I use a minimum of 2% slopes in gravel parking lots. My client wants to use 1% slopes due to the amount of fill that will need to be brought in from off-site. I explained the risks of using a slope less than 2% to the client, but he is willing to take the risks. Will I be liable when potholes and ponding water develop if I follow through with what the clients wants?
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