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 the following:
Work began on the damn along pond 1. The writer observed the contractor excavate a transfer pit along the non-structural areas of lot 7 and 8, with a Hitachi excavator,( approximately 15ft deep by 45 ft wide.) located exclusively in the slope area. Excavated material was transferred via 2 Volvo dump trucks to the damn area long pond 1, where a Cat Bulldozer began spreading the material.
Excavation and placement for piping was also underway from BA51 to BA52. After reaching depth, sub-grade evaluations were performed, and through visual observation and manual probing, the writer found the underlying sub-grade to be an acceptable, hard red-brown silty sand w/ rock material. 6” of 57 stone was added for the bedding prior to pipe placement on both lines. Density tests were performed on the fill compaction. Based on the density test results, visual observation of the material placed and random probing of the placed lifts, the fill placed was found to be acceptable and within plan specifications.
Pond 1 Damn
BA51 to BA52