Would San Francisco baymuds (OL/OH by USCS) be considered Class S-F Soil Profile Type per the UBC due to their organic content? If so, how do you provide a "site-specific evaluation". I am looking at a site with a bay mud thicknesses of less than 50 feet which are soft, highly compressible, with dry densities in the range of 40 to 60 pcf, and moisture contents between 50 to 120 %.
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