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  1. Chapter 3 FieldBooks • What are the requirements for field books used to record final measurements? Chapter 3 - Field Books

  2. Field Books • Field books are source documents. • There may be times when these records will be utilized by people with little field experience. • It is important when preparing records to assume that all persons who will use the notes have no familiarity at all with the work you are recording. Chapter 3 - Field Books

  3. Field Books • Only bound field books, similar to the Dietzgen No. 88-0205 will be used. Chapter 3 - Field Books

  4. FrontCover Information • The front cover of each field book shall be identified with bold letters in permanent ink with the following information: • Federal Aid Job No. • Financial Project ID. • Contract No. • Field Book No. • State Road No. • General Contents Chapter 3 - Field Books

  5. 8 8 1 9 1 2 2 5 6 9 1 0 3 5 2 0 1 BINDER INFORMATION • The binder of each book shall be identified in permanent ink with: • The Field Book No. • The Financial Project ID. Chapter 3 - Field Books

  6. Field Book Index Page Subsoil 1-20 Sod 21-50 The contents shall be clearly indexed on the first lined page. First Page Chapter 3 - Field Books

  7. Field Book All used pages will be clearly numbered on the upper right corner on each RIGHT hand page. (There are approximately 80 pages to the standard field book.) 1 2 pages open After Indexing Chapter 3 - Field Books

  8. Field Book When recording data use a 2H or 3H pencil; never use a pencil soft enough to blur. The date, weather conditions, and the names of the field party shall be shown on the Field Book page at the beginning of each days notes. 6 Date Weather Names in Field Party Activity Chapter 3 - Field Books

  9. Sta. (+) H. I. ( - ) Elev. B.M. July 12, 2005 I. B. TIRRED ORIGINAL ROADWAY CROSS SECTS. Cloudy & Cool I. SEAY STA. 206 + 05 TO 330 + 45 Y. U. PROP B.M. # 16 2.85 26.26 23.41 For Description See N B # 875420 Pg. 55 Begin Project 26.3 206 + 05 6.3 6.9 6.6 6.4 6.7 6.6 7.5 5.0 4.10 3.96 3.95 132 125 100 75 50 40 36 20 9 0 2 4.12 4.1 12.3 13 30 35 206 + 25 7.0 7.1 6.7 6.7 6.4 6.6 7. 0 4.2 4.08 3.96 3.94 132 125 100 75 50 43 36 16 9 0 2 4.11 4.3 12.6 13 31 39 206 + 50 6.3 6.5 6.1 5.6 6.0 5.3 4.3 4.12 3.96 3.94 4.10 132 125 100 75 50 29 18 9 0 2 13 4.3 12.4 30 41 Chapter 3 - Field Books

  10. Field Books • Field notes shall be entered directly into the field books at the time & place the work is originally done. • Keeping notes on loose-leaf pages or scratch pads and transferring them to field books back at the office is PROHIBITED. Chapter 3 - Field Books

  11. Field Books • When practical, record all notes for one item in the same book and at the same place in the book. • Keep the measurements and calculations for Federal-Aid participating and non-participating items separated in field books. Final Measure Chapter 3 - Field Books

  12. Field Books • When more than one job (State or Federal) is constructed under the same contract, • Separate field books shall be kept for each job and the measurements and other data shall be kept separate for each job. Chapter 3 - Field Books

  13. Field Books • Field records for projects let under separate contracts shall NEVER be recorded in the same field book. • Field books shall contain only the records related to a single contract. Chapter 3 - Field Books

  14. Made a Mistake? DO NOT MAKE ERASURES OF ANY NOTES Chapter 3 - Field Books

  15. Made a Mistake? • Corrections are made by drawing a SINGLE line through the error and inserting the correct data. Initial and date all corrections. Chapter 3 - Field Books

  16. Sta. (+) H. I. ( - ) Elev. B.M. July 12, 2005 I. B. TIRRED ORIGINAL ROADWAY CROSS SECTS. Cloudy & Cool I. SEAY STA. 206 + 05 TO 330 + 45 Y. U. PROP B.M. # 16 2.85 26.26 23.41 For Description See N B # 875420 Pg. 55 Begin Project 26.3 206 + 05 6.3 6.9 6.6 6.4 6.7 6.6 7.5 5.0 4.10 3.96 3.95 132 125 100 75 50 40 36 20 9 0 2 4.12 4.1 12.3 13 30 35 206 + 25 7.0 7.1 6.7 6.7 6.4 6.6 7. 0 4.2 4.08 3.96 3.94 132 125 100 75 50 43 36 16 9 0 2 4.11 4.3 12.6 13 31 39 206 + 50 6.3 6.5 6.1 5.6 6.0 5.3 4.3 4.12 3.96 3.94 4.10 132 125 100 75 50 29 18 9 0 2 13 4.3 12.4 30 41 Made a Mistake? DC 5/12/05 5.4 Chapter 3 - Field Books

  17. Field Books • Do not cut or otherwise remove pages from any field book. • If an entire page is found in error, mark the original page V O I D and show a note referring to the page where that item was corrected. Chapter 3 - Field Books

  18. Field Books • Why all this emphasis on how to take notes and what to put your notes on? • Original Source Documents are a crucial part of your final estimates package. Chapter 3 - Field Books

  19. Field Books • If your project ends up in court, your records must be court room defendable. Chapter 3 - Field Books

  20. Now that we have a few basic’s down about Location survey requirements, equipment, horizontal and vertical control and setting up Field Books, let’s get back to the construction of a project. Which is where you come in. Chapter 3 - Field Books

  21. Sample Exercise # 1Field Book • Record the necessary information on the field book cover and binder on your desk provided by the instructor: • Book No. 005 • Contract No. 13468 • Fin. Proj. ID No. 16471035201 • Book Content: Original and Final Cross Sections • Fed Aid No. 1-96-2(5)160 • Road No. SR 20 Chapter 3 - Field Books

  22. Chapter 3 - Field Books

  23. ANY QUESTIONS ? Chapter 3 - Field Books