We're also finding a "phase inspector" to do independent inspections of the foundation, electrical, plumbing, framing, and heating/cooling; and then the final inspection (drywall, appliances, roofing, code, etc -- like the inspection you do before you buy a home that's already built). We need to get a move on for this, the foundation inspection takes place after the foundation trenches are dug & the steel is placed, but before concrete is poured. The final survey is also done at this stage, to ensure the foundation is going to be in the exact, right position. The structural engineer who designed the foundation also inspects and certifies it (and provides the 10 year warranty on it). We have a couple inspectors in mind, so hopefully by tomorrow we'd have picked an inspector. Our builder said today that he thinks he can pour slab in a couple weeks, and this was evidenced by the amount of work they did on the lot today - so on to the pictures!
What's even more exciting is that you can recognize different rooms in the house now! This picture is facing the garage, the third bay is to the left (front), and the master bath is to the right, front here. The far (back) corners would be the closets for two bedrooms on the left, and the jack-and-jill bath on the right.
From left to right, you can imagine the entryway, then the dining room, and the utility/laundry room front walls.