Daily Field Report
The site was visited by the undersigned AS Engineering and Consulting (ASEC) representative for the purpose of providing quality control inspection and testing services. Visual observation techniques were employed to assure compliance with project drawings/specifications, applicable codes, and materials submittals. The following observations were made on site today
Upon arrival to the site the writer observed that work had continued over the weekend on the transfer pit excavation area (located at the secondary entrance off Pittman rd, along the slope of lot 5, approximately 17 ft deep by 40 ft wide.) the pit had been filled with non structural fill.
The writer observed that the contractor was in the process of relocating the silt fences along lot 27 and lot 11, back approximately 8 – 10 feet to accommodate the designated slope that was located in an area beyond the current location of the silt fences.
The site superintendent Morris Puckett (CGU) informed the writer that most work would be suspended due to inclement weather (thunderstorms, accompanied by light rain.) Site conditions were very wet and unsuitable for most heavy construction activity.
General site conditions