Tract A ofthe Villa Alegre Development
The site is developed with existing one-story and two-story structures which will be demolished.
SITE SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS
To explore the site subsurface conditions, four test holes were drilled at the approximate locations shown on the Site Plan, Figure 1. As shown on the Logs of Test Holes, Figures 2 through 5, the soils encountered in the test holes consisted primarily of silty and clayey sand. The sands were fine to coarse grained with some gravel and occasional cobbles. The sands were typically medium dense to dense with infrequent loose layers. Some of the test holes encountered a near surface lens of sandy gravel with some cobbles.
Neither flowing groundwater nor bedrock was encountered in the test holes to a depth of twenty feet, the maximum depth of exploration. However, groundwater conditions may change with time due to precipitation, variations in groundwater level, seepage from ponding areas, or leaking utilities.
The soils encountered in the test holes exhibit a limited consolidation potential under the anticipated structural loads. Limited to moderate consolidation (collapse) occurs when site soils increase in moisture content Refer to Figures 7 and 8.
A Project No.: 09-J-JOJ