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BID BOOKLET

FOR HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION


OREGON DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SALEM, OREGON

STRUCTURES, SIGNING & SIGNALSSCOPE OF WORK (match plan title sheet)

REGIONAL ACTIVE TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (ATM)

PROJECTPROJECT NAME (match plan title sheet)

VARIOUS HIGHWAYSHIGHWAY (match plan title sheet)

VARIOUS COUNTIESCOUNTY (match plan title sheet)

APRIL 21, 2016BID DATE (Month Day, Year)

CLASS OF PROJECT FEDERAL AID NUMBER OR "STATE (- BUY AMERICA)"

CLASS OF WORK FROM CLASS OF WORK SHEETELECTRICAL

BID OF

SP00002_BB_Cover (2015 Specifications: 11-05-15)
(Use the following for the Bid booklet. Fill in all appropriate blanks.)
DESCRIPTION OF WORK
(Fill in the blanks with the same information that is on the plan title sheet except do not include the date. Remove underline and parentheses.)
Structures, Signing & Signals____ (Scope of Work) ____

Regional Active Traffic Management (ATM)

Project____ (Project Name) ____

Various Highways____ (Highway Name) ____

Various Counties____ (County) ____

TIME AND PLACE OF RECEIVING BIDS (BID CLOSING)
Bid Closing for the work described above will be 9:00:00 a.m. on the 21st ____ day of April___________________, 2016__. Bids will be received by Wynnette Gentemann, Construction Contracts Manager at the following time and place:
Before 9:00:00 a.m. on the day of Bid Closing:
ODOT Procurement Office - Construction Contracts Unit

3930 Fairview Industrial Drive SE,

Salem, Oregon 973021166.
Bids, Bid modifications, and Bid withdrawals will not be accepted after 9:00:00 a.m. on the day of Bid Closing.

PLACE, TIME, AND DATE OF READING BIDS (BID OPENING)

Bid Opening for the work described above will be at Oregon Department of Transportation, 3930 Fairview Industrial Drive SE, Salem, Oregon, beginning at 9:00:00 a.m. on the day of Bid Closing.



COMPLETION TIME LIMIT
(Use one of the following four completion time options, as appropriate. Fill in the blanks.)
[ Option 1. Use the following when on-site work is to be controlled. ]
Complete all Work to be done under the Contract before the elapse of ___ Calendar Days, or not later than __________________, whichever occurs first.
Recording of the elapse of Calendar Days will begin on the day the Contractor begins OnSite Work as defined in 00110.20.
[ Option 2. Use the following when seeding establishment or plant establishment is required. Delete what does not apply. Remove parentheses. ]

Complete all Work to be done under the Contract, except for (seeding establishment) (and) plant establishment, not later than October 31, 2017____________________.


[ Option 3. Use the following when there are two completion times. Delete what does not apply. Remove parentheses in the second paragraph as needed. ]
There are two Contract Times on this Project as follows:
(1) Complete all Work to be done under the Contract, except for __________________, not later than ____________________.
(2) Complete all Work to be done under the Contract (, except for (seeding establishment) (and) plant establishment, ) not later than ________________.
[ Option 4. Use the following when none of the three options above apply. ]
Complete all Work to be done under the Contract not later than _______________.

CLASS OF PROJECT
(Delete word which does not apply. Remove parentheses.)
This is a (Federal-Aid) (State) (State - Buy America) Project.

CLASS OF WORK
(Use one of the following four paragraphs to list the class of work determined by using the blue "Class of Work" sheet. Delete the paragraphs that do not apply. Select the class(es) from the list below (cut and paste).)
The Class of Work for this Project is: Electrical_________________________.
The Class of Work for this Project is the combination of 1) ______________________ & 2) ______________________.
The Class of Work for this Project is either: A) ______________________________, or B) _________________________.
The Class of Work for this Project is either: A) __________________________, or B) the combination of 1) ________________________ & 2) _________________________.
(Use this list to fill in the blanks above. Delete this list when finished.)
Earthwork and Drainage

Bridges and Structures

Painting

Rock Production

Aggregate Bases

Asphalt Concrete Paving and Oiling

Portland Cement Concrete Paving

Pavement Markings

Signing

Electrical



Landscaping

Miscellaneous Highway Appurtenances

Buildings

APPLICABLE SPECIAL PROVISIONS

The Special Provisions booklet applicable to the above-described work, for which Bids will be opened at the place, time, and date stated above, is that which contains the exact information as shown above on this page.


Bidders are cautioned against basing their Bids on a booklet bearing any different description, date(s), class of project, or class of work.

SPECIAL PROVISIONS

FOR HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION


OREGON DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SALEM, OREGON

STRUCTURES, SIGNING, & SIGNALSSCOPE OF WORK (match plan title sheet)

REGIONAL ACTIVE TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (ATM)

PROJECTPROJECT NAME (match plan title sheet)

VARIOUS HIGHWAYSHIGHWAY (match plan title sheet)

VARIOUS COUNTIESCOUNTY (match plan title sheet)

APRIL 21, 2016BID DATE (Month Day, Year)

If a prebid meeting is required, place prebid information here. Otherwise delete this field.
SP00004_SP_Cover (2015 Specifications: 11-05-15)
(Use the following with the Special Provisions booklet. Fill in all appropriate blanks.)
DESCRIPTION OF WORK
(Fill in the blanks with the same information that is on the plan title sheet except do not include the date. Remove underline and parentheses.)
Structures, Signing & Signals____ (Scope of Work) ____

Regional Active Traffic Management (ATM)

Project____ (Project Name) ____

Various Highways____ (Highway Name) ____

Various Counties____ (County) ____

TIME AND PLACE OF RECEIVING BIDS (BID CLOSING)
Bid Closing for the work described above will be 9:00:00 a.m. on the 21st____ day of April___________________, 2016__. Bids will be received by Wynnette Gentemann, Construction Contracts Manager at the following time and place:
Before 9:00:00 a.m. on the day of Bid Closing:
ODOT Procurement Office - Construction Contracts Unit

3930 Fairview Industrial Drive SE,

Salem, Oregon 973021166.
Bids, Bid modifications, and Bid withdrawals will not be accepted after 9:00:00 a.m. on the day of Bid Closing.

PLACE, TIME, AND DATE OF READING BIDS (BID OPENING)
Bid Opening for the work described above will be at Oregon Department of Transportation, 3930 Fairview Industrial Drive SE, Salem, Oregon, beginning at 9:00:00 a.m. on the day of Bid Closing.

COMPLETION TIME LIMIT
(Use one of the following four completion time options, as appropriate. Fill in the blanks.)
[ Option 1. Use the following when on-site work is to be controlled. ]
Complete all Work to be done under the Contract before the elapse of ___ Calendar Days, or not later than __________________, whichever occurs first.
Recording of the elapse of Calendar Days will begin on the day the Contractor begins OnSite Work as defined in 00110.20.
[ Option 2. Use the following when seeding establishment or plant establishment is required. Delete what does not apply. Remove parentheses. ]
Complete all Work to be done under the Contract, except for (seeding establishment) (and) plant establishment, not later than October 31, 2017____________________.
[ Option 3. Use the following when there are two completion times. Delete what does not apply. Remove parentheses in the second paragraph as needed. ]
There are two Contract Times on this Project as follows:
(1) Complete all Work to be done under the Contract, except for __________________, not later than ____________________.
(2) Complete all Work to be done under the Contract (, except for (seeding establishment) (and) plant establishment, ) not later than ________________.
[ Option 4. Use the following when none of the three options above apply. ]
Complete all Work to be done under the Contract not later than ____________________.

CLASS OF PROJECT
(Delete words which do not apply. Remove parentheses.)
This is a (Federal-Aid) (State) (State - Buy America) Project.

CLASS OF WORK
(Use one of the following four paragraphs to list the class of work determined by using the blue "Class of Work" sheet. Delete the paragraphs that do not apply. Select the class(es) from the list below (cut and paste).)

The Class of Work for this Project is: Electrical_________________________.


The Class of Work for this Project is the combination of 1) _______________________ & 2) __________________________.
The Class of Work for this Project is either: A) ______________________________, or B) __________________________.
The Class of Work for this Project is either: A) _______________________, or B) the combination of 1) _________________________ & 2) _________________________.
(Use this list to fill in the blanks above. Delete this list when finished.)
Earthwork and Drainage

Bridges and Structures

Painting

Rock Production

Aggregate Bases

Asphalt Concrete Paving and Oiling

Portland Cement Concrete Paving

Pavement Markings

Signing

Electrical



Landscaping

Miscellaneous Highway Appurtenances

Buildings

PROJECT INFORMATION

Information pertaining to this Project may be obtained from the following:




(Use the following paragraph for ODOT administered projects. Fill in the name, address, city, zip code, email, and fax number. Obtain the information from the Project Leader.)
Ron Larson________(Name)________, Project Manager, 6000 SW Raab Rd_____(Address)_____, Portland 97221_____(City and Zip)_____; Email  Ronald.Larson@odot.state.or.us_____(Email)_____, or Fax 503-673-5225_____(Fax Number)_____. All requests for information must be in writing with reference to the Project name.
(Use the following two paragraphs for Consultant or Local Agency administered projects. Fill in the names, addresses, cities, zip codes, email, and fax number. Obtain the ODOT information from the Project Leader.)
________(Consultant or Local Agency Name)________, Project Manager, ______(Consultant Company Name or Local Agency Name)______, _____(Address)_____, _____(City and Zip)_____; Email _____(Email)_____, or Fax _____(Fax Number)_____. All requests for information must be in writing with reference to the Project name.
________(ODOT Name)________, ODOT Local Agency Program Liaison, _____(Address)_____, _____(City and Zip)_____; Email _____(Email)_____, or Fax _____(Fax Number)_____. All requests for information must be in writing with reference to the Project name.

SP00010_TOC_FED (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14)
(Follow all instructions. If there are no instructions then include the line on all projects. Delete what does not apply. Remove all instructions before preparing the final document.)

TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR SPECIAL PROVISIONS
REQUIRED CONTRACT PROVISIONS FOR FEDERAL-AID CONTRACTS (FHWA-1273)

ON-SITE WORKFORCE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION REQUIREMENTS FOR WOMEN AND MINORITIES ON FEDERAL-AID CONTRACTS

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PROVISIONS

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY-ASPIRATIONAL TARGET PROVISIONS

ODOT POLICY STATEMENT DBE PROGRAM

DBE SUPPLEMENTAL REQUIRED CONTRACT PROVISIONS

ASSIGNED DBE CONTRACT GOAL

REIMBURSABLE FEDERAL ON-THE-JOB AND APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING



(Use when reimbursable OJT and apprenticeship training is required. Obtain information from the Office of Civil Rights. Include "Training" bid item with quantity and $20 bid amount.)

TRIBAL EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS OFFICE CODE (Use when there is work on the Umatilla Indian Reservation or within the Memorandum of Understanding Exhibit A boundaries.)

TRIBAL EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS ORDINANCE (Use when there is work on the Grand Ronde Indian Reservation or within the Memorandum of Understanding Exhibit A boundaries.)

INDIAN PREFERENCE IN EMPLOYMENT ON FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY PROJECTS (Use when there is work on the Umatilla or Grand Ronde Indian Reservation or within the Memorandum of Understanding Exhibit A boundaries.)

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (Use when there is work on the Umatilla or Grand Ronde Indian Reservation or within the Memorandum of Understanding Exhibit A boundaries.)

AMENDMENT #1 TO MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (Use when there is work on the Grand Ronde Indian Reservation or within the Grand Ronde Memorandum of Understanding Exhibit A boundaries.)

INDIAN GOALS AND COMPLIANCE FEE (Use when there are assigned Indian Employment Preference Goals, assigned Indian Subcontractor Goals, or when there is a Compliance Fee on the project.)

RAILROAD CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS (Use only with railroad involvement.)


PROJECT WAGE RATES

WEB SITE ADDRESSES



WORK TO BE DONE 52

SP00110 (2015 Specifications: 04-23-15) 53

SECTION 00110 - ORGANIZATION, CONVENTIONS, ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS 53

SP00120 (2015 Specifications: 09-03-15) 53

SECTION 00120 - BIDDING REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES 53

SP00130 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 57

SECTION 00130 - AWARD AND EXECUTION OF CONTRACT 57

SP00140 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 58

SECTION 00140 - SCOPE OF WORK 58

SECTION 00150 - CONTROL OF WORK 58

SP00160 (2015 Specifications: 10-08-15) (This Section may require SP00235.) 70

SECTION 00160 - SOURCE OF MATERIALS 70

(Use the following subsection .40 on projects for Agency-furnished material sources. Include SP235 when using this subsection.) 73

00160.40  Agency-Furnished Sources - Add the following paragraph after the paragraph that begins "The Agency may list in the…": 73

Agency-Furnished Sources for this Project are listed in Section 00235 of these Special Provisions. 73

(Use the following subsection .50(b) when manufacture or production of aggregate material is required from Agency-Controlled Lands.) 73

00160.50(b)  Waste, Excess, and By-Product Materials - In the paragraph that begins "All waste, excess, and by-product…", replace the first sentence with the following sentence: 73

All waste, excess, and byproduct materials, collectively referred to in this Subsection as "ByProducts", from the manufacture or production of Aggregate Materials from AgencyControlled Lands shall remain Agency property. 73

SP00165 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 73

SsECTION 00165 - QUALITY OF MATERIALS 73

SP00170 (2015 Specifications: 04-23-15) 74

SSECTION 00170 - LEGAL RELATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 74

SECTION 00180 - PROSECUTION AND PROGRESS 78

SP00190 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 87

SECTION 00190 - MEASUREMENT OF PAY QUANTITIES 87

SP00195 (2015 Specifications: 08-06-15) 88

SECTION 00195 - PAYMENT 88

SP00196 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 93

SECTION 00196 - PAYMENT FOR EXTRA WORK 93

SP00197 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 93

SECTION 00197 - PAYMENT FOR FORCE ACCOUNT WORK 93

SP00199 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 93

SECTION 00199 - DISAGREEMENTS, PROTESTS, AND CLAIMS 93

SP00210 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 95

SECTION 00210 - MOBILIZATION 95

SP00220 (2015 Specifications: 06-11-15) 95

SECTION 00220 - ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PUBLIC TRAFFIC 95

SP00225 (2015 Specifications: 04-23-15) (This Section requires SP02910.) 103

(NOTE: All Federal-aid projects, including local government projects, that are advertised and awarded by ODOT require "Method 'A' Unit Basis" measurement [see Standard Specifications 00225.80].) 103

SECTION 00225 - WORK ZONE TRAFFIC CONTROL 103

(This page is only used to provide a list of standard drawings to the specification writer for listing on the plan title sheet. Remove this page before advance and final.) 108

NUMBER OF TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN SHEETS: _____ 108

(Add or delete Standard Drawings, as applicable.) 108

To be accompanied by Standard Drawings: 108

RD410 Guardrail Parts (Thrie Beam) 108

RD420 Energy Absorbing Terminal 108

RD425 Non Energy-Absorbing Terminal 3' or 4' Flare 108

RD500 Precast Concrete Barrier Pin and Loop Assembly 108

RD510 Concrete Barrier Terminal 108

RD530 Guardrail Transition to Concrete Barrier 108

RD535 Concrete Barrier (Modified) Around Median Obstacle 108

RD545 Precast Tall (42") Concrete Barrier 108

RD560 Cast-in-Place Tall Barrier Transition to Standard Concrete Barrier 108

BR203 Transition Concrete Bridge Rail to Guardrail 108

TM204 Flag Board Mounting Details 108

TM211 Signing Details US & Interstate Route Shields 108

TM212 Signing Details Oregon Route Signs 108

TM570 Traffic Delineators 108

TM575 Traffic Delineator Installation for Freeways 108

TM576 Traffic Delineator Installation for Non-Freeways 109

TM670 Wood Post Sign Supports 109

TM671 3 Second Gust Wind Speed Map 109

TM677 Sign Mounts 109

TM681, TM687, TM688 Perforated Steel Square Tube (PSST)Sign Support Installation and Foundation 109

TM800 Tables, Abrupt Edge and PCMS Details 109

TM810 Temporary Pavement Markers 109

TM820 Temporary Barricades 109

TM821 Temporary Sign Supports 109

TM830 Temporary Concrete Barrier & Rumble Strip Details 109

TM831, TM832 Temporary Impact Attenuators 109

TM840 Closure Details 109

TM841 Intersection Work Zone Details 109

TM842 Signalized Intersection Details 109

TM843 Multi-Lane Signalized Intersection Details 109

TM844 Temporary Pedestrian Access Routing 109

TM850 2 Lane, 2-Way Roadways 109

TM851, TM852, TM853 Non-Freeway Multi-Lane Sections 109

TM860, TM861, TM862 Freeway Sections 109

TM870 Bridge Construction 109

TM871 Blasting Zones 109

TM880 Freeway or Divided Highway Speed Reduction (Paving 109

Operations) 109

SSECTION 00234 - TEMPORARY PEDESTRIAN ACCESS 109

SECTION 00236 - TEMPORARY WORK ACCESS 113

117

SECTION 00253 –  TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION ELEMENTS 117



Section 00253, which is not a Standard Specification, is included in this Project by Special Provision. 117

00253.00 Scope - This work consists of designing constructing, and restoring temporary construction elements. Temporary construction elements include but are not limited to: temporary access roads, work areas, staging areas, and stockpile sites; specifically construction elements that alter the slope and/or induce loads. 117

00253.02 Definitions - 117

Mitigation Measures - Design elements necessary to maintain slope stability, prevent slope instability and landslides, control erosion, provide and control temporary surface/subsurface drainage for all temporary construction elements. 117

Staging Area – An area within the project limits where equipment and vehicles are parked or stored when they are not in use. 117

Stockpile Site – A site within the project limits where material is placed prior to installation. 117

Temporary Access Road - A temporary road to provide access to areas within the project limits where construction activities are to take place. 117

Work Area – A place within the project limits that has been altered for equipment to be positioned and perform work. 117

00253.05 Submittals - Submit stamped working drawings and designs calculations according to 00150.35 for all temporary construction elements. The Engineer will approve or reject the submittal within 21 calendar days of receipt. Promptly submit any additional information or revised plan sheets. Allow 21 calendar days for the Engineer to approve and return any additional information or revised plan sheets. 118

All approvals given by the Engineer will be subject to trial in the field and will not relieve the Contractor of the responsibility to satisfactorily complete the work. Submit requests for modification of adopted procedures to the Engineer. Allow 21 calendar days for approval of modifications. 118

Do not begin construction, modifications, or restoration of temporary construction elements until the submittals have been approved by the Engineer. 118

Temporary Construction Element Plan shall include: 118

Written narrative - describes temporary construction elements that will be constructed within the project limits; equipment and its placement; areas needed for movement and staging of equipment and vehicles, materials, construction activities, and the time period that the temporary construction element plan will be in effect. 118

Working drawings - 11" x 17" size drawings shall be provided. Drawings shall include but not limited to: 118

General notes - necessary information for design and construction including testing, materials, material properties. and mitigation measures. 118

Plan view - horizontal geometry of the proposed temporary construction element(s). This includes any additional design features, mitigation measures, and/or structures which would affect performance of the temporary construction element(s) as well as any information for construction. 118

Profile – vertical geometry showing cuts and fills as well as any information on construction of the temporary construction elements and any mitigation measures. 118

Typical Sections – detailing of surfacing, width, stationing of cut slopes, fill, erosion measures, slope stabilization, materials, and control of surface/subsurface drainage. 119

3) Slope Stability Analyses - Provide slope stability analyses in critical areas such as landslides or landslide terrain, and steep slopes near structures or roadways,landslides. Slope stability analysis shall include all features including but not limited to cut slopes, equipment loads, fills, shallow subsurface water conditions, and structures that reduce slope stability. Provide mitigations for slope instability related to construction and/or use of temporary construction elements and all other alterations of the ground surface. Earthwork is not allowed which would reduce the global stability of any existing landslide. The minimum acceptable Factor of Safety is 1.35 for the stability of any cut or fill planned for temporary construction elements. Show all loading, stockpiling, and which are applicable in design analyses. 119

Temporary Construction Element Restoration Plan – Provide designs and details for removing temporary construction elements such as access roads, work areas, staging areas, and stockpiles sites. Designs shall include but not be limited to items such as: permanent erosion control, mitigation measures, surface runoff, and drainage. This submittal shall be provided 30 days prior to the expiration of the most current and approved Temporary Construction Element Plan. This plan will not have a net increase of permanent loading from what exists prior to the start of construction. 119

Should working conditions differ in the field or time periods change, the Contractor shall provide another submittal for approval reflecting the actual conditions/time at no additional cost to the Agency. 119

00253.06 Geotechnical Reports - Geotechnical reports with subsurface information are available from the Engineer. 119

Materials 119

00253.10 Material – Provide materials for temporary construction elements meeting the requirements of the applicable parts of Section 00330. 119

Construction 120

00253.40 Temporary Construction Element Construction and Restoration – Construct and restore temporary construction elements within the limits approved by the Engineer. Cuts, fills, loading, drainage, and stockpiling may adversely affect the stability of existing sitelandslide areasslopes. Provide mitigations for slope instability related to construction of the temporary construction element(s). 120

00253.49 Performance - Construct and restore temporary construction elements according to the approved plans. Do not deviate from the approved plans. 120

Measurement 120

00250.80 Measurement – No measurement of quantities will be made for work performed under this Section. 120

Payment 120

00253.90 Payment – The accepted quantities of work performed under this Section will be paid for on an lump sum basis for the Contract item “Temporary Construction Elements”. 120

Payment will be in full for furnishing and placing all materials, and for furnishing all equipment, labor, and incidentals necessary to complete the work as specified. 120

No separate or additional payment will be made for designing, maintaining, and restoring temporary construction elements. 120

SP00280 (2015 Specifications: 07-02-15) (This Section requires SP02320. 120

Requires SP01030 when 121

Temporary seeding is required.) 121

SECTION 00280 - EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL 121

SECTION 00290 - ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 123

SECTION 00294 - CONTAMINATED MEDIA 143

SECTION 00296 - PAINT AND PAINTED MATERIALS 165

SECTION 00297 - PCB AND MERCURY CONTAINING EQUIPMENT 174

SP00305 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) (This Section requires SP00150 to 178

establish survey responsibilities 178

in 00150.15.) 178

(Use this Section when Contractor Surveying is required. Check with Designer. Do not modify the "Construction Surveying Manual for Contractors" in these special provisions.) 178

SECTION 00305 - CONSTRUCTION SURVEY WORK 178

SP00310 (2015 Specifications: 07-16-15) 179

SECTION 00310 - REMOVAL OF STRUCTURES AND OBSTRUCTIONS 179

(Use the following lead-in paragraph when subsections .80 or .92 are included in the project.) 180

Comply with Section 00310 of the Standard Specifications modified as follows: 180

(Use the following subsection .80 only when saw cutting is included as a pay item.) 180

00310.80  Measurement - Add the following to the end of the length and area bullet: 180

Asphalt pavement cutting will be the length of the actual cut based on a depth of 6 inches. If the depth is greater than 6 inches, the length will be adjusted by converting to an equivalent number of feet on a proportionate length basis. 180

(Use the following subsection .92 only when saw cutting is included as a pay item.) 180

00310.92  Separate Item Basis - Add the following pay item to the pay item list: 180

(g) Asphalt Pavement Saw Cutting Foot 180

Add the following paragraph to the end of this subsection: 180

Item (g) applies to asphalt pavement saw cutting when shown. 180

SP00320 (2015 Specifications: 01-08-15) 180

SECTION 00320 - CLEARING AND GRUBBING 181

(Use the following subsection .90 when vegetation or materials are to be saved.) 183

00320.90  Payment - Replace the paragraph that begins "No separate or additional payment…" with the following paragraph: 183

No separate or additional payment will be made for work zone fencing. 183

SP00330 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) (This Section may require SP235.) 183

SECTION 00330 - EARTHWORK 183

SP00440 (2015 Specifications: 09-03-15) (This Section requires 186

SP02010 and SP02050.) 186

SECTION 00440 - COMMERCIAL GRADE CONCRETE 186

SP00596B (2015 Specifications: 01-15-15) (This Section requires 187

SP02010 & SP02050.) 187

SECTION 0B596 - PREFABRICATED MODULAR RETAINING WALLS 187

SECTION 00640 - AGGREGATE BASE AND SHOULDERS 207

SP00730 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 208

SECTION 00730 - EMULSIFIED ASPHALT TACK COAT 208

SECTION 00744 - ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT 208

(Use the following lead-in paragraph and one of the following subsection .51's when traffic restrictions are required. Obtain information from the pavement designer. Delete what does not apply.) 209

Add the following subsection: 209

[ Use this .51 when paving through the top base course is required. ] 209

00744.51  Opening Sections to Traffic - Schedule work so that, during the same shift, the surfaces being paved are paved full width and length through the top base course before opening to traffic. Traffic will be allowed on the top base course up to ____ Calendar Days. 209

Before beginning wearing course paving operations, make repairs to the existing surface as directed. Payment for the repairs will be made according to 00195.20. 209

[ Use this .51 when paving through the wearing course is required. ] 209

00744.51  Opening Sections to Traffic - Schedule work so that, during the same shift, the surfaces being paved are paved full width and length through the wearing course before opening to traffic. 209

SECTION 00759 - MISCELLANEOUS PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE STRUCTURES 209

SECTION 00810 - METAL GUARDRAIL 213

SP00820 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) (This Section requires 214

SP02010 & SP02050.) 214

SECTION 00820 - CONCRETE BARRIER 214

SECTION 00822 - GLARE SHIELDS 215

SP00850 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 219

(When this Section is used on a project and when it has a completion date of September 15 or later, contact the Scheduler to determine if a separate completion date for striping is required. If a separate completion date is required, include an interim completion date in 00180.50(h).) 219

SECTION 00850 - COMMON PROVISIONS FOR PAVEMENT MARKINGS 219

SP00851 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 220

SECTION 00851 - PAVEMENT MARKING REMOVAL 220

SP00865 (2015 Specifications: 07-16-15) (This Section requires SP00850.) 221

SECTION 00865 - LONGITUDINAL PAVEMENT MARKINGS - DURABLE 221

(Use the following lead-in paragraph and bullets when Method D: Wet Weather Markings are required.) 222

Add the following bullet and sub-bullets to the end of the bullet list: 222

Method D: Wet Weather Markings - Apply markings with an extrusion, ribbon, or spray process and according to the following: 222

For grooved markings, grind the slot depth as shown. Apply the specified marking material into the slot so the slot is filled from edge to edge as shown. The top of the marking shall be flat or slightly convex. 222

For profiled markings, apply markings with an extrusion or ribbon process. Place lines and bumps straight and square. 222

(Use the following subsection .90 when including pay items for any of the following: 222

Pavement Marking Tape 222

Wet Weather Pavement Marking Tape 222

Wet Weather Methyl Methacrylate 222

Wet Weather Thermoplastic) 222

00865.90  Payment -  222

(Use the following paragraph and pay items when pavement marking tape or wet weather pavement marking tape is included in the project. Delete items that do not apply. Remove "s" for the word "items" and remove the word "and" when only one pay item is included. Do not change the alpha characters (e) or (f).) 222

Replace pay items (e) and (f) with the following pay items: 223

(e) Pavement Marking Tape, _____, _____ Foot 223

(f) Pavement Marking Tape, _____, _____, Wet Weather Foot 223

(Use the following paragraph, heading, and pay items when wet weather methyl methacrylate or wet weather thermoplastic is included in the project. Delete items that do not apply. Remove "s" for the word "items". Do not change the alpha characters (i) or (j).) 223

Add the following heading and pay items: 223

Method D (Wet Weather Markings) 223

(i) Methyl Methacrylate, Wet Weather, _____, _____ Foot 223

(j) Thermoplastic, Wet Weather, _____, _____ Foot 223

(Use each of the following four paragraphs when any of the pay items listed in the paragraph are included in the pay items listed above. Delete pay item letters that are not listed above. Remove "s" for the word "items" and remove the word "and" when only one pay item is included.) 223

Replace the paragraph that begins "In items (e) and (f)…" with the following paragraphs: 223

In items (e) and (f), “RolledIn” or “Grooved” will be inserted in the first blank and "Patterned" or "NonPatterned" will be inserted in the second blank. 223

Add the following paragraph after the paragraph that begins "In Items (e) and (f)…": 223

In items (i) and (j), the word "Surface" or "Grooved" will be inserted in the first blank and the word "Profiled" or "NonProfiled" will be inserted in the second blank. 224

SP00867 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) (This Section requires SP00850.) 225

SECTION 00867 - TRANSVERSE PAVEMENT MARKINGS - LEGENDS AND BARS 225

SP00905 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 226

SECTION 00905 - REMOVAL AND REINSTALLATION OF EXISTING SIGNS 226

SECTION 00910 - WOOD SIGN POSTS 226

SP00920 (2015 Specifications: 10-08-15) (This Section requires 227

SP00440 & SP02560) 227

SECTION 00920 - SIGN SUPPORT FOOTINGS 227

SECTION 00921 - MAJOR SIGN SUPPORT DRILLED SHAFTS 231

SECTION 00930 - METAL SIGN SUPPORTS 235

SP00940 (2015 Specifications: 04-23-15) (This Section requires SP02910) 238

SECTION 00940 - SIGNS 238

SECTION 00950 - REMOVAL OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 239

SECTION 00960 - COMMON PROVISIONS FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 240

SP00965 (2015 Specifications: 11-27-14) (This Section requires SP02560 242

& ITS Specifications which are 242

available from the ITS Unit. 242

All ITS specification require approval 242

from the Sr. Specifications Engineer 242

before use in this project) 242

SECTION 00965 - METAL CAMERA POLES AND FOUNDATIONS 242

SP00970 (2015 Specifications: 01-08-15) (This Section requires SP00960. 251

Requires SP00962 for supports.) 251

SECTION 00970 - HIGHWAY ILLUMINATION 251

SP00990 (2015 Specifications: 08-20-15) (This Section requires SP00960 252

May require SP02925. Requires 252

SP00962 for traffic signal supports.) 252

SECTION 00990 - TRAFFIC SIGNALS 252

SECTION 00995 – INTELLIGENT TRANSPORtATIONTRANSPORATION SYSTEMS 254

SP01030 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 284

SECTION 01030 - SEEDING 284

SSECTION 01040 - PLANTING 287

SP01050 (2015 Specifications: 10-15-15) (This Section requires 289

SP00440 & SP02190.) 289

SECTION 01050 - FENCES 289

SP01120 (2015 Specifications: 10-08-15) (This Section requires SP00440 291

when thrust blocks are required.) 291

SECTION 01120 - IRRIGATION SYSTEMS 291

SP02010 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 294

SECTION 02010 - PORTLAND CEMENT 294

SP02050 (2015 Specifications: 06-25-15) 295

SECTION 02050 - CURING MATERIALS 295

SP02190 (2015 Specifications: 10-15-15) 295

SECTION 02190 - PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT OF LUMBER 295

SECTION 02320 - GEOSYNTHETICS 296

SP02560 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 301

SECTION 02560 - FASTENERS 301

SECTION 02910 - SIGN MATERIALS 302



COATING SYSTEM WARRANTY AND PERFORMANCE BOND (Use when the project requires a coating system warranty under 00594.75.)
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WORK TO BE DONE 52

SP00110 (2015 Specifications: 04-23-15) 53

SECTION 00110 - ORGANIZATION, CONVENTIONS, ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS 53

SP00120 (2015 Specifications: 09-03-15) 53

SECTION 00120 - BIDDING REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES 53

SP00130 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 57

SECTION 00130 - AWARD AND EXECUTION OF CONTRACT 57

SP00140 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 58

SECTION 00140 - SCOPE OF WORK 58

SECTION 00150 - CONTROL OF WORK 58

SP00160 (2015 Specifications: 10-08-15) (This Section may require SP00235.) 70

SECTION 00160 - SOURCE OF MATERIALS 70

(Use the following subsection .40 on projects for Agency-furnished material sources. Include SP235 when using this subsection.) 73

00160.40  Agency-Furnished Sources - Add the following paragraph after the paragraph that begins "The Agency may list in the…": 73

Agency-Furnished Sources for this Project are listed in Section 00235 of these Special Provisions. 73

(Use the following subsection .50(b) when manufacture or production of aggregate material is required from Agency-Controlled Lands.) 73

00160.50(b)  Waste, Excess, and By-Product Materials - In the paragraph that begins "All waste, excess, and by-product…", replace the first sentence with the following sentence: 73

All waste, excess, and byproduct materials, collectively referred to in this Subsection as "ByProducts", from the manufacture or production of Aggregate Materials from AgencyControlled Lands shall remain Agency property. 73

SP00165 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 73

SsECTION 00165 - QUALITY OF MATERIALS 73

SP00170 (2015 Specifications: 04-23-15) 74

SSECTION 00170 - LEGAL RELATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 74

SECTION 00180 - PROSECUTION AND PROGRESS 78

SP00190 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 87

SECTION 00190 - MEASUREMENT OF PAY QUANTITIES 87

SP00195 (2015 Specifications: 08-06-15) 88

SECTION 00195 - PAYMENT 88

SP00196 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 93

SECTION 00196 - PAYMENT FOR EXTRA WORK 93

SP00197 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 93

SECTION 00197 - PAYMENT FOR FORCE ACCOUNT WORK 93

SP00199 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 93

SECTION 00199 - DISAGREEMENTS, PROTESTS, AND CLAIMS 93

SP00210 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 95

SECTION 00210 - MOBILIZATION 95

SP00220 (2015 Specifications: 06-11-15) 95

SECTION 00220 - ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PUBLIC TRAFFIC 95

SP00225 (2015 Specifications: 04-23-15) (This Section requires SP02910.) 103

(NOTE: All Federal-aid projects, including local government projects, that are advertised and awarded by ODOT require "Method 'A' Unit Basis" measurement [see Standard Specifications 00225.80].) 103

SECTION 00225 - WORK ZONE TRAFFIC CONTROL 103

(This page is only used to provide a list of standard drawings to the specification writer for listing on the plan title sheet. Remove this page before advance and final.) 108

NUMBER OF TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN SHEETS: _____ 108

(Add or delete Standard Drawings, as applicable.) 108

To be accompanied by Standard Drawings: 108

RD410 Guardrail Parts (Thrie Beam) 108

RD420 Energy Absorbing Terminal 108

RD425 Non Energy-Absorbing Terminal 3' or 4' Flare 108

RD500 Precast Concrete Barrier Pin and Loop Assembly 108

RD510 Concrete Barrier Terminal 108

RD530 Guardrail Transition to Concrete Barrier 108

RD535 Concrete Barrier (Modified) Around Median Obstacle 108

RD545 Precast Tall (42") Concrete Barrier 108

RD560 Cast-in-Place Tall Barrier Transition to Standard Concrete Barrier 108

BR203 Transition Concrete Bridge Rail to Guardrail 108

TM204 Flag Board Mounting Details 108

TM211 Signing Details US & Interstate Route Shields 108

TM212 Signing Details Oregon Route Signs 108

TM570 Traffic Delineators 108

TM575 Traffic Delineator Installation for Freeways 108

TM576 Traffic Delineator Installation for Non-Freeways 109

TM670 Wood Post Sign Supports 109

TM671 3 Second Gust Wind Speed Map 109

TM677 Sign Mounts 109

TM681, TM687, TM688 Perforated Steel Square Tube (PSST)Sign Support Installation and Foundation 109

TM800 Tables, Abrupt Edge and PCMS Details 109

TM810 Temporary Pavement Markers 109

TM820 Temporary Barricades 109

TM821 Temporary Sign Supports 109

TM830 Temporary Concrete Barrier & Rumble Strip Details 109

TM831, TM832 Temporary Impact Attenuators 109

TM840 Closure Details 109

TM841 Intersection Work Zone Details 109

TM842 Signalized Intersection Details 109

TM843 Multi-Lane Signalized Intersection Details 109

TM844 Temporary Pedestrian Access Routing 109

TM850 2 Lane, 2-Way Roadways 109

TM851, TM852, TM853 Non-Freeway Multi-Lane Sections 109

TM860, TM861, TM862 Freeway Sections 109

TM870 Bridge Construction 109

TM871 Blasting Zones 109

TM880 Freeway or Divided Highway Speed Reduction (Paving 109

Operations) 109

SSECTION 00234 - TEMPORARY PEDESTRIAN ACCESS 109

SECTION 00236 - TEMPORARY WORK ACCESS 113

117

SECTION 00253 –  TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION ELEMENTS 117



Section 00253, which is not a Standard Specification, is included in this Project by Special Provision. 117

00253.00 Scope - This work consists of designing constructing, and restoring temporary construction elements. Temporary construction elements include but are not limited to: temporary access roads, work areas, staging areas, and stockpile sites; specifically construction elements that alter the slope and/or induce loads. 117

00253.02 Definitions - 117

Mitigation Measures - Design elements necessary to maintain slope stability, prevent slope instability and landslides, control erosion, provide and control temporary surface/subsurface drainage for all temporary construction elements. 117

Staging Area – An area within the project limits where equipment and vehicles are parked or stored when they are not in use. 117

Stockpile Site – A site within the project limits where material is placed prior to installation. 117

Temporary Access Road - A temporary road to provide access to areas within the project limits where construction activities are to take place. 117

Work Area – A place within the project limits that has been altered for equipment to be positioned and perform work. 117

00253.05 Submittals - Submit stamped working drawings and designs calculations according to 00150.35 for all temporary construction elements. The Engineer will approve or reject the submittal within 21 calendar days of receipt. Promptly submit any additional information or revised plan sheets. Allow 21 calendar days for the Engineer to approve and return any additional information or revised plan sheets. 118

All approvals given by the Engineer will be subject to trial in the field and will not relieve the Contractor of the responsibility to satisfactorily complete the work. Submit requests for modification of adopted procedures to the Engineer. Allow 21 calendar days for approval of modifications. 118

Do not begin construction, modifications, or restoration of temporary construction elements until the submittals have been approved by the Engineer. 118

Temporary Construction Element Plan shall include: 118

Written narrative - describes temporary construction elements that will be constructed within the project limits; equipment and its placement; areas needed for movement and staging of equipment and vehicles, materials, construction activities, and the time period that the temporary construction element plan will be in effect. 118

Working drawings - 11" x 17" size drawings shall be provided. Drawings shall include but not limited to: 118

General notes - necessary information for design and construction including testing, materials, material properties. and mitigation measures. 118

Plan view - horizontal geometry of the proposed temporary construction element(s). This includes any additional design features, mitigation measures, and/or structures which would affect performance of the temporary construction element(s) as well as any information for construction. 118

Profile – vertical geometry showing cuts and fills as well as any information on construction of the temporary construction elements and any mitigation measures. 118

Typical Sections – detailing of surfacing, width, stationing of cut slopes, fill, erosion measures, slope stabilization, materials, and control of surface/subsurface drainage. 119

3) Slope Stability Analyses - Provide slope stability analyses in critical areas such as landslides or landslide terrain, and steep slopes near structures or roadways,landslides. Slope stability analysis shall include all features including but not limited to cut slopes, equipment loads, fills, shallow subsurface water conditions, and structures that reduce slope stability. Provide mitigations for slope instability related to construction and/or use of temporary construction elements and all other alterations of the ground surface. Earthwork is not allowed which would reduce the global stability of any existing landslide. The minimum acceptable Factor of Safety is 1.35 for the stability of any cut or fill planned for temporary construction elements. Show all loading, stockpiling, and which are applicable in design analyses. 119

Temporary Construction Element Restoration Plan – Provide designs and details for removing temporary construction elements such as access roads, work areas, staging areas, and stockpiles sites. Designs shall include but not be limited to items such as: permanent erosion control, mitigation measures, surface runoff, and drainage. This submittal shall be provided 30 days prior to the expiration of the most current and approved Temporary Construction Element Plan. This plan will not have a net increase of permanent loading from what exists prior to the start of construction. 119

Should working conditions differ in the field or time periods change, the Contractor shall provide another submittal for approval reflecting the actual conditions/time at no additional cost to the Agency. 119

00253.06 Geotechnical Reports - Geotechnical reports with subsurface information are available from the Engineer. 119

Materials 119

00253.10 Material – Provide materials for temporary construction elements meeting the requirements of the applicable parts of Section 00330. 119

Construction 120

00253.40 Temporary Construction Element Construction and Restoration – Construct and restore temporary construction elements within the limits approved by the Engineer. Cuts, fills, loading, drainage, and stockpiling may adversely affect the stability of existing sitelandslide areasslopes. Provide mitigations for slope instability related to construction of the temporary construction element(s). 120

00253.49 Performance - Construct and restore temporary construction elements according to the approved plans. Do not deviate from the approved plans. 120

Measurement 120

00250.80 Measurement – No measurement of quantities will be made for work performed under this Section. 120

Payment 120

00253.90 Payment – The accepted quantities of work performed under this Section will be paid for on an lump sum basis for the Contract item “Temporary Construction Elements”. 120

Payment will be in full for furnishing and placing all materials, and for furnishing all equipment, labor, and incidentals necessary to complete the work as specified. 120

No separate or additional payment will be made for designing, maintaining, and restoring temporary construction elements. 120

SP00280 (2015 Specifications: 07-02-15) (This Section requires SP02320. 120

Requires SP01030 when 121

Temporary seeding is required.) 121

SECTION 00280 - EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL 121

SECTION 00290 - ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 123

SECTION 00294 - CONTAMINATED MEDIA 143

SECTION 00296 - PAINT AND PAINTED MATERIALS 165

SECTION 00297 - PCB AND MERCURY CONTAINING EQUIPMENT 174

SP00305 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) (This Section requires SP00150 to 178

establish survey responsibilities 178

in 00150.15.) 178

(Use this Section when Contractor Surveying is required. Check with Designer. Do not modify the "Construction Surveying Manual for Contractors" in these special provisions.) 178

SECTION 00305 - CONSTRUCTION SURVEY WORK 178

SP00310 (2015 Specifications: 07-16-15) 179

SECTION 00310 - REMOVAL OF STRUCTURES AND OBSTRUCTIONS 179

(Use the following lead-in paragraph when subsections .80 or .92 are included in the project.) 180

Comply with Section 00310 of the Standard Specifications modified as follows: 180

(Use the following subsection .80 only when saw cutting is included as a pay item.) 180

00310.80  Measurement - Add the following to the end of the length and area bullet: 180

Asphalt pavement cutting will be the length of the actual cut based on a depth of 6 inches. If the depth is greater than 6 inches, the length will be adjusted by converting to an equivalent number of feet on a proportionate length basis. 180

(Use the following subsection .92 only when saw cutting is included as a pay item.) 180

00310.92  Separate Item Basis - Add the following pay item to the pay item list: 180

(g) Asphalt Pavement Saw Cutting Foot 180

Add the following paragraph to the end of this subsection: 180

Item (g) applies to asphalt pavement saw cutting when shown. 180

SP00320 (2015 Specifications: 01-08-15) 180

SECTION 00320 - CLEARING AND GRUBBING 181

(Use the following subsection .90 when vegetation or materials are to be saved.) 183

00320.90  Payment - Replace the paragraph that begins "No separate or additional payment…" with the following paragraph: 183

No separate or additional payment will be made for work zone fencing. 183

SP00330 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) (This Section may require SP235.) 183

SECTION 00330 - EARTHWORK 183

SP00440 (2015 Specifications: 09-03-15) (This Section requires 186

SP02010 and SP02050.) 186

SECTION 00440 - COMMERCIAL GRADE CONCRETE 186

SP00596B (2015 Specifications: 01-15-15) (This Section requires 187

SP02010 & SP02050.) 187

SECTION 0B596 - PREFABRICATED MODULAR RETAINING WALLS 187

SECTION 00640 - AGGREGATE BASE AND SHOULDERS 207

SP00730 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 208

SECTION 00730 - EMULSIFIED ASPHALT TACK COAT 208

SECTION 00744 - ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT 208

(Use the following lead-in paragraph and one of the following subsection .51's when traffic restrictions are required. Obtain information from the pavement designer. Delete what does not apply.) 209

Add the following subsection: 209

[ Use this .51 when paving through the top base course is required. ] 209

00744.51  Opening Sections to Traffic - Schedule work so that, during the same shift, the surfaces being paved are paved full width and length through the top base course before opening to traffic. Traffic will be allowed on the top base course up to ____ Calendar Days. 209

Before beginning wearing course paving operations, make repairs to the existing surface as directed. Payment for the repairs will be made according to 00195.20. 209

[ Use this .51 when paving through the wearing course is required. ] 209

00744.51  Opening Sections to Traffic - Schedule work so that, during the same shift, the surfaces being paved are paved full width and length through the wearing course before opening to traffic. 209

SECTION 00759 - MISCELLANEOUS PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE STRUCTURES 209

SECTION 00810 - METAL GUARDRAIL 213

SP00820 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) (This Section requires 214

SP02010 & SP02050.) 214

SECTION 00820 - CONCRETE BARRIER 214

SECTION 00822 - GLARE SHIELDS 215

SP00850 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 219

(When this Section is used on a project and when it has a completion date of September 15 or later, contact the Scheduler to determine if a separate completion date for striping is required. If a separate completion date is required, include an interim completion date in 00180.50(h).) 219

SECTION 00850 - COMMON PROVISIONS FOR PAVEMENT MARKINGS 219

SP00851 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 220

SECTION 00851 - PAVEMENT MARKING REMOVAL 220

SP00865 (2015 Specifications: 07-16-15) (This Section requires SP00850.) 221

SECTION 00865 - LONGITUDINAL PAVEMENT MARKINGS - DURABLE 221

(Use the following lead-in paragraph and bullets when Method D: Wet Weather Markings are required.) 222

Add the following bullet and sub-bullets to the end of the bullet list: 222

Method D: Wet Weather Markings - Apply markings with an extrusion, ribbon, or spray process and according to the following: 222

For grooved markings, grind the slot depth as shown. Apply the specified marking material into the slot so the slot is filled from edge to edge as shown. The top of the marking shall be flat or slightly convex. 222

For profiled markings, apply markings with an extrusion or ribbon process. Place lines and bumps straight and square. 222

(Use the following subsection .90 when including pay items for any of the following: 222

Pavement Marking Tape 222

Wet Weather Pavement Marking Tape 222

Wet Weather Methyl Methacrylate 222

Wet Weather Thermoplastic) 222

00865.90  Payment -  222

(Use the following paragraph and pay items when pavement marking tape or wet weather pavement marking tape is included in the project. Delete items that do not apply. Remove "s" for the word "items" and remove the word "and" when only one pay item is included. Do not change the alpha characters (e) or (f).) 222

Replace pay items (e) and (f) with the following pay items: 223

(e) Pavement Marking Tape, _____, _____ Foot 223

(f) Pavement Marking Tape, _____, _____, Wet Weather Foot 223

(Use the following paragraph, heading, and pay items when wet weather methyl methacrylate or wet weather thermoplastic is included in the project. Delete items that do not apply. Remove "s" for the word "items". Do not change the alpha characters (i) or (j).) 223

Add the following heading and pay items: 223

Method D (Wet Weather Markings) 223

(i) Methyl Methacrylate, Wet Weather, _____, _____ Foot 223

(j) Thermoplastic, Wet Weather, _____, _____ Foot 223

(Use each of the following four paragraphs when any of the pay items listed in the paragraph are included in the pay items listed above. Delete pay item letters that are not listed above. Remove "s" for the word "items" and remove the word "and" when only one pay item is included.) 223

Replace the paragraph that begins "In items (e) and (f)…" with the following paragraphs: 223

In items (e) and (f), “RolledIn” or “Grooved” will be inserted in the first blank and "Patterned" or "NonPatterned" will be inserted in the second blank. 223

Add the following paragraph after the paragraph that begins "In Items (e) and (f)…": 223

In items (i) and (j), the word "Surface" or "Grooved" will be inserted in the first blank and the word "Profiled" or "NonProfiled" will be inserted in the second blank. 224

SP00867 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) (This Section requires SP00850.) 225

SECTION 00867 - TRANSVERSE PAVEMENT MARKINGS - LEGENDS AND BARS 225

SP00905 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 226

SECTION 00905 - REMOVAL AND REINSTALLATION OF EXISTING SIGNS 226

SECTION 00910 - WOOD SIGN POSTS 226

SP00920 (2015 Specifications: 10-08-15) (This Section requires 227

SP00440 & SP02560) 227

SECTION 00920 - SIGN SUPPORT FOOTINGS 227

SECTION 00921 - MAJOR SIGN SUPPORT DRILLED SHAFTS 231

SECTION 00930 - METAL SIGN SUPPORTS 235

SP00940 (2015 Specifications: 04-23-15) (This Section requires SP02910) 238

SECTION 00940 - SIGNS 238

SECTION 00950 - REMOVAL OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 239

SECTION 00960 - COMMON PROVISIONS FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 240

SP00965 (2015 Specifications: 11-27-14) (This Section requires SP02560 242

& ITS Specifications which are 242

available from the ITS Unit. 242

All ITS specification require approval 242

from the Sr. Specifications Engineer 242

before use in this project) 242

SECTION 00965 - METAL CAMERA POLES AND FOUNDATIONS 242

SP00970 (2015 Specifications: 01-08-15) (This Section requires SP00960. 251

Requires SP00962 for supports.) 251

SECTION 00970 - HIGHWAY ILLUMINATION 251

SP00990 (2015 Specifications: 08-20-15) (This Section requires SP00960 252

May require SP02925. Requires 252

SP00962 for traffic signal supports.) 252

SECTION 00990 - TRAFFIC SIGNALS 252

SECTION 00995 – INTELLIGENT TRANSPORtATIONTRANSPORATION SYSTEMS 254

SP01030 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 284

SECTION 01030 - SEEDING 284

SSECTION 01040 - PLANTING 287

SP01050 (2015 Specifications: 10-15-15) (This Section requires 289

SP00440 & SP02190.) 289

SECTION 01050 - FENCES 289

SP01120 (2015 Specifications: 10-08-15) (This Section requires SP00440 291

when thrust blocks are required.) 291

SECTION 01120 - IRRIGATION SYSTEMS 291

SP02010 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 294

SECTION 02010 - PORTLAND CEMENT 294

SP02050 (2015 Specifications: 06-25-15) 295

SECTION 02050 - CURING MATERIALS 295

SP02190 (2015 Specifications: 10-15-15) 295

SECTION 02190 - PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT OF LUMBER 295

SECTION 02320 - GEOSYNTHETICS 296

SP02560 (2015 Specifications: 11-13-14) 301

SECTION 02560 - FASTENERS 301

SECTION 02910 - SIGN MATERIALS 302



PLANS (Use only when plans are included in the Special Provisions.)

BID SCHEDULE


SP00030_DBE (2015 Specifications: 06-25-15)
ASSIGNED DBE CONTRACT GOAL
FOR African American Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (AFDBE)

AND Subcontinent Asian American Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (SADBE)
The assigned minimum DBE (AFDBE/SADBE) Goal for this Project is ??8%.

(Overall DBE program goal nationally is set at 10%,

Overall DBE program goal for ODOT is set at 13.1%for FHWA funded Contracts,

Proposed overall DBE program goal for ODOT is set at 8%for FTA funded Contracts.)

A DBE Directory is available from the Office of Minority, Women and Emerging Small Business (OMWESB) web site at:

https://oregon4biz.diversitysoftware.com/FrontEnd/VendorSearchPublic.asp

or by telephone at 503-986-0075.


PORTLAND & WESTERN RAILROAD COMPANY

Contractors Access/Occupancy on Railroad Property

The following Portland & Western Railroad Company agreements and exhibits are included in this project for information and reference only. The actual Contractors Access/Occupancy on Railroad Property will be provided and executed by the Portland & Western Railroad Company. The railway agreement is currently issued for periods of time lasting 30 days, the Contractor may request the railway agreement for a longer duration. The decision to grant or deny said request solely belongs to the Portland & Western Railroad Company.


Where work includes removing and replacing aerial facilities, the Contractor shall complete the railway agreement using “Maintenance to existing aerial facilities” to help describe the manner and method of installation on Railroad property.

The Contractor shall obtain all necessary permits and licenses and pay all fees and obtain a fully executed copy of the railway agreement according to 00170.01(e). The Portland & Western Railroad Company may require the Contractor to attend a safety training course, which may have associated fees.

The Contractor shall notify the Portland & Western Railroad Company 7 days prior to working within 50 feet of the center of the Portland & Western Rail. In addition, when railroad flagger services are required, the Agency will pay for the services according to 00170.01(e).








SP00066_RR_PNWR (2015 Specifications: 04-23-15) (This Section requires

SP00170.)
(Use this when Portland & Western Railroad Company is within project limits. The included agreements and exhibits are for information and reference only. Do not make any modifications to this document.)

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