We have recently seen some site grading plans that in the general notes column state " A geotechnical report has been prepared and is available for information purposes. All grading activity shall be coordinated with the recommendations in this report. We contend that a geotechnical report is not a contract document and should not serve as a substitute for a project-specific grading specification that incorporates input from the geotechnical report. Is anyone else seeing such comments? If so, how are you dealing with the issue?
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