A pad footing on one of my projects was poured off center from the point load it was design to take (see attached picture). My first thought is to check the actual bearing capacity of the soil to see if it is higher than the assumed 2000 psf. If this doesn't help, what would be the best solution to support this load? Extend the footing to the right side(in the picture) by doweling into the existing pad?
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