My current company provides geotechnical engineering recommendations and laboratory soils testing, but we do not have any field technicians or field testing equipment. In the past, I have worked at places that provide both. Is it up to the geotechnical engineer to run the proctor analysis on the soil, or is that up to whomever my client hires to do the construction materials testing?
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