); medium brownish yellow with white, black, and brown; mottled; hard; moist;
m~edi~n nlai-ticitv" Mn nres~eni

olasticity- Mn present medium same as above; with orange and tan zones; very stiff; lenses

of fat clay

FAT CLAY (CH); light yellowish brown with black streaks; very stiff; moist; high plasticity CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown with black, white, and brown; mottled; dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained, Mn -present- clay lenses same as above; with silt; wet
. SILTY SAND (SM) with clay; medium yellowish brown; to medium dense; raine wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine

AC'

214.4 212.9.

55 SS 56 SS 57
SS

AA

211.4. 209.9. -I'6T-IS O A TI-I-Ti-7 208.4_ 206.9

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SPl-NU); medium brownish orange; medium dense; wet; subangular; noorlv graded: fine to medium erained_ trace gravel WELL GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC); medium brownish orange; very dense; wet; subangular, well graded; .LJfine In coarse erained
A

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained POORLY GRADED SAND WITh CLAY (Sl'-St.4;

90

.... fine

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); light brown with tan; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly eorded" fine to medium erained eraded7 fine to medium era'ned

co ...

rs

grained.

..

..

58 SS 59
SS

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace silt; light brown; dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium
rarined trfr sand

SLY SAND (SM); brownish dense; moist; grained fine orange; to medium graded; poorly subangular; 95 same as above (top 0.6 It.); remaining portion is yellowisn brown fat clay with sand (CH), hard, moist, high plasticity
same as above; medium brownish orange with black; wet; Mn present

60 SS 61 SS
62

CA to

205.4. A A A,
A' A

203.9. 202.4. 200.8.


4T-9T-19T

.t..J.

ss 63
ss

100-

Z/

0 C 0'

64
SS

151-f2

199.3. 197.8.

CLAYEY SAND WITH GRAVEL (SC); medium brown; dense; moist; subangular; well graded; fine to very coarse erained CLAYEY SAND (SC) with 0.4 ft thick grayish brown lean clay layer at 100.0 ft; medium yellowish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium "sgrained ar same as above; medium yellowish brown to grayish brown; dense: some Mn stainine
'In stainine POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; medium grayish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine
in ,me~lim prainedl

(5/6/98).

Loas circulation

65 SS 66 SS 67 ss 68
ss
& '0

enined medium 1 to same as above; trace silt; medium dense; with black Mn

staining

*0~
A
A

196.3_
194.8.

105
III]

--

Lost circulation on 5/12/98 while attempting to redrill to 180 eet or geophysical logging.

II nmrlv ORYGAE oraded" fine


poorly..................di...

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); subangular; wet; dense; medium brown; grayish medium LY(PS) trace Mn staining orainied: in mediu~m ADWT
gr. inetrace....... sta''ng

93.3. 191.8. 110-

GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); T POORLY medium grayish brown, medium dense; wet; subangular; -tnnrlv or-dAd fine in mediim orined

69 ss 70

-LEAN CLAY WITH SAND (CL); light grayish white, light brown, and black; soft; wet; medium plasticity; sand
r ftrtaetinn ivern fine in ftnrained

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium grayish brown; very loose; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

Lost circulation and could not regain. Pumted two mud tubs into hole with 500 gallons water will take one more spoon

188.7.

(5n198).
-'-.1

Total depth of boring 112.7 bet.

---------

Hole abandoned with grout mix per 3Q5. NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

1-1

___----._--------__

__

SITE

--

IHOLE

FINAL LOG

FB-20

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE

PROJECT

Northeast Expansion
COORDINATES

JOBNO. NEX

SEETNO. HOLE NO. 1 OF 3 FB-20A 90

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

APSF-NE
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

N 78642 E 55518
DRILL MAKE AND MODEL HOLE SIZE

SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHTIFALL

TOTAL DEPTH

4129/98
GROUND EL.

5/13/98

J Corbitt/G raves
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 lb/30 in
C. Rothammer/WSRC

120.0

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

301.4

W
z
Z ,

ORCVEY ._0 RECOVERY

A N-VALUE(SPT)

Z z "OI n"O. =3 co II . .z -301.4

NOTES ON:

<=
+ AT.
20 40

z
"n Q
w

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION .

CHRCE WATER OF LEVELS, CHARACTER OF

LIMITS %

DRILLING AND
LABORATORY TESTING

60

80

Hand auger to 6 feet to check for underground interferences. Then switch to mud rotary.

Straight drill to 106.5


5

feet to begin sampling.

10-

15

20

25

30

35-

__ _

__

__

__

_IL____J_

__

...

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE

HOLE NO.

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

_FB-20A

4-GEOTECHNICAL LOG
w .
A N-VALUE (SPT) O RECOVERY%
Z

PROJECT

JOB NO.

Northeast Expansion

NEX

I2

SHEET NO. OF 3

HOLE NO.

FB-20A

NOTES ON: z " DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF

F0"

+ AFLIMITS %
60 80

-c-a

<O

0. .DRILLING

AND
LABORATORY TESTING

wU Cu
20 40

45

50

55

60 Adding quick gel.

65

70

75

80

85I I I I

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

I.

FINAL LOG

FB-20A

,a
tu < 2Z

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT)
z

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

Northeast Expansion

NEX

OF

FB-20A

1i
-z -0o W
0

c'

NOTES ON: DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

SRECOVERY%
+ A

+AT. LIMITS%
20 40

0"a " -Sz

Xu.
W (u

" a.

60

80

90

95

I 100
A Lost circulation at 102
feet. Mixed two batches OF grout. On 3/11/98 tagged grout

105
2 2 20 2

at 75 feet. Contmued

ss

drilling down to 106.5 feet and started sampling. POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); medium yellowish brown; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly eraded- fine to medium grained same as above; dense

:0

193.4
17-=02

191.9 17-21-30

9s
3

110
190.4 188.9 187.4

I I POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace silt; medium

ss
4

A
A

sS
5 6
A

A
)8-10-13
20

185.9 184.4 182.9

115

-SS
7 SS 8 A

2,

yellowish brown; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded- fine to coarse =rained WELL GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC); medium yellowish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; well -\graded: fine to coar[Se grained Mn presen FAT CLAY (CHI); med yellowish brown with red and black streaks; v stiff; moist; high plasticity; upper 6 inches are \clayvev sand.:black is Mn POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium yellowish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly

ver ies in e ga

..

..

..

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown with tan, white, and black; medium dense; wet; subangular; well

\graded fine to coarse &mined


same as above; dense

ss
9

120-

Total depth of boring 120 feet.

Lost circulation, never

recovered.
Hole abandoned with

grout mix per 3Q5.

LII

________

J__________ I

______

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

OLE NO.

FB-20A

PROJECT SITE COORDINATES

GNortheast Expansion
N 79779 E 54828
IHOLE SIZE i

JOB NO.

NEX

SHEET NO.

OF

HOLE NO.

FB-22

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

"APSF-NE
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

90
SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL TOTAL DEPTH

DRILL MAKE AND MODEL

5/1/98
GROUND EL.

5/7/98

M RizerlGraves
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 Ib/30 in N. Kidd/SAIC

144.3

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

276.7
tu A N-VALUE (SPT) z

NOTES ON:

1RECOVERY Z
0 M Co IIIz . 3. -It(A In--0. DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS,
CHARACTER OF DRILLING OR TAND R

S"+OI-T%0 2 t + ATT. LIM ITS %


co) 20 40 60 80

LABORATORY
TESTING

276.7'

Hand auger to 7 feet to check for underground interferences.

5-

SS
I 0 ,

268.2. 266.7 265.2 263.7 262.4 262.2


10

SS
2 SS 3 SS 4 SS 5 SS 6

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; light brown with dark reddish bands; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace heavies; f I\nrohahle fill no recovery
I-

A
A,

00 mr A "A: 0O 0 9.14-16

721 //]
I//

15-

A'
Ss 7 SS 8 SS 9 SS 10

iTi3

260.7 259.2

CLAYEY SAND (SC); light yellow with dark red zones. medium dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium ,rained LEAN CLAY (CL) with interlayered silt and very fine grained sand zones; medium red, white, and dark yellowish orange; hard; damp; medium plasticity; sand is very fine -\grained- abundant mica POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some zones are clayey; light reddish yellow grading downward to ght red; medium dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; I ine to medium grained above; light yellowish brown with white wisps; same as / "\dense: dry_""

The shoe was plugged with crusher run that fell in from the surface.

same as above; light brownish yellow with white wisps;


tr-P m

0 A AA'o

SA-C

CLAYEY SAND (SC; light brownish yellow with white

disps;.medium dense; dry; subangular; poorly graded; fine

rIr y
A 0 14-- 9--N 'A

257.7 256.21 254.7. 20-

same as above..............
same as above;light yellow with light red and white bands; damp; trace mica no recovery

SS II

'

14-19719

253.2 251.7. 250.2.

Jv
m'/'A

no recovery

12 SS 13 SS 14 Ss 15 IS 16

T -TT'
A

'0

'w-I

CLAYEY SAND (SC); light brownish yellow with white wisps; dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to ['Y] medium grained: bottom of the interval is less clayey

K.1

Catcher looks normal, traces of medium sand (cave material? or sample?). Catcher looks normal, bottom of shoe has been slightly deformed in places.

: :A AG9
AG

11s. POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some bands of clayey sand; light brownish yellow with white med dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded;

---

248.7.
247.2.

to mdium grained Zfineps

1[TT"IT

30245.7

S 17 SS 18 SS

0
-T2T- I 244.2. 242.7.
L[

CLAYEY SAND (SC); liht brownish yellow with white wisps; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; M\ine to medium rained POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some zones are clayey; light yellowish brown with light red b and white wisps; medium dense; moist; subangular; r

same as above, light brownish yellow with white wisps; \dense f yellowish brown with white wisps and same as above; lightrni~titmn tence" imp', mien
tinrit
ar~flbs

\oorly graded- fine to medium graoned


Iv~ntC

i77flT
SITE

same as above; clay content increases with depth; grain size


HOLE NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-22

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W
z

LPROTECT

Northeast Expansion

JOB NO.

NEX

SHEET NO. 2 OF 4

HOLE NO.

OFB-22

A N-VALUE (SPT)
0 % OE 0

z 0CVR uO -0 1z L (n DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON;
WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND

a, 2Z
(
____

+ ATT. LIMITS % 20 4

0
80
___

ui
__

LABORATORY
TESTING
____________________ ________

20

40

60

____

ss 20 SS 21 55 22 sS 23 SS 24 SS.
A

241.2-

239.7_ 238.2
0

decreases; medium brownish red with white wisps; wet; saub o ved aedlowr coarseisrains same as above; medium brownish red
no recovery; catcher looks normal

236.7_ 235.2.

SCLAYEY SAND (SC); moist; light yellow and medium subangular; poorly yellowish graded; medium dense; brown; fine to medium azrained
:.
*. 47 grained Jium interlayered same as above; with sand with clay; light orange, and medium yellow; black wisps medium brown, f MnV trace heavies heavies (Mn'))7 trace POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light poorly subangular; dense;trace moist; medium brown; yellowish e.ratte,-F fitne in medium orained"~ lower coarse arains ns coa lower trace Prainededium WELL 111= = GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC); fine light to well graded; subangular; brown; dense; moist;

A0

0
0

A,
A

-1"2:-1421

233.7.
232.2.
45

25

SS
26 27 28

T4rTnw
A 0

230.7.
OA

229.2. 227.7.

brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium arained: trace lower coarse grains ,; POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); .... medium brown; medium dense; wet; subangular, poorly '.1'4 graded: fine to unner lower coarse grained __ . r: ................................. V/ POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); graded; poorly subangular, wet; dense; medium brown; fine in coarse .,rained

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light

SS
29 30 A0

same as above; fine to medium grained


50 POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; medium brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to 1 nmeri,,m ornunedl grained medium same as above; trace silt; fine to upper medium grained POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; tine to lower medium grained wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium coarse CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brown; medium dense; POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium brown; very dense; wet; subangular, poorly eraded: fine to medium rainedP'= OORL.Y GRADEDV SAIND (SP,) trace clay; medium very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to brown; lower coarse Qrained

226.2. 224.7

0A
31

,.

0
32 -S 33

A
Q
A

11-13-18

223.2

..

T
55. J.

221.7.

0
D

SS
34

: :
I

I 5-=3-32

220.2_ 218.7. 217.2

Ss

"
.. 1

35 36
Ai

60 215.7_
213.8. 212.3. -13-16-l A
A A 1

grained coarse lower same as above; trace silt; fine to coarse grained; trace fine gravel

37 38 39 SS 40

". same as above; fine to medium grained


POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly o1 rtadd" fine in metdiltm ariined C(LAYEY SAND (SC); itra"ned medium yellowish brown; medium to medium fine ed7wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium dense; T L - Rra rAinr .

210.8.
209.3 207.8.

65-

"r-4-r'0

same as above

ss 41 55
42

Ssame as above; with a few thin sandy clay interbeds and


70same as above; medium dense; angular; fine to lower coarse grained

grayish brown zones; loose; fine to upper medium grained

-gsS
43 SS 44

I I

206.3. 0~ 204.8 203.3.


,f1 201

LEAN C.LAY WITH SANU (CLL); medium orowmnsh yellow and reddish brown; stiff; wet; medium plasticity;
,elnd fraction is fine errained

A '0
Q

SS
45
U

,A

1 I I I

fine grained SAND (SC); medium yellowish brown; medium d. '0= ya ' ., CLAYEY dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium -artnid *4ij POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium yellowish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly ___ tI I~ ,m I _.___ dium rained 2raded: fine t lw

5rln~

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

ITE

FINAL LOG

HOLENO.

FB-22

PROJECT

JOB NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
w
=, A N-VALUE (SPT) Oi

Northeast Expansion

NEX

SHEET NO. 3 OF 4

HOLE NO.

FB-22

NOTES ON: DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

RECOVERY% 0 TS_ A0 L

oZ
O C -aO 10 I

+ A TT-I.L IM IT S %

-, ,

co

111 z ] -n "D m IL -LABORATORY a

D SCTO

WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF N I L N AND DRILLING TESTING

SS
46

20

40

60

80
I2-i6-

same as above; fine to medium grained

SS
47

)A A

200.3.
same as above

SS
48

0
A,

198.8.
same as above, fine to upper medium grained

SS
49

197.3.

80
95.8.

SS
50

CLAYEY SAND (SC) with 0.2 ft thick lean clay interbeds; medium yellowish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; .poorlygraded; fine to medium grained; clay layers have \charcoal fraements

194.3.
Ai 192.4.
1

LEAN CLAY (CL) trace sand with sandy clay interbeds; med brownish yellow; v stiff; wet; med plasticity; sand
fraction is fine grained

SS
51

LEAN CLAY WITH SAND (CL); med brownish yellow; v stiff; moist; med plasticity; sand fraction is v fine to fine grained

SS
52

85
A

SS
53 SS 54 SS 55

)7-10-10

190.6_ 189.1.

Vy,4 same as above; portions are sandy; med grayish yellow to 1 brownish yellow Jf 4_ .

LEAN CLAY (CL) trace sand with few thin layers with sand; med brownish yellow; v stiff; moist; med plasticity; sand is v fine to fine grained
CLAYEY SAND (SC); It brown with v It brown zones; med dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to med

( A' A'

187.2.

or-mned

90
185.7.
184.2_

.F.

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); It brown with It orange zones; med dense; wet; subangular;
,rlu ,rA 4t" 1

SS
56 SS 57 SS 58 Al

0 0
( 13--3.14

flno in mrd oilaned" trare ce

X;4 X
!_2

CLAYEY SAND (SC); med reddish brown; dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fine to Iwr cse grained POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some zones are clayey; It yellowish brown with med brown zones; med dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to srained CLAYEY SAND (SC); some zones are sand with clay; med reddish brown with v It brown zones; med dense; wet; Subangular; poorly graded; fine to med grained; trace cse; I I black mottles (Mn?r same as above; med reddish brown with It brown zones; / graded; fine to Iwr cse grained; black zones (Mn?); I trace heavies v It brown zones,"/ brown with reddish medto above; fine same as mica trae~ med erained; Nnoorlv traded:
. . . . . .. . . . . . .

182.7 181.2_ 95-

"\med

0
A

SS
59 SS 60 SS 61

C
A' A A

179.7 178.2.
-5-7-11

"well

SS
62 SS 63 SS 64 SS 65 SS 66 SS 67 SS 68 69 SS 70 SS 71

176.7_
Illll

i-=l-Ai

175.2_ 173.7_ 172.2. 105.

O 00

l,

smasabove; meed reddish brown withvItbonca

-12-5

170.9_
169.2_ 167.7.

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); It reddish brown with v It brown zones; med dense; wet; ubangular; poorly graded; de fine to med gained; trace eavies: trace mica SILTY SAND (SM); sand with silt zones; It reddish brown with v It brown zones; med dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; ine to med grained; trace heavies- some zones _ Vontain silicified chins POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; some zones 6-.;% wet; dense; zones; v It orange brown with with clay; graded;,fine grained; trace heavies-,/ " subangular;. ; It poorly

\same as above

no recovery; catcher looks normal

o'

mr
1-i$ -r

"' .
110*;"1 t ,

166.2. 0
'0 1
AQ

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; some zones with clay; It brown with It orange zones; v dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; trace heavies; -\trace mica same as above with It gray lean clay wisps POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM) some zones trace silt; with It greenish gray lean clay wisps; It

1-

A. ; 64.7_ 163.2. *-;


I "l. I

zones; v dense wet; subangular; bo ae \orv graded7 fin e rained trace heavies trace mica same as above
same as above; with some clayey zones

SS = SPLIT SPOON: ST = SHELBY TUBE;

SITE

NO.

PS = STATIONARY PISTON: PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-22

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT) z

PROJECT

JOB NO.

Northeast Expansion

NEX

SHEET NO. 4 OF 4

HOLE NO.

FB-22

W S+
_

NOTES ON:

Ru
0 0

z
W K < < lm C X pto

-0DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS,
CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY

ATT. LIMITS %

TESTING
...

20

40
.

9 0
9-J35-40U

..
POOLYLlc.

sS3
72 73 SS 74
0

:.:::..:
160.2.
0

-T31-50"4n

with silt; It brown with It orange zones; v dense; wet; guihaneular: naorlv araded: fine clrained: trace mica vtrace mica subanizularm =d.=inne

GRDE

SAND~.):,(SP)l trac

silt 11; some

zones5

:A

158.9_ W33
157.2 120 155.7_ i'
v

same as above; trace clay; some zones with clay; trace heavies; most of the sample is slough
same as above with It yellow clay wisps POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; sand with clay band and wisps of gray clay; It orange with It brown zones; v dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; trace

!0
75 76 A

'\heavies- trace mica

154.2_
;W.:.

"\

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); med reddish brown with It brown zones; mred dense; wet; subangular, poorly graded; fine grained; trace heavies; CLAYEY SAND (SC) some zones are sand with clay; med poorly graded; / wet; subangular; brown; med dense; r -_ av -, d same as above; med yellowish brown; black wisps (Mn?); turritella shell framents same as above; med redish brown; trace mica

77
A'

152.7_ 151.2_ 125


W Or,37iTJ.. -11

luedmaterial contains shell fragmentsI

V\reddish
Adi

78 SS
79

ine grained trace heaistcemc

A; *A
L

149.7 -_ 148.2Z 146.7 A i0 )7-10-14 145.2_

so
81

same as above; with It greenish gray clay wisps; dense; black pellets (Mn?) same as above; abundant turritella shells

17.l0-1481

A SI

130

Ssame as above;

med dense

83 SS 84
A A

same as above; v dense; fine to med grained; no turritella shells

143.7

0
W

142.2 41.T -7-24


135-

LEAN CLAY WITH SAND (CL); It greenish brown with It greenish gray mottles; hard; wet; low plasticity; sand is fine arand- tract med araine
JJ l,

85 SS 86 sS
87

SILTY SAND (SM); It brownish yellow; loose: wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained; trace mica

140.7 139.2.
POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM) and silicified sand chips; It yellowish brown; med dense; wet; trace mica . ied-reddish 1 LEAN CLAY WITH t= e' SAND (CL); med brown with yl'Ps' hard; wet; med plasticity; sand is It grayish green wisps; e arainep .. a.e meu __: ........ .... v,%m rine zrameo Irace med ur-dins. u mca ..-.. CLAYEY SAND (SC); It orange with dark orange bands and It green interlaminated clay; dense; wet; subangular; noorlv eraded: fine ,rained: trace mica 140same as above; med reddish brown with It green interlaminated clay; fine to med grained; trace cse grains same as above; bottom 0. I ft is sand (Congaree?); med reddish brown and med brown with It brown and yellowish t brown; v dense; 0.3 ft from botlom of interval is a 0. f1 WELL GRADED SAND (SW) trace clay; It orange and It brown; v dense; wet; subrounded; well graded; fine to Iwr

A A A

0 0
'

137.7

sS 88 sS

")14-21-29
4-50-50/3 493l7 in
n

136.21 134.7_ 133.5.

C 90 SS

/"grout mix per 3Q5


Hole grouted with

Total depth of boring 144.3 feet.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-22

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

Northeast Expansion
COORDINATES

NEX

1 OF 5

FB-25

-APSF-NE
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

N 79242 E 55261
HOLE SIZE

190

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL TOTAL DEPTH

DRILL MAKE AND MODEL

SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL

5/26/98
GROUND EL.

5/28/98

J CorbiWGtraves
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 Ib/30 in N. Kidd/SAIC

165.5

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

289.1
A N-VALUE (SPT) % ECOVR2 11 0 RECOVERY + ATT. LIMITS % Z AII-Tz F- u5 ILI W >Z I to 20 40 60 80 289.1

NOTES ON:

zm IL 0,0

.z 0) 03

z
(L 1-O 3

o DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION ..

WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF N RLLN AND DRILLING LABORATORY TESTING

ager to I leet to for check fan interferences.


I I i I

a
I

5A
i

0
I i a 0

i I

9-20-3T4 280.6.

JCLAYEY

SAND (SC); light red and light orange with white mottles; very dense; damp; subangular; poorly

Ss
2 3

A:

Praded: fine to medium paned


same as above; light red; dense
J I - ,( ..

279.1
10:-16-I 277.6 276.1 274.6

\grained: trace heavies

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light red and light orange with a white, very clean band of sand. dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium

8-1:O0-0
5 6 A A A

CLAYEY SAND (SC); with sand with clay zones; light red -with very light yellow band; dense; damp; subangular;

\poorly Rraded7 fine tomdu


J

r 0 0
5-7-T-

same as above; some zones are silty; light red; medium d~e= fine araunerl' tr"at" mediulm: Iralce mica

rie

15 273.1 271.6 270.1.

IV I

mi-ca CLAYe AD WeITHq MORL GRAED

lih

sS
7 SS 8

moist; light dense; medium brown mottles; red with dark iPOORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); VR subangular noorlv raded: fine to medium grained CLAYEY SAND (SC) trace gravel; light orange and red with light brownish yellow zones and white wispy clays; graded; medium medium dense; damp; subangular; SILTY SAND (SM) with interlaminated clayey sand; light red, light yellow, and light purplish gray; medium dense; \moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; / / \trace mica same as above; light red with very light pinkish brown zones

coreeandtrace eraveL silicified chp

Ts
9

i Aa 0a

-- TFrn 268.6 20

A'
i

SS 10
A
0

17-1 -2T

263.6

25.-

"-poorlygrad6d;

CLAYEY SAND (SC) with silty sand laminae; light red -and light brownish orange; dense; moist; subangular; fine to medi'um grained; trace mica

A:

12-18-181 258.6.

30-

SILTY SAND (SM) with clayey sand zones and a layer ot light red lean clay with sand; light red, light purple, light grayish yellow, and light orange with light purple clay wisps; dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

"I
SS1
I

7-7-T1 SITE 1 1

-. 5

1'

"1 "

same as above; some zones are clayey; some zones are -

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-25

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W
A N-VALUE (SPT)
z. 0 RECOVERY %

I
Z

PROJECT

JOB NO.

ISHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

Northeast Expansion
1Z 0
_jIg-

NEX

2 OF 5

FB-25

QLo

-- J ""0 W

zL
w 0

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS,


DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER OF

<+
20 40 60 80

-.1 -j -i uW

a.

DRILLING AND

LABORATORY TESTING
sandy silt; multicolored bands with red, yellow, orange, brown, and light gray; medium dense; wet; fine grained; trace mica

--1 -

- 4

253.6-

SS
13

I I

0
/

248.6.

40

'A
A; 0

2I

with white yellow ./ICLAYEY SAND (SC);damp; light brownish with brownish yellow poorly graded; wisps; medium dense; (SC). light subangular, SAND CLAVEY fine to medium grained

white

Ss 14

A0

243.6.

45-

SILTY SAND (SM) some zones are silty; occasional sand with clay stringers; light red and light orange with light yellow and white mottles; medium dense; damp; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace mica

SCLAYEY SAND (SC) with silty zones; medium red, light


S15A

238.6.

50-

red, medium yellowish brown, and white; dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace mica; bottom of interval is wet

6S 16

AO

11-1I9-M2 233.6- t55-

/I

same as above; light orange, medium red, light brownish yellow, and medium yellowish brown with white wispy clay; wet; no mica observed

S17
0

,A

20

228.6]

60-

I
//

I POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) and clay laminae; light brown, light yellow, and light purple; dense, wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

A 223.6]41 5

18---

"Z4

CLAYEY SAND (SC) with a band of sand with clay; medium orange with white clay pellets; very dense; wet; subangu lar pOrly gradeZ, fine to medium grained

:1s]
TS
__

20.A2
0 2 2

A
A 2
,

0
2

T6- =5-2

218.6

70-

SPOORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some reddish brown; dense; stringers; medium j]ery thin clay
wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace heavies

i
_._

._1 _____1

__

.. 1_.

7'.K

same as above; medium red and light brown


OLE NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;

SITE

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-25

*
z

GEOTECHNICAL LOG S
a It
SW
20 40 60 8.0 i

PROJECT

Northeast Expansion

JOB NO.

NEX

SHEET NO. 3 OF 5

HOLE NO. FB-25

A N-VALUE (SPT) 0RECOVERY% A

Z Z S+A.LIMITS DSRWATER

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: LEVELS, DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

CHARACTER OF

213.6-

0i 208.61 80-

21

WELL GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC) some zones are clayey; light brown and light brownish yellow with white clay wisps; dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fine to medium grained; trace heavies

A 22

'0
203.6-

85

CLAYEY SAND (SC) with light brownish yellow lean clay stringers; medium orange, light brown, and dark yellowish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular, poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace coarse grains; trace heavies

--SS
23

I I

A:

) 76-1 198.6_ 90

same as above; with lean clay laminae; medium brownish yellow with light brownish yellow lean clay wisps; well graded; fine to coarse grained

TF-TF-3
193-6_
95

24

.1
i i

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some zones are borderline clayey sand; light red and light brown with a white band; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

SC SS
25

I
A 0

A T6-47-49 188.6_ 100

same as above; light red and light brown with light yellow bands

wfTM 183.6-

IS

..105

"-fineno coarse-grained.

CLAYEY SAND (SC); light brownish yellow with light brown zones; very dense; wet, subangular, well graded;

A
i

I.1.

27
I0

178.6

110-

WELL GRADED SAND (SW) trace clay; light brown; very dense; wet; subrounded; well graded; fine to coarse grained; trace heavies

t0

,',
I

same as above
HOI-E NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST

SHELBY TUBE;

SITE

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

EFB-25

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W SZ
0) 20 40 60 80 A A N-VALUE (SPT) R-Z z

PROJECT

Northeast Expansion

JOB NO.

NEX

SHEET NO.

4 OF 5

HOLE NO.

FB-25

"WATER X u~< l'a.Z a. w DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

0E
+ ATT. LIMITS %

NOTES ON: LEVELS. CHARACTER OF

-'0
u

DRILLING AND
LABORATORY TESTING

173.6-

SS 29

I I
0
0

( _ 168.6. 120-

/>

Smedium

/.

CLAYEY SAND (SC); dark brown with medium yellow zones; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded, fine to grained; lignite present; trace heavies

SS

30

163.6j 125-

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) borderline clayey sand; light to dark brown and medium orange; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to lower medium grained; lignite present; trace heavies; trace mica

159.8

31

130

11 same as above (slough?); not enough sample to jar; light brown and medium orange

SS

C2'4-18-22 ___ 153.6

32

135

CLAYEY SAND (SC) with zones of sand with clay; light brownish yellow and light orange with light green wisps of clay; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to lower medium grained; trace heavies

SS 33

.6-7-13
A

T
148.6 140
-1

SILTY SAND (SM) some zones are clayey; medium orange with light green wisps; dense; wet: subangular. poorly graded; fine grained; trace heavies; trace mica

SS
34

I
A

//.

143.6

145

Z-.,

(.

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium orange with light green wispy clays; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained

35

//

138.9

150-

Slight green wispy clays; very dense; very fine grained; mica; trace black staining (Mn?)

same as above; light yellowish brown and light brown with trace

SLEAN CLAY (CL) with interbedded sand; light green with


m

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE: PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

"'"

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-25

GEOTECHNICAL LOGJoB LNortheast Expansion


w
-z
A N-VALUE (SPT)

NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

NEX

5 OF 5

FB-25

z
O0

NOTES ON:

0 RECOVERY %

W
z

0.

A ,o
-A3620 40 60

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS,
CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

rtMSW --

'I

80

f I 133.6--

/.

^, ..

....

..

meIu~um orange sana stringers; hiard; wet; medium plasticity; sand is fine grained; black mottling (Mn?)

01

129.7 160-

Zz2

37

CLAYEY SAND (SC) with clean sand laminae; medium orange and medium yellow with light brown wisps; very dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fine to coarse grained; clayey slough at top of recovered interval; probable Congaree

38S

"7--TT
123.6] 165-

"Theavies

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); medium brown with dark brown wisps; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace trace Total depth of micaboringCon.aree 165.5 feet.

Hole abandoned with

grout mix per 3Q5.

,s = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE:

SITE

OLE NO.

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-25

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE COORDINATES

Northeast Expansion
N 78900 E 56660
DRILL MAKE AND MODEL IHOLE SIZE

NEX

FB-27 OF 5 ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL I


F

APSF-NEI
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

90
ITOTAL DEPTH

SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL

4128198
EL. GROUND 297.6

4/29/98

J Corbitt/Graves

Failine 1500

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

LOGGED BY:

155.5 140 Ib/30 in 3 7/8 in B. Gelinas/SAIC; C. Rothammer/WSRC

0 0 RCJ. E% RECOVERY/ Z A. 'c LIMITS + ATT. % -Z

N-VALUE (SPT)

Z !2

NOTES ON: Z
- , o ,, g

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

w
80

-J-

u 0

WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

20

40

60

297.6_

t-ano auger to o reet to

check for interferences.

5SS
A A

5290.1.I

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); light brown to medium brown; very dense; moist; subangular; same as above; light brown with some black zones; medium dense, fine to medium grained same as above; medium brown; wet

SS
2

ss
3

S 0
A

288.6. 0 287.1.
A

10SILTY SAND (SM); medium brown to light brown; loose; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

Ss
4

Ss
5

'A

AA <
0
A

9
0

285.60 T1___-9-8
/

284.1 282.6 281.1 15

SS
6

CLAYEY SAND (SC) trace medium gravel; medium red, light brown, and grayish orange; medium dense; moist; suhaneular: poorly graded: fine to medium (,rained~ eraded7 fine to medium grained noorly subangyUlg[7 same as above; with fine to medium gravel; medium red,

Slight

55
7

A A

9 0
0

"same as above; trace fine gravel; medium brownish red and medium grayish brown
same as above; trace coarse sand and fine gravel; medium brownish red with some light gray to white zones; very
de-n I- wet

brown, and gray

SS
SS
9

279.6 278.1
20-

same as above; medium brownish red; dense same as above, with fine to medium gravel and few sandy clay layers; medium brownish red with light gray to white zones; very dense; fine to upper medium grained; joint at 20 fi depth

TSS

10 21-21-2T

276.6

i l
A

SPOORLY
271.1

GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC);

]mt.edium brownish red, dlense; moist; subangular; -poorly


graded; fine to upper medium grained

IlA:
SS
I 4 I I

267.3,

30-

same as above; with some light gray layers; very dense; wet; fine to medium grained

14-18-20"

SCLAYEY

SAND (SC) with lean clay layer in tip of spoon; HOLE NO.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE: PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

IFB-27

NO.

*
13

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT) RECOVERY% z "

Northeast Expansion

NEX

2 OF 5

FB-27

NOTES ON:

30
0
0

2
W ""%J I tu

z0 z
z
'-,,

WATER LEVELS,
n. DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER OF

DRILLING AND
TESTING
LABORATORY

L20 40 60 80

262.0_

uiuwn.~t ..... ,i4 s .. iir yeiiu.. w isn:_t orw ... rcui_ _ light yellowish browi nto vmjisn brownl an ilit graty tv purple clay layer in tip of spoon; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

~I.4.

sS
14

T:T= 258.2_ 40

same as above; few clay laminae; medium yellowish brown with light gray clay laminae

71A
Ss 16

Ab 252.3 45-

same as above; portions silty sand; medium yellowish brown and reddish brown; very dense

I
7 -z

ve.y

. .

I
A

11-12-Il 247.8.

same as above; medium yellowish brown; medium dense

50

O0

17S
ITS

36-26-2-4 242.7.

55

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay; light yellowish brown; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

i--:T ] -238.8 60

-I. SCLAYEY SAND (SC); dark yellowish brown; medium wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium Sdense; grained

19

I I
= i

0.

24-390 231.1.

65-

same as above; medium yellowish brown; very dense

SOA 226.1

'7nI-

20

same as above; dark yellowish brown with black specks; well graded; fine to coarse grained

.i

-a

-,-----

L______

-. -

T HOLE

SS = SPLIT SPOON: ST = SHELBY TUBE: PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

]SITE

NO. HOE

FB-27

FINAL LOG

FB-27

*a
GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT)

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

Northeast Expansion
z

NEX

3 OF 5

FB-27

NOTES ON: DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER OF

3 .. Z:

-RD

-C -AT. LIMITS % +A1 .LMT111

-'

z
W U

DRILLING AND LABORATORY


TESTING

20 Ss 21

40

0. ,,:, 80

221.1.
0 ,I

very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded orange; POORUKLY GRXADIEU SAND WI ITH SILT (Sr-SM);

dark

22

216.1.

WELL GRADED SAND WITH SILT AND GRAVEL (SW-SM); dark yellowish brown; dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fine to very coarse grained

SS 23

C
211.1

85-

SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL); dark yellowish brown; stiff wet; medium plasticity; trace of coarse sand

A, AN

90-

SANDY FAT CLAY (CH); dark yellowish brown; mottled with black; very stiff; moist; high plasticity; Mn present

206.1

Ss
25

I
A:

95-

SILTY SAND (SM); medium yellowish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fine to coarse grained

201.1

100-

26SA

196.1

CLAYEY SAND WITH GRAVEL (SC); medium yellowish brown with white mottles; medium dense; wet; subrounded; well graded; fine sand to granule sized grains

A'
-27SA

105-.

WELL GRADED SAND WITH SILT AND GRAVEL (SW-SM); medium yellowish-brown; very dense; wet; subangular; well graded; medium to very coarse grained with gravel

191.1

11n-

55
28

I
SITE

186.1

SCLAYEY SAND WITH GRAVEL (SC); light yellowish brown with tan and white mottles; medium dense; moist;
subrounded; well graded; fine to very coarse grained

-....

...

..

-.........

....

..

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

HOLENO.

FINAL LOG

IFB-27

NC LLGNortheast GETC
LUJ AN-VALUE (SPT)

L G

.... PROJECTA

JOB NO.

ISHEET

NO.

IHOLE NO.

Expansion
F

NEX

OF

FB-27

'd

O Ij0RECOVERY% ArxT0 LIIT %C)

3: z

OtLJ W

NOEO: AE EES EES WAE DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION DHRILLING AND LABORATORY

20 Ss
29

,40

80TESTING

I I
0'

'15-12-17

181.1

.4 medium grained

Imedium

SILTY SAND (SM) with clay; medium yellowish brown;, dense;, moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to

SS

30

176.1L
0 12"

12-- POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay, ht;vr dense; moist; rounded; poorly graded; fine to very fine grained

'86-70-55 3AlS

12-

171.1

POORLY GRDED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); light tannish white; very dense; moist; rounded; poorly graded; fine to very fine grained

SS 32

I I I I I
=SHELBY

13-

166.1

same as above; light yellowish brown with white; medium dense

sS
33

)8-11-1 16l. I

135

ELASTIC SILT WITH SAND (MH); light yellowish brown with white; very stiff; moist; medium plasticity

SS
34

14156.1

SILTY SAND (SM); medium yellowish brown with white;, very dense; moist; subrounded; poorly graded; fine to very fine grained, silts are elastic

55.

35

I
)1244-19 146.1

.same as above; with clay; dense

150- //I

36

CLAYEY SAND (SC); very dark greenish black; dense-. moist; subangular; poorly graded; very fine grained. Ilmicaceous, green cray
/'J

SS5= SPLIT SPOON; ST

TUBE:

SITENO

PS=STATIONARY PISTON; PS = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

HLEFB-27

IPROJECT

wU
z <

A N-VALUE (SPT) 0 RECOVERY% + ATT. LIMITS % DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING


I

20

40

60

80

-...............

Total depth CI boring I 5 leet. Total depth of boring 155 feet.

Broke down spoon but


did not bottle sample.

Hole abandoned with grout mix per 3Q5.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

FINAL LOG

FB-27

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

Northeast Expansion
COORDINATES

NEX

OF

5 90

FB-28

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

APSF-NE
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

N 78382 E 55388
DRILL MAKE AND MODEL HOLE SIZE

SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL

TOTAL DEPTH

4/29198
GROUND EL.

5/4/98

Corbitt/Graves
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 Ib/30 in C. Rothammer/WSRC

161.5

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

308.2
( N-VALUE((SPT) -O 0 RECOVERY % A TLIMITS%
0

z
u zI.-

NOTES ON: L -DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF TESTING

%J

(.9

CuJ

DRILLING AND LABORATORY

20

40

60

80

308.2.

Hole onfset z reet to the east of CPT. Hand auger to 6 feet to check for interferences.
i0 I i

5
CLAYEY SAND (SC); dark brownish red; medium dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fine to coarse grained, trace

S5

i C

300.7 299.2

.raval

same as above; with yellow same as above; dense

ss
3 sS A A' A 'A
'10-13-17

297.7 296.2Z 294.7

10same as above; medium dense; trace gravel and very coarse Asand
same as above; dense /I same as above; dark reddish brown with yellow and white; sandy clay lenses

4 55 5 )8-14-19
T- 1-4--IT

sS
6
7

293.2
IT-18-2r7
-rv

Sfine to very coarse grained;


I 1z
Ir J

SS
SS
8 S5

291.7 15-27-377 290.2 288.7

same as above
same as above; very dense same as above; with gravel

0 'A ) A,

A 10 I9-1V -5-27

-- Ss

10

20- 20-

287.2 285.7

same as above; dark brownish red with white; medium lithic fragments, trace gravel Adense;
I i

S5

-*

no recovery

I1I

55

A
281.7
./A

12

'"CLAYEY SAND (SC); dark red with white and yellow; '-.. medium dense; wet; subangular; well graded; medium sand to gravel, lithic fragments

-- Ss

'0

13

276.7

FAT CLAY (CH); medium purple; hard; wet; high plasticity

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

JI

_'

.**

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

HLFB-28

A N-VALUE (SPT) O RECOVERY % EJO

z z0 O= O ILI Z WZ -u z r a oTESTING
<

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

~z

+ ATT.LIMITS % 20 40
' .

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY

60

80o
.4.271.7

7-6-3

same as above; with white; very stiff; moist

-'IF0f

40-1 4026.7medium

S)

, ,
S266.7

,-

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); yellow with white; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

S4 IS

0 261.7

45-

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); light to medium yellow ,white, tan, and black; dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

ssA
717
A

I0 -16-1
0

25.

fin

CLAYE SAN0( light to medium yellow, white, purple, and tan; dense; moist; subangular; poorly graded;

to meimgand

enefftca

12' -14-1 18 251.7 -

same as above; medium brownish yellow with white medium dense; wet

19

S2S

II 71: 246.7

60-/

saeas above; dense

20

0s6m241.7

as aov

ST 21
I I

1
236.7

same as above medium red, white, and yellow; mottled well graded; fine to coarse grained, trace gravel

=SPLIT

=STATIONARY

SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PISTON; PB =PITCHE

ST

OEN

FINAL LOG

FB-28

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W
n" zI < z 1
____

PROJECT

JOB NO.

Northeast Expansion
: z

NEX

SHEET NO. 3 OF 5

HOLE NO.

FB-28

A N-VALUE (SPT) O RECOVERY% O + ATT. LIMITS %

NOTES ON: 0. 00 t 00 i a
... // f./
___________

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF


DRILLING

AND

< <--j r

LABORATORY TESTING
_________

20

40

60

80
1 -2I1l-i

__

_______...

ss 22

same as above

2 31.7.

'A

:23S

-0/3 inO 226.7

80-

i4

j ! ..

SILTY SAND (SM) with clay; medium dark brownish yellow; medium dense; wet; subrounded; well graded; medium to very coarse grained, trace gravel, Mn present

-24A 21.72

5 .

same as above; medium yellowish brown; very dense; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

--25S

-350-50/4n

90-

same as above; with gravel; with white; well graded; fine to very coarse grained

2 16.7_

Cement in the hole from surface, attempted to ream it out to correct situation.

0 26

ss
211.7

same as above; medium brownish yellow with orange, white, and black streaks; poorly graded; fine to medium grained. Mn present

Ss 27

315-'4-i3"
206.7

100- same as above, medium dense

1124

1057 , 201.7

same as above; medium yellowish brown with white; very dense; well graded; lithic fragments

S 29

1WA/

196.7

II J

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); dark

yellowish orange; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

SS = SPLIT SPOON;

ST

SHELBY TBE;

SITE

PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

FB-28

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A A N-VALUE (SPT) z ,[

Northeast Expansion
co

NEX

OF

FB-28

NOTES ON:

z I"

0 RECOVERY%
ATT. LIMITS % 20 40 O 0 -- O0 CO0

z
z K

zz ( IL . uT W -........... DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS,
CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING

_ _
ss5 30

20

40

60
Y-33-DU/4 Inr

_ _ _

....
same as above; with coarse sana

_ _ _

191.7.

I
120.

31

I I I
A,

0
186.7.

SILTY SAND (SM); dark yellowish orange; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded. fine to medium grained

-Ts
32

( 181.7_
A

125-

CLAYEY SAND (SC); dark yellowish orange; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained

( 176.7

130-/

same as above; medium yellowish brown

33

A A
34 SS 35

n-3 yg mn-1/4 171.7 170.2_ A


k

135-

ELASTIC SILT (MH); medium yellowish brown with


white; soft; moist; medium plasticity SILTY SAND (SM); light medium brown with white and red; dense; wet; subrounded; poorly graded; very fine grained, silts are elastic

140--

no recovery

-g36

166.7

01

145.-

WELL-GRADED SAND WITH GRAVEL (SW); light yellowish brown; very dense; wet; subrounded; well medium to very coarse grained

37

161.7_

"graded;

:1 S38
156.7

150-,,

IL-i I .

Lr i01)"I. rigni .....

yiw

w. .

very fine graded; dense;kalv); moist;Ilight subangular; medium aLL-I I batUIJ greemslit poorly yeltoww Wdj orang~e; to fine grained, silts are elastic

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

ISTE

HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG FINAL LOG

FB-28

PROJECT

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
W
0

Northeast Expansion
z

NEX

5 OF 5

FB-28

A N-VALUE (SPT)

L
ft z
-I-.

co o DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

NOTES ON:

o RECOVERY%
+ A

z
O

WATER LEVELS,
CHARACTER OF

TO A Z LIMTS
40
!

z W -Z W

0. uJ

DRILLING AND
LABORATORY TESTING

0
. . . . . .. same as aoove; lgilg yellowish urownu very dcense

20

80
I -ZUo.-8

-..

-A
SS
40

-1

151.7_

I
1 gP. Afn IU I

A(

. ..

same as above Total depth of boring 161.5 feet.

146.7_

Hole abandoned with grout mix per 3Q5.

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON: PB = PITCHER

ISITE

HOLE NO.

F.......

LOG
FINAL

LO

FB-28

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
SITE

LPROJECT Northeast Expansion


COORDINATES

JOB NO.

SHEET NO.

HOLE NO.

NEX

OF

5 90

FB-30

ANGLE FROM HORIZONTAL

APSF-NE
BEGUN COMPLETED DRILLER

N 79371 E 55388
DRILL MAKE AND MODEL HOLE SIZE

SAMPLE HAMMER WEIGHT/FALL

TOTAL DEPTH

5/7/98
GROUND EL.

5/12/98

M Rizer/Graves
LOGGED BY:

Failing 1500

3 7/8 in

140 Ib/30 in
N. Kidd/SAIC

179.4

DEPTH/EL. GROUND WATER

284.1
A N-VALUE (SPT)

RECOVERY %
AT. LIMITSZ 20 42 to

!
W Sw zZ..

_z -x:L a li
__ _ _

NOTES ON:

WATER LEVELS,
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY TESTING
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

S+
____

20

40

60

80

284.1

Hand auger to 6 leet to check for interferences.


i I i F

ss
Ss 2 ss 3 ss
4

A. A' A
A A

'0
275.6_

V IZI

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC); light grained- trace heavies- trace mica in medium fine. POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) tace clay; some zones

graded; subangular; poorly 1/]IIfine brown; medium oraineddense; wet; in medium trace heavies: trace mica

6
0
0
F F F i Q

274.1. 272.6

10

with clay; light reddish brown; medium dense; moist; Ssubangular, poorly graded; fine to medium grained; much bentonite in tube no useful sample recovered7 trace heavies/ same as above; light brown; wet; no bentonite observed
same as above; moist; some zones are wet

ss SS 55 6 ss 7 ss SS ss 9 A,

271.1
0

0 7-12-19-

269.6 15268.1

same as above; very light brown with lighi brown areas; dense; trace mica
=1 ......

7/1 raded" fine in medium erained


/4

CLAYEY SAND (SC); light orange and light red with light brown bands; medium dense; moist; subangular; poorly to medium arained -dedsame as fine above; with sandy lean clay zones; medium red

and medium orange with light yellow and white zones;

266.6
same as above; medium red with light yellow and white zones; medium dense

265.1 263.6

20

same as above; with sandy lean clay zones; medium brownish red; fine to lower coarse grained; trace mica

Ss 10.
258.6

25

]same as above; medium brownish yellow with medium red zones; dense; fine to medium grained with coarse grains

lO -SS

( '13-15-21
253.6

30-

.j.

same as above; medium red with white wisps; fine to medium grained

-SA
--

,
i-

A
11

0,

47 -5 0/4i n
t

249.3
.. . _ __

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

,.A .~

same as above; medium brownish red with white wisps;


HOLE NO.

FINAL LOG

HLFB-30

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
A N-VALUE (SPT)

PROJECT
Z

Northeast Expansion
o7

JOB NEX NO.

ISHEET NO. 5 2 OF

HOLE NO. FB-30

NOTES ON:

O RECOVERY%
Z + ATT. LIMITS %

3 1.AM T
UU

Z z
Z C

iL LL

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

WATER LEVELS, CHARACTER OF AND DRILLING L B R T Y


TESTING

20

40

60

80 very dense

12

S5 13

SS
14

I I

~0
243.6.

Ssame as above;
40-

with interlaminated clean sands; medium brownish yellow with white wispy clays; dark yellowish brown zones and light red zones; dense

238.6

45

same as above; dark red; very dense; wet; trace coarse grains

Drillers depth for the 4445.5 ft. interval was shallow (4344.5 ft.)

I
S
16

233.6.

50

WELL GRADED SAND W I-TH CLAY (SW-,L) borderline clayey sand; medium brown; dense; moist; subangular; well graded; fine to coarse grained

A' 55
1 228.6.

same as above; some zones are clayey sand; medium brown and medium purplish brown with light brown zones; very dense; some zones are wet

I
SS

i
223.6. 60

same as above; medium brownish yellow with occasional white wisps; dense; wet; trace heavies

I
0
1
A0i

fl-2
218.6

SCLAYEY SAND (SC) with interlayered sand with clay;


65
medium brownish yellow; dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fineto coarse grained -......

-I-

19

213.6.

70-

WELL GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC) some zones are clayey; medium brownish yellow; dense; wet; subangular; well graded; fine to coarse grained

TTTI3-F4
l

(A
"HOLE

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brownish yellow; medium

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE; PS = STATIONARY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

SITE

NO. NO.

FINAL LOG

FB-30

*1 GEOTECHNICAL LOG
u.
0.0W

GPROJECT
z ,[

Northeast Expansion
o

JOBNEX NO.

3 OF SHEET NO. 5

FB-30 HOLE NO.

A N-VALUE (SPT)

ORCVEY C
O

pIi t In
U. 80
I ___ ___

NOTES ON:
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

zj Z LI
_______________ _____

WATER LEVELS,
CHARACTER OF

0AT. LIMITS %
150 20
U

TESTING
medium aense; wet; suoangular; well graded; tine to coarse grained; trace heavies

DRILLING AND LABORATORY

40
I

60
9

208.6-

I I I" i i

I I I i 9 I I I I 9

$ I I I I I I I I

ss

21

I
I I

203.6.

80

same as above; bottom 0.3' have tan lean clay interbeds; light yellowish brown with light yellow (tan) clay at the bottom of the interval; poorly graded; fine to medium 8rained; top of tan clay is about 0.3 Itabove bottom of interval

I 9

I
I I

s
22

9 i 9

198.6_

85-

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some zones are clayey; light brownish yellow; dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; black stains (Mn?)

9 I

I I

SS 23

Tr- =
- 1 193.6.

. 11

same as above; very dense; no black stains

9 9

I I

I I

90

9 9

9 i

I I

'

0
I

'

sS
24
I 9

188.6.

95

same as above; medium yellowish brown clayey sand zones; dense; moist

Ss
25

183.6
i I i 9 I 9 9 9 I I I 9 I I I I I I I I I

100

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC) some zones are clayey sand; light yellowish brown and light brown with occasional white wisps; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium grained; black mottles (Mn?)

SS 26

9 9 9 JffI

178.7-

105-

POORLY GRADED SAND (SP) trace clay;, light brown with very light brown and light red zones; very dense; wet; subpngular, poorly graded; fine to medium grained; trace heavies

174.2_ 110-

Ll

POORLY GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SP-SC),some zones are trace clay;, light brown with very light brown and light reddish brown zones; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine to medium gained; black mottles (Mn?); trace heavies

S--lt

3D3-4-m
i

WELL GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC)


-HOLE

SS = SPLIT SPOON; ST = SHELBY TUBE;

.m

SITE

NO.

PS = STATIONAY PISTON; PB = PITCHER

FINAL LOG

IFB-30

GEOTECHNICAL LOG
w A N-VALUE (SPT) z

PREcTB
,0 z III '

Northeast Expansion

NEX No.

4 oF SHEET NO. 5

FB-30 HOLE NO.

NOTES ON: WATER LEVELS,

C;

RECOVERY%

g
-JO

--

a:

;''+AT.M+A'-.-LIMITS%
20 40 60 80

DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY

0UJ
___ ___ ______________ _____

TESTING
clay content vanes trom trace to clayey; light red and light orange with light brown bands; very dense; wet; subrounded; well graded; fine to coarse grained; black mottles (Mn?)

d.9a i a I

168.6.

SS 29

I I

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CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium reddish brown with light brown wisps; dense; wet; subangular poorly graded; fine to medium grained; black wisps (Mn?)

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158.6_ 125,0

brownish yellow-, very dense; wet; subangular. poorly graded; fine grained SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); light POORLY GRADED

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no recovery; catcher torn out of spoon

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153.6j 130-

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148.61 135-

CLAYEY SAND (SC), medium yellowish brown; medium dense; wet; subangular, poorly graded; fine to medium grained

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143.61 140-

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POORLY GRADED SAND WITH SILT (SP-SM); medium yellow with medium orange and light brown zones and very light green clay wisps; very dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained

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138.6. 145-

CLAYEY SAND (SC); medium brownish yellow; medium dense; wet; subangular; poorly graded; fine grained

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LEAN CLAY WITH SAND (CL) some zones are sandy;

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133.61 150132.1.

light green with medium to dark orange zones; hard; wet; medium plasticity; sand is fine to coarse grained
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SANDY LEAN CLAY (CL) with interbedded sand; light

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green and reddish brown with medium orange sands; hard; wt; medium plasticity; fine to medium grained

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130.6.
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,CLAYEY SAND (SC) with sandy lean clay zones; medium reddish brown with light green clay wisps; dense; wet; f subangular well graded; fine to coarse I
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GEOTECHNICAL LOG

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NOTES ON:
DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION

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WATER LEVELS,
CHARACTER OF DRILLING AND LABORATORY

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127.6. 126.8.

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same as above; dark brown; poorly graded; fine to medium I M-aimed 5 WELL GRADED SAND WITH CLAY (SW-SC) clay content varies widely with depth; light brown, light gray. and orange; very dense; wet; subangular well graded; fine light to coarse grained; larger grains are subrounded; )robable Congaree at bottom of spoon i same as above; some zones are trace clay-, light brown with dark red zones; subrounded; fine to lower coarse grained; [race heavies; red zones are iron cemented; Congaree

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SITE

HOLE NO

FINAL LOG

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