Just curious if there were any colleagues from Honduras that frequented the site. My chapter of Engineers Without Borders is working on a channel crossing project in a remote town near San Pedro Sula. I am not able to travel with the group next week for a site visit and they will be without a Geotechnical engineer to evaluate soils. I was curious if there is a university soils lab, etc... that might be willing to donate some basic geotechnical lab testing (sieve testing, atterberg limits, etc...) as it is against the law to transport soils into the US. Any help would be appreciated.
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