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PROCEDURE FOR COMPLETION OF RESIDENT ENGINEER'S DIARY

Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 Item 4 Item 5 Item 6 Item 7 Item 8 Item 9

Item 10 Item 11 Item 12

Item 13 Item 14

Project Number. Self-explanatory. Self-explanatory. General weather statement, i.e., Fair, Clear, Cloudy, etc. High temperature for this date. Low temperature for this date. Indicate the type and amount of precipitation. Time of day of precipitation. Indicate whether the general working conditions on the entire project (or controlling phases) are either "GOOD" or "POOR". Do not use "FAIR". Include stream stages, if applicable. If working conditions are POOR, explain why. Circle the appropriate response. Total days charged, including this date. Enter the original contract time limit. If the time has been extended by approved Change Order(s), add "+xx" where "xx" is the total number of days extended. This item is self-explanatory and is to be used for ALL projects. This item should be crossed out, unless the date is between December 21

and March 15, inclusive. time (in accordance Specifications).

It should be "checked" if the date is within this

with

Subsection

108.06

of

the

Standard

Item 15

Item 16

Item 17

Item 18

Item 19

Note major surveying and/or inspection work done. At least weekly, the condition of all Traffic Control Devices should be inspected and noted. Night time inspections of Traffic Control Devices should be made as necessary and noted. Note the major Contractor operations performed. Also include unusual work such as undercut, correction of previous work, etc. At least once per week, and when significant changes occur, list the major equipment present on the project and the number of units in use that day. If the inspector is aware of any equipment broken down or otherwise not in an operable condition, a note should be made to that affect. The listing of equipment should include the make, model, and type of equipment (ex. CAT D-4 bulldozer, Cedar Rapid CR561 Paver). Note the major Contractor operations performed. Include unusual work. See instructions for Item 16 concerning Contractor's equipment. Record all instructions given to the Contractor concerning acceptability of the work and/or his performance of the contract. Record visits to the project by personnel from the Central Office, FHWA, and any other agencies which may be involved. Record decisions of significance to the project which were made by the Resident Engineer or

of which significant

the Resident Engineer was notified on this date. Record telephone conversations. Also, enter in this block information

concerning

any

traffic

accidents

which

occur

within

the

project

limits.

Item 20 Item 21

Any utility problems and delays should also be recorded Signature of the individual preparing this report. Signature or initials of the Resident Engineer.

in

this

area.

Figure 108-8 (Continued)

Rev. 2-16-04

Page 100-108

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