READ THE FULL REPORT!
A geotechnical engineering report is not something to skim through lightly. If you rely solely on the executive summary or selected elements of the report, you could miss critical information that may affect future decisions.
Geotech reports describe the site investigation, summarize the conditions found at the site, and recommends solutions based on those conditions.
They are often required before a building permit will be issued, and for most site grading and retaining walls.
Geotech reports contain critical information project leaders refer to during all phases of design and construction, and frequently after completion of a project to resolve claims.