for future knowledge, pour a 4000 mix, have them bring it at a 6 to 8 slump, never, never have a truck go ahead to the next pad with out the screeder (or screeders if your union)
as soon as it is screeded, bull float it then spray it with a anti-dry spray. The finisher, (finishers if your union)
will be right behind him, (or them if your union)
and hits it with a walking edger, then hits ite edge line with a mag to get rid of the edge line, then (depending on the heat of the day and the humidy) with a pad that is 4 inches thick, 5 ft on the rear and seven ft in the front and 10 feet long = 3/4 of a yard, you should be able to finish 3 pads before going back to the 1st pad to broom it and always pull the broom, never push. For future knowledge
By the way, I am a union brother
'Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways - body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming 'WOO HOO, What a Ride'