Since concrete is in liquid form before drying they are able to use a pump to push it through a long tube to where ever it is needed. Seems like I get to learn as we move through the process. The pump truck has a reciever bin that the concrete trucks pull up to and pour the concrete into, which is then pumped out and into the foundation.
After we discussed the pumping not pouring of the foundation walls, we discussed the upcoming schedule. The weather turned very nice into the upper 70s so the foundation would only need a day to dry enough to remove the frames, where as the surrounding houses required 48 hours due to the 40 and 50's weather. Due to the fact that only one day was necessary for the concrete to dry the frames would be removed on Friday. That would be followed on Monday with the waterproofing, then an inspection on Tuesday, and finally on Wednesday the ground would be backfilled around the foundation walls.