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Chapter 1: General Provisions

1A General Information

  • Section 1A-1: General Conditions
    1. Purpose
    2. Intent of the SUDAS Design Manual
    3. Organization of the Manual
    4. Jurisdiction and Agencies
    5. Amendment and Revisions
    6. Enforcement Responsibility
    7. Interpretation
    8. Innovation

1B Classifications of Improvements and Definitions

  • Section 1B-1: Classifications of Improvements and Definitions
    1. Jurisdictional Engineer
    2. Project Engineer
    3. Inspector or Construction Observer
    4. Sanitary Sewer Service Stub
    5. Private Lateral Sanitary Sewer
    6. Main (Trunk) Sanitary Sewer
    7. Sanitary Sewer Lift Station
    8. Water Service Stub
    9. Private Water Main
    10. Water Main
    11. Storm Sewer Service Stub
    12. Private Storm Sewer
    13. Storm Sewer
    14. Footing Drain Collector
    15. Private Ditch
    16. Ditch
    17. Private Runoff Detention
    18. Runoff Detention
    19. Entrances
    20. Private Street
    21. Public Street
    22. Franchise Utility
    23. Public and Non-franchised Utility
    24. Utility Conflicts

1C Submittal Procedures

1D Detailed Plans for Construction of Public Improvements

  • Section 1D-1: Detailed Plans for Construction of Public Improvements
    1. Public Improvement Plan Sheet Requirements
    2. General Information to be Shown on the Construction Plans
    3. Detailed Sanitary and Storm Sewer Plans
    4. Detailed Drainage Ditch and Drainageway Plans
    5. Detailed Paving Plans
    6. Grading Plans/Erosion Control Plans
    7. Water Main Plans
    8. Railroad Crossings
    9. Items to be Specified on Plans or in Contract Documents
    10. Incidental or Included Items
    11. Bid Items

1E Public Improvement Contracts

1F Plans of Record

1G Proprietary Products

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Chapter 2: Stormwater

2A General Information

2B Urban Hydrology and Runoff

2C Pavement Drainage and Intake Capacity

2D Storm Sewer Design

2E Culvert Design

  • Section 2E-1: General Information for Culvert Design
    1. Introduction
    2. Definitions
    3. Site Considerations
    4. Culvert Design Items
    5. Design Considerations
    6. Pipe Material
    7. Pipe Culvert Sizes
    8. Culvert Inlets
    9. Roadway or Street Overtopping
    10. Storage Routing
    11. References

  • Section 2E-2: Culvert Hydraulics
    1. Culvert Flow Controls and Equations
    2. Inlet and Outlet Control
    3. Software Versus Nomographs
    4. Use of Inlet and Outlet Control Nomographs
    5. Culvert Design Example
    6. References

2F Open Channel Flow

2G Detention Practices

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Chapter 3: Sanitary Sewers

3A General Information

3B Flow Determination

3C Facility Design

  • Section 3C-1: Facility Design
    1. Capacity of Pipe
    2. Flow Within the Pipe
    3. Pipe Material
    4. Manning's Roughness Coefficient
    5. Minimum Grade
    6. Size of Sewer Pipe
    7. Crossings and Clearances
    8. Depth of Sewer
    9. Location of Sanitary Sewers
    10. Alignment of Sewers
    11. Sewer Linings for Ductile Iron Pipe
    12. Manholes
    13. Sewer Services
    14. Force Mains
    15. Siphons

3D Pipe and Manhole Materials

3E References

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Chapter 4: Water Mains

4A General Information

4B Size Determination

4C Facility Design

  • Section 4C-1: Facility Design
    See the General Supplemental Design Standards for revisions to this section.
    1. General
    2. Water Mains
    3. Blowoffs
    4. Valves
    5. Fire Hydrants
    6. Water Service Stubs
    7. Separation of Water Mains from Sewer Mains
    8. Surface Water Crossings
    9. Air Relief Facilities
    10. Valve, Meter, and Blowoff Chambers
    11. Thrust Blocks and Restrained Joints
    12. Crossings
    13. Flushing, Disinfection, and Pressure Tests

4D References

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Chapter 5: Roadway Design

5A General Information

5B Street Classifications

5C Geometric Design Criteria

  • Section 5C-1: Geometric Design Tables
    1. General
    2. Design Controls and Criteria
    3. Roadway Design Tables
    4. References

  • Section 5C-2: Geometric Design Elements
    1. Level of Service
    2. Sight Distance
    3. Horizontal Alignment
    4. Vertical Alignment
    5. Pavement Crowns
    6. Lane Width
    7. Two-way Left-turn Lanes
    8. Raised Median Width
    9. Bridges
    10. Clear Zone
    11. Object Setback
    12. Border Area
    13. Curbs
    14. Parking Lane
    15. Cul-de-sacs
    16. Shoulder Width
    17. Intersection Radii
    18. Pavement Thickness
    19. References

5D Asphalt Pavement Mixture Selection

5E PCC Pavement Mixture Selection

5F Pavement Thickness Design

  • Section 5F-1: Pavement Thickness Design
    1. General
    2. Pavement Thickness Design Parameters
    3. Calculating ESAL Values
    4. Determining Pavement Thickness
    5. Example Pavement Thickness Design Calculations
    6. References

5G PCC Pavement Joints

Figures

5G-2.11 Iowa Jointed Reinforced Pavement Detail - 26' Back-to-Back Street (formerly SUDAS Specifications Figure 7010.1F) dgn dwg
5G-2.12 Iowa Jointed Reinforced Pavement Detail - 31' Back-to-Back Street (formerly SUDAS Specifications Figure 7010.1G) dgn dwg
5G-2.13 49' B/B and 53' B/B PCC Pavement Jointing and Crown Detail (formerly SUDAS Specifications Figure 7010.1C) dgn dwg
5G-2.14 49' B/B and 53' B/B C&G HMA Pavement (formerly SUDAS Specifications Figure 7020.2B) dgn dwg
5G-2.15 24' Rural PCC Pavement Jointing and Crown Detail (formerly SUDAS Specifications Figure 7010.1D) dgn dwg
5G-2.16 48' Rural PCC Pavement Jointing and Crown Detail (formerly SUDAS Specifications Figure 7010.1E) dgn dwg
5G-2.17 PCC Pavement Section Between Existing Curb and Gutter (formerly SUDAS Specifications Figure 7010.5) dgn dwg

5H Railroad Crossings

  • Section 5H-1: Railroad Crossings
    1. Railroad Crossing Improvements
    2. Railroad Crossing Construction
    3. Working with a Railroad
    4. Railroad Related Agencies in Iowa
    5. Railroad Companies in Iowa

5I Access Management

  • Section 5I-1: General Access Management
    1. General Information
    2. Access Permit Procedure
    3. Definitions
    4. Entrance Type
    5. Access Management Principles
    6. References

  • Section 5I-2: Transportation System Considerations
    1. Provide a Specialized Roadway System (Principle 1)
    2. Limit Direct Access to Major Roadways (Principle 2)
    3. Promote Intersection Hierarchy (Principle 3)
    4. Locate Signals to Favor through Movements (Principle 4)
    5. Provide a Supporting Street and Circulation System (Principle 10)

  • Section 5I-3: Access Location, Spacing, Turn Lanes, and Medians
    1. Preserve the Functional Area of Intersections and Interchanges (Principle 5)
    2. Limit the Number of Conflict Points (Principle 6)
    3. Separate Conflict Areas (Principle 7)
    4. Remove Turning Traffic from Through-traffic Lanes (Principle 8)
    5. Use Nontraversable Medians to Manage Left Turn Movements (Principle 9)
    6. References

  • Section 5I-4: Driveway Design Criteria
    1. General
    2. Width Measurement
    3. Dimensions
    4. Sight Distance
    5. Driveway Grades
    6. Other Criteria
    7. References

5J Traffic Impact Studies

5K Pavement Preservation Program

5L Permeable Interlocking Pavers

5M Complete Streets

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Chapter 6: Geotechnical

6A General Information

6B Subsurface Exploration Program

6C Pavement Systems

6D Embankment Construction

6E Subgrade Design and Construction

6F Pavement Subbase Design and Construction

  • Section 6F-1: Pavement Subbase Design and Construction
    1. General Information
    2. Granular Subbases
    3. Recycled Materials
    4. Effects of Stability and Permeability on Pavement Foundation
    5. Effect of Compaction
    6. Influence of Aggregate Properties on Permeability of Pavement Bases
    7. Construction Methods
    8. Quality Control/Quality Assurance Testing
    9. References

6G Subsurface Drainage Systems

6H Foundation Improvement and Stabilization

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Chapter 7: Erosion and Sediment Control

7A General Information

7B Regulatory Requirements

  • Section 7B-1: Regulatory Requirements
    1. National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)
    2. NPDES Construction Site Permitting
    3. Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP)
    4. Who is Responsible
    5. Transfer of Ownership and Responsibilities

7C The Erosion and Sedimentation Process

7D Design Criteria

7E Design Information for Erosion and Sediment Control Measures

7F Appendix

7G References

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Chapter 8: Parking Lots

8A General Information

8B Layout and Design

8C Site Provisions

  • Section 8C-1: Site Provisions
    1. General
    2. Number of Parking Spaces Required
    3. Parking Lot Setback Requirements
    4. Landscaping and Screening
    5. Lighting
    6. Pavement Markings

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Chapter 9: Utilities

9A General Information

9B Trench Design

9C Casing Pipe

9D Utility Cut Restoration

9E References

Page last revised: June 5, 2017

Chapter 10: Street Tree Criteria

10A General Information

10B Street Tree Design

  • Section 10B-1: Street Tree Design
    1. Area Requirement per Tree
    2. Spacing
    3. Location within Public Right-of-way
    4. Tree Size
    5. Selection of Trees
    6. Trees that Should Not be Planted in Public Right-of-way
    7. Guideline for Selection of Nursery Trees
    8. Staking of Trees

10C References

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Chapter 11: Street Lighting

Any agency considering use of LED street lights should be aware that the Iowa Code establishes high pressure sodium fixtures as the default street light. However, LED street lights may be used if an evaluation, approved by the Iowa Utilities Board, shows that the LED lights are more energy efficient. See Section 11A-1, C.

11A General Information

11B Luminaires

11C Facility Design

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Chapter 12: Sidewalks and Bicycle Facilities

12A Sidewalks

12B Bicycle Facilities

  • Section 12B-1: Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities
    1. Introduction
    2. Definitions
    3. Design Process

  • Section 12B-2: Shared Use Path Design
    1. Accessible Shared Use Path Design
    2. Shared Use Path Categories
    3. Shared Use Path Design Elements
    4. Intersection Sight Distance
    5. Surface
    6. Crossings at Unpaved Surfaces
    7. At-grade Railroad Crossing
    8. Drainage
    9. Structure Design
    10. Pavement Markings
    11. Signing
    12. Lighting

  • Section 12B-3: On-Street Bicycle Facilities
    See the General Supplemental Design Standards for revisions to this section.
    1. General
    2. Elements of Design
    3. Facilities
    4. Bicycle Guide Signs
    5. Railroad Crossings for Bicycles
    6. Obstruction Markings for Bicycle Lanes
    7. Traffic Signals for Bicycles
    8. Bridges and Viaducts for Bicycles
    9. Traffic Calming and Management of Bicycles
    10. Intake Grates and Manhole Castings for Bicycle Travel
    11. Bicycles at Interchanges
    12. Bicycles at Roundabouts

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Chapter 13: Traffic Signals

13A General Information

13B Traffic Control Signal Needs Studies

13C Features

  • Section 13C-1: Features
    1. Traffic Control Signal Features
    2. Pedestrian Control Features
    3. Agency Specific Information
    4. Preliminary Signal Design Discussion List
    5. Additional Information

13D Design Considerations

    1. Geometrics
    2. Operational Characteristics
    3. System (Arterial) Considerations
    4. Signal Design Elements
    5. Traffic Signal Operations
    6. Pedestrian Considerations
    7. Driver and Pedestrian Expectations
    8. Future Development and Improvements

  • Section 13E-1: Specifications Information
    1. Part 1 - General
    2. Part 2 - Products
    3. Items Requiring Supplemental Specifications

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Chapter 14: Trenchless Construction

14A General Information

14B New Construction

  • Section 14B-1: Planning a Bore
    1. Bore Pit Locations
    2. Manhole Locations
    3. Bore Lengths
    4. Acceptable Tolerances
    5. Information to Provide to Contractor
    6. Risk Allocation
    7. Drawing on Contractor's Expertise

  • Section 14B-2: Methods of New Construction
    1. Trenchless Methods for New Construction
    2. Expected Service Life for New Construction
    3. Auger Boring
    4. Compaction Boring
    5. Pipe Ramming
    6. Slurry Methods
    7. Horizontal Directional Drilling
    8. Pipe Jacking and Utility Tunneling
    9. Microtunneling

14C Rehabilitation

14D References

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Specifications

Division 1: General Provisions and Covenants

Section 1010: Definitions

  • 1.01 Description
    1.02 Abbreviations
    1.03 Definitions and Terms

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Section 1020: Proposal Requirements and Conditions

  • 1.01 Qualification of the Bidders
    1.02 Contents of the Proposal Forms
    1.03 Quantities and Unit Prices
    1.04 Examination of the Contract Documents and Site of Work
    1.05 Interpretation of the Contract Documents
    1.06 Addendum
    1.07 Preference for Labor and Materials
    1.08 Taxes
    1.09 Preparation of the Proposal
    1.10 Bidders Certification
    1.11 Irregular and Nonresponsive Proposals
    1.12 Submissions of the Proposal, Identity of Bidder, and Bid Security
    1.13 Withdrawal or Revision of the Proposal Prior to Opening of Proposals
    1.14 Opening of Proposals
    1.15 Limitation on Withdrawal of Proposals after Opening of Proposals

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Section 1030: Approval for Award and Award of Contract

  • 1.01 Acceptance or Rejection of Proposals
    1.02 Release of Bid Security
    1.03 Award of Contract

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Section 1040: Scope of Work

  • 1.01 Intent of the Contract Documents
    1.02 Correlation of the Contract Documents
    1.03 Coordination of Specifications, Plans, and Special Provisions
    1.04 Conformity with the Contract Documents
    1.05 Plans
    1.06 Increase or Decrease of Work
    1.07 Change Orders
    1.08 Site Conditions
    1.09 Changed Site Conditions
    1.10 Disputed Claims for Extra Compensation
    1.11 Delays Caused by the Jurisdiction
    1.12 Oral Agreements, Conversations, and Informal Communications
    1.13 Errors or Omissions

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Section 1050: Control of Work

  • 1.01 Authority of the Engineer
    1.02 Authority and Duties of the Engineer's Authorized Representative
    1.03 Cooperation by the Contractor
    1.04 Cooperation with Other Contractors
    1.05 Shop Drawings, Certificates, and Equipment Lists
    1.06 Conflict Avoidance
    1.07 Examination of Materials and Work
    1.08 Removal of Defective Work and Materials
    1.09 Unauthorized Work
    1.10 Line and Grade Stakes
    1.11 Providing Job Site Utilities
    1.12 Salvage
    1.13 Protection of Water Quality and Wetlands
    1.14 Final Inspection and Acceptance

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Section 1060: Control of Materials

  • 1.01 Materials Source of Supply and Quality Requirements
    1.02 Alternate Processes, Equipment, or Materials
    1.03 Samples and Testing
    1.04 Storage of Materials
    1.05 Unacceptable Materials
    1.06 Materials Supplied by the Jurisdiction
    1.07 Materials Supplied by the Contractor

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Section 1070: Legal Relations and Responsibility to the Public

  • Part 1 - Legal Relations
  • 1.01 Municipal Regulations, State, and Federal Laws and Regulations
    1.02 Governing Law
    1.03 Permits and Licenses
    1.04 Patents and Royalties
    1.05 Use and Occupancy Prior to Completion of Contract
    1.06 Contractor's Responsibility for the Work
    1.07 Responsibility for Damage Claims
    1.08 Personal Liability of Public Officials
    1.09 Waiver of Legal Rights
    1.10 Acceptance by the Jurisdiction - Not a Waiver of Contractor's Obligations or a Waiver of the Jurisdiction's Rights
    1.11 Business Organization Requirements
    1.12 Consent to Jurisdiction of Iowa District Court or Federal District Court in Iowa
    1.13 Severability
  • Part 2 - Responsibilities to the Public
  • 2.01 Sanitation
    2.02 Convenience and Safety
    2.03 Work Area
    2.04 Project Area for the Work
    2.05 Explosives
    2.06 Traffic Control
    2.07 Protection of Aboveground and Underground Facilities
    2.08 Protection of Property
    2.09 Land Monuments
    2.10 Dust Control
    2.11 Environmental and Historic Items
    2.12 Railroad Crossings
    2.13 Borrow and Waste Sites
    2.14 Maintaining Postal Service
    2.15 Finishing and Cleanup Requirements
  • Part 3 - Bonds and Insurance
  • 3.01 Performance, Payment, and Maintenance Bond
    3.02 Insurance Requirements
    3.03 Contractor's Indemnity - Contractual Liability Insurance
    3.04 Contractor's Insurance for Other Losses; Waiver of Subrogation
    3.05 Property Insurance
    3.06 Endorsement Naming Jurisdiction as an Additional Insured / Cancellation and Material Change / Governmental Immunities Endorsement
    3.07 Proof of Insurance
    3.08 Notification in Event of Liability or Damage
    3.09 Sample Insurance Forms

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Section 1080: Prosecution and Progress

  • 1.01 Subletting or Assignment of Contract
    1.02 Contract Time
    1.03 Work Progress and Schedule
    1.04 Preconstruction Conference
    1.05 Notice to Proceed
    1.06 Weekly Record of Working Days
    1.07 Work on Sunday or Legal Holidays
    1.08 Temporary Suspension of Working Days
    1.09 Extension of Time
    1.10 Contractor's Employees, Methods, and Equipment
    1.11 Contractor's Equipment Identification
    1.12 Liquidated Damages
    1.13 Breach of Contract
    1.14 Termination of Contractor's Responsibility

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Section 1090: Measurement and Payment

  • 1.01 Measurement
    1.02 Scope of Payment
    1.03 Lump Sum Breakdowns
    1.04 Payment for Change Orders
    1.05 Progress Payments
    1.06 Payment of Retainage
    1.07 Sales and Use Tax Statement
    1.08 Acceptance and Final Payment

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Division 2: Earthwork

Section 2010: Earthwork, Subgrade, and Subbase

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Topsoil
    2.02 Excavation Materials
    2.03 Suitable Embankment Materials
    2.04 Foundation Materials
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Clearing and Grubbing
    3.02 Stripping, Salvaging, and Spreading Topsoil
    3.03 Excavation
    3.04 Embankment Construction
    3.05 Use of Unsuitable Soils
    3.06 Subgrade Preparation
    3.07 Subgrade Treatment
    3.08 Subbase
    3.09 Field Quality Control

Figures

2010.101 Details of Embankments and Rebuilding Embankments pdf dgn dwg
2010.102 Designation of Roadway Earthwork Items pdf dgn dwg

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Division 3: Trench Excavation and Backfill

Section 3010: Trench Excavation and Backfill

See the General Supplemental Specifications for revisions to this section.

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Materials Excavated from a Trench
    2.02 Bedding Material
    2.03 Backfill Material
    2.04 Topsoil
    2.05 Stabilization (Foundation) Materials
    2.06 Special Pipe Embedment and Encasement Material
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Trench Excavation
    3.02 Rock or Unstable Soils in Trench Bottom
    3.03 Trench Protection
    3.04 Dewatering
    3.05 Pipe Bedding and Backfill
    3.06 Trench Compaction Testing

Figures

3010.101
(SW-101)
Trench Bedding and Backfill Zones pdf dgn dwg
3010.102
(SW-102)
Rigid Gravity Pipe Trench Bedding pdf dgn dwg
3010.103
(SW-103)
Flexible Gravity Pipe Trench Bedding pdf dgn dwg
3010.104
(SW-104)
Pressure Pipe Trench Bedding pdf dgn dwg
3010.105
(SW-105)
Miscellaneous Pipe Bedding pdf dgn dwg
3010.901 Sewer Pipe Support Over Existing Utility pdf dgn dwg
3010.902 Reinforced PCC Beam Utility Line Support pdf dgn dwg
3010.903 Flowable Mortar Fill Utility Line Support pdf dgn dwg

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Section 3020: Trenchless Construction (Boring, Jacking, and Tunneling)

See the General Supplemental Specifications for revisions to this section.

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Carrier Pipe
    2.02 Casing Pipe
    2.03 Casing Spacers
    2.04 Backfill for Abandoned Tunnels
    2.05 Backfill Material
    2.06 Casing End Seal
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Excavation
    3.02 Sheeting, Shoring, and Bracing
    3.03 Dewatering
    3.04 Trenchless Installation
    3.05 Pit Restoration

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Division 4: Sewers and Drains

Section 4010: Sanitary Sewers

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Sanitary Sewer (Gravity Mains)
    2.02 Sanitary Sewer Force Mains
    2.03 Casing Pipe
    2.04 Sanitary Sewer Services
    2.05 Sanitary Sewer Service Relocations
    2.06 Sanitary Sewer Cleanout
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Examination
    3.02 Gravity Sewer Installation
    3.03 Sanitary Sewer Installed within a Casing Pipe
    3.04 Gravity Main Pipe Jointing
    3.05 Force Main Installation
    3.06 Sanitary Sewer Service Stubs
    3.07 Sanitary Sewer Service Relocation
    3.08 Sanitary Sewer Abandonment
    3.09 Connection to Existing Manhole
    3.10 Sanitary Sewer Cleanout
    3.11 Tolerances
    3.12 Conflicts
    3.13 Cleaning, Inspection, and Testing

Figures

4010.201
(SW-201)
Sanitary Sewer Service Stub pdf dgn dwg
4010.202
(SW-202)
Sewage Air Release Valve Pit pdf dgn dwg
4010.203
(SW-203)
Sanitary Sewer Cleanout pdf dgn dwg
4010.901 Relocate Sanitary Sewer Service in Conflict with New Sewer pdf dgn dwg

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Section 4020: Storm Sewers

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Storm Sewers
    2.02 Casing Pipe
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Examination
    3.02 Pipe Installation
    3.03 Storm Sewer Installed within a Casing Pipe
    3.04 Pipe Jointing
    3.05 Tolerances
    3.06 Conflicts
    3.07 Storm Sewer Abandonment
    3.08 Connection to Existing Manhole or Intake
    3.09 Cleaning, Inspection, and Testing

Figure

4020.211
(SW-211)
Special Pipe Connections for Storm Sewer pdf dgn dwg

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Section 4030: Pipe Culverts

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Pipe Culverts
    2.02 Pipe Aprons
    2.03 Apron Footings
    2.04 Apron Guard
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Pipe Culvert Installation
    3.02 Aprons
    3.03 Cleaning, Inspection, and Testing

Figure

4030.221 RCP Apron Section Footing pdf dgn dwg
4030.222 Circular Concrete Aprons pdf dgn dwg
4030.223 Arch and Elliptical Concrete Pipe Aprons pdf dgn dwg
4030.224 Concrete Pipe Apron Guard pdf dgn dwg
4030.225 Metal Pipe Aprons and Apron Guards pdf dgn dwg

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Section 4040: Subdrains and Footing Drain Collectors

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Footing Drain Collectors
    2.02 Type 1 Subdrains (Longitudinal Subdrain)
    2.03 Type 2 Subdrains (Combination Subdrain/Footing Drain Collector)
    2.04 Porous Backfill Material
    2.05 Subdrain Outlets
    2.06 Subdrain or Footing Drain Cleanouts
    2.07 Engineering Fabric
    2.08 Storm Sewer Service Stubs
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Subdrains
    3.02 Footing Drain Collectors
    3.03 Footing Drain Service Stubs

Figures

4040.231 Subdrains pdf dgn dwg
4040.232 Subdrain Cleanouts pdf dgn dwg
4040.233 Subdrain Outlets pdf dgn dwg

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Section 4050: Pipe Rehabilitation

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Polyethylene and Polyolefin Manufactured Pipe for Sliplining
    2.02 Polyvinyl Chloride Pipe (PVC) Manufactured Pipe 12 inch to 36 inch for Sliplining
    2.03 Polyvinyl Chloride Pipe (PVC) Manufactured Pipe 21 inch to 48 inch for Sliplining
    2.04 Centrifugally Cast Fiberglass Reinforced Polymer Mortar Pipe (CCFRPM) 18 inch to 48 inch for Sliplining
    2.05 Resin-Impregnated Tube for Cured-in-place Pipe (CIPP) Lining
    2.06 Deformed/Reformed High Density Polyethylene Pipe Lining (DRP-HDPE)
    2.07 Folded/Formed Polyvinyl Chloride Pipe Lining (FFP-PVC)
    2.08 Pipe Repair Couplings for Spot Repairs by Pipe Replacement
    2.09 Sewer Main Pipe (for Spot Repairs)
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Examination
    3.02 Bypassing Sewage
    3.03 Obstructions
    3.04 Temporary Sewer Service
    3.05 Sliplining
    3.06 Resin Impregnated CIPP Lining
    3.07 DRP-HDPE or FFP-PVC Lining Installation
    3.08 Spot Repairs by Pipe Replacement
    3.09 Cleanup and Closeout

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Section 4060: Cleaning, Inspection, and Testing of Sewers

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Testing Equipment
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Cleaning
    3.02 Visual Inspection
    3.03 Video Inspection
    3.04 Sanitary Sewer Leakage Testing
    3.05 Deflection Testing
    3.06 Force Main Testing

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Page last revised: January 24, 2017

Division 5: Water Mains and Appurtenances

Section 5010: Pipe and Fittings

See the General Supplemental Specifications for revisions to this section.

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Water Main
    2.02 Bolts for Water Main and Fittings
    2.03 Fittings
    2.04 Concrete Thrust Blocks
    2.05 Pipeline Accessories
    2.06 Special Gaskets
    2.07 Water Service Pipe and Appurtenances
    2.08 Non-shrink Grout
    2.09 Casing Pipe
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Pipe Installation
    3.02 Additional Requirements for DIP Installation
    3.03 Additional Requirements for PVC Pipe Installation
    3.04 Additional Requirements for Prestressed Concrete Cylinder Pipe Installation
    3.05 Polyethylene Encasement Installation
    3.06 Tracer System Installation
    3.07 Conflicts
    3.08 Transitions in Piping Systems
    3.09 Structure Penetrations
    3.10 Water Service Stub
    3.11 Testing and Disinfection
     

Figures

5010.101
(WM-101)
Thrust Blocks pdf dgn dwg
5010.102
(WM-102)
Tracer System pdf dgn dwg
5010.901 Minimum Clearance Between Water Service and Structure pdf dgn dwg

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Section 5020: Valves, Fire Hydrants, and Appurtenances

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Valves
    2.02 Fire Hydrant Assembly
    2.03 Appurtenances
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 General
    3.02 Flushing Device (Blowoff)
    3.03 Fire Hydrant
    3.04 Adjustment of Existing Valve Box or Fire Hydrant

Figure

5020.201
(WM-201)
Fire Hydrant Assembly pdf dgn dwg

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Section 5030: Testing and Disinfection

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Disinfection Agent - Chlorine
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Sequence of Testing and Disinfection
    3.02 Initial Flushing
    3.03 Disinfection
    3.04 Final Flushing
    3.05 Pressure and Leak Testing
    3.06 Bacteria Sampling
    3.07 Putting Water Main in Service

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Page last revised: June 5, 2017

Division 6: Structures for Sanitary and Storm Sewers

Section 6010: Structures for Sanitary and Storm Sewers

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Manhole and Intake Types
    2.02 Precast
    2.03 Cast-in-Place
    2.04 Non-Shrink Grout
    2.05 Precast Riser Joints
    2.06 Manhole or Intake Top
    2.07 Base
    2.08 Pipe Connections
    2.09 Manhole or Intake Adjustment Rings (Grade Rings)
    2.10 Castings (Ring, Cover, Grate, and Extensions)
    2.11 Additional Materials for Sanitary Sewer Manholes
    2.12 Invert
    2.13 Steps
    2.14 Precast Concrete Tee
    2.15 Anchor Bolts
    2.16 Excavation and Backfill Material
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 General Requirements for Installation of Manholes and Intakes
    3.02 Additional Requirements for Cast-in-place Concrete Structures
    3.03 Additional Requirements for Precast Concrete Structures
    3.04 Adjustment of Existing Manhole or Intake
    3.05 Connection to Existing Manhole or Intake
    3.06 Removal of Manhole or Intake
    3.07 Cleaning, Inspection, and Testing

Sanitary Sewer Manhole Figures

6010.301
(SW-301)
Circular Sanitary Sewer Manhole pdf dgn dwg
6010.302
(SW-302)
Rectangular Sanitary Sewer Manhole pdf dgn dwg
6010.303
(SW-303)
Sanitary Sewer Manhole Over Existing Sewer pdf dgn dwg
6010.304
(SW-304)
Rectangular Base/Circular Top Sanitary Sewer Manhole pdf dgn dwg
6010.305
(SW-305)
Tee-section Sanitary Sewer Manhole pdf dgn dwg
6010.306
(SW-306)
Chimney Seals for Sanitary Sewer Manholes pdf dgn dwg
6010.307
(SW-307)
Drop Connection for Sanitary Sewer Manhole pdf dgn dwg

Storm Sewer Manhole Figures

6010.401
(SW-401)
Circular Storm Sewer Manhole pdf dgn dwg
6010.402
(SW-402)
Rectangular Storm Sewer Manhole pdf dgn dwg
6010.403
(SW-403)
Deep Well Rectangular Storm Sewer Manhole pdf dgn dwg
6010.404
(SW-404)
Rectangular Base/Circular Top Storm Sewer Manhole pdf dgn dwg
6010.405
(SW-405)
Tee-section Storm Sewer Manhole pdf dgn dwg
6010.406
(SW-406)
Shallow Rectangular Storm Sewer Manhole pdf dgn dwg

Intake Figures

6010.501
(SW-501)
Single Grate Intake pdf dgn dwg
6010.502
(SW-502)
Circular Single Grate Intake pdf dgn dwg
6010.503
(SW-503)
Single Grate Intake with Manhole pdf dgn dwg
6010.504
(SW-504)
Single Grate Intake with Flush-top Manhole pdf dgn dwg
6010.505
(SW-505)
Double Grate Intake pdf dgn dwg
6010.506
(SW-506)
Double Grate Intake with Manhole pdf dgn dwg
6010.507
(SW-507)
Single Open-throat Curb Intake, Small Box pdf dgn dwg
6010.508
(SW-508)
Single Open-throat Curb Intake, Large Box pdf dgn dwg
6010.509
(SW-509)
Double Open-throat Curb Intake, Small Box pdf dgn dwg
6010.510
(SW-510)
Double Open-throat Curb Intake, Large Box pdf dgn dwg
6010.511
(SW-511)
Rectangular Area Intake pdf dgn dwg
6010.512
(SW-512)
Circular Area Intake pdf dgn dwg
6010.513
(SW-513)
Open-sided Area Intake pdf dgn dwg
6010.514
(SW-514)
Boxouts for Grate Intakes pdf dgn dwg

Casting Figures

6010.601
(SW-601)
Castings for Sanitary Sewer Manholes pdf dgn dwg
6010.602
(SW-602)
Castings for Storm Sewer Manholes pdf dgn dwg
6010.603
(SW-603)
Castings for Grate Intakes pdf dgn dwg
6010.604
(SW-604)
Castings for Area Intakes pdf dgn dwg

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Section 6020: Rehabilitation of Existing Manholes

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Infiltration Barrier
    2.02 In-situ Manhole Replacement, Cast-in-place Concrete
    2.03 Centrifugally Cast Cementitious Mortar Liner with Epoxy Seal
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Infiltration Barrier
    3.02 In-situ Manhole Replacement, Cast-in-place Concrete
    3.03 Centrifugally Cast Cementitous Mortar Liner with Epoxy Seal
    3.04 Cleaning, Inspection, and Testing

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Section 6030: Cleaning, Inspection, and Testing of Structures

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    None
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Cleaning
    3.02 Visual Inspection
    3.03 Repair
    3.04 Sanitary Sewer Manhole Testing
    3.05 Test Failure

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Page last revised: January 24, 2017

Division 7: Streets and Related Work

Section 7010: Portland Cement Concrete Pavement

See the General Supplemental Specifications for revisions to this section.

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, Handling, and Salvaging
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Materials
    2.02 Concrete Mixes
    2.03 PCC Overlays
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Equipment
    3.02 Pavement Construction
    3.03 Curb and Gutter Construction
    3.04 Overlay Construction
    3.05 Pavement Protection
    3.06 Use of Pavement
    3.07 Transportation Restrictions
    3.08 Quality Control
     

Figures

7010.101
(PV-101)

Joints

pdf dgn dwg
7010.102
(PV-102)
PCC Curb Details pdf dgn dwg
7010.103
(PV-103)
Manhole Boxouts in PCC Pavement pdf dgn dwg
7010.104
(PV-104)
Ramped Median Nose pdf dgn dwg
7010.121 (PV-121) Jointing PCC Pavement Widening pdf dgn dwg
7010.901 PCC Pavement Jointing pdf dgn dwg
7010.902 PCC Pavement Widening pdf dgn dwg
7010.903 PCC Railroad Crossing Approach pdf dgn dwg
7010.904 Typical Jointing Layout pdf dgn dwg
7010.905 PCC Cul-de-sac Joint Locations pdf dgn dwg
7010.906 Medians pdf dgn dwg

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Section 7020: Hot Mix Asphalt Pavement

See the General Supplemental Specifications for revisions to this section.

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, Handling, and Salvaging
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 HMA Materials
    2.02 Warm Mix Asphalt Materials
    2.03 Recycled Asphalt Materials
    2.04 Subgrade and Subbase
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 HMA Pavement
    3.02 Base Widening
    3.03 Protection from Traffic
    3.04 Defects or Deficiencies
    3.05 Pavement Smoothness
    3.06 Quality Control
    3.07 Removal of Pavement

Figures

7020.201
(PV-201)
Manhole Boxouts in HMA Pavement and HMA Overlays pdf dgn dwg
7020.901 HMA Pavement pdf dgn dwg
7020.902 HMA Railroad Crossing Approach pdf dgn dwg
7020.903 Details for Asphalt Resurfacing pdf dgn dwg

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Section 7030: Sidewalks, Shared Use Paths, and Driveways

See the General Supplemental Specifications for revisions to this section.

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Portland Cement Concrete
    2.02 Hot Mix Asphalt
    2.03 Brick Pavers
    2.04 HMA Setting Bed for Brick
    2.05 Neoprene Modified Asphalt Adhesive for Brick
    2.06 Brick Joint Filler
    2.07 Detectable Warnings
    2.08 Granular Driveway Surfacing
    2.09 Isolation and Expansion Joint Sealant
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Removals
    3.02 Subgrade Preparation
    3.03 Adjustment of Fixtures
    3.04 PCC Sidewalks, Shared Use Paths, and Driveways
    3.05 HMA Shared Use Paths and Driveways
    3.06 Brick Sidewalks
    3.07 Detectable Warning Installation
    3.08 Tolerances for Shared Use Paths and Driveways
    3.09 Granular Driveway Surfacing
    3.10 Cleaning
    3.11 Testing
    3.12 Sidewalk and Curb Ramp Compliance

Figures

7030.101 Concrete Driveway, Type A pdf dgn dwg
7030.102 Concrete Driveway, Type B pdf dgn dwg
7030.103 Driveway Grading pdf dgn dwg
7030.104 Right-of-way Grading pdf dgn dwg
7030.201 Classes of Sidewalk pdf dgn dwg
7030.202 Curb Details for Class A Sidewalk pdf dgn dwg
7030.203 Brick Sidewalk pdf dgn dwg
7030.204 General Features of an Accessible Sidewalk pdf dgn dwg
7030.205 General Sidewalk and Curb Ramp Details pdf dgn dwg
7030.206 Curb Ramps Outside of Intersection Radius pdf dgn dwg
7030.207 Curb Ramp for Class B or C Sidewalk pdf dgn dwg
7030.208 Alternative Curb Ramp for Class B or C Sidewalk pdf dgn dwg
7030.209 Curb Ramps for Class A Sidewalk pdf dgn dwg
7030.210 Detectable Warning Placement pdf dgn dwg

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Section 7040: Pavement Repair and Rehabilitation

See the General Supplemental Specifications for revisions to this section.

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, Handling, and Salvaging
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Materials
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 General
    3.02 Full Depth Patching
    3.03 Partial Depth Patching
    3.04 Diamond Grinding
    3.05 Milling
    3.06 Crack and Joint Cleaning and Filling, Hot Pour
    3.07 Crack Cleaning and Filling, Emulsion
    3.08 Pavement Removal
    3.09 Curb and Gutter Removal

Figures

7040.101 Full Depth PCC Patches Less Than or Equal to 15' Long pdf dgn dwg
7040.102 Full Depth PCC Patches Greater Than 15' Long pdf dgn dwg
7040.103 Full Depth HMA Patches pdf dgn dwg
7040.104 Partial Depth Patches pdf dgn dwg
7040.105 Flowable Mortar Cutoffwall pdf dgn dwg

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Section 7050: Asphalt Stabilization

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Materials

  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Equipment
    3.02 Re-shaping Ditches
    3.03 Prepare / Place Base Material
    3.04 Surface Fixture Adjustment
    3.05 Application and Mixing of Asphalt Emulsion
    3.06 Grade and Compact Material
    3.07 Surface Treatment

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Section 7060: Bituminous Seal Coat

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Materials

  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Equipment
    3.02 Surface Preparation
    3.03 Heating Bituminous Material
    3.04 Spreading Bituminous Material
    3.05 Rolling
    3.06 Two Course Seal Coats
    3.07 Clean Up

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Section 7070: Emulsified Asphalt Slurry Seal

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Materials
    2.02 Composition of the Slurry Mix
    2.03 Mix Design
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Equipment
    3.02 Surface Preparation
    3.03 Applying Slurry Material
    3.04 Slurry Leveling
    3.05 Limitations
    3.06 Curing and Opening to Traffic

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Section 7080: Permeable Interlocking Pavers

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Engineering Fabric
    2.02 Underdrain
    2.03 Aggregate
    2.04 Permeable Interlocking Pavers
    2.05 PCC Edge Restraint
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Pre-Installation Protection
    3.02 Subgrade Preparation for Permeable Interlocking Pavers
    3.03 Engineering Fabric
    3.04 Underdrain
    3.05 Storage Aggregate
    3.06 Filter Aggregate
    3.07 Bedding Aggregate
    3.08 Installing PCC Edge Restraint
    3.09 Installing Interlocking Permeable Paver System
    3.10 Quality Control
    3.11 Protection of Pavement

Figures

7080.101 Permeable Interlocking Pavers pdf dgn dwg
7080.102 Typical Alley with Permeable Pavers pdf dgn dwg

 

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Page last revised: June 5, 2017

Division 8: Traffic Control

Section 8010: Traffic Signals

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Underground
    2.02 Detection
    2.03 Communications
    2.04 Cabinet and Controller
    2.05 Poles, Heads, and Signs
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Underground
    3.02 Detection
    3.03 Communications
    3.04 Cabinet and Controller
    3.05 Poles, Heads, and Signs
    3.06 Temporary Traffic Signal
    3.07 Surface Restoration
    3.08 Testing
    3.09 Documentation

Figures

8010.101 Cabinet Footing Details pdf dgn dwg
8010.102
(TS-102)
Traffic Signal Pole Foundation pdf dgn dwg
8010.103
(LI-103)
Conduit and Handholes pdf dgn dwg
8010.104 Inductive Loop Vehicle Detectors pdf dgn dwg
8010.105 Mast Arm Pole Details pdf dgn dwg

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Section 8020: Pavement Markings

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Materials
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Equipment
    3.02 Construction

Page last revised: January 24, 2017

Division 9: Site Work and Landscaping

Section 9010: Seeding

See the General Supplemental Specifications for revisions to this section.

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Seed
    2.02 Seed Mixtures and Seeding Dates
    2.03 Fertilizer
    2.04 Sticking Agent
    2.05 Inoculant for Legumes
    2.06 Water
    2.07 Mulch
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Equipment
    3.02 Area of Seeding
    3.03 Finish Grading and Topsoil
    3.04 Conventional Seeding
    3.05 Hydraulic Seeding
    3.06 Pneumatic Seeding
    3.07 Watering
    3.08 Re-seeding
    3.09 Clean Up
    3.10 Acceptance and Warranty

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Section 9020: Sodding

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Sod
    2.02 Fertilizer
    2.03 Stakes
    2.04 Water
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Preparation of Sodbed
    3.02 Fertilizing - First Application
    3.03 Sod Installation
    3.04 Watering
    3.05 Fertilizing - Second Application
    3.06 Maintenance
    3.07 Clean Up
    3.08 Acceptance

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Section 9030: Plant Material and Planting

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Plant Materials
    2.02 Mulch
    2.03 Backfill Material
    2.04 Staking Material
    2.05 Guying Material
    2.06 Tree Wrapping Material for Winter Protection
    2.07 Water
    2.08 Tree Drainage Wells
    2.09 Herbicide
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Allowable Planting Dates
    3.02 Preparation
    3.03 Location of Plants
    3.04 Excavation of Planting Pit
    3.05 Tree Drainage Wells
    3.06 Planting
    3.07 Mulching
    3.08 Wrapping
    3.09 Staking and Guying
    3.10 Pruning
    3.11 Clean Up
    3.12 Establishment and Warranty Periods and Acceptance

Figures

9030.101 Planting Pit pdf dgn dwg
9030.102 Tree Staking, Guying, and Wrapping pdf dgn dwg
9030.103 Tree Drainage Well pdf dgn dwg

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Section 9040: Erosion and Sediment Control

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Compost Blankets
    2.02 Compost Blanket and Filter Berm Tackifier
    2.03 Filter Material
    2.04 Filter Sock
    2.05 Temporary Rolled Erosion Control Products (RECP)
    2.06 Wattles
    2.07 Check Dams
    2.08 Level Spreaders
    2.09 Rip Rap
    2.10 Temporary Pipe Slope Drains
    2.11 Sediment Basin Outlet Structures
    2.12 Sediment Traps
    2.13 Silt Fence
    2.14 Stabilized Construction Entrance
    2.15 Dust Control
    2.16 Erosion Control Mulch
    2.17 Turf Reinforcement Mats (TRM)
    2.18 Inlet Protection
    2.19 Flow Transition Mats
    2.20 Engineering Fabric
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 SWPPP Preparation
    3.02 SWPPP Management
    3.03 Erosion and Sediment Control Inspection
    3.04 Equipment
    3.05 Compost Blanket
    3.06 Filter Berms
    3.07 Filter Socks
    3.08 Temporary Rolled Erosion Control Products (RECP)
    3.09 Wattles
    3.10 Check Dams
    3.11 Temporary Earth Diversion Structures
    3.12 Level Spreaders
    3.13 Rip Rap
    3.14 Temporary Pipe Slope Drains
    3.15 Sediment Basin Outlet Structures
    3.16 Anti-seep Collar
    3.17 Sediment Traps
    3.18 Silt Fences
    3.19 Stabilized Construction Entrance
    3.20 Dust Control
    3.21 Erosion Control Mulching
    3.22 Turf Reinforcement Mats
    3.23 Surface Roughening
    3.24 Inlet Protection
    3.25 Flow Transition Mats
    3.26 Temporary Erosion Control Seeding

Figures

9040.101 Compost Blanket pdf dgn dwg
9040.102 Filter Berm and Filter Sock pdf dgn dwg
9040.103 Rolled Erosion Control Product (RECP) Installation on Slopes pdf dgn dwg
9040.104 Rolled Erosion Control Product (RECP) Installation in Channel pdf dgn dwg
9040.105 Wattle pdf dgn dwg
9040.106 Check Dam Spacing pdf dgn dwg
9040.107 Rock Check Dam pdf dgn dwg
9040.108 Temporary Earth Diversion Structures pdf dgn dwg
9040.109 Level Spreader pdf dgn dwg
9040.110 Rip Rap for Pipe Outlet onto Flat Ground pdf dgn dwg
9040.111 Rip Rap Apron for Pipe Outlet into Channel pdf dgn dwg
9040.112 Temporary Pipe Slope Drain pdf dgn dwg
9040.113 Sediment Basin without Emergency Spillway pdf dgn dwg
9040.114 Sediment Basin with Emergency Spillway pdf dgn dwg
9040.115 Sediment Basin Dewatering Device (Perforated Riser) pdf dgn dwg
9040.116 Anti-Vortex Device pdf dgn dwg
9040.117 Anit-Seep Collar pdf dgn dwg
9040.118 Sediment Trap pdf dgn dwg
9040.119 Silt Fence pdf dgn dwg
9040.120 Stabilized Construction Entrance pdf dgn dwg

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Section 9050: Gabions and Revet Mattresses

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Double Twisted Wire Baskets
    2.02 Welded Wire Baskets
    2.03 Gabion and Mattress Stone
    2.04 Engineering Fabric
    2.05 Anchor Stakes
    2.06 Granular Subbase
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Subgrade Preparation and Bedding
    3.02 Engineering Fabric
    3.03 Connections
    3.04 Gabion Assembly and Installation
    3.05 Revet Mattress Assembly and Installation

Figure

9050.101 Gabion Assembly pdf dgn dwg

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Section 9060: Chain Link Fence

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Fabric
    2.02 Posts, Rails, and Braces
    2.03 Fittings
    2.04 Tie Wire and Tension Wire
    2.05 Barbed Wire Supporting Arms
    2.06 Barbed Wire
    2.07 Gates
    2.08 Concrete
    2.09 Electrical Ground
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Chain Link Fence Installation
    3.02 Removal of Existing Fences
    3.03 Temporary Fence

Figures

9060.101 Chain Link Fence pdf dgn dwg
9060.102 Chain Link Gate pdf dgn dwg
9060.103 Post Installation Adjacent to Retaining Walls pdf dgn dwg

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Section 9070: Landscape Retaining Walls

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Materials
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Excavation and Embankment
    3.02 Installation

Figures

9070.101 Landscape Timber Retaining Wall pdf dgn dwg
9070.102 Modular Block Retaining Wall pdf dgn dwg
9070.103 Limestone Retaining Wall pdf dgn dwg

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Section 9071: Segmental Block Retaining Walls

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Materials
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Excavation and Embankment
    3.02 Installation

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Section 9072: Combined Concrete Sidewalk and Retaining Wall

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Materials

  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Excavation and Embankment
    3.02 Installation
    3.03 Joints
    3.04 Rustication

Figure

9072.221
(MI-221)
Combined Retaining Wall - Sidewalk pdf dgn dwg

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Section 9080: Concrete Steps, Handrails, and Safety Rail

  • Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
  • Part 2: Products
    2.01 Steps
    2.02 Handrail
    2.03 Safety Rail
    2.04 Finish
    2.05 Attachment
  • Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Installation of Steps
    3.02 Installation of Rail
    3.03 Painting

Figures

9080.101 Type A Concrete Steps with Handrail pdf dgn dwg
9080.102 Type B Concrete Steps with Handrail pdf dgn dwg
9080.103 Safety Rail pdf dgn dwg

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Page last revised: June 5, 2017

Division 10: Demolition

Section 10,010: Demolition of Building Structures

    Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment

    Part 2: Products
    2.01 Backfill Material
    2.02 Topsoil
    2.03 Seeding
    2.04 Well Plugging

    Part 3: Execution
    3.01 General
    3.02 Utility Disconnections
    3.03 Protection of the Public
    3.04 Environmental Requirements
    3.05 Fuel Tank Removal
    3.06 Well Plugging and Abandonment
    3.07 Salvage
    3.08 Demolition and Removal
    3.09 Disposal
    3.10 Asbestos Abatement
    3.11 Recycling
    3.12 Backfill and Grading
    3.13 Clean Up and Seeding

Figure

10010.101 Details for Plugging Water Wells pdf dgn dwg

Page last revised: January 24, 2017

Division 11: Miscellaneous

Section 11,010: Construction Survey

    Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
    Part 2: Products
    2.01 Hubs
    2.02 Lath

    Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Equipment
    3.02 Project Control
    3.03 Construction Staking
    3.04 Monument Preservation and Replacement

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Section 11,020: Mobilization

    Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
    Part 2: Products
    None

    Part 3: Execution
    None

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Section 11,030: Temporary Services During Construction

    Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
    Part 2: Products
    2.01 Mailboxes

    Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Postal Service
    3.02 Solid Waste Collection

Figure

11030.101 Temporary Mailboxes pdf dgn dwg

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Section 11,040: Temporary Sidewalk Access

    Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
    Part 2: Products
    2.01 Granular Surfacing
    2.02 Temporary Longitudinal Channelizing Device

    Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Temporary Pedestrian Residential Access
    3.02 Temporary Granular Sidewalk
    3.03 Temporary Longitudinal Channelizing Device

Figures

11040.101 Temporary Granular Sidewalk and Temporary Residential Access pdf dgn dwg
11040.102 Temporary Pedestrian Channelizing Device pdf dgn dwg

 

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Section 11,050: Concrete Washout

    Part 1: General
    1.01 Section Includes
    1.02 Description of Work
    1.03 Submittals
    1.04 Substitutions
    1.05 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    1.06 Scheduling and Conflicts
    1.07 Special Requirements
    1.08 Measurement and Payment
    Part 2: Products
    2.01 Concrete Washout

    Part 3: Execution
    3.01 Concrete Washout
    3.02 Cleanup and Removal

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Page last revised: January 24, 2017