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Abstract: We understand the Rock Springs Flood Control Project will consist of an approximately 1,800-foot long flood control wall on the west side of Coyote Creek. The flood control wall is currently planned to roughly extend from the south end of Wool Drive to just north of Bevin Brook Drive. Our scope of services included drilling and sampling three borings to about 25 feet deep along the proposed wall alignment at locations selected by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps). We performed a laboratory testing program based on guidance from the Corps and summarized our field and laboratory activities in this report. -- Project description. Table of contents: Project description -- Surface conditions -- Subsurface conditions -- Appendix A. Field exploration -- Laboratory testing -- Boring logs.
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