Ok guys, I scanned back through this thread and decided I need to requalify myself. I am not a structural engineer, nor am I a qualified, nor licensed building inspector. So, I am only representing myself as a long time observer of building practices, a frequent concrete pouring laborer, a Georgia Buggy operator, and most frequently a wheelbarrow operator. So, I consider myself barely qualified to exchange observations, and certainly not to define concrete structure requirements.
Here it is closing in on a week after the floor slab pours and the general contractor was back steering his dozer operator into pushing about 18" of fill into the trenches outside the walls, now that the inside of the walls base is stabilized by the floor slab.
And another wall on another direction:
And, while the operator was doing that, the GC placed a tube form dead center in the garage space, followed by some more fill in there:
is that they will pour concrete in the tube form to establish a footing for the center of the garage slab. Followed by more fill inside and out, before pouring an actual slab there. You can see the entrance sill for the garage: (it's the right corner space in this picture)
While there the dozer operator re-leveled the stone entrance driveway that had been kind of rutted by crane, concrete pumper, and concrete trucks. I assume he is getting ready for another Crane and then the house modules.
But, but, but, our weather forecast is not the greatest: A couple inches of snow Thursday night, then again Saturday night, followed by a Sunday of Wintery Mix, and then the temps plummet into the single digits for a couple days. Maybe not much happening here for at least a week