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REPORT : ISLAND VIEW 2

ROCK LEVEL SURVEY 19 September 2013

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Report : TAG arrived on site at 07:00 and set up for diving. First diver in the water at 08:48 in front of pile number 18 which on the video is referred to as pillar 1. This first area of concern is referred to as location 1. The diver did a circular search in location 1 and found a number of rocks protruding up from the slope and where the rock meets the slope with some protrusions up to one meter high. The diver proceeded to move and flatten out the rock until a more or less even rock level was achieved. As far as the diver could see there were no further rocks above the desired level. In the video the diver referred to the slope as the lip. The diver then continued his search towards the harbor entrance. The next problem area is located between pile number 15 and 16 and is referred to on the video as pillar number 3 and 4. This next area of concern is referred to as location 2. A number of rocks where found protruding about half a meter and the diver flattened out the rocks down to the desired level. It was found that one rock was not able to be flattened due to size - rock is located in front of pile 15, at the top of the slope on the existing seabed and the dimensions are about 1meter by 1 meter. The diver continued his search towards the harbor entrance. The next area of concern was located in front of pile number 13,12 and 11 and is referred to in the video as pillar number 6,7 and 8. This was referred to as location 3. The diver did a pendulum search left and right in front of pile 13. Any rocks that seemed to be protruding were moved and flattened out. The diver found one rock protruding up about half a meter in front of pile number 11 and moved it to a deeper level. No further major protrusions where found and the rock bed seemed to be even. The diver continued his search towards the harbor entrance.

System : QMS

Document Ref : QMS / Reports

Rev : 01 Authorisor : GS

Date : Apr 2013

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Report Cont.: The last area of concern was in front of pile number 4 referred to as location5. The diver did a pendulum search and leveled out a number of rocks that looked higher than the desired level. One protrusion of concern is a rock half a meter higher than the desired rock level. The diver was unable to move the rock due to its size and it being partially buried.

Summary: In general the level of rock seems even and two rocks remain which the diver was unable to move. The first rock is in line with pile number 15 and is located on the existing seabed above the slope. Above mentioned rock protrudes about 1meter up from the existing seabed. The second rock is in line with pile number 4 and is located on the rock berm about 5 meters from the pile. Above mentioned rock protrudes approximately half a meter above the rest of the rock level.

Project Manager: T.McDonald

System : QMS

Document Ref : QMS / Reports

Rev : 01 Authorisor : GS

Date : Apr 2013

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System : QMS

Document Ref : QMS / Reports

Rev : 01 Authorisor : GS

Date : Apr 2013

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