What is a geotechnical report. It’s a report that shows the results of test of the ground and whether or not there’s any problems. Usually it’s done in conjunction with testing for sinkholes. And so the report will show the types of soils, whether or not there’s any open spaces whereby that avoids where the limestone or infrastructure could collapse or, and also says what kind of soils, which would indicate whether or not there’s any debris involved. And usually this is, you usually have this done. If you’re buying, let’s say residential property, if there’s any indication that there’s any cracks in the house that you’re buying, or if there’s any sinkhole activity in the neighborhood, if the neighbor, or, you know, there’s six other sinkhole reported problems in the neighborhood, well, it might do well to go ahead and have this report, have this inspection done, to determine whether or not there’s any sinkhole activity underneath this house.
If it’s vacant property before you build, you may want to go out there and have these tests done and get a report to indicate whether or not there is any problems as far as the soil is concerned. And there are a couple of types of I’m familiar with.. One is a radar, which is not quite as good as whenever they do borings as far as the term, the soils, and also they have another tests where they do tamping to see whether or not the lime rock base is solid or whether it would crack. So, I’m probably not the right guy to call as far as a geo-technical reports concerned. Cause I’m not really qualified to read it. I would just have to take the opinion of whatever’s in the report. But if you, if you’re buying property and have questions about whether you should have a test or not, I’ll be glad to talk to you about it. My phone number is (727) 847-2288. Thank you.