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In order to ensure that the structure will be built on sound ground, the Geotech Engineer conducts a site investigation of soil, rock, fault distribution and bedrock properties to be able to recommend the type of foundation required for the building.

Exalon Geotech Module allows the Geotech Engineer on-site to select a lot number (GPS assists in locating the lot and confirms the beneficiary’s identity) inspect the area, and submit his recommendation, all before the platform is cut.  

The user selects from a drop-down the correct classification code

The GeoTech is able to take a picture of the ground which will be saved with his inspection.

Each photo has a date/lot number/XY stamp

The GeoTech will be able to print a page report of each lot, together with a photo and the relevant technical information.

All classifications done on the site are uploaded to a website where reports/geotech certificates can be generated – with photos, etc.

The module shows a map of the project with the sites that have been classified and those that are awaiting classification. Exalon Geotech Classification Map

The map, at a glance, shows the lots that have been classified by the GeoTech.  Furthermore, the advantage of using this module on low-cost housing projects is that the classification is generated in the D6 and P4 used by the DoHS.