I am going to observe as a building construction inspector the cut that is going to be done in the near future for a parking lot. I was instructed to perform a proof rolling on the cut. I thought you were supposed to do proof rolling to see if there was either a rut or pumping before you do the compaction test using a nuclear guage. Do you need to perform a proof roll observation on a cut?
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