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(a) A certification by a civil engineer that all grading, lot drainage, and drainage facilities have been completed in conformance with the approved plans and specifications, the permit and this Division. In making such certification, the civil engineer does not assume responsibility for the correctness of the contents of the reports referred to in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section;
(b) An "as-built" or record plan of the completed work prepared by a civil engineer;
(c) A soil engineer's report, which shall include certification of soil bearing capacity (except where the County Official determines such certification inapplicable), summaries of field and laboratory tests and location of tests if not previously submitted, and the limits of compacted fill on a record plan. The report shall include reference to the presence of any expansive soils or other soil problems which, if not corrected, would lead to structural defects in buildings constructed on the site. If the report discloses the presence of such expansive soils or such other soil problems, it shall include recommended corrective action which is likely to prevent structural damage to each building proposed to be constructed upon the site; and
(d) A final engineering geology report by an engineering geologist, based on the as-built plan, including specific approval of the grading as affected by geological factors. Where required by the County Official, the report shall include a revised geologic map and cross sections and recommendations regarding building restrictions or foundation setbacks.
(Added by Ord. No. 9547 (N.S.), effective 5-9-03; amended by Ord. No. 9634 (N.S.), effective 4-23-04)