field check

field check

1. At a field site, a survey of existing conditions; also called a field observation.
2. At an existing structure, a comparison of dimensions with those shown on drawings; also called field measure.
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From our side we immediately went on a field check to the establishment's farm in Maqaba and one of its branches in Muharraq and we ordered their closure until necessary checks and investigations are completed.
Performed full field check of alternator and it was still inoperative.
Rosprirodnadzor completed the field check of Yakutskugol.
Gunners, before you go to the field check the sight and charging handle for problems.
Mobile BlueService lets workers out in the field check and update the status of their jobs without having to contact the home office, and they can be updated automatically whenever a job changes.
Meanwhile, monitoring of Oregon deer and elk for CWD continues, and successful hunters are encouraged to visit field check stations where tissue samples are gathered.
The team submits field check reports to the growers within 24 hours of field checking (usually the same day), and lab results within the week.
Using the topographic mapping, aerial photos, control surveys, as-built information, and field check of information, SWWD prepared an exacting database of the existing drainage system for input into the modeling process.
Even if connectors were specified on the plans, a field check once framing and rough mechanicals are finished is a must, says Berkeley architect Curt Holzinger.
These field check frequencies are considerably greater than the level mandated by SCS's national headquarters for both 1990 and 1991 - that field staff would check in person five percent of the tracts with plans in their counties[14].
After the museum completed its field work, Dye conducted a field check and then fired off a letter to Bishop Museum saying the archaeological team was not finished.