|EI 1100014452 / FL||[State of Florida Engineering Intern]|
Summary of Experience:
Randall Manning has extensive experience in cases involving the assessment of structures affected by problematic near surface and deep soil conditions. Randall has been involved in data collection involving soil borings, geophysical testing, and floor elevation surveys. He has significant subsurface and structural remediation monitoring experience. He has also been involved in various geo-technical soil and construction materials testing as per ASTM/AASHTO methods.
He has performed Threshold inspections and monitored the installation of helical piles on the USF Sundome facility. He has conducted Construction Materials Testing at a wide variety of venues, both commercial and residential, including natural moisture content, 200 washes, organic content, atterburg limits, grain sizes, proctors, LBR’s, FBV’s, concrete compressive strength, and asphalt.
He has conducted Structural Assessment of multiple residential structures including visual evaluation of residential structures to determine cause of reported damages as they relate to vibration from construction equipment in close proximity, storm related events, settlement of near surface soils, buckled flooring, heaved pool shells, and/or moisture intrusion. He has supervised the placement and layout of reinforcing steel on bridges for columns, endbents, caps, backwalls, decking, retaining walls and other pertinent miscellaneous reinforcement.
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