Horizontal Directional Drilling: Utility and Pipeline Applications

Appendix E: Engineering Survey Sample

February 17, 2005

Rummel, Klepper & Kahl, LLP
845 Church Street - Suite 104
Concord, North Carolina 28025

David Willoughby

<b class="bold">Reference:    Subsurface Exploration</b><b class="bold">              Direction Drill Crossing at Rich Creek</b><b class="bold">              Lexington, North Carolina</b><b class="bold">              CESI Project No. 050203.001</b>

Gentlemen:

Engineering & Surveying, Inc. has completed the subsurface exploration and laboratory testing services for the referenced project. We performed these services in general conformance with our proposal no. 05-01-56 and as authorized by Mr. David Willoughby. This report presents the results of our exploration.

directional drill will be utilized to install a gas line below Rich Creek near the Turner Road Rail Crossing in Lexington, North Carolina. The drilling may approach 30 feet in depth below present grades and have a length of approximately 570 linear feet.

procedures used by CESI for field sampling and testing are in general accordance with ASTM procedures and established geotechnical engineering practice. Two test borings were designated at the site by representatives of Rummel, Klepper & Kahl, LLP at the following locations (referenced to the pipe baseline):


borings were advanced with a CME 550X drill rig to depths ranging from approximately 26 1/2 to 29 feet below the...

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