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Contract - Texas Materials - 8/12/2021 g..../424.. CITY OF ROUND ROCK ORIGINAL TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT - • - ROUND ROCK TEXAS Project Manual For: 2021 Street Maintenance Program (SMP) Arterials - Hesters Crossing Rd, Jeffrey Way, Paloma Dr, Mays St, Old Settlers Blvd, Forest Creek Dr July 2021 6:4 OF Teiihti> Prepared By: i# " �!` •#�+ 40 s � MATTHEW BUSHAK • 91 480 14-• APP iOVED *Yj (SfNG�t��i OIL ,TTOR owita q�7;aA. 'NW 1:11r io TBPE Firm Registration No 00020 NOTICE TO BIDDERS 00100 INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS 7. If awarded the bid, bidder must submit Form 1295 on the Texas Ethics Commission (TEC) Website at https://www.ethics.state.tx.us/whatsnew/elf info form 1295.htm and submit the signed Form 1295 to the City Clerk at swhite(a,roundrocktexas.gov within ten (10) business days of notification of the award. Instructions for completing a Form 1295 are attached as Exhibit "A" to the Instructions to Bidders. 8. No conditional bids will be accepted. 9. A bidder wishing to withdraw his submitted sealed bid prior to the scheduled bid opening time must do so by presenting in person a written request signed by an authorized representative of the bidder to a City employee at the location for which sealed bids are to be addressed. No telephone, facsimile, or email requests will be accepted. The City will expend the time and effort that the City in its sole discretion determines is necessary to investigate the authenticity of a request before complying with a request. The City shall in its sole discretion determine if the City will comply with a request and the City shall not be held liable for not complying with a request. If the City does not comply with a request, the request shall automatically become null and void. 10. A bidder wishing to revise his sealed bid after submittal but before the scheduled bid opening time must first withdraw his bid as provided for in the Instructions to Bidders and then submit a sealed bid in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. No revisions to a bid will be allowed after the scheduled bid opening time. The bidder shall be responsible for ensuring the amount of the bid security is as specified in the Instructions to Bidders. 11. All bid securities will be returned to the respective bidders within twenty-five(25)days after bids are opened, except those which the City elects to hold until the successful bidder has executed the Agreement. Thereafter, all remaining securities, including security of the successful bidder, will be returned within sixty (60) days. 12. Until the award of the contract, the City reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive technicalities; to advertise for new bids; or to do the work otherwise when the best interest of the City will be thereby promoted. 13. In case of ambiguity or lack of clarity in the statement of prices in the bids, the City reserves the right to consider the most favorable analysis thereof, or to reject the bid. Unreasonable and/or unbalanced prices submitted in a bid may result in rejection of such bid or other bids. 14. Award of the contract, if awarded, will be made based upon the criteria set forth in Section 2269.055 of the Texas Government Code. In determining the award of a contract under Chapter 2269, the City may consider; 1) the price; 2) the bidder's experience; 3) the quality of the bidder's goods or services;4)the impact on the ability of the City to comply with rules relating to historically underutilized business; 5) the bidder's safety record; 6) the bidder's proposed personnel; 7)whether the bidder's financial capability is appropriate to the size and scope of the project; and 8)any other relevant factor specifically listed in the request for bids. Page 2 00100 2-2021 Instructions to Bidders 00426487 estimates. The basis for payment shall be the actual amount of work done and/or material furnished as specified in the General Conditions. 22. Bids shall be submitted on a separated contract basis. No Texas sales tax shall be included in the prices bid for materials consumed or incorporated into the Work.This contract is issued by an organization which is qualified for exemption pursuant to the provisions of Section 151.309(5) of the Texas Tax Code. The City will issue an exemption certificate to the Contractor. The Contractor must then issue a resale certificate to the material supplier for materials purchased. The Contractor must have a valid sales tax permit in order to issue a resale certificate. Upon obtaining consumable materials, the Contractor will issue a resale certificate in lieu of payment of sales tax, and the following conditions shall be observed; 1) The Contractor will transfer title of consumable, but not incorporated, materials to the City at the time and point of receipt by the Contractor; 2) The Contractor will be paid for these consumable materials by the City as soon as practicable. Payment will not be made directly but considered subsidiary to the pertinent bid item. The Contractor's monthly estimate will state that the estimate includes consumables that were received during the month covered by the estimate; and 3) The designated representative of the City must be notified as soon as possible of the receipt of these materials so that an inspection can be made by the representative.Where practical,the materials will be labeled as the property of the City. 23. The Contractor, after execution of the contract and pursuant to Internal Revenue Service (IRS) regulations, shall furnish its Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) to the City. The Contractor shall provide the appropriate information on a W-9 form (which can be provided by the City upon request). This form shall be submitted directly to the City's Accounts Payable Department to ensure security of the information. 24. If the Bid Form includes Add and/or Deduct Alternate bid items and/or otherwise provides for Alternate bids, the City will determine whether to select or not select one or more of the Add and/or Deduct Alternate bid items and/or Alternate bids at the City's sole discretion and for its greatest advantage. If the City selects any Add and/or Deduct Alternate bid items, the total bid amount will be determined by adding the amount of the selected Add Alternates) to, and deducting the amount of the selected Deduct Alternate(s) from the Base Bid or the selected Alternate bid. Page 4 00100 2-202 1 Instructions to Bidders 00426487 00200 BID BOND Bid Bond No. 69453-LIB-21-0091 BID BOND Conforms with The American Institute of Architects,A.I.A. Document No.A-310 KNOW ALL BY THESE PRESENTS,That we, Texas Materials Group,Inc. 1320 Arrow Point Drive Suite 600 Cedar Park,TX 78613 as Principal,hereinafter called the Principal, and the Liberty Mutual Insurance Company of 175 Berkeley Street Boston,MA 02116 ,a corporation duly organized under the laws of the State of Massachusetts ,as Surety,hereinafter called the Surety,are held and firmly bound unto City of Round Rock as Obligee,hereinafter called the Obligee, in the sum of Five Percent of Amount Bid Dollars($ 5% ),for the payment of which sum well and truly to be made,the said Principal and the said Surety,bind ourselves,our heirs,executors,administrators,successors and assigns,jointly and severally,firmly by these presents. WHEREAS,the Principal has submitted a bid for 2021 Street Maintenance Program(SMP)—Arterials—Hesters Crossing Road,Jeffrey Way,Paloma Drive,Mays Street,Old Settlers Boulevard,Forest Creek Drive NOW, THEREFORE,if the Obligee shall accept the bid of the Principal and the Principal shall enter into a Contract with the Obligee in accordance with the terms of such bid, and give such bond or bonds as may be specified in the bidding or Contract Documents with good and sufficient surety for the faithful performance of such Contract and for the prompt payment of labor and material furnished in the prosecution thereof,or in the event of the failure of the Principal to enter such Contract and give such bond or bonds, if the Principal shall pay to the Obligee the difference not to exceed the penalty hereof between the amount specified in said bid and such larger amount for which the Obligee may in good faith contract with another party to perform the Work covered by said bid,then this obligation shall be null and void,otherwise to remain in full force and effect. 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State of Texas County of Harris ss: On July 16, 2021 ,before me,a Notary Public in and for said County and State,residing therein,duly commissioned and sworn,personally appeared Stephanie Gross known to me to be Attorney-in-Fact of Liberty Mutual Insurance Company the corporation described in and that executed the within and foregoing instrument,and known to me to be the person who executed the said instrument in behalf of the said corporation,and he duly acknowledged to me that such corporation executed the same. IN WITNESS WHEREOF,I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal,the day and year stated in this certificate above. 4 My Commission Expires May 7, 2023 0 VIVO)/1 MAk Jessica Richmond, Notary Public Liaim—mbi-dee' ;, Jessica Richmond *1 Notary P.ubliic,State of Texas Comm.Expires May 7,2023 +;, 128519389 \\\a NotaryID 00300 BID FORM BID FORM 2021 Street Maintenance Program(SMP)-Arterials-Hesters Crossing Rd, PROJECT NAME: Jeffrey Way, Paloma Dr, Mays St, Old Settlers Blvd, Forest Creek Dr. PROJECT LOCATION: Round Rock, Texas OWNER: City of Round Rock, Texas DATE: July 20, 2021 Gentlemen: Pursuant to the foregoing Notice to Bidders and Instructions to Bidders, the undersigned bidder hereby proposes to do all the Work, to furnish all necessary superintendence, labor, machinery, equipment, tools, materials, insurance and miscellaneous items, to complete all the Work on which he bids as provided by the attached Bid Documents, and as shown on the plans for the construction of 2021 Street Maintenance Program (SMP)-Arterials-Hesters Crossing Rd,Jeffrey Way,Paloma Dr,Mays St, Old Settlers Blvd, Forest Creek Dr. and binds himself on acceptance of this bid to execute the Agreement and bond for completing said Work within the time stated, for the following prices, to wit: Any addenda issued will be posted with the Project Manual and/or Contract Documents on the City's website at https://www.roundrocktexas.gov/businesses/solicitations/ by the close of business on July 13, 2021 . Prior to submitting a bid, the bidder is responsible for determining if any addenda have been issued and for following any instructions in any addenda issued. Bidder acknowledges receipt of the following Addenda by listing Addendum "number" and "date". Addendum 1 7/7/21 • BASE BID Bid Approx. Item Description Item Quantit Unit and Written Unit Price Unit Price Amount 1 2258 TON Pavement Repair (12" Depth) complete in place per TON for ONe Hundred Twenty Six dollars and Fifteen cents. $126 . 15 $284, 846 . 70 2 510 LF Remove and Replace Curb and Gutter complete in place per LF for Fifty Seven dollars and twenty cents. $57 . 20 $ 29, 172 . 00 00300-9-2015 Page 1 of 6 Bid Form BASE BID Bid Approx. Item Description Item Quantit Unit and Written Unit Price Unit Price Amount 3 6050 SF Remove and Replace Reinforced Concrete Sidewalk complete in place per SF for Eleven dollars and Ninety five cents. $11 . 95 $72, 297 . 50 4 1400 SF Remove and Replace Reinforced Concrete Driveway complete in place per SF for Fifteen dollars and Sixty cents. $15 . 60 $21, 840 0p 5 2 EA Reinforced Concrete Sidewalk Ramp complete in place per EA for Eighteen Hundred Twentydollars and zero cents. $1820 . 00 $3640 . 00 6 213796 SY Surface Milling (2" Depth) complete in place per SY for TWO dollars and Thirty Three cents. $2 . 33 $498, 144 . 68 100 SY Edge Milling (O"-2") complete in place per SY for Eleven dollars and Forty Six cents. $11 . 46 $1146 . 00 00300-9-2015 Page 2 of 6 Bid Form BASE BID Bid Approx. Item Description Item Quantit Unit and Written Unit Price Unit Price Amount 8 24057 TON Type D HMAC Surface Course (2") complete in place per TON for Eighty Nine dollars and zero cents. $89 . 00 $2, 141, 073 . 00 9 6 EA Valve Can Adjustment complete in place per EA One Hundred Thirty for dollars and zero cents. $130 . 00 $780 . 00 10 22 EA Manhole Adjustment complete in place per EA for Three Hundred fifty dollars and zero cents. $350 . 00 $7, 700 . 00 11 15086 LF REFL PAV MRK TY I (W)4"(SLD)(lOO MIL) complete in place per LF for 0 dollars and forty six cents. $00 . 46 $6, 939 . 56 12 39155 LF REFL PAV MRK TY I (W)4"(BRK)(lOO MIL) complete in place per for 0 dollars and twenty cents. $00 . 20 $7831 . 00 13 1000 EA REFL PAV MRKR TY I-C complete in place per EA for Four dollars and Forty Four cents. $4 . 44 $4, 440 . 00 00300-9-2015 Page 3 of 6 Bid Form BASE BID Bid Approx. Item Description Item Quantit Unit and Written Unit Price Unit Price Amount 14 54053 LF REFL PAV MRK TY I (Y)4"(SLD)(lOO MIL) complete in place per LF for 0 dollars and Forty Six cents. $00 . 46 $24, 864 . 38 15 13108 LF REFL PAV MRK TY I (Y)4"(BRK)(lOO MIL) complete in place per LF for 0 dollars and twenty cents. $00 . 20 $2, 621 . 60 16 2100 EA REFL PAV MRKR TY II-A-A complete in place per EA for Four dollars and Thirteen cents. $4 . 13 $8, 673 . 00 17 6572 LF REFL PAV MRK TY I (W)8"(SLD)(lOO MIL) complete in place per LF for Orie dollars and Two cents. $1 . 02 $6703 . 44 18 402 LF REFL PAV MRK TY I (W)8"(BRK)(100 MIL) complete in place per LF for Orie dollars and Ninety four cents. $1 . 94 $779 . 88 19 2434 LF REFL PAV MRK TY I (W)12"(SLD)(100 MIL) complete in place per LF for Three dollars and Fifty Seven cents. $3 • 57 $8689 . 38 00300-9-2015 Page 4 of 6 Bid Form BASE BID Bid Approx. Item Description Item Quantit Unit and Written Unit Price Unit Price Amount 20 2087 LF REFL PAV MRK TY I (Y)12"(SLD)(lOO MIL) complete in place per LF for Four dollars and Eight cents. $4 . 08 $8, 514 . 96 21 1347 LF REFL PAV MRK TY I (W)24"(SLD)(lOO MIL) complete in place per LF for Nine dollars and Twenty eight cents. $9 . 28 $12, 500 . 16 22 76 EA REFL PAV MRK TY I (W)(ARROW)(100 MIL) complete in place per EA for One Hundred Thirty Twodollars and Sixty cents. $132 . 60 $10 . 077 . 60 23 31 EA REFL PAV MRK TY I (W)(WORD "ONLY")(100 MIL) complete in place per EA for One Hundred Forty Seven dollars and Ninety cents. $147 . 90 $4, 584 . 90 24 4 MO Traffic Control complete in place per MO for ThirtySeven Thou . Seven &i[th ,r and zero cents. $37, 750 . 00 $151, 000 . 00 00300-9-2015 Page 5 of 6 Bid Form TOTAL BASE BID (Items 1 thru 24 ) $3, 318, 8 5 9 . 7 4 Materials: $1, 4 7 2, 6 3 4 . 0 0 All Other Charges: $1, 8 4 6, 2 2 5 . 7 4 * Total: $3,.318,.859 . 74 * Note: This total must be the same amount as shown above for "Total Base Bid" If this bid is accepted, the undersigned agrees to execute the Agreement and provide necessary bonds and insurance certification as per the Instructions to Bidders. The undersigned certifies that the bid prices contained in the bid have been carefully checked and are submitted as correct and final. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and may waive any informalities or technicalities. Respectfully bmitted, 'f-->c___(_ / J 7- ilg 120 ut-di Pc)) rllT D R Signature C�� )J ,-TX 7(j6 /3 fafrk 130---- n c/4 4( P`ri Name Address AA --657- - LA../ ,Aff--1-37e----',c- -"-- .5- i #Z - 8' i -- 7/do Title Telephone -TE)e 4 5-• ril/4--r-tw i 4-2_ I' 620 u,p., i "r C Name of Firm 77Z-0/2,0 7.-- i ,/" ---- Z .,____- 7-2.-- . Date Secretary, if Bidder is a Corporation 00200-9-2015 Page 6 of 6 Bid Form 00410 STATEMENT OF BIDDER'S SAFETY EXPERIENCE Page 1 00410 8-2014 Statement of Bidder's Safety Experience 00090654 Solicitation Requirements, Contract Forms & Conditions of Contract Statement of Bidder's Safety Experience Section 00410 Bidder must submit a signed Statement of Bidder's Safety Experience form with his Bid; failure to do so will constitute an incomplete Bid that may be rejected. In order to make a responsive Bid, Bidder must provide evidence that it meets minimum OSHA construction safety program requirements, has not been fined by OSHA for any willful safety violations in the past three years, and has a lost time injury rate that doesn't exceed the limits established below. All questions must be answered and data given must be clear and comprehensive. If necessary, questions may be answered on separate attached sh ets. Company Name: � S Mat S Address: 1�� Ar�i%�l.�-�R)11'JJj1L S./ GW Phone: 2 - I 7./c ) 7r&o(. Completed by: \Dt\ nc, a IA Date: ct, 1. Does the company have a written construction Safety program? EKes ❑No 2. Does the company conduct construction safety inspections? gres El No 3. Does the company have an active construction safety-training program? s ❑No 4. Has the company been fined by OSHA for any willful safety violations in the past ElYes No three years? 5. Does the company have a lost time injury rate of 7.8 for SIC 15, or 7.6 for SIC 16, EKs ❑No or less over the past three years? Attach the company's OSHA 200/300 logs for the past three years. 6. Does the company or affected subcontractors have competent persons in the following Areas? A. Scaffolding El Yes ElNo N/A B. Excavation a2eres ElNo El N/A C. Cranes ElYes ElNo [�1/A D. Electrical El Yes ElNo EK/A E. Fall Protection s ElNo ❑N/A F. Confined Spaces es ElNo ❑N/A I hereby certify that the above information is true and correct. Signature Title Ike\ Page 1 00410 8-2014 Statement of Bidder's Safety Experience 00090654 Attention:This form contains information relating to (10 employee health and must be used in a manner that OSHA's Form 300(Rev.01/2004) protects the confidentiality of employees to the Year 2019 exLog of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses for ct upasible while y the information p isp being used occupational safety and health purposes. V.S.Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration You mutt record information about every work-related injury or illness that involves loss of consciousness.restricted work activty or job transfer,days away from work or medical treatment beyond first aid.You must ako Form approved OMB no.1218-0176 record significant work-related injuries and illnesses that we diagnosed bye physician or licensed health we professional You must also record work-related injuries end illnesses that meet any of the specific recording criteria bated in 29 CFR 1804.E through 1904.12.Feel free to use two lines fora single case ifyou need to.You must complete en injury and illness incident report(OSHA Form 301)or equivalent form far each injury or illness Establishment name CRH Americas-Texas Materials recorded on this form.N you're not sure whether a case Is recordable,cal your local OSHA office for help. City State Identify the person Describe the case Classify the case (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (F) Enter the number of CHECK ONLY ONE box for each case based on the days the injured or ill Check the"injury"column or choose one type of Case No. Employee's Name Job Title(e.g., Date of Where the event occurred(e.g. Describe injury or illness,parts of body affected, most serious outcome for that case: worker was: illness: Welder) injury or Loading dock north end) and object/substance that directly injured or made onset of person IN(e.g.Second degree burns on right illness forearm from acetylene torch) , (M) Days away On job Death Remained at work Away (mo./day). from work From transfer or o c restriction , Job transfer Other record- V110rk (days) C E or restriction able cases (days) i s i nn dr o o_ 1 (G) (H) (1) (J) (K) CLJ (1) -(2) (3) (4) (5) (6) CL-2019.01-29030851 Perkins,Reiss Plant Operations 01/25 beneath the crag at the asphalt Laceration,Finger(s),Cut,puncture or scrape plant X 0 0 X CL-2019-02-12031034 Sobs,Arturo Equipment/Shop 02/06 at the beckman 4 plant site near Laceration,Thumb,Other than physical cause of Mechanic the material stcker injury X 0 0 X i CL-2019-02-18031092 Larson,Brandon Plant Operations 02/15 at the primary stacker at the rail Laceration,Finger(a),Cut,puncture or scrape from unloading facility a non-powered hand tool X 0 0 X CL-2019-04-15031912 Scroggins,Darin Trucking/Transp 04/12 incident occurred on the job site Contusion,Shoulder,Slip or fall on same level ort,Driver while delivering ready mix X 35 75 X concrete CL-2019.05-20032407 Ramert,Samuel Other Manager, 05/15 in the field on job site in Lifting Puncture,Lower Leg,Cut,puncture or scrape Supervisor Texas X 0 0 X CL-2019-05-23032475 -Turner,Tyler DC Technician ' 05/17 on a jobsite Contusion,Knee,Struck against or stepped on an 1 object X 0 0 X CL-2019-06-03032605 Morales Garcia,Jose Construction r 06/01 'incident took place on the yard Contusion,Elbow,Slip or fall from different level Laborers post shift during clean up X 0 4 X activities + CL-2019-06-26032998 Avalon Toyer,Saul Plant Operations 06/04 on the silos Fracture,Finger(s),Struck against or stepped on an object X 0 5 X CL-2019-08-07033778 Basantes,Julio Trucking/Transp 08/06 on a resident job site where the Injury,Hand,Caught in or between objects ort,Driver operator was offloading material X 0 0 X into a pump truck Page totals 0 t 2 6 36 B4 9 0 , 0 0 0 0 Be sure to transfer these totals to the Summary page(Form 300A)before you post it. o P g t § A .2 J ! o Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 14 minutes per response,including time to review the instruction.search c U a a,and oather the data needed,and complete and review the colection of information.Persons are not requred to respond to the collection of information m = o Attention:This form contains information relating to employee health and must be used in a manner that OSHA's Form 300(Rev.01/2004) protects the confidentiality of employees to the Year 2019 Log of Work-Related Injuries and illnesses extent occuposspational while y a information Is being used for occupational safety and health purposes. V.S.Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration You must record information about every work-related injury or illness that involves loss of consciousness,resiicted work activity or job transfer,days away from work,or medical treatment beyond fret aid.You must also Form approved OMB no.1218-0176 record significant walk-related injuries end illnesses that are diagnosed by a physician or licensed health care professional.You must also record wok-related injuries end illnesses that meet any of the specific recording critena listed in 29 CFR 1904.8 through 1904.12,Feel tree to use two lines for a single case if you need to.You must complete an injury and illness incident report(OSHA Form 301)or equivalent form for each injury or illness Establishment name CRH Americas-Texas Materials recorded on this form.if you're not sure whether a case is recordable,call your local OSHA office for help. City State Identify the person Describe the case Classify the case (A) (6) (C) (D) (E) (F) Enter the number of CHECK ONLY ONE box for each case based on the days the injured or ill Check the"injury"column or choose one type of Case No. Employee's Name Job Title(e.g., Date of Where the event occurred(e.g. Describe injury or illness,parts of body affected, most serious outcome for that case: worker was: illness: Welder) injury or Loading dock north end) and objectlsubetance that directly injured or made onset of person ill(e.g.Second degree burns on right illness forearm from acetylene torch) (M) Days away On job Death Remained at work Away (mo./day) from work From transfer or 0 2 Ea Job transfer Other record- Work restriction '6 ,o A ,0 g O or restriction able cases (days) (days) �i s`n t g _s_G) _ LH) (0 )J) (K) (L) (1) I (2) I (3 I (4) I (5) I 0.2 unless it displays a wren*valid OMk control number.If you have any comments about these estimates or any aspects oflhis data collection,contact US Department of Labor,OSHA Office of Statistics,Room N-3644,200 Constitution Ave,NW,Washington,DC 20210.Do not send the completed forms LI to this office. Page 1 of 1 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) OSHA's Form 300A(Rev.01/2004) Year 2019 Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses U.S.Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Heakh Administration Form approved OMB no.121 e-0175 All establishments covered by Part 1904 must complete this Summary page,even if no injuries or illnesses occurred during the year.Remember to review the Log to verity that the entries are complete and accurate before completing this summary. Using the Log,count the individual entries you made for each category. Then write the totals below, Establishment information making sure you've added the entries from every page of the log.if you had no cases write''0," Employees former employees,and their representatives have the right to review the OSHA Form Your establishment name CRH Americas-Texas Materials 300 in its entirety. They also have limited access to the OSHA Form 301 or its equivalent.See 29 CFR 1904.35,in OSHA's Recordkeeping rule,for further details on the access provisions for these i »s Street Number of Cases City 0 State 0 Zip Industry description(e.g.,Manufacture of motor truck trailers) Total number of Total Total number of cases Total number of deaths number of with job transfer or other recordable cases with restriction cases Standard Industrial Classification(SIC),If known(e.g.,SiC 3715) 0 1 2 6 (G) (H) (I) (J) OR North American Industrial Classification(NAICS),if known(e.g.,336212) Number of Days Employment information Total number of Total number of days of days away from job transfer or restriction Annual average number of employees work 35 84 Total hours worked by all employees last (K) (I) Injury and Illness Types Sign here Total number of... Knowingly falsifying this document may result in a fine. (M) (1)Injury 9 (4) Poisoning 0 (2)Skin Disorder 0 (5) Hearing Loss 0 I certify that I have examined this document and that to the best of my knowledge the entries are true,accurate,and (3)Respiratory Condition 0 (6)All Other illnesses 0 complete. Company executive Title Post this Summary page from February 1 to April 30 of the year following the year covered by the form Phone Date Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 58 minutes per response,including time to review the instructor,search and gather the data needed,and complete and review the collection d information.Persons are not required to respond to the collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number.if you have any comments about these estimates or any aspects of this data coiecbon,contact: US Department of Labor,OSHA Office of Statistics,Room N-3644,200 Constitution Ave,NW,Washington,DC 20210.Do not send the completed forms to this nfftce. .. ......_............._. , r -- • Attention:This form contains intimation relafng to ` HA' o Q (Rev.�'l12Q04� empbyee Methand:twat be used Er a manner that • LOSmob the confidentiality of employees to the Year 2020 og o f Work-R&ated Injuries and Illnesses pos � 11.t?,ei�r �n2u=efor occupational sa sty and health per. 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Establishment name CM Americas-Texas Materials City r•,.. .....,._. 1a t!i` ,N y f' r'^r---- ---•i r•.. a __....Scat! • • • • r .1` f V.) n Enter the number of Due No, Employee's Nerve Job Tina(a.s., 'Acts of Where the avert occurred(e.g, Describe Injury of ice,parts of body Heated CHECK ONLY ONE box for each cue baud on the days the Injured or IC most serious(Moms tor that case: Chock the'Way.column or cheese one type of Welder) 1tlJrrry or tooling dock north end) and�J�'aubsterr:e that directly Ir�.rred armada I. worker was: illness:ar t of parson tit(a.g.T3ecar,d degree brume on _ I • ] -:..,. tllneaa forearm from scaly a torch) •' —60..... .. .., r 'a:''-,x:,`..��rS (m°Jday� i I`)-..-i, .•_ 1 etas .,.Citt:ial. , AWsy Otttb ,.-Jsii�� ... �' � Frorri ttartsat: .E.1 X -4 4 Jab transfer Other record.. Work re9tr Leif or restriction able se (days (d e) • CI -01-0To3e77a Cor:attuofon Dux at the eta fuel Island ContrraEon,LowerAr eltai9 0p.y ra Arm, ( l] • . 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Attention:This letYn contains isbravathop itteeng!bo esp,oyee tretto,NM,vti bit trted ,s more,tP•ot Year 2018 OSHA's From 300 (Rev 01/2004) per.fras the corlicertottv of etnoloyou to Vic WA* p2tslia*We tote titt:mtaltIn is beiq uslco ice U. S.Department of Labor Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses occuoatt.s,UAW tro hviit,purposes. 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INSURANCE Liberty Mutual Group 157 Berkeley Street Boston,MA 02116 Tel: (617)654-4096 Fax: (617)574-5802 October 20,2020 CRH Americas,Inc Brian Colbert,Director of Risk Mgmt. 46 Spring Street Holbrook,MA 02343 Dear Brian, The Workers Compensation Experience Modification Rating Factor(EMR's)as you requested: 9/1/2020 9/1/2019 9/1/2018 9/1/2017 9/1/2016 9/1/2015 9/1/2014 9/1/2013 9/1/2012 9/1/2011 9/1/2010 0.52 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.56 0.57 0.57 0.53 0.56 0.61 0.64 If you need anything else,I can be reached at(617)654-4096. Sincerely, Natalie O'Brien Account Specialist Helping people life safe,more secure lives. DocuSign Envelope ID:3FDDE17O2C88-4BEA-A6CE-E52AFCO3A1 12 ACTION BY WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF TEXAS MATERIALS GROUP,INC. The undersigned,being all of the members of the Board of Directors of Texas Materials Group, Inc., a Delaware corporation(the"Corporation"),do hereby,pursuant to applicable Delaware statute, give this written consent to the taking of the following actions, such actions to have the same force and effect had a meeting been duly called and held: I. ELECTION OF OFFICERS RESOLVED,that effective January 1, 2021 all previous elections of officers are terminated, and the following persons be,and hereby are, elected to serve as officers of the Corporation(each individually,an "Officer" and collectively,the "Officers") in the capacities set forth opposite their respective names until such time as their successors shall be elected and qualified: Aaron Price President Kristin Davis Secretary/Treasurer Kal A. Kincaid Vice President/Assistant Secretary David Young Vice President/Assistant Secretary John Shogren Vice President/Assistant Secretary Nicholas Schack Vice President/Assistant Secretary Mike Brown Vice President/Assistant Secretary William B. Miller Admin. Vice President/Assistant Secretary Robert Banks Assistant Secretary FURTHER RESOLVED,that the Officers be, and each of them hereby is, authorized to execute and deliver agreements, contracts, documents, certificates, and other instruments,under the seal of the Corporation if required, for the purpose of conducting the Corporation's business, including without limitation, selling products and securing construction work, and to take such other action, as they may deem necessary, advisable,convenient, or appropriate to carry out and fully perform duties incident to the office or offices so appointed, and such other duties as may be prescribed by the Board of Directors from time to time; FURTHER RESOLVED, that the following persons are hereby designated Officers solely for the purpose of attesting signatures of other Officers signing on behalf of the Corporation, and for executing and attesting various corporate documents, tax returns, affidavits, and other instruments as may be necessary from time to time: Jessica Aldrich Assistant Secretary/Assistant Treasurer Chris Michael Assistant Secretary Michael F. Deaton Assistant Secretary Rodney McCarn Assistant Secretary Dean W. Buchanan Assistant Secretary Gary P. Hickman Assistant Secretary William P. Jones Assistant Secretary David M. Toolan Assistant Secretary David C. Lewis Assistant Secretary DocuSLgn Envelope ID:3FDDE17O2C88-4BEA-A6CE-E52AFCO3A1 12 II. APPOINTMENT OF AUTHORIZED EMPLOYEES RESOLVED, that effective January 1, 2021 all previous appointments of authorized employees are terminated, and that the following persons be and each of them hereby is appointed to serve as an authorized employee of the Corporation, which persons shall be authorized to execute and deliver such agreements, contracts, documents, certificates and other instruments, under the seal of the Corporation if required, for the purpose of conducting the Corporation's business including, without limitation, selling products and securing construction work: Robert Brown Kaylon Page Wayne Sweet Barry Egbert James A. Connor Ron Stinson Dean Donnellan Stephen Koonce Lance Phillips Artie Tucker David Reese Ben Liggett Rebecca Rutledge Scott Blanchard Angela Kvarme TJ Brown Lisa Roberts Robert Alvis Derek Schluterman Tom Hershberger Sam Davis Kelly Andrews FURTHER RESOLVED, that the President of the Corporation may, from time to time, without further action by the Board of Directors, appoint other persons to serve as authorized employees, or remove any individuals from this capacity, and to direct those appointed to take such action, as he may deem necessary, advisable, convenient or appropriate to carry out and fully perform the duties incident to the office of President; III. AUTHORIZATION OF TRADE NAMES RESOLVED, that the activities and operations of the Corporation may be carried on in any of the following manners or styles as may from time-to-time be deemed necessary or appropriate: Gulf Coast,A CRH company Texas Bit,A CRH company Texas Concrete,A CRH company Texas Materials,A CRH company FURTHER RESOLVED, that the President of the Corporation may, from time to time, without further action by the Board of Directors, authorize the use of additional trade names, and to deem unauthorized any trade name previously authorized, as he may deem necessary, advisable, convenient or appropriate. N. MISCELLANEOUS RESOLVED,that all actions previously taken by any Officer of the Corporation appointed hereunder in his/her capacity as such Officer be, and each of them hereby is, adopted,ratified, confirmed and approved in all respects as the authorized acts and deeds of the Corporation; DocuSign Envelope ID:3FDDE170-2C88-4BEA-A6CE-E52AFC03A112 FURTHER RESOLVED, that each undersigned agrees that electronic signatures, whether digital or encrypted, of the Board of Directors are intended to authenticate this consent and to have the same force and effect as manual signatures. As used in the previous sentence,the term"electronic signatures"means any electronic sound, symbol or process attached to or logically associated with this consent and executed and adopted by a member of the Board of Directors with the intent to sign such consent, including, but not limited to, e-mail electronic signatures executed through DocuSign Services; and FURTHER RESOLVED,that this Consent, following execution by all of the members of the Board of Directors, be filed in appropriate order in the minute book of the Corporation. r--DocuSigned by: DocuSigned by: 366, katit4GV'bl�, price, `--6DBDOA4A9D404EA... 29CBDFD6B4791 E9... John J. Keating Aaron Price 00500 AGREEMENT City of Round Rock, Texas Contract Forms Standard Form of Agreement: Section 00500 City of Round Rock, Texas Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor AGREEMENT made as of the t\1LV) Z14- )day of in the year 2024. BETWEEN the Owner: City of Round Rock,Texas(hereafter"Owner"or"City") 221 East Main Street Round Rock,Texas 78664 and the Contractor Texas Materials Group, Inc. ("Contractor") 1320 Arrow Point Dr Cedar Park,TX 78613 The Project is described as: 2021 Street Maintenance Program(SMP) Arterials-Hesters Crossing Rd,Jeffrey Way,Paloma Dr, Mays St,Old Settlers Blvd, Forest Creek Dr The Engineer is: Matthew Bushak,PE. City of Round Rock 3400 Sunrise Road, Round Rock,TX 78665 (512)341-3318 For and in consideration of the mutual terms, conditions and covenants of this Agreement and all accompanying documents between Owner and Contractor, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged,Owner and Contractor agree as follows: ARTICLE I THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS The Contract Documents consist of this Agreement,Conditions of the Contract(General,Supplementary and other Conditions), Drawings, Specifications, Addenda issued prior to execution of this Agreement,other documents listed in this Agreement and Modifications issued after execution of this Agreement;these form the Contract,and are as fully a part of the Contract as if attached to this Agreement or repeated herein. The Contract represents the entire and integrated agreement between the parties hereto and supersedes prior negotiations,representations or agreements, either written or oral. An enumeration of the Contract Documents,other than Modifications,appears in Article 7. ARTICLE 2 THE WORK OF THIS CONTRACT Contractor shall fully execute the Work described in the Contract Documents,except to the extent specifically indicated in the Contract Documents to be the responsibility of others. 00500 4-2020 Page 1 of 5 Standard Form of Agreement 00443647 2112•1 100,212. ARTICLE 3 DATE OF COMMENCEMENT;DATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION;DATE OF FINAL COMPLETION 3.1 The date of commencement of the Work shall be the date of this Agreement unless a different date is stated below or provision is made for the date to be fixed in a Notice to Proceed issued by Owner. • 3.2 The Contract Time shall be measured from the date delineated in the Notice to Proceed. 3.3 Contractor shall commence Work within ten (10 ) calendar days from the date delineated in the Notice to Proceed. 3.4 Contractor shall achieve Substantial Completion of the items of Work listed on Attachment A to this Agreement no later than N/A (N/A )calendar days from issuance by Owner of Notice to Proceed, and Contractor shall achieve Substantial Completion of the entire Work no later than one hundred ( 100 )calendar days from issuance by Owner of Notice to Proceed,subject to adjustments of this Contract Time as provided in the Contract Documents. 3.5 If Contractor fails to achieve Substantial Completion of the Work(or any portion thereof)on or before the date(s)specified for Substantial Completion in the Agreement,Contractor shall pay to Owner,as liquidated damages, the sum of five-hundred and No/100 Dollars($ 500.00 )for each calendar day that Substantial Completion is delayed after the date(s) specified for Substantial Completion. It is hereby agreed that the liquidated damages to which Owner is entitled hereunder are a reasonable forecast of just compensation for the harm that would be caused by Contractor's failure to achieve Substantial Completion of the Work(or any portion thereof)on or before the date(s)specified for Substantial Completion in the Agreement and is not a penalty.It is agreed that the harm that would be caused by such failure, which includes loss of expected use of the Project areas,provision of alternative storage facilities and rescheduling of moving and occupancy dates,is one that is incapable or very difficult of accurate estimation.It is hereby agreed that if Substantial Completion of the Work(or any portion thereof)is not achieved on or before thirty(30)days after the date(s) specified for Substantial Completion in the Agreement, the Owner shall have the option to either collect liquidated damages as set forth herein or to thereafter rely on its remedies under the Contract Documents and at law and in equity, including without limitation, the recovery of actual damages. The date(s) specified for Substantial Completion of the Work(or any portion thereof)in the Agreement shall be subject to adjustment as provided in the Contract Documents. 3.6 Contractor shall achieve Final Completion of the entire Work no later than one hundred and twenty ( 120 )calendar days from issuance by Owner of Notice to Proceed. ARTICLE 4i CONTRACT SUM 4.1 Owner shall pay Contractor the Contract Sum in current funds for Contractor's full and complete performance of the Work and all of Contractor's obligations under this Agreement. The Contract Sum shall be Three million,three-hundred eighteen thousand,eight-hundred fifty-nine dollars and seventy-four cents. ($ 3,318,859.74 ),subject to additions and deductions as provided in the Contract Documents. 4.2 Does the Contr act Sum include alternates which are described in the Bid Form? No X . Yes .Ifyes,please provide details below: 00500 42O2O Page 2 of 5 Standard Form of Agreement 00443647 ARTICLE 5 PAYMENTS 5.1 PROGRESS PAYMENTS 5.1.1 Based upon Applications for Payment submitted to Engineer and Owner by Contractor,and Certificates for Payment issued by Engineer and not disputed by Owner and/or Owner's lender,Owner shall make progress payments on account of the Contract Sum to Contractor as provided below, in Article 14 of the General Conditions, and elsewhere in the Contract Documents. 5.1.2 The period covered by each Application for Payment shall be one calendar month ending on the last day of the month. 5.1.3 Provided that an Application for Payment is received by Engineer and Owner, and Engineer issues a Certificate of Payment not Later than the tenth (loth) day of a month, Owner shall make payment to Contractor of amounts approved by the Owner not later than the tenth(10th)day of the next month.If an Application for Payment is received by Engineer and Owner after the application date fixed above,payment shall be made by Owner not later than one month after the Engineer issues a Certificate for Payment. The Owner shall not have any obligation to pay any amount covered by the Engineer's Certificate for Payment that is disputed by the Owner. 5.1.4 Each Application for Payment shall be based on the most recent schedule of values submitted by Contractor in accordance with the Contract Documents.The schedule of values shall allocate the entire Contract Sum among the various portions of the Work. The schedule of values shall be prepared in such form and supported by such data to substantiate its accuracy as Engineer and Owner may require.This schedule,unless objected to by Engineer or Owner, shall be used as a basis for reviewing Contractor's Applications for Payment. 5.1.5 Applications for Payment shall warrant the percentage of completion of each portion of the Work as of the end of the period covered by the Application for Payment. 5.1.6 Subject to other provisions of the Contract Documents, the amount of each progress payment shall be computed as provided in Article 14 of the General Conditions. 5.1.7 Except with Owner's prior written approval, Contractor shall not make advance payments to suppliers for materials or equipment which have not been delivered and stored at the site. 5.2 FINAL PAYMENT 5.2.1 Final payment, constituting the entire unpaid balance of the Contract Sum, shall be made by Owner to Contractor when: .1 Contractor has fully performed the Contract except for Contractor's responsibility to correct Work, and to satisfy other requirements,if any,which extend beyond final payment;and .2 a final Certificate for Payment has been issued by Engineer and approved by the Owner. 5.2.2 Owner's final payment to Contractor shall be made no later than thirty (30) days after the issuance of Engineer's final Certificate for Payment. In no event shall final payment be required to be made prior to thirty(30) days after all Work on the Contract has been fully performed.Defects in the Work discovered prior to final payment shall be treated as non-conforming Work and shall be corrected by Contractor prior to final payment,and shall not be treated as warranty items. ARTICLE 6 TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION 6.1 The Contract may be terminated by Owner or Contractor as provided in Article 15 of the General Conditions. 00500 42O2O Page 3 of 5 Standard Form of Agreement 00443647 6.2 The Work may be suspended by Owner as provided in Article 15 of the General Conditions. ARTICLE 7 ENUMERATION OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS 7.1 The Contract Documents,except for Modifications issued after execution of this Agreement,are enumerated as follows: 7.1.1 The Agreement is this executed version of the City of Round Rock,'Texas Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor,as modified. 7.1.2 The General Conditions are the "City of Round Rock Contract Forms 00700," General Conditions, as modified. 7.1.3 The Supplementary,Special,and other Conditions of the Contract are those contained in the Project Manual dated July 2021 7.1.4 The Specifications are those contained in the Project Manual dated July 2021 7.1.5 The Drawings,if any,are those contained in the Project Manual dated July 2021 7.1.6 The Insurance&Construction Bond Forms of the Contract are those contained in the Project Manual dated July2021 7.1.7 The Notice to Bidders,Instnictions to Bidders,Bid Form,and Addenda,if any,are those contained in the Project Manual dated July 2021 7.1.8 If this Agreement covers construction involving federal funds, thereby requiring inclusion of mandated contract clauses, such federally required clauses are those contained in the "City of Round Rock Contract Forms 03000,"Federally Required Contract Clauses,as modified. 7.1.9 Other documents,if any,forming part of the Contract Documents are as follows: N/A ARTICLE 8 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 8.1 Where reference is made in this Agreement to a provision of any document, the reference refers to that provision as amended or supplemented by other provisions of the Contract Documents. 8.2 Owner's representative is: Jose(JC)Montelongo II 3400 Sunrise Road,Round Rock,TX 78665 512-218-7026 jmonteIongo( roundrocktexas.gov 8.3 Contractor's representative is: °- 3 A •�, 5te, - - f- er bui3 " , A . II 'OA . • le ri ".1 8.4 Neither Owner's nor Contractor's representative shall be changed without ten(10)days'written notice to the other party. 00500 4202O Page 4 of 5 Standard Form of Agreement 00443647 8.5 Waiver of any breach of this Agreement shall not constitute waiver of any subsequent breach. 8.6 Owner agrees to pay Contractor from available funds for satisfactory performance of this Agreement in accordance with the bid or proposal submitted therefor,subject to proper additions and deductions,all as provided in the General Conditions, Supplemental Conditions, and Special Conditions of this Agreement, and Owner agrees to make payments on account thereof as provided therein. Lack of funds shall render this Agreement null and void to the extent funds are not available. This Agreement is a commitment of City of Round Rock's current revenues only. 8.7 Although this Agreement is drawn by Owner,both parties hereto expressly agree and assert that,in the event of any dispute over its meaning or application,this Agreement shall be interpreted reasonably and fairly, and neither more strongly for nor against either party. 8.8 This Agreement shall be enforceable in Round Rock, Texas, and if legal action is necessary by either party with respect to the enforcement of any or all of the terms or conditions herein, exclusive venue for same shall lie in Williamson County, Texas. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws and court decisions of the State of Texas. 8.9 Both parties hereby expressly agree that no claims or disputes between the parties arising out of or relating to this Agreement or a breach thereof shall be decided by an arbitration proceeding,including without limitation,any proceeding under the Federal Arbitration Act(9 USC Section 1-14)or any applicable state arbitration statute. 8.10 The parties, by execution of this Agreement, bind themselves, their heirs, successors, assigns, and legal representatives for the full and faithful performance of the terms and provisions hereof. This Agreement is entered into as of the day and year first written above and is executed in at least two (2) original copies,of which one is to be delivered to Owner. OWNER ONTRACTOR CITY O ROU 1 RO ,TEXAS \ .P.1) ! Printed Name: eZLI ' S , 7ciu ,//cePrinted ame: 1 r -'lI Title O Title: PM.r Date Signed: 2egi Date Signed: biZdiL g g ATTEST: M W.,MO P IP/ City Clerk FOR C' Y,APPROVED A'TO FORM: I C '.�11"\ A City Attorn k 00500 4-2020 Page 5 of 5 Standard Form of Agreement 00443647 00600 INSURANCE AND CONSTRUCTION BOND FORMS CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE Instruction Sheet 1. CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE FORM The City of Round Rock's Certificate of Liability Insurance form provided herein or a standard ACORD form. 2. PRODUCER and INSURED- Please list name, address, phone number and e-mail. 3. COMPANIES AFFORDING COVERAGE — TDI number required. The TDI number can be obtained from the Texas Dept of Insurance Website: http://www.tdi.state.tx.us/.—Company Lookup. Note: Exception to this rule. In certain instances where there is unusual risks involved,Surplus Lines Insurance Carriers can be used.Below are the guidelines: a. Insurance Comnanv does not have to be"licensed in Texas",but they do have to be"eliEible for a Texas license." Please verify with the Texas Dept of Insurance Website:http://www.tdi.state.tx.us/.—Company Lookup b. Policy has to be written by licensed surplus lines Agent. Also verify with the Texas Dept of Insurance Website:http://www.tdi.state.tx.us/-Agent Lookup 4. TYPES OF INSURANCE COVERAGE— CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT: Please double check the General Conditions and the Supplemental General Conditions for the types and amounts of insurance required. The Supplemental General Conditions usually state the following: a. Business Automobile Liability Insurance b. Workers' Compensation and Employers' Liability Insurance c. Commercial General Liability Insurance d. Builders' Risk Insurance— (Generally required for all "vertical" construction. Check with Project Manager for requirements.) FOR ALL OTHER CONTRACTS, PLEASE REFER TO THE INSURANCE SECTION FOR TYPE OF INSURANCE REQUIRED. (For example Engineering Service Contracts usually require"professional liability insurance".) 5. EFFECTIVE DATE & EXPIRATION DATE Please make sure dates are current. 6. City of Round Rock must be listed on the Certificate of Insurance as an additional insured (except Workers Compensation and Builders Risk). 7. Certificate must indicate that the insurance Company must give the City of Round Rock notice of any changes, cancellation , etc. at least thirty(30)days prior to date of change. 8. Make sure Certificate is signed by an Agent Licensed in the State of Texas, this can also be found on the Texas Department of Insurance website—www.tdi.state.tx.us—A2ent Lookup. Bond No. 014225316 PERFORMANCE BOND THE STATE OF TEXAS § § KNOW ALL BY THESE PRESENTS: COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § That Texas Materials Group, Inc. , of the City of Cedar Park County of Williamson , and State of Texas , as Principal, and Liberty Mutual Insurance Company authorized under the law of the State of Texas to act as surety on bonds for principals, are held and firmly bound unto the CITY OF ROUND ROCK, TEXAS (Owner),in the penal sum of Three million three-hundred eighteen thousand eight-hundred fifty-nine dollars and seventy-four cents Dollars ($3,318,859.74 ) for the payment whereof, well and truly to be made the said Principal and Surety bind themselves, and their heirs, administrators, executors, successors and assigns,jointly and severally, by these presents: WHEREAS, the Principal has entere• into a certain written Agreement with the Owner dated the day of ifg.20 21 to which the Agreement is hereby referred to and made a part hereof as fully and to the same extent as if copied at length herein consisting of: 2021 Street Maintenance Program(SMP) Arterials- Hesters Crossing Rd, Jeffrey Way, Paloma Dr, Mays St, Old Settlers Blvd,Forest Creek Dr NOW, THEREFORE, THE CONDITIONS OF THIS OBLIGATION IS SUCH, that if the said Principal shall faithfully perform said Agreement and shall, in all respects, duly and faithfully observe and perform all and singular the covenants, conditions and agreements in and by said Agreement, agreed and covenanted by the Principal to be observed and performed, including but not limited to, the repair of any and all defects in said work occasioned by and resulting from defects in materials furnished by or workmanship of,the Principal in performing the Work covered by said Agreement and occurring within a period of twelve (12) months from the date of Final Completion and all other covenants and conditions, according to the true intent and meaning of said Agreement and the Plans and Specifications hereto annexed,then this obligation shall be void; otherwise to remain in full force and effect; PROVIDED, HOWEVER, that this bond is executed pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 2253, Texas Government Code, as amended, and all liabilities on this bond shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of said Chapter 2253 to the same extent as if it were copied at length herein. Page 1 00610 4-2020 Performance Bond 00443639 City, State &Zip Code Page 2 00610 4-2020 Performance Bond 00443639 r� Vc Liberty rix ` Mutual. NOTIFICACION IMPORTANTE PARA OBTENER INFORMACION 0 REALIZAR UNA QUEJA: Usted puede escribir la notificaciOn y dirigirla a Liberty Mutual Surety en la siguiente direccion: Liberty Mutual Surety 2200 Renaissance Boulevard, Suite 400 King of Prussia, PA 19406-2755 Usted puede contactar al Departamento de Seguros de Texas para obtener information acerca de las companias, coberturas, derechos o quejas: 1-800-252-3439 Usted puede escribir al Departamento de Seguros de Texas a la siguiente direction: P. O. Box 149104 Austin, TX 78714-9104 Fax: (512) 475-1771 Web: http://www.tdi.state.tx.us E-mail: ConsumerProtection@tdi.state.tx.us Disputas acerca de primas o reclamos En caso de que usted quiera elevar una disputa concerniente al tema de primas, por favor contacte en primer lugar a su agente. Si el tema de la disputa es relativo a un reclamo, por favor contacte a la compania de seguros en primer termino. Si usted considers que la disputa no es apropiadamente resuelta en estas instancias, entonces usted puede contactar al Departamento de Seguros de Texas.. Adjunte esta notification a su pOliza: Esta notification es a los solos fines de su information y la misma no forma parte o conditions de manera alguna el documento adjunto. LMIC-3500 Page 2 of 2 Rev.7.1.07 ,,„"mmill AD® DATEMD ) CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE 8/23/2021 THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S), AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER,AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. IMPORTANT: If the certificate holder is an ADDITIONAL INSURED,the policy(ies)must have ADDITIONAL INSURED provisions or be endorsed. If SUBROGATION IS WAIVED, subject to the terms and conditions of the policy, certain policies may require an endorsement. A statement on this certificate does not confer rights to the certificate holder in lieu of such endorsement(s). PRODUCER Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.National Insurance East WAITE:kCT Valerie Reece 2000 Westwood Dr. PHONE FAX Wausau,WI54401 (A/C.No.Ems): 513-867-3822 (A/C.No): E-MAIL ADDRESS: OldcastIe.certscLibertyMutuaI.com INSURER(S)AFFORDING COVERAGE NAIC# vuww.LibertyMutual.com _INSURER A: Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Company 23035 INSURED INSURERS: Liberty Insurance Corporation 42404 Texas Materials Group, Inc.(21 1-CED) DBA Texas Materials INSURER C: 1320 Arrow Point Drive, Suite 600 INSURER D: Cedar Park TX 78613 INSURER E: INSURER F COVERAGES CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 63498997 REVISION NUMBER: THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES.LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. INSR TYPE OF INSURANCE ADDL SUBR W (MMJDDIYYYY)POLICYEFF POLICY EXPLIMITS LTRINSD VD POLICY NUMBER (MM/DD/YYYYI A i COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY i i TB2-C81-004095-11 1 9/1/2021 9/1/2022 EACH OCCURRENCE $2,000,000 DAMAGE TO RENTED CLAIMS-MADE 4/ OCCUR PREMISES(Ea occurrence) $300,000 XCU Coverage Included / Primary/Non-Contributory MED EXP(Any one person) $50,000 i Separation of Insured PERSONAL&ADV INJURY 52,000,000 GEN'L AGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER: GENERAL AGGREGATE $2,000,000 POLICY i ECT LOC PRODUCTS-COMP/OP AGG $2,000,000 OTHER: $ A AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY i i AS2-C81-004095-121 9/1/2021 9/1/2022 JEINGLE LIMIT $2,000,000 i ANY AUTO BODILY INJURY(Per person) $ A OWNED SCHEDULED AS2-C81-054502-521 9/1/2021 9/1/2022 BODILY INJURY(Per accident) $ AUTOS ONLY i AUTOS Physical Damage only: ,PROPERTY DAMAGE HIRED NON-OWNED $ _ AUTOS ONLY _ AUTOS ONLY Comprehensive Ded$10,000 (Per accident) Collision Ded$10,000 $ UMBRELLA LIAB OCCUR EACH OCCURRENCE $ EXCESS LIAB CLAIMS-MADE AGGREGATE $ DED RETENTION$ $ B WORKERS COMPENSATION i WA7-C8D-004095-021 9/1/2021 9/1/2022 �/ PER STATUTE ERH AND EMPLOYERS'LIABILITY y/N All except OH,ND,WA,WY OFFICER/MEMB�XCLUDED?ECUTIVE N N/A E.L.EACH ACCIDENT $'I,000,OOO B (Mandatory In NH) WC7-C81-004095-011 9/1/2021 9/1/2022 E.L.DISEASE-EA EMPLOYEE $1,000,000 H yes,describe under DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS below WI,MN E.L.DISEASE-POLICY LIMIT $1,000,000 DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS/LOCATIONS/VEHICLES(ACORD 101,Additional Remarks Schedule,may be attached if more space is required) RE:Project:2021 Street Maintenance Program-Arterials-Hesters Crossing Rd.,Jeffrey Way,Paloma Dr.,Mays St.,Old Settlers Blvd.,Forest Creek Dr. City of Round Rock,Texas is listed as additional insured with regards to the general liability and automobile liability policies,where required by written contract. 30-day Notice of Cancellation. Waiver of subrogation is included in favor of the additional insured,where required by written contract,and where applicable by law. CERTIFICATE HOLDER CANCELLATION SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE City of Round Rock THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN Attn: CityManager ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. 221 EasfMain Street Round Rock TX 78664 AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE i)g-E2-1 --"-Y ree e-e-' I Valerie Reece ©1988-2015 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. ACORD 25(2016/03) The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD 63498997 I LM 99 109.21-09.22 Standard 2-2 Excess $5M 1 Erin Celing I 8/23/2021 6:12:55 PM (CDT) 1 Page 1 of 1 ACCPREP DATE(MM/DD/YYYY) EVIDENCE OF PROPERTY INSURANCE oa/2o/202, THIS EVIDENCE OF PROPERTY INSURANCE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE ADDITIONAL INTEREST NAMED BELOW.THIS EVIDENCE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND,EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. THIS EVIDENCE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S),AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER,AND THE ADDITIONAL INTEREST. AGENCY PHONE COMPANY MARSH USA,INC. (A/C,No,Ext): American Home Assurance Co TWO ALLIANCE CENTER 3560 LENOX ROAD,SUITE 2400 ATLANTA,GA 30326 CN103150008-AII-PROP-21-22 FAX E-MAIL (NC,No): ADDRESS: CODE: SUB CODE: AGENCY CUSTOMER ID#: INSURED LOAN NUMBER POLICY NUMBER (211 CED)TEXAS MATERIALS GROUP,INC. 753 5137 DBA:TEXAS MATERIALS 1320 ARROW POINT DRIVE,SUITE 600 EFFECTIVE DATE EXPIRATION DATE CEDAR PARK,TX 78613 02/01/2021 02/01/2022 CONTINUED UNTIL TERMINATED IF CHECKED THIS REPLACES PRIOR EVIDENCE DATED: PROPERTY INFORMATION LOCATION/DESCRIPTION RE:ALL LEASED/RENTED EQUIPMENT TO THE EXTENT THE NAMED INSURED IS CONTRACTUALLY OBLIGATED TO PROVIDE SUCH INSURANCE NAME Of PROJECT/JOB:PROJECT-2021 STREET MAINTENANCE PROGRAM-ARTERIALS-NESTERS CROSSING RD.,JEFFREY WAY,PALOMA DR.,MAYS ST.,OLD SETTLERS BLVD.,FOREST CREEK DR.,CONTRACT VALUE:$3,318,859.74 THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT,TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS EVIDENCE OF PROPERTY INSURANCE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN,THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS,EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. COVERAGE INFORMATION PERILS INSURED BASIC BROAD X SPECIAL COVERAGE/PERILS/FORMS AMOUNT OF INSURANCE DEDUCTIBLE ALL RISK OF DIRECT PHYSICAL LOSS OR DAMAGE TO REAL PROPERTY AND PERSONAL PROPERTY 75,000,000 250,000 ON A REPLACEMENT COST BASIS,SUBJECT TO POLICY TERMS,CONDITIONS AND EXCLUSIONS. COVERAGE INCLUDES,BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO FIRE,BUSINESS INCOME,EXTENDED PERILS SUCH AS VANDALISM,MALICIOUS MISCHIEF,FLOOD AND EARTHQUAKE. CONTINUED DEDUCTIBLES: EARTH MOVEMENT DEDUCTIBLE:3.5M MAX 5%,$250k MIN FLOOD DEDUCTIBLE:3.5M MAX 5%,$250k MIN WIND/HAIL DEDUCTIBLE:3.5M MAX 5%,$250k MIN MOBILE EQUIPMENT: 100,000 OTHER DEDUCTIBLES MAY APPLY PER POLICY TERMS AND CONDITIONS. REMARKS(Including Special Conditions) CANCELLATION SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF,NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. ADDITIONAL INTEREST ATL-005298128-01 NAME AND ADDRESS ADDITIONAL INSURED LENDER'S LOSS PAYABLE LOSS PAYEE MORTGAGEE CITY OF ROUND ROCK LOAN# ATTN:CITY MANAGER 221 EAST MAIN STREET ROUND ROCK,TX 78664 AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE 1 € 44 €.Sf T.tc. ACORD 27(2016/03) ©1993-2016 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD Policy Number TB2-C81-004095-1 11 Issued by Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Company THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. NOTICE OF CANCELLATION TO THIRD PARTIES This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: BUSINESS AUTO COVERAGE PART MOTOR CARRIER COVERAGE PART GARAGE COVERAGE PART TRUCKERS COVERAGE PART EXCESS AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INDEMNITY COVERAGE PART SELF-INSURED TRUCKER EXCESS LIABILITY COVERAGE PART COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE PART EXCESS COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE PART PRODUCTS/COMPLETED OPERATIONS LIABILITY COVERAGE PART LIQUOR LIABILITY COVERAGE PART COMMERCIAL LIABILITY-UMBRELLA COVERAGE FORM Schedule Name of Other Person(s)/ Email Address or mailing address: Number Days Notice: Organization(s): Where required by written Where required by written contract 90 contract A. If we cancel this policy for any reason other than nonpayment of premium, we will notify the persons or organizations shown in the Schedule above. We will send notice to the email or mailing address listed above at least 10 days, or the number of days listed above, if any, before the cancellation becomes effective. In no event does the notice to the third party exceed the notice to the first named insured. B. This advance notification of a pending cancellation of coverage is intended as a courtesy only. Our failure to provide such advance notification will not extend the policy cancellation date nor negate cancellation of the policy. All other terms and conditions of this policy remain unchanged. LIM 99 01 05 11 ©2011 Liberty Mutual Group of Companies.All rights reserved. Page 1 of 1 Includes copyrighted material of Insurance Services Office, Inc.,with its permission. POLICY NUMBER: TB2-C81-004095-1 11 COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY CG 20370413 THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. ADDITIONAL INSURED - OWNERS, LESSEES OR CONTRACTORS - COMPLETED OPERATIONS This endorsement modifies insurance provided under thefollowing: COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE PART PRODUCTS/COMPLETED OPERATIONS LIABILITY COVERAGE PART SCHEDULE Name Of Additional Insured Person(s) Or Organization(s) Location And Description Of Completed Operations Any owner, lessee, or contractor for whom you have Any location listed in such agreement agreed in writing prior to a loss to provided liability insurance Information required to complete this Schedule, if not shown above, will be shown in the Declarations. A. Section II - Who Is An Insured is amended to B. With respect to the insurance afforded to these include as an additional insured the person(s) or additional insureds, the following is added to organization(s) shown in the Schedule, but only Section III-Limits Of Insurance: with respect to liability for "bodily injury" or If coverage provided to the additional insured is "property damage caused, in whole or in part, by required by a contract or agreement, the most we "your work" at the location designated and Will pay on behalf of the additional insured is the described in the Schedule of this endorsement amount of insurance: performed for that additional insured and included in the "products-completed operations 1. Required by the contract or agreement; or hazard". 2. Available under the applicable Limits of However: Insurance shown in the Declarations; 1. The insurance afforded to such additional whichever is less. insured only applies to the extent permitted This endorsement shall not increase the applicable by law; and Limits of Insurance shown in the Declarations. 2. If coverage provided to the additional insured is required by a contract or agreement, the insurance afforded to such additional insured will not be broader than that which you are required by the contract or agreement to provide for such additional insured. CG 20 37 04 13 ©Insurance Services Office, Inc., 2012 Page 1 of 1 POLICY NUMBER:TB2-C81-004095-111 COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY CG 20 10 04 13 THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. ADDITIONAL INSURED - OWNERS, LESSEES OR CONTRACTORS - SCHEDULED PERSON OR ORGANIZATION This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE PART A. Section II - Who Is An Insured is amended to 1. All work, including materials, parts or include as an additional insured the person(s) or equipment furnished in connection with such organization(s) shown in the Schedule, but only with work, on the project (other than service, respect to liability for "bodily injury", "property maintenance or repairs) to be performed by or damage" or "personal and advertising injury" on behalf of the additional insured(s) at the caused, in whole or in part, by: location of the covered operations has been 1. Your acts or omissions;or completed; or 2. The acts or omissions of those acting on your 2. That portion of "your work" out of which the behalf; injury or damage arises has been put to its in the performance of your ongoing operations for intended use by any person or organization the additional insured(s) at the location(s) other than another contractor or subcontractor designated above. engaged in performing operations for a principal as a part of the same project. However: C. With respect to the insurance afforded to these 1. The insurance afforded to such additional additional insureds, the following is added to insured only applies to the extent permitted by Section III-Limits Of Insurance: law; and If coverage provided to the additional insured is 2. If coverage provided to the additional insured is required by a contract or agreement, the most we required by a contract or agreement, the will pay on behalf of the additional insured is the insurance afforded to such additional insured will amount of insurance: not be broader than that which you are required 1. Required by the contract or agreement; or by the contract or agreement to provide for such additional insured. 2. Available under the applicable Limits of B. With respect to the insurance afforded to these Insurance shown in the Declarations; additional insureds, the following additional whichever is less. exclusions apply: This endorsement shall not increase the This insurance does not apply to "bodily injury" or applicable Limits of Insurance shown in the "property damage"occurring after: Declarations. SCHEDULE Name Of Additional Insured Person(s) Location(s)Of Covered Operations Or Organization(s): Any owner, lessee, or contractor for whom you have Any location listed in such agreement agreed in writing prior to a loss to provide liability insurance Information required to complete this Schedule, if not shown above, will be shown in the Declarations. CG 20 1004 13 ©Insurance Services Office, Inc., 2012 Page 1 of 1 Policy Number TB2-C81-004095-1 11 Issued by LIBERTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. OTHER INSURANCE AMENDMENT-SCHEDULED ADDITIONAL INSURED This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE PART PRODUCTS/COMPLETED OPERATIONS LIABILITY COVERAGE PART LIQUOR LIABILITY COVERAGE PART Schedule Name of Person(s)or Organization(s): Any person or organization for which such coverage is required by written contract prior to a loss If you are obligated under a written agreement to provide liability insurance on a primary, excess, contingent, or any other basis for any person(s) or organization(s) shown in the Schedule of this endorsement that qualifies as an additional insured on this Policy, this Policy will apply solely on the basis required by such written agreement and Paragraph 4. Other Insurance of Section IV - Conditions will not apply. Where the applicable written agreement does not specify on what basis the liability insurance will apply, the provisions of Paragraph 4. Other Insurance of Section IV- Conditions will apply. However, this insurance is excess over any other insurance available to the additional insured for which it is also covered as an additional insured for the same "occurrence", claim or"suit". LC 24 20 1118 ©2018 Liberty Mutual Insurance Page 1 of 1 Includes copyrighted material of Insurance Services Office, Inc.,with its permission. POLICY NUMBER:TB2-C81-004095-111 COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY CG 25 03 05 09 THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. DESIGNATED CONSTRUCTION PROJECT(S) GENERAL AGGREGATE LIMIT This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE PART A. For all sums which the insured becomes legally B. For all sums which the insured becomes legally obligated to pay as damages caused by "occur- obligated to pay as damages caused by rences" under Section I - Coverage A and for all "occurrences" under Section I - Coverage A, and medical expenses caused by accidents under for all medical expenses caused by accidents Section I - Coverage C, which can be attributed under Section I - Coverage C, which cannot be only to ongoing operations at a single designated attributed only to ongoing operations at a single construction project shown in the Schedule below: designated construction project shown in the 1. A separate Designated Construction Project Schedule below: General Aggregate Limit applies to each des- 1. Any payments made under Coverage A for ignated construction project, and that limit is damages or under Coverage C for medical equal to the amount of the General Aggregate expenses shall reduce the amount available Limit shown in the Declarations. under the General Aggregate Limit or the 2. The Designated Construction Project General Products-completed Operations Aggregate Aggregate Limit is the most we will pay for the Limit,whichever is applicable;and sum of all damages under Coverage A, ex- 2. Such payments shall not reduce any cept damages because of "bodily injury" o Designated Construction Project General "property damage" included in the "products Aggregate Limit. completed operations hazard", and for medi- calC. When coverage for liability arising out of th expenses under Coverage C regardless of "products-completed operations hazard" is prov- ided,the number of: any payments for damages because of a. Insureds; "bodily injury" or"property damage" included in th b. Claims made or"suits" brought;or "products-completed operations hazard" wi Persons or organizations making claims or reduce the Products-completed Operations Agg- c. bring "suits". regate Limit, and not reduce the General Agg- regate Limit nor the Designated Construction 3. Any payments made under Coverage A for Project General Aggregate Limit. damages or under Coverage C for medical D. If the applicable designated construction project expenses shall reduce the Designated Con- has been abandoned, delayed, or abandoned and struction Project General Aggregate Limit for then restarted, or if the authorized contracting that designated construction project. Such parties deviate from plans, blueprints, designs, payments shall not reduce the General Ag- specifications or timetables, the project will still be gregate Limit shown in the Declarations nor deemed to be the same construction project. shall they reduce any other Designated Con- struction Project General Aggregate Limit for E. The provisions of Section III- Limits Of Insurance any other designated construction project not otherwise modified by this endorsement shall shown in the Schedule below. continue to apply as stipulated. 4. The limits shown in the Declarations for Each Occurrence, Damage To Premises Rented To You and Medical Expense continue to apply. However, instead of being subject to the General Aggregate Limit shown in the Decla- rations, such limits will be subject to the appli- cable Designated Construction Project Gen- eral Aggregate Limit. CG 25 03 05 09 ©Insurance Services Office, Inc., 2008 Page 1 of 2 SCHEDULE Designated Construction Project(s): All Projects. Information required to complete this Schedule, if not shown above,will be shown in the Declarations. ' CG 25 03 05 09 ©Insurance Services Office, Inc., 2008 Page 2 of 2 POLICY NUMBER:TB2-C81-004095-111 COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY CG 24 17 10 01 THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. CONTRACTUAL LIABILITY - RAILROADS This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE PART With respect to operations performed for, or affecting, party to pay for"bodily injury' or"property dam- a Scheduled Railroad at a Designated Job Site, the age" to a third person or organization. Tort Ii- definition of "insured contract" in the Definitions sec- ability means a liability that would be imposed tion is replaced by the following: by law in the absence of any contract or 9. "Insured Contract" means: agreement. a. A contract for a lease of premises. However, Paragraph f. does not include that part of any that portion of the contract for a lease of prem- contract or agreement: ises that indemnifies any person or organiza- (1) That indemnifies an architect, engineer or tion for damage by fire to premises while rented surveyor for injury or damage arising out of: to you or temporarily occupied by you with (a) Preparing, approving or failing to pre- permission of the owner is not an insured con- pare or approve maps, shop drawings, tract"; opinions, reports, surveys, field orders, b. A sidetrack agreement; change orders or drawings and specifi- c. Any easement or license agreement; cations; or d. An obligation, as required by ordinance, to (b) Giving directions or instructions, or fail- indemnify a municipality, except in connection ing to give them, if that is the primary with work for a municipality; cause of the injury or damage; e. An elevator maintenance agreement; (2) Under which the insured, if an architect, f. Thatpart of anyother contract or agreement engineer or surveyor, assumes liability for an injury or damage arising out of the in- pertaining to your business (including an in- sured's rendering or failure to render pro- demnification of a municipality in connection fessional services, including those listed in with work performed for a municipality) under Paragraph (1) above and supervisory, in- which assume the tort liability of another spection, architectural or engineering activi- ties. SCHEDULE Scheduled Railroad: Designated Job Site: Any railroad for which you are performing operations All jobsites. and for which no Railroad Protective Liability Policy has been purchased for the railroad by you,or any railroad for which"your work'has been completed or put to its intended use. (If no entry appears above, information required to complete this endorsement will be shown in the Declarations as applicable to this endorsement.) CG 2417 10 01 ©ISO Properties, Inc., 2000 Page 1 of 1 104 POLICY NUMBER:TB2-C81-004095-1 11 COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY CG 24 04 05 09 WAIVER OF TRANSFER OF RIGHTS OF RECOVERY AGAINST OTHERS TO US This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE PART PRODUCTS/COMPLETED OPERATIONS LIABILITY COVERAGE PART The following is added to Paragraph 8. Transfer Of Rights Of Recovery Against Others To Us of Section IV-Conditions: We waive any right of recovery we may have against the person or organization shown in the Schedule below because of payments we make for injury or damage arising out of your ongoing operations or "your work"done under a contract with that person or organization and included in the"products- completed operations hazard".This waiver applies only to the person or organization shown in the Schedule below. SCHEDULE Name Of Person Or Organization: As required by written contract or agreement entered into prior to loss. Information required to complete this Schedule, if not shown above,will be shown in the Declarations. CG 24 04 05 09 ©Insurance Services Office, Inc., 2008 Page 1 of 1 Policy Number: AS2-C81-004095-121 Issued By: Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co. THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. NOTICE OF CANCELLATION TO THIRD PARTIES This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: BUSINESS AUTO COVERAGE PART MOTOR CARRIER COVERAGE PART GARAGE COVERAGE PART TRUCKERS COVERAGE PART EXCESS AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INDEMNITY COVERAGE PART SELF-INSURED TRUCKER EXCESS LIABILITY COVERAGE PART COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE PART EXCESS COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE PART PRODUCTS/COMPLETED OPERATIONS LIABILITY COVERAGE PART LIQUOR LIABILITY COVERAGE PART Schedule Name of Other Person(s)/ Email Address or mailing Number Organization(s): address: Days 4 Notice: Where required by written contract Where required by written contract 90 A. If we cancel this policy for any reason other than nonpayment of premium, we will notify the persons or organizations shown in the Schedule above. We will send notice to the email or mailing address listed above at least 10 days, or the number of days listed above, if any, before the cancellation becomes effective. In no event does the notice to the third party exceed the notice to the first named insured. B. This advance notification of a pending cancellation of coverage is intended as a courtesy only. Our failure to provide such advance notification will not extend the policy cancellation date nor negate cancellation of the policy. All other terms and conditions of this policy remain unchanged. LIM 99 01 05 11 ©2011, Liberty Mutual Group of Companies. All rights reserved. Page 1 of 1 Includes copyrighted material of Insurance Services Office, Inc. with its permission. Policy Number: A52-C81-004095--121 Issued by: Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co. THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. DESIGNATED INSURED-NONCONTRIBUTING This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: BUSINESS AUTO COVERAGE FORM GARAGE COVERAGE FORM MOTOR CARRIERS COVERAGE FORM TRUCKERS COVERAGE FORM With respect to coverage provided by this endorsement, the provisions of the Coverage Form apply unless modified by this endorsement. This endorsement identifies person(s) or organization(s) who are "insureds" under the Who Is An Insured Provision of the Coverage Form. This endorsement does not alter coverage provided in the Coverage form. Schedule Name of Person(s) or Organizations(s): Any person or organization where the Named Insured has agreed by written contract to include such person or organization Regarding Designated Contract or Project: Any Each person or organization shown in the Schedule of this endorsement is an "insured"for Liability Coverage, but only to the extent that person or organization qualifies as an "insured" under the Who Is An Insured Provision contained in Section II of the Coverage Form. The following is added to the Other Insurance Condition: If you have agreed in a written agreement that this policy will be primary and without right of contribution from any insurance in force for an Additional Insured for liability arising out of your operations, and the agreement was executed prior to the "bodily injury" or "property damage", then this insurance will be primary and we will not seek contribution from such insurance. AC 84 23 08 11 ©2010, Liberty Mutual Group of Companies. All rights reserved. Page 1 of 1 Includes copyrighted material of Insurance Services Office, Inc., with its permission. POLICY NUMBER:AS2-C81-004095-121 COMMERCIAL AUTO CA 20 48 10 13 THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. DESIGNATED INSURED FOR COVERED AUTOS LIABILITY COVERAGE This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: AUTO DEALERS COVERAGE FORM BUSINESS AUTO COVERAGE FORM MOTOR CARRIER COVERAGE FORM With respect to coverage provided by this endorsement, the provisions of the Coverage Form apply unless modified by the endorsement. This endorsement identifies person(s)or organization(s)who are"insureds"for Covered Autos Liability Coverage under the Who Is An Insured provision of the Coverage Form. This endorsement does not alter coverage provided in the Coverage Form. SCHEDULE Name Of Person(s)Or Organization(s): Any person or organization whom you have agreed in writing to add as an additional insured, but only to coverage and minimum limits of insurance required by the written agreement, and in no event to exceed either the scope of coverage or the limits of insurance provided in this policy. Information required to complete this Schedule, if not shown above,will be shown in the Declarations. Each person or organization shown in the Schedule is an "insured"for Covered Autos Liability Coverage, but only to the extent that person or organization qualifies as an "insured"under the Who Is An Insured provision contained in Paragraph A.1. of Section II - Covered Autos Liability Coverage in the Business Auto and Motor Carrier Coverage Forms and Paragraph D.2.of Section I - Covered Autos Coverages of the Auto Dealers Coverage Form. CA 20 48 10 13 © Insurance Services Office, Inc., 2011 Page 1 of 1 POLICY NUMBER: AS2-C81-004095-121 COMMERCIAL AUTO CA 04 44 10 13 THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. WAIVER OF TRANSFER OF RIGHTS OF RECOVERY AGAINST OTHERS TO US (WAIVER OF SUBROGATION) This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: AUTO DEALERS COVERAGE FORM BUSINESS AUTO COVERAGE FORM MOTOR CARRIER COVERAGE FORM With respect to coverage provided by this endorsement,the provisions of the Coverage Form apply unless modified by the endorsement. SCHEDULE Name(s) Of Person(s) Or Organization(s): Any person or organization for whom you perform work under a written contract if the contract requires you to obtain this agreement from us, but only if the contract is executed prior to the injury or damage occurring. Premium: $ INCL Information required to complete this Schedule, if not shown above,will be shown in the Declarations. The Transfer Of Rights Of Recovery Against Others To Us condition does not apply to the person(s) or organization(s) shown in the Schedule, but only to the extent that subrogation is waived prior to the "accident" or the "loss" under a contract with that person or organization. CA 04 44 10 13 0 Insurance Services Office, Inc., 2011 Page 1 of 1 NOTICE OF CANCELLATION TO THIRD PARTIES A. If we cancel this policy for any reason other than nonpayment of premium, we will notify the persons or organizations shown in the Schedule below. We will send notice to the email or mailing address listed below at least 10 days, or the number of days listed below, if any, before cancellation becomes effective. In no event does the notice to the third party exceed the notice to the first named insured. B. This advance notification of a pending cancellation of coverage is intended as a courtesy only. Our failure to provide such advance notification will not extend the policy cancellation date nor negate cancellation of the policy. Schedule Name of Other Person(s)/ Email Address or mailing address: Number Days Notice: Organization(s): Schedule on file with the Schedule on file with the 90 Company Company All other terms and conditions of this policy remain unchanged. Issued by Liberty Insurance Corporation 21814 For attachment to Policy No. WA7-C8D-004095-021 Effective Date Premium$ Issued to CRH Americas, Inc. WC 99 20 75 ©2016 Liberty Mutual Insurance Page 1 of 1 Ed. 12/01/2016 ALTERNATE EMPLOYER ENDORSEMENT This endorsement applies only with respect to bodily injury to your employees while in the course of special or temporary employment by the alternate employer in the state named in Item 2 of the Schedule. Part One(Workers Compensation Insurance)and Part Two(Employers Liability Insurance)will apply as though the alternate employer is insured. If an entry is shown in Item 3 of the Schedule the insurance afforded by this endorsement applies only to work you perform under the contract or at the project named in the Schedule. Under Part One (Workers Compensation Insurance) we will reimburse the alternate employer for the benefits required by the workers compensation law if we are not permitted to pay the benefits directly to the persons entitled to them. The insurance afforded by this endorsement is not intended to satisfy the alternate employer's duty to secure its obligations under the workers compensation law. We will not file evidence of this insurance on behalf of the alternate employer with any government agency. We will not ask any other insurer of the alternate employer to share with us a loss covered by this endorsement. Premium will be charged for your employees while in the course of special or temporary employment by the alternate employer. The policy may be canceled according to its terms without sending notice to the alternate employer. Part Four (Your Duties If Injury Occurs) applies to you and the alternate employer. The alternate employer will recognize our right to defend under Parts One and Two and our right to inspect under Part Six. Schedule 1. Alternate Employer Address Any Alternate Employer 2. State of Special or Temporary Employment Any except AK, HI, OK and TX 3. Contract or Project Issued by Liberty Insurance Corporation 21814 For attachment to Policy No.WA7-C8D-004095-021 Effective Date Premium$ Issued to CRH Americas, Inc. WC 00 03 01 A ©1984, 1988 National Council on Compensation Insurance. Page 1 of 1 Ed.02/01/1989 WAIVER OF OUR RIGHT TO RECOVER FROM OTHERS ENDORSEMENT- CALIFORNIA We have the right to recover our payments from anyone liable for an injury covered by this policy. We will not enforce our right against the person or organization named in the Schedule. (This agreement applies only to the extent that you perform work under a written contract that requires you to obtain this agreement from us.) You must maintain payroll records accurately segregating the remuneration of your employees while engaged in the work described in the Schedule. The additional premium for this endorsement shall be 2% of the California workers' compensation premium otherwise due on such remuneration. Schedule Additional premium is a percent of the California Manual Workers Compensation premium. Subject to a minimum premium charge of$250 per policy. Person or Organization Job Description Where required by contract or All CA Locations written agreement prior to loss and allowed by law Issued by Liberty Insurance Corporation 21814 For attachment to Policy No.WA7-C8D-004095-021 Effective Date Premium$ Issued to CRH Americas, Inc. Endorsement No. WC 04 03 06 RI Page 1 of 1 Ed.08/01/2013 NOTICE OF CANCELLATION TO THIRD PARTIES A If we cancel this policy for any reason other than nonpayment of premium, we will notify the persons or organizations shown in the Schedule below by email as soon as practical after notifying the first Named Insured. B. This advance email notification of a pending cancellation of coverage is intended as a courtesy only. Our failure to provide such advance notification will not extend the policy cancellation date nor negate cancellation of the policy. Schedule Name of Other Person(s)/Organization(s): Email Address: Per Schedule on file with the Per Schedule on file with the Company Company All other terms and conditions of this policy remain unchanged. Issued by Liberty Insurance Corporation 21814 For attachment to Policy No.WA7-C8DOO4O95-O21 Effective Date Premium$ Issued to CRH Americas, Inc. Endorsement No. WC 99 20 74 ©2016 Liberty Mutual Insurance Page 1 of 1 Ed. 12/01/2016 TEXAS WAIVER OF OUR RIGHT TO RECOVER FROM OTHERS ENDORSEMENT This endorsement applies only to the insurance provided by the policy because Texas is shown in Item 3.A. of the Information Page. We have the right to recover our payments from anyone liable for an injury covered by this policy. We will not enforce our right against the person or organization named in the Schedule, but this waiver applies only with respect to bodily injury arising out of the operations described in the Schedule where you are required by a written contract to obtain this waiver from us. This endorsement shall not operate directly or indirectly to benefit anyone not named in the Schedule. The premium for this endorsement is shown in the Schedule. Schedule 1. () SpecificWaiver Name of person or organization (X) Blanket Waiver Any person or organization for whom the Named Insured has agreed by written contract to furnish this waiver. 2. Operations: All Texas Operations 3. Premium: The premium charge for this endorsement shall be 2 percent of the premium developed on payroll in connection with work performed for the above person(s) or organization(s) arising out of the operations described. 4. Advance Premium: Issued by Liberty Insurance Corporation 21814 For attachment to Policy No.WA7-C8D-004095-021 Effective Date Premium$ Issued to CRH Americas, Inc. Endorsement No. WC 42 03 04 B ©Copyright 2014 National Council on Compensation Insurance, Inc. Page 1 of 1 Ed.06/01/2014 All Rights Reserved. UTAH WAIVER OF SUBROGATION ENDORSEMENT This endorsement applies only to the insurance provided by the policy because Utah is shown in Item 3.A. of the Information Page. We have the right to recover our payments from anyone liable for an injury covered by this policy. We will not enforce our right against the person or organization named in the Schedule. (This agreement applies only to the extent that you perform work under a written contract that requires you to obtain this agreement from us.) This agreement shall not operate directly or indirectly to benefit anyone not named in the Schedule. Our waiver of rights does not release your employees' rights against third parties and does not release our authority as trustee of claims against third parties. Schedule Where required by contract or written agreement prior to loss and allowed by law. In the state of Utah, the premium charge is 2%of the total manual premium, subject to a minimum premium of$100 per policy. Issued by Liberty Insurance Corporation 21814 For attachment to Policy No.WA7-C8D-004095-021 Effective Date Premium$ Issued to CRH Americas, Inc. Endorsement No. WC 43 03 05 ©2000 National Council on Compensation Insurance. Page 1 of 1 Ed.07/2000 WAIVER OF OUR RIGHT TO RECOVER FROM OTHERS ENDORSEMENT We have the right to recover our payments from anyone liable for an injury covered by this policy. We will not enforce our right against the person or organization named in the Schedule. (This agreement applies only to the extent that you perform work under a written contract that requires you to obtain this agreement from us.) This agreement shall not operate directly or indirectly to benefit anyone not named in the Schedule. Not applicable in Alaska, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey Schedule Any person or organization for which the employer has agreed by written contract, executed prior to loss, may execute a waiver of subrogation. However, for purposes of work performed by the employer in Missouri,this waiver of subrogation does not apply to any construction group of classifications as designated by the waiver of right to recover from others(subrogation)rule in our manual. Where required by contract or written agreement prior to loss and allowed by law. In the states of Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, Maryland, Nebraska and Oregon,the premium charge is 1% of the total manual premium, subject to a minimum premium of$250 per policy. In the states of Alabama,Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota,Vermont and West Virginia,the premium charge is 2%of the total manual premium, subject to a minimum premium of$100 per policy. In the states of New York and Tennessee, the premium charge is 2%of the total manual premium, subject toa minimum premium of$250 per policy. In the state of Virginia, the premium charge is 5% of the total manual premium, subject to a minimum premium of$250 per policy. In the state of Hawaii,the premium charge is$250 and determined as follows:The premium charge for this endorsement is 1%of the total manual premium, subject to a minimum premium of$250 per policy. In the state of Louisiana, the premium charge is 2%of the total standard premium, subject to a minimum premium of$250 per policy. In the state of Massachusetts, the premium charge is 1% of the total WC 00 03 13 ©1983 National Council on Compensation Insurance. Page 1 of 2 Ed.04/01/1984 manual premium. Issued by Liberty Insurance Corporation 21814 For attachment to Policy No.WA7-C8D-004095-021 Effective Date Premium$ Issued to CRH Americas, Inc. Endorsement No. WC 00 03 13 ©1983 National Council on Compensation Insurance. Page 2 of 2 Ed.04/01/1984 00700 GENERAL CONDITIONS City of Round Rock Contract Forms General Conditions Section 00700 TABLE OF CONTENTS OF GENERAL CONDITIONS Article Page Number& TitI Number 1. DEFINITONS 2 2. PRELIMI ARY MATTERS 5 3. CONT CT DOCUMENTS: INTENT, AMENDING, REUSE 7 7 4. AVAILA:ILITY OF LANDS; SUBSURFACE AND PHYSICAL CONDIT ONS; REFERENCE POINTS 8 5. BONDS A ND INSURANCE 10 6. CONT A CTO RESPONSIBILITIES 16.................................................... 16 7. OTHER ' ORK..............................................................................................................................24.. ............................................................ 24 8. OWNER S RESPONSIBILITIES......................................................................................................................25........................................................................ 25 9. ENGINE R/ARCHITECT'S STATUS DURING CONSTRUCTION 26 10. CHANG: S IN THE WORK 27 11. CHANG: OF CONTRACT AMOU 28 12. CHANG: OFCONTRACTTIMES................................................................................................................31............................................................ 31 13. TESTS A ND INSPECTIONS;AND CO OR RE OVAL OF DEFECTIVE WORK 32 32 14. PAYME TS TO CONTRACTOR AND COMPLETION...................................................................................35 35 15. SUSPE SION OF WOR 39 16. DISPUT: RESOLUTION 41............................................ 41 17 RIGHT 0 AUDIT 42 18. MISCEL A NEOUS 43................................................................... 43 00700 04-20 0 Page 1 General Conditions 00443641 GENERAL CONDITIONS ARTICLE 1 -DEFINITIONS Whenever used in these General Conditions or in the other Contract Documents,the term printed with initial capital letters or all capital letters, including the term's singular and plural forms, will have the meaning indicated in the definitions below or as defined in these General Conditions or other Contract Documents: 1.1 Addenda - Written or graphic instruments issued prior to the receipt of Proposals or the opening of Bids that clarify, correct or change the proposal or bidding requirements or the Contract Documents. 1.2 Agreement-Prescribed form, referenced as Section 00500. 1.3 Alternative Dispute Resolution-The process by which a disputed Claim may be settled if the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR cannot reach an agreement between themselves, as an alternative to litigation. 1.4 Bid - Proposal of bidder on prescribed forms setting forth prices for performing the Work described in the Contract Documents. 1.5 Bid Documents-The advertisement or invitation for bids, instructions to bidders,the bid form,the Contract Documents and Addenda. 1.6 Calendar Day-Any day of the week; no days being excepted. Work on Saturdays, Sundays, and/or Legal Holidays shall only be conducted with prior express written consent of the OWNER. 1.7 Change Directive-A written directive to the CONTRACTOR, signed by the OWNER, ordering a change in the Work and stating a proposed basis for adjustment, if any, in the Contract Amount or Contract Time, or both.A Change Directive may be used in the absence of total agreement on the terms of a Change Order. A Change Directive does not change the Contract Amount or Contract Time, but is evidence that the parties expect that the change directed or documented by a Change Directive will be incorporated in a subsequently issued Change Order. 1.8 Change Orders - Written agreements entered into between the CONTRACTOR and the OWNER authorizing an addition,deletion,or revision to the Contract, issued on or after the Execution Date of the Agreement and within the Contract term. 1.9 Claim - A written demand seeking, as a matter of right, adjustment or interpretation of Contract terms, payment of money, extension of time or other relief with respect to the terms of the Contract. 1.10 Contract - The Contract represents the entire and integrated agreement between the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR for performance of the Work, as evidenced by the Contract Documents. 1.11 Contract Amount-The amount payable by the OWNER to the CONTRACTOR for completion of the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. 1.12 Contract Documents — Includes the Invitation to Bid, Instructions to Bidders, Agreement, General Conditions, Supplemental General Conditions, Special Conditions, Specifications, Project Manual, Drawings, Addenda and Change Orders. 1.13 Contract Time-The number of days allowed for completion of the Work as defined by the Contract. When any period is referred to in days, it will be computed to exclude the first and include the last day of such period. A day of twenty-four(24) hours measured from midnight to the next midnight will constitute a day. 1.14 CONTRACTOR - The individual, firm, corporation, or other business entity with whom the OWNER has entered into the Contract. 00700 04-2020 Page 2 General Conditions 1.15 Drawi gs - Those portions of the Contract Documents which are graphic representations of the scope, extent and ch racter of the Work to be furnished and performed by the CONTRACTOR and which have been approved by she OWNER. Drawings may include plans, elevations, sections, details, schedules and diagrams. Shop Drawin.s are not Drawings as so defined. 1.16 Enginer/Architect (E/A) - The OWNER's design professional identified as such in the Agreement. The titles of"Archiiect/Engineer,""Architect"and"Engineer"used in the Contract Documents shall be read the same as Engineer/Arc itect (E/A). Nothing contained in the Contract Documents shall create any contractual or agency relationship between E/A and the CONTRACTOR. 1.17 Equal-The terms"equal"or"approved equal"shall have the same meaning. 1.18 Exec tion Date-Date of last signature of the parties to the Agreement. 1.19 Field I rder-A written order issued by Owner's Representative which orders minor changes in the Work and which dog s not involve a change in the Contract Amount or the Contract Time. 1.20 Final .•cceptance—The stage in the Contract process when, in the OWNER's opinion, Final Completion of the Work has •een attained and a Certificate of Acceptance approved by the OWNER is issued. 1.21 Final ompletion -The stage in the progress of the Work when, in the OWNER's opinion, the entire Work has been co pleted, the CONTRACTOR'S obligations under the Contract Documents have been fulfilled, and the OWNER is processing or has made final payment to the CONTRACTOR, as evidenced by a Certificate of Acceptance approved by the OWNER. 1.22 Inspector-The authorized representative of any regulatory agency that has jurisdiction over any portion of the Work. 1.23 Legal Holidays 1.23.1 The following are recognized by the OWNER: Holiday Date Observed New Year's Day January 1 Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday Third Monday in January President's Day Third Monday in February Memorial Day Last Monday in May Independence Day July 4 Labor Day First Monday in September Veteran's Day November 11 Thanksgiving Day Fourth Thursday in November Friday after Thanksgiving Friday after Thanksgiving Christmas Eve December 24 Christmas Day December 25 00700 04-2020 Page 3 General Conditions 1.23.2 If a Legal Holiday falls on Saturday, it will be observed on the preceding Friday. If a Legal Holiday falls on Sunday, it will be observed on the following Monday. 1.23.3 If Christmas Eve falls on a Saturday or a Sunday, the preceding Friday is observed as the Christmas Eve holiday. 1.23.4 If Christmas Day falls on a Saturday or a Sunday,the following Monday is observed as the Christmas Day holiday. 1.24 Milestones-A significant event specified in the Contract Documents relating to an intermediate completion date or time prior to Substantial Completion of all the Work. 1.25 Notice to Proceed - A Written Notice given by the OWNER to the CONTRACTOR notifying the CONTRACTOR to commence the Work and which may also fix the date on which the Contract Times will commence to run and on which the CONTRACTOR shall start to perform the CONTRACTOR's obligations under the Contract Documents. 1.26 OWNER—The City of Round Rock,Texas,a municipal corporation, home-rule city and political subdivision organized and existing under the laws of the State of Texas, acting through the City Manager or his/her designee, officers, agents or employees to administer design and construction of the Project. 1.27 Owner's Representative-The designated representative of the OWNER. 1.28 Partial Occupancy or Use - Use by the OWNER of a partially completed part of the Work for the purpose for which it is intended (or a related purpose)prior to Substantial Completion of all the Work. 1.29 Project -The total construction of which the Work to be provided under the Contract Documents may be the whole, or a part, as indicated elsewhere in the Contract Documents. 1.30 Project Manual - That portion of the Contract Documents which may include the following: introductory information; bidding requirements, Contract forms and General and Supplemental General Conditions; General Requirements; Specifications; Drawings; Project Safety Manual; and Addenda. 1.31 Proposal—Proposal of Offeror, on prescribed forms setting forth prices for performing the Work described in the Contract Documents. 1.32 Proposal Documents—The advertisement or invitation for Proposals, Instruction to Offerors, the Proposal form,the Contract Documents and Addenda. 1.33 Resident Project Representative -The authorized representative of E/A who may be assigned to the site or any part thereof. 1.34 Shop Drawings -All drawings, diagrams, illustrations, schedules and other data or information which are specifically prepared or assembled by or for the CONTRACTOR and submitted by the CONTRACTOR as required by the Contract Documents. 1.35 Specifications -Those portions of the Contract Documents consisting of written technical descriptions as applied to the Work, which set forth to the CONTRACTOR, in detail, the requirements which must be met by all materials, equipment, construction systems, standards,workmanship, equipment and services in order to render a completed and useful project. 1.36 Substantial Completion - The stage in the progress of the Work when the Work, or designated portions thereof, may still require minor modifications or adjustments but, in the OWNER's opinion,the Work has progressed to the point such that all parts of the Work under consideration are fully operational and the beneficial use and occupancy of which can be assumed by the Owner, as evidenced by a Certificate of Substantial Completion approved by the OWNER. 00700 04-2020 Page 4 General Conditions 1.37 Subcontractor-An individual, firm, or corporation having a direct contract with the CONTRACTOR for the performance o a part of the Work. 1.38 Sub-s bcontractor-A person or entity who has a direct or indirect contract with a Subcontractor or a Sub- subcontractor .f any tier to perform a portion of the Work. 1.39 Super ntendent - The representative of the CONTRACTOR authorized in writing to receive and fulfill instructions fri m Owner's Representative, and who shall supervise and direct construction of the Work. 1.40 5uppl: mental General Conditions-The part of the Contract Documents which either amends or supplements t e General Conditions. All General Conditions which are not so amended or so supplemented shall be considered as remaining in full force and effect. 1.41 Supplier-An individual or entity having a direct contract with the CONTRACTOR or with any Subcontractor or Sub-subco tractor to furnish materials or equipment to be incorporated in the Work by the CONTRACTOR or any Subcontr..ctor. 1.42 Time xtension Request-An approved request for time extension on a form acceptable to the OWNER. 1.43 Work The entire completed construction, or the various separately identifiable parts thereof, required to be furnished under the Contract Documents. 1.44 Worki g Day - Any day of the week, not including Saturdays, Sundays, or Legal Holidays, in which conditions not under the CONTRACTOR's control will permit work for at least seven(7)hours of the Working Times. Upon authorLtion by the Owner's Representative, work on Saturdays, Sundays and/or Legal Holidays may be allowed and, i that event, a Working Day will be counted for each such day. 1.45 Worki g Times — Times of day(s) during which work may be performed. Unless authorized by Owner's Representativ , all Work shall be performed between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on weekdays and, if previously authorized as provided for in paragraph 1.44 or paragraph 1.6 herein, as applicable, between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays or Legal Holidays. When the CONTRACTOR has been authorized to perform Work during hours outside Working Times, such hours shall be considered time worked on Working Day contracts. Notwithstanding the preceding, emergency work may be done without prior permission only as provided in paragraph 6.11.5 herein. 1.46 Written Notice-Written communication between the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR. Written Notice shall be deemed to have been duly served if delivered in person to Owner's Representative or to the CONTRACTOR's duly authorized representative, or if such Written Notice is delivered to or sent by registered or certified mail to the attention of Owner's Representative or to the CONTRACTOR's duly authorized representative at the last business address known to the party giving notice. ARTICLE 2-PRELIMINARY MATTERS 2.1 Delivery of Agreement, Bonds, Insurance, and Other Documentation: Within ten(10)Calendar Days after written notification of award of Contract,the CONTRACTOR shall deliver to the OWNER signed Agreement, Bond(s), Insurance Certificate(s) and other documentation required for execution of the Contract. 2.2 Copies of Documents: The OWNER shall furnish to the CONTRACTOR two (2) copies of the Contract Documents unless otherwise specified. 00700 04-2020 Page 5 General Conditions 2.3 Commencement of Contract Times; Notice to Proceed: The Contract Time(s) commence on the date indicated in the Agreement or in the Notice to Proceed. Notice to Proceed will be given at any time within sixty(60)Calendar Days after the Execution Date of the Agreement, unless extended by written agreement of the parties. 2.4 Before Starting Construction: 2.4.1 No Work shall be done at the site prior to the preconstruction conference without the OWNER's approval. Before undertaking each part of the Work, the CONTRACTOR shall carefully study and compare the Contract Documents and check and verify pertinent figures shown thereon and all applicable field measurements. The CONTRACTOR shall promptly report in writing to Owner's Representative any conflict, error, ambiguity or discrepancy which the CONTRACTOR may discover and shall obtain a written interpretation or clarification from Owner's Representative before proceeding with any Work affected thereby. The CONTRACTOR shall be liable to the OWNER for failure to report any conflict, error, ambiguity or discrepancy in the Contract Documents of which the CONTRACTOR knew or reasonably should have known. 2.4.2 The CONTRACTOR shall submit the following to Owner's Representative for review and approval no later than the preconstruction conference: .1 a preliminary progress schedule indicating the times (number of days or dates) for starting and completing the various stages of the Work, including any Milestones specified in the Contract Documents, identifying when all Subcontractors will be utilized, and taking into consideration any limitations on Working Hours; .2 a preliminary schedule of Shop Drawing and sample submittals; .3 a preliminary schedule of values for all of the Work, subdivided into component parts in sufficient detail to serve as the basis for progress payments during construction. Such prices will include an appropriate amount of overhead and profit applicable to each item of Work. The preliminary schedule of values submitted by the CONTRACTOR should include a reasonable estimation of value of each item included and shall not contain disproportionate values assigned to any item or items; .4 a letter designating CONTRACTOR'S Superintendent; .5 a letter from the CONTRACTOR and Subcontractor(s) listing any salaried specialists; .6 if applicable, a letter designating the "Competent Person(s)" on general safety and trench safety measures; .7 if applicable, a trench safety system plan; .8 if applicable, a plan illustrating proposed locations of temporary facilities; .9 if applicable, a traffic control plan; .10 a completed Non-Use of Asbestos Affidavit(Prior to Construction); and .11 if applicable, a letter designating the Texas Registered Professional Land Surveyor for layout of the Work. 2.5 Preconstruction Conference: Prior to commencement of Work at the site,a preconstruction conference attended by the CONTRACTOR,Owner's Representative and others will be held. 00700 04-2020 Page 6 General Conditions 2.6 Initially Acceptable Schedules: Unless othe ise provided in the Contract Documents, the CONTRACTOR shall obtain approval of Owner's Representativ: on final versions of the schedules submitted in accordance with paragraph 2.4.2 before the first progress pay ' ent will be made to the CONTRACTOR. The progress schedule must provide for an orderly progression o the Work to completion within any specified Milestones and Contract Times. Acceptance of the schedule by •wner's Representative will neither impose on Owner's Representative responsibility for the sequencing, -cheduling or progress of the Work nor interfere with or relieve the CONTRACTOR from the CONTRACTO 's full responsibility therefor. The CONTRACTOR's schedule of Shop Drawings and sample submissions ust provide an arrangement agreeable to the parties for reviewing and processing the required submittals. 2.7 Elect onic Transmittals: 2.7.1 Exce. as otherwise stated elsewhere in the Contract Documents, the OWNER, E/A, and CONTRACTOR may transmit, =nd shall except, Project-related correspondence,texts,data,documents,drawings, information,and graphics, inclu.ing but not limited to Shop Drawings and other submittals, in electronic media or digital format, either directly, or thr ugh access to a secure Project website. 2.7.2 When transmitting items in electronic media or digital format, the transmitting party makes no representatio s as to long term compatibility, usability, or readability of the items resulting from the recipient's use of software ap.Iication packages,operating systems,or computer hardware differing from those used in the drafting or transmittal of the items. ARTICLE 3- e ONTRACT DOCUMENTS: INTENT,AMENDING, REUSE 3.1 Inten 3.1.1 The i tent of the Contract Documents is to include all information necessary for the proper execution and completion of he Work by the CONTRACTOR.The Contract Documents are complementary, and what is required by one shall b- as binding as if required by all. In cases of disagreement, the following order of precedence shall govern (top it;m receiving priority of interpretation): Chan'e Orders Modifi ations to the Contract Documents made after the Execution Date Signed Agreement Addenda to the Contract Documents Special Conditions Supplemental General Conditions General Conditions Other Bidding Requirements and Contract Forms Special Provisions to the Standard Technical Specifications Special Specifications Standard Technical Specifications Drawings(figured dimensions shall govern over scaled dimensions) Project Safety manual, if applicable 3.1.2 Unless otherwise stated in the Contract Documents,words which have well-known technical or construction industry meanings are used in the Contract Documents in accordance with such recognized meanings. 3.2 Reporting and Resolving Discrepancies: Prior to commencing the Work, the CONTRACTOR shall review the Contract Documents for the purpose of discovering any conflict, error, ambiguity or discrepancy in the Contract Documents. If, at any time, the CONTRACT R discovers any conflict, error, ambiguity or discrepancy within the Contract Documents or between the Contract ocuments and any provisions of any such law or regulation applicable to the performance of the Work 00700 0 -2020 Page 7 General Conditions or of any such standard, specification, manual or code or instructions of any Supplier, the CONTRACTOR shall immediately report it to Owner's Representative in writing, and the CONTRACTOR shall not proceed with the Work affected thereby until an amendment or supplement to the Contract Documents has been issued by one of the methods indicated in paragraph 3.3.1 or paragraph 3.3.2. The CONTRACTOR shall be liable to the OWNER for failure to report any such conflict, error, ambiguity or discrepancy of which the CONTRACTOR knew or reasonably should have known. 3.3 Amending and Supplementing Contract Documents: 3.3.1 The Contract Documents may be amended to provide for additions, deletions and revisions in the Work or to modify the terms and conditions thereof in one or more of the following ways: .1 Change Order. .2 Change Directive. 3.3.2 In addition, the requirements of the Contract Documents may be supplemented, and minor variations and deviations in the Work may be authorized, in one or more of the following ways: .1 Field Order. .2 Review of a Shop Drawing or sample. .3 Written interpretation or clarification. 3.4 Reuse of Documents Prohibited: The CONTRACTOR and any Subcontractor or Supplier or other person or organization performing or furnishing any of the Work under a direct or indirect contract with the OWNER: (i) shall not have or acquire any title to or ownership rights in any of the Drawings, Specifications or other documents (or copies of any thereof) prepared by or bearing the seal of E/A or EtA's consultants, and (ii)shall not reuse any of such Drawings, Specifications, other documents or copies on extensions of the Project or any other project without written consent of the OWNER and E/A. ARTICLE 4-AVAILABILITY OF LANDS;SUBSURFACE AND PHYSICAL CONDITIONS:REFERENCE POINTS 4.1 Availability of Lands: The OWNER shall furnish, as indicated in the Contract Documents, all required rights to use the lands upon which the Work is to be performed, rights-of-way and easements for access thereto, and such other lands which are designated for the use of the CONTRACTOR. The OWNER shall identify any encumbrances or restrictions not of general application but specifically related to use of lands so furnished with which the CONTRACTOR will have to comply in performing the Work. Easements for permanent structures or permanent changes in existing facilities will be obtained and paid for by the OWNER, unless otherwise provided in the Contract Documents. If the OWNER fails to furnish these lands, rights-of-way or easements in a timely manner,the CONTRACTOR may make a Claim for adjustments in the Contract Times. The CONTRACTOR shall provide for all additional lands and access thereto that may be required for temporary construction facilities or storage of materials and equipment. 4.2 Subsurface and Physical Conditions: 4.2.1 The CONTRACTOR hereby covenants that it has examined the site of the proposed Work and is familiar with all of the conditions surrounding construction of the Project, having conducted all inquiries, tests and investigations deemed necessary and proper. Unless the CONTRACTOR, prior to the execution of the Agreement, has notified the OWNER in writing of any condition of the site of the proposed Work that would adversely impact 00700 04-2020 Page 8 General Conditions the performan(e of the Work by the CONTRACTOR, CONTRACTOR covenants that there are no conditions at the site of the pro'osed work which would adversely impact the performance of Work by the CONTRACTOR. 4.2.2 If con•itions are encountered at the site which are (1) subsurface or otherwise concealed physical conditions than differ materially from those indicated in the Contract Documents or(2) unknown physical conditions of an unusual nature, that differ materially from those normally encountered in the type of work being performed under this Contract, then notice by the observing party shall be given to the other party promptly before conditions are disturbed and in no event later than seven (7) calendar days after first observance of the conditions. Owner's Representative will promptly investigate such conditions with E/A and, if they differ materially and cause an increase or decrease in the CONTRACTOR's cost of, or time required for, performance of any part of the Work, OWNER will consider an equitable adjustment in the Contract Amount or Contract Time, or both. If Owner's Representative determines that the conditions at the site are not materially different from those indicated in the Contract Documents and that no change in the terms of the Contract is justified, the CONTRACTOR shall be notified in writing, stating the reasons. Any disputes arising from Owner's Representative's determination shall be resolved in accordance with Article 16, 4.2.3 Notwithstanding any other provision of this Contract,the CONTRACTOR shall be solely responsible for the location and protection of any and all public lines and utility customer service lines in the Work area. For the purposes of this section, "public lines"means the utility distribution and supply system within public rights-of-way or easements, and "utility customer service lines" (service) means any utility line connecting a utility customer to the utility distribution system. Generally, existing service connections within right-of-way or easements are not shown on the Drawings. The CONTRACTOR shall notify the OWNER and"One Call"and exercise due care to locate and to mark, uncover or otherwise protect all such lines in the construction zone and any of the CONTRACTOR's work or storage areas. The CONTRACTOR's obligation hereunder shall be primary and nondelegable. The CONTRACTOR shall indemnify or reimburse the OWNER for such expenses or costs (including fines that may be levied against the OWNER) that may result from unauthorized or accidental damage to all public lines and utility customer se ce lines in the Work area.The OWNER reserves the right to repair such damage the CONTRACTOR may cause, at the CONTRACTOR's expense. 4.2.4 The ONTRACTOR shall take reasonable precaution to avoid disturbing primitive records and antiquities of archaeolog cal, paleontological or historical significance. No objects of this nature shall be disturbed without written permi sion of the OWNER and the Texas Department of Antiquities Protection. When such objects are uncovered u expectedly, the CONTRACTOR shall stop all Work in close proximity and notify Owner's Representativ and the Texas Department of Antiquities Protection of their presence and shall not disturb them until written p rmission and permit to do so is granted.All primitive rights and antiquities uncovered on the OWNER's property shall remain property of the State of Texas, the Texas Department of Antiquities Protection conforming to the Texas Na' ral Resources Code. If it is determined by the OWNER, in consultation with the Texas Department of Antiquities "rotection,that exploration or excavation of primitive records or antiquities on Project site is necessary to avoid loss, he CONTRACTOR shall cooperate in salvage work attendant to preservation. If the Work stoppage or salvage wo k causes an increase in the CONTRACTOR'S cost of, or time required for, performance of the Work, the Contract •mount and/or Contract Time may be equitably adjusted. 4.3 Refer nce Points: Unless othe 'ise specified, the OWNER will furnish all reference points, benchmarks, survey monuments, and control points hich, in the OWNER's opinion,are suitable for laying out the Work. Such benchmarks and reference points will be 'laced at intervals not to exceed 1,500 feet. All reference points, benchmarks, survey monuments and control points shall be carefully preserved by the CONTRACTS,R by use of flags, laths or other appropriate measures and, in case of destruction or removal by the CONTRACTS R or its employees, such reference points, benchmarks, survey monuments, and control points shall be replaced b a Registered Professional Land Surveyor at the CONTRACTOR's expense. When reference points, benchmarks, •urvey monuments, or control points are in conflict with the Work, then reestablishment will be the OWNER'S re ponsibility during or upon completion of the Work. 4.4 Haza idous Materials: 00700 0'-2020 Page 9 General Conditions 4.4.1 The OWNER shall be responsible for any hazardous material uncovered or revealed at the site which was not shown, indicated or identified in the Contract Documents to be within the scope of the Work and which may present a substantial danger to persons or property exposed thereto in connection with the Work at the site. The CONTRACTOR shall immediately notify Owner's Representative of any suspected hazardous materials encountered before or during performance of the Work and shall take all necessary precautions to avoid further disturbance of the materials. 4.4.2 The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for any hazardous materials brought to the site by the CONTRACTOR, Subcontractor, Suppliers or anyone else for whom the CONTRACTOR is responsible. 4.4.3 No asbestoscontaining materials shall be incorporated into the Work or brought on the Project site without prior approval of the OWNER. 4.4.4 TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAWS AND REGULATIONS, CONTRACTOR SHALL INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS OWNER,AND ITS COUNCIL MEMBERS, EMPLOYEES,AGENTS,AND CONSULTANTS FROM AND AGAINST ALL CLAIMS, COSTS, LOSSES, AND DAMAGES (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ALL FEES AND CHARGES OF ENGINEERS, ARCHITECTS, ATTORNEYS, AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS AND ALL COURT OR ARBITRATION OR OTHER DISPUTE RESOLUTION COSTS)ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO FAILURE TO CONTROL, CONTAIN OR REMOVE A HAZARDOUS MATERIAL BROUGHT TO THE SITE BY CONTRACTOR OR BY ANYONE FOR WHOM CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE, OR TO A HAZARDOUS ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION CREATED BY CONTRACTOR OR BY ANYONE FOR WHOM CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE. ARTICLE 5-BONDS AND INSURANCE 5.1 Surety and Insurance Companies: All bonds and insurance required by the Contract Documents shall be obtained from solvent surety or insurance companies that are duly licensed by the State of Texas and authorized to issue bonds or insurance policies for the limits and coverages required by the Contract Documents. The bonds shall be in a form acceptable to the OWNER and shall be issued by a surety which complies with the requirements of Chapter 3503, Texas Insurance Code (2005)and which is otherwise acceptable to the OWNER. OWNER may require the surety to obtain reinsurance for any portion of the risk that exceeds 10% of the surety's capital and surplus. For bonds exceeding $100,000, the surety must also hold a certificate of authority from the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury or have obtained reinsurance from a reinsurer that is authorized as a reinsurer in Texas and holds a certificate of authority from the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury. 5.2 Workers'Compensation Insurance Coverage: 5.2.1 Definitions: .1 Certificate of coverage ("certificate") -A copy of a certificate of insurance, a certificate of authority to self-insure issued by the commission, or a coverage agreement showing statutory workers' compensation insurance coverage for the person's or entity's employees providing services on the Project, for the duration of the Project. .2 Duration of the Project - includes the time from the beginning of the Work on the Project until the CONTRACTOR's/person's Work on the Project has been completed and accepted by the OWNER. .3 Persons providing services on the Project ("subcontractor" herein) - includes all persons or entities performing all or part of the services the CONTRACTOR has undertaken to perform on the Project, regardless of whether that person contracted directly with the CONTRACTOR and regardless of whether that person has employees. This includes, by way of illustration and not of limitation, 00700 04-2020 Page 10 General Conditions independent contractors, Subcontractors, leasing companies, motor carriers, owner-operators, employees of any such entity, or employees of any entity which furnishes persons to provide services on the Project. "Services" include, without limitation, providing, hauling, or delivering equipment or materials, or providing labor, transportation, or other service related to a project. "Services" does not include activities unrelated to the Project, such as food/beverage vendors, office supply deliveries, and delivery of portable toilets. 5.2.2 The CONTRACTOR shall provide coverage, based on proper reporting of classification codes and payroll amounts and 'Filing of any coverage agreements, which meets the statutory requirements of Texas Labor Code, Section 401.011(44)for all employees of the CONTRACTOR providing services on the Project, for the duration of the Project. 5.2.3 The OWNER will not execute the Contract prior to the CONTRACTOR providing all required certificates of coverage. 5.2.4 If the coverage period shown on the CONTRACTOR's current certificate of coverage ends during the duration of the Project, the CONTRACTOR must, prior to the end of the coverage period, file a new certificate of coverage with the OWNER showing that coverage has been extended. 5.2.5 The CONTRACTOR shall obtain from each person providing services on the Project, and provide to the OWNER: .1 a certificate of coverage, prior to that person beginning Work on the Project, so the OWNER will have on file certificates of coverage showing coverage for all persons providing services on the Project; and .2 no later than seven(7)days after receipt by the CONTRACTOR,a new certificate of coverage showing extension of coverage, if the coverage period shown on the current certificate of coverage ends during the duration of the Project. 5.2.6 The CONTRACTOR shall retain all required certificates of coverage for the duration of the Project and for one (1)year thereafter. 5.2.7 The ONTRACTOR shall notify the OWNER in writing by certified mail or personal delivery within ten (10) days after the CONTRACTOR knew or should have known of any change that materially affects the provision of coverage of ahy person providing services on the Project. 5.2.8 The CONTRACTOR shall post at its office or on each Project site a notice, in the text, form and manner prescribed by the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission, informing all persons providing services on the Project that they are required to be covered, and stating how a person may verify coverage and report lack of coverage. 5.2.9 The CONTRACTOR shall contractually require each person with whom it contracts to provide services on a Project to: .1 provide coverage, based on proper reporting of classification codes and payroll amounts and filing of any coverage agreements, which meets the statutory requirements of Texas Labor Code, Section 401.011(44)for all of its employees providing services on the Project, for the duration of the Project; .2 provide to the CONTRACTOR, prior to that person beginning Work on the Project, a certificate of coverage showing that coverage is being provided for all employees of the person providing services on the Project, for the duration of the Project; .3 provide the CONTRACTOR, prior to the end of the coverage period, a new certificate of coverage showing extension of coverage, if the coverage period shown on the current certificate of coverage ends during the duration of the Project; 00700 04-2020 Page 11 General Conditions .4 obtain from each other person with whom it contracts, and provide to the CONTRACTOR: a) a certificate of coverage, prior to the other person beginning Work on the Project; and b) a new certificate of coverage showing extension of coverage, prior to the end of the coverage period, if the coverage period shown on the current certificate of coverage ends during the duration of the Project; .5 retain all required certificates of coverage on file for the duration of the Project and for one (1) year thereafter; .6 notify the OWNER in writing by certified mail or personal delivery within ten (10)days after the person knew or should have known of any change that materially affects the provision of coverage of any person providing services on the Project; and .7 contractually require each person with whom it contracts, to perform as required by paragraphs 5.2.9.1 - 5.2.9.7, with the certificates of coverage to be provided to the person for whom they are providing services. 5.2.10 By signing this Contract or providing or causing to be provided a certificate of coverage, the CONTRACTOR is representing to the OWNER that all employees of the CONTRACTOR who will provide services on the Project will be covered by workers'compensation coverage for the duration of the Project,that the coverage will be based on proper reporting of classification codes and payroll amounts, and that all coverage agreements will be filed with the appropriate insurance carrier or, in the case of a self-insured, with the commission's Division of Self-Insurance Regulation. Providing false or misleading information may subject the CONTRACTOR to administrative penalties, criminal penalties, civil penalties, or other civil actions. 5.2.11 The CONTRACTOR'S failure to comply with any of these provisions is a breach of Contract by the CONTRACTOR which entitles the OWNER to declare the Contract void if the CONTRACTOR does not remedy the breach within ten (10)days after receipt of notice of breach from the OWNER. 5.3 Contractor Insurance Requirements: For specific bond requirements and additional insurance requirements, refer to the Supplemental General Conditions. 5.3.1.1 General Requirements: .1 CONTRACTOR shall carry insurance in the types and amounts indicated below for the duration of the Contract, which shall include items owned by OWNER in the care, custody and control of CONTRACTOR prior to and during construction and warranty period. .2 CONTRACTOR must complete and forward the required Certificates of Insurance to OWNER before the Contract is executed as verification of coverage required below. CONTRACTOR shall not commence Work until the required insurance is obtained and until such insurance has been reviewed by OWNER. Approval of insurance by OWNER shall not relieve or decrease the liability of CONTRACTOR hereunder and shall not be construed to be a limitation of liability on the part of CONTRACTOR. CONTRACTOR must also complete and forward the required Certificates of Insurance to OWNER whenever a previously identified policy period has expired as verification of continuing coverage. .3 CONTRACTOR's insurance coverage is to be written by companies licensed to do business in the State of Texas at the time the policies are issued and shall be written by companies with A.M. Best ratings of B+VII or better, except for hazardous material insurance which shall be written by companies with A.M. Best ratings of A-or better. 00700 04-2020 Page 12 General Conditions .4 All endorsements naming the OWNER as additional insured, waivers, and notices of cancellation endorsements as well as the Certificate of Insurance shall indicate: City of Round Rock, 221 E. Main St., Round Rock, Texas 78664. .5 The "other" insurance clause shall not apply to the OWNER where the OWNER is an additional insured shown on any policy. It is intended that policies required in the Contract, covering both OWNER and CONTRACTOR, shall be considered primary coverage as applicable. .6 If insurance policies are not written for amounts specified below, CONTRACTOR shall carry Umbrella or Excess Liability Insurance for any differences in amounts specified. If Excess Liability Insurance is provided, it shall follow the form of the primary coverage. .7 OWNER shall be entitled, upon request and without expense,to receive certified copies of policies and endorsements thereto and may make any reasonable requests for deletion or revision or modification of particular policy terms, conditions, limitations, or exclusions except where policy provisions are established by law or regulations binding upon either of the parties hereto or the underwriter on any such policies. .8 OWNER reserves the right to review the insurance requirements set forth during the effective period of this Contract and to make reasonable adjustments to insurance coverage, limits, and exclusions when deemed necessary and prudent by OWNER based upon changes in statutory law, court decisions, the claims history of the industry or financial condition of the insurance company as well as CONTRACTOR. .9 CONTRACTOR shall not cause any insurance to be canceled nor permit any insurance to lapse during the term of the Contract or as required in the Contract. .10 CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for premiums, deductibles and self-insured retentions, if any, stated in policies. All deductibles or self-insured retentions shall be disclosed on the Certificate of Insurance. .11 CONTRACTOR shall provide OWNER thirty (30) days written notice of erosion of the aggregate limits below occurrence limits for all applicable coverages indicted within the Contract. .12 If OWNER-owned property is being transported or stored off-site by CONTRACTOR, then the appropriate property policy will be endorsed for transit and storage in an amount sufficient to protect OWNER's property. .13 The insurance coverages required under this contract are required minimums and are not intended to limit the responsibility or liability of CONTRACTOR. 5.3.1.2 Business Automobile Liability Insurance. Provide coverage for all owned, non-owned and hired vehicles. The policy shall contain the following endorsements in favor of OWNER: a) Waiver of Subrogation endorsement TE 2046A; b) 30 day Notice of Cancellation endorsement TE 0202A; and c) Additional Insured endorsement TE 9901 B. Provide coverage in the following types and amounts: 00700 04-2020 Page 13 General Conditions .1 A minimum combined single limit of$500,000 per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage. Alternate acceptable limits are $250,000 bodily injury per person, $500,000 bodily injury per occurrence and at least$100,000 property damage liability each accident. 5.3.1.3 Workers'Compensation and Employers' Liability Insurance: Coverage shall be consistent with statutory benefits outlined in the Texas Workers' Compensation Act (Section 401). CONTRACTOR shall assure compliance with this Statute by submitting two (2)copies of a standard certificate of coverage (e.g. ACCORD form) to Owner's Representative for every person providing services on the Project as acceptable proof of coverage. The required Certificate of Insurance must be presented as evidence of coverage for CONTRACTOR. Workers' Compensation Insurance coverage written by the Texas Workers Compensation Fund is acceptable to OWNER. CONTRACTOR's policy shall apply to the State of Texas and include these endorsements in favor of OWNER: a) Waiver of Subrogation, form WC 420304; and b) 30 day Notice of Cancellation, form WC 420601. The minimum policy limits for Employers' Liability Insurance coverage shall be as follows: .1 $100,000 bodily injury per accident, $500,000 bodily injury by disease policy limit and $100,000 bodily injury by disease each employee. 5.3.1.4 Commercial General Liability Insurance. The Policy shall contain the following provisions: a) Blanket contractual liability coverage for liability assumed under the Contract and all contracts relative to this Project. b) Completed Operations/Products Liability for the duration of the warranty period. c) Explosion, Collapse and Underground (X, C & U)coverage. d) Independent Contractors coverage. e) Aggregate limits of insurance per project, endorsement CG 2503. f) OWNER listed as an additional insured, endorsement CG 2010. g) 30 day notice of cancellation in favor of OWNER, endorsement CG 0205. h) Waiver of Transfer of Recovery Against Others in favor of OWNER, endorsement CG 2404. Provide coverages A&B with minimum limits as follows: .1 A combined bodily injury and property damage limit of$500,000 per occurrence. 5.3.1.5 Builders' Risk Insurance. CONTRACTOR shall maintain Builders' Risk Insurance or Installation Insurance on an all risk physical loss form in the Contract Amount. Coverage shall continue until the Work is accepted by OWNER. OWNER shall be a loss payee on the policy. If off site storage is permitted, coverage shall include transit and storage in an amount sufficient to protect property being transported or stored. 5.4 Bonds: 00700 04-2020 Page 14 General Conditions 5.4.1 General. .1 Bonds, when required, shall be executed on forms furnished by or acceptable to OWNER. All bonds signed by an agent must be accompanied by a certified copy of such agent's authority to act. .2 If the surety on any bond furnished by CONTRACTOR is declared bankrupt or becomes insolvent or its right to do business is terminated in the State of Texas or it ceases to meet the requirements of the preceding paragraph,CONTRACTOR shall within ten(10)days thereafter substitute another bond and surety, both of which must be acceptable to OWNER. .3 When Performance Bonds and/or Payment Bonds are required, each shall be issued in an amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the Contract Amount as security for the faithful performance and/or payment of all CONTRACTOR'S obligations under the Contract Documents. Performance Bonds and Payment Bonds shall be issued by a solvent surety company authorized to do business in the State of Texas, and shall meet any other requirements established by law or by OWNER pursuant to applicable law. Any surety duly authorized to do business in Texas may write Performance and Payment Bonds on a project without reinsurance to the limit of 10 percent of its capital and surplus. Such a surety must reinsure any obligations over 10 percent. .4 If CONTRACTOR has failed to obtain or maintain a required bond, OWNER may exclude the CONTRACTOR from the site of the Project and exercise OWNER's suspension and/or termination rights under the Contract Documents. 5.4.2 Performance Bond. .1 If the Contract Amount exceeds $100,000, CONTRACTOR shall furnish OWNER with a Performance Bond in the form set out by OWNER. .2 If the Contract Amount exceeds $25,000 but is less than or equal to $100,000, CONTRACTOR shall furnish OWNER with a Performance Bond in the form set out by OWNER, unless the original Contract Time is 60 Calendar Days/40 Working Days or less, in which case CONTRACTOR can agree to the following terms and conditions for payment in lieu of providing a Performance Bond: no money will be paid to CONTRACTOR until completion and acceptance of the Work by OWNER; CONTRACTOR shall be entitled to receive 95%of the Contract Amount following Final Completion, and the remaining 5%of the Contract Amount following the one year warranty period. .3 If the Contract Amount is less than or equal to $25,000, CONTRACTOR will not be required to furnish a Performance Bond; provided that no money will be paid to CONTRACTOR until completion and acceptance of the Work by OWNER under the following terms and conditions: CONTRACTOR shall be entitled to receive 959/a of the Contract Amount following Final Completion, and the remaining 5%of the Contract Amount following the one year warranty period. .4 If a Performance Bond is required to be furnished, it shall extend for the one year warranty period. 5.4.3 Payment Bond. .1 If the Contract Amount exceeds $50,000, CONTRACTOR shall furnish OWNER with a Payment Bond in the form set out by OWNER. .2 If the Contract Amount is less than or equal to $50,000, CONTRACTOR will not be required to furnish a Payment Bond; provided that no money will be paid to CONTRACTOR until completion and acceptance of the Work by OWNER under the terms and conditions specified in paragraph 5.4.2.3. 00700 O42O2O Page 15 General Conditions ARTICLE 6-CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES 6.1 Supervision and Superintendence: 6.1.1 The CONTRACTOR shall supervise, inspect and direct the Work competently and efficiently,devoting such attention thereto and applying such skills and expertise as may be necessary to perform the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. Unless otherwise directed by the OWNER in the Contract Documents, the CONTRACTOR shall be solely responsible for the means, methods, techniques, sequences and procedures of construction. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible to see that the completed Work complies accurately with the Contract Documents. 6.1.2 The CONTRACTOR shall have an English-speaking, competent Superintendent on the Work at all times that work is in progress. Upon request of Owner's Representative, the CONTRACTOR shall present the resume of the proposed Superintendent to Owner's Representative showing evidence of experience and successful superintendence and direction of work of a similar scale and complexity. If, in the opinion of Owner's Representative, the proposed Superintendent does not indicate sufficient experience in line with the Work, he/she will not be allowed to be the designated Superintendent for the Work. The Superintendent shall not be replaced without Written Notice to Owner's Representative. If the CONTRACTOR deems it necessary to replace the Superintendent, the CONTRACTOR shall provide the necessary information for approval, as stated above, on the proposed new Superintendent. A qualified substitute Superintendent may be designated in the event that the designated Superintendent is temporarily away from the Work, but not to exceed a time limit acceptable to Owner's Representative. The CONTRACTOR shall replace the Superintendent upon the OWNER's request in the event the Superintendent is unable to perform to the OWNER's satisfaction. The Superintendent will be the CONTRACTOR's representative on the Work and shall have the authority to act on behalf of the CONTRACTOR. All communications given to the Superintendent shall be as binding as if given to the CONTRACTOR. Either the CONTRACTOR or the Superintendent shall provide an emergency and home telephone number at which one or the other may be reached if necessary when work is not in progress. 6.2 Labor, Materials and Equipment: 6.2.1 The CONTRACTOR agrees to employ only orderly and competent workers, skillful in performance of the type of Work required under this Contract. The CONTRACTOR, Subcontractors, Sub-subcontractors, and their employees may not use or possess any firearms, alcoholic or other intoxicating beverages, illegal drugs or controlled substances while on the job or on the OWNER's property, nor may such workers be intoxicated,or under the influence of alcohol or drugs, on the job. If the OWNER or Owner's Representative notifies the CONTRACTOR that any worker is incompetent, disorderly or disobedient, has knowingly or repeatedly violated safety regulations, has possessed any firearms, or has possessed or was under the influence of alcohol or drugs on the job, the CONTRACTOR shall immediately remove such worker from performing Contract Work, and may not employ such worker again on Contract Work without the OWNER's prior written consent. The CONTRACTOR shall at all times maintain good discipline and order on or off the site in all matters pertaining to the Project. The CONTRACTOR shall pay workers no less than the wage rates established in Section 00900, and maintain weekly payroll reports as evidence thereof. 6.2.2 Unless otherwise specified, the CONTRACTOR shall provide and pay for all materials, equipment, labor, transportation, construction equipment and machinery, tools, appliances, fuel, power, light, heat, telephone, water, sanitary facilities, temporary facilities and all other facilities and incidentals necessary for the furnishing, performance, re-testing of defective work, start-up and completion of the Work. 6.2.3 All materials and equipment shall be of good quality and new (including new products made of recycled materials), except as otherwise provided in the Contract Documents. If required by Owner's Representative, the CONTRACTOR shall furnish satisfactory evidence (reports of required tests, manufacturer's certificates of compliance with material requirements, mill reports, etc.) as to the kind, quantity and quality of materials and equipment. All materials and equipment shall be applied, installed, connected, erected, used, cleaned and conditioned in accordance with instructions of the applicable Supplier, except as otherwise provided in the Contract Documents. 00700 04-2020 Page 16 General Conditions 6.2.4 Subst tutes and "Approved Equal" Items: 6.2.4.1 Whenver an item of material or equipment is specified or described in the Contract Documents by using the name of a proprietary item or the name of a particular Supplier, the specification or description is intended to establish the t pe,function and quality required. Unless the specification or description contains words reading that no like, equiv lent or"approved equal" item or no substitution is permitted, other items of material or equipment of other Supplie , may be submitted to Owner's Representative under the following circumstances: .1 'A pproved Equal": If, in the OWNER's sole discretion, an item of material or an item of equipment p oposed by the CONTRACTOR is functionally equal to that named and sufficiently similar so that no c range in related Work will be required, it may be considered by the OWNER as an "approved equal" it;m, in which case review of the proposed item may, in the OWNER's sole discretion, be accomplished w thout compliance with some or all of the requirements for evaluation of proposed substitute items. T e CONTRACTOR shall provide the OWNER with the documentation required for the OWNER to mke its determination. .2 S bstitute Items: If, in the OWNER's sole discretion, an item of material or an item of equipment p oposed by the CONTRACTOR does not qualify as an "approved equal" item under paragraph 6.!.4.1.1, then it will be considered a proposed substitute item. The CONTRACTOR shall submit s fficient information to allow the OWNER to determine that the item of material or item of equipment p oposed is essentially equivalent to that named and a substitute therefor. 6.2.4.2 Subst tute Construction Methods and Procedures: If a specific means, method, technique, sequence or procedure of(construction is shown or indicated in and expressly required by the Contract Documents, the CONTRACT sR may with prior approval of the OWNER furnish or utilize a substitute means, method, technique, sequence, or procedure of construction. The CONTRACTOR shall submit sufficient information to Owner's Representati - to allow the OWNER, in the OWNER's sole discretion, to determine that the substitute proposed is equivalent to ghat expressly called for by the Contract Documents. 6.2.4.3 OWN R's Evaluation: The OWNER will be allowed a reasonable time within which to evaluate each proposal or s bmittal made pursuant to paragraph 6.2.4.1.1 and paragraph 6.2.4.1.2. The OWNER will be the sole judge of acceitability. No"approved equal"or substitute shall be ordered, installed, or utilized until the OWNER's review is com.lete, which will be evidenced by either a Change Order or completion of the Shop Drawing review procedure. T e OWNER may require the CONTRACTOR to furnish at the CONTRACTOR's expense a special performance t uarantee or other surety bond with respect to any"approved equal"or substitute. The OWNER shall not be responible for any delay due to review time for any"approved equal"or substitute. 6.2.4.4 CON 1 RACTOR's Expense: All data to be provided by the CONTRACTOR in support of any proposed "approved eq al"or substitute item will be at the CONTRACTOR's expense. 6.2.5 The •ONTRACTOR agrees to assign to the OWNER any rights it may have to bring antitrust suits against its Suppliers fi r overcharges on materials incorporated in the Project growing out of illegal price fixing agreements. The CONT •CTOR further agrees to cooperate with the OWNER should the OWNER wish to prosecute suits against Suppl ers for illegal price fixing. 6.3 Prog ess Schedule: Unless othe ise directed, the CONTRACTOR shall adhere to the progress schedule established in accordance with paragrap 2.6 as it may be adjusted from time to time as provided below: .1 17 e CONTRACTOR shall submit to Owner's Representative for acceptance proposed adjustments in t le progress schedule that will not change the Contract Times or Milestones. Such adjustments will conform generally to the progress schedule then in effect. 00700 0 -2020 Page 17 General Conditions .2 Proposed adjustments in the progress schedule that will change the Contract Times or Milestones shall be submitted in accordance with the requirements of Article 12. Such adjustments may only be made by a Change Order or Time Extension Request in accordance with Article 12. 6.4 Concerning Subcontractors,Suppliers and Others: 6.4.1 Assignment: The CONTRACTOR agrees to retain direct control of and give direct attention to the fulfillment of this Contract. The CONTRACTOR agrees not to,by Power of Attorney or otherwise,assign said Contract without the prior written consent of the OWNER. 6.4.2 Award of Subcontracts for Portions of the Work: The CONTRACTOR shall not employ any Subcontractor, Supplier or other person or organization, whether initially or as a substitute, against whom the OWNER may have reasonable objection. The CONTRACTOR must provide the OWNER with a list of all Subcontractors, Suppliers, or other persons or organizations it will use in the Work, and such list must be provided prior to the preconstruction conference. Should the OWNER have objections,the OWNER will communicate such objections by Written Notice. If the OWNER requires a change without good cause of any Subcontractor, person or organization previously accepted by OWNER,the Contract Amount may be increased or decreased by the difference in the cost occasioned by any such change, and an appropriate Change Order shall be issued. The CONTRACTOR shall not substitute any Subcontractor, person or organization that has been accepted by the OWNER, unless the substitute has been accepted in writing by the OWNER. No acceptance by the OWNER of any Subcontractor, Supplier or other person or organization shall constitute a waiver of any right of the OWNER to reject defective Work. 6.4.3 The CONTRACTOR shall enter into written agreements with all Subcontractors and Suppliers which specifically bind the Subcontractors or Suppliers to the applicable terms and conditions of the Contract Documents for the benefit of the OWNER and E/A. The OWNER reserves the right to specify that certain requirements shall be adhered to by all Subcontractors and Sub-subcontractors as indicated in other portions of the Contract Documents and these requirements shall be made a portion of the agreement between the CONTRACTOR and Subcontractor or Supplier. 6.4.4 The CONTRACTOR shall be fully responsible to the OWNER for all acts and omissions of the Subcontractors, Suppliers and other persons and organizations performing or furnishing any of the Work under a direct or indirect contract with the CONTRACTOR just as the CONTRACTOR is responsible for the CONTRACTOR's own acts and omissions. Nothing in the Contract Documents shall create for the benefit of any such Subcontractor,Supplier or other person or organization any contractual relationship between the OWNER and any such Subcontractor, Supplier or other person or organization, nor shall it create any obligation on the part of the OWNER or E/A to pay or to see to the payment of any amounts due any such Subcontractor, Supplier or other person or organization except as may otherwise be required by laws and regulations. 6.4.5 The CONTRACTOR shall be solely responsible for scheduling and coordinating the Work of Subcontractors, Suppliers and other persons and organizations performing or furnishing any of the Work under a direct or indirect contract with the CONTRACTOR. The CONTRACTOR shall require all Subcontractors, Suppliers and such other persons and organizations performing or furnishing any of the Work to communicate with Owner's Representative through the CONTRACTOR. 6.4.6 The divisions and sections of the Specifications and the identifications of any Drawings shall not control the CONTRACTOR in dividing or delineating the Work to be performed by any specific trade. 6.4.7 The CONTRACTOR shall pay each Subcontractor and Supplier their appropriate share of payments made to the CONTRACTOR not later than ten(10)Days after the CONTRACTOR's receipt of payment from the OWNER. 6.5 Patent Fees and Royalties: 6.5.1 The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible at all times for compliance with applicable patents or copyrights encompassing, in whole or in part, any design, device, material, or process utilized, directly or indirectly, in the performance of the Work or the formulation or presentation of its Bid. 00700 04-2020 Page 18 General Conditions 6.5.2 The CONTRACTOR shall pay all royalties and license fees and shall provide, prior to commencement of Work hereund r and at all times during the performance of same, for lawful use of any design, device, material or process cover d by letters, patent or copyright by suitable legal agreement with the patentee, copyright holder, or their duly authorized representative whether or not a particular design, device, material, or process is specified by the OWNER. 6.5.3 The ONTRACTOR shall defend all suits or claims for infringement of any patent or copyright and shall indemnify and save the OWNER harmless from any and all claims,costs, losses,expenses and damages(including but not limited to attorneys fees and consultant fees), direct or indirect, arising with respect to the CONTRACTOR's process in th formulation of its bid or the performance of the Work or otherwise arising in connection therewith. The OWNER eserves the right to provide its own defense,with counsel of its own choosing,to any suit or claim of infringement af any patent or copyright in which event the CONTRACTOR shall indemnify and save harmless the OWNER from all costs and expenses of such defense as well as satisfaction of all judgments entered against the OWNER. 6.5.4 The OWNER shall have the right to stop the Work and/or terminate this Agreement at any time in the event the CONTRACTOR fails to disclose to the OWNER that the CONTRACTOR's work methodology includes the use of any infringing design, device, material or process. 6.6 Permits, Fees: Unless otherwise provided in the Supplemental General Conditions, the CONTRACTOR shall obtain and pay for all construction permits, licenses and fees required for prosecution of the Work. OWNER will obtain and pay for the following permits, licenses and/or fees, if required: .1 Site Development Permit. .2 Building Permit(s). .3 Texas Department of Transportation permit for work in State rights-of-way. .4 Railroad Utility License Agreement. 6.7 Laws and Regulations: 6.7.1 The CONTRACTOR shall give all notices and comply with all laws and regulations applicable to furnishing and performing the Work. Except where otherwise expressly required by applicable laws and regulations, neither the OWNER nor E/A shall be responsible for monitoring the CONTRACTOR'S compliance with any laws and regulations. 6.7.2 The CONTRACTOR shall plan and execute its operations in compliance with all applicable Federal, State and local laws and regulations, including those concerning control and abatement of water pollution and prevention and control of air pollution. 6.7.3 If the CONTRACTOR performs any Work that it is contrary to laws or regulations,then the CONTRACTOR shall bear and shall indemnify, defend and hold OWNER harmless from all claims, costs, losses and damages arising therefrpm; however, it shall not be the CONTRACTOR's primary responsibility to make certain that the Specifications and Drawings are in accordance with laws and regulations, but this does not relieve the CONTRACT9R of the CONTRACTOR's obligations under Article 3. 6.8 Taxe 6.8.1 The CONTRACTOR shall pay all sales, consumer, use and other similar taxes required to be paid by the CONTRACTOR in accordance with the laws and regulations of the State of Texas. 00700 04-2020 Page 19 General Conditions 6.8.2 The OWNER is an exempt organization as defined by Chapter 11 of the Property Tax Code of Texas and is thereby exempt from payment of Sales Tax under Chapter 151, Limited Use Sales, Excise and Use Tax, Texas Tax Code, and Chapter 321, Texas Tax Code. 6.9 Use of Premises: 6.9.1 The CONTRACTOR shall confine construction equipment, the storage of materials and equipment and the operations of workers to the site and land and areas identified in and permitted by the Contract Documents and other land and areas permitted by laws and regulations, rights-of-way, permits and easements, and shall not unreasonably encumber the premises with construction equipment or other materials or equipment. The CONTRACTOR shall assume full responsibility for any damage to any such land or area, or to the owner or occupant thereof or of any adjacent land or areas, resulting from the performance of the Work. Should any claim be made by any such owner or occupant because of the performance of the Work, the CONTRACTOR shall promptly settle with such other party by negotiation or otherwise resolve the claim by dispute resolution proceeding or at law. The CONTRACTOR shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the OWNER, E/A, E/A's consultants and anyone directly or indirectly employed by any of them from and against all claims, costs, losses and damages (including court costs and reasonable attorneys' fees) arising out of or resulting from any claim or action, legal or equitable, brought by any such owner or occupant against the OWNER, E/A or any other party indemnified hereunder to the extent caused by or based upon performance of the Work or failure to perform the Work. 6.9.2 During the progress of the Work and on a daily basis, the CONTRACTOR shall keep the premises free from accumulations of waste materials, rubbish and other debris resulting from the Work. At the completion of the Work, the CONTRACTOR shall remove all waste materials, rubbish and debris from and about the premises as well as all tools, appliances, construction equipment and machinery and surplus materials. The CONTRACTOR shall leave the site clean and ready for occupancy by the OWNER at Substantial Completion of the Work. The CONTRACTOR shall, at a minimum, restore to original condition all property not designated for alteration by the Contact Documents. 6.9.3 The CONTRACTOR shall not load nor permit any part of any structure to be loaded in any manner that will endanger the structure, nor shall the CONTRACTOR subject any part of the Work or adjacent property to stresses or pressures that will endanger it. 6.10 Record Documents: The CONTRACTOR shall maintain in a safe place at the site, or other location acceptable to the OWNER, one(1) record copy of all Drawings, Specifications,Addenda, Change Orders,Change Directives, Field Orders and written interpretations and clarifications (issued pursuant to paragraph 9.5) in good order and annotated to show all changes made during construction. These record documents, together with all final samples and all final Shop Drawings,will be available to the OWNER and E/A for reference during performance of the Work. Upon Substantial Completion of the Work, these record documents, samples and Shop Drawings showing the final "as built' construction of the Project shall be promptly delivered to Owner's Representative. 6.11 Safety and Protection: 6.11.1 The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for initiating, maintaining and supervising all safety precautions and programs in connection with the Work. Upon request,and prior to installation of measures,the CONTRACTOR shall submit a site security and safety plan for approval by the OWNER. By reviewing the plan or making recommendations or comments, the OWNER will not assume liability nor will the CONTRACTOR be relieved of liability for damage, injury or loss. The CONTRACTOR shall take all necessary precautions for the safety of and shall provide the necessary protection to prevent damage, injury or loss to: .1 all persons on the Work site or who may be affected by the Work; .2 all the Work and materials and equipment to be incorporated therein, whether in storage on or off the site; and 00700 04-2020 Page 20 General Conditions .3 otl er property at the site or adjacent thereto, including but not limited to, trees, shrubs, lawns, walks, p.;vements, roadways, structures, utilities and underground facilities not designated for removal, rlocation or replacement in the course of construction. 6.11.2 The i,ONTRACTOR shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations of any public body having jurisdiction fo safety of persons or property or to protect them from damage, injury or loss; and shall erect and maintain all ncessary safeguards for such safety and protection. The CONTRACTOR shall notify owners of adjacent prop: rty and of underground facilities, and utility owners when prosecution of the Work may affect them, and shall coo•erate with them in the protection, removal, relocation and replacement of their property. All damage, injury or loss t• any property referred to in paragraph 6.11.1.2 and paragraph 6.11.1.3 caused, directly or indirectly, in whole or i part, by the CONTRACTOR, Subcontractor, Supplier or any person or organization directly or indirectly empoyed by any of them to perform or furnish any of the Work or anyone for whose acts any of them may be responsibl , shall be remedied by the CONTRACTOR (except damage or loss attributable to the fault of Drawings or '.pecifications or to the acts or omissions of the OWNER, or E/A, or E/A's consultant or anyone employed by .ny of them or anyone for whose acts any of them may be responsible, and not attributable, directly or indirectly, i 1 whole or in part,to the faults or negligence of the CONTRACTOR or any Subcontractor, Supplier or other person •r organization directly or indirectly employed by any of them). The CONTRACTOR's duties and responsibilitie. for safety and protection of the Work shall continue until such time as all the Work is completed and Owner's Reprsentative has issued a notice to the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR in accordance with Article 14 that the Work is acceptable(except as otherwise expressly provided in connection with Substantial Completion). 6.11.3 Safet Representative: The CONTRACTOR shall designate a qualified and experienced safety representativ at the site whose duties and responsibilities shall be the prevention of accidents and the maintaining and supervisi g of safety precautions and programs. Upon request of the OWNER, the CONTRACTOR shall provide certifi ations or other documentation of the safety representative's qualifications. At a minimum,the safety representativ shall have received the OSHA thirty (30) hour training and a certificate evidencing that the safety representativ has received such training within the last five (5) years shall be provided to the OWNER's representativ . 6.11.4 Haza d Communication Programs: The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for coordinating any exchange of aterial safety data sheets or other hazard communication information required to be made available to or exchangd between or among employers at the site in accordance with laws and regulations. 6.11.5 Emert encies: 6.11.5.1 I 1 emergencies affecting the safety or protection of persons or the Work at the site or adjacent thereto, the CONTRA TOR, without special instruction or authorization from the OWNER or E/A, is obligated to act reasonably ts prevent threatened damage, injury or loss and to mitigate damage or loss to the Work. The CONTRACTs,R shall give Owner's Representative prompt written notice if the CONTRACTOR believes that any significant ch-nges in the Work or variations from the Contract Documents have been caused thereby. If Owner's Representati - determines that a change in the Contract Documents is required because of the action taken by the CONTRACTS R in response to such an emergency,a Change Directive or Change Order will be issued to document the consequ;nces of such action; otherwise the OWNER will not be responsible for the CONTRACTOR's emergency a•tion. 6.11.5.2 A thorized agents of the CONTRACTOR shall respond immediately to call-out at any time of any day or night when circumstances warrant the presence on Project site of the CONTRACTOR or its agent to protect the Work or adjaqent property from damage, restriction or limitation or to take such action or measures pertaining to the Work as nay be necessary to provide for the safety of the public. Should the CONTRACTOR and/or its agent fail to respond and take action to alleviate such an emergency situation, the OWNER may direct other forces to take action as necessary to remedy the emergency condition,and the OWNER will deduct any cost of such remedial action from th funds due to the CONTRACTOR under this Contract. 6.11.5.3 I the event there is an accident involving injury to any individual on or near the Work, the CONTRACT R shall notify Owner's Representative within twenty-four (24) hours of the event and shall be responsible f r recording the location of the event and the circumstances surrounding the event through 00700 0 -2020 Page 21 General Conditions photographs, interviewing witnesses, obtaining medical reports and other documentation that describes the event. Copies of such documentation shall be provided to Owner's Representative, for the OWNER's and E/A's records, within forty-eight(48) hours of the event. 6.12 Continuing the Work: The CONTRACTOR shall carry on the Work and adhere to the progress schedule during all disputes or disagreements with the OWNER. No Work shall be delayed or postponed pending resolution of any disputes or disagreements, except as the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR may agree in writing. 6.13 CONTRACTOR's General Warranty and Guarantee: 6.13.1 The CONTRACTOR warrants and guarantees to the OWNER that all Work will be performed in a good and workmanlike manner in accordance with the Contract Documents and will not be defective. The CONTRACTOR'S warranty and guarantee hereunder excludes defects or damage caused by: .1 abuse, modification or improper maintenance or operation by persons other than the CONTRACTOR, Subcontractors or Suppliers; or .2 normal wear and tear under normal usage. 6.13.2 The CONTRACTOR's obligation to perform and complete the Work in a good and workmanlike manner in accordance with the Contract Documents shall be absolute. None of the following will constitute acceptance of Work not in accordance with the Contract Documents or a release of the CONTRACTOR's obligation to perform the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents: .1 observations by Owner's Representative and/or E/A; .2 recommendation of any progress or final payment by Owner's Representative; .3 the issuance of a certificate of Substantial Completion or any payment by the OWNER to the CONTRACTOR under the Contract Documents; .4 use or occupancy of the Work or any part thereof by the OWNER; .5 any acceptance by the OWNER or any failure to do so; .6 any review of a Shop Drawing or sample submittal; .7 any inspection, test or approval by others; or .8 any correction of defective Work by the OWNER. .9 the failure of the OWNER, E/A or any other person or entity acting on behalf of the OWNER or E/A to observe, detect or discover any defect in the Work or any non-conformance of the Work with any requirement of the Contract Documents. CONTRACTOR hereby waives any claim or defense to any claim by the OWNER that any failure by the OWNER, E/A, or any other person or entity acting on behalf of the OWNER or E/A to observe, detect or discover any defect in the Work relieves or releases, in whole or in part, CONTRACTOR from any obligations or responsibility for the correction of such defects or any other obligation of CONTRACTOR under the Contract Documents. 6.14 Indemnification: 00700 04-2020 Page 22 General Conditions 6.14.1 TO T E FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW,AND IN ADDITION TO ANY OTHER OBLIGATIONS OF CONTRA I TOR UNDER THE CONTRACT OR OTHERWISE,CONTRACTOR SHALL INDEMNIFY, DEFEND AND HOLD ARMLESS OWNER, ITS COUNCIL MEMBERS , EMPLOYEES, AGENTS,AND CONSULTANTS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE E/A (THE "INDEMNIFIED PARTIES" OR INDEMNIFIED PARTY", FROM AND A GAINST ALL CLAIMS, COSTS, LOSSES,AND DAMAGES (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ALL FEES A D CHARGES OF ENGINEERS, ARCHITECTS, ATTORNEYS, CONSULTANTS, EXPERTS AND OTHER PRO'ESSIONALS AND ALL COURT OR ARBITRATION OR OTHER DISPUTE RESOLUTION COSTS) ARISING OU OF OR RELATING TO THE PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER SUCH CLAI S, COSTS, LOSSES, AND DAMAGES ARE CAUSED, IN WHOLE OR IN PARTY BY THE ACTS, ACTIONS, E-RORS OR OMISSIONS OF AN INDEMNIFIED PARTY. BECAUSE 0 NER IS A MUNICIPALITY,THE TERMS AND PROVISIONS OF SUBCHAPTER C OF CHAPTER 151 OF THE TEXAS INSURANCE CODE ("CHAPTER 151") DOES NOT APPLY TO THE OWNER. IF, HOWEVER, ANY PROVISION OF CHAPTER 151 APPLIES TO THE OWNER, IT IS THE INTENT OF THE OWNER THA IF THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 151 DO APPLY, NOTHING HEREIN SHALL IMPOSE ANY REQUIREME TS ON CONTRACTOR THAT ARE PROHIBITED BY CHAPTER 151 AND THAT ANY OF THE PROVISIONS HEREOF THAT ARE NOT PROHIBITED BY CHAPTER 151 SHALL REMAIN IN FULL FORCE AND EFFEC ACCORDINGLY, IN THE EVENT THAT IN CONSTRUING AND INTERPRETING THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, A COURT OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION OR, IF APPLICABLE, AN ARBITRATO ', DETERMINES THAT CHAPTER 151 APPLIES TO THE OWNER, THEN THE COURT OR ARBITTO ' SHALL REFORM THE PROVISIONS HEREOF SO AS TO COMPLY WITH CHAPTER 151 AND SUCH REFO 'MATION SHALL NOT AFFECT THE VALIDITY OF ANY PROVISIONS HEREOF THAT ARE NOT PROHIBITED BY CHAPTER 151. 6.14.2 The i idemnification obligation under paragraph 6.14.1 shall not be limited in any way by any limitation on the amount o1 type of damages, or compensation or benefits payable by or for the CONTRACTOR or any such Subcontracto , Supplier or other person or organization under workers'compensation acts,disability benefit acts or other empIoy;e benefit acts. 6.14.3 The •bligations of the CONTRACTOR under paragraph 6.14.1 shall not extend to the liability of the OWNER, E/A E/A's consultants, and their officers, directors, partners, employees or agents caused primarily by negligent pre'aration of maps, drawings, surveys, designs or specifications upon which is placed the applicable stateauthoriz d design professional seal of the OWNER's, E/A's or EIA's consultant's officers, directors, partners, employees or agents. 6.14.4 In th; event the CONTRACTOR fails to follow the OWNER's directives concerning use of the site, scheduling or course of construction, or engages in other conduct which proximately causes damage to property based on inverse condemnation or otherwise, then and in that event, the CONTRACTOR shall indemnify the OWNER against all costs resulting from such claims. 6.14.5 In the event the CONTRACTOR unreasonably delays progress of the work being done by others on the site so as to cause loss for which the OWNER becomes liable, then the CONTRACTOR shall reimburse the OWNER for such loss. 6.15 Survival of Obligations: All representations, indemnifications, warranties and guarantees made in, required by or given in accordance with the Contract ocuments, as well as all continuing obligations indicated in the Contract Documents,will survive final payment, c0rr1p1eti0n and acceptance of the Work and termination or completion of the Agreement. 6.16 Losss from Natural Causes: Unless otherwise specified, all loss or damage to the CONTRACTOR arising out of the nature of the Work to be done or from action of the elements,floods or from unforeseeable circumstances in prosecution of the Work or from 00700 04-2020 Page 23 General Conditions unusual obstructions or difficulties which may be encountered in prosecution of the Work, shall be sustained and borne by the CONTRACTOR at its own cost and expense. 6.17 Notice of Claim: Should the CONTRACTOR suffer injury or damage to person or property because of any error, omission or act of the OWNER or of any of the OWNER's employees or agents or others for whose acts the OWNER is liable, a Claim will be made to the other party within thirty (30) calendar days of the event giving rise to such injury or damage. The provisions of this paragraph 6.17 shall not be construed as a substitute for or a waiver of the provisions of any applicable statute of limitations, statute of repose, or any other provision of the Contract Documents. 6.18 Liquidated Damages: At set forth in the Agreement,paragraph 1.2,the CONTRACTOR or its Surety shall be liable for Liquidated Damages for the CONTRACTOR's failure to timely complete the Work or any portion thereof within the Contract Time. See Supplemental Conditions for amount of Liquidated Damages. ARTICLE 7 -OTHER WORK 7.1 The OWNER may perform other work related to the Project at the site by the OWNER's own forces, or let other contracts therefor, or have other work performed by utility owners. If the CONTRACTOR believes that delay or additional cost is involved because of such action by the OWNER, the CONTRACTOR may make a Claim as provided in Article 11 or Article 12. 7.2 The CONTRACTOR shall afford other contractors who are in a contract with the OWNER and each utility owner (and the OWNER, if the OWNER is performing the additional work with the OWNER's employees) proper and safe access to the site and a reasonable opportunity for the introduction and storage of materials and equipment and the execution of such other work and shall properly connect and coordinate the Work with theirs. Unless otherwise provided in the Contract Documents, the CONTRACTOR shall do all cutting, fitting and patching of the Work that may be required to make its several parts come together properly and integrate with such other work. The CONTRACTOR shall not endanger any work of others by cutting, excavating or otherwise altering their work and will only cut or alter their work with the written consent of Owner's Representative and the other contractors whose work will be affected. The CONTRACTOR shall promptly remedy damage caused by the CONTRACTOR to completed or partially completed construction or to property of the OWNER or separate contractors. 7.3 If the proper execution or results of any part of the CONTRACTOR's Work depends upon work performed by others under this Article 7, the CONTRACTOR shall inspect such other work and promptly report to Owner's Representative in writing any delays, defects or deficiencies in such other work that render it unavailable or unsuitable for the proper execution and results of the CONTRACTOR's Work. The CONTRACTOR's failure to report will constitute an acceptance of such other work as fit and proper for integration with the CONTRACTOR's Work except for latent or non-apparent defects and deficiencies in such other work. 7.4 The OWNER shall provide for coordination of the activities of the OWNER's own forces and of each separate contractor with the Work of the CONTRACTOR, who shall cooperate with them. The CONTRACTOR shall participate with other separate contractors and Owner's Representative in reviewing their construction schedules when directed to do so. The CONTRACTOR shall make any revisions to the construction schedule deemed necessary after a joint review and mutual agreement. The construction schedules shall then constitute the schedules to be used by the CONTRACTOR, separate contractors and the OWNER until subsequently revised. 7.5 Unless otherwise stated herein, costs caused by delays or by improperly timed activities or defective construction shall be borne by the party responsible therefor. 7.6 If CONTRACTOR damages,delays,disrupts or interferes with the work of any other contractor,or any utility owner performing other work at or adjacent to the site of the Project, through CONTRACTOR's failure to take reasonable and customary measures to avoid such impacts, or if any claim arising out of CONTRACTOR'S actions, 00700 04-2020 Page 24 General Conditions inactions or negligence in performance of the Work at or adjacent to the site of the Project is made by any such other contractor or utility owner against CONTRACTOR, OWNER, or E/A, then CONTRACTOR shall (1) promptly attempt to settle the claim as to all parties through negotiations with such other contractor or utility owner, or otherwise resolve the claim by arbitration or other dispute resolution proceeding or at law,and(2)INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS THE INDEMNIFIED PARTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE E/A FROM AND AGAINST ANY SUCH CLAIMS,AND AGAINST ALL COSTS,LOSSES,AND DAMAGES(INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ALL FEES AND CHARGES OF ENGINEERS, ARCHITECTS, ATTORNEYS, AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS AND ALL COURT OR ARBITRATION OR OTHER DISPUTE RESOLUTION COSTS) ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO SUCH DAMAGE, DELAY, DISRUPTION,OR INTERFERENCE. ARTICLE 8-OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES 8.1 Prior o the start of construction, the OWNER will designate in writing a person or entity to act as Owner's Representativ during construction. Except as otherwise provided in these General Conditions, the OWNER shall issue all com unications to the CONTRACTOR through Owner's Representative. 8.2 The WNER will not supervise, direct, control or have authority over or be responsible for the CONTRACT R's means, methods,techniques, sequences or procedures of construction or the safety precautions and programs incident thereto. The OWNER is not responsible for any failure of the CONTRACTOR to comply with laws and reg lations applicable to furnishing or performing the Work. The OWNER is not responsible for the CONTRACTOR's failure to perform or furnish the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. Failure or omission of the OWNER to discover, or object to or condemn any defective Work or material shall not release the CONTRACTOR from the obligation to properly and fully perform the Contract. 8.3 The OWNER is not responsible for the acts or omissions of the CONTRACTOR, or of any Subcontractor, any Supplier, or of any other person or organization performing or furnishing any of the Work. 8.4 Information or services under the OWNER's control shall be furnished by the OWNER with reasonable promptness to avoid delay in the orderly progress of the Work. 8.5 The foregoing are in addition to other duties and responsibilities of the OWNER enumerated herein and especially thqse in respect to Article 4 (Availability of Lands; Subsurface and Physical Conditions; Reference Points),Articl 7 (Other Work)and Article 14(Payments to the CONTRACTOR and Completion). 8.6 Notic of Claim: Should the OWNER suffer injury or damage to person or property because of any error, omission or act of the CONTRACTOR or of any of the CONTRACTOR's employees or agents or others for whose acts the CONTRACTOR is liable, a notice of such injury or damage will be sent to the CONTRACTOR within thirty (30) calendar day of the event giving rise to such injury or damage. The provisions of this paragraph 8.6 shall not be construed as�substitute for or a waiver of the provisions of any applicable statute of limitations or statute of repose. 8.7 The OWNER is not responsible for the CONTRACTOR's failure to perform or furnish the Work in accordance w th the Contract Documents. The failure or omission of the OWNER, E/A or any other person or entity acting on beh.;If of the OWNER or the E/A to observe,detect, discover,or object to or condemn any defective Work or material sh:II not release the CONTRACTOR from CONTRACTOR's obligation to properly and fully perform the Work pursuan to the Contract Documents. The OWNER shall not be responsible for the acts, errors or omissions of the CONT A CTOR, or any Subcontractor, Supplier or any other person or entity performing or furnishing any of the Work on bH half of the CONTRACTOR. ARTICLE 9- NGINEER/ARCHITECT'S STATUS DURING CONSTRUCTION 9.1 E/A's Authority and Responsibilities: 9.1.1 The dities and responsibilities and the limitations of authority of E/A during construction are set forth in the Contract Documents and shall not be extended without written consent of the OWNER and E/A. The assignment 00700 04-2020 Page 25 General Conditions of any authority, duties or responsibilities to E/A under the Contract Documents, or under any agreement between the OWNER and E/A, or any undertaking, exercise or performance thereof by E/A, is intended to be for the sole and exclusive benefit of the OWNER and is not for the benefit of the CONTRACTOR, Subcontractor, Sub- subcontractor, Supplier, or any other person or organization, or for any surety or employee or agent of any of them. 9.1.2 E/A will not supervise, direct, control or have authority over or be responsible for the CONTRACTOR's means, methods, techniques, sequences or procedures of construction, or the safety precautions and programs incident thereto. E/A is not responsible for any failure of the CONTRACTOR to comply with laws and regulations applicable to the furnishing or performing the Work. E/A is not responsible for the CONTRACTOR'S failure to perform or furnish the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. Failure or omission of E/A to discover, or object to or condemn any defective Work or material shall not release the CONTRACTOR from the obligation to properly and fully perform the Work. 9.1.3 E/A is not responsible for the acts or omissions of the CONTRACTOR, or of any Subcontractor, any Supplier, or of any other person or organization performing or furnishing any of the Work. 9.1.4 If the OWNER so directs, E/A will review the final Application for Payment and accompanying documentation and all maintenance and operating instructions, schedules, guarantees, bonds and certificates of inspection,tests and approvals and other documentation required to be delivered by Article 14,but only to determine generally that their content complies with the requirements of, and in the case of certificates of inspections, tests and approvals that the results certified indicate compliance with, the Contract Documents. 9.1.5 The limitations upon authority and responsibility set forth in this paragraph 9.1 shall also apply to E/A's Consultants, Resident Project Representative and assistants. 9.2 E/A as Owner's Representative: 9.2.1 E/A may be designated as Owner's Representative under paragraph 8.1. 9.3 Visits to Site: If the OWNER so directs, E/A will make visits to the site at intervals appropriate to the various stages of construction as is necessary in order to observe as an experienced and qualified design professional the progress that has been made and the quality of the various aspects of the CONTRACTOR's executed Work. Based on information obtained during such visits and observations, E/A will endeavor for the benefit of the OWNER to determine if the Work is proceeding in accordance with the Contract Documents. E/A will not be required to make exhaustive or continuous on-site inspections to check the quality or quantity of the Work. EIA's efforts will be directed toward providing for the OWNER a greater degree of confidence that the completed Work will conform to the Contract Documents. On the basis of such visits and on-site observations, E/A will keep the OWNER informed of the progress of the Work and will endeavor to guard the OWNER against defective Work. E/A's visits and on-site observations are subject to all the limitations on E/A's authority and responsibility set forth in paragraph 9.1. 9.4 Project Representative: If the OWNER and E/A agree, E/A will furnish a Resident Project Representative to assist E/A in providing more continuous observation of the Work. The responsibilities and authority and limitations of any such Resident Project Representative and assistants will be as provided in paragraph 9.1 and in the Supplemental General Conditions. The OWNER may designate another representative or agent to represent the OWNER at the site who is not E/A, E/A's consultant, agent or employee. 9.5 Clarifications and Interpretations: E/A may determine that written clarifications or interpretations of the requirements of the Contract Documents (in the form of drawings or otherwise) are necessary. Such written clarifications or interpretations will be consistent with the intent of and reasonably inferable from the Contract Documents,will be issued with reasonable promptness by Owner's Representative and will be binding on the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR. If the OWNER or the 00700 04-2020 Page 26 General Conditions CONTRACTOR believes that a written clarification or interpretation justifies an adjustment in the Contract Amount or the Contract Times, the OWNER or the CONTRACTOR may make a Claim therefor as provided in Article 11 or Article 12. 9.6 Rejecting Defective Work: E/A may recommend that the OWNER disapprove or reject Work which E/A believes to be defective, or believes will not produce a completed Project that conforms to the Contract Documents or will prejudice the integrity of the design concept of the completed Project as a functioning whole as indicated by the Contract Documents. ARTICLE 10-CHANGES IN THE WORK 10.1 Changes: 10.1.1 Without invalidating the Contract and without notice to any surety, the OWNER, at any time or from time to time, may order additions, deletions or revisions in the Work. Such changes in the Work will be authorized by Change Order, Change Directive or Field Order. 10.1.2 Changes in the Work shall be performed under applicable provisions of the Contract Documents, and the CONTRACTOR shall proceed promptly, unless otherwise provided in the Change Order, Change Directive or Field Order. 10.1.3 The CONTRACTOR shall not be entitled to an increase in the Contract Amount or an extension of the Contract Times with respect to any Work performed that is not required by the Contract Documents as amended, modified and supplemented as provided in paragraph 3.3.1 and paragraph 3.3.2, except in the case of an emergency as provided in paragraph 6.11.5 or in the case of uncovering Work as provided in paragraph 13.4. 10.1.4 Except in the case of an emergency as provided in paragraph 6.11.5, a Change Order or Change Directive is required before the CONTRACTOR commences any activities associated with a change in the Work which, in the CONTRACTOR's opinion, will result in a change in the Contract Amount and/or Contract Times. 10.1.5 If notice of any change affecting the general scope of the Work or the provisions of the Contract Documents (including, but not limited to, Contract Amount or Contract Times) is required by the provisions of any Bond to be given to a surety, the giving of any such notice will be the CONTRACTOR's responsibility, and the amount of each applicable Bond will be adjusted accordingly. 10.2 Change Orders: 10.2.1 The OWNER and the CONTRACTOR shall execute appropriate written Change Orders covering: .1 a change in the Work; .2 the amount of the adjustment in the Contract Amount, if any; and .3 the extent of the adjustment in the Contract Time, if any. 10.2.2 An executed Change Order shall represent the complete, equitable, and final amount of adjustment in the Contract Amount and/or Contract Time owed to the CONTRACTOR or the OWNER as a result of the occurrence or event causing the change in the Work encompassed by the Change Order. 10.3 Change Directives: 10.3.1 The OWNER may by written Change Directive,without invalidating the Contract,order changes in the Work within the general scope of the Contract consisting of additions, deletions or other revisions, the Contract Amount 00700 04-2020 Page 27 General Conditions and Contract Time being adjusted as necessary. A Change Directive shall be used in the absence of complete and prompt agreement on the terms of a Change Order. 10.3.2 If the Change Directive provides for an adjustment to the Contract Amount, the adjustment shall be based on the method provided for in paragraph 11.5. 10.3.3 A Change Directive shall be recorded later by preparation and execution of an appropriate Change Order. 10.3.4 Upon receipt of a Change Directive, CONTRACTOR shall promptly proceed with the change in the Work involved. 10.4 Field Order: 10.4.1 Owner's Representative may authorize minor variations in the Work from the requirements of the Contract Documents which do not involve an adjustment in the Contract Amount or the Contract Times and are compatible with the design concept of the completed Project as a functioning whole as indicated by the Contract Documents. These shall be accomplished by written Field Order and shall be binding on the OWNER and on the CONTRACTOR who shall perform the Work involved promptly. 10.4.2 If the CONTRACTOR believes that a Field Order would require an adjustment in the Contract Amount and/or Contract Times, the CONTRACTOR shall make written request to Owner's Representative for a Change Order. Any request by the CONTRACTOR for an adjustment in Contract Amount and/or Contract Times shall be made in writing prior to beginning the work covered by the Field Order. 10.5 No Damages for Delay: Except as otherwise provided in the Contract Documents, the CONTRACTOR shall receive no compensation for delays or hindrances to the Work. If delay is caused by specific orders given by the OWNER to stop Work for reasons for which the CONTRACTOR is not responsible, or such delay is not caused by active interference in the Work by OWNER for reasons for which the CONTRACTOR is not responsible, then such delay will entitle the CONTRACTOR only to an equivalent extension of time,the CONTRACTOR's application for which shall, however, be subject to approval of the OWNER. No such extension of time shall release the CONTRACTOR or surety on its performance bond from all the CONTRACTOR's obligations hereunder which shall remain in full force until discharge of the Contract. ARTICLE 11 -CHANGE OF CONTRACT AMOUNT 11.1 The Contract Amount is stated in the Agreement and, including authorized adjustments, is the total amount payable by the OWNER to the CONTRACTOR for performance of the Work under the Contract Documents. 11.2 The original Contract Amount may not be increased by more than twenty-five percent(25%)and it may not be decreased more than twenty-five percent(25%)without the consent of the CONTRACTOR to such decrease. 11.3 The Contract Amount shall only be changed by a Change Order. Any claim for an adjustment in the Contract Amount shall be made by Written Notice delivered by the party making the Claim to the other party promptly (but in no event later than thirty(30)calendar days)after the start of the occurrence or event giving rise to the Claim and stating the general nature of the Claim. Notice of the amount of the Claim with supporting data shall be delivered within thirty(30)calendar days after Written Notice of Claim is delivered by claimant, and shall represent that the adjustment claimed covers all known amounts to which claimant is entitled as a result of said occurrence or event. If the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR cannot otherwise agree, all Claims for adjustment in the Contract Amount shall be determined as set out in Article 16. 11.4 Determination of Value of Work: 00700 04-2020 Page 28 General Conditions 11.4.1 The lue of any Work covered by a Change Order or of any Claim for an adjustment in the Contract Amount will b:- determined by one or more of the following methods: .1 b application of unit prices contained in the Contract Documents to the quantities of the items involved. .2 b a mutually agreed lump sum properly itemized and supported by sufficient substantiating data to permit evaluation. .3 b cost of Work plus the CONTRACTOR's fee for all overhead costs and profit(determined as provided in,paragraph 11.5). 11.4.2 Befor using the method described in paragraph 11.4.1.3, the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR agree to negotiate a hange Order using the methods identified in paragraph 11.4.1.1 and paragraph 11.4.1.2, as appropriate, to determine the adjustment in the Contract Amount. 11.5 Cost if Work: If neither of th- methods defined in paragraph 11.4.1.1 or paragraph 11.4.1.2 can be agreed upon before a change in the Work i- commenced which will result in an adjustment in the Contract Amount, the OWNER may issue a Change Direc ive to the CONTRACTOR. If the OWNER elects to issue a Change Directive, CONTRACTOR shall perform the C anged Work and payment will be made as follows: .1 Fir all personnel, the CONTRACTOR will receive the rate or wage specified in the prevailing wage rtes established in Section 00900 for each hour that said personnel are actually engaged in such ork, to which will be added an amount equal to twenty-five percent (25%) of the sum thereof as cumpensation for the CONTRACTOR's and any affected Subcontractor's total overhead and profit. No s;parate charge will be made by the CONTRACTOR for organization or overhead expenses. For the cost of premiums on public liability insurance, workers' compensation insurance, social security and u employment insurance, an amount equal to fifty-five percent (55%) of the wages paid personnel, e cluding the twenty-five(25%)compensation provided above,will be paid to the CONTRACTOR. The a,tual cost of the CONTRACTOR's bond(s) on the extra Work will be paid based on invoices from s rety. No charge for superintendence will be made unless considered necessary and ordered by the 0 NER. .2 T e CONTRACTOR will receive the actual cost, including freight charges, of the materials used on s ch Work, to which costs will be added a sum equal to twenty-five percent (25%) thereof as compensation for the CONTRACTOR's and any affected Subcontractor's total overhead and profit. In c se material invoices indicate a discount may be taken,the actual cost will be the invoice price minus t e discount. .3 F ir machinery,trucks, power tools, or other similar equipment agreed to be necessary by the OWNER a d the CONTRACTOR, the OWNER will allow the CONTRACTOR the rate as given in the latest e ition of the Associated General Contractors of America "Contractor's Equipment Cost Guide" as p blished by Dataquest for each hour that said tools or equipment are in use on such work,which rate in ludes the cost of fuel, lubricants and repairs. No additional compensation will be allowed on the e i.uipment for the CONTRACTOR's overhead and profit. .4 Ti e compensation, as herein provided for, shall be received by the CONTRACTOR and any affected S bcontractor as payment in full for work done by Change Directive and will include use of small tools, a d total overhead expense and profit. The CONTRACTOR and the Owner's Representative shall cmpare records of work done by Change Directive at the end of each day. Copies of these records wil be made upon forms provided for this purpose by the OWNER and signed by both Owner's Rpresentative and the CONTRACTOR, with one(1) copy being retained by the OWNER and one(1) b the CONTRACTOR. Refusal by the CONTRACTOR to sign these records within two (2) working d.:ys of presentation does not invalidate the accuracy of the record. 00700 04-2020 Page 29 General Conditions 11.6 Unit Price Work: 11.6.1 Where the Contract Documents provide that all or part of the Work is to be unit price Work, initially the Contract Amount will be deemed to include for all unit price work an amount equal to the sum of the established unit price for each separately identified item of unit price work times the estimated quantity of each item as indicated in the Bid. The estimated quantities of items of unit price work are not guaranteed and are solely for the purpose of comparison of Bids and determining an initial Contract Amount. Determinations of the actual quantities and classifications of unit price work performed by the CONTRACTOR will be made by Owner's Representative. Owner's Representative will review with the CONTRACTOR the preliminary determinations on such matters before rendering a written decision thereon (by recommendation of an Application for Payment or otherwise). 11.6.2 When "plan quantity" is indicated for a bid item, the CONTRACTOR shall be paid the amount specified in the Contract Documents without any measurements. 11.6.3 Each unit price will be deemed to include an amount considered by the CONTRACTOR to be adequate to cover the CONTRACTOR's overhead and profit for each separately identified item. 11.6.4 A Major Item is any individual bid item in the Bid that has a total cost equal to or greater than five percent (5%) of the original Contract Amount or $50,000, whichever is greater, computed on the basis of bid quantities and Contract unit prices. 11.6.5 The OWNER or the CONTRACTOR may make a Claim for an adjustment in the Contract Amount in accordance with Article 11 if: .1 the actual quantity of any Major Item should become as much as twenty percent (20%) more than or twenty percent(20%) less than in the Bid; or .2 The CONTRACTOR presents proper documentation contesting the accuracy of"plan quantity," and Owner's Representative verifies quantity and determines original quantity is in error by five percent (5%)or more. 11.6.E Right to Verify Information: The CONTRACTOR agrees that any designated representative of the OWNER shall have the right to examine the CONTRACTOR's records to verify the accuracy and appropriateness of the pricing data used to price change proposals. Even after a Change Order Proposal has been approved, the CONTRACTOR agrees that if the OWNER later determines the cost and pricing data submitted was inaccurate, incomplete, not current or not in compliance with the terms of this Agreement regarding pricing of change orders, then an appropriate contract price reduction will be made. 11.6.7 Pricing Information Requirements: The CONTRACTOR agrees to provide and require all subcontractors to provide a breakdown of allowable labor and labor burden cost information as outlined herein. This information will be used to evaluate the potential cost of labor and labor burden related to change order work. It is intended that this information represent an accurate estimate of the CONTRACTOR's actual labor and labor burden cost components. This information is not intended to establish fixed billing or change order pricing labor rates. However, at the time change orders are priced the submitted cost data for labor rates may be used to price change order work. The accuracy of any such agreed-upon labor cost components used to price change orders will be subject to later audit. Approved change order amounts may be adjusted later to correct the impact of inaccurate labor cost components if the agreed-upon labor cost components are determined to be inaccurate. ARTICLE 12-CHANGE OF CONTRACT TIMES 12.1 Working Day and Calendar Day Contracts: 12.1.1 The Contract Times (or Milestones) shall only be changed by Change Order or Time Extension Request duly executed by both the CONTRACTOR and Owner's Representative. Any claim for an adjustment of the Contract Times(or Milestones)shall be made by Written Notice delivered by the party making the Claim to the other 00700 04-2020 Page 30 General Conditions party promptly (but in no event later than thirty (30)calendar days) after the start of the occurrence or event giving rise to the delay and stating the general nature of the delay. Notice of the extent of the delay with supporting data shall be delivered within thirty (30) calendar days after Written Notice of Claim is delivered by claimant, and shall represent that the adjustment claimed is the entire adjustment to which claimant is entitled as a result of said occurrence or event. If the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR cannot otherwise agree, all Claims for adjustment in the Contract Times (or Milestones) shall be determined as set out in Article 16. No Claim for an adjustment in the Contract Times(or Milestones)will be valid if not submitted in accordance with the requirements of this paragraph. 12.1.2 When the CONTRACTOR is at fault and the OWNER stops the Work so that corrections in the Work can be made by the CONTRACTOR, then no extension in time will be allowed. 12.1.3 When the CONTRACTOR is prevented from completing any part of the Work within the Contract Times(or Milestones) due to delay for which the CONTRACTOR is not responsible, an extension of the Contract Times(or Milestones) in an amount equal to the time lost due to such delay will be considered by OWNER. Any extension of the Contract Time shall be the CONTRACTOR's sole and exclusive remedy for such delay. However, adverse weather shall rot be considered justification for extension of Contract Times on Calendar Day contracts, except as provided for in paragraph 12.2. 12.1.4 The OWNER will consider time extension requests and may grant the CONTRACTOR an extension of time because of: .1 Changes ordered in the Work which justify additional time. .2 Failure of materials or products being at the Project site due to delays in transportation or failures of Suppliers,for which the CONTRACTOR,a Subcontractor or a Supplier is not responsible. The request for an extension of time shall be supported by a recitation of acts demonstrating that such delays were beyond the control of the CONTRACTOR, a Subcontractor or a Supplier including but not limited to, the CONTRACTOR's, the Subcontractor's or the Supplier's efforts to overcome such delays documented as follows: a) Copy of purchase order for delayed item(s) indicating date ordered by the CONTRACTOR/Subcontractor and date purchase order received by Supplier. b) If item(s) require Shop Drawings or other submittal information in accordance with the Contract Documents, provide record of date submittal(s) forwarded to Owner's Representative, date submittal(s) returned to the CONTRACTOR, and date submittal(s)forwarded to Supplier. c Copy of document(s) from Supplier, on Supplier's letterhead, indicating date(s) item(s) would be ready for shipment and/or actual shipment date(s). d Copies of all correspondence between the CONTRACTOR/Subcontractor and Supplier indicating the CONTRACTOR/Subcontractor's efforts to expedite item(s). e If item(s) are being purchased by a Subcontractor, provision of meeting notes, correspondence, and the like which reflect the CONTRACTOR'S efforts with the Subcontractor to expedite delivery of the item(s). .3 When acts of the OWNER, EtA, utility owners or other contractors employed by the OWNER delay progress of work through no fault of the CONTRACTOR. .4 When the CONTRACTOR is delayed by strikes, lockouts, fires, losses from natural causes, or other unavoidable cause or causes beyond the CONTRACTOR'S control. 12.2 Calendar Day Contracts: 00700 04-2020 Page 31 General Conditions Under a Calendar Day Contract,the CONTRACTOR may also be granted an extension of time because of unusual inclement weather that is beyond the normal weather expected for the Williamson and Travis Counties,Texas area. Normal weather which prevents the CONTRACTOR from performing Work is expected during a Calendar Day Contract, and is not a justification for an extension of time. The following delineates the number of days per month for which, for purpos ontracts, expected normal weather will prevent performance of Work: January................7 days February 7 days March 7 days April days May 8 days June................................. .6 days July 6 days August 5 days Septembe 7 days October 7 days November..................... 7 days December 7 days Days per month exceeding the number shown above may be credited as Rain Days if a Claim is made in accordance with paragraph 12.1.1 and meets the following definition: a"Rain Day"is any day in which a weather event occurs at the site and is sufficient to prevent the CONTRACTOR from performing units of Work critical to maintaining the project schedule during the entire day. ARTICLE 13-TESTS AND INSPECTIONS; AND CORRECTION OR REMOVAL OF DEFECTIVE WORK 13.1 Notice of Defects: Prompt notice of all defective Work of which the OWNER or E/A has actual knowledge will be given to the CONTRACTOR. All defective Work may be rejected or corrected as provided for in Article 13. 13.2 Access to Work: The OWNER, E/A, E/A's Consultants, other representatives and personnel of the OWNER, independent testing laboratories and governmental agencies having jurisdiction will have unrestricted physical access to the Work site for observing, inspecting and testing. The CONTRACTOR shall provide them proper and safe conditions for such access, and advise them of the CONTRACTOR'S site safety procedures and programs so that they may comply therewith as applicable. 13.3 Tests and Inspections: 13.3.1 The CONTRACTOR shall give timely notice of readiness of the Work for all required inspections, tests or approvals, and shall cooperate with inspection and testing personnel to facilitate required inspections or tests. 13.3.2 The OWNER shall employ and pay for services of an independent testing laboratory to perform all inspections, tests or approvals required by the Contract Documents except: .1 for inspections, tests or approvals covered by paragraph 13.3.3 below; .2 for reinspecting or retesting defective Work; and .3 as otherwise specifically provided in the Contract Documents. All testing laboratories shall be those selected by the OWNER. 00700 04-2020 Page 32 General Conditions 13.3.3 If law or regulations of any public body having jurisdiction require any Work(or part thereof)specifically to be inspected,�ested or approved by an employee or other representative of such public body, the CONTRACTOR shall assume full responsibility for arranging and obtaining such inspections, tests or approvals, pay all costs in connection threwith and furnish Owner's Representative the required certificates of inspection or approval. The CONTRACTR shall also be responsible for arranging and obtaining and shall pay all costs in connection with any inspections, tests or approvals required for the OWNER's and E/A's review of materials or equipment to be incorporated in the Work, or of materials, mix designs or equipment submitted for review prior to the CONTRACTOR's purchase thereof for incorporation in the Work. 13.4 Uncovering Work: 13.4.1 If any Work (or the work of others) that is to be inspected, tested or approved is covered by the CONTRACT R without concurrence of Owner's Representative, or if any Work is covered contrary to the written request of Ovner's Representative, it must, if requested by Owner's Representative, be uncovered and recovered at the CONT A CTOR's expense. 13.4.2 If Ow ier's Representative considers it necessary or advisable that covered Work be observed, inspected or tested, the CONTRACTOR shall uncover, expose or otherwise make available for observation, inspection or testing that p•rtion of the Work in question, furnishing all necessary labor, material and equipment. If it is found that such Wor is defective,the CONTRACTOR shall pay all claims, costs, losses and damages caused by, arising out of or res Iting from such uncovering, exposure, observation, inspection and testing and of satisfactory replacement •r reconstruction (including but not limited to all costs of repair or replacement of work of others); and the OWNERhall be entitled to an appropriate decrease in the Contract Amount, and may make a Claim therefor as provided in Article 11. If, however, such Work is not found to be defective,the CONTRACTOR shall be allowed an increase i the Contract Amount or an extension of the Contract Times (or Milestones), or both, directly attributable to such uncovering, exposure, observation, inspection, testing, replacement and reconstruction; and the CONTRAS TOR may make a Claim therefor as provided in Article 11 and Article 12. 13.5 OWN R May Stop the Work: 13.5.1 If the ork is defective, or the CONTRACTOR fails to supply sufficient skilled workers or suitable materials or equipment, or fails to furnish or perform the Work in such a way that the completed Work will conform to the Contract Doc ments, the OWNER may order the CONTRACTOR to stop the Work, or any portion thereof, until the cause for suc order has been eliminated; however, this right of the OWNER to stop the Work shall not give rise to any duty on th- part of the OWNER to exercise this right for the benefit of the CONTRACTOR or any surety or other party. 13.5.2 If the ONTRACTOR fails to correct defective Work or submit a satisfactory plan to take corrective action, with procedur- and time schedule, the OWNER may order the CONTRACTOR to stop the Work, or any portion thereof, until •:use for such order has been eliminated,or take any other action permitted by this Contract. A notice to stop the W,rk, based on defects, shall not stop calendar or working days charged to the Project. 00700 OA-2020 Page 33 General Conditions 13.6 Correction or Removal of Defective Work: If required by the OWNER,the CONTRACTOR shall promptly,as directed,either correct all defective Work,whether or not fabricated, installed or completed, or, if the Work has been rejected by Owner's Representative, remove it from the site and replace it with Work that is not defective.The CONTRACTOR shall correct or remove and replace defective Work, or submit a plan of action detailing how the deficiency will be corrected, within the time frame identified in the notice of defective Work. The CONTRACTOR shall pay all claims, costs, losses and damages caused by or resulting from such correction or removal(including but not limited to all costs of repair or replacement of work of others), including but not limited to all consultant, engineering, expert and attorney's fees incurred by the OWNER as a result of such defective work or as necessary for OWNER to investigate such defective Work and/or to determine the appropriate means or methods to address or correct such defective Work. The OWNER shall have the right, in OWNER's sole discretion, to have the E/A or other consultant specify the means and methods that will be followed to correct or address any defective Work. If the OWNER specifies a means or method by which the defective Work will be addressed or corrected, the CONTRACTOR shall perform the specified work necessary to address or correct the defective Work at CONTRACTOR's sole cost and expense. 13.7 Warranty period: 13.7.1 If, at any time after the date of Substantial Completion or such longer period of time as may be prescribed by laws or regulations or by the terms of any applicable special guarantee required by the Contract Documents or by any specific provision of the Contract Documents, any Work is found to be defective, the CONTRACTOR shall promptly,without cost to the OWNER and in accordance with the OWNER's written instructions: (i) correct such defective Work, or, if it has been rejected by the OWNER, remove it from the site and replace it with Work that is not defective, and (ii) satisfactorily correct or remove and replace any damage to other Work or the work of others resulting therefrom. If the CONTRACTOR does not promptly comply with the terms of such instructions, or in an emergency where delay would cause serious risk of loss or damage, the OWNER may have the defective Work corrected or the rejected Work removed and replaced, and all claims, costs, losses and damages caused by or resulting from such removal and replacement (including but not limited to all costs of repair or replacement of work of others and all consultant, expert and attorney's fees incurred by OWNER)will be paid by the CONTRACTOR. 13.7.2 In special circumstances where a particular item of equipment is placed in continuous service before Substantial Completion of all the Work, the warranty period for that item may start to run from an earlier date if so provided in the Contract Documents and agreed to by OWNER. 13.8 OWNER May Correct Defective Work: If the CONTRACTOR fails within a reasonable time after Written Notice of the OWNER to correct defective Work, or to remove and replace rejected Work, or if the CONTRACTOR fails to perform the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents, or if the CONTRACTOR fails to comply with any other provision of the Contract Documents, the OWNER may, after seven (7) calendar days' Written Notice to the CONTRACTOR, correct and remedy any such deficiency. If, in the opinion of Owner's Representative, significant progress has not been made during this seven(7)calendar day period to correct the deficiency,the OWNER may exercise any actions necessary to remedy the deficiency. In exercising the rights and remedies under this paragraph,the OWNER shall proceed expeditiously. In connection with such corrective and remedial action, the OWNER may exclude the CONTRACTOR from all or part of the site, take possession of all or part of the Work, and suspend the CONTRACTOR's services related thereto, and incorporate in the Work all materials and equipment stored at the site or for which the OWNER has paid the CONTRACTOR but which are stored elsewhere. The CONTRACTOR shall allow the OWNER, its agents and employees,the OWNER's other contractors,E/A and EtA's consultants access to the site to enable the OWNER to exercise the rights and remedies under this paragraph. All claims, costs, losses and damages incurred or sustained by the OWNER in exercising such rights and remedies will be charged against the CONTRACTOR and a Change Order will be issued incorporating the necessary revisions in the Contract Documents with respect to the 00700 04-2020 Page 34 General Conditions Work. Such •laims, costs, losses and damages will include but not be limited to all costs of repair or replacement of work of othrs destroyed or damaged by correction, removal or replacement of the CONTRACTOR'S defective Work and any and all consultant,expert and attorneys fees incurred by OWNER as a result of OWNER's correction of defective ORK. The CONTRACTOR shall not be allowed an extension of the Contract Times(or Milestones), or claims of •amage because of any delay in the performance of the Work attributable to the exercise by the OWNER of th OWNER's rights and remedies hereunder. 13.9 ACC:PTANCE OF DEFECTIVE WORK If, instead of equiring correction or removal and replacement of defective Work, OWNER prefers to accept it, OWNER may do so. CONTRACTOR shall pay all claims, costs, losses, and damages attributable to OWNER's evaluation of ..nd determination to accept such defective Work, including but not limited to any expert, engineering or other cons Itant's fees incurred by the OWNER to investigate such defective Work and/or to determine the appropriate eans or methods and work necessary to allow OWNER to accept the defective Work and CONTRACTS R shall pay for all work required to be performed to allow OWNER to accept the defective Work and any estimate costs, expenses and damages OWNER may sustain in the future as a result of accepting the defective Wor , including any diminution in value of the Project as a result of accepting the defective Work. If any such accepta ce occurs prior to final payment, the necessary revisions in the Contract Documents with respect to the Work shall be incorporated in a Change Order. If the parties are unable to agree as to the decrease in the Contract Price, then OWNER may impose a reasonable set-off against payments due under the Contract Documents. If the acceptance of defective Work occurs after final payment, CONTRACTOR shall pay to OWNER the above described costs, expenses and damages incurred by OWNER as a result of OWNER's acceptance of defective Work. ARTICLE 14 4 PAYMENTS TO CONTRACTOR AND COMPLETION 14.1 Application for Progress Payment: 14.1.1 Not more than once per month, the CONTRACTOR shall submit to Owner's Representative for review an Application for Payment, in a form acceptable to the OWNER,filled out and signed by the CONTRACTOR covering the Work completed as of the date of the Application and accompanied by such supporting documentation as is required by the Contract Documents or as required by OWNER. 14.1.2 Such applications shall not include requests for payment on account of changes in the Work which have been properly authorized by Change Directives but not yet included in Change Orders. 14.1.3 Such pplications shall not include requests for payment of amounts the CONTRACTOR does not intend to pay to a Su contractor or Supplier because of a dispute or other reason. 14.1.4 Ow er will not pay for materials or equipment not incorporated in the Work but delivered and suitably stored at the ite or at another location. Payment will be made by Owner only for Work completed in accordance with the Contr ct Documents. 14.1.5 Where the original Contract Amount is less than$400,000,the OWNER will pay to the CONTRACTOR the total amount of approved Application for Payment, less ten percent(10%)of the amount thereof,which ten percent (10%)will be retained until final payment, less all previous payments and less all sums that may be retained by the OWNER under the terms of this Agreement. Where the original Contract Amount is$400,000 or more,the OWNER will pay to the CONTRACTOR the total amount of approved Application for Payment, less five percent(5%)of the amount thereof, which five percent(5%)will be retained until final payment, less all previous payments and less all sums that ma be retained by the OWNER under the terms of this Agreement. In either case, if the Work is near completion an. delay occurs due to no fault or neglect of the CONTRACTOR, the OWNER may pay a portion of the retained a l ount to the CONTRACTOR. The CONTRACTOR, at the OWNER's option, may be relieved of the obligation to •omplete the Work and, thereupon, the CONTRACTOR shall receive payment of the balance due under the Con ract subject to the conditions stated under paragraph 15.2. 00700 O -2020 Page 35 General Conditions 14.1.E Applications for Payment shall include the following documentation: .1 updated progress schedule; .2 monthly subcontractor report; and .3 any other documentation required under the Supplemental General Conditions. 14.2 CONTRACTOR's Warranty of Title: The CONTRACTOR warrants and guarantees that title to all Work, materials and equipment covered by any Application for Payment,whether incorporated in the Project or not,will pass to the OWNER not later than the time of payment to the CONTRACTOR free and clear of all liens. 14.3 Review of Applications for Progress Payment: 14.3.1 Owner's Representative will,within seven (7)calendar days after receipt of each Application for Payment, either indicate a recommendation for payment and forward the Application for processing by the OWNER,or return the Application to the CONTRACTOR indicating Owner's Representative's reasons for refusing to recommend payment. In the latter case,the CONTRACTOR may make the necessary corrections and resubmit the Application. 14.3.2 Owner's Representative's recommendation of any payment requested in an Application for Payment will constitute a representation by Owner's Representative, based upon Owner's Representative's on-site observations of the executed Work and on Owner's Representative's review of the Application for Payment and the accompanying data and schedules,that to the best of Owner's Representative's knowledge, information and belief: .1 the Work has progressed to the point indicated; and .2 the quality of the Work is in accordance with the Contract Documents (subject to an evaluation of the Work as a functioning whole prior to or upon Substantial Completion, to the results of any subsequent tests called for in the Contract Documents, to a final determination of quantities and classifications for unit price Work, and to any other qualifications stated in the recommendation). 14.3.3 By recommending any such payment, Owner's Representative will not thereby be deemed to have represented that: .1 inspections have been made to check the quality or the quantity of the Work or that the Work has been performed in accordance with the Contract Documents; .2 examination has been made to ascertain how or for what purpose the CONTRACTOR has used money previously paid on account of the Contract Amount; .3 the CONTRACTOR's construction means, methods, techniques, sequences or procedures have been reviewed; or .4 that there may not be other matters or issues between the parties that might entitle the CONTRACTOR to be paid additionally by the OWNER or entitle the OWNER to withhold payment to the CONTRACTOR. 14.4 Decisions to Withhold Payment: 14.4.1 The OWNER may withhold or nullify the whole or part of any payment to such extent as may be necessary on account of: .1 defective Work not remedied; 00700 04-2020 Page 36 General Conditions .2 reasonable evidence that the Work cannot be completed for the unpaid balance of the Contract mount; .3 amage to the OWNER or another contractor; .4 reasonable evidence that the Work will not be completed within the Contract Time,and that the unpaid balance would not be adequate to cover actual or liquidated damages for the anticipated delay; .5 f=ilure of the CONTRACTOR to submit a schedule of values in accordance with the Contract li ocuments; .6 f:ilure of the CONTRACTOR to submit a submittal schedule in accordance with the Contract ii ocuments; .7 f:ilure of the CONTRACTOR to submit or update construction schedules in accordance with the I ontract Documents; .8 f:ilure of the CONTRACTOR to maintain a record of changes on drawings and documents; .9 f=ilure of the CONTRACTOR to maintain weekly payroll reports; .10 f:ilure of the CONTRACTOR to submit monthly subcontractor reports; .11 t e CONTRACTOR's neglect or unsatisfactory prosecution of the Work, including failure to clean up; •r .12 f:ilure of the CONTRACTOR to comply with any provision of the Contract Documents. i .13 WNER's disagreement with the recommendation of the Owner's Representative, provided the WNER has provided a Written Notice to the CONTRACTOR specifying the reasons why OWNER oes not agree with such recommendation. 14.4.2 When the above reasons for withholding payment are removed, the CONTRACTOR shall resubmit a statement for the value of Work performed. Payment will be made within thirty (30) calendar days of receipt of approved Application for Payment. 14.5 Delayed Payments: Should the OWNER fail to make payment to the CONTRACTOR of a sum named in any Application for Payment with which OWNER agrees and has approved for payment within thirty (30) calendar days after the day on which the OWNER received the mutually acceptable Application for Payment, then the OWNER will pay to the CONTRACTOR, in addition to the sum shown as due by such Application for Payment, interest thereon at the rate of one percent (1%) per month from date due until fully paid, which shall fully liquidate any injury to the CONTRACTOR growing out of such delay in payment. 14.6 Arrears: No money sh.11 be paid by the OWNER upon any claim, debt, demand or account whatsoever,to any person,firm or corporation who is in arrears to the OWNER; and the OWNER shall be entitled to counterclaim and offset against any such deb , claim, demand or account so in arrears and no assignment or transfer of such debt, claim, demand or account, s all affect the right of the OWNER to so offset said amounts, and associated penalties and interest if applicable, ag:inst the same. 00700 O -2O2O Page 37 General Conditions 14.7 Substantial Completion: 14.7.1 If a Certificate of Occupancy is required by public authorities having jurisdiction over the Work, said certificate shall be issued before the Work or any portion thereof is considered substantially complete. When the CONTRACTOR considers that the Work, or a portion thereof which the OWNER agrees to accept separately, is substantially complete, the CONTRACTOR shall notify Owner's Representative and request a determination as to whether the Work or designated portion thereof is substantially complete. If Owner's Representative does not consider the Work substantially complete, Owner's Representative will notify the CONTRACTOR giving reasons therefor. Failure on the OWNER's part to list a reason does not alter the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR to complete all Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. After satisfactorily completing items identified by Owner's Representative, the CONTRACTOR shall then submit another request for Owner's Representative to determine substantial completion. If Owner's Representative considers the Work substantially complete, Owner's Representative will prepare and deliver a certificate of Substantial Completion which shall establish the date of Substantial Completion, shall include a punch list of items to be completed or corrected before final payment, shall establish the time within which the CONTRACTOR shall finish the punch list, and shall establish responsibilities of the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR for security, maintenance, heat, utilities, damage to the Work, warranty and insurance. Failure to include an item on the punch list does not alter the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR to complete all Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. The certificate of Substantial Completion shall be signed by the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR to evidence acceptance of the responsibilities assigned to them in such certificate. 14.7.2 The OWNER shall have the right to exclude the CONTRACTOR from the Work after the date of Substantial Completion, but the OWNER will allow the CONTRACTOR reasonable access to complete or correct items on the punch list. 14.8 Partial Utilization: The OWNER, at the OWNER's sole option, shall have the right to take possession of and use any completed or partially completed portion of the Work regardless of the time for completing the entire Work. The OWNER's exercise of such use and possession shall not be construed to mean that the OWNER acknowledges that any part of the Work so possessed and used is substantially complete or that it is accepted by OWNER, and the OWNER's exercise of such use and possession shall not relieve the CONTRACTOR of its responsibility to complete all Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. 14.9 Final Inspection: Upon Written Notice from the CONTRACTOR that the entire Work or an agreed portion thereof is complete,Owner's Representative will make a final inspection with the CONTRACTOR and provide Written Notice of all particulars in which this inspection reveals that the Work is incomplete or defective. The CONTRACTOR shall immediately take such measures as are necessary to complete such Work or remedy such deficiencies. 14.10 Final Application for Payment: The CONTRACTOR may make application for final payment following the procedure for progress payments after the CONTRACTOR has completed all such corrections to the satisfaction of Owner's Representative and delivered the following documents: .1 Three (3) complete operating and maintenance manuals, each containing maintenance and operating instructions, schedules, guarantees, and other documentation required by the Contract Documents; .2 Record documents(as provided in paragraph 6.10); .3 Consent of surety, if any, to final payment. If surety is not provided, complete and legally effective releases or waivers (satisfactory to the OWNER) of all claims arising out of or filed in connection with the Work; 00700 04-2020 Page 38 General Conditions .4 C-rtificate evidencing that insurance required by the Supplemental General Conditions will remain in f•irce after final payment and through any warranty period; .5 Nm -Use of Asbestos Affidavit(After Construction); and .6 A y other documentation called for in the Contract Documents. 14.11 Final Payment and Acceptance: 14.11.1 If, o the basis of observation of the Work during construction, final inspection, and review of the final Application f•ir Payment and accompanying documentation as required by the Contract Documents, Owner's Representati - is satisfied that the Work has been completed and the CONTRACTOR's other obligations under the Contract Doc ments have been fulfilled, Owner's Representative will recommend the final Application for Payment and thereby n•tify the OWNER. If the OWNER agrees with the recommendation of the Owner's Representative, the OWNER ill pay to the CONTRACTOR the balance due the CONTRACTOR under the terms of the Contract. 14.11.2 As C•ntract Time is measured to Final Completion, Owner's Representative will issue a letter of final acceptance ti the CONTRACTOR which establishes the Final Completion date and initiates any warranty period. 14.11.3 Final payment is considered to have taken place when the CONTRACTOR or any of its representatives negotiates th OWNER's final payment check, whether labeled final or not, for cash or deposits check in any financial instit tion for its monetary return. 14.12 Waiv r of Claims: The making a d acceptance of final payment will constitute: .1 a waiver of claims by the OWNER against the CONTRACTOR, except claims arising from unsettled ci:ims, from defective Work appearing after final inspection, from failure to comply with the Contract D•cuments or the terms of any warranty specified therein, or from the CONTRACTOR's continuing o•ligations under the Contract Documents; and .2 a aiver of all claims by the CONTRACTOR against the OWNER other than those previously made in w iting and still unsettled. ARTICLE 15-SUSPENSION OF WORK AND TERMINATION 15.1 OWNR May Suspend Work Without Cause and for Convenience: At any time arjd without cause and for convenience, the OWNER may suspend the Work or any portion thereof for a period of not more than ninety(90)calendar days by written agreement or by Written Notice to the CONTRACTOR which will fix the date on which the Work will be resumed. The CONTRACTOR shall resume the Work on the date so fixed. The CONTRACTOR may be allowed an adjustment in the Contract Amount or an extension of the Contract Times,or both,directly attributable to any such suspension if the CONTRACTOR makes an approved Claim therefor as provided in Article 11 and Article 12. 15.2 OWN R May Terminate Without Cause: Upon seven ( ) calendar days'Written Notice to the CONTRACTOR, the OWNER may,without cause and without prejudice to ny right or remedy of the OWNER, elect to terminate the Agreement. In such case, the CONTRACT R shall be paid (without duplication of any items): .1 fo completed and acceptable Work executed in accordance with the Contract Documents prior to the e ective date of termination; 00700 04-2020 Page 39 General Conditions .2 for all claims incurred in settlement of terminated contracts with Suppliers, Subcontractors, and others. The CONTRACTOR agrees to negotiate in good faith with Subcontractors, Suppliers and others to mitigate the OWNER's cost CONTRACTOR shall include in any subcontract or purchase order language that provides that if the Agreement is terminated without cause, the Subcontractor and Suppliers will only be paid for work performed or materials and equipment supplied and shall not have any other claims against CONTRACTOR or OWNER; CONTRACTOR shall not be paid for any profit or overhead for Work not completed. 15.3 OWNER May Terminate With Cause: 15.3.1 Upon the occurrence of any one or more of the following events: .1 if the CONTRACTOR persistently fails to perform the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents; .2 if the CONTRACTOR disregards laws or regulations of any public body having jurisdiction; .3 if the CONTRACTOR disregards the authority of Owner's Representative; .4 if the CONTRACTOR makes fraudulent statements; .5 if the CONTRACTOR fails to maintain a work force adequate to accomplish the Work within the Contract Time; .6 if the CONTRACTOR fails to make adequate progress and endangers successful completion of the Contract; or .7 if the CONTRACTOR otherwise violates any provisions of the Contract Documents; The OWNER may, after giving the CONTRACTOR (and the surety, if any)seven (7) calendar days'Written Notice terminate the services of the CONTRACTOR. The OWNER,at its option, may proceed with negotiation with surety for completion of the Work. Alternatively,the OWNER may under these circumstances exclude the CONTRACTOR from the site and take possession of the Work (without liability to the CONTRACTOR for trespass or conversion), incorporate in the Work all materials and equipment stored at the site or for which the OWNER has paid the CONTRACTOR but which are stored elsewhere, and finish the Work as the OWNER may deem expedient. In such case the CONTRACTOR shall not be entitled to receive any further payment until the Work is finished. If the unpaid balance of the Contract Amount exceeds all claims, costs, losses and damages sustained by the OWNER arising out of or resulting from completing the Work, such excess will be paid to the CONTRACTOR. If such claims,costs, losses and damage exceed such unpaid balance, the CONTRACTOR or surety shall pay the difference to the OWNER. 15.3.2 Where the CONTRACTOR's services have been so terminated by the OWNER, the termination will not affect any rights or remedies of the OWNER against the CONTRACTOR and surety then existing or which may thereafter accrue. Any retention or payment of amounts due the CONTRACTOR by the OWNER will not release the CONTRACTOR from liability. In the event the OWNER terminates the Contract with cause, the OWNER may reject any and all bids submitted by the CONTRACTOR for up to three(3)years. 00700 04-2020 Page 40 General Conditions 15.4 CON i RACTOR May Stop Work or Terminate: If through no-ct or fault of the CONTRACTOR,the Work is suspended for a period of more than ninety(90)calendar days by the 0 WNER or under an order of court or other public authority, or (except during disputes) Owner's Representativ- fails to forward for processing any mutually acceptable Application for Payment within thirty (30) calendar days after it is submitted, or(except during disputes)the OWNER fails for sixty(60)calendar days after it is submitted o pay the CONTRACTOR any sum finally determined by the OWNER to be due, then the CONTRACT•R may, upon seven(7)calendar days'Written Notice to the OWNER,and provided the OWNER does not remedy s ch suspension or failure within that time, terminate the Agreement and recover from the OWNER payment on ti e same terms as provided in paragraph 15.2. In lieu of terminating the Agreement and without prejudice to a y other right or remedy, if(except during disputes) Owner's Representative has failed to forward for processing an, mutually acceptable Application for Payment within thirty(30)calendar days after it is submitted, or (except dunn! disputes) the OWNER has failed for sixty (60) calendar days after it is submitted to pay the CONTRACTO R any sum finally determined by the OWNER to be due, the CONTRACTOR may upon seven (7) calendar day.' Written Notice to the OWNER stop the Work until payment of all such amounts due the CONTRACTSR, including interest thereon. The provisions of this paragraph 15.4 are not intended to preclude the CONTRACT•R from making a Claim under Article 11 and Article 12 for an increase in Contract Amount or Contract Times or othe ise for expenses or damage directly attributable to the CONTRACTOR's stopping Work as permitted by this paragr..ph. ARTICLE 16- DISPUTE RESOLUTION 16.1 Filing of Claims: 16.1.1 Claims arising from the circumstances identified in paragraphs 3.2, 4.1, 4.2.2, 4.2.4, 6.4.2, 6.11.5.2, 6.17, 7.5, 8.6,9.5, 10.4.2, 13.8, 15.1, 15.2, 15.3,or 15.4, or other occurrences or events, shall be made by Written Notice delivered by the party making the Claim to the other party within thirty (30) calendar days after the start of the occurrence or event giving rise to the Claim and stating the general nature of the Claim. Notice of the amount of the Claim with supporting data shall be delivered within thirty (30) calendar days after Written Notice of Claim is delivered by claimant and shall represent that the adjustment claimed covers all known amounts to which claimant is entitled. 16.1.2 Within thirty(30)calendar days of receipt of notice of the amount of the Claim with supporting data,Owner's Representative and the CONTRACTOR shall meet to discuss the Claim, after which an offer of settlement or notification of no settlement offer will be made to claimant. If claimant is not satisfied with the proposal presented, claimant shall have thirty(30)calendar days in which to: .1 submit additional supporting data requested by the other party; .2 modify the initial Claim; or .3 reuest Alternative Dispute Resolution. 16.2 Alteative Dispute Resolution: 16.2.1 If a dispute exists concerning a Claim, the parties agree to use the following procedure prior to pursuing any other available remedies. The OWNER reserves the right to include E/A as a party. 16.2.2 Negotiating with Previously Uninvolved Personnel: Either party may make a written request for a meeting to be held between representatives of each party within fourteen (14) calendar days of the request or such later period that the parties may agree to. Each party shall endeavor to include, at a minimum, one (1) previously uninvolved senior level decision maker empowered to negotiate on behalf of their organization. The purpose of this and subsequent meetings will be good faith negotiations of the matters constituting the dispute. Negotiations shall be concluded within thirty(30)calendar days of the first meeting, unless mutually agreed otherwise. This step may 00700 04-2020 Page 41 General Conditions be waived by written agreement of both parties, in which event the parties may proceed directly to mediation as described below. 16.2.3 Mediation: 16.2.3.1 If the procedure described in paragraph 16.2.2 proves unsuccessful or is waived pursuant to its terms, the parties shall initiate the mediation process. The parties agree to select within thirty (30)calendar days one(1) mediator trained in mediation skills, to assist with resolution of the dispute. The OWNER and the CONTRACTOR agree to act in good faith in the selection of the mediator and to give consideration to qualified individuals nominated to act as mediator. Nothing in this agreement prevents the parties from relying on the skills of a person who also is trained in the subject matter of the dispute and/or a contract interpretation expert. 16.2.3.2 Mediation is a forum in which an impartial person, the mediator, facilitates communication between parties to promote reconciliation, settlement, or understanding among them. The parties hereby agree that mediation, at a minimum, shall provide for 1)conducting an on-site investigation, if appropriate, by the mediator for fact-gathering purposes, 2) a meeting of all parties for the exchange of points of view and 3) separate meetings between the mediator and each party to the dispute for the formulation of resolution alternatives. The parties agree to participate in mediation in good faith for up to thirty(30)calendar days from the date of the first mediation session, unless mutually agreed otherwise. Should the parties fail to reach a resolution of the dispute through mediation, then each party is released to pursue other remedies available to them. ARTICLE 17-RIGHT TO AUDIT 17.1 Right to Audit: Whenever the OWNER enters into any type of contractual arrangement with the CONTRACTOR, then the CONTRACTOR's "records" shall upon reasonable notice be open to inspection and subject to audit and/or reproduction during normal business working hours. The OWNER's representative, or an outside representative engaged by the OWNER, may perform such audits. The CONTRACTOR shall maintain all records relating to this Agreement for four (4) years from the date of final payment under this Agreement, or until pending litigation has been completely and fully resolved,whichever occurs later. 17.1.1 The OWNER shall have the exclusive right to examine the records of the CONTRACTOR. The term "records"as referred to herein shall include any and all information, materials and data of every kind and character, including without limitation records, books, papers, documents, contracts, schedules, commitments, arrangements, notes, daily diaries, reports, drawings, receipts, vouchers and memoranda, and any and all other agreements, sources of information and matters that may, in the OWNER's judgment, have any bearing on or pertain to any matters, rights, duties or obligations under or covered by any contract document. Such records shall include(hard copy, as well as computer-readable data if it can be made available),written policies and procedures, time sheets, payroll registers, cancelled checks, personnel file data, correspondence, general ledger entries, and any other record in the CONTRACTOR's possession which may have a bearing on matters of interest to the OWNER in connection with the CONTRACTOR's dealings with the OWNER(all of the foregoing are hereinafter referred to as "records"). In addition,the CONTRACTOR shall permit interviews of employees as well as agents, representatives, vendors, subcontractors and other third parties paid by the CONTRACTOR to the extent necessary to adequately permit evaluation and verification of the following: a) The CONTRACTOR'S compliance with contract requirements; b) The CONTRACTOR's compliance with the OWNER'S business ethics policies; and c) If necessary, the extent of the Work performed by the CONTRACTOR at the time of contract termination. 17.1.2 The CONTRACTOR shall require all payees(examples of payees include subcontractors, insurance agents, material suppliers, etc.) to comply with the provisions of this Article 17 by securing the requirements hereof in a 00700 04-2020 Page 42 General Conditions written agreement between the CONTRACTOR and payee. Such requirements include a flow-down right of audit provision in contracts with payees that also apply to subcontractors and sub-subcontractors,material suppliers,etc. The CONTRPCTOR shall cooperate fully and shall require Related Parties and all of the CONTRACTOR's subcontractor to cooperate fully in furnishing or in making available to the OWNER from time to time whenever requested, in n expeditious manner, any and all such information, materials, and data. 17.1.3 The O\4VNER's authorized representative or designee shall have reasonable access to the CONTRACTOR's facilities, shal be allowed to interview all current or former employees to discuss matters pertinent to the performance f this Agreement, and shall be provided adequate and appropriate work space in order to conduct audits in corn liance with this Article 17. 17.1.4 If an a dit inspection or examination in accordance with this Article 17 discloses overpricing or overcharges of any nature by the CONTRACTOR to the OWNER in excess of one-half of one percent(.5%)of the total contract billings, then the reasonable actual cost of the OWNER's audit shall be reimbursed to the OWNER by the CONTRACT R. Any adjustments and/or payments,which must be made as a result of any such audit or inspection of the CONTRACTOR's invoices and/or records, shall be made within a reasonable amount of time(not to exceed 90 days)from presentation of the OWNER's findings to the CONTRACTOR. 17.1.5 The CONTRACTOR shall take reasonable actions to prevent any actions or conditions which could result in a conflict with the OWNER's best interests. These obligations shall apply to the activities of the CONTRACTOR's employees, agents, subcontractors, etc. in their dealings and relations with the OWNER's current and former employees and their relatives. For example,the CONTRACTOR's employees,agents or subcontractors should not make or pro ide to be made any employment, gifts, extravagant entertainment, payments, loans or other consideration to the OWNER's representatives, employees or their relatives. 17.1.E It is al o understood and agreed by the CONTRACTOR that any solicitation of gifts or any other item of value by anyo e representing the OWNER is to be reported within two (2) business working days to the OWNER at the followin telephone number: 512-218-5401. Failure to report any such solicitations or offers shall be deemed a material bre ch of contract entitling the OWNER to pursue damages resulting from the failure to comply with this provision. ARTICLE 18—MISCELLANEOUS 18.1 Venue: In the event of any suit at law or in equity involving the Contract, venue shall be in Williamson County, Texas and the laws of the state of Texas shall apply to Contract interpretation and enforcement. 18.2 Extent of Agreement: This Contract represents the entire and integrated agreement between the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR and supersedes alb prior negotiations, representations or agreements, either written or oral. 18.3 Cumulative Remedies: The rights and remedies available to the parties are not to be construed in any way as a limitation of any rights and remedies available to any or all of them which are otherwise imposed or available by laws or regulations,by special warranty or giarantees or by other provisions of the Contract Documents, and the provisions of this paragraph will be as effective as if repeated specifically in the Contract Documents in connection with each particular duty, obligation, right and remedy to which they apply. 00700 04-2020 Page 43 General Conditions 18.4 Severability: If any word, phrase, clause, sentence or provision of the Contract, or the application of same to any person or set of circumstances is for any reason held to be unconstitutional, invalid or unenforceable,that finding shall only effect such word, phrase, clause, sentence or provision, and such finding shall not effect the remaining portions of this Contract; this being the intent of the parties in entering into the Contract; and all provisions of the Contract are declared to be severable for this purpose. 18.5 Independent Contractor The Contract shall not be construed as creating an employer/employee relationship,a partnership,or a joint venture. The CONTRACTOR's services shall be those of an independent contractor. The CONTRACTOR agrees and understands that the Contract does not grant any rights or privileges established for employees of the OWNER. 18.6 Prohibition of Gratuities The OWNER may, by Written Notice to the CONTRACTOR, terminate the Contract without liability if is determined by the OWNER that gratuities were offered or given by the CONTRACTOR or any agent or representative of the CONTRACTOR to any officer or employee of the OWNER with a view toward securing the Contract or securing favorable treatment with respect to the awarding or amending or the making of any determinations with respect to the performing of such Contract. In the event the Contract is terminated by the OWNER pursuant to this provision, the OWNER shall be entitled, in addition to any other rights and remedies,to recover or withhold the amount of the cost incurred by the CONTRACTOR in providing such gratuities. 18.7 Prohibition Against Personal Interest in Contracts No officer,employee, independent consultant,or elected official of the OWNER who is involved in the development, evaluation, or decision-making process of the performance of any solicitation shall have a financial interest, direct or indirect, in the Contract resulting from that solicitation. Any violation of this provision, with the knowledge, expressed or implied, of the CONTRACTOR shall render the Contract voidable by the OWNER. End of General Conditions 00700 04-2020 Page 44 General Conditions 00800 SUPPLEMENTAL GENERAL CONDITIONS City of Round Rock Contract Forms Supplemental General Conditions Section 00800 SUPPLEMENTAL GENERAL CONDITIONS TO AGREEMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION SERVICES The Supplemental General Conditions contained herein shall amend or supplement the General Conditions, Section 00700. ARTICLE 1 -DEFINITIONS 1.16 Engineer/Architect(E/A): Add the following: Name(Representative): Matthew Bushak, PE Firm: City of Round Rock, Texas Address: 3400 Sunrise Road City, State, Zip: Round Rock, TX 78665 Telephone: 512-341-3318 Facsimile: 512-218-5536 Email: mbushak( roundrocktexas.gov 1.27 Owner's Representative: Add the following: Name: Jose (JC') Monteloneo Il Title: Associate Engineer/Prof Manager Address: 3400 Sunrise Road City, State, Zip: Round Rock, TX 78665 Telephone: 512-218-7026 Facsimile: 512-218-5536 Email:jmonte1ongo( roundrocktexas.gov ARTICLE 6-CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES 6.18 Liquidated Damages Add the following: 1. CONTRACTOR SHALL PAY LIQUIDATED DAMAGES IN THE AMOUNT OF five-hundred AND NO/I 00 DOLLARS $500 PER DAY FOR EACH DAY BEYOND THE DATE ESTABLISHED THEREFOR THAT THE CONTRACTOR FAILS TO ACHIEVE SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION, AND FOR WHICH OWNER IS UNABLE TO UTILIZE THE IMPROVEMENTS AND FACILITIES DUE TO THE FAILURE OF CONTRACTOR TO HAVE ACHIEVED SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONTRACT. END OF SUPPLEMENTAL GENERAL CONDITIONS Page 1 00800 10-2015 Supplemental General Conditions 00090669 00900 SPECIAL CONDITIONS SECTION 01-INFORMATION 01-01 COPIES OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED The Agreement will be prepared in not less than two (2) (original signed) sets. The OWNER will furnish to the CONTRACTOR one (1) copy of conforming Contract Documents and Specifications unless otherwise requested. 01-02 GOVERNING CODES All construction as provided for under the Contract Documents shall be governed by any existing Resolutions, Codes and Ordinances,and any subsequent amendments or revisions thereto as set forth by the OWNER. 01-03 LOCATION The location of work shall be as set forth in the Notice to Bidders and as indicated in the Contract Documents. 01-04 USAGE OF WATER All water used during construction shall be provided by the OWNER and shall be metered. The OWNER shall specify the location from which the CONTRACTOR is to procure water.The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for obtaining a bulk water permit from the OWNER and providing all apparatus necessary for procuring,storing, transporting and using water during construction. The CONTRACTOR shall strive to use no more water than reasonable to perform the work associated with this Contract and shall avoid waste.The CONTRACTOR will be required to pay for all water used if it is found that waste is occurring during construction. SECTION 02-SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS 02-01 CROSSING UTILITIES Prior to commencing the Work associated with this Contract, it shall be the CONTRACTOR's responsibility to make arrangements with the owners of utility companies to uncover their particular utility lines or otherwise confirm their location. Certain utility companies perform such services at their own expense,however,where such is not the case, the CONTRACTOR will cause such work to be done at his own expense. 02-02 UTILITY SERVICES FOR CONSTRUCTION The CONTRACTOR will be responsible for providing its own utility services while performing the Work associated with this Contract. Provision of said utility services shall be subsidiary to the various bid items and no additional payment will be made for this item. 00900-4-2020 Page 1 Special Conditions 00443643 02-03 WAGE RATES Wage Rates(Information From Chapter 2258,Texas Government Code Title 10) 2288.021.Duty of Government Entity to Pay Prevailing Wage Rates a. The State or any political subdivision of the State shall pay a worker employed by it or on behalf of it: (1) not less than the general prevailing rate of per diem wages for work of a similar character in the locality in which the work is performed; and (2) not less than the general prevailing rate of per diem wages for legal holiday and overtime work. b. Subsection(a)does not apply to maintenance work. c. A worker is employed on a public work for the purposes of this section if a Contractor or Subcontractor in the execution of a contract for the public work with the State, a political subdivision of the State or any officer or public body of the State or a political subdivision of the State, employs the worker. 2258.023. Prevailing Wage Rates to be Paid by Contractor and Subcontractor; Penalty a. The contractor who is awarded a contract by a public body, or a Subcontractor of the Contractor, shall pay not less than the rates determined under Section 2258.022 to a worker employed by it in the execution of the contract. b. A Contractor or Subcontractor who violates this section shall pay to the state or a political subdivision of the state on whose behalf the contract is made, $60 for each worker employed for each calendar day or part of the day that the worker is paid less than the wage rates stipulated in the contract.A public body awarding a contract shall specify this penalty in the contract. c. A contractor or subcontractor does not violate this section if a public body awarding a contract does not determine the prevailing wage rates, and specify the rates in the contract as provided by Section 2258.022. d. The public body shall use any money collected under this section to offset the costs incurred in the administration of this chapter. e. A municipality is entitled to collect a penalty under this section only if the municipality has a population of more than 10,000. 00900-4-2020 Page 2 Special Conditions 00443643 2258.051. Duty of Public Body to Hear Complaints and Withhold Payment A public body awarding a contract, and an agent or officer of the public body, shall: 1. take cognizance of complaints of all violations of this chapter committed in the execution of the contract; and 2. withhold money forfeited or required to be withheld under this Chapter from the payments to the Contractor under the contract, except that the public body may not withhold money from other than the final payment without determination by the public body that there is good cause to believe that the Contractor has violated this chapter. Applicable wage rates to be used in Williamson and/or Travis County may be obtained from the U.S. Department of Labor website at the following web addresses: Construction Types: Heavy (Sewer/Water Treating Plant and Sewer/Incidental to Highway) http://www.wdol.gov/wdol/scafiles/davisbacon/TX3 3.dvb?v=0 Construction Types: Heavy and Highway http://www.wdol.gov/wdol/scafiles/davisbacon/TX 16.dvb?v=0 Construction Type: Building http://www.wdol.gov/wdol/scafiles/davisbacon/TX76.dvb?v=1 02-04 LIMIT OF FINANCIAL RESOURCES The OWNER has a limited amount of financial resources committed to this Project; therefore, it shall be understood by all bidders that the OWNER may be required to change and/or delete any items which it may feel is necessary to accomplish all or part of the scope of work within its limit of financial resources. CONTRACTOR shall be entitled to no claim for damages or anticipated profits on any portion of work that may be omitted. At any time during the duration of this contract, the OWNER reserves the right to omit any work from this contract. Unit prices for all items previously approved in this contract shall be used to delete or add work per change order. 02-05 LIMITS OF WORK AND PAYMENT It shall be the obligation of the CONTRACTOR to complete all work included in this Contract, so authorized by the OWNER, as described in the contract documents and technical specifications. All items of work not specifically paid for in the bid proposal shall be included in the unit price bids. Any question arising as to the limits of work shall be left up to the interpretation of the E/A. 00900-4-2020 Page 3 Special Conditions 00443643 02-06 LAND FOR WORK OWNER provides, as indicated on Drawings, land upon which work is to be done, right-of-way for access to same and such other lands that are designated for the use of the CONTRACTOR.CONTRACTOR provides,at his expense and without liability of OWNER, any additional land and access thereto that may be required for his construction operations,temporary construction facilities, or for storage of materials. 02-07 DEVIATIONS OCCASIONED BY UTILITY STRUCTURES Whenever existing utilities, not indicated on the Drawings, present obstructions to grade and alignment of proposed improvements immediately notify engineer, who without delay, will determine if existing utilities are to be relocated, or grade and alignment of proposed improvements changed. Where necessary to move existing utilities and appurtenances as determined by the E/A, the E/A and CONTRACTOR will make relocation arrangements with the utility owner. The OWNER will not be liable for delay costs or damages due to relocations of utilities which hinder progress of the work. 02-08 CONSTRUCTION STAKING All construction staking required to complete the work associated with this contract shall be provided by the CONTRACTOR. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for determining the layout and extent of staking necessary to construct the improvements to the lines and grades shown in the Drawings and such staking shall be satisfactory to the E/A. The CONTRACTOR shall consult with the E/A and Owners Representative in the field for assistance as necessary. Sufficient staking materials and equipment shall be provided by the CONTRACTOR including but not limited to:paint, flagging, laths,hubs,blue tops,nails,hammers,measuring chains or tapes,transits and levels. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for setting and marking control and off-set points for measuring distances and angles,for shooting levels,and for any other items pertaining to construction staking. This item shall not be paid for separately and shall be considered subsidiary to other bid items. 00900-4-2020 Page 4 Special Conditions 00443643 SECTION 03-ACCESS AND TRAFFIC CONTROL Access shall be provided for the public and emergency vehicles at all possible times. When it becomes necessary to restrict access, the CONTRACTOR shall notify the OWNER and coordinate with the OWNER, all applicable agencies (i.e. Fire Department, E.M.S., Public Works,etc.),residents,and affected parties. If emergency access is required during the work and such access is being hindered by the work,the CONTRACTOR will suspend the work if necessary, and otherwise endeavor to assist emergency personnel in accessing a location restricted by the work. Unless otherwise approved by the E/A, at the end of each day all lanes of traffic shall be opened to the public. The CONTRACTOR shall ensure compliance at all times with the accepted Traffic Control Plan for the project and shall be responsible for all maintenance, signing and safety precautions necessary for traffic control. These items shall be included in the bid item Traffic Control. 00900-4-2020 Page 5 Special Conditions 00443643 01000 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ITEM 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION 1.01 SCOPE OF WORK The Work covered by these Specifications consists of furnishing all labor, equipment, appliances, materials and performing all operations in connection with the inspection and testing, complete in accordance with the Plans, and subject to the terms and conditions of the Contract Documents. 1.02 GOVERNING TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS STREET, WATER, SEWER AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS The Round Rock Standard Specification Criteria Manual is hereby referred to and included in this contract as fully and to the same extent as if copied at length herein, and shall be applied to this project unless modified elsewhere as discussed below. The aforementioned Criteria Manual is the"Standard Specifications" section of the City of Round Rock Design and Construction Standards. The Standard Specifications may be accessed from the City of Round Rock website (www.roundrocktexas.gov) at the following web address: www.roundrocktexas.gov/dacs. Any adjustments,alterations,or additional information regarding Governing Technical Specifications are contained in the Plans (Drawings), Details and Notes described in Section 02000 of the Project Manual or are included in Attachment A at the end of this Technical Specifications Section. ITEM 2 CONTROL OF WORK 2.01 CLEAN-UP 2.01.1 CONSTRUCTION SITE During construction, the CONTRACTOR shall keep the site free and clean from all rubbish and debris and shall clean-up the site promptly when notified to do so by the E/A. The CONTRACTOR shall,at its own expense,maintain the streets and roads free from dust, mud, excess earth or debris which constitutes a nuisance or danger to the public using the thoroughfare, or the occupants of adjacent properties. Care shall be taken to prevent spillage on streets and roads over which hauling is done, and any such spillage or debris deposited on streets, due to the CONTRACTOR's operations, shall be immediately removed. Page 1 01000-4-2020 Technical Specifications 00443645 2.01.2 BACKWORK The CONTRACTOR shall coordinate his operations in such a manner as to prevent the amount of clean-up and completion of back works from becoming excessive. Should such a condition exist,the E/A may order all or portions of the work to cease and refuse to allow any work to commence until the back work is done to the E/A's satisfaction. 2.02 GRADING The CONTRACTOR shall do such grading in and adjacent to the construction area associated with this contract as may be necessary to leave such areas in a neat and satisfactory condition approved by the E/A. ITEM 3 EXAMINATION AND REVIEW 3.01 EXAMINATION OF WORK The work covered under this Contract shall be examined and reviewed by the E/A, representatives of all governmental entities which have jurisdiction, and the Owner's Representative. The quality of material and the quality of installation of the improvements shall be to the satisfaction of the E/A. It shall be the CONTRACTOR's responsibility for the construction methods and safety precautions in the undertaking of this Contract. 3.02 NOTIFICATION The E/A and the OWNER must be notified a minimum of 24-hours in advance of beginning construction,testing, or requiring presence of the E/A,Owner's or Owner's Representative. 3.03 CONSTRUCTION STAKING The E/A shall furnish the CONTRACTOR reference points and benchmarks that, in the E/A's opinion, provide sufficient information for the CONTRACTOR to perform construction staking. 3.04 PROTECTION OF STAKES, MARKS,ETC. All engineering and surveyor's stakes, marks, property comers, etc., shall be carefully preserved by the CONTRACTOR, and in case of destruction or removal during the course of this project, such stakes, marks, property comers, etc., shall be replaced by the CONTRACTOR at the CONTRACTOR's sole expense. Page 2 01000-4-2020 Technical Specifications 00443645 ITEM 4 PROTECTION AND PRECAUTION 4.01 WORK IN FREEZING WEATHER Portions of the work may continue as directed by the E/A. 4.02 PROTECTION OF TREES, PLANTS AND SHRUBS The CONTRACTOR shall take necessary precautions to preserve all existing trees, plants and shrubs but where it is justifiable and necessary the CONTRACTOR may remove trees and plants for construction right-of-way but only with approval of the E/A. 4.03 TRAFFIC CONTROL MEASURES AND BARRICADES Traffic control measures and barricades shall be installed in accordance with the Texas Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices and in other locations deemed necessary by the E/A, for the protection life and property. Under no circumstances will any existing road be permitted to remain closed over a weekend. No separate pay will be made for this item. Costs for this item shall be subsidiary to other items of work. 4.04 PROPERTY LINES AND MONUMENTS The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for the protection,reference and resetting of property comer monuments if disturbed. 4.05 DISPOSAL OF SURPLUS MATERIAL The CONTRACTOR shall at his own expense, make arrangement for the disposal of surplus material, such as rock, trees, brush and other unwanted backfill materials. 4.06 CONTRACTOR'S USE OF PREMISES The Contractor shall,at his own expense,provide additional space as necessary for his operations and storage of materials. ITEM 5 MATERIALS 5.01 TRADE NAMES Except as specified otherwise, wherever in the specifications an article or class of material is designated by a trade name or by the name or catalog number of any maker, patentee,manufacturer,or dealer,such designations shall be taken as intending to mean and specify the articles described or another equal thereto in quality, finish, and serviceability for the purpose intended, as may be determined and judged by the E/A in his sole discretion. 5.02 MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP No material which has been used by the CONTRACTOR for any temporary purpose whatever is to be incorporated in the permanent structure without the written consent of the E/A. Where materials or equipment are specified by a trade or brand name, it is not the intention of the OWNER to discriminate against an equal product of another Page 3 01000-4-2020 Technical Specifications 00443645 manufacturer, but rather to set a definite standard of quality for performance, and to establish an equal basis for the evaluation of bids. Where the words "equivalent", "proper"or"equal to" are used,they shall be understood to mean that the item referred to shall be "proper",the "equivalent" of, or "equal to" some other item, in the opinion or judgment of the E/A. Unless otherwise specified, all materials shall be the best of their respective kinds and shall be in all cases fully equal to approved samples. Notwithstanding that the words "or equal to" or other such expressions may be used in the specifications in connection with a material, manufactured article or process, the material, article or process specifically designated shall be used, unless a substitute is approved in writing by the E/A, and the E/A will have the right to require the use of such specifically designated material, article or process. Page 4 01000-4-2020 Technical Specifications 00443645 02000 PLANS, DETAILS AND NOTES 2021 Street Maintenance Program (SMP) Arterials - Hesters Crossing Rd, Jeffrey Way, Paloma Dr, Mays St, Old Settlers Blvd, Forest Creek Dr Section 02000 - Plans, Details and Notes Index 1. general Notes (4 pages (notes 1 through 19)) 2. Project Specific Notes (12 pages(notes 1 through 14); SP340 Dense-Graded Hot-Mix Asphalt (QCrQA)) 3. Maps (7 pages) 4. Quantity List (7 pages) 5. Erosion Control Details {6 Pages) a. EC-l 0: Silt Fence b. EC-11: Triangular Sediment Filter Dike c. EC-12: Rock Berm d. EC-14: Curb Inlet Protection e. EC-16: Area Inlet Protection f. EC-17: Erosion Control Log 6. Street Standard Details (14 Pages) a. ST-01: Sidewalk b. S-03: Concrete Driveway(Commercial or Multi-Family) c. S-04: Laydown and Ribbon Curb d. S-05: Spill and Catch Curb e. WW-0I: Precast Concrete Wastewater Manhole(for adjustment) f. P ED-18: Pedestrian Facilities (4 sheets) g. PM (1)-12 thru PM (3)-12: Pavement Markings (3 sheets) h. RCD(l)-16 and RCD(2)-16: Railroad Crossing Details (2 sheets) 7. Traffic Control Standards (28 pages) a. BC (1)-14 thru BC (12)-14 (12 sheets) b. 2011 Texas MUTCD tables 6H-2 through 6H-4, and Typical Applications 13, 15 and 28 with accompanying notes(8 sheets) c. TCP (2-1)-12 thru (2-4)-12(4 sheets) d. WZ(TD)-13, WZ(STPM)-l 3, WZ(UL)-13, and WZ(RCD)-13 (4 sheets) Issued for construction with the following: The General and Specific Projects Notes, listed above and included herein have been prepared by me and are applicable to this project.The Details and Traffic Control Standards listed above and included herein have been selected by me and are applicable to this project. otote%‘‘‘tif I 2/, 6/ "to-. t i .. `' % • .* 1 ........... .......... TTH EW BU S!AK. e..•-• NIA . .,..� Matthew B . shak, P.E. Date .�' 1480 :�� ‘,40cQtjA GENERAL NOTES This Page is too large to OCR GENERAL NOTES 1. All construction shall be in accordance with the City of Round Rock Standard Specification Criteria Manual (the "governing technical specifications") with modifications included within this Section 02000 "Plans, Details and Notes". References to the governing technical specifications are shown as "(Item No. XXX)". The governing technical specifications may be accessed at the web address: https://www.roundrocktexas.gov/departments/transportation/dacs/ 2. If blasting is planned by the Contractor, blasting licensing and permitting must be secured from the City of Round Rock prior to commencement of blasting. Blasting will not be permitted within 15 feet of any existing utility lines or structures without prior written consent of the Engineer. 3. Any existing utilities, pavement, curbs, sidewalks, structures, trees, etc., not intended to be removed or repaired under the contract and damaged by the Contractor, shall be repaired or replaced by the Contractor to the satisfaction of the Engineer at the Contractor's sole expense. 4. The Contractor shall verify all depths and locations of existing utilities prior to any construction. Any conflict between existing utilities and the work proposed in the contract shall be brought to the attention of the Engineer. No separate measurement or payment shall be made for existing utilities verification and this work shall be subsidiary to the various bid items in the contract. 5. Manhole frames. covers, valves. cleanouts, etc. shall be raised to finished grade prior to final paving construction. 6. All unpaved areas disturbed or damaged during prosecution of the Work shall be restored and re-vegetated as soon as practicable upon completion of activities causing the disturbance or damage. Restoration and re-vegetation of all disturbed or damaged areas shall consist of dressing the areas with proper topsoil (Item No. 601) as necessary and installing solid block sod (Item No. 602) to appropriate lines and grades that preclude ponding of water and uneven terrain. The species of sod shall match the generally prevailing species in the vicinity of the area being restored; however the Contractor shall consult with the abutting lot(s) owner(s) and the Engineer to determine the species of sod to be installed before ordering or placement. Finished restored and re-vegetated areas shall be subject to the approval of the Engineer prior to final acceptance. Unless the Engineer determines that through no fault of the contractor the limits of restoration and re-vegetation must exceed three feet (3') in width abutting curb and gutter repair/construction areas or two feet (2') in width abutting sidewalk repair/construction areas, no separate measurement or payment shall be made for restoration and re-vegetation and this work shall be subsidiary to the various bid items in the contract. 7. Prior to any construction, the Contractor shall convene a preconstruction conference between the City of Round Rock, himself, the Engineer, other utility companies, any affected parties and any other entity the City or Engineer may require. 8. The contractor shall keep accurate records of all construction that deviates from the plans. The Contractor shall furnish the City of Round Rock accurate "As-Built" drawings and/or data following completion of all construction. These "As-Built" drawings and/or data shall meet with the satisfaction of the Engineer prior to final acceptance. No separate measurement or payment shall be made for this item and this item shall be subsidiary to the various bid items in the contract. 9. Trash and debris generated by the Contractor shall be removed from private property, rights-of-way, and easements by the Contractor. Clean up shall be to the satisfaction of the Engineer prior to final acceptance. When construction is being carried out within easements, the Contractor shall confine his work to within the permanent and any temporary easements. 10. After each of the following operations: performance of pavement milling; pavement or other repairs; and, asphalt overlays, the Contractor shall sweep all surfaces with a vacuum broom to remove fines and other residual waste material generated by the construction. As approved by the Engineer and where inaccessible for a vacuum broom, the Contractor shall use other appropriate means to adequately remove fines and residual waste. The Contractor shall also clean construction areas when directed by the Engineer. All property, whether public or private shall be cleaned to the satisfaction of the Engineer. No separate measurement or payment shall be made for this work and this work shall be subsidiary to the various bid items in the contract. 11. The general limits and streets that are the subject of the Work of this contract are shown on the project map(s) (the "maps") at the end of this section. 12. Approximate data utilized to develop most of the repair quantities shown in the Bid Form are indicated on the pages of Repair Lists at the end of this section. However, the Contractor is alerted to the fact that the Repair List is only intended to provide general scope and scale, and the actual quantities to be furnished under the contract or areas to be repaired shall be as determined by existing conditions and/or determined and/or laid out by the Engineer. Some of the quantities in the Bid Form may be in excess of the Repair List quantities in anticipation of variances that can typically occur in a street maintenance project. Actual quantities may differ from the quantities shown in the Repair List or Bid Form, may be increased or decreased, or, additional areas may be identified for repair as determined by the Engineer. Actual quantities provided by the Contractor shall be paid for at the unit price shown in the Bid Form for each item unless other provisions in the contract apply. 13. The Contractor is alerted to the fact that portions of the Work will be in and around school areas, critical street and driveway intersections, state highways and heavily traveled roads. Coordination with the Owner will be required, and coordination with a sclool district, state department of transportation, or other agencies may be required to prevent traffic problems and unsafe conditions for the public. Working times within the aforementioned areas may need to be adjusted by the Owner to correspond to the needs of the City, school district, and State so as not to disrupt traffic associated with rush hours. This item will not be measured or paid for separately and shall be subsidiary to the various bid items in the contract. 14. Prior to performing pavement repairs or other work that could damage or affect traffic loops, the Contractor shall coordinate the work with the Owner in order that the Owner may schedule Owner's personnel to repair/replace traffic loops prior to or promptly after the Contractor performs the work as determined by the Owner. This item will not be measured or paid for separately and shall be subsidiary to the various bid items in the contract. At his sole expense, the Contractor shall be responsible for repairing or replacing a traffic loop that is damaged due to work performed if the work has not been coordinated with the Owner. 15. All excavation associated with the various bid items is unclassified and without regard to material encountered. No extra compensation shall be provided for encountering material that adversely impacts excavation. 16. Unless otherwise approved by the Engineer, all open excavations in excess of two inches (2") in depth shall be filled at the end of each day. In all cases, it is the Contractor's responsibility to provide proper warning devices, barricades, etc. for the protection of pedestrians and traffic in the area of excavations, regardless of depth, until the excavation is completely filled. Subject to the approval of the Engineer, where an excavation to be left open overnight creates a drop-off in excess of two inches (2") abutting the roadway or within three feet (3') of the roadway, CW- 8-9a "Shoulder Drop Off' or CW 8-1 1 "Uneven Lane" signs, as appropriate, and vertical panel delineators shall be provided for the excavated area; where an excavation to be left open overnight creates a drop-off in excess of one-inch (1") but less than two inches (2") abutting the roadway or within three feet (3') of the roadway, CW-8-9a "Shoulder Drop Off' or CW 8-11 "Uneven Lane" signs, as appropriate, shall be provided for the excavated area. No extra compensation shall be provided for this item and it shall be subsidiary to the bid item in the contract for "Traffic Control". 17. When a sidewalk must be blocked due to replacement or other work, the Contractor shall provide sufficient advanced warning signs and detour signs to direct pedestrians around the blockage. The signs and detour shall be subject to the approval of the Engineer prior to blocking of a sidewalk. Where possible, alternatively the Contractor may provide a temporary sidewalk around a sidewalk blockage subject to the approval of the Engineer prior to blocking the sidewalk. No extra compensation shall be provided for this item and it shall be subsidiary to the various bid items in the contract. 18. Where a bid item is measured by the ton of HMAC placed, the Contractor shall provide documentation (i.e. daily run tickets) to the Owner to verify tonnage of HMAC placed in conjunction with any application for payment for such bid item. No extra compensation shall be made for providing this documentation and it shall be subsidiary to the various bid items in the contract. 19. The Contractor is alerted to the fact that the City of Round Rock operates a Texas Pollution Discharge Elimination System (TPDES) (Phase II) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) as permitted by the State of Texas. Under the MS4 permit, the City is responsible for controlling discharge of pollutants to its storm water conveyances. The Contractor shall perform the Work under the contract is such a manner that will minimize the potential for pollutants to be discharged to storm drains, inlets, channels or other MS4 conveyances. For the Work included in this Contract, minimizing the potential discharge of pollutants to MS4 conveyances will most likely be achieved by installation of inlet protection and by regular clean- up of surfaces as opposed to extensive placement/construction of physical control measures. The Contractor shall be responsible for determining and implementing meaures necessary to protect the MS4, for adhering to applicable State and City regu ations regarding the MS4, and for corrective measures related to violations of regu ations regarding the MS4. All surfaces where portions of the Work are being pen .rmed shall be cleaned of loose material and debris at the end of each day, or in ad' ance of an imminent rainfall event. Tack or prime coats shall not be applied whe a rainfall event is imminent and shall be covered as soon as practicable. The Cont.actor shall install Erosion Control Log Inlet Protection at curb or other inlets that :re in the vicinity of or could receive runoff from a portion of the work being perf.rmed. The Contractor shall be prepared to provide other necessary measures to pr•tect the MS4 from pollutants during performance of the Work. Any long term (mor- than a day) spoils or materials storage areas and, Contractor staging sites, shall be protected with physical erosion/sedimentation, filter, or other appropriate cont ols. Hazardous materials shall be kept in proper containment. All measures impl:mented shall be subject to the approval of the Engineer and the Contractor shall provide additional measures immediately upon direction by the Engineer. The Cont actor shall immediately report to the City any spills of hazardous materials or pollu ants and shall forthwith provide remediation of any such spill to protect the MS4, even if suspension of the Work is required. No separate jayinglitabajle mad- for this item and hi item shall be su•sidia to the various bid items SPECIFIC PROJECT NOTES SPECIFIC PROJECT NOTES 1. The bid Item "Type D HMAC Surface Course" shall consist of placing a Type D HMAC (Item No. 340) final surface course upon a roadway after any applicable pavement or other repairs have been completed, applicable milling and crack sealing has been performed, and utility castings have been adjusted. Unless otherwise determined or directed by the Engineer, the nominal thickness of the overlay will be as shown in the plans. The Contractor is alerted to the fact that the actual thickness of HMAC placed may vary due to milling performed or surface deviations within existing roadways. It is the intent of this item to provide an overlay that is placed by a spreading and finishing machine in a single lift that, when complete, provides for a smooth vehicular ride. The Contractor shall utilize skis or other method acceptable to the Engineer with the spreading and finishing machine to ensure the overlay will remove minor surface deviations and provide a smooth and uniform surface. All obvious irregularities, low spots, high spots, or areas that exhibit a rough vehicular ride in the overlay shall be corrected as approved by the Engineer at the Contractor's sole expense. This item will be measured by the ton of HMAC placed and will be paid for at the unit price shown in the Bid Form for the item. The unit price shall include full compensation for: necessary sweeping of the roadway prior to overlay placement; removal of traffic buttons, vegetation, or other items (if present); placement of tack or prime coats; overlay placement; clean-up; and all other labor, materials, equipment, and incidentals necessary to provide a finished and proper HMAC overlay. 2 The bid item "Pavement Repair" shall consist of saw cutting the existing pavement, excavating (Item No. 111)the existing pavement and subsurface material to a depth of twelve inches (12"), compacting the remaining base or subgrade (Item No. 201), installing multiple lifts of Type A or Type B HMAC (Item No. 340) base course. Prior to placement of the base course, the Contractor shall proof roll (Item No. 236S)the excavated area and the Contractor and the Engineer shall examine the excavated area for suitability/soundness. As determined by the Contractor and/or as directed by the Engineer, any soft/unstable areas shall be further excavated until development of a firm, stable subgrade and replaced by increasing the thickness of the base course. The finished surface of the repaired area and the repaired area/existing surface interface shall exhibit a smooth vehicular ride. This item shall be measured by the ton of HMAC placed and shall be paid for at the unit price shown in the Bid Form for the item. The unit price shall include full compensation for: all saw-cutting; excavation (regardless of depth or material encountered); removal and disposal of excavated materials; proof rolling; subgrade compaction; tack and/or prime coats; placement of HMAC; clean-up; and all other labor, materials, equipment, and incidentals necessary to perform the work. If the Contractor chooses to use RAP/RAS in the Type A or B HMAC (base courses) associated with the items discussed in Specific Project Note 2 above, or when reference to said notes is made herein, the governing technical specifications for the Type A or B HMAC shall be amended by the specifications attached immediately behind these "SPECIFIC PROJECT NOTES" titled "SP340 Dense-Graded Hot-Mix Asphalt (QC/QA)" pages 1 through 6. The Contractor shall be responsible for ensuring that HMAC pro ided and placed is not a comingled mixture of HMAC material of two or more Job Mix Formulae (JMF). Furthermore, unless approved by the City,the Con Tractor shall not alternate between two or more JMF during base course pay ment placement on a roadway repair,and the Contractor shall place base cou .e HMAC consisting of only one Job Mix Formula (JMF) for the limits of a I.. •dway. The Contractor shall provide the City with documents that des cribe both the limits and the JMF corresponding to the HMAC placed in conj nction with the performance of the items on each of the various road ays that are the subject of the Work contained in the Contract at no addi ional cost to the City. All other requirements and provisions listed in Spe.ific Project Note 2 above shall apply if the Contractor chooses to use RAP RAS in the Type A or B HMAC he provides. a The •id item "Edge Milling (15' wide)" shall be in accordance with the governing tech ical specifications (Item No. 315). Edge milling shall be performed on areas sho n in the plans. The edge milling will be approximately 2" depth at the lip of gutbr transitioning to the existing surface in fifteen feet (15'). The Contractor shall cons It with the Engineer prior to milling to verify the correct mill depths and to othe ise coordinate the milling in an effort to achieve a subsequent overlay that will se as best as practicable. Any residual loose milling material left on surfaces after milling shall be cleaned up by the Contractor as soon as practicable following milling. Edge milling shall be measured by the square yard of surface milled (regardless of depth) and shall be paid for at the unit price shown in the Bid Form for the item. 4. The bid item "Surface Milling" shall be in accordance with the governing technical specifications (Item No. 315). The surface milling depth is as shown in the plans and shall match the overlay depth called out in the plans. The Owner requires surface milling of all cul-de-sacs or other miscellaneous areas to the depth and limits determined by the Engineer. Surface milling may also be required at intersections as discussed in item 5 below. The Contractor shall consult with the Engineer prior to milling to verify the correct mill depths and to otherwise coordinate the milling to achieve a subsequent overlay that will be as best as practicable. Any residual loose milling material left on surfaces after milling shall be cleaned up by the Contractor as soon as practicable following milling. Surface milling shall be measured by the square yard of surface milled (regardless of depth) and shall be paid for at the unit price shown in the Bid Form for the item. 5 Unless otherwise approved or directed by the Engineer, where a street being overlaid longitudinally intersects another street or Portland cement concrete pavement or valley gutter, the pavement on the street being overlaid shall be removed and replaced from the intersection to a point fifteen feet (15') from the intersection. The depth of removal shall be two inches (2") at the intersection transitioning to the existing pavement surface fifteen feet (15') from the interjection. The Contractor shall provide any saw cutting of the pavement necessary to protect abutting pavement to remain at no additional cost to the Owner. The replacement pavement shall be measured and paid for under the item "Type D HMAC Surface Course" regardless of the depth. Where two or more streets at a street intersection are being recycled/overlaid, the limits of pavement removal as discussed above shall be determined by the Engineer in consultation with the Contractor. The Owner may elect to replace the pavement on all "legs" of a street intersection even if one or more of the streets at the intersection is not scheduled for overlay in this project. Furthermore, the Owner may elect to replace the pavement on asphalt driveways that intersect a street being overlaid. When the Owner elects to remove and replace the pavement on an asphalt-surfaced driveway that intersects a street being overlaid and the driveway pavement directly abuts asphalt pavement of the street, the removal and replacement of the driveway pavement shall be in accordance with this section, except that the driveway pavement shall be removed and replaced from the intersection to a point ten feet (10') from the intersection at a depth of two inches (2") for the entire ten feet (10') unless otherwise directed or approved by the Engineer. The Contractor shall exercise care in removing and replacing pavement at intersections to ensure that the finished intersections will drain properly. 6 The bid items "Manhole Adjustment" and "Valve Can Adjustment" shall consist of installing a cast iron adjustment ring for existing manholes and valves within any paved area that will require a height adjustment to bring the manhole or valve to the appropriate finished grade prior to placement of final paving. The adjustment rings shall be as manufactured by East Jordan Iron Works or approved equal. The Contractor shall be responsible for determining the appropriate size adjustment ring, determining whether or not a sloping ring is required, and selecting a ring that is compatible with a given manhole or valve. Adjustment rings shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations and upon installation, adjustment rings shall fit snugly to the respective ring being adjusted and, upon placement of the cover, shall not loosen or cause improper rocking of the cover when subjected to vehicular traffic. This item will be measured by each manhole or valve adjustment ring installed and shall be paid for at the unit price shown in the Bid Form for the respective item. The unit price shall include full compensation for: cleaning the existing manhole or valve ring and cover as necessary to determine the appropriate ring required; providing and installing each ring; clean up; and all other labor, materials, equipment, and incidentals necessary to perform the work. If any wastewater cleanout castings require adjustment, such adjustment shall be similar to that for valve cans and shall be paid for per each under the bid item "Valve Can Adjustment". 7. The bid item "Remove and Replace Concrete Curb and Gutter" shall consist of saw cutting the existing curb and gutter at both ends of the repair section for the full depth of the curb and gutter and, if the pavement area abutting the lip of gutter is not being repaired, between the lip of gutter and the abutting pavement to a depth of approximately ten inches (10"), removing the existing curb and gutter (Item No. 104), excavating (Item No. 111) a minimum width of three-and-a-half feet(3.5') (the area from the lip of gutter to a minimum of eighteen inches (18") behind the back of curb) to a depth of four inches (4") below the bottom of the curb and gutter, compacting the subgrade (Item No. 201), installing a minimum of four inches (4") of Type A or Type B HMAC (Item No. 340) base course, and reconstruction of the curb and gutter (Item No. 430). Similar to the discussion in notes 2 and 3 above, the excavated area shall be examined for soundness and additional excavation and HMAC depth shall be provided as necessary for a satisfactorily supporting subgrade prior to placement of the new curb and gutter. Where an existing depression requires elevation of the subgrade, the elevation shall be achieved by increasing the thickness of the HMAC. The Contractor shall determine the gutter flowline elevations that exist at both ends of the repair section and at other locations as necessary to verify that the new gutter flowline will slope at no less than 0.4% from one end of the repair section to the other, without resulting in any area from which wat r will not drain. The Contractor shall verify with the Engineer that the repair secti n will slope/drain as specified prior to replacement of the curb and gutter. If the ontractor determines that the new curb and gutter will not slope/drain as spe ified, the Contractor shall notify the Engineer to obtain direction prior to plac ment. Any curb and gutter placed without the approval of the Engineer that doe not slope/drain as specified shall not be accepted or paid for by the Owner and shall be removed and replaced at the sole expense of the Contractor. The new curb and utter shall be doweled into the existing curb and gutter at both ends of the repair section and two #4 reinforcing bars shall be provided in the gutter, one at three inches from the back of curb and one at six inches from the lip of gutter, and both three inches from the bottom of the curb and gutter. Tooled construction joints shall be provided where the new curb and gutter meets the existing curb and gutter. If an existing expansion joint is removed, an expansion joint shall be constructed between the new curb and gutter and the existing curb and gutter at one end of the repair section, and a tooled construction joint provided at the other end of the repair section. Additional expansion joints and tooled joints shall be provided in accordance with the governing technical specifications as appropriate. A detail showing curb and gutter specifics is copied at the end of this Section under"Details". This item shall be measured by the linear foot of concrete curb and gutter placed and shall be paid for at the unit price shown in the Bid Form for the item. The unit price shall include full compensation for: all saw-cutting; excavation (regardless of material encountered); removal and disposal of excavated materials; subgrade compaction; determining elevations for slope/drainage verification; HMAC installation; reinforcement and curb and gutter installation; expansion and control joints; restoration and re-vegetation of disturbed unpaved areas; clean-up; and all other labor, materials, equipment, and incidentals necessary to perform the work. If additional excavation to provide a satisfactorily supporting subgrade or, correction of a depression requires the installation of an HMAC base course in excess of five inches (5"), payment for the base course in excess of five inches (5") (including any requ$red excavation) shall be made under the bid item "Pavement Repair" as desribed herein, but only for the minimum width of excavation of 3.5' and provided that¶he Contractor has informed the Engineer prior to the installation. 8 The id item "Remove and Replace Reinforced Concrete Driveway" shall consist of removing the existing driveway (Item No. 104), adjusting and compacting the subgrade to conform to the appropriate grade, installing a 2" sand cushion, and installing five inch (5") thick concrete driveway (Item No. 433) in the repair area. Curbs, gutters, and between the repair area and the driveway to remain shall be saw cut as necessary. If curb and gutter (or just gutter across the driveway) is included in the repair, the curb and gutter (or just gutter) shall be constructed in accordance with the specifications for "Remove and Replace Concrete Curb and Gutter" as provided for herein. However, the gutter and driveway shall be poured monolithically. Expansion joints shall be replaced (or provided if none exist) at the right-of-way line (generally ten feet behind the face of curb). If applicable, control joints shall be provided where the new driveway meets the existing driveway to remain. Reinforcing shall consist of#3 bars @ max. 18" in both directions with a nominal cover of 2". Welded wire fabric shall not to be used. A detail showing driveway specifics is copied at the end of this Section under"Details".This item shall be measured by the square foot of concrete driveway placed and shall be paid for at the unit price shown in the Bid Form for the item. The unit price shall include full compensation for: all saw-cutting; excavation (regardless of material encountered); removal and disposal of excavated materials; adjustment and compaction of subgrade; sand cushion, installation of reinforcement and driveway; expansion and control joints; restoration and re-vegetation of disturbed unpaved areas; clean-up; and all other labor, materials, equipment, and incidentals necessary to perform the work. If curb and gutter (or just gutter across the driveway) is included in the repair area, the curb and gutter (or just gutter) will be measured and paid for in accordance with the item "Remove and Replace Concrete Curb and Gutter" as provided for herein. 9 The bid item "Remove and Replace Reinforced Concrete Sidewalk" shall consist of saw cutting the existing sidewalk at both ends of the repair section and removing the existing sidewalk (Item No. 104), adjusting and compacting the subgrade to conform to the appropriate grade, installing a two inch (2") sand cushion, and installing four inch (4") thick concrete sidewalk in the repair area (Item No. 432S). The new sidewalk shall be doweled into the existing sidewalk and control joints shall be provided at both ends of the repair section. However, if an existing expansion joint is removed, an expansion joint shall be provided at one end of the repaired section. Additional expansion joints and control joints shall be provided in accordance with the governing technical specifications as appropriate. Reinforcing shall consist of#3 bars @ max. 18" on center in both directions with nominal cover of 1.5". Fibrous concrete without steel shall not be used. A detail showing sidewalk specifics is copied at the end of this Section under "Details". This item shall be measured by the square foot of concrete sidewalk placed and shall be paid for at the unit price shown in the Bid Form for the item. The unit price shall include full compensation for: all saw-cutting; excavation (regardless of material encountered); removal and disposal of excavated materials; adjustment and compaction of subgrade; sand cushion; installation of reinforcement; sidewalk installation; expansion and control joints; restoration and re-vegetation of disturbed unpaved areas; clean-up; and all other labor, materials, equipment, and incidentals necessary to perform the work. IG The bid item "Reinforced Concrete Sidewalk Ramp" shall consist of either removing and reconstructing an existing ramp or installing a new ramp in a location at which a ramp does not exist. The new ramp installed shall comply with the Texas Accessibility Standards and shall: have a running slope of no greater than 8.33%; have a cross (transverse) slope of no greater than 2%; and shall have a light reflective value and texture that significantly contrasts with that of adjoining surfaces. Red concrete paving units with truncated domes shall be provided in an inset fashion to meet the texture and light reflective requirements. Ramps constructed with this project shall generally be Type 1 in accordance with TxDOT Standard PED-1 2 "Pedestrian Facilities" sheets 1 and 2 of 4 copied at the end of this section under "Details". The limits of payment for the ramps shown on TxDOT Standard PED-1 2 shall be adjusted for this project. The limits for Type 1 ramps shall exclude the "landing" shown, except saw cutting of existing curbs as necessary for the installation of any ramp (Item No. 470) shall be included with each ramp installed. This item shall be measured by each ramp constructed and shall be paid for at the unit price shown in the Bid Form for the item. The unit price shall include full compensation for: all saw-cutting; excavation (regardless of material enc•untered); removal and disposal of excavated materials; adjustment and compaction of subgrade; sand cushion; installation of reinforcement; ramp, flares (with Type 1 ramps), and paving units installation; restoration and re-vegetation of disturbed unpaved areas; clean-up; and all other labor, materials, equipment, and incidentals necessary to perform the work. If any sidewalk outside the limits of payment for a ramp is required to be removed and replaced or otherwise constructed, such sidewalk removal and replacement or construction shall be performed, measured and paid for under the bid item "Remove and Replace Reinforced Concrete Sidewalk" as provided for herein. 11. The bid item"Remove and Replace Reinforced Concrete Valley Gutter"shall consist of removing the existing valley gutter (Item No. 104), excavating (Item No. 111) the area to a minimum depth of four inches (4") below the valley gutter, adjusting and compacting the subgrade (Item No. 201) to conform to the proper grade, installing four inches (4") of Type A or B HMAC (Item No. 340) base course, and installing a six inch (6") thick concrete valley gutter in the repair area(Item No. 436). Reinforcing shall consist of #3 bars @ max. 18" on center in both directions with nominal 2-1/2" cover. As necessary, the existing valley gutter shall be saw-cut prior to removal of the area to be repaired. Similar to the requirements for "Pavement Repair" herein, upon completion of initial excavation, any soft/unstable areas shall be further excavated until development of a firm, stable subgrade and replaced by incrasing the thickness of the base course. The new valley gutter shall be doweled into the existing valley gutter and tooled control joints shall be provided at such locations. If an existing expansion joint is removed, a new expansion joint shall be provided at the corresponding location unless otherwise directed by the Engineer. If curb and gutter is included in the repair, the curb and gutter shall be constructed in accordance with the specifications for "Remove and Replace Concrete Curb and Gutter" as provided for herein. However, the curb and gutter and valley gutter shall be poured monolithically. The requirements associated with determining elevations as provided herein for "Remove and Replace Concrete Curb and Gutter" shall apply to valley gutters and abutting curb and gutter being replaced. A detail showing valley gutter specifics is copied at the end of this Section under "Details". This item shall be measured by the square foot of concrete valley gutter placed and shall be paid for at the unit price shown in the Bid Form for the item. The unit price shall include full compensation for: all saw- cutting; excavation (regardless of material encountered); removal and disposal of excavated materials; determining elevations; adjustment, compaction, and proof rolling of subgrade; installation of HMAC base course; installation of reinforcement and valley gutter; expansion and control joints; clean-up; and all other labor, materials, equipment, and incidentals necessary to perform the work. If additional excavation to provide a satisfactorily supporting subgrade requires the installation of an HMAC base course in excess of five inches (5"), payment for the base course in excess of five inches (5") (including any required excavation) shall be made under the bid item "Pavement Repair" as described herein, provided that the Contractor has informed the Engineer prior to the installation. If curb and gutter is included in the repair area, the curb and gutter will be measured and paid for in accordance with the item "Remove and Replace Concrete Curb and Gutter" as provided for herein. 12 The bid item "Traffic Control" shall consist of implementing temporary traffic control in accordance with the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, 2011 Edition (MUTCD), and the temporary traffic control plans, notes and requirements contained herein, whichever is more restrictive, at all times during performance of the Work. The following temporary traffic control plans, notes and requirements are applicable to the Work, and are copied at the end of this Section under "Traffic Control Standards": Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Barricade and Construction Standards BC (1) - 14 through BC (12) — 14; TxDOT Traffic Control Plans TCP (2-1) — 18 through TCP (2-4) — 18, (the "TCP's"); and, MUTCD Table 6H-2 through 6H-4, and Figures 6H-13, 6H-15, 6H-28 and 6H-46 (Typical Applications 13, 15, and 28) with accompanying notes. The work being performed and the street on which the work is occurring will determine which TCP or Typical Application ("TA") will be implemented, subject to the approval of the Engineer. Subject to the review and approval of the Engineer, the Contractor at his sole expense may propose alternate temporary traffic control by submitting other TCP's or TA's, or by submitting temporary traffic control plans as sealed and signed by an engineer licensed in the State of Texas. The unimpeded travel way is defined herein as the width of roadway bounded by the face of curb, edge of pavement, dividing stripe, or channelizing devices that remains available for vehicular use upon implementation of temporary traffic control devices. Except when the width of the unimpeded travel way is reduced to certain thresholds or striped/dedicated travel lanes are impeded as discussed herein, generally TCP (2-Ic) or TA-15 shall be implemented as appropriate for the Work. On collector roadways, when implementation of TCP (2-1 c) would reduce the unimpeded travel way to less than twenty-eight feet (28') but at least twenty feet (20'), or otherwise reduce the unimpeded travel way on one side of the center dividing stripe to less than eight feet (8'), TCP (2-3a) shall be implemented in lieu of TCP (2-1 c). For all roadways, if implementation of TCP (2-1 c) would reduce the unimpeded travel way to less than twenty feet (20'), or when implementation of TA- 15 would reduce the unimpeded travel way to less than ten feet (10') on one side of the work area, then TCP (2-2b) shall be implemented. When striped/dedicated travel lanes on roadways are impeded, TCP (2-4a) or TCP (2-4b) shall be used in lieu of TCP (2- Ic) as appropriate. When less than ten feet (10') of unimpeded travel way would result on any roadway due to implementation of temporary traffic control, the roadway may be completely closed to through traffic in accordance with TA-13, but for no more than twenty (20) minutes during the daytime. If determined by the Engineer that the Contractor's prosecution of the Work requires a complete road closure to through traffic for more than twenty (20) minutes during the daytime, the Contractor shall request a road closure/detour plan from the Engineer no less than seven (7) days prior to needing the closure. The Contractor shall implement all traffic controls shown on the Engineer's road closure/detour plan at no additional cost to the Owner. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Con Tractor shall not completely close a roadway to through traffic unless the clos 'i re has been coordinated with the Owner. Flag- shall be attached to "Road Work Ahead" signs, and "End Road Work" signs shall be provided, regardless of the TCP, TA, or other traffic control plan impb:mented. Upward sloping arrow signs (ECWI-6a) denoted with a triangle on a TCP shall be required. Flag trees shown as optional on a TA shall be provided. Tern lorary stop lines and `Be Prepared to Stop" signs denoted with a triangle on a TCP shall not be required. Type III barricades shall be provided immediately prec; ding the work area when the option for a Type III barricade, channelizing devises, or shadow vehicle is shown on a TCP. The "Pass With Care" signs shall be e cluded when implementing TCP (2-3a). The "Form One Line Left (or Right)" sign shown on TCP (2-4a) and (2-4b) and the distance plaque shown below the Flag t er symbol sign on TA-46 may be provided at the Contractor's option. In a edition to the requirements discussed above, when milling or un-smoothed pave ent repair has occurred on a lane/street and the lane/street has been opened to tr.ffic, CW 20-1 D (48"x48") "Road Work Ahead" signs and CW 8-8 (48"x48") "Roug h Road" signs shall be appropriately installed and maintained until the lane/ treet has been overlaid or otherwise appropriately smoothed. As dicussed in General Note 17 above, the Contractor shall implement measures to provide for pedestrian traffic when prosecution of the Work blocks a pedestrian rout-, (sidewalk). Appropriate sidewalk detours/closures shall be provided as necesary, one possible scenario shown in TA 28. Whe center line pavement markings on roadways have been eliminated by pros:cution of the Work, CW 20-1 D (48"x48") "Road Work Ahead" signs and CW 8- 12 (48"x48") "No Center Stripe" signs shall be appropriately installed and main ained until permanent pavement markings have been completed. Alter atively, short term pavement markings in accordance with TxDOT standard WZ ( TMP) — 03, shall be appropriately installed and maintained until permanent pave ent markings have been completed. Short term pavement markings shall be remq ed and replaced as appropriate for the phasing of construction and shall be com•letely absent upon completion of the Work. This id item shall be measured by each month (or portion thereof)that traffic control devises or measures are properly in place or use, if required to be in place or use, and hall be paid for at the unit price shown in the Bid Form for the item. The unit price shall include full compensation for furnishing, installing and maintaining traffic contr I signs, barricades, and delineators; furnishing and maintaining vehicles; furni hing, placing and removing short term pavement markings, and repeating as appr priate; furnishing and using safety apparel; flagmen; removal of traffic control devi s upon completion of construction; clean up; and, all other labor, materials, equi ment, and incidentals necessary to perform the work. la The id item "Thermoplastic Pavement Marking (Reflectorized)" shall be Type 1 in acco dance with the governing technical specifications (Item Nos. 861 and 871), and TxDot Standards PM (1)-12, PM (2)-12, PM (3)-12, RCD (1)-16 and RCD (2)- 16, contained in the "Traffic Control Standards". Edge lines will only be included along uncurbed portions of roadways. Generally, centerlines, broken lane lines (skips), and edge lines will consist of four-inch ( 4") wide lines; dedicated lane lines will consist of eight-inch (8") wide lines; crosswalks will consist of twelve-inch (12") wide transverse lines (without any longitudinal lines or cross-hatch lines); and stop bars will consist of twenty-four inch (24") wide lines. Any pavement surface preparation (Item No. 875) shall not be measured or paid for separately and shall be subsidiary to this bid item. The contractor shall submit pictures of all pavement markings within the project area prior to milling or overlay operations. 14 The bid item "Reflectorized Pavement Markers" shall be in accordance with the governing technical specifications (Item No. 863) and TxDot Standards PM (2)-I 2 contained in the "Traffic Control Standards". Reflectorized Pavement Markers shall be provided for position guidance for all roadways within the limits of the Work per. Reflectorized Pavement Markers shall be measured per marker placed, Type II-A- A (yellow) or, Type I-C or Type ll-C-R (clear or clear/red), and shall be paid for at the unit price shown in the Bid Form for the markers. Any pavement surface preparation (Item No. 875) shall not be measured or paid for separately and shall be subsidiary to this bid item. SP340 DENSE-GRADED HOT-MIX ASPHALT (QC/QA) S-P340 Dense=Graded HotswMLx Asphalt(QC/QA) I`,. No. 340 ,~,. M. Asphaldc ConcretePavement" of `h. technical n includeall',�.�`, `` .h. clauses and cited below,, and no other clauses or rEk;Ciluirements of Item No. 340 are waived or changed hereby. The followleng language under A cle 340.3 Matenwals: "As Aaarate.9, The aggregate shall be composed of coarse aggregate, a fine aggregate use will be allowed in all base course mixtures except as specifi Ily excluded fiereinr in the Cont ct Documents or on the Drawings, provided no more than 20% RAP is and, If required or allowed, mineral filler and reclaimed asphalt pavement(RAP)s RAP used. RAP use will not be pe itted in pavement surface courses. � shall '�.i.'``'`' �.'.,^ . `', .th,/specified- ,.herein, The aggregate contained � RAPrequired ''tomeet /^'. ' .requirements unless indl ted otherwise on the D wings.' is voided and replaced by the following.9 An F''i.i .��'-��.`' '~.. sourcoconform'` .),� ... � '. `.` `�''` inAggregate,and asSection,`` in '.�` requirements In this .`'^._ incu1 �-/ those Table ' /' .��be ,od;^' or when shown on the plans. Addtiona aggregate requirements may be specified when shown on the plans. Provide aggregate Stockpiles that meet the definition in this Section for either a coarse aggregate or fin. aggregate. Aggregate from reclaimed asphalt pavement(RAP) is not required to meet Table 1 Irle;.-quirements unless otherwise shown on the plans. Supply mechani Ily crushed gravel or stone aggregates that meet the definitions in Tex=&1OOa&E. The Engineer will designate the plant or quarry as the pling lo tion. Samples must be from materi'als produced for the p *ecL The Contractor must provide data for the surn3lier's testing values for the Los rol rasion a F-V h 11 rfo I I oth Angeles ab nd magnesium sulfate soundness. The Contractors a pe rm a er u re d ig n aggregate quality leb-Es- listed in Table 1. Document all te8t results on the Mixt report, The Engineer may perform tests on independent or split samples to verify Contractor W & test results, Stockpile aggregates for each source and type separately, Determine aggregace gradations .' ..c �( � ''' ``. ,'.�.,| )` .n f�". sources/o-. : �'`...� . '' =.' .``' ',''``' do not meet e stated aggregate quallty requilrements unless otherwise a ^ ArUcle`^... '..^`.`�',.`'.,`..., .` .```�.,/` by.�-,J'``'`' /. Reclaimed Asphalt_ (RAP),*'.`�`�,' RAP /```,`] ,` , `.i`g'J, ...L', pulverized, brokenasphalt pavement. Crush inch sleve. use of Contractor, City .. .'..' `',' `, L--.r. ...'.r' -^..'`�. '`n'`..-`e~.wr``�RAP .~.,..' .�`� e`.,; `�/Mplant wa`, � ``°/�/ ..., .i.r.. .s~" '!` '[.. T' "(z,.'J-U perform� � '/ n,*-r,�``.`m,^ �` � ``.''�`'`' use, '�`.'L,' _''" .... ....n^'�'^. n`� ~``-�.'`°`';~,^r..n.' I' projed. FrMactionated RAP I's defined as having' `.o '. ,,`` [., /^a'k^^ .' ` ,.' b' B~e ,,. Isdivided ."` . .`' `.' .' fractions, T` nzn, ,7 'a'i '. /'`'. .oly materl*al Page I of 6 SP340 Dense-spGraded HotmeMix Asphalt(QC/QA retained by processing over a 3/8-inch sieve or 1/2-inch sieve, unless otherwise approved. The fine RAP stockpile will contain only material passing the 3/8-inch sieve or 1/2-inch sieve, unless otherwise approved.The Engineer may allow the Contractor to use an alternate to the 3/8-inch sieve or 1/2-inch sieve to fractionate the RAP. The maximum percentages of fractionated RAP may be comprised of coarse or fine fractionated RAP or the combination of both coarse and fine fractionated RAP. Utilize,a separate cold feed bin for each stockpile of fractionated RAP used. Det-1 he asphalt content and gradation of RAP stockpiles for mixture design purposes in acco dance with Tex-236-F. Perform other tests on RAP when shown on the plans. Do not exce-• the maximum allowable percentages of RAP shown in Table 1A. Asphalt binder from RAP and Recycled Asphalt Shingles (RAS) is designated as recycled asphalt binder. When RAP er RAS is used, calculate and ensure that the ratio of the recycled asphalt binder to total bincr does not exceed the percentages shown in Table 1A. The allowable percentages sho n in Table IA may be decreased or increased when shown on the plans. Do not use RAP .nd/or RAS contaminated with dirt or other objectionable materials. Do not use RAP if the ioecantation value exceeds 5% and the plasticity index is greater than 8. Test the stoc.piled RAP for decantation in accordance with Tex-406-A, Part I. Determine the plastidty inde in accordance with Tex-106-E if the decantation value exceeds 5%. The decantation and elasticity index requirements do not apply to RAP samples with asphalt removed by extra ion. Do niat intermingle RAP stockpiles. Remove Contractor-owned RAP material from the project site thpon completion of the project. Return unused City of Round Rock-owned RAP to the designated stockpile location if applicable. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for determining the suitability, quality, and appropriate use of RAP in the HMA and the City of Round Rock shall not be liable for any HMA deficiencies caused by the inclusion of RAP. Table IA Maximum Allowable Amounts of Recycled Binder,RAP&RAS Maximum Allowable% Maximum Ratio of Mixture Description (Percentage by Weight of Total Mixture) Recifded Binderl to &Location Unfradionated Fractionated Total Binder(%) RA1?2 RAP3 Surfa.- Mime 10 20 Non-Surface ['ices6 < 8in. 40 15 30 .1111 From Final RI.,ng Surface Non-Surface ixes6 > 8 in. 45 20 40 From Final Rii)n Surface 1.Combined r a,ded binder from RAP and RAS. 2.Do not use in combination with RAS or fractionated RAP. 3.May not be u-- in addition to unfractionated RAP;however,up to 5%of fractionated RAP may be replaced Ith RAS. 4.May be used .eparately or as a replacement for no more than 5%of the allowable fractionated RAP. 5."Surface"mix s are defined as mixtures that will be the final lift or riding surface of the pavement structure. 6."Non-Surface' mixes are defined as mixtures that will be an intermediate or base layer in the pavement structure. SP340 Dense-Graded Hot-Mix Asphalt(QC/QA) Page 2 of 6 Article 340.3 Materials,Section A. is supplemented by inserting the following after subsection 3.: 4. Recycled Asphalt Shingles (RAS): Use of post-manufactured RAS or post-consumer RAS is permitted unless otherwise shown on the plans. RAS are defined as processed asphalt shingle material from manufacturing of asphalt roofing shingles or from re-roofing residential structures."Post-manufactured RAS" are processed manufacturer's shingle scrap by-product. "Post-consumer RAS", or"tear-offs", are processed shingle scrap removed from residential structures. Comply with all regulatory requirements stipulated for RAS by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). RAS may be used separately or in conjunction with RAP. Process the RAS by ambient grinding or granulating such that 100% of the particles pass the 1/2-inch sieve and 90% pass the 3/8-inch sieve when tested in accordance with Tex-200-F, Part I. If needed, RAP passing the 1/2-inch sieve or sand approved by the Engineer and in conformance with the gradation requirements thown in the table in Artide 340.3 Materials, Section A. 3. may be added to RAS stockpiles to keep the processed material workable. Perform a sieve analysis on processed RAS material prior to extraction of the asphalt. Determine asphalt content and gradation of the RAS material for mixture design purposes in accordance with Tex-236-F. Do not exceed the maximum allowable percentages of RAS shown in Table IA. Asphalt binder from RAS and RAP is designated as recycled asphalt binder. When RAS or RAP is used, calculate and ensure that the ratio of the recycled asphalt • binder to total binder does not exceed the percentages shown in Table IA. The allowable percentages shown in Table IA may be decrease or increased when shown on the plans. Certify compliance of the RAS with DMS-11000, "Evaluating and Using Nonhazardous Recyclable Materials (NRM) Guidelines". If the RAS has not come into contact with any hazardous materials, treat it as an established NRM. Unless otherwise directed, use only RAS from sources as approved by the City of Round Rock. Prior to use, remove all materials that are not part of the shingle, such as wood, paper, metal, and plastics. Do not use RAS if deleterious materials as measured by Tex-217-F, Part I are more than 1.5% of the stockpiled RAS. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for determining the suitability, quality, and appropriate use of RAS in the HMA and the City of Round Rock shall not be liable for any HMA deficiencies caused by the inclusion of RAS. Article 340.3 Materials,Section A.4. is changed to Article 340.3 Materials,Section A.5.due to the insertion of 4. as provided for herein. Article 340.3 Materials, Section B. is supplemented by adding the following at the end of the section: Furnish the type and grade of performance-graded (PG) asphalt specified on the plans. Unless otherwise shown on the plans, the Contractor may use a substitute PG binder listed in Table 3A in lieu of the PG binder originally specified, if the substitute PG binder and mixture made with the substitute PG binder meet the following: • the substitute binder meets the specification requirements for the substitute binder grade in accordance with Section 300.2J,"Performance-Graded Binders"; • the substitute binder has an un-aged dynamic shear value less than or equal to 2.00 kPa and an RTFO aged dynamic shear value less than or equal to 5.00 kPa at the PG test temperature; and SP340 Dense-Graded Hot-Mix Asphalt(QC/QA) Page 3 of 6 • • • the mixture has less than 10.0 mm of rutting on the Hamburg Wheel test (Tex-242-F) after the number of passes required for the originally specified binder. Use of substitute PG binders may only be allowed at the discretion of the Engineer if the Hamburg Wheel test results are between 10.0 mm and 12.5 mm. Table 3A Allowable Substitute PG Binders Description of Course PG Binder Allowable Function Ori g inalt S g =«fled Substitute PG Binders Final Surfaces PG 76-22S PG 70-22 or PG 64-22 All Other Layers PG 6422 PG 58-22 Article 340.4 Paving Mixtures,Section D. is supplemented by adding the following at the end of the section: Use an approved laboratory to perform the Hamburg Wheel test and provide results with the mixture design. Laboratory Mixture Design Properties Mixture Property Test Method Requirement Target Laboratory-Molded Density,% Tex-2074 960 Tensile Strength(dry),psi(molded to Tex-226-P 85-2001 93%±1%density) Boil Test2 Tex-530-C 111.111111.11111111=1111amburg Wheel Test Requirements Minimum#of Passes @ 0.5 High-Temperature Binder Grade Test Method Rut De th Tested @ 122°F PG 64 or lower IQ,000 P670 Tex-242-F 15,000 PG 76 or higher 20,000 1.May exceed 200 psi when approved and may be waived when approved. 2.Used to establish baseline for comparison to production results.May be waived when approved. Article 340.4. Paving Mixtures, Section E. is amended by voiding the second paragraph and replacing with the following: If it is determined by the City of Round Rock that adjustments to the JMF are necessary to achieve the specified requirements, the Engineer or designated representative may allow adjustments to the JMF within the following limits without a laboratory redesign of the mixture. The following table shows the Operational Tolerances that will be allowed. When the proposed adjustments exceed these limits, and the Engineer or designated representative determines that the impact of these changes may adversely affect pavement performance, a new laboratory mixture design will be required. SP340 Dense-Graded Hot-Mix Asphalt(QC/QA) Page 4 of 6 . . ' ' . Operational Tolerances _ . . Allowable Allowable Difference Diffemnce ' Descrelption Test ''-'.,'-en..-` ^-''``- Meth-- ,a'''. Con ctor and . Englneerl Ind'widual'..'~i,.d-' .. Sao^ ~..' sieve a.nd Ia.!,er '' for ``^.^'.`.''. .�.� -^. sieves'``^`than'`a^. or Ia ter than#200 TeXw236wF ...'°'.-'.°.`..'``� +�.. ' .'.' Asphalt,o.e`.'. Texm236mF ..' dens`..` ... ...` ...'.' '''''-' TeXm207c^F InerPlace^..o'``'. N/A ` .- JL. bo Ty molded bulk N A ^`.2` c1fic rav VMAj'`^�^ Note. N/A Theoreti, TeXw227"F N/A . ~.`..' a.s eafic Rice. ravi . �'ngonlywhenvalu exceed these tolerances. -When` '''these '''--mixture Ux � ' u ob sievewill g �,considered dations may ,'/,��,_^'�outside:^ll outside the master grading hm'' h,'ev`, _' ..'.'-g ` -`, master grading limits. .^ole.n^.between.,.-and.nr.may exceed-u... `Test and verify that Table-requirements are met. ArUde 340,.10 Construction Methodst Sect'loon A. is su by adding the following to the first paragraph' On or before the first day of paving., it is mandatory to schedule a,. participate in a ng meeting w the Engineer unless otherwise shown on the plans. AMde 340,.10 Constru on Methodsr Sectl'oon A. ' supplemented by '''in` the following bebNeen the ei*ghth and nl*nth paragraphs.le In lieu of , w� |, ,.va.�-/ minimum temperature requirements., ,' �,,`^ ay.,'^^ '.__ ..''/`.``.. c. su.`fm,`'-+.'-..' 320`b`*'., a (paver P...l. '~.`.` ^^`.' infrarbar) `.`.'/ �" 'v] .. . �.. i.` ''� _.` `.., ^' ."`. '-' -` F ' .' ! ,,`'.-n ^{ts' Whe, used,, operate the Pave4R system 'ion accordance with Te`2 weF and provide the Engin r With the output results on a illy basi's unI s otherwise dlrected,. Arficle 340,10 Construction Methodsir rion D. is supplemented by adding the following at the end of the section. '' Thermal Profile. Use an infrared thermometer or the al camera to obtain a thermal profile on each sublot 'ion accordance with Tex.44,ftF. The Engineer may `|.. the Contractof . reduce t' testing r'-'`! basedsatl*.z^ ,-." . - 'i`,^i, Engineer`,'`obt-in the', '`.. `^` profiles .'1eer` necessary. The al profiles are not aPP1*1 ble in miscellaneous paving areas subject to hand work such as d crossovers,, tumouts, gores,tapers, and other sim1flar areas. ' . ' SP340 Dens'Graded HotewMlk Aspha It(QC/QA) page 5 of 6 , . 1) Moderate Thermal Segregation. Any areas that have a maximum temperature differential greater than 25° F but not exceeding 50° F are deemed as having moderate thermal seg egation. Take immediate corrective action to eliminate the moderate thermal seg egation. Evaluate areas with moderate thermal segregation by performing a density pro le in accordance with Section 340.11 Sampling and Testing, Segregation (Density Prole). 2) Sevrre Thermal Segregation. Any areas that have a maximum temperature differential gre-ter than 50° F are deemed as having severe thermal segregation. Unless otherwise dir- ed, suspend operations and take immediate corrective action to eliminate severe the al segregation. Resume operations when the Engineer determines that subsequent pr•suction will meet the requirements of this Item. Evaluate areas with severe thermal seg ation by performing a density profile in accordance with Section 340.11 Sampling and T- ing, Segregation (Density Profile). Unless otherWise directed, remove and replace the matilial in any areas that have both severe thermal segregation and a falling result for Seg 'ation (Density Profile). 3) Use of the Pave-IR System. In lieu of obtaining thermal profiles on each sublot using an Mfr., ed thermometer or thermal camera, the Contractor may use the Pave-IR system,(paver mou ted infrared bar) to obtain a continuous thermal profile In accordance with Tex-244-F. Whey using the Pave-IR system, review the output results on a daily basis and, unless othe ise directed, provide the output results to the Engineer for review. Modify the paving pro s as necessary to eliminate any(moderate or severe)thermal segregation identified by the isave-IR system. The Engineer may suspend paving operations if the Contractor cannot suc - sfully modify the paving process to eliminate thermal segregation. Density profiles in acco dance with Section 340.11 Sampling and Testing, Segregation (Density Profile) are not requ red and are not applicable when using the Pave-IR system. Article 340 11 Sampling and Testing is supplemented by adding the following and the end of the article: Segregation Density Profile): Unless otherwise determined by the Engineer or when required herein, test for segr a ation using density profiles in accordance with Tex-207-F, Part V. Provide the Engineer with the res its of the density profiles as they are completed. Density profiles are not required and are not appli ble when using the Pave-IR system. Areas defined in Section 340.12 Acceptance Plan A. 4. are no subject to density profile testing. Density profiles are not applicable in miscellaneous paving areas subject to hand work such as driveways, crossovers, turnouts, gores, tapers, and other similar areas. The density I rofile is considered failing if it exceeds the tolerances shown in the Segregation (Density Profile) Acce otance Criteria Table below. When the Pave-IR system is not used, the Engineer may measure the a ensity profile at any time, at any location, and as often as deemed necessary to verify conformance The Engineer's density profile results will be used when available. The Engineer may require the entractor to remove and replace the area in question if the area fails the density profile and has surf- e irregularities. Segregation (Density Profile)Acceptance Criteria Table Maximum Allowable Density Maximum Allowable Density ixture Type Range(Highest to Lowest) Range(Average to Lowest) All 6.0 pcf 3.0 pcf • END • SP340 Dense-G -ded Hot-Mix Asphalt(QC/QA) Page 6 of 6 (F); ,-?,,,,,, A,,„ •i4,1- Vtr fir"' —4,-- ' - vr w -:-.. - • 1 Alitica•,' t v yQ a * ;. 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Tons L.F. S.F. S.F. EACH West of Walgreens 24 100 146.7 80 East of Flix d/w 24 80 117.3 Int.of Rawhide 40 40 97.8 West of Rawhide 120 36 264.0 120 480 Resters Crossing(W. @ The Crossing Condos 320 900 2 Bound) East of Water Tower 280 West of LaFrontera 320 @ARC 160 cp rn West of ARC 400 0 @CR172 80 5 Os E.of Sundance Pkwy 240 Nesters Crossing(E. Lakeside @ La Frontera 200 Bound) @ Mariott 120 West of Dry Creek 130 24 190.7 70 Original Total 816 270.0 2600.0 900.0 2 0 Tons L.F. S.F. S.F. EACH Pavement Repair Curb and gutter Sidewalk Driveway Ramps 5) Os CD w 0 rn N 0 N D rD Street/Address Pavement Repair Curb and gutter Sidewalk Driveway Ramps FT.X FT. Tons L.F. S.F. EACH EACH 700 0.0 40 Jeffrey Way 707 12 80 58.7 50 W.707 10 40 24.4 Original Total 83 90.0 00 0,0 00 Tons L.F. S.F. EACH EACH Pavement Repair Curb and gutter Sidewalk Driveway Ramps rD rD cro rD 0 rn N O 1v D r0 0) k Strleet/ Address Pavement Repair Curb and gutter Sidewalk Driveway Ramps FT.X FT. Tons L.F. S.F. S.F. EACH 800 20 20 24.4 50 480 Paloma Dr 811 120 26 190.7 160 W.of Mays 36 20 44.0 10 Original Total 259 50.0 170.0 480.0 0.0 Tons L.F. S.F. S.F. EACH Pavement Repair Curb and gutter Sidewalk Driveway Ramps 0) 0 3 0) 0 a, a( r0 rn 0 rn N O N D fD Street/Address Pavement Repair Ribbon Curb Sidewalk Driveway Ramps FT.X FT. Tons L.F. S.F. S.F. EACH W.of Twin Ridge 160 24 234.7 250 Across from Hilton Head Dr. 160 W.of Hilton Head Dr. 200 Forest Creek(W.Bound) @ Twinberry 40 E.of Hilton Head Dr. 12 60 44.0 Across from Hilton Head Dr. 160 E.of Harvey Penick 80 W.of St.Andrews 60 24 88.0 60 250 CD @ Harvey Penick 120 W.of Crenshaw 120 ea Forest Creek(E. Bound) E.of Crenshaw 130 12 95.3 Between Crenshaw&Bobby Jones 1300 @ The Enclave 140 @ Twin Ridge Pkwy 500 Original Total 46.E 100.0 3280.0 0.0 0.0 Tons L.F. S.F. S.F. 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Z '74 //'.' 4 'ao - 0.04. „,,,,_/4„,„ -;;-:--- (7,-- , 7-/ - wi, ( //, / TRENCH (BACKFILL.ED) '7/7-1/7</ ./. .:7247,,,-//'. A' kq-7:,- ---//2--( ,-/- / ,,- /7-/, -,-._,---:- t-,-,::,,,..J, . -/-ii//, -&.-/,,/,/.. ,,-„,. ./t] (//-1 / // ,1,-, i _ -,,,...„--...,_/‘ ( , , /,--7-:;-, /,./, ( I�r 1k//z- l.f � 5" FABRIC ...urI TOE—IN CROSS SECTION MIMI 1. STEEL POSTS WHICH SUPPORT THE SILT FENCE SHALL BE INSTALLED ON A SLIGHT ANGLE TOWARD THE ANTICIPATED RUNOFF SOURCE. POST MUST BE EMBEDDED A MIN. OF ONE (1 P) FOOT. 2. THE TOE OF THE SILT FENCE SHALL BE TRENCHED IN WITH A SPADE OR MECHANICAL TRENCHER, SO THAT THE DOWNSLOPE FACE,OF THE TRENCH IS FLAT AND PERPENDICULAR TO THE UNE OF FLOW. WHERE FENCE CANNOT BE TRENCHED IN (E.G. PAVEMENT) WEIGHT FABRIC FLAP WITH WASHED GRAVEL ON UPHILL SIDE TO PREVENT FLOW UNDER FENCE. 3. THE TRENCH MUST BE A MINIMUM OF 6 INCHES DEEP AND 6 INCHES WIDE TO ALLOW FOR THE SILT FENCE FABRIC TO BE LAID IN THE GROUND AND BACKF1LLED WITH COMPACTED MATERIAL. 4. SILT FENCE SHALL BE SECURELY FASTENED TO EACH STEEL SUPPORT POST OR TO WOVEN WIRE, WHICH IN TURN IS SECURELY FASTENED TO THE STEEL FENCE POSTS. 5. INSPECTION SHALL, BE MADE WEEKLY OR AFTER EACH RAINFALL EVENT AND REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT SHALL BE MADE PROMPTLY AS NEEDED. 6. SILT FENCE SHALL BE REMOVED WHEN THE SITE IS COMPLETELY STABIUZED SO AS NOT TO BLOCK OR IMPEDE STORM FLOW OR DRAINAGE. 7. ACCUMULATED SILT SHALL BE REMOVED WHEN IT REACHES A DEPTH OF 6 INCHES. THE SILT SHALL BE DISPOSED OF IN APPROVED SITE AND IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO NOT CONTRIBUTE TO ADDITIONAL SILTATION. B. SILT FENCE SHALL BE REMOVED AS SOON AS THE SOURCE OF SEDIMENT IS STABIUZED RECORD SIGNED COPY DRAWING NO: ON FILE AT PUBLIC WORKS APPRO EC-1 0 03-25-11 DATE SILT FENCE DETAIL --ROUND ROCK TEXAS THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER ASSUMES flOSPIRITI RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE APPROPRIATE USE OF THIS DETAIL. (NOT TO SCALE r WIRE FABRIC NON—WOVEN STRUCTURE GEOTEXTILE FILTER FABRIC 412 IN FLOW FLOW 3"-5" OPENA Y GRADED ROCK. FULL SOIL CONTACT ._e� ) to " r FABRIC SKIRT 6" A 18 ■. .0 TOE—IN FABRIC SKIRT INSTALLATION IN PAVED AREAS ALTERNATE EMBEDDING DETAIL (1) 6" FABRIC 6"X6" WIRE FABRIC OVERLAP ON STRUCTURE ABUTTING DIKE * VARIES I � �,�.1:41 .. ate.+� ♦+•♦ ♦ •• ♦R•it♦•Q.+►+i++i�+i+i'. ■ �++►'t♦i•+i•+rti♦i f�♦t++*♦♦t+9�y+♦..+♦ice++•�++•*+•.+tt*f� .` f '►+t+#♦++iIii�+ta+•.+i�++'•ii+i♦i"l♦+.+ta fyt+'•+♦+♦�i+a CUT AWAY OF �, g. is fi���•�♦*.t+♦aim+;•�+ii:♦.yf.+.'*++•�i•+♦y�•••i•p'•+� ti++�♦+.yi�.,�+•++•♦•♦tom+t+•♦•yi.f♦r+,... _ . ....,'f�'•+a++..�.-.''-.�..� FILTER FABRIC FLOWgi . �1.+i.+if�+ ♦i+�+.+t�.+►i,��+. .�++j.+.+++f+11+•+•+i�►�•y�t +fir . .rli.f�►+;ice 1+•+�!sue, �s�1«►•1+�+i+�+i+++♦i•�+*•t1r4►���:+�+��i���+�+.e,+�++ �:y_�_���I �.f+{►1••��+Ii++•ii•it•i.+if1+i�i•♦4y+ji�•i+1+•j�'ii♦+++f�+�• *��������++�1jii+a�+�.*+i+i�.�.�t�♦�•iia+i�t�+�•i f+••►i*+i.+� �_� �S+�e�+++t+�+�•*ir��1♦��•f+;i♦�`t+++i�ifar��+��+�a+i•�•��� T (� _ •+•♦fit♦i♦•♦•y♦ ♦•it♦♦.* —�1 I I II II I�I(�— F5 ski' a+++i•it+•i++���,r as + .�.���'iit+ 11 I I * .t+•'ice+ata►r.�a• +���.��*�i+��v��•+1 1 f�i��� —I I III-I I I_1 I I-I r* •�i�.,..i��+j+..}0{t�+;j*+�#*,��i�;IS:* �'t�+ice+;tf�►i+���r�+ff�i♦+i♦'. FlJ L L SOIL CONTACT - '�t+4+t'�t+�+at�R�►++a+•r}i •+ia+i'+•r+i.i�ij i a+�� 0.1 6"X 1"XANCHO EMERY 2 ALTERNATE EMBEDDING DETAIL (2) FEET NOTES: 1. DIKES SHALL BE PLACED IN A ROW WITH ENDS TIGHTLY ABUTTi N G. 2. FABRIC COVER AND SKIRT SHALL BE A CONTINUOUS WRAPPING OF GEOTEXTILE. THE SKIRT SHALL BE A CONTINUOUS EXTENSION OF THE UPSTREAM FACE FABRIC. 3. DIKES AND SKIRT SHALL BE SECURELY ANCHORED IN PLACE WITH WIRE STAPLES AT 2' INTERVALS ON BOTH EDGES AND SKIRT OR WITH 3/8" DIAMETER REBAR WITH TEE ENDS, 4. FiLTER MATERIAL SHALL BE LAPPED OVER ENDS 611 TO COVER DIKE—TO—DIKE JOINTS. JOINTS SHALL BE FASTENED WITH GALVANIZED SHOAT RINGS. 6. INSPECTION SHALL BE MADE WEEKLY OR AFTER EACH RAINFALL EVENT AND REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT SHALL BE MADE PROMPTLY AS REQUIRED. 6. ACCUMULATED SILT SHALL BE REMOVED WHEN IT REACHES A DEPTH OF 4" AND DISPOSED OF IN A MANNER WHICH WILL NOT CAUSE ADDITIONAL SILTATION. 7. AFTER THE DEVELOPMENT SiTE IS COMPLETELY STABILIZED. THE DIKES AND ANY REMAINING SILT SHALL BE REMOVED. SILT SHALL BE DISPOSED OF AS INDICATED IN NOTE #6 ABOVE. RECORD SIGNED COPY DRAWING NO: ON FILE AT PUBLIC WORKSCITY OF ROUND ROCKEC-1 1 APPROVED 03-25-11 DATE TRIANGULAR SEDIMENT ' .,, THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER ASSUMES FILTER DIKE DETAIL , - ROUND ROCK TEXAS RESPONSIBUITY FOR THE APPROPRIATE USE OF THIS DETAIL. (NOT TO SCALE) r i..� /-""d•r4. 2'MIN A.F-4110°' f 0000 zl . .,-(-410111P4101110;iii 'Agger44PrOdifao00$011- - ' 5 iri-ww- 114.4440' moo iihs - ...4,_. se iptir i _ • Qin 04' *es . WOVEN WIRE SHEATHING 24" MIN ISOMETRIC FLOW s .s 2 ? Wewptips,7 1 •ie 94 _ 0.*•••40 4,DA4. _ Lisa" AEIVI a) 4" MIN CROSS SECTION N0 1. USE ONLY OPEN 9 RADED ROCK (3 to 5") DIAMETER FOR ALL CONDITIONS. 2. THE ROCK BERM SHALL BE SECURED WITH A WOVEN WIRE SHEATHING HAVING MAXIMUM 1" OPENING AND MINIMUM WIRE DIAMETER OF 20 GAUGE. 3. THE ROCK BERM 1SHALL BE INSPECTED DAILY OR AFTER EACH RAIN, AND THE STONE AND/ OR FABRIC CORE-WOVEN SHEATHING SHALL BE REPLACED WHEN THE STRUCTURE CEASES TO FUNCTION AS INTENDED, DUE TO SEDIMENT ACCUMULATION AMONG THE ROCKS, WASHOUT, CONSTRUCTION TRAFFIC DAMAGE, ETC. 4. IF SEDIMENT REACHES A DEPTH OF 6", THE SEDIMENT SHALL BE REMOVED AND DISPOSED OF ON AN APPROVED SITE AND IN A MANNER THAT WILL NOT CREATE A SEDIMENTATION PROBLEM. 5. WHEN THE SITE IS COMPLETELY STABILIZED, THE BERM AND ACCUMULATED SEDIMENT SHALL BE REMOVED AND DISPOSED OF IN AN APPROVED MANNER. RECORD SIGNED COPY D RAWI N C NO: ON FILE AT PUBLICWORKS EC-1 2 APPROVED 03-25-11 DATE "ROUND BERM DETAILJDROQcTEXAS THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR TEE APPROPRIATE USE OF THIS DETAIL. (NOT TO SCALE) f• EXTEND 2'-0" MIN BEYOND INLET OPENING AT EACH END 3" CNERLAP AT VARIES FABRIC SPLICES IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ���,.�� CUT AWAY OF ���illill - 11111-1111111110 FILTER FABRIC 2 X4 -W 1.4XW 1.4 WIRE FABRIC STRUCTURE row 0•011.1 Oil 11.1111111111111 MN 1.11.11011111111 12" ISOMETRIC 20 LB. SANDBAGS 03' C.C. MINIMUM 4" HIGH CLEAR OPENING %l '��/l� ��/ 20 L.B. SANDBAGS 03' \�/ � .� C.C. (SEE NOTE 1 / INLET # Ilie .::.::.::.::...:.::.::. CROSS SECTION 1. WHERE MINIMUM CLEARANCES CAUSE TRAFFlC TO DRIVE IN THE GUTTER, THE CONTRACTOR MAY SUBSTITUTE A 1" X 4" BOARD SECURED WITH CONCRETE NAILS 3' O.C. NAILED INTO THE GUTTER IN LIEU OF SANDBAGS TO HOLD THE FILTER DIKE IN PLACE. UPON REMOVAL, CLEAN ANY DIRT/DEBRIS FROM NAI LI NG LOCATIONS, APPLY CHEMICAL SANDING AGENT AND APPLY NON-SHRINK GROUT FLUSH WITH SURFACE OF GUTTER, 2. A SECTION OF FILTER FABRIC SHALL BE REMOVED AS SHOWN ON THIS DETAIL OR AS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER OR DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVE. FABRIC MUST BE SECURED TO WIRE BACKING WITH CUPS OR HOG RINGS AT THIS LOCATION. 3. DAILY INSPECTION SHALL BE MADE BY THE CONTRACTOR AND SILT ACCUMULATION MUST BE REMOVED WHEN DEPTH REACHES 2". 4. CONTRACTOR SHALL MONITOR THE PERFORMANCE OF INLET PROTECTION DURING EACH RAINFALL EVENT AND IMMEDIATELY REMOVE THE INLET PROTECTIONS IF THE STORM-WATER BEGINS TO OVERTOP THE CURB. 5. INLET PROTECTIONS SHALL BE REMOVED AS SOON AS THE SOURCE OF SEDIMENT IS STABILIZED. RECORD SIGNED COPY DRAWING NO: ON FILE AT PUBLIC WORKS CITY OF ROUND ROCKEC-14 APPROVED 03-25-11 DATE CURB INLET PROTECTION DETAIL "ROUND Rt)ClC,TEXAS THE ARCHITECT/FINGINEER ASSUMES u a;Faun RESPONSDIIITY FOR THE APPROPRIATE USE OF THIS DETAIL. (NOT TO SCALE) 1 12" 24" WOODEN STAK OVERLAP EVERY 1 " 1 ASSURE DIRECT CONTACT ►♦ ' ,♦♦- 12" (MIN} WITH SOIL r'd .♦*#�'` ''►♦*, •`. J . ♦♦♦ ' .111 � � •♦:,�� FLOW _ ,•••_••••••_••_.••. , ♦♦♦. f: : _ ♦. ♦••,♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦q•♦♦♦♦♦♦4.� FLOW ,►♦•♦ fir-=; , ! .♦. *-,. .....•...............r.....4.4114 ...• Z. vvi cv_ A.01.1*-0-449414:9".114>ii,.,--440- *.• .•• b.:.f AI o•i '-- .4)40 00><,.**004-#1:<#*--- . ';::$ ♦♦♦♦• _ r ....,v,4, ♦♦♦♦` ;♦♦♦. .,♦♦♦+♦♦•• f- •,♦♦♦♦♦♦,. 4♦♦•. ~' .♦♦♦• » ♦♦♦♦♦♦+♦ ♦�♦♦♦♦♦♦• 1 S •,�♦♦♦♦♦•, •••♦♦♦♦•• DIAMETER J ~ **♦♦♦,- m ,♦♦♦�. �4,•:••♦:•1♦Iy,�•��♦, EROSION •.�+!♦!�!.•. CONTROL • / LUG —� EXTEND 12" MINIMUM BEYOND INLET OPENING AROUND PERIM ITER JSOMETRIC CROSS SECTION NO_ 1. EROSION CONTROL LOG CONTAINMENT MESH SHALL BE 100% BIODEGRADABLE, PHOTODEGRADABLE OR RECYCLABLE; AND FILL MATERIAL SHALL CONSIST OF MULCH. ASPEN EXCELSIOR FIBERS, CHIPPED SITE VEGETATION, COCONUT FIBERS, 100X RECYCLABLE FIBERS. OR ANY OTHER ACCEPTABLE MATERIAL EXCLUDING STRAW AND HAY. 2. DAILY INSPECT1ONt SHALL BE MADE BY THE CONTRACTOR AND SILT ACCUMULATION MUST BE REMOVED WHEN DEPTH REACHES 6". 3. CONTRACTOR SHALL MONITOR THE PERFORMANCE OF INLET PROTECTION DURING EACH RAINFALL EVENT AND IMMEDIATELY CLEAN THE INLET PROTECTION IF EXCESSIVE PENDING OCCURS. 4. INLET PROTECTIONS SHALL BE REMOVED AS SOON AS THE SOURCE OF SEDIMENT IS STABILIZED. RECORD SIGNED COPY D RANI N G NO: ON FILE AT PUBLII WORKS APPROVED EC—1 03-25-11 AREA INLET PROTECTION WITH ,......_ . DATE ,. THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER ASSUMES EROSION CONTROL LOG DETAIL -ROUND ROCK.TEXAS RESPOMMUITY FOR THE APPROMATE USE OF THIS DETAIL. (NOT TO SCALE) r 1$' TEMP. EROSION CONTROL LOG STAKE LOG ON DOWNHILL 1 8' TEMP EROSION SIDE AT THE CENTER, AT A A � � EACH END, AND AT ..;::;:; ! —ADDRIONAL POINTS AS ry0•R=a,iTa+a_ ,., ;a=,a=. NEEDED TO SECURE LOG -V.r=,:.:,�T;ea•1•a-1,L.,r=,.-.ww__. .._--.-...tYN•a•.-.Ta.-•-7�..T_a4•' -.e,.�.YA4 Ya...a+ 4..a�..�.,•laa.=aa•1.,:+1...W..Ls - 4' MAX SPACING, OR AS MULCH CRADLE `:t+1TYR♦�!1• ;f.:Ny iS2;a-aT;9 aTJTa,•a�•'•- �. ..,.r ti..,�.,.r_�.,....,..1...,. i' UNDER EROSION DIRECTED. 7 _ CONTROL LOG abr � � 1„r,-� SECURE END a�T1.Taar1•a•._ _.�., :....+� �I►T�ba*T a�aa•��:.,. + --�y+��i�a/•a•di s•- 74 LOG TO LOG DOWNHILL x-. OF YMV'.I STAKE ON t .' a•-•Ta-i�,..4�a�i�aTa a*a•i a•.�._.• arr-ah*i•OPa a.T.*i�' i l ‘'' V '-+4•a•i 14+yi+�a4+yaL-�*a+N.. •Tv�i�*a*i•a*T-aia-y*a+l a+i a+•' \ wi STAKE (TYP) SIDE AT THE CENTER AT I{1� ���T1Ta='-_ Tl'41T TiT,.aTa iT,T,.T 9. /7 ��J/ r yf, '!f 1 � �F 'a y 1 a r,,�L,a-a•aa.,,y.,,:ne I �� /�� �J EACH END. AND AT ADDITIONAL y ' V \ '( Paws AS NEEDED To SECURE l r r• ', A ' PLAN LOG, OR AS DIRECTED. SECTION A—A EROSION CONTROL LOG CHECK DAM SECURE END STAKES ON DOWNHILL SIDE OF LOG TO OF LOG AT B' OC MAX OR STAB ) AS NEEDED TO SECURE LOG, OR AS DIRECTED. R.O.W. B'"— ULCH CRADLE TEMP. EROSION R.O.W.R.o.w. CONTROL LOG DISTURBED AREA UNDER CONTROLI LO STAKE '- 1.1w 2..fillr -�E.,Wda�ila�i•i =a�,rgla4•i PdaAl�R.,Pa7a7aa,aT.}"�•555527555552 -•b,Y00Ni=i i•y i+P�a+Pa+a,yh,N�Pih,NiL aEO� y'R•i.i 'T•VTOl!=a,.-1r.,1--_--�--,-•i_T_a:__,Y---.TLM-•,li, _ ' j BACK OF CURB r ))1,\ mill B.A. ` UP V■ GLITTER T \L'1'1'1,r , , •,,,1 , , '.1,.a,, �,..,.,•/a,•.11•'11,...,,\' TEMP. OONIROL LOG ION PI" SECTION B—B LOG PLACED AT BACK OF CURB MP) i' STAKES ON DOWNHILL SIDE OF ~ ~ LOG AT B' OC MAX OR AS SECURE END NEEDED TO SECURE LOG. OR 12' TEMP. EROSION OF LOG TO AS DIRECTED. CONTROL LOG STAKE (rep) R.O.W. 12' TEMP. EROSION - . y � . CONTROL LOG N 1 ....a..,a.ar.,1..,a-.rvn,a-.ra•a,.-a..,a•a,.•1r.,1..Ta..,.,1..r.t.a....lyT.-a. ..1,.1•_.a-a.a.55 =.Ta=...T........,....,...,...=.-1T.,a=1- =.,a=.._.a=., MULCH CRADLE a.,._ UNDER EROSION fFLO4DISTURBED AREA STAKE \ill CONTROL LOG S 1 ! N 4 1 r 15,r JISYl �J7 !l7hl(r�1�l1 BACK OF CURB V l � � /\ �� � �` � ���� . .. ._ XSA MASA :, c-... - PLAN UP OF GUTTER SECTION C—C LOG PLACED AT EDGE OF RIGHT-OF-WAY MIMI 1. DAILY INSPECTION SHALL BE MADE BY THE CONTRACTOR AND SILT ACCUMULATION MUST BE REMOVED WHEN DEPTH REACHES 6". DIRECTION —\\ 1' 2. CONTRACTOR SHALL MONITOR THE PERFORMANCE OF LOGS DURING OF FLOW I-o—ol DIRECTION RAINFALL EVENT FOR PROPER PERFORMANCE. =.Ta=1_.........1...'_ r OF 3. LOGS SHALL CONSIST OF 100% BIODEGRADABLE. PHOTODEGRADABLE a.a.-•aT.,a•.a.a.a.:;;,;*,,. OR RECYCLABLE CONTAINMENT MESH STUFFED WITH A L1ER :..gi a,.+s c 1:�:asa;..,: • -i i 1.a;..,*�1 MATERIAL. a=.•i+.-1•a=Na,R�a= 1,JNaTa•' -'.�.*afU�.�.•a,Pda=.•.*F.�: 4. STUFF LOGS WITH SUFFICIENT FILTER MATERIAL TO ACHIEVE DENSITY SECURE ETOSr-e' �� THAT WILL HOLD SHAPE WITHOUT OCCESSIVE DEFORMATION. FILTER OF LOGS TO MATERIAL SHALL CONSIST OF MULCH. ASPEN EXCELSIOR WOOD STAKES (TYP) FIBERS. CHIPPED SITE VEGETATION, COCONUT FIBERS.100% L.AP DETAIL FIBERS. FIBERS, OR ANY OTHER ACCEPTABLE MATERIAL, OCCLUDING STRAW AND HAY. 5. STAKES SHALL BE 2" X 2" WOOD, 4' LONG. EMBEDDED SUCH THAT 2" PROTRUDES ABOVE LOG, OR AS DIRECTED. RECORD SIGNED COPY DRAWING NO: ON FILE AT PUBLIC WORKS CITY OF ROUND ROCKAPPROVED EC-17 00-25-11 DATE EROSION CONTROL LOG DETAIL OROOLTEXAS THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER ASSUMES 11.111.09-6.6,40N PROWIR(T% RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE APPROPRIATE USE OF THIS DETAIL. (NOT TO SCALE) STREET STANDARD DETAILS .. —. ..... -- EXPANSION JOiNT. PROPERTY LINE. EXPANSION JOINT. - - • •., . • ' — . ... : .• . . 4, • ... • Ta s...-.,.. .... .. .. .. _ - .! .-. .4.; .....,..,-. .... .. .. . ..• • ..... ,•.-„...„-.;. ,.. .. . ., : ••.. • .,.•....• ......- 7' '.. ...: *. :.41 .. .-.• I F— •4*- : .."•..•-.-' ,•,4. '''4. .,:-•*,-dd.',:.•*,..•.... .... . , . '. .. .1 %-..1. .• . •• .... ...;, • . ,* . .....: ._*a,- v .. :'4..••.••••• : . ..4...... 4:.*:** • --. CI ••:-. •.. 1. .. :'.'. ;* ,' :'-* •••'a• : 4: ..:. .. • •..4.:.--;;*:.• .• "'.4* *-4' .-..•....` ..... '• , .. .. ... :'**. . .. '• •:•.-:••,.......•-• ., s*•:..,.. .'*.. ,.•: . . -"*I *.-7 I.a.. ..•....;..'....:.--.a.•.:.:,- ..-..... ,.s......: :•..: !.....!*-._• ....i ,. ' 5'-0" CONTROL JOINT. _____ i i 40'—O" (MAXIMUM) N. 1_0._ •..._ wI cE f 1 I 1 I1 — ,__.— —_ ___ —__ _____i _ _ CURB do GUTTER. , _ ______—_ _— _—_ _____ I I PLAN i VARIES � �--- z _VARIES F + 42" (MINIMUM) ;J lid., ______...4 (SEE CONSTRUCTION ce i � PLANS FO WIDTH) La 1/4"/FOOT i, i,SLOPE: 2%_(MAXIMUMI_ ,a 1 r-- i .:..• •• Wit-► �-'0., /'yi,. /./..�,. x i�. : :4 •, • • _, • N A " ,\ ' V_ .".is....,',_,,e7,!inxkil.4.'RL2crhiii5itzirelk I 4" (MINIMUM) i 2" SAND CUSHION ON THOROUGHLY COMPACTED SUBGRADE. 1 CLASS "A" CONCRETE. 6" X 6" X NO. 6 WELDED WIRE FABRIC, MID—DEPTH OR ONE MAT OF #3 BARS PLACED NO MORE THAN 18" O.C.E.W. SECTION RECORD SIGNED COPY DRAWUGNO: ON FILE AT PUBLIC WORKS CITY OF ROUND ROCK ST-0 1 I APPRoVED O?—tl-06 *- ___ ,.......... DATE SIDEWALK DETAIL ROUND ROCK.TEXAS THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER ASSUMES "'"1geRtipDN"0"PAOf RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE APPROPRIATE USE OF THIS DETAILS .., a 1" WOLMANIZED WOOD ::. WIDTH VARIES. I (12' MINIMUM) EXPANSION JOINT W/ #4 1 (45' MAXIMUM) DOWELS 018" O.C. o _____ ... .1.1. .11. 1.11.1.111111 .... 1111.11 ....... .... I EXPANSION JOINT. PROVIDE EXPANSION JOINT IN WHERE DRIVEWAY MEETS CURB VfCAL AND GUTTER. IF ONE EXISTS a o <>SIDEWALK LOCATION..._ _ SIDEWALKWITHIN 5 FEET, THIS I � v I• JOINT NOT REQUIRED. __________ _m_m_m_um__1_v___ CONCRETE SIDEWALK ,/ WING AS NECESSARY. DIUS Jill bk... I himm, F "lilt SAW CUT EXISTING CURB < 44-1 EXPANSION JOINT REQUIRED AND GUTTER SECTION AT PROPOSED DRIVEWAY. IF NEAREST EXPANSION JOINT FOR WIDTHS (W) OVER 30'. IS WITHIN 5 FEET OR LESS FROM DRIVEWAY, EXISTING CURB AND GUTTER SECTION SHALL BE REMOVED AND REPLACED TO THE NEAREST EXPANSION JOINT. PLAN TYPICAL SOEWALK LOCA11ON. le. TOP OF CURB BEYOND. Sn LENGTH (L) VARIES. NORMAL ELEVATION OTAPER CURB FOR 2'-O , IS LENGTH OF DRIVEWAY 1 SIDEWALK AS NECESSARY. (riP.),I � MULTIPLIED BY 29G PLUS SURFACE COURSE. ------- �� TOP OF CURB ELEV. �r ell ,,-- moor #3 BARS 0 18" O.C.E.W. ROLL GENTLY CLASS 'A' CONCRETE COMPACTED [18"I AS REQUIRED. WITH BROOM FINISH. BASE COURSE. MIN. 2` SAND CUSHION, � SECTION A-A COMPACTED SUBGRAD E. TOP OF CURB. awl 24N #4 SMOOTH DOWEL PREMOLDED EXPANSION DOWELS. LIP OF GUTTER. JOINT MATERIAL. .. a ,.4 �' MIN� 16N DOWEL COATING/SLEEVE. . '.' � • • 1 - tiiii": - atf: *.4 :.. . ''., ; ,,: • g. .. 1 •- . ,.. . • . ... , . • .. . .as .•• .,,,, : • ... ..ii.., --; : .. , , •. , � pi) i DRILL EXISTING EXIST, N DOWEL SUPPORT. spGUTTER. ONST.CONST. SAW CUT. el j 1- 7 ...--.1 EXPANON JOINT DETAIL SECTION NOTE: 1. THE SIDEW AREA OF THE DRIVEWAY SHALL SLOPE TOWARD THE STREET PAVING AT NO MORE THAN 2%. RECORD SIG A 1 COPY L[ 1DRAWING NO: ONJ'ILEATP ;if C W APPRO' ::i l 11-00-41 ....OP. DATIC CONCRETE DRIVEWAY DETAIL ,t:iiii ik RESPONSIBILITY �$NG ;,,'.�Ro CO MMERCIA L OR MULTI-FAMILY) 4•. ./at USE OF THIS ti srAn. WIDTH AS SPECIFIED ROADWAY WIDTH GRADE CONTROL Rat/4" � 1/Z' BATTER (OPTIONAL) R=1/4* 1/ 1/ I U etg to; a i , .:. . 4-a; r SLOPE PP° • . ;;- -6 • • tD •• " � rrr •;! • .7 *4.. ••..1"1 r) . . • .. , • • .. • • ' . .ti ,k. „.. • -4.1 . •-• . .. •, g" I 3.000 PSI CONCRETE. 8' 16" #4 REBAR AND DOWEL LOCATION. (TYPICAL) (SEE CURB EXPANSION JOINT DOWEL DETAIL BELOW) LAY DOWN CURB RIBBON CURB TOP OF CURB. 1/2" PREMOLDED - 24" - .4 SMOOTH DOWEL_. EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL 16" DOWEL COAT1NSG 2~ MIN. � ---- - - DOWEL SLEEVE TO FIT DOWEL AND BE .-;- , s is, SECURE ANC HAVE A CLOSED END. t-• - ..!, - • !,., #4 BAR. (TYPICAL) � I :A, ,,• #4 BAR. (TYPICAL) 3~ 3r CIYP.) -(11YP-) 2MINIMUM 11 4DOWEL RODMINIMUM- -.--- - -------- SUPPORTS. CURB EXPANSIOMJOINT DOWEL DETAIL NOTES: 1. ALL WORK AND MATERIAL SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A615. A615M, C309 TWA D1752. BROOM FiNISH EXPOSED SURFACE. 2. CONTROL JOINT SPACING SHALL NOT EXCEED 1O'-O'. 3. EXPANSION JOINTS AS PER STANDARD ASTM D-'1752. 4. EXPANSION JOINT INTERVALS NOT TO EXCEED 4O -O FOR ALL CURBS AND CONSTRUCTION METHODS. 5. ALL CURBS SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM OF 4" OF COMPACTED FLEXIBLE BASE BETWEEN BOTTOM Of CURB AND TOP SUBGRADE THAT SHALL EXTEND A MINIMUM OF 18* BEHIND BACK OF CURB. TOTAL DEPTH OF FLEXIBLE BASE UNDER AND BEHIND CURB SHALL BE: (TOTAL DEPTH OF FLEXIBLE BASE) LESS (6-INCHES). 8. ALL CURBS SHALL CONFORM TO THESE DETAILS 1NDEPENDANT OF THE CONSTRUCTION METHODS USED. RECORD SIGNED COPY DRAWING NO: ONYLLEATPUBUC WORKS jTY OF ROUND ROCK S-04 APPROVED O8-21O3 LAYDOWN AND RIBBON CURB DETAIL , -' � • ;. DATE (WITH CURB EXPANSIONARcurnsin au awns RESPONSIBILITY FOR Tall APPROPRIATIS JOINT DOWEL DETAIL) �USE OF THIS DirrAIL. 611......L. 11-6* 6. 11-6* sw R=1 4" GRADE CONTROL R=1/4 I IGRADE CONTROL R=1/4" . + 4 !' R = 2 1/2" I 8*6 •.•. .. R = 2 1/2* a ... ai. ...,,J. 4 Vt. a . ... a 10 Go R = 3 1/2* >. r- co :. ' ;:. R = 3 1/2" ..- . . . • •• -o nor o �i :,� f + `� . ` _ l ; : .-' •.. , ; , . . , ': 1 • ,. f 4., . •t.. ..' 1. : • : • ' ' •• • .• .• *- . (CI 1 * L .-: . . - . - . -. . • I . 4 . ' ' a e.a 1.*-a .... . , ri) & . ..- . *a [.......L4r) Ia.: g• 3,000 PSI CONCRETE. 3- r r 7* lis iji i #4 DOWEL LOCATION. (TYPICAL) (SEE CURB EXPANSION JOINT DOWEL DETAIL BELOW) SPILL CURB CATCH CURB 24* - #4 SMOOTH DOWEL . SPILL AND CATCH 2" MIN. I 6' DOWEL COATING_.* 1/2" PREMOLDED TOP OF CURB. - _.go EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL. 1, DOWEL SLEEVE TO FIT DOWEL AND BE • SECURE AND HAVE A CLOSED END. ,: ..,...0.:\ .17'a •:. 1.. '7 7-,. ' .... -.' ' `-!,;....,`d...... ' #4 BAR. ( P1 ) ....I .:4' •IV. Y .�4.,• 1;,.: .: • .� #4 BAR. (TYPICAL.) 3« Ill i 3» 1 (TYP.) ""..7-CTYP.) 1 DOWEL ROD . 2* MINIMUM 1 1/4 MINIMUM SUPPORTS. CURB EXPANSION JOINT DOWEL DETAIL NOTES: 1. ALL WORK AND MATERIAL. SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A615. A615M, C309 AND D1752. BROOM FINISH EXPOSED SURFACE. 2. CONTROL JOINT SPACING SHALL NOT EXCEED 1O' O . 3. EXPANSION JOINTS AS PER STANDARD ASTM D-1752. 4. EXPANSION JOINT INTERVALS NOT TO EXCEED 4O. ON FOR ALL CURBS AND CONSTRUCTION METHODS. 5. ALL CURBS SHALL. HAVE A MINIMUM OF 4" OF COMPACTED FLEXIBLE BASE BETWEEN BOTTOM OF CURB AND TOP SUBGRADE TWIT SHALL EXTEND A MINIMUM OF 18" BEHIND BACK OF CURB. TOTAL DEPTH OF FLEXIBLE BASE UNDER AND BEHIND CURB SHALL BE: (TOTAL DEPTH OF FLEXIBLE BASE) LESS (6-INCHES). 6. ALL CURBS SHALL. CONFORM TO THESE RETAILS INDEPENDANT OF THE CONSTRUCTION METHODS USED. RECORD SIGNVID COPY # t'imkDRAWING NO: ON FILE AT P APPROVED O8-21-O3 SPILL AND CATCH CURB DETAIL _09.�`=-'...... . , DATE (WITH CURB EXPANSION ` �. '` p, THE ARCILITECTANGINUR ANIUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR TUB APPROPRIATE JOINT DOWEL DETAIL) , .•,•••..•...... USE OF THIS DETAIL. FINISHED GRADE (IN PAVEMENT) STANDARD FRAME AND COVER, AS PER DETAILS WW-07 & WW-08 N FINISHED GRADE (NOT IN PAVEMENT) 1 ILL') I.; �I 1 :1.1.),. / .• ,.,. / r INTERIOR COATING \/i / ` .• 30" d*----\/\/ \ .•. '. ���/ INCLUDES ALL INTERIOR // .'.. \ CONCRETE SURFACES OF \ CLEAR OPENING :•.;• MANHOLE FRAME ADJUSTMENT \ (SEE NOTE #10) (SEE NOTE #6) •, : 33 3/4" • -1* "'" BACKFILL, AS PER DETAILS WW-17 & WW-18 Z PRECAST CONCENTRIC • • • CONCRETE CONE SECTION, Ai -; • AS PER DETAIL WW-09 RUBBER 0-RING (TYP. ) V"- 41-0" o EXTERIOR OF EACH EPDXY GROUT INSIDE z JOINT SHALL BE UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE OF ALL JOINTS o WRAPPED WITH A 6" • = EXTRUDED BUTYL ADHESIVE TAPE �:' c I ,...:. PRECAST REINFORCED CONCRETE BASE, AS PER CONCRETE PRODUCTS _ .1 INCORPORATED OR APPROVED EQUAL Q_ LLI 0 • r ' • 24" MINIMUM 2 .. GROUT * V08 8 3 .Y`Ye.�r,Y .:. •.:1 :..e`.• 'TTTM--i t . I � • - -..m----• t:-,1,-T 1 • .. . - '.••'•, •-• --_•_•-•1.1� .�.•:••ice?�•i���- , � .. ; �l •Tom` 1�i�-- : ••-_-_2 r:-:7 • ... .•_ . . ".:•.:• '= ::It _•c8_>, t FLEXIBLE SEAL BOOT '-Y----•• ... - RESILIENT CONNECTOR .�;�_::.::}� --•_- -•._•$.7_ r_-._-.__ -.. _._.t_ •• _ - ' 4•r- AS PER DETAIL WW-10 �-it _••YT T'-TT 'TT > TT Y"T TT =-=_ TT- _• -�•4%- :ngir•- ::-�'y-TAT-8•1'TT�S'�•1•-::.•_ >rT•COS�QJ•:. "����'�T- :T•� -=• �•:.:: •T7 t-�. �Ti l E �- • . •- T•0000.- 1� • •- $ TY - — •0000•-0•0•00.•0• Ooo•— ••Ooo•-o•60oOoOo•o-- • •o-- - BED MANHOLE AND PIPE WITH MINIMUM 8" THICK, 6" CONCRETE SLAB (4000 TO 4500 P.S.I.) 3/4" WASHED ROCK GRAVEL OR OTHER CRUSHED WITH #4 012" O.C. STEEL REINFORCEMENT STONE ACCEPTABLE TO THE CITY OF ROUND ROCK NOTES: 1. IF DROP IS SIX INCHES (6") TO TWO FEET (2'-0"), CONSTRUCTION OF DROP SHALL PROVIDE AN OVERSIZED INVERT TO EXTEND UNDER THE DROP CONNECTION. 2. SEE CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR MANHOLE SIZE, LOCATION, CONFIGURATION, TYPE OF TOP SECTION, VENTING REQUIREMENTS, PIPE SIZES AND TYPES. 3. MANHOLES SHALL BE PRECAST A.S.T.M. C478 BELL AND SPIGOT WITH "0" RING JOINTS. 4. MANHOLES TO BE DESIGNED TO RESIST LATERAL AND VERTICAL SOIL FORCES RESULTING FROM MANHOLE DEPTH. ADDITIONALLY, MANHOLES LOCATED IN PAVEMENT TO BE DESIGNED FOR H2O TRAFFIC LOADING. 5. ALL MANHOLE COVERS SHALL BE BOLTED AND GASKETED, WHEN MANHOLES ARE LOCATED OUTSIDE OF PAVEMENT. 6. FRAME ADJUSTMENT HEIGHT SHALL CONSIST OF FIVE INCHES (5") MINIMUM TO EIGHTEEN INCHES (18") MAXIMUM. GRADE RINGS SHALL BE GROUTED WITH A NON-SHRINK GROUT INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. HDPE GRADE RINGS, MAY NOT BE USED. 7. FOR MANHOLES TO BE VENTED, SEE DETAILS WW-05 AND WW-06. 8. A FLOW CHANNEL SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED INSIDE MANHOLE TO DIRECT INFLUENT INTO THE FLOW STREAM. ALL P.V.C. PIPE SHALL BE REMOVED FROM INVERT. 9. BASE SECTION SHALL BE DESIGNED FOR H2O LOADING, PLUS EARTH LOAD AT 130 PCF. 10. ENTIRE INTERIOR CONCRETE SURFACES OF WASTEWATER MANHOLES TO BE COATED WITH RAVEN 405, SPRAYWALL, OR APPROVED EQUAL, (WITH A UNIFORM THICKNESS OF 124 MILS AND A MINIMUM THICKNESS OF 100 MILS, APPLIED AFTER MANHOLE HAS PASSED THE VACUUM TEST). FOR REHABILITATING MANHOLES 1/2" MINIMUM THICKNESS CALCIUM ALUMINATE CEMENTITIOUS COATING AND OTHER INTERIOR SURFACES MAY BE COATED IF RECOMMENDED BY COATING MANUFACTURER. (IN LIEU OF INTERIOR COATINGS NEW PRECAST MANHOLES CONTAINING CONSHIELD WILL BE ACCEPTED PROVIDING THE MANUFACTURER STENCILS "CONSHIELD" ON THE INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF ALL MANHOLE SECTIONS.) RECORD SIGNED COPY DRAWING N O: ON FILE AT U&ES DEPARTMENTCITY OF ROUND ROCK WW-01 APPROVED 03-01-18 PRECAST CONCRETE WASTEWATER DATE f THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER ASSUMES MAN H 0 LE D ETA I L i ROUND ROCK TEXA I.tiQ4 APY;/CbVtftli'NNF M74•Ja�4:: RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE APPROPRIATE USE OF THIS DETAIL. (NOT TO SCALE) i' PREFERRED LOCATION I/ �. S, OF PEDESTRIAN PLANTING OR OTHER NON-WALKING EXTRA WIDTH MAY BE REQUIRED ��� yPUSH BUTTON ITYP) SURFACE OR PROTECT DROP OFF tTYP) FOR CLEARSPACEATiii. PEDESTRIAN PUSH BUTTON, s•MtB. TYPE 1 g lti, TYPE 2 R� TYPE 3 ,v 5'MiN• MN' Roo ./,, -- . .r II R g•M kg � WO T�N1NG .+r - .� Rio y� ' :ex! / '�' ACE .r TURNING ;(/ � � � �t ‘4' .',. �► .� � �� SPACE �`+' =� / �I� � RAMP ti / rlrl � � � illilllliliillll�lll�p / 1110'+ � \---7 * • Il/'rll iss`�' ilIIIIINpppllll1111 . r► I►` Illrl S'PREFERRED if 8� •� 1�11�'' � �.,,»..»„urrlllrrrrrllallullllllllllllllll�C` � •„Illllppllilllllllll CII111114,►Ipltaar! Lin +IIIII 4'MIN. �— . _ ..� x. ,,Irrl::.:,,l I �_� _..`� TUR ING1N� .„i., II mi. � � Ilrlllllfllflllllp�• ,„„rr / SPACE ..! .. ,sb11 •� 6'DESIRABLE ,IIII II11 III►Irrlr,,,,,A,,....� 5'MITel x• FLARE` / RAMP 11�1 � •.•./ �Q tlllrll � -" 6'DESIRE � + �11111 � 4 c� illllllillll �,.• r1 THOUT PEDESTRIAN •I TM PEDESTRIAN 5'MIN. 'I I •'' PUSH BUTTON PUSH BUTTON 6'DESIRABLE -,t-___-__I___-----L2.77- .44, ' Illrrlllrl rlr III'I'I / S 111 I IIIrillli ,Clr ♦ Illlrllillllllllllllllllllllrlll 'Ic CI GRADE BREAK PERPENDICULAR CURB RAW c T YP) PARALLEL Cl RAMP TYPE 6 oh ♦ RAP. 5'MIN. i at I TYPE 20 N. TYPE 71 W CROSS SLOPE NOT TO EXCEED 2X ,� '� S 0Ew4 .. ,� • �, SIO ON ANY PORTION OF RAMP,TURNING �� _ LK "' W ki B /� Ew'MLK ,� SPACE TRANSITION TO STREET. ,� .� . �► ii: .�,�s. 1 S I OENAL K SET BACK FROM CURB) /. T W,� / TURN 7 1►j /=' HI NC IIII • // ..Ac f /01111, T-ji8.3z ' . i •,P 0 .�/ I.-ACE /III, �► / III _�MAL TURNING �.�. ---- '� i I / I SPACE �71C<lit ° ,� / /III / IIII -- -- LI Z �,•4 47; / i.• �, IIIIg / ,, � +. / I1111 ��.-� .,Irrrr� •---• i o 1N , ��•1. / IIIII "'/ ,,�' �,�,• � / �Iil +► •.3x `�,z---------=Z`-ki ....._ ACE _ �' IIII */ III , / IIII 'v�rilitr".« �' ill ,�/ IIII / III r,i F L AR�s•r,rrraw � .. � Dili / III III i /.+r 1. a� IIII •� IIr III , • •- -. I IIIII +��+' fix. �Illilli 111111 IIIII II PEDESTRIAN „„,�»» _ _ I -?111j CIRCULATION �� ,»,.»»._ - � :•TTOM GRADE 1j11j1j1j11111111111i1111'�� ..''--', 5'PREFERRED PATH ».,„„„„„„A„„»�»r„„„„„„„„,A„„„»r»r„„„„, :1:11.1%.S." � :�TTOM A 4 MIN. • � g '� BREAK LINE -_.•� BREAK L 1 NE Ti1 i S j'�P MOTH R UTTER LINE 4r;;7-------`,/\\LGUTTER COMB I NAT 1ON CURB RAMPS �M'�EK w10TS1MIOTN LINECURB RAMPS AT MI OIAN 1SLANDS s•'ul�. N OE.As k! S10 EK,q` s•N1N:10TN 10f11►gLK PREFERRED LOCATION INSTALL DETECTABLE WARNING SURFACE ITYPE 10 '� ....-:-.7 OF PEDESTRIAN :411111111101!,,,,' �� TYPE 5 PUSH BUTTON(TYP) ATEACH ENOOF THE CUT-THROUGHRAMP ''' CROSS SLOPE NOT TO EXCEED 27I,, WI THAM I N I 2 USUAL SIDEWALKIS I OEIAL K ADJACENT TO CURB) / II ON ANY PORT ION OF RAMP,TURNING / Zfals a1 NIG 'I,I* SURFACEBETWEEN. IFMEDIANIS LESS TYPE 21 II' '� +THAN 6'WIDE,ELIMINATE DETECTABLE +� TURNIIV� I111 SPACE OR TRANSITION TO STREET. / CE IIIIIII/ / , =o WARNING SURFACES. +► / SP,MCE IIIIII / IIIIII / / /oW / IIIII/ I+INI / UTTER LINE • / �► , I I I I'I/ /:;/,' ��'�+ II'I,I/ '�j,I, '�►S• �'�` / , t� � rI III/ �'+'� �T.y.� ,"/ / ' / t" �P yj�, .r� �,� ��" fir. r,�� I,1' 4► �. ''„eg it* P' .3 �,/ f,,,, .: ,,, III / / PR0,IECTED SACK - AL[GN CURB PARALLEL �.'I � '�/ Illi � .� +� 'III / OF CURB ♦ WITH CROSSWALK. / 'III .�/ IIIII / '�• O (-oiLk ,;.i•--. ,__,—.-.,,,----- ,t '•\` / IIIII � / � IIII N. `�' III ��� II 111 w % +: � iig § - IIIII 2x Iiliilll'rllpp11111111 . /, I I I I I I I I III X. / I ....».».::"�= r 11p;flllllllll• / ...... •-'` ••• BOTTOM GRADE .MIN. N I. L .- T TOM GRADE 5 % :. MIN. ——•� BREAK LINE �' R BREAK LINE 4.44.p UTTER LINE i NOTE:CURB DETAILS ARE SHOWN ,SIO.MOTH UTTER LINE ..%E.A�IOTN' N. ELSEWHERE IN THE PLANS. -'RE4444.7 E L E PREFE, K NIOTN Z Ml BLENDED TRANSITION E EO.s..N DIRECTIONAL RAMPS WITHIN RADIUS E�'s 1'z v. (FLUSH LANDING) �IIN, ��•. TYPE 22I SHEET 1 OF 4 FLARE BOTTOM GRADE BREAK OF CURB RAMP MOTES/LEGEND: RAMP WILL NORMALLY BE AT GUTTER LINE SEE GENERAL NOTES ON SHEET 2 OF 4 FOR MORE INFORMATION• =In '� 8.3x MAX. SURFACE SLOPES AT GRADE BREAKS SHALL BE FLUSH. exa:Departmentof7ransportation Skid FLARE ik '\ 5'x 5''SPICE TURNING SPACE CONTINUOUS CURB PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES RAiIP � ,�= BEYOND DENOTES PLANT[NG OR �t.1:-� 8.1 MAX. Ill�•. NON-WALKING SURFACE . GUTTER L tNE -•- L NOT PART OF PEDESTRIAN ..v,Y. CURB RAMPS C IRCULATION PATH. u. .( �.� ""P COUNTER SLOPE _.. DETECTABLE WARNING SURFACE ® GRADE BREAK ••••''•• PED-1 8 FLARE FLARE 5X MAX. FILE)psd 8 oaTx00T ariVP 1=ItA I u.PK L.!0 RAMP 8.3%MAX. DENOTES PREFERRED LOCATION RAMP LIMITS __ C�TWO,MARCH.2002 cola a� q{1ilyr ii,E, TYPICAL SECTION OF PERPENDICULAR OF PEDESTRIAN PUSH BUTTON ® OF PAYMENT HE a,COMBINATION ISLAND RAMPS CURB RAMP AT CONNECTION TO ROADWAY IF APPLICABLE. 10;1 OIST COUNT► �IIuT Mop• o ItrL iI GENERAL NOTES DETECTABLE WARNING SURFACE DETAILS t! CURB RAMPS DETECTABLE WARNING PAVERS(IF USED. PEDESTRIAN TRAVEL DETECTABLE WARNING V. DIRECTION SURFACE d g 1. Install)0 curb ramp or blended transition of each pedestrian street crossing, 25. Furnish detectable warning paver units meeting all requirements of ASTM C-936, C-33. Loy in a two by two unit basket weave pattern or os directed, 6 2.All slopes shown ore maximum allowable.Cross slopes of 1.5%and lesser running TURNING i should be used. Adjust curb ramp length Or firOde Of approach Sidewalks Os directed. 26. Loy full-size units first followed by Closure units Consisting Of Ot Ieost 25 percent SPACE h (25%)of o full unit. Cut detectable warning paver units using a power sow. RAW '.; 3.Maximum allowable cross slope on sidewalk and curb romp surfaces is 2%. _ 8 4. The minimum aitlerolk width is 5'. Where the sidewalk is od)ocent to the Dark of curb, SIDEWALKS 2 1M^):: a 6' s i dewa l k width is desirable. Where a 5' sidewalk cannot be provided due to site : constraints, sidewalk width may De reduced t0 4' for short distances. 27. Provide clear ground apace of operable ports, including pedestrian push buttons. IIMMMIIWNIIWIIMellIMINIIIIII • 5'x 5' passing areas at intervals not t0 exceed 200' ore required. Operable ports shall be placed within unobstructed reach range specified in 3 PROWAG section R406. PARALLEL CURB RAMP BACK OF 5. Turning Spaces shall be 5'x 5'minimum.Cross slope shall be maximum 2%. CURB ` 28.Place traffic signal or illumination poles,ground boxes,controller boxes, signs, TYPICAL PLACEMENT OF DETECTABLE WARNING Y6.Clear spore at the bottom of curb romps ah011 be a minimum of 4'x 4'wholly contained drainage focilitiea and other items so as not to obstruct the pedestrian access route SURFACE ON LANDING AT STREET EDGE. Y within the crosswalk and wholly outside the parallel vehicular travel path, or clear ground space. T 6 7.Provide flared sides where the pedestrian circulation both crosses the Curb ramp. 29. Street grades ono cross slopes shall be as shown elsewhere in the plans. Flared sides shall be sloped at 107,maximum,measured parallel to the curb. PEDESTRIAN TRAVEL ° Returned curbs m0 be used only where pedestrians would not normal) walk across 30. Changes in level greater than 1/4 inch ore not permitted. DIRECTION ,,. Y Y Y 9e 6 h the ramp,either because the adjacent surface is planted,substantially obstructed, or otherwise protected. 31. The least possible oracle should be used to maximize accessibility. The running slope i• of sidewalks and Crosswalks within the public right of way may follow the grade of TURNING B. AdditiOn01 infVITTA an an curb rOrtp IOCOtian, design, light reflective value antl the parallel roadway. Where a continuous grade greater than five percent (SiC)must be SPACE 21 texture may be fond in the latest draft of the Propoaetl Guidelines for provided,handrails may be desirable to improve accessibility. Handrails may also be Pedestrian Facilities in the Public Right of Way(PROWAG)as published by the needed to protect pedestrians from potentially hazardous conditions. if provided, handrails DETECTABLE WARNING U.S. Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board(Access Board). shall comply with PROWAG R409. RAMP SURFACE a° 9. To serve os o pedestrian refuge area, the median should be o minimum of 6'wide, 32. Handrail extensions shall not protrude into the usable landing area or into intersecting measured from Dock of curbs. Medicos should be des 1 fined to provide accessible pedestrian routes. ° DOSS°,over or through them. T�� i-SIDE FLARE 33. Driveways and turnouts small De constructed antl paid for in accordance with Item 2TtY1N.) (TYP) g6 1D. Small chorrselizatiOn islands,which d0 not provide a minimum 5'x 5' landing at the 'Inter Sections,Driveways and Turnouts'.Sidewalks shall be constructed and paid for fi t tap of curb ramps, shall be cut through level with the surface Of the Street, in accordance with Item, "Sidewalks'. ---I i 11. Crosswalk dimensions,CrVOW$VIk markings and stop bar locations Shall be Os shorn 34. Sidewalk details ore shown elsewhere in the pions. PERPENDICULAR CURB RAMP BACK OF C� elsewhere in the pions. At intersections where CrOSawalk markings ore not required, CURB W p curb ramps shall align with theore.ical crosswalks unless otherwise directed. TYPICAL PLACEMENT OF DETECTABLE CC WARNING SURFACE ON SLOPING RAAP Rut. a O 12. Provide curb romps to connect the pedestrian OcCOSS route of each pedestrian street crossing. Handrails ore mat required on curb mamba. T S 13. Curb ramps and landings shall be constructed and gold for in accordance with[tem 531 PEDESTRIAN TRAVEL >t "Sidewalks.. n DIRECTION 2, 14.Place concrete of o minimum depth of 5'for ramps, flares and landings, unless otherwise directed. TURNING >« SPACE g- 15. Furnish and install No. 3 reinforcing steel bars at 18.o.c.both ways, = unless otherwise directed. * 510E CURB n NOTEI (TYPI C 16. Provide^smooth transition there the curb ramps Connect to the street. ETECTABLE WARNING PA' R PREFABRICATED DETECTABLE BOTH ENDS OF THE $k$ WITH TRUNCATED DO,S WARNING PANEL DETECTABLE WARNING SURFACE RAMP y I7. Cur Da shown on sheer I within the limits of payment ore considered part of me curb „DE FLARE SHALL BE 5'OR LESS w P romp for poymenr,whether it is concrete curb,gutter, or combined curb and putter. ITYP) FROM BACK OF CURB. + DETECTABLE WARNING • 1 8. Existing features that comp I y w i th app I co l b I e standards may memo i n i n p I ace unless I ess = ;;;;;:;;;;;;,,,,,,,•,,- SURFACE otherw i ae shown an the D Ian a. ____ ___ 2'MIN. • .............. ... ..1,,e, Q c r *5'MAX. DETECTABLE WARNING MATERIAL NO.3 REBAR AT 18. (MAXI -CENTER -(MIN.)5'DEPTH EXCLUSIVE IIIIPr BACK OF o-ETC BOTH WAYS OR AS DI CTED OF DETECTABLE WARNING CURB 19. Curb ramps must contain o detectable warning surface that Consists of raised CLAS`A CONCREtE SHALL I DIRECTIONAL CURB RAMP truncated domes complying with PROWAG. The surface must contrast visually with C(' ORM TO APPLICABLE adjoining surfaces, including side flares. Furnish and install on approved SPECIFICATIONS TYPICAL PLACEMENT OF DETECTABLE Cost-in-place dark brown or dark red detectable warning surface material WARNING SURFACE ON SLOPING RAMP RUN. adjacent to uncolored concrete, unless specified elsewhere in the plops. 20. Detectable Warning Materials must meet TxDOT Departmental Materials Specification SECTION VIEW DETAIL SHEET 2 OF 4 DMS 4350 and be listed on the Material Producer List. Install products in accordance CURB RAMP AT DETECTIBLE WARNINGS with manufacturer's specifications. - • Dlvfsi hl: n 21. Detectable warning surfaces must be firm, stable and slip resistant. 'Texas Dapartmantof DansporbVon Suledaro 22. Detectable morning surfaces shall be o minimum of 24 inches in depth in the direction PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES of pedestrian travel, and extend the full width of the curb romp or landing where the Pedestrian access route enters the street. CURB RAMPS 23. Detectable warning surf OCes shall be located so that the edge nearest the curb line is at the bock Of curb and neither end Of that edge is greater than 5 feet from the back of curb. Detectable warning surfaces may be curved along the Corner radius. 24. Shaded areas on Sheet 1 of 4 indicate the approximate location for the detectable PE D-1 8 warning surface for each curb ramp type. FILE:peals ow.T$DOT fovvP I cc.sm I C..PK 6lc ©TxDo-:MARCH,2002 cow sEcr} (oe I »Iuw. +cnsiows I} I} W W x[v�sco oc,coos S' avrcro a,zo., pis. cauw�. I sw,i�wo. <-- 11 O� v . r i4 SIDEWALK TREATMENT AT DRIVEWAYS I:4 PLANTING OR OTHER •II ' NON-WALKING SURFACE AM g DRIVEWAY PAYMENT """ "' 7, ''",,,,...x..-- At,l<#ti•:' IL...v.,':',- .,,.V.:...,i1....4"...4:e., gi c.#' k a..?0 ' N' ' - ,, . i ;L„..................._. '%.• ....... .:�:.41Atit' ...........,,, 80.--,--\c r .4_,,� CAFE 'Mr' •••••••••• PROTECTED . . II; ............. ZONE ...M �;i I 4"MAX.POST O• .- _ ....._ PROJECT ION 44. lc ♦ ..•.•.•.•.•_.•.• SETBACK S I DEWALK 5�.•:•:•:•:=:•,.�' PROTECTED ZONE ' I PLANTING OR OTHER `•`''I,f,'''' - CI NON NON-WALK SURFACE 4 MAX.WALL PROJECTION MAXIMUM 2X o / h CROSS SLOPE 6' rilDR I VEWAY PAYMENT ... ''' - ,......:. r Ar ‘-- • .0. ` .• •. ••_.•• CANE DETECTABLE A .i 1 `e /iii, RANGE 111111111 ' I a .. +v�•� ��� CLEAR SPACE ADJACENT .•••:•:•;•., 1.NO PROTECTED ZONE TO PEDESTRIAN PUSH BUTTON fi . •`'•'••'• NOTE: 1 N PEDESTRIAN 1 AN CIRCULATION AREA,MAXIMUM 4•PROJECTION FOR POST •'.•.•.•••• OR WALL MOUNTED OBJECTS BETWEEN 27 AND•O ABOVE THE SURFACE. li .......... 11; .Iiiiii.„ APRON OFFSET SIDEWALK ri r§ 1 1 •`••• MAX.LENGTH OF •'--••• OBSTRUCTION MIN.DISTANCE DRIVEWAY PAYMENT,,,, •`:1.:•'•` ._ 2E 2 o BETWEEN OBSTRUCTIONS �'�\ 5'-0. 411° CURB STRUCT ION cP�E�HYDRANTETC. PEDESTRIAN WITHa�,,, GUIDE CANE ✓ ` ' il ...:.--..: 7.- I L.1 1-- • / '‘14W 0 >27. .. 27•MAX. L I F4'MIN.AT ��`�' __. rWIDE S I DENAL K OBSTRUCT ION t r w-, 5'S I DEWAL K 5'S I DEWAL K &o a ,,�'. M IN• 4'1.11N.AT MIN. WHEN AN OBSTRUCT!.OF A HEIGHT GREATER THAN PROTRUDING OBJECTS OF A HEIGHT 127- .1:8 ,��,,,' OBSTRUCTION 27•FROM THE SURFACE WOULD CREATE A PROTRUSION ARE DETECTABLE BY CANE AND DO NOT i 31 ,f OF MORE THAN 4"INTO THE PEDESTRIAN C1RCULATION REQUIRE ADDITIONAL TREATMENT. AREA,CONSTRUCT ADDITIONAL CURB OR FQUNOAT ION o I AT THE BOTTOM TO PROVIDE A MAX I JJM 4.OVERHANG. OR I VEWAY PAYMENT 1 •%: %= • DETECTION BARRIER FOR ,►,a PLAN VIEW VERTICAL CLEARANCE<80" <::::''''''''''' '� '•''=" 2211:6;'2:.2:72W7�� `'';: % '�' 1��`� �•;=,'�. * �� PLACEMENT OF STREET FIXTURES . �, SNEET3OF4 •' • �4I.., NOTES I TEMS NOT INTENDED FOR PUBLIC USE. ,;.,;;,•,;.,;; � MINIMUM 4'X 4'CLEAR GROUND SPACE • REQUIRED AT PUBLIC USE FIXTURES.. .• 74::. of 'I i::ia:::7.: :4;1."3 ::::.:1:!:. PEDESTRIANFACILITIES iz, RANP SIDEWALK CURB RAMPS NOTES: PED—1 8 *WHERE DRIVEWAYS CROSS THE PEDESTRIAN ROUTE, SIDES SHALL BE FLARED AT 10%MAX SLOPE. FILE:PeC18 .Tx.T I D*+VP I CR/KM I..PK&JG ©Tx.,MARCH,2002 cart sect JOB I RID., **IF CURB HE I GHT IS GREATER THAN 6 INCHES,USE REVISIONS il.......1 GRADE LESS 1HAN OR EQUAL TO 5%.HANDRAIL AND a.. DETECTABLE WARNING ARE NOT REQUIRED. iiiii Fil0� Olsi CONNIt+ SKEE1 NO. i ' , 14 II TYPICAL CROSSING LAYOUTS SEE SHEET 1 OF 4 FOR DETAILS AND DIMENSIONS PREFERRED LOCATION OF k g PEDESTRIAN PUSH BUTTON(TYP) /gi + STOP BAR / *+ K, 5'X S'MIN.I / + + 5'X 5'(MIN.) !I TURNING SPACE / + + TURNING SPACE S h \ _.. i U4\ ++ SPLIT RAO I AL VO. / / �,/WA K- RAMP PLACEMENT CROSS LI I SIDEWALK AV. \/ ir, .:. si DEWAL K I• .!,1.1, *, \ / + 4 ...,.+4,,444, C1 -, - - - - - S!DEWAL K ADJACENT 4'x 4'MIN.I SIDEWALK ADJACENT ++ + °h TO CURB MANEUVERING SPACES TO CURB 1:Iii0P6' + + 6 h CROSSWALK i 5'X 5'cM I N.) �, SHARED I; SKEWED INTERSECTION WITH LARGE RADIUS - -./ J TURNING SPACE i I HftNSTOPBAR I: I. ; STOP BAR t g♦ •xc N) t� AT INTERSECTION • 5 5'M[ W/FREE RIGHT TURN`ISLAND 1 i TURNING SPACE t , 440..41 ifS CROSSWALK / it it it:P III, SIDEWALK i SIDEWALK ),;.....-/ ,*_,I,� + + SIDE L AlW\ // + N! SIDEWALK ADJACENT I I 4'x 4'(MIN.) / 7 if SIDEWALK REMOTE TO CURB MANEUVERING FROM CURB s X 5,MIN.) 1.5 SPACES TURN 1 NC SPACE .1 :.:14,ude,T,� _ ION WITH RADIUS ( SIDEWALK I-. � �- S'MI N. SKEWED INTERSECTION SMALL _05'MIN. SIDEWALK + + + + + v► + + + + o + 6 PREFERRED. + ,� �, + + + + + + I e� l .F t• SIDEWALK ADJACENT SIDEWALK REMOTE TO CURB FROM CURB II ++ STOP BAR MID-BLOCK PLACEMENT IL Z ++ 1 PERPENDICULAR RAMPS .i.L!I§ s'x 5'ma.) + TURN t NG SPACE + I•.•i � 1 CROSSWALK SIDEWALK 0lp 141., + + + t , 1 I, SIDEWALK + + + + `-.-.�.-.- - - - .-,.-; SHEET 4OF 4 SIDEWALK REMOTE I 4'X 4'(MIN.) I SIDEWALK ADJACENT TO CURB fm o! mid .204-• =, FRS CURB MANEUVER I NG ---- SPACES T A FACILITIES LEGEND= PEDES RI N . SHOWS DOWNWARD SLOPE. � CURB RAMPS NORMAL INTERSECTION WITH SMALL RADIUS DENOTES PREFERRED LOCATION OF PEDESTRIAN PUSH BUTTON(IF APPLICABLE). PED-1 8 DENOTES PLANTING OR NON-WALK ING SURFACE v.. FILE:Dear a aw TxpOT I o�rVP I cKrKM(au PK 6 JG NOT PART OF PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION PATH. 16 V.-' TOOT:TF .32CH,2 cool SECT rob wicw..r v l s loss M; . iiFEii iii& . OISr C011Mrr I SMEEr N0. y gi 4 Pavement Edge 6"min,when o��► Shoulder width no shoulder exists(typ.) ~ may vary(typ.1 I\ 1' P.! 4°Ye low Center Iine 10°min.-12"max. a '~.- = o =Lbo 0 4"white o 0 0 0 ILo 0 0 2 30' 10' Edge L1. ine 4"Solid fi 4°Solid 3"min,-4"max. •-m Yellow Line 3"min.-4"max, Yellow line s o� �C`" Shomayu I der r i dth • !F vary TWO LANE TWO-WAY ROADWAY WITH OR WITHOUT SHOULDERS 82� A4'min. 4 min. gm+ Pov®rnent Edge 6"mien.Ityp.) � � Pavement Edge 6"min.(typ.) - ES �` ', 4, 30 max. 30 max. 1., 4 >a � STSoIidOP Nwhite fi Ai 4"white Lone Line a 4"white Lone Line 4°Yellow Edge Line Nidths 12"min. o c_� o o c o o t o . 24"max. 30' 1 30' 10 C EDGE LINE j'il - o 0 0 0 o c 4 Solid white s � g 0. 4"Solid 4"white Edge Line `t/ „4°white Edge Line CENTERLINE s ;I'♦ Yellow Line ° 4°Yellow o o o o = 6"min.�, Length:10' + Yp• GM.30' al »Fe:FO: AL tk. s Iine ............. g6+ EDGE LINE AND LANE LINES 41 on approaches to 2 o CENTERLINE AND LANE LINES " " FOUR LANE TWO-WAY ROADWAY (123 max.for traveled ONE-WAY ROADWAYual intersection$ K ' ~* Mini mart Requirements (SOD min.) Minimum Requirements 1:41 WITH OR WITHOUT SHOULDERS way 48 greater WITH OR WITHOUT SHOULDERS for Edgel roes for Centerlines without Edgel Ines Trove 1 e0 May width 20' Pavement width 16 w<20 a♦ .Dli Pavement Ewe 4"Minimun . iiii GUIDE FOR PLACEMENT OF STOP LINES, O+ _ __ 4" �� •► EDGE LINE & CENTERLINE o 2215 N 4"white Lane Line white 30-45° Based on TroveIed way and Pavement widths for Undivided Highways 4 white Edge Line ', Bridge Rail o 0 0 0 0 0ilit or Fr 4"Yellow Edge Line 4"Solid Yellow line � 4 a ��„ of C urb TABLE 1 - TYPICAL LENGTH (L) fl 10 m I n.- 20'typ. 'MEW 12"min, - " 24'typ. Posted Speed Formula a Median 12°max.-tal� - - - -- ---- - -* - ----- Width Median w wh 1 to edge I ne <40 wS 2 Width L. 60_ ---7- 1 .... ..... .... ,===. >45 L=wS 4"Yellow Edge Lines <i) OC (L) 43"min.from Cis> Lone width greater than or equal to 11' ' - - epgeline to 8 edge l y i e I d I i ne *Gr I�.resnt t I.so..a a w.d on roods nrisr. hartto ep..as nonaoll.x�o..o 1ne posfd sod ltmft. .1.notv1.0 I..0,snow d be rounded up to nearest 8 Solid white ChanneliZing Line 12"-24"white Stop or Yield line Varies R white edgeline s too*tom. 0 0 0 0 L•L�t�►Ot CrosMoto>1tro(FT.f NaidM o1 OM.tit.1 4"White Edge Line NOTESs s•vosied so..d trv+u y 4"white lone Line 1.No-passing zone on bridge approach is optional but if used,it shall be a minimum 500 feet long. 2.For crosshatching length(L)see Table 1. EXAMPLES: 3.The width of the offset(w)and the required crosshatching width is the full shoulder width in An 8 foot shoulder in advance of o bridge reduces to All medians shall be field measured to determine the location of necessarystri advance of the bridge striping,.Stop/Yield 4.The crosshatching is not required if delineators or barrier reflectors are used along the structure. 4 feet on a 70 MPH roadway.The length of the cross- bars and centerlines shall be placed when the median width is greater than 30 ft.The median hatching should be: width is defined as the area between two r•.•..s of a divided highway measured from edge of 5.For guard fence details,refer elsewhere in the plans. L=8 x TO s 560 ft. traveled way to edge of traveled way.The medi•.excludes turn lanes.The median width might be A 4 foot shoulder in advance of o bridge reduces to different between intersections,interchanges ohd of opposite approaches of the same intersection. 2 feet on o 40 MPH roadway.The length of the cross- The narrow mad i on width will be the contra I I i nQ,width to determine if murk i ngs ore required. ROADWAYS WITH REDUCED SHOULDER hatch i ng•should be:be:so 106.6T f t.rounded to 110 f t. FOUR LANE DIVIDED ROADWAY INTERSECTIONS WIDTHS ACROSS BRIDGE OR CULVERT -VI+Texas Deportment of Transportation 3 to 12" 4 Traffic Operations Division GENERAL NOTES MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS -.I 1E- 24" 1.Edgeline striping shall be as shown in the p4ans or as directed by the Engineer. PAVEMENT MARKERS(REFLECTORIZED) DMS-4200 The edge 11 ne shou I d typically be p l aced a m i l 1 min of 6 inches from the edge of 36 IV TYPICAL STANDARD Pavement.This distance may vary due to pavement raveling or other conditions. EPDXY ANO ADHESIVES OMS-6100 Edge l roes ore not required in curb and gotta'sections of roadways. BITUMINOUS ADHESIVE FOR PAVEMENT MARKERS DMS-6130 FOR POSTED SPEED ON ROAD BEING MARKED EQUAL TO OR GREATER THAN 45 MPH PAVEMENT MARKING S 2.The traveled way includes only that portion Of the roadway used for vehicular TRAFFIC PAINT DMS-8200 travel and not the parking lanes,sidewalks,berms and shoulders.The traveled 3 to 12" ways sho I I be measured from the inside of edge l i ne to inside of edge I i ne of o HOT APPLIED THERMOPLASTIC DMS-8220 -0,1.12. PM(1)-1 2 two lone roadway. "I V V V V V V V V V V V r PERMANENT PREFABRICATED PAVEMENT MARKINGS DMS-8240 18 _ T_ •��!`. .•.,-, r►;••,filar �,}vc'fRCr-r !'r? i.N. I,. ��:►ri�T,r�,�l Ks•.n�' A I I pavement mOrk i FOR POSTED SPEED ON ROAD BEING MARKED EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN 40 MPH --- -+ 1 _l_---_ rg materials shall meet the TE �,h j raga i red Departments I Mater iv I Spec i f i cat ions Q pE;',I,Nti H:�°a N N 8-�2-12 �-__-'�--_ - -t--_ a L as specified by the pions. YIELD LINES e _+ y,.T` 1 v.= oc 3-03 TL y ��' REFLECTIVE RAISED PAVEMENT MARKERS MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS o± PAVEMENT MARKERS(REFLECTORIZED) DMS-4200 0! FOR VEHICLE POSITIONING GUIDANCE EPDXY AND ADHESIVES DMS 6,00 g BITUMINOUS ADHESIVE FOR PAVEMENT MARKERS DMS-6130 g- SEE DETAIL'A" SEE DETAIL•8. Centerline TRAFFIC PAINT DMS-8200 -e a / S tricot oround centerline r --_ yAA1D _ _ __-_----- - HOT APPLIED THERMOPLASTIC DMS 8220 a c Type II-A-A ------pea / PERMANENT PREFABRICATED PAVEMENT MARKINGS DMS-8240 ni< I� _fin..two-way left turn lane 0 1 1 0 0 0 (ID 1 o (ID- Type II A-A , All pavement marking materials shall meet the 0 1 0 1 a 1 1 a o 0 required Departmental Material Specifications in is I- 80' -I.-40' -►I.----40'-►I• 40'--.-1 CjI> 4> I. 40' 1� 40'-�I` 40' as specified by the p l ons. gIea t O e g8 OE CENTERLINE FOR ALL TWO LANE ROADWAYS o a 1 , 0 0 o r , o Y EZ> type t c I eo' >I t 'S Ire" oz Typ.,c CENTERLINE AND LANE LINES FOR TWO—WAY LEFT TURN LANE A .g, 0 0 , o , ,---, a 1 , ill' T SEE DETAIL"C" e l a Type II-A-A Ref lectori zed o. 0 0 CP Surface g„g00 ['/ Type I-C or[[C R „6o a [ 80' VVV r Type I (Top View) v 2 0 1 1 o a o , o = - 1.:Ii a o a a Y Type I-C or II-C-R .- p lit a 1 , 1 1 a 1 , O a = ° CENTERLINE & LANE LINES Raised pavement marker Type I-C,clear I•' 80' i n c lope toward normal traffic,shall F5 FOR FOUR LANE TWO—WAY HIGHWAYS be placed on 80-foot centers. 1 A1:-. A Type I[A A 1•_2• i Type,i-A-A AdlIllL LID i 4N Reflector zed — 1-4 4• LANE LINES FOR ONE—WAY ROADWAY (NON—FREEWAY FACILITIES) Sur face n n 4" 3-4' Raised pavement markers Type II C R shall hove clear face Type II (Top View) I'-4' 1••_4 • toward normal traffic antl red face toward wrong-way trafic. 4"I_� 111111.11 14" • t 35°max- iype II A A 1•-2" o 25 min DETAIL "A" DETAIL "B" DETAIL "C" _ OD D D D D O D D D D D D 0 D D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 �Aahesive GENERAL NOTES Roadway CENTER OR EDGELINE 12.,,. Surface SECTION A I. All raised pavement markers placed in broken 11nea Shall De placed in Ilne with and midway between m 0 0 D D 0 0 D 0 IylU'•1U�1�i���1�'�'�1�1 the stripes. �C ,o- 30' BROKEN LANE LINE 2. on concrete pavements the raised pavement markers RAISED PAVEMENT MARKERS should De placed to one side of the longitudinal REFLECTORIZED PROFILE Joints.PATTERN DETAIL Texas Department of Transportation USING REFLECTIVE PROFILE PAVEMENT MARKINGS All Traffic oom"aflans DHIslan 12.:i" 18"•I' k k �I qii•.liz• POSITION GUIDANCE USING 9/4„•Y4• 30o to Soo mil RAISED MARKERS �41 /0 oR 06-^ J I I,„ nneight i D 1[J1i/o.Po.OR - cit••li2• REFLECTORIZED PROFILE - ' A Quick field check for the thickness of Dose line and profile marking is approximately MARKINGS 2 to 3" 2 to 3• equal to o stock of 5 Quarters too moxlmun height of 1 quarters. PM(2)—12 4.EDGE LINE OR CENTERLINE OPTIONAL 6•EDGE LINE OR CENTERLINE 4•LANE LINE OPTIONAL 6"LANE LINE NOTE: 4-92 2-10 .,.. N1w Profile markings shall not be placed on roadways S-00 2-12 i a 08 with a posted speed limit of 45 MPH or less. o,. 2-OB • cil 2 1 Mile clone Dropl a �r Var i g i t 1 Varies .§ e note 3 ar es o u� it! �- ' - Yel low Solid� It 3 9 8 white <7.3 ilS? j=1 II glone line ° e. _.. . 00 e /1.Dotted :N7,P. �� ,,,,— 0- - - o T in •• i•� 1•rh i to M ". 4 3-4. •o` 0 A broken:S: '. «� �, �.� �.w N 24•white a <3 i ... Type I I•A-A spaced of 20. o 0 0 0«- «` N_ ... Type i I-A-A Markers ,., rty0.1--oc i2)3 v+1. , 3 4- ace gli 4•ye I low f�rOken 4•ye I I Or s0 l i d z § « o . _:-- . i- ?Ili . ......mmos....... ** r Type I.0 o ii i 8•white iTyp)J Tits:I I-C-R Y, 4. 0. N ♦ spaced at 20 re I I or Solid :_..,: 32i "§! ...... .. C> typ ico 32 f• - itil • DETAILA z b SEE MAIL e p O M 1F rib ***T yp i co I I y e0uo 1 to�/: the I engtn of storage 1 one - 20' 8•w>7 i to oar Two-NAY STREET \r> Type I C 801 id I- lii.'� TYPICAL TWLTL AT TWO-WAY CROSS STREET AND RIGHT TURN LANE DROP - �' •6�� , I Mile tAwci l iary Lane) ikill DETAIL C o�« ! varies(See note�1 � 1. 12•whit- 1.1i 41' Dtted8ieLeline n� p e �iii lt,e �"fi Step Line 1 i nea .-o oD ... o 6 48' o 0 o a0 0 I Type I-C .<:) ili fR T•I L f i no l p 1 ocement of Stop Bow 1;. oW -- �- -� and Crosswalk Ma1i oe approved.; iig ,7, . GENERAL NOTES !, . _ 4•white broken <3 by the Eng i veer in the f i e I d. 1.Reface entse ae f a;beans for Odd i t i ono I RPM DETAIL B i - ii 2.Lone use word and arrow markings sh911 be used yellow broken 1•yelloir where throb lanes approaching on intersection broken become mandatory turn lanes.Lane use word and -- Iilli. arrow mark i ngs ah0u l d De used in OWt 1 1 i�y lanes �� MA T E R 1 AL SPEC IF!CATIONS of subst ant i a l length. lane use arrow markings ii _� ���t61L A 4•�,,pr SO,id or word and arrow r'sOrk i nqs may be used i n other PAVEMENT MARKERS tREFLECTOR I ZED) DMS-4200 lanes arm turn bays for a sphas i s. Details for : �...... words and arrows Os shorn in the Standard Highway EPDXY AND ADHESIVES OIAS-6100 Sign Designs for Texas. C..> i BITUMINOUS ADHESIVE FOR PAVEMENT MARKERS OMS-6130 3.When'one used word and arrow markings ore used, two sets of arrows should be used if the length of TRAFFIC PAINT CIS-8200 the boy is greater than 180 feet.when a single 4.white broken HOT APPI 1 E D TNERMOPLAST 1 C DIMS-8220 Ions use arrow or word and arrow marking is usedfor o short turn lone.t t shoo 1 d be located of or 0 0 0'1431 near the upstream end of the full-width turn lane. PERMANENT PREFABRICATED PAVEMENT MARKINGS DMS-8210 ' - 4.::=IcroglrfOrrn:Mclogrt7:7 g,T::.:T:::sbe AII pavement markinD materia1s shalI meet the TYPICAL TWLTL AT ONE-WAY STREET AND RIGHT TURN AUXILIARY LANE required Departmental Material Specifications used. as specified by the plans. 5.Roi8e0 Pavement marker Type I-C with undiv ided 7ighz" fr lmediansandtworaylrur7I t t,lospovelllent marker Type 1C•Rwth Type II-A-A Markers 4.Mellow divided hipheoy$and raised medi0ns. Solid Be A gtI -wayett-turntTw�T)1�e-use aw pavementmang sh4 be used Ot or just doonstreoru tram i MO \ I Type 1I-A-A Markers the beginning of o two-way left-turn lane within a corridor. Repeating the marking after each . .a. . 1.'2 0,1 intersection or dedicated turn boy is not required • rr unless stated elsewhere In the plans. r.'�• ailiWallr'-4.' * • • o ° ° <3 2h T f u I I lane w i Oth TQI T/Q% 11o�r�° Typ ico 112'Min.0,• �an ile LIMIL. PAVwEMENT II�ARK INGS FOR I ° o TWO- AY LEFT TURN LANES - See note 6 DIVIDED HIGHWAYS AND 0�i'tTypl � I � ••::t••• :..•:.::: ci> RURAL LEFT TURN BAYS 8•white PM(3)-12 ityp- See Note S 01401 April 19% ow noon I u.TOOT low root l CR.T M001 TYPICAL TRANSITION FOR TWLTL 5.00 2-li.rslas SECT I 1.11 I Nam.., J TYPICAL TWO-LANE HIGHWAY INTERSECTION WITH LEFT TURN BAYS ANDHIGHWAYIIIQ,ST• COW,T L[1... a_ DIVIDED .l rirri •V NOTES S i Gera 1 k \** shred use pathway. 90• Al:Center of RR most to center of roi I: 12 minim" 15 typical. See latest PEO standard sheets Detectab I e warning VO\ A\ A2:Tip of gate to center of roiI: 12.minim"15.typicoI. for pedestrian fociIities (x2) 17 e:Center of most(cant i I ever,gate,or most f I asher)of nearest active • `, `•�� traffic control device to atop line:6' (NOTE:Stop line may be moved `�.,..t G \II\ as needed,but should be at least 6'back from pates, if present). ESee RCD(2) it>25' Curb and :•— C:Center of detectable warning device to nearest rail:6'minimum , gutter — kg? i � \IIN 4 .Eg- O:Centerofgatemosttocenterofcant i I evermost:6typ icot.NOTE:Cantileey Delted infrontor ind aes.$tg 4.Bra - W10 1 E:4V2:leni!:ediontlgtrtOe:e.:1411e1 iI:lifhtgr. Wh i to R R 36•DIA. 0 I I e I fag -. o o o � --- - N �� j F:43,y2:021:nking,:o=df=ggInoTig:v:Trgt or aidewoIk: 3'minimum. g - /4 Yellow a - � � \\*%\\ q p gauge panels. 2 I I G:Length panels roil:6.tpicoI. le: (optional. eng pm'te Wong Y Z H:Width of field pane I:2'typ i co I (check with ra i I road company). II: g24•White I=Distance between rotIs=4'-6.5•. 7-1..,Broken t t •- IAt\ : i f Quiet • ite � 24 Wh e _ J=Tip Of gate to tip Of gate 2 max mum or Due Zone SSM or 90x i 2 WhiteA\ A\ of traveled way covered by gates for all other locations. .11 o p =� K:Nearest edge of RR Cabin from edge of pavements 30'typical. . .___1 \V A\ NOTE:Cabinet not required to be para I t e 1 to of pavement. r♦ 0 SEE DETAIL A . . • L:Nearest edge of RR cabin from nearest rail:25.typical. o o I i.____f \V o �_ 4•White i -- . Vt\ M:Center of RR moat to edge of s i dewa 1 k:6'm i n i mum. tttt® 24 White N:Center of gate most to leading edge of non-traversable medians (x2) 1 'mint t qualify a Quiet Zone SSM, NOTE:60'wi I t - Vt\ 00 mum o quo y as e �, ..- ...4 �, AMINE sut f i ce if there is a street intersection within the 100'and 11; all street i ntersecf i ono w i th t o 60 are closed. ■ :sal:m.1n% 12 ). 30' 4. A , :A 1I. A\ .7 A\ �j O::LC 2:4:JD:Lis... :1"1"r. '°"4.3el`f134:41'.1.1urrian gates.• "� ee mum rig. , 10 I 60'Itt _Li li 6 1,g• ��"' 8 D 1t P:Center of RR moat to face of curb:4'-3•minimum. a, °: s Center of RR most to edge of pavement(with shou I der):6 minimum t.o a .maw s� ..e Center of RR most to edge of pavement(no shoulder.:8 3 m i mum 2 2 Oii161).DIA. -1r NOTE=BNSF prefers 5'-3.. 7',and 9'-3.minimums,respeCtively. E~o T - as Gote I the 2e'or I ees typ i ca I,but ra i!road cpnpony may al low 24 �.. 20 16' lc up to 32 under spec i o I c i ro s stonees. ilit: — DIRECTION r `, R=stop I1ne to tlrat RR cossing tsverse line(bike lone):50'typical. 2 WAY, MULTIPLE LANES EACHDETAIL Ae� S:St I i ne to GRADE CROSSING ADVANCE WARNING(610-1)sign and adjacent g 0 - 0 RR�Crossing pavement markings.See Tab i e I.See RCD(2)for other signs. O Y% TABLE 1 LEGEND GENERAL NOTES Des i rob l e 1.Medians and curbs must be non-traversab l e to qua I i fy i• Sign ae a Quiet Ione Supplementary SafetyMeasure(SSM). - - - _ -- -. Approach P I ocement Y 4.Broken Speed Imph I (feet)i Object Marker Non-trave�rsab I e curbs in Quiet Zones are 6.to I I minimum Yellow 10 60 41)1OubS(Vel 201et Q and used on roadways where speed does not exceed 40 mph. '0 (• •'• •1low 25 00 100 a Traffic Flow 2.Raised pavement markers may be used to supplement striping. © t- _____ 30 100 See PM 12)and PM(3)standard sheets. = 35 100 ❑ I Cant i 1 ever 0 40 125 3.In i ans preferred whenever poss i b I e to prevent veh i c I es Cyk.Au.A 45 175 Gate Assembly tram driving around dotes. ► 4.Longitudinal edge atripin0 soy be continued thru cxoaaing 50 250 : :ITFlasher as needed. Illuninotiony also becconsideredto nighttime IS55 325 visibility. Ir 60 400 1190:A.- _ _ 0 65 475 5.See SMD standard sheets for s i gn mount 1 ng det a i l s. 4ii --� TO 550 2 LANES,2—WAY 7 0 6.See the Standard Highway S iqn De�i gn for Texas Texas(SHE mama 5 65 for sign and pavementmark ng de of I S. rodft U Varies(check with T -- T railroad company) ` (1 i:s NOTES ]woes of d -- � I A T l Concrete grads crossing pavement' Pavement T:Tip of gate to edge of curb: 6. Rubber Gauge F ietd 6• RAILROAD CROSS I NG 0 = qr t max for Qu i et Z SSM, i nowt Pane 1 Pane I -�. ttt•® d 90x of traveled way covered by gates for all otherDETAILS 7.,77,.t 4t ocat i onoease ��>Q 7•Tie ��. �_ •,e SIGNING, STRIPING, AND ttt■� u:Non-th frar a0 I e curb •• e • c> ttt�� • e °e e° 8•Bo I lost e e • • length from gate: too min. e • • DEV ICE PLACEMENT _ _ ,, for o Quiet Zone SSM, N 10'min for all other MOter i a l RCD(1)-1 6 g -.3 i locations. , i 6•Perforated drain pipe TILE. rcdi-16. tna TxQOT CaTxOOTioin T.7 johTxOOT with balIast(as needed) QTxQOT F.RUARr 2016 con J SECT JOBM1G►�t�Y1SI0NS.... 36poiA. RR1-�VAY STREET WITH CURB '�; (4484k CROSSING SURFACE CROSS SECTION otsT C01JMT1► SHEET�. , 50' So• t Z' TARE 1 GENERAL NOTES 1.Railroad company to provide active traffic control devices, p H I I ii �- Approach Desirable CROSSSUCK(R15-1),NUMBER OF TRACKS P I oque(R15-2P) (i f more than I •� , 3 C ii Speed P I acement 1 track),and EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION(I-13)signs. 1 1 -►- Im�f i feet I , 2.Low GROW)CLEARANCE(W10-5)signs may be relocated further + M ®DI"C O 0'®110.1 O 8 0R g 20 100 upstream of crossir1g to provide advance warning of alternate route. � 4O0 N®s. I5' NOTES 251003.GRADE CROSSING AND INTERSECTION ADVANCE WARNING(W10-2)signs may 100 min See Table 16 � m�n 30 ,00 �I.A shared use pathway is considered a separate pathway 35 100 be mod i t i ed as needed to tit roadway geometry. Pt' See Table 1 crossing when more than 25•fran traveled way of 40 125 4.Table 1 placement distances may vary per Sect.2C.05 of the TMUTCD. adjacent roadway. 45 175 115 cif no©or®sign uWed i NOTES So 250 5.See Tab I e 1 to determine p l acxment of STOP AHEAD(W3-1)and 2.Detectab I e warning used of stop bar. YIELD AHEAD(13-2)signs un I ess otherwise. .1_.... 1.Stop or yield sign may also be 55 325 rig instaIIed to the left of the3.Smo11 ai sisea preferred than shown to the right60 400 6.00 NOT STOP ON TRACKS(R6-8)signa iHatoIIed when potentioI for crossbuck sign,rather than below it. on this sheet. 65 4 T5 veh i c l ea stopping on tracks i s s i gn i f i cant as determined by lai 2.A 2°white retroreflective strip 70 550 sealing engineer. Install so sign does not block view of RR moat. PASSIVE CROSSING shall l be installed I I ed on front and back PATHWAY CROSSING T5 650 Sign i f Texas(SHSO)manual far re.: T.See the Standard Highway ghway S g Design or of croasbuck sign post, sign and pavement marking details. et NOTE -a- SIGNS lb ETU__ IF NEEDED Thia design shows o 4-way stop scenario •• 14 • CT on I y. Other a i gns may be substituted for e e s s o E traffic signal a-other traffic control e scenarios. This note also opp1ies to 1 I �� - Ir. j ■=.� -=__ T Intersection design below. ■ -~ w10-5 �•i � q tt 111 � ®� 36 X36 = 4Q 4 See Tab I e 1 ®36"DIA. w10-1 ®36"X36" w10-2L 3 w10-2R 4 IOX�fltBD!OZ. 0 q q 0 aEARAUCE lit ';' i. . X 6 136 36 O 2-WAY jb IF NEEDED IF NEEDED '1 ' - r I ii ,e ,4 R 15 1 = Ain 7 median width Min 6 median width DO NOT y`'. 48°X9' .� II11 I _ to support sign to support sign R 1_1 Q`��' �'i -,� STOP 0 Ot 36°X36° c' 4 ,b ©� Ri S .■ _ / / �- ON TRACKS R 15-2P° :. F 7 • w TRACKSEm3 R1-3P27 X182/2 - . 0 (.9F �f - q R1-1 I� B 18 X6 r . Side I i i s o f.A.<100, +--� "' "" R8-e w3-1 36 X36 %o � O 4 g X 6O q 7 E31 2 30 30X30 (j) h Oi aeon n«...2 6 k See Table 1 4f'l.,' R15 1 w10-1 =53 g 0 Apr;, 4 8 X 9 4 ,� R R( JwDiA. 1s us rn N o i% q q - ,, q -WAY WITH MEDIAN - ��R15-i A <100 A >100 ��R15-2Ptl �,q8°X9° �g'lo�ced See Table 1.Place pavement parkinga 27 X18 �,43, WES w 10-13 P perpend. and signs on oppoa i to aide of See Tab I e 1.Place pavement markings and a i pna 8$11 O n�lo R15-2Ppp U "X 4" to troveI °B° intersection from roiI if spacing between roiI and intersection if spacing from 27.X18. 30 2 l anew. from Table 1 would put markings Table 1 would put markings within intersection. within intersection. 4 ss I13 ®\J/R12 O ° .� ° ©15 X9 GRADE CROSSING AND I NTERSECT I M ADVANCE WARNING 4 8 X4 8 X 4 8 _ q ° (W10-2,W10-3,W10-4)signs should only be C See Table 1. installed if W 10-1 a i 9n is not between �� - IF NEEDED CC Mg:4%7n :27:tPlagu! =GROUND intersection and railroad crossing. If needed, RI see Table 1. CLEARANCE PloQUe(W10-SP) if needed is O� mounted below W10-2/W10-3/W10-4 signs. See Table 1 , GRADE CROSSING NEAR A PARALLEL STREET ' 1-WAY t 3 w3-2 No Tir L w1 o-5P 0 3o°X30° Tuul 30°X24" CLEARANCE 30"X24° 0 5 iQ See Table 1 - _ -r--►- Trillb 10 eras. ofThva dwn�dkid lH .......- ..:lig: TIP RA ROAD CROSS I NG 11.---� � T 11= II No E 4 F Railroad crossing pavement mark i nos and 311 5 SIGNING & STRIPING t• adjacent si s not incIuded when distanceQr >100' between near edge of intersection and near NOTE • ro 1 I I a l ess than 100. GRADE CROSS I NG k See T Table e 1 AND INTERSECTION ADVANCE WARNING IW10-3) Separate active traffic RCD(2)-1 6 s Uae Table 1 if sufficient signs I nsta I l ed on roadway parallel with control devices,ra i I road c ILE. rcd2-16.dgn o.TxDOT us TxDOT lox,TxDOT Vas TxDOT Space exists. rail in this case. crossing pavement markings, and adjacent signs required cQ TxDOT FEBAUARY 2016 COOT+SECT ale HIOWL. acviscoNs T-INTERSECTION op °are'"°re than ADJACENT CROSSINGSiii • oast i CO." 1 sMEEt MD. 1z, iLti TRAFFIC CONTROL STANDARD DETAILS AND EXHIBITS .�•, 19.T' 6'� 24.S' 4.9' BARRICADE AND CONSTRUCT!• IBC) STANDARD SHEETS GENERAL NOTES: R..44- �' , ti1 1. TheBarricade n tr d oStandardh t t) r intended n 1 �' 1 . COLORS: N � a d Cons � Sheets s (BC sheets) are a ded FLUORESCENT M g! to show typical examp I es for •I ocement of temporary traffic control R•.13- iEcLALtr"usp 0 • 6» devices, construction pavemen mork i ngs, and typ i co l work zone signs. :7, m :o `'' STAY ALERT i k The information contained in hese sheets meet or exceed the requirements R.1.1. 4 N BORDER AND ="_ f/•Eil shown in the"Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices" (TMUTCD). 4 LEGEND -1.- f.: 2. The development and design of the Traffic Control Plan (TCP)is the f;‘ R..79' I ;,responsbilit of the En neeY g FLUORESCENT ,ANGE �I Z' �'' 1' ' BACKGROUND . 75' BLACK k i « 3. The Contractor may propose chi,•ges to the TCP that are s i gned and sealed LEGEND. 1 TALK OR TEXT LATER iif by a licensed professional engineer for approval. The Engineer may develop, WHITE o - BORDER sign and seal Contractor propcsed changes. AND SYMBOL 11 1.25' === 1. 1,,..'. 4. The Contractor is responsible for installing and maintaining the traffic BLACK---, >`\ef ' ) F ..- control devices as shown in tre plans. The Contractor may not move or change - e, :::: ::;:;°:: ofcry 1 t. shifts and detours should, when possible, meet the WHITE • L« applicable design criteria Curtained in manuals such a8 the Americanl 7 3 Association of State Highway 4nd Transportation Officials (AASHTO), r CD 20' 20• 20' 0. "A Policy on Geometric Design n of Highways and Streets," the TxDOT "Roadway�,.� g . Y4 . ♦ Design Manual"or engineering j udgnen t. v l • 8 6.3. 12' 2.' 2.8' 11.7- 2.8' 14.6. 3.S . (:=2) (:=2) (:=2) !Il 6. When projects abut, the Engineer(s) may omit the END ROAD WORK, TRAFFIC a (:=2) (:=2) (:=2) '' .• - St- FINES DOUBLE, and other advance warning signs if the signing would be • n. redundant and the work areas c ppear cant i nuous to the motorists. If the ' Zs'Border,o ts'Indent,B�oc�c on Ye�1ar= � 3.0 Radius,1. adjacent project is•completed first, the Contractor sha l l erect the � CDCD [STAY ALERT)Font:D h necessary warning signs gns as shown on these sheets, the TCP sheets or as 3.0"Radius,1.25'Border.0.Ms indent.Block on Orartpet d rected by the Eng neer. ThE BEGIN ROAD WORK NEXT X MILES s gn shaII be CD .� 7 [TALK OR TEXT LATER)Fonts C apedfied IenQth= 111 revised to show oppropriote work zone distance. • if::: .6e�6T�.68�67I"1.68' �,7. The Engineer may require duplicate warning signs on the median side of♦ 2 divided highways where median width will •31' -1" 6.38' 1' .31' . gpermit and traffic volunes •mot justify the signing. .2 0E~v 8. All signs shall be constructet in accordance with the details found in the 9- 11 "Standard Highway Sign Designs for Texas," latest edition. Sign details ill! not shown in this manual shall be shown in the plans or the Engineer shall provide a detail to the Contractor before the sign is manufactured. SIGN DETAIL (G20-1OT) E121 N r� 9. The temporary traffic control devices shown in the illustrations of the o BC sheets are examples. As necessary, the Engineer will determine the most appropriate traffic control devices to be used. 10. As shown on BC(2), the OBEY WARNING SIGNS STATE LAW sign, STAY ALERT TALK OR TEXT LATER (see Sign Detail G20-10T) and the WORK ZONE TRAFFIC FINES DOABLE Only pre-qualified products shall be used. The"Compliant Work Zone sign with plaque shall be eredted in advance of the CSJ limits. However, Traffic Control Devices List" (CWZTCD) describes pre-qualified products the TRAFFIC FINES DOUBLE sign will not be required on projects consisting solely of mobile operation work, such as striping or milling edgeline rumble and their sources and may be found on-line at the web address given strips. The BEGIN ROAD WORK NEXT X MILES, CONTRACTOR and END ROAD WORK signs below or by contacting: shall be erected of or near the CSJ limits. Texas Department of Transportation 11. Except for devices required by Note 10, traffic control devices should Traffic Operations Division- TE Phone (512) 416-3118 i be n place only while work it' actually in progress or a definite need exists. 12. The Engineer hos the final dedision on the location of all traffic control devices. SHEET 1 OF 12 13. Inactive equipment and work v�h i d es i nc l ud i ng workers' private vehicles =1"THE DOCUMENTS BELO,CAN BE FOUND ON-LINE AT must be parked away from trove,' l ones. They should be as close to the http://www.bxdot.gov rt.. of right-of-way line as possible, or located behind a barrier or guardrail, or as approved by the Engineer. COMPLIANT WORK ZONE TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES LIST (CWZTCD) DEPARTMENTAL MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS (OMS) BARR I CADE AND CONSTRUCT ION WORKER SAFETY APPAREL NOTES: MATERIAL.PRODUCER LIST (MPL) GENERAL NOTES 1. Workers on foot who ore exposed s d to traffic or to construction equipment ROADWAY DESIGN MANUAL-SEE"MANUALS (ONLINE MANUALS). AND REOU within the right-of-way shall wear high-visibility safety apparel meeting STANDARD HIGHWAY SIGN DESIGNS FOR TEXAS (SHSD) the requirements of ISEA"American Notional Standard for High-Visibility BC(1)-1 4 Apparel,"or equivalent revisions, and labeled as ANSI 107-2004 standard TEXAS MANUAL ON UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES (TMUTCD) 'FILE. Dc-I a.dgn ova Tx00T]cm txoor I.rxooT[c.,rxOOT performance for Class 2 or 3 risk exposure. Class 3 garments should be TRAFFIC ENGINEERING STANDARD SHEETS Q NWT Nove�bef?002 MT+sECT roe MO..,considered for high traffic volume une work areas or night time work. REVISIONS iesi 4-03 S•10 8-14 ' 01L 9-OT T•I 3 OtST} � SKEET No. f l TYPICAL LOCATION OF CROSSROAD SIGNS T-INTERSECTION TYPICAL CONSTRUCTION WARNING SIGN SIZE AND SPACING('6 ' ROAD WORK ROAD ,,,I ;AWN WORKROADWORK ROADMills SAC]�G20-2 ROAD ioRK � (Optional AHEAD ItEXT X Y[LES�G20-1DTR G20-1DTL��XT I� SIZE P seeNote G20-IOT Cw20-104 1 an0 al �. i Sign Conventional Expressway/ Posted Sign i 4' 1000.-t500'-HwyXNumber Road Freeway Speed Spot;ng INTERSECTED t Block-C�ter or Ser�es Xo 1000,500'-Hwy 1 Block-City f31 � ` � � ROADWAY I, .I 1- X =. - - r Feet i 1; CROSSROAD x X X I. M CW20. iMPH (Apprx.) an ♦°° CW21 X X X CSJ 7RFIEFKIC • ,� �� 30120 zF * G2o-5oP WORK limit G20-SOPNE CW22 48 x 48 48 x 481ZONEBEGINmin, c� Cw23 35 160 .mowTRAFFIC G20-5t x Y LESc R20-ST CW23 40 240 c ROAD ROAD WORK R20-ST FINES we 1 T DOUBLE 45 320 WORK MULE lir �� R20-SaTP� Cwl,CW2, ��= AHEAD IBEX LES .�. G20-6T Cw20-10 G20-2 ENDR2o-SaTP r ., • „ 50 400 i m ROADIORK �„ Cw7 CW8 36 x 36 48 x 48 2 oG20-10 (OptionalCW9,CW11, 55 500see I�te 1` 1 arm 41 EN:. K Cw 1 4 60 600 2 '':'; f.2.1 , G20-2 65 T00 2 AMay be mounted on bock of.ROAD WORK AHEAD'(CW20.10)sign with approval of Engineer. CW3, CW4, (see note 2 below) CW5 CW6 48"x 48" 48"x 48" TO e00 Z � � 2 m 0 t.The t icol minimum',coiling on a crossroad approach should be a'ROAD WORK AHEAD"(CW20-1 D)si gn and a CSJ LIMITS AT T-INTERSECTION CW8-3, 75 _ 900 yp Nii � tG20-2)•"ENDROADWORK'sign,un Iemsnotedotherwisei n pIans. CW10, CW12 80 1000t 2.The Eng1Weer mayuse thereduced s 1 ze36 x36 ROAD wt�RKAHEAD ICW20-1D)s1gn mounted bock to bock 1.The Engineer w i I I determine the types and I ocat i on of any add i t i ona I traffic contro I devices, e 3 m with the reduced size N6arn"ingWSignnE"SizeR")and"Zeolg"4.) s ionI OwvoIumeCrossroadsrslcrtlor4 undersuch os a fIo 'ems,�other si ns,that shouId be used when work isx ` n " gger and accompanying s1 q+ Typ Co I Construction See the Standard H i gh�ray Sign be i ng Performed of or near on intersection. ;i Le-rssr“ors alforsigndetails.TheEngineermayomit thetnelt:rniTZils=ratiion" =be The Engi Weer wi I I determine whether a rood i s . shown 2. •I f construction closes the rood at o T-intersection the Contractor sho I I p I ace the"CONTRACTOR •For typical sign spacings on divided highways,expressways and freeways, ♦ in the p I ans. NAME.(G20-6 T)sign behind the Type 3 Barr i codes for the rood closure(see BC(10)also). see Part 6 Of the"Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices' i F A R (TMUTCD)typical opp l l cot on diagrams or TCP Standard Sheets. ��,,_ • 3.Based On existing • field cmnd i t�ons,the Enq�Weer/Inspector may require additional s qns such os L GGE The"ROAD WORK NEXT X MILES.L ES"left arrow(G20-1 bTL)and.ROAD WORK NEXT X MILES.L E S'right arrow g AHEAD,LOOSE GRAVEL,or other appropr i ate signs.Men odd i t i ono I signs ore requ i red,these signs will (G20-1 b TR)"signs sho I I be replaced by the detour signing col led for in the plans. be considered part of the minimum requirements.The Engineer/Inspector will determine the proper a Minimum distance from work area to first Advance Warning sign nearest the 114 location spacing of any sign not shown on the BC sheets,Traffic Control Plan sheets or the work work area and/or distance between each additional sign. tane•stondar-d sheets. • GENERAL NOTES 4.The ROAD:11.1":)lengT Xtr1(L ES tG20-IaT)s shoI Iberequ redath gh voIunecrossroadstoadv 1 sef' mDto isms th of construction in either direction from the intersection.The Engineer 1.Special or larger size signs may be used os necessary. ip willdeterminewhether a roadway is considered high volume. S.Additional traffic control devices may be shown elsewhere in the plops for higher volume crossroads. 2.Distance between signs should be increased as required to have 1500 feet 1,15.?. 6.the work occurs i n the intersection ores,op�opriate traffic controI devices,os shown elsewhere in advance warning. the plens or as determined by the Engineer/1...or,shall be in place. I° LAYOUTOF FORWORK BEGINNINGA T THE LIMITS S 3'crsmoreance�anr�e warning.� 'I d oe 1 ncreosed as reou i red to hove 1/2 m i l e ~� WORK AREAS IN MULTIPLE LOCATIONS WITHIN CSJ LIMITS SAMPLE L OU SIGNING CSJ LI I 0 o1 Efl k * G20-9TP if*IN: 4.36"x 36"'ROAD WORK AHEAD"(CW20-10)s i gns may be used on I ow vo I ume tilt ROADSPEEDrii, OBEY crossroodS of thed�Set i on,of the Engineer.See Note 2 under Typical o0 LIMIT STAY ALERT - m as lE*G20-ST Er, GIN K NOT WORK R20-STYE* FItg, MAIM Z.12 J� t va.S �1-4l R�t PASS AHEAD X X DOUBLE �_�� sums S.On I y d i�shaped worn i n0 sign sizes are i nd i toted. u o f laws appropriate) c♦ CN20.10 ROAD I�ooatu .13-1 P lE If R2-1 R20-5aTP..AL TALK OR TEXT LATER STATE LAW c •Y o ROAD WORK 01:11-4R *�EG20-6T cm CW20,06.See sign size I i st i ng in'TMUTCD•,Sign Appendix or the'Standard Hi ghray WORK CORK AHEAD w'R C-7\4:20-10.% R20-3T�E Sign Designs for Texas"manual for comp I ete list of ava i I ab I e sign design AHEAD AREA ).91 X co�rri om sizes. 3X r o N C>lt 3.1 p Type 3 Barr i Dade or X X X X X X X •I Cw20-ID channelizing devices F' v 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 a r��4e/A a LEGEND .. ... r---. Type 3 Barricade �° . a < "'� `� O Channelizing Devices � WORK � inni of ENO � M SPACE ; nq PASSING SPEED O CttOrme I i Z i ng l i n$shoo I d R2-1 LIMIT .0..Zt Sign 3X Devices CSJ Limit EN0 G20-?bT)E • ROAD 80RIc coordinate O X X See Typ 1 co I Construction Men extended distances occur between minimal work spaces,the Engineer/Inspector should ensure additional with sign Warning Sign Size and "ROAD WORK AHEAD"(CW20-I D)s i gns are p I aced in advance of these work areas to remind drivers they are st i I I G20-2.. location NOTES X Spacing chart or the within the project limits.See the applicable TCP sheets for exact location and spacing of signs and TUUTCO for sign channelizing devices. The Contractor shall determine the appropriate distance spacing requirements. SAMPLE LAYOUT OF SIGNING FOR WORK BEGINNING DOWNSTREAM OF THE CSJ LIMITS to be p I aged on the c20-t series signs and.BEGIN ROAD WORK for SHEET 2 OF 1 2 k GZO-SOP This distance sha I I replace the X and sha I I be rounded El BEGIN SPEED Z.. E. STAY ALERT OBEY to the nearest who I e mile with the approval of the Engineer. Awl ThtJMle G20•5T ROAD K TRAFFIC eAIIGNS No dec i mo I s sho I I be used. Opavtions ROAD ROAD ROAD NEXT X Y lES LIMIT ..R20-ST FINES �i��� RNI Tina mid WORK K WORK pOU E _ d _ Z Doptrbtont of Vonaporiatfon CLOSED Rl t-2 0 1 )Q( STATE LAW O:hei:SEGIN WORK ZONE(G20-9TP)and ENO WORK ZONE (G20 2bT) Cw1-4L AHEAD /:MILE cutr lETER20-SaTP "' TALK�TEXT IATEA ha be used as shown on the sang I e layout when advance k= ' 1-6 1.1Y:712... 0-10 G20-6T nft �E�ER2-1 " G20•tOT R20-3T or X X C�13.1P Cw20-I E i� signs ore required outside the CSJ Limits. They inform the OhOnrte l;zing .'r �E TE�E motorist of entering or I eov i nq o port of the work zone BARRICADE AND CONSTRUCTION devices :Ti:grzt.:1:t.et:;eLS;,),Limits where traffic fines may douJble. X •.• X •.• X � XX X X PROJECT L IMI T , , 4 4 4 4BC ) 14 1 vice8 ja OndOth@r8 i gns or deviCes08CaII edforontheTraffiC cILE• pc-14. ox.TxDOT I.TxDOT I oo,TxDOT,.TxDOT X SPEED R2-1 ControI PIan. ®TxDOT November 2002 cOMT'>�ct .loeMlall>t�r�p K ENO ~ ~�LIMIT SPACE O Contractor,7,i„e11 iHatoI Io reguIstory speed l imit sign of aevcs�oNs�J R�O1I� OtheendOf work Zone. 9-07 8-14 ST C01I1Tr fltfET Mo. X X 7-13 c� C20-2�E* 9e _GI TYPICAL APPLICATION OF WORK ZONE SPEED LIMIT SIGNS Nark zone speed limits Shall be regulatory,established in accordance with the'Procedures for Establishing Speed Zones,' 5! and approved by the Texas Transportation Comi ss i on,or by City Ordinance when e i th i n Incorporated City Limits. `t Reduced speeds shouldpostedin the vicinity only y be ' i Signing shown for ' Signing shown for one direction�,I CSJ of work activity and not throughout the entire re project. * See BC c21 for LIMITS one direction only. CSJ oh- Regulatory work zone speed signs (R2-1) sha I I be removed see 9C(2)for LIMITS =w add i t i one I advance odd i t i Ono I advance .::� signing, or covered during periods when they are not needed. signing. a.- Ui _,1.1 /1\ N .\ \?, \X \X' -\X \\' ,'\'M. -\ c\\X'X\X.'X-\\\?X\X bb b b b b bEL°:� (1S0'-1500'1 SeeNotGenero� See Genera!Note 4 (750'-t500'f SeeNotG�ol .9 < >......< ›... \ A A A rj I:t. SPEED WORK ZONE G2o-SOia 2 LIMIT ZONE G20-5oP SPEED SPEED o E SPEED LIMIT Q WORK WORK LIMIT !4 7 aW3-5 SPEED LIMIT R- ZONE G20-5oP ZONE G20-5aP O R-1 1 2 2 7 0 R2-I ` SPEED 7 0 R2-1 LIMIT R2-1 6 0 60 SPEED 6 LIMITII! 0 CW3 5 LIMIT R2-1 R2-1 6 0 ii..-011 60. GUIDANCE FOR USE: 1g46 LONG/INTERMEDIATE TERM WORK ZONE SPEED LIMITS GENERAL NOTES .~, OD This type of work zone speed limit should be included on the design of 1.Regulatory work zone speed limits should be used only for sections of construction Olt the traffic contra I p l ons when restrict geometr i cs with a lower design projects where speed contra I i s of mo or i mportonce. �,,, speed are present in the work Zane and dification of the geometries to 74 2•- a h i gher des i 9n speed i s not feasible. 2.Regulatory work zone speed limit signs sha I I be p l aced on supports at a 7 foot minimum N g mounting height. ° Long/Intermediate Term Work Zone Speed Limit signs when approved as described 3.Speed zone,signs are illustrated for one direction of travel and are normally posted above,should be posted and visible to motorist when work activity is present, for each dlrectlon of travel. Work activity may also be defined as a angein the roadway that requires 4.Frequency of work zone speed limit signs should be: a reduced speed for motorists to safely negotiate the work area, including: 40 mph and greater 0.2 to 2 miles a)rough road or damaged pavement surface 35 mph and less 0.2 to 1 mile b)substantial alteration of roadway geometries(diversions) c)construction detours 5.Regulatory speed limit signs shall hove block legend and border on a white reflective d)grade e)width background(See"Reflective Sheeting"on BC(4)). f)other conditions readily apparent to the driver 6.Fabrication,erection and maintenance of theADVANCE SPEED LIMIT"(CW3-5)sign, As long as any of these conditions exist,the work zone speed limit signs "WORK ZONE"(G20-5aP)plaque and the"SPEED LIMIT"(R2-1)signs shall not be paid for should remain in place. directly,but shall be considered subsidiary to Item 502. 7.Turning signs from view, laying signs over or down will not be allowed,unless as SHORT TERM WORK ZONE SPEED LIMITS otherwise noted under"REMOVING OR COVERING"on BC(4). This type of work zone speed limit may be i nc I uded on the des i qn of 8.Techniques that may help reduce traffic speeds include but ore not l i m i ted to: SHEET 3 OF 12 the traffic control plans when workers or equipment are not behind concrete A.Law enforcement. Deft ANIP4-* barrier,when work activity is within 10 feet of the traveled way or actually B.Flogger stationed next to sign. �eaa in the trove I I ed way. C.Portab l e changeable message sign(PCMS). ,Thres °f t mid D.Low-power(drone)radar transmitter. Short Term Work Zone Speed Limit signs s'tould be posted and visible to the E.Speed monitor trailers or signs. motorists only when work activity is present.When work activity is not BARRICADE AND CONSTRUCTION present,signs shall be removed or coverDd. 9.Speeds shown on details above are for illustration only. (See Removing or Covering on 8C(4)). Work Zone Speed Limits should only be posted as approved for each project. WORK ZONE SPEED l IMI T 10.For more specific guidance concerning the type of work,work zone conditions and factors impacting allowable regulatory construction speed zone reduction see TxDOT form.1204 in the TxDOT a-form system. BC(3) -1 4 'ILE. be-14,do, am TxDOT law TOOT join,DOT Ia.TxoOT ©TxoOT Novemaer 2002 cow SECT .roe NIO r ��.. REVISIONS f I N J 9-07 8-14 GIST oou+TV I fM[[T N0. C li �-r 7-13 97 ``''''''``'' ..`'''`..`.``-^```.^.`.''.'..''` .'' -_�by the=.' 2. Wooden sign posts shall be pointed white. 3. 8wricodes shall NOT be used as sign suppoirts. . 'min. . guide the traveling public safely through the work zone.in the plans or in the-Standard Highway Sign Designs for Texas"(SHISO).The ' ' =^ '^ -'_ `. .� 5. The Contractor may furnish either the sign design shown � '^� � ~���� `'| +he Inspector's TxOOT diary and having both the Inspector and Contractor initial and date the agreed upon changes. �. '.� Engineer/Inspector may require the Contractor to furnish other work zone signs that are shown in the TMJTCO but may have been emitted �`�' from the plans.Any variation in the plans shall be documented by written o7eement between the Engineer and the Contractor's 'w XX 6. The Contractor she I I furn i sh a i gn supports I i sted i n the"CoM I I ant Work Zone Trof f I c Centro I Dev I ce L I st a(CWZTCD).The Contractor 4-0 sha I I I nata I I the s I gn support I n accordance w I th the manufacturer's recomwdat I ons.I f there I s a quest i on regard I ng I nsto I I at I an ` � MPH procedures,the Contractor shal I furnish the Engineer a copy of the ffawfacturer's installation recamnendotions so+he Engineer can _ I ' � `'= � The Contractor is responsible for instal ling signs on approved supports and replacing signs with damaged or cracked abstrates wwor � `' verify+he correct procedures are being followed. — `,. ~~ � �� min. ` damaged or marred reflective sheeting as directed by the Engineer/Inspec+or. -4- for identification shall be I inch. ' I dent I f I cat I an mark I ngs may be shown an I y an the bock of the a I gn substrate.The maxi mum he I ght of I etters and/or company I ogos used ' The Contractor~' Paved rep I ace damaged wood posts.New or damaged wood S I gn posts sho I I no+be SP I I ced. PURATION OF VORK(as defirod bv+he�Texas Manual an Uniform Traffic Control Davlowe"Part 61 , .��� /.' '_�- _ ^.`.- . I. The types of sign supports,sign mounting he6igh+,+he size of signs,and+he type of sign substrates can vary based on+he type of 'CL work being performed.The Engineer is responsible for selecting the aWaViate size sign for the type of work being performed.The L? Contractor is responsible for ensuring+he sign support,sign mounting height aid substrate meets focturer's reconxqwaflons in When placing skid supports_�..,�.��.:��.'-=�.�=—''- '= regard to croshworthiness and duration of work requirements. a. Long-term stationary-work that occupies a location more then 3 days. - wo­ �� b. In+ermedia+e-term stationary-work that occupies a location more than one daylight period up to 3 days,or nighttime work lasting owe than one hour. —','^'r�'.``..`-_�r==.-�`�`=''�'''' c. Short-term stationary-daytime work that occupies c location for more then I hour ion a single daylight period. Pot. ,,`,,^', ^, 1.161he 09 03 d. SMort,Oration-work that occupies a location up to I hour. X1--L e. Mob I I e-wwk that moves con+I rams I y or I n+erm I t tent I y(stopp I ng for up to approx I mate I y 15 m I nutes.I ._,._.~._. .= *�0� 111 —___01 shall no+ will be by bolts and nuts as shown for supplemen+al plaques mounted below other signs. .18 moll[& protrude or screws.Use TxDOT's or 2. The bottom of Shor+-term/Short Duration signs shal I be a minimum of I foot above the pavement Surface but no more then 2 feet above above sign manufacturer's recommiended the ground. �I b 3. Long-ternV I n+ermed 1 ate-term Signs may be used in I fou of Short-+erm/Shor+Duration signing. 6 0%_ I Z im JE procedures for attaching sign 4. Shor t-+erWShort Durat i on a I gns sho I I be used an I y dur I ng day I i ght and she I I be removed at the end of the workday or ra i sed to sib substrates to other types of appiropricte Long-term/Intermediate sign height. 5. Regulatory signs shall be mDunted at least 7 feet,but not more than 9 feet,above the paved surface regardless of work duration. sign supports 4- 7RAFF-1c: Suppoirt N4 F 1. The Contractor shal I furnish the sign sizes shown an SC(2)unless otherwise shown in the plans or as directed by the Engineer. rigs protrude ROAD Contractor Shol I ensure the sign substrate is installed in accordance with+he manufacturer's recommiendatTions for+he type of sign MORK ' `...'° � . 010--0support+he+is being used.The CWZTCD I is+s each substrate+ho+con be used an+he different types and models of sign supports. nf) be o I I owed CIO— _ All wooden Individual sign panels fabricated from 2 or more pieces shall have one or more plywood cleat,112*thick by 60 wideg . suppor fastened+a the back of+he s I gn and extend I ng fu I I y across+he s I gn.The c I ea+sha I I be attached to the back of the s I gn us I ng wood . ,.^.`.,.0 4 V"A screws that do not penetrate the face of the s'I gn owe 1.The screws sho I I be p I aced an both s ii des of the sp I i ce and spaced at 6 F supports Multiple cc�� '~=�� `\ /~ 00 ! `�~���~ `—" '— `�''The Eng I neer may approve other methods of sp I I c I ng+he s I gn f ace. �� .``_=. `, signs shall not be for rigid signs or OMS-8310 for rol 1-up signs.The web address for DMS specifications is~an 8C(l). . .. I Al I signs shal I be re+roref lec+ive cn4 constructed of sheeting meeting+he color and re+ro-ref lec+Ivity requirements of DMS-8300 in C FRONT ELEVATION joined or Spliced by 1-d .-%. 3. Orange sheeting,meeting+he requireimen+s of DMS-8300 Type 9FL or Type CFL,shal I be used for rigid signs with orange backgrounds. ."..... 2. White sheeting,meeting the requirements of DMS-8300 Type A.shol I be used for signs with a white background. 0 Ago Wood,metal or ..'.`^ood '�� . Splicing embedded perforated square metal tubing- '.' ,` Administration "Standard Highway --.—_._`` height will only be allowed when+he splice is made using four bolts,two .... ..�.~above and two below the spice point.Splice must be located entirely behind . _-''-.. accordance���� the sign ` other mews, � When s I gn messages may be confus,I ng or do not app I y9 the s I gns she I I be remved or comp I ete I y covered. of at I east the saw gauge ma+er I a 1. the 9 1 gn message I a not cop I I cob I e. Th i s techn I que may not be used for 9 1 gns I nsto I I ed I n the med I on of d I v I ded h I ghways or near any intersections where the sign may be seen from approaching traffic. . S I gns I ns+o I I ed an wooden sk I ds she I I no+be turned a+90 degree ang I es+a+he roadway.These s I gns shou I d be removed or cow I e+e I y -.'`' =.` REQUIREMENTS FOR .= Long-term stat I onary or I ntermed I ate stat i oncry a ii gns I nota I I ed on square meta I tub I ng may be turned away fram trof f i c 90 degrees when . '-''-'`'''' ' .-.�.�.s'�.',���..��r.��`�` by. ..^''_. —''' ' S. 11urlap shall NOT be used to cover signs. ' _,~ ��n used at night,the STOP/SLOW paddle sholl be attention to conditions that are potentially hazardous to traffic operations, � ^�� `�.��'=-_.�. . SIGN SUPPORT turninghere sign supports require the use of weights to keep from length of 6'to the bottom of the'..� 'into the � ' ' .,,. '`''" 1^ Tmft —'_..—'.'. . for use as sign support weights. .—=_..—~— `. ' ^the - ` .' ' ' ' signs -=='=''�==`�"'=~' BARRICADE AND CONSTRUCTION ' _ `` shall meet the required mounting heights shown on the 8C Sheets or the Standards.This work shaiuld be paid for under the appropriate pay item� 6. Rubber ballasts designed for channelizIng devices should not be used for , . S. TEMPORARY SIGN NOTES 5 - 11 _ _�l -1 the Contractor shall use cro~thy sup W ts as shown an the SC sheets or the "with rope,wire,chains or other fasteners.Sandbags shall be placed ` , � CWZTC0.The signs Mal I meet the required mounting heights shown an the along the length of the skids to weigh down the sign support. � �.�`a.=.—._ ~ IBC,,`.`, _ ` -, . .. . Any sign or traffic_ --`---—_ =.��, ��^=.~�_ ` ^--`' ` .-r��., �� ~' ' �� z~c— m��_ '—' ����,`.—=,.=`' ` ' . _ SHEET NO. 1 maximum 'r Sign it Sign rr Sign Sign Maximum 4x4 4x4 -- 12 8q.ft.of 24"H Lxi6d ,Post ,Post ,l Post Post : /\ 21 sq.f t,of �� ,1 8 i gn face ■ sign face A _ t $x6 11 2x6 r) r / 2T 1 /� .. 2x6 t A5 t0 P c1.34 A�t� 11 e il /II' 1 1 TT11 1 1 1 1 1. .6i �. 1 1 1 ` .. 11/ v- � \)I 1� 4x4 .. 4.+ 1,9• q• 4 • 4"max. . 1 4x4 9 P wood Post T2• block s b4xo : max• . desirable rsirable�'/ �' 18 il ao / .. i •. 34'min.in Qpt i ore 1 Oi __.....7_ :, ±/ 4x4 Length of skids may : 48. ;; strong soils, reinforcing Top ;; 55'min.in sleeve 34.min in Bose - ` wood be increased for minrmun See BC(4) post additional stability. See the CWZTCO :Post .• y :i weak soils.I s. (1/2•I anger strong So i I s, . i •• than 81 a o c for s'� 2x4 x 10" Top i; WIti,17 '._n30 height 24• See 8C I4) ., poet)x18' qi "' ' requirement ,4, x6 for sign 24' 2x4 brace 171::u1;:r . hei t ; 1 17/471:::r - h 3/8•bolts w/nuts : than sign ,; - requirement . a�w 0 I: .. :I ,_�: or 3/8'x 3 1/2' post)-+ Post)s'�' . gt 111111111` I���Q�� i (ain.)lag - _w � screws 40' OPTION 1 OPTION 2 OPTION 3 12 g Front 4x4 b I ock 4x4 block ock (Anchor hor Stub)36 (Direct Embedment) (Anchor Stub and Reinforcing Sleeve)) r * Front S. S. WING CHANNEL PERFORATED SQUARE METAL TUBING Lop-sp1 ice/ba8e bo I fed ancfarm SKID MOUNTED WOOD SIGN SUPPORTS e. GROUND MOUNTED SIGN SUPPORTS 4,. LONG/INTERMEDIATE TERM STATIONARY-PORTABLE SKID MOUNTED SIGN SUPPORTS 0 0, Refer to the CWZTCD and the ommt cturer's installation procedure for each type sign support. The maxima sign square footage shall adhere to the manufacturer's recommendation. 12 Two post installations can be used for larger signs. !h 16 sq,ft,or less of any rigid sign WEDGE ANCHORS 1lb9 sq.ft,or less- substrate listed in section J.2.d of ,�S► Oia.11typ) Both steel and plastic wedge Anchor Systems os shown 1 One,extrthe CwZTCO,except 5/8'pIywood. on the SMO Stan�•d Sheets may be used as temporary ►.m 1/2 plywood�s allowed. 1•$~ th inval I p I ost r c Y 4• fao.sytmoy beaset in�c�cretenf eel signsturdy� s sign only if approved by the Engineer.(See web address for i il TI:411 * •Traffic Engineering Started Sheets•on BC(1)). �` 03/8.x3•gr.5bolt18°l 2 per support)joining 5,..:o aign panel and supportsOTHER DESIGNS fi « /: ,,-,.. 1 MORE DETAILS OF APPROVED LONG/INTERMEDIATE �'' • -- / AND SHORT TERM SUPPORTS CAN BE FOUND ON THE o ofrTraff is MVO O LIST. SEE BC(1)FOR WEBS I TE LOCATION. Mit _� " 1 3/4"x t 3t4"x tt toot1•11111GENERAL.NOTES •. 12 post Nominal Maximum Minimum Drilled 1.Nails sign 42.! ;� (00 NOT SPL I�'E) 1 3/4 x 1 3/4 x 1?9' _ �p�► may�used i n the assembly y of wooden t (hole to hole)12 go.support Post of Sq.feet of So i I Hole.) supports,but 3/8. bo l is with nuts or 3/8.x 3 1/2. ~ •. Size Posts Sign Face Ertibedmer►t Required log screws must be used on every joint for final v+ c 1 3/4.goly,round telescopes into sleeve connection. O *it • •" with 5/16.holes 4 x 4 i 12iins. NOor 1 3/4•x I 3/4° • • N4x421 _ NO2.No more than 2 sign posts shalt be placed within o •" square tubirt� 1 3/4 x 1 3/4 x 5? (hole 4 x 6 21 YES 1 ft.circle,except for specific materials noted on the ,,� to hole)12 go,square perforated CwZTCO List, Upright must a • tubing diagonal brace M 4 x 6 2 36 36" YES telescope to il (.. . . •0 _ovide T'height � 3.when project is completed,011 sign supports and III above pavement .` - WOOD POST SYSTEM FOR GROUND foundat i ons she l I be removed from the project site. 48• 1 3/4•x 1 3/4.x 32•(hole MOUNTED SIGN SUPPORTS This will be considered subsidiary to Item 502. •e •" to hole)12 go.square perforated •• Q (1•"__ __ tubing cross brace c . .••,.,••*.A 0 See BC(4)for definition of"work Duration.... Duna on. ':,•f` filS, 3/8'X 4-1/2 �• rorbnrst! MX15T Deone tecepoin=71:"' 5 gr lliiii_._._.-. * Posts she I I `,I;'• 5 BOLT ITYP.1 N i.1�................ _„.i.a I.• A See the CNZTCO far the type of sign ste =,' in at angle p g "' that can be used for each approved ort. .........•. needed t0 • 2 • r' N 03/8 X 3 gr. SDOtt i > match rideslope •- i 36' C',.'•• 1 3/4'x 1 3/4•x 129. SHEET 5 OF 12 2.5' s :r 01/16• z (hole to hole) iv Al*. Varna _III 12 go,square ="9 we I ds to start on A �--�' or , d A o�oa i to sides # _ perforated _-°D Tiu�ma � - 9. tubing upright I going in opposite ' 3a directions.Minimum i j weld,do not :. -2'x 2.x back fill puddle. 12 ga. x x comp I ete l y welded BARRICADE AND CONSTRUCTION 2 2 5 weld M .•,,';1 upright (hole to hole) around tubing weld .- 2" I••.••/•••••••••••••••, 12 go.perforated TYPICAL SIGN SUPPORT V.:31„:" " weld starts here 1 tubing skid 2 x 2 x 8weld5• ) (hole to hole) 312 go,square pi S1NOLE LEG BASE i A:r perforated (5)-14 32 tblBC Side view ..,.,..,. � � .,.. tubing welded to skid ,ILE. be-14.dgn ow WVrt.Tx00T,roar.'xNT lat.TxDOT 60" ©.'Moveffter 2002 MT sxc. .roe I SHWA? SKID MOUNTED PERFORATED SQUARE STEEL TUBING SIGN SUPPORTS 9-07 8=4`s` J Dr4T OaMTT I SHUT ND. o: 7-1 LOUi WHEN NOT IN USE,REMOVE THE PCMS FROM THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OR PLACE THE PCMS RECOMMENDED PHASES AND FORMATS FOR PCMS MESSAGES DURING ROADWORK ACTIVITIES BEHIND BARRIER OR GUARDRAIL WITH SIGN PANEL TURNED PARALLEL TO TRAFFIC (The Engineer may approve other messages not specifically covered here.) PORTABLE CHANGEABLE MESSAGE SIGNS gs 1. The Engineer/Inspector sho11 approve all messages used on portable gable message signs(PCMS). Phase 1: Condition Lists Phase 2: Possible Component LiSts o, 2. Messages on PCMS should contain no more than 8 words(about four to > eight characters per word),not including simple words$O os•To,' Action to Take/Effect on Travel Location Warning *e Advance Pi 3. Zr.Onge:AT.;:ouTatc. on i or Road/Lane/Ramp Closure List Other Condition List c a List List List Notice List il; alternate.Three-phase messages are not allowed.Each phase of the FREEWAY FRONTAGE ROADWORK ROAD MERGE FORM AT SPEED TUE-FRI message should convey a single thought,and must be understood by _o$- itself. CLOSED ROAD XXX FT REPAIRS RIGHT X LINES FM XXXX LIMIT XX AM- •+ •! 4. Use the word EXIT.to refer to an exit ramp on a freeway(i.e., X MILE CLOSED XXXX FT RIGHT XX MPH X PM EXIT CLOSEO.•Do not use the term•RAIr�. i-0 5. Always use the route or interstate designation(IH,US,SH,FM) ROAD SHOULDER FLAGGER LANE DETOUR USE BEFORE MAXIMUM APR XX- along with the number when referring to a roadway. CLOSED CLOSED XXXX FT NARROWS NEXT XXXXX RAILROAD SPEED XX !n 6. Wheni n usethebottomofostot i oreoryPCMSmessagepane1shooldbeAT SH XXX _ XXX FT XXXX FT X EXITS RD EXIT CROSSING XX MPH X PM-X AM ♦ a mi n imam 7 feet above the r�dwoy,where pose i b I e. 7. The me term'WEEKEND"should be used only if the work is to e y ROAD RIGHT LN RIGHT LN TWO-WAY USE USE EXIT NEXT MINIMUM BEGINS d w start on Saturday morning and end by Sunday evening at midnight. ei Actual days and hours of work should be displayed on the PCMS if work CLSD AT CLOSEDNARROWS TRAFFICEXIT XXX I-XX X SPEEDMONDAY is to begin on Friday evening and/or continue into Monday morning. FM XXXX XXX FT XXXX FT XX MILE NORTH MILES XX MPH 8. The Engineer/Inspector may select one of two options which ore avail- 1/), able for displaying o two-phase message on o PCMS.Each phase moy be RIGHT X RIGHT X MERGING CONST STAY ON USE PAST ADVISORY BEGINS d i sp l oyes for either tour seconds each or for three seconds each. LANES LANES TRAFFIC TRAFFIC US XXX I-X X E US XXX SPEED MAY XX ?," 9. Do not'f l ash"messages or words i nc 1 uded i n a message.The mess4Qe CLOSED OPEN XXXX FT XXX FT SOUTH TO I-X X N EXIT XX MPH shoo I d be steady burn�cant i nuays while d i sp I eyed. x,E 10.Do not present redundant information on a two-phase message=i.e., CENTER DAYTIME LOOSE UNEVEN TRUCKS WATCH XXXXXXX RIGHT MAY X-X .. keeping two I i nes of the message the same and changing the third line. LANE LANE GRAVEL LANES USE FOR TO LANE XX PM- 1.Qo rt use the word• •in message. i 0, 12.Do display.the message"LANES SHIFT LEFT'or'LANES SHIFT RIGHT. CLOSED CLOSURES XXXX FT XXXX FT US XXX N TRUCKS XXXXXXX EXIT XX AM on:oPt Driversdo notrstandthemes . `�a 13.Do display messages that sV? I horizontally or vertically across NIGHT I-XX SOUTH DETOUR ROUGH WATCH EXPECT US XXX USE NEXT the tape of the sign. LANE EXIT X MILE ROAD FOR DELAYS TO CAUTION FRI-SUN 104 14.The fol Iasi table lists abbreviated words�two-word phrases that XXXX FTTRUCKS FM XXXX ng CLOSURES CLOSED X X toti are acceptable for use on o PCMS.Both words in a phrase must be displayed together.Words or phrases not on this list should not be VARIOUS EXIT XXX ROADWORK ROADWORK EXPECT PREPARE DRIVE XX AM w�~ abbreviated,unless shown in the TMUTCD. LANES CLOSED PAST NEXT DELAYS TO SAFELY TO 15.PCMS character height tiv ldbeofleastt8�n+c"sfortraytermounted CLOSED X MILE SH XXXX FRI-SUN STOP XX PM v 5units.Theyshould Oe ble from of least 1/2 l.5)mile and the text should be legible from of least 600 feet at night and 800 feet in gi!? daylight. Truck mounted units must have o character height of 10 inches EXIT RIGHT LN BUMP US XXX REDUCE END DRIVE NEXT ♦ and must be legible from at least 400 feet. CLOSED TO BE XXXX FT EXIT SPEED SHOULDER WITH TUE °�gD 16.Each line of text should be centered an the message board rather than CLOSED X MILES XXX FT USE CARE AUG XX c left or right justified. f.~v 17.If disabled,the PCMS should default to an illegible displV'°to MALL X LANES TRAFFIC LANES USE WATCH TON iGHT works o� PCMS hos malfunctioned.A pattern such as o series of horizontal solid DRIVEWAY CLOSED SIGNAL SHIFT OTHER FOR XX PM- tilt oars is appropriate. CLOSED TUE-FRI XXXX FT ROUTES WORKERS XX AM 1122 XXXXXXXX STAY v c' .RD.PHRASE ABBREV EAT. WORD OR PHRASE ABBREVIATION BLVD X LANES SHIFT in Phase I must be used with STAY IN LANE in Phase 2. IN H ...See App 1 i cot ion Gu i de I i nes Note 6. .8 ;its CLOSED LANE Access Road ACCS RO 'Molar MAJ Alternate AL Miles MI Avenue AVE Miles Per Hour MPH Best Route BEST RTE Minor MNR APPL I CATION GUI DEL I NES WORD I NG ALTERNATIVES Boulevard BLVD Monday MON 1.Only 1 or 2 phases are to be used on a PCMS. 1.The words RIGHT,LEFT and ALL can be interchanged as appropriate. Cannot CANT Normal NORM 2.The 1st phase for both)should be selected from the 2.Roadway designations IH,US,SH,FM and LP can be interchanged as Cannot CANT North N 'Rood/Lone/Ramp Closure List'and the"Other Condition List', appropriate. Center CTR Northbound (route)N 3.A 2nd phase can be selected from the•Action to Toke/Effect 3.EAST WEST NORTH and SOUTH(or abbreviations E.W,N and S)con Construction CONST AHO Parking PK1NG on Travel,Location,General Warning,or Advance Notice be interchanged 08 appropriate. Ahead Rood ,RD Phase Lists'. 4.Highway names and numbers replaced as appropriate. CROSSING XING Right Lane RT LN 4.A Location Phase is necessary only if a distance or locution 5.ROAD,HIGHWAY and FREEWAY can be interchanged as needed. Detour.Route DETOUR RTE Sotutd SAT is not included in the first phase selected. 6.AHEAD may be used instead of distances if necessary. Do Not DONT Service Rood SERV RD 5.If two PCMS ore used in sequence,they must be separated by 7.FT and MI,MILE and MILES interchanged as appropriate. East E Shoulder SHLOR a minimum of 1000 ft.Each PCMS shall be Iimited to two phases, 8.AT,BEFORE and PAST interchanged os needed. Eastbound (route)E Slippery SLIP and should be understandable by themselves. 9.Distances or AHEAD can be eliminated from the message if a Emergency EMER South S 6.For advance notice,when the current date is within seven days location phase is used. Emeraenncy Vehicle EMER VEH southbo (route)S of the actual work dote,calendar days should be replaced with Entrance.Enter ENT Speed SP0 days of the week.Advance notification should typically be for Express Lane EXP LN Street ST no more than one week prior to the work. Expressway EXPWY SHEET 6 OF 12 XXXX Feet XXXX FT Te I epte PHONE Fop Ahead FOG AHD , Temporary TEMP Welk THURS Freeway. FRI,FWY Thur.. PCMS SIGNS WITHIN THE R.O.W. SHALL BE BEHIND GUARDRAIL OR V=" Freeway Blacked FWY BLKO To Downtown ,TO OWNTN CONCRETE BARRIER OR SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM OF FOUR (4) , Fr i day FRI Traffic TRAF Hazardous Driving HAt DRIVING Travelers TRVLRS PLASTIC DRUMS PLACED PERPENDICULAR TO TRAFFIC ON THE HH a' dial T Tuesday .TUEs UPSTREAM SIDE OF THE PCMS, WHEN EXPOSED TO ONE DIRECTION MN Time Mirwtes 'TIME MIN OF TRAFFIC. WHEN EXPOSED TO TWO WAY TRAFFIC, THE FOUR DRUMS BARRICADE AND CONSTRUCTION Vehicle NWY Upper level UPR LEVEL Hirway vehicles(s) 'vEN,VEHS SHOULD BE PLACED WITH ONE DRUM AT EACH OF THE FOUR CORNERS OF THE UNIT. PORTABLE CHANGEABLE Hour.) HR,mis Warn Ti, WARN Information INFO rLIMIT FULL MATRIX PCMS SIGNS MESSAGE SIGN (PCMS) it Is ITS Weight L nit Junction JCT West W 1.When Full Matrix PCMS signs are used,the character height and legibility/visibility requirements shall be maintained os listed in Note 15 under"PORTABLE Left LFT Westbound (route)W CHANGEABLE MESSAGE SIGNS'above. BC(6)-1 4 Left Lane LFT LN get Pavement WET PVMT 2.Whensymbol signs,such os the 'Flogger Symrbol'(CW20-7)are represented graphically on the Full Matrix PCMS sign and,with the approval of the Engineer,it Lane C I osed LN CLOSED W i 11 Nat 'WONT sho I I maintain the I eg i b i 1 i ty/v i s i b i I i ty requirement I fated above. FILE. bc-14.clgn c.x.TxDOT I cm TxDOT 1 on TOOT I ace TxDOT Lower Level LWR LEVEL 3.When symbol signs are represented graph i ca I I y on the Full Matrix PCMS,they sha 1 I on I y supp I ement the use of the static sign represented,and sha I I not substitute ©Tx001..,,,,x ben 2002 coon WWI am i N10$61Ar Maintenance MA I NT for,or rep I ace that sign. REv c s I ONS fietFl Roadway 4.A full matrix PCMS may be used to simulate a flashing arrow board provided it meets the visibility,flash rote and dimming requirements on BC(),for the 9-07 8-14 . ora des i gnat i on s I H-number,US-rncter,SH-number,FM-number same site arrow. 7-13 ,oQ 1.Barrier Reflectors.11 be pre-qualified,and conform to the color and Barrier Reflector on reflectivity requirements of OMS-8600.A t i st of prequo I i f i ed Barrier Arrow Boards may be I ocat®d behind chagsne I i z i ng devices i n p I ace fora shoo I der 16'tall plastic bracket taper or merging n taper,otherwise they shall I be delineated neated with four(4)chanee l i z i n Reflectors can be found of the Material Producer List web address A 9 9 shown on BC 111. devices p I aced perpend i cu I ar to traffic on the upstream side of troff i c. 2.Color of Barrier Reflectors shall be as specified in the TMUTCO.The �•rd- '' cost of the reflectors shall be considered sub idiary to[ten 512. 16" I. The Flashing Arrow Board should be used for all tone closures on multi-lane roadways,or stow c moving maintenance or construction activities on the travel lanes. 2. Flashing Arrow Boards should not be used an two-lane,two-way roadways,detours,diversions p � Max.spotingofbarrier �workonshoo I derstm I essthe"CAUTION'd i sp Ioy1 seeBeta i I be I ow)isused.t 1*°--..., 11 reflectors is 20feet. 3. The Engineer/Inspector shallc�aose allopOropriote signs,barricadesand/or other traffic •.....--,:.r rierAttach the delineators os percontrol devices that should be used in conjunction with the Flashing Arrow Board. } Reflectors manufacturer's r tions. 4• The Flashing Arrow Board Should be able to display the following symbols: 2?-...' 09°''. •r` LOW PROFILE CONCRETE BARRIER (LPCB)1,-,----, A . . qi CONCRETE TRAFFIC BARRIER (TB) • • •'il.. See D 6 OM(VIA) lie ••• • et3.Where traffic is on one side of the CTB,two(l Barrier Reflectors 1 • • OR •IL shall be mounted in approximately the midsecti., of each section of CTB. •• An alternate mounting location is uniformly --•of one end of each ' • •This will I attachment r grapple i • • CTB. h s w l allow for of amen of a bar i r q opp e without Install a minimum of •• • • F.: damag i nq the reflector.The Barrier Ref I actor tad on the side of 3 Barr i er Ref I actors •• • • • • • • I- the CTB sha 1 1 be 1 ocoted d i rect 1 y be I ow the re I ector mounted on top of� the Darr i er,as shorn in the data i I above. I as per manufacturer's ALTERNATING D I AMONG CAUTION •• •• x.-m 4.Where CTB separates two-way traffic,three bar i er ref I ectors sha I I be recam>endot i ohs. 4 CORNER CAUT ION + mounted on each section of CTB.The reflector it on top shall hove two yellow reflective faces(Bi-Directional)wh le the reflectors on each >` side of the barrier shall hove one yellow ref i.live face,as shown in DELINEATION OF END TREATMENTS the detail above. • • • • • • a*•- 5.When CTB separates traffic troves ing in the wide direction,no barrier • • • • • • reflectors will De required on top of the CTB. •••• ••• •••• ••• • • • AL' 6.Barrior Reflector units shall be yellow ar white in color to match END TREATMENTS FOR • • • • • • q g7.Maximum IineibeirogfBurrie�r Reflectorsis fort (40lfeet. CTB S USED • • • • • • + 8.Pavement markers or temporaryf I ex i b Ie-refI actverood�roy marker tabs IN WORK ZONES DOUBLE ARROW LEFT&RIGHT CHEVRON ARROW shall NOT be used as CTB delineation. End treatments used on CTB s�• n work LEFT,RIGHT in,. 9.At of Barrier Reflectors to CTB shall le per manufacturer's zones shall,meet croshworthy suds DI tO.Missing or damaged Barrier Reflectors shall be replaced as directed Hi. as defined�n the ReporNotiot al Cooperative Highway Research Report 350.Refer to 5. The'CAUTION'display consists of four corner lamps flashing simultaneously,or the Alternating + 11.S i r�l e slope barriers shall De delineated Heated OS sl�tiown On the above detail.by the Engineer. Diamond Caution mode as shown. ,..AS the CwZTCD List for approved end 6. The stra i qht I i ne caution d i sp 1 ay is NOT ALLOWED. treatments and manufacturers. 2§+ 7. The F l ash i ng Arrow Board sha 1 1 be capab 1 e of minimum 50 percent d i mm 1 ng from rated lamp voltage. f..v The flashing rate of the lamps shall not be less than 25 nor more than 40 flashes per minute. I 8. Minimum Iatp'on time"shall be approximately 50 percent for the flashing arrow and equal BARRIER REFLECTORS FOR CONCRETE TRAFFIC BARRIER AND A T T E N U A T OR S i n terva I s of ZS percent for each sequential phase of the f l ash i ng chevron. il ♦ 9. The sequential arrow display is NOT ALLOWED. ,+, 10.The flashing arrow display is the TxDOT studs however,the sequential Chevron display may be used during daylight operations. 422 11.The Flashing Arrow Board shaII be mounted on a vehicle,troiler orother suitable support. Nc+ WARNING LIGHTS 12.A F I ash i ng Arrow Board SHALL NOT BE USED to 1 atera I I y shift traffic. EIt 1.Warning fights shall meet the requirements of the TIrUTCD. 13.A full matrix PCMS may be used to simulate a Flushing Arrow Board provided it meets visibility, • 2.warning fights shall NOT be installed on barricades. flash rote and diming requirements on this sheet for the same size arrow. 14.Minimum mounting height of trailer mounted Arrow Boards Should be 7 feet from roadway to bottom of panel. 3.Type A-L Intensity Flashing Warning Lights are commonly used with drums.They are intended to worn of or mark a potentially hazardous area.T it use shall be as indicated on this sheet and/or other sheets of the plans by the designation'FL'.The Type A Warning Lights shall not be with s i g s manufactured with Type Bf�or Cry Sheeting meeting the requirements of Oepar imento I Muter i o I Spec i f i cot i on OBIS•8300. 4.Type-C d Type 0 360 degree Steady Burn Lights are intended to be used in a series for de 1 i neat i on to supp I ement other traffic control REQUIREMENTS C 1 iTh0 devices.Their use Shall be as indicated on this sheet and/or other sheets of the plans by the designation'S8'. MINIIr8Nr1 5.The Enq i /I nspector or the p I ans sha I I specify the I ocot i on and type of warning I i ghts to be i Hato I I ed on the traffic contra I devices. TYPE MIN[. M 1 N IIi18 M NUMBER V I S I8I L T Y ATTENTION 6.When r fired by the Engineer,the Contractor shall furnish a copy of the warning lights certification.The warning light manufacturer wi I t S[ZE OF PANEL LAMPS D15TANCE WHEN NOT IN USE,REMOVE certify he warning I i ght s meet the requirements of the latest]TE Purchase Specifications for F I ash i ng and Steady-Burn Warning Lights. F I ash i nq Arrow Boards THE ARROW BOARD FROM THE 7.When to de I i neate curves,Type-C and Type 0 Study Burn Lights shou 1 d on I y be p I aced on the acts i de of the curve,not the inside. 8 30 x 60 13 3/4 mile sha I 1 be equipped with RIGHT-OF-WAY OR PLACE THE 8.The I oco ion of warning I i ghts and worn i ng ref I actors on drama sha I I be os shown e I sewhere i n the p I ohs. C 48 x 96 15 1 mile automat i c d imm i nq devices. ARROW BOARD BEHIND CONCRETE TRAFFIC BARRIER OR GUARDRAIL. Type C warn i nq L i qht or WARNING LIGHTS MOUNTED ON PLASTIC DRUMS approved substitute mounted ono 1.Type A f tithing warning lights are intended to worn drivers that they are approaching or are in a potentially hazardous area. drum od J acent to the travel way. 2.Type A r dam f I ash i ng warning l i ghts are not intended for delineation and sha I l not be used in o ser i es. FLASHING ARROW BOARDS 3.A series of sequential flashing warning lights placed on channelizing devices to forma merging toper may be used for delineation.If used, the sac ssive flushing of the sequential warning lights should occur from the beginning of the taper to the end of the merging taper in order to identify the desired vehicle path.The rote of flashing for each light shall be 65 flashes per minute,plus or minus 10 flashes. 4.Type C D steady-burn warning lights ace intended to be used in o series to do 1 i neate the edge of the travel I one on detours,on lane SHEET 7 OF 12 changes,on lane closures,and on other similar conditions. 5.Type A, ype C and Type D warning lights shall be installed at locations os detailed on other sheets in the plans. • ThttlKr 6.Warning fights shall not be installed on a drum that hos o sign,chevron or vertical panel. °=. 7.The maxi spoc i ng for warning lights on drums shou I d be i dent i ca I to the csanne I i z i ng device spoc i ng. TRUCK-MOUNTED AT TENUATORS ,oaf Doportmeffit o!Wonsporttit Sid (7,--- ° WARNING REFLECTORS MOUNTED ON PLASTIC DRUMS AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR TYPE C (STEADY BURN)WARNING LIGHTS 1.Track-mounted ottenuators(TMA)used on TxDOT foci I i t ies --- must meet the requirements out 1 fined in the Not i ona l BARRICADE AND CONSTRUCTION I.A worm reflector or approved substitute may be mounted an a plastic drum as a substitute fora Type C,steady burn warning light at the Cooperative Highway Research Report No.350 INCHRP 350) d i scret i of the Contractor un 1 ess otherwise rated in the p I anti. or the Manua 1 for Assessing Safety Hardware IMASH). ARROW PANEL REFLECTORSang reflector shbe yellowaed using a sign substrate approved for use with plastic drums listed 2.Refer to the CWZTCD for the requirements of Level 2 or • • on the ZTCO. Level 3 TMAs. fhoWARNING LIGHTS I ATTENUATOR 3.The warn ng reflector shall hove a minimum retroreflective surface area lone-side)of 30 square inches. 3.Refer to the CWZTCO fora list of approved TMAs. 4.Round re lectors ShO I I be fu I 1 reflector i zed,including the urea where attached to the drum. 4.TMAs are requ i red on freeways un 1 ess otherwise rated Warning reflector may be round y in the plans. or e.Must have a yellow 5.Square lbstrotes must hove o minimum of 30 square inces of reflectorized sheeting.They do not have to be reflectorized where it that d should b h 5.A TMA soue use anytime at it can be positioned reflective et I act i ve surface area of at I Bost attaches to the drum.. BC 7� 4 6.The side of the warning reflector facing approaching traffic shall hove sheeting meeting the color and retroreflectivity requirements for 30 to 100 feet in advance of the area of crew exposure square inches without adversely affecting the work performance. �8300 Type B Or Type C. `ue� Oc-14.Qgn au TxDOT II TxDOTTan TOOT lat.Tx00T 6.The on I y reason a TMA thou I d not be required i s when o work 0 Tx00T Noverroer 2002 coo sec, JOEI ►IMONY 1.When - near two-way traffic,both sides of the warning reflector shalt be reflectorized. area is spread down the roadway and the work crew is an , 8.The warn ng reflector shou I d be mounted on the side of the hand I e nearest approaching traffic. extended distance from the TMA, m:v 1S 1mis i=."...i 9.The maxi spacing for warning reflectors shou I d be i dent i ca I to the Ohannelizing device spacing requirements. 9-07 8-14 GIST COUNTY I SKEET No. Qom 7-13 ELr GENERAL NOTES 1,For long term stationary work zones on freeways,drums shall be used os Handle is 18.min the primary channel izing device. T should not 2.For intermediate term stationary work Zones on freeways,drums should be op 9/16 dia.(typ) used as the primary chnnelizing device but may be replaced in tangent allow collection I for mounting i! sections by vertical panels,or 42'two-piece cones.In tangent sections of water or :Zr7n:nlignts m ( :4 i..6, one-piece cores may be used with the=Oro.of the Engineer but only 'is c i if personnel are present an the project at a I I times to maintain the -1 urea in proper position and Iocotion. 4 max P i 3.For short term,stationary work zones on freeways,drums are the preferred 4"min Vo lizing device but may be replaced in tapers,transitions and tangent 8"max sections by vertical panels,two-piece cones orone-piece ones as (typl Each drum Stoll have r 1 o�" approved Dy the Engineer, o m i n i anon of 2 orange a'`i 4.Drums ld o1I reIcued items shall comply with the requirements of the and 2 white stripes 18"x 24'Sign 12"x 24" ,4.1 current version of the.Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices' . .. ' . using Type A retro- (Maximum Sign Dimension) Vertical Panel .... �•:.:::: reflective sheeting =g lTIM11TC01 and the'Compliant Mork Zone Traffic Control Devices List. 2"mqx Chevron C01-8,Opposing Traffic Lane mount with diagonals o._ with the t�stripe Divider Driveway sign 070o,Keep Right �a_ (C*tTCO). (typ,) � veway gn Oh sloping down towards ~ 5.Drums,bases,and related materials shall exhibit good workmanship and being orange. R4 series or other signs os approved travel way !D. shall be free from Objectionable marks or defects that would adversely c P by Engineer im e affect their appearance or serviceability. E u e 6.The Contractor spa I I have a maximum of 24 hours to rep I ace any p I ast i c io iv edrums identified for repIacement by the Engihoer/Inspector.The repIace- PIy' s Alumlnun MetOI sign meet device must be an approved device. :.:. .. . substrates sha I I NOT be used on 11, GENERAL.DESIGN REQUIREMENTS .................................... plastic drums -,o a Pre-qualified plastic drums shall meet the following requirements: •r-- Toper to allow .4.-3, 1.Plastic drums spa I I be a two-piece design;the'body'of the drum silo 1 I for stocking a F be the top portion and the.base.shot I be the bottom. minimum of 5 SIGNS, CHEVRONS, AND VERTICAL PANELS MOUNTED 114 2.The body and Dace silo I I lock together n such~a manner that the body separates from the base when impacted by o veh i c I e trove I i ng of a speed 1 ----- ----- .'_ Bourns . ON PLASTIC DRUMS rh i of 20 MPH or greater but prevents occidental separaseparationdue to normal Base(36 handling and/or air turbulence created by passing vehicles, V . dia,maxi „ 2 3.Plastic drums sha l I be constructed of lightweight flexible,and a}` defornab I e rooter i o I s.The Contractor sha I l NOT use metal drums or p?. single piece plastic drums as chomelization devices or elan supports, 1.Signs used on plastic drums atoll be manufactured using This deto�l�s not intended ti 4.Drubs sh o l l present a profile that i s a minimum of 18 inches in width substrates listed on the C1rITC0. at the 36 inch height when viewed from any direction.The height of for fabrication.is See note 3 `�o drum unit(body installed on base)shall be a minimum of 36 inches and CW1-61 and the CwtTCD list for 2.Chevrons and other work zone signs with an orange background ao�♦ a max imam of 42 i mores. 24 providers dare of approved silo 1 I be manufactured with Type Big or Type Cry Orange Detectable Pedestrian i. 5.The top Of the drum silo I I trove o Du i It-in hound l e for easy p i gulp and sheeting meeting the co I or and retrnef I activity requirements .r,�•- silo I I be des i grad to drain water and not col I act debris.The hand I e �' -�[- 1� Barr codes of DMS-8300,'Sign Face Mater i o I,°un I ess otherwise 1).1i shall hove o minimum of two widely spaced 9/16 inch diameter holes to \ specified in the plans. allow attachment of a warning light,warning reflector unit or approved m8 o corgi iant sign. • 29 o i of four alternating ternot i 12�� 3.Vet t i ca I Pane I s Silo I I De manufactured with orange and white 6.The exterior of the drum body siloII hove a minimum ng Coptimoos smooth sheeting meeting the requirements of DINS-8300 Type A ry Hangs and white retroreflective circumferential stripes not less than 36" rail for hand trailing Diagonal stripes on Vertical Panels shall slope down toward 4 inches nor greater than 8 inches in width,Any non reflectorized the intended traveled lane. oa spore between any two adjacent stripes shall not exceed 2 inches in r p =silo 4.Other Signmessages(textorsymbolic)maybeusedasW� � I8' � approvedbytheEngineer.Signdimensions silo I I notexceed 7. II hove o max i nun width of 36 inches,o max i nun height of 4 36 1 °D�' inches,arnd o m i n imam of two footholds ds of sufficient size to o I I ow Dose 18 inches i n width or 24 inches i n height,except for the R9 1•- series signs discussed in note 8 below. u c+ to be held down while separating the drum body from the base. 8.Plastic drums shall be constructed of ultraviolet stabilized,orange, 45' , c Y o 5.Signs siloll be installed using a 1/2 inch bolt(nominal) high-density polyethylene(MOPE)or Other approved material. 9.Drum body sha I I hove a maxi alum unbo I lasted weight of 11 lbs. ( i and nut,two washers,and one I ock i ng washer for each 10.Oruro and base sha 1 I be narked with manufacturer's name and model number, 4 n connect i n. Detectable Edge- 6.Mounting bolts and nuts shall be fully engoged and 4"White torqued.Bolts should not extend more than 1/2 RETROREFLECTIVE SHEETING ri",°-- inch beyond nuts. 1.The stripes used on drums Shall be constructed of sheeting meeting the Al color and retroreflectivity requirements of Departmental Materials 7.Chevrons may be placed on drums on the outside of curves, Spec i f i cat i n DMS-8300,'Sign Face materials..Type A reflective on merging topers or n sh i f t i ng topers.When used in these sheeting shots be supplied unless otherwise specified in the pins. 2"Max. locations they may be placed on every drum or spaced not 2.The sheeting shall be suitable for use on and shall adhere to the drum more than on every third drum.A minimum of three(3) surface such that,upon vehicular icpact,the sheeting shall remain should be used at each location called far in the plans. adhered in-place and exhibit no delaminating,crocking,or loan of retroreflectivity other than that loss due to abrasion of the sheeting 8.R9-9,R9-10,R9-II and R9-110 Sidewalk Closed signs which surface. ore 24 inches wide may be mounted on plo�tic drone,with DIRECTION INDICATOR BARRICADE DETECTABLE PEDESTRIAN BARRICADES approval of the Engineer. 1.The Direction Indicator Barricade may be used in topers, 1.When existing pedestrian far i I l t i es ore disrupted,dosed,or BALLAST transitions and other areas where specific directional relocated in a TTC zone,the temporary facilities shall be guidance to ydrivers is necessary. detectable and include accessibility features consistent with 1.Urtba I I osted babes sha l l be large enough to hold up to 50 lbs.of sand. 2.If used,the Direction Indicator Barricade should be used the features present in the existing pedestrian facility. SHEET 8 OF 12 This base,When filled with the ballast material,should weigh between in series to direct the driver through the transition and into 2.Where pedestrians with visual disabilities normally use the 1..l. 35 lbs(minimum!and 50 lbs(maximu).The ballast may be s closed sidewalk a in one the intended travel lane. device that Ts detectable by o person j with a visual disability traveling with the aid Of o long Cane to three sandbags separate from the base sand in a sand-filled plastic 3.The Direction Indicator Barricade short consist of One-DirectionD om Lori Arrow(Cw 1-6)sign gn i n the size shown with th a black arrow eta r I be p I aced across the fu I I width of the c I used s i dews t k. jr j j of ItansportatIon hose,or otter I 1 oat i ng devices as approved by the Erg i Weer.Stacking 3.Detectab I e pedestr i n barricades e i m i I or to the one pictured d of sandbags will be allowed,however height of sandbags above pavement o^a background of Type BF�or Type CFI Orange retrnef I act i ve meet i n0 above,I ong i tud i na l chorine I i z i ng devices,same cncrete surface may not exceed 12 inches. above a rail with Type A retroreflective sheeting in alternating 4" barriers,and wood or chain link fencing with v cntlnuous white and orange stripes eloping downward at an angle of 2.Bases with built-in ba I I ast sha I I weigh between 40 lbs.and 50 lbs. 45 degrees in the d i rect i n rood users are to poss. Sheet 1 ng types detectable edging can sat i sf actor i 1 y de I i note a pedestr i an BARR I CADE AND CONSTRUCT ION Built-in ballast can be constructed of an integral crumb rubber base or oholl be as per OMS 8300. path' O sol id rubber base. 4.Double arrows an the Direction Indicator Barricade will not be 4.Tape,rope,or plastic chain strung between devi ces are not 3.Recyc I ed truck tire s i dews I I s may be used for ba I I ast on drums approved (mowed. detectable,do not r ly with the design standards in the CHANNEL IZING DEVICES for this type of ballast on the CBtTCO I1st, 5.Approved manufacturers are shown on the CWITCD List. 'Americans with Disities Act Accessibility Guide linea 4.The ballast shall not be heavy objects,water,or any material that Sol Ioat shall be as approved by the manufacturers instructions. for Buildings and Ftties(ADAAC)"and should not be used would become hazardous to motorists,pedestrians,or workers when the as o control for pedestrian attached 5.Warning lights shall not be attached to detectable pedestrian drum is struck by a veh i c I e. bar r i codes. BC (8) -1 4 5.When used in regions susceptible to freezing,drums mall hove drainage 6.Detectable pedestrian barricades may use 8'nominal holes in the bottoms so that water will not co 1 I ect and freeze becoming parr i code ratio os shown on BC(10)provided that the top ;HA. be-14.dgn O..TxDOT Ina T xDOT lam TOOT 100 TOOT a hazard when struck by a veh i c I e. roil prov i des a smooth cant i nuous rail au i tab 1 e for hand ©TxDOT Wovember 2002 caMt SECT' ,roe �aN..,r 6.Ba I I ast sha l I not be placed on top of drums. trailing with no splinters,burro,or sharp edges. �vcsia+s iii: 7.Adl'es i ves may be used to secure base of drums to pavement. 4-03 7-13 oust cowtr I SHIFT No. a--� 9-07 8-14 no 8'to 12" 8'•a 12" 8'to 12• 8'to 12" 12. 1.The chevron shall be a vertical rectangle with a 1•-� I. .1 -� �� 1• m i n i(sum size of 12 by 18 inches. ► --m T • 2.Chevrons ore intended to q i ve notice of o sharp GENERAL NOTES change of a t i grnrent with the direction of travel 1,work* II c�ririe 1es i I I ustroted on this sheet may0oximitc and�@ suitable tar use on hi0 24. 4,, 1ays.T /Inspector shall ensure that spati i Mis unifaccordance with the'Texas Manua011 e See Q 3.Chevrons,when used,shall be erected on the out- T ref t i tro l DUTCO). .45 ev side of o sharp curve or turn,or on the tar side 2•Chorineg devin►this met rnoy hove o driveablof an Intersection.They:doll be In line with portabse.Thnt for self-rlghirng gmrot@IiZinand of right angles to approaching traffic, be sped in tNotes or other plan sheets.Spacing should be such that the motorist always 3.CPq devi -rightlnq Supports should be use hos three in view,until the change in alignment areas urinices are frequently impacted Dy 0 lr eliminates its need. or vehrelates making alignment of the channeVdifficto mainions of these devices shall be d36' 4,for ato be eleasti500 feetcfisvron should be visible ire e plans.These devices shall conform to the TMUTCD and the _ Approved Roadway � AQiesive Boise Surface .e Support "Compliant work Zane Traffic Control Devices List"WORM, _ ig 5.Chevrons shall be ore with a blockreflec- 4.The Contractor-still maintain devices in o clean condition and replace Ne 1 I_ '^ /��'V'-"" '�� -� noriref I act i ve foiled or broken devices and Oases os required red /� r ,/� �� t ve legend.Sheeting r>g for the chevron shall I be . . by m �.� retror-etIactive Type Type Cf�conforming to the Engineer/Inspector.The Contractor shall be required to maintain proper - 4- Self-righting " Oepartmentol Material Specification DiMS•8300, device spacing and alignment. �� 18 - I2 m�nlmun = . Support embed�lerit s unless noted otherwise.The legend shall meet the 5.Portable bases doll be fabricated from virgin and/or recycled rubber.The requirements of OlMiS-8300. portable bases shall weigh a minimum of 30 lbs. depth 6.Pavement surfaces shell be prepared in o manner that ensures proper bonding lh FIXED Fixed Base w/Approved AdTies i ve 6.For Long Term Stet ionary use on topers or , gee (Or i veab l e base,or Flexible trans I t ens an freeways and divided highways between the adhesives,the f l xed mouit babes and the pavement surface; W *_ (Rigid or self-righting) Support can be used) self-righting chevrons may De used to sung I anent Adhes i ves sha I I be prepared and I I ed accord I ng to the manufacturer's di DRIVEABLE plastic drums but not to rep I ace plastic drums. recammendat 1 ons. 1.The installation and removal of channelizing devices shall not cause i detrimental effects to the final pavement surfaces,including pavement • surface discoloration or surface integrity.Driveable bases shall not be f m` 1.Vert i ca I Pane I s(VP's)are normo I I y used to(henna l i ze CHEVRONS permitted on f i no I pavement surfaces.The Eno inear/1 nspector she I I approve 1�� 8"to 12' traffic or divide opposing lanes of traffic. 2.YP's may be used in daytime or nighttime situations. all application and removal procedures of fixed bases. !4��" �--� They may be used at the edge of shoulder drop-offs and other areas such as lame transitions where positive �, daytime and nighttime delineation is required.The g g 2gUOTerAlogg:?:"Br.f=fimre::erofti%:::erdOr4w*,:rf"sg?n eRoadwayDesign�,`+ ment Drop-offs in �, 24" work Zones'for additional guidelines on the use of ia min. ',:(( note 7 • VP's for drop-offs. Mini mum Suggges tail Maximum 4• m,n. 3.VP s shau I d be mounted back to bock if used at the edge Spec i np of of Cuts Oiljanent t0 two-way two Ian@ r00d1Nays.Stripes Desirable Posted Formula Toper Lengths Chonnelitinp g!!) are to be reflective orange and reflective white and Speed .1 1, Devices 4" should always slope downward toward the travel lone. 1111111 e * 10' 11' 12'• rl O On a !!II;: 4.VP's used on expressways and freeways or other hiah ., a Ottset OtfaetOtfeet Toper Tangent •- speed roadways,may have more than 270 square inches 2 150' 165' 180'- 30' 60' �~v of retroreflective area facing traffic. oa 5.Self-righting supports are available with portable base. Jiiii La 60 205� 225� 245� 35� 70' See'Compliant work Zone Traffic Control Devices List �� 40 265 295 320_ 40 80' Olt _ (CRUM,. 4 4 ' 4 5' 4 45' ' �� 5 50 9 5 0 90 6.Sheeting for the VP s shall be retrorefleetive Type A Z. m conforming to Depor tmento l Meter i a l Specification OMS-8300, 0 500' 5 5 0' 600' 50' 100' a •-•- I 1 i' 1 reunIess noted otherwise. , ,(Rigid or self-righting) 55 550 605 660 55 110 ... w 1.where the height of ref I act i ve meter i o I on the vent i CO I ---......... o x o panel i s 36 inches or greater,a panel stripe of LONGITUDINAL CHANNEL I Z I NG DEVICES(LCDI 60 600' 660' 720' 60' 120' PORTABLE 6 inches sha l I be used. 65 650' 715' 780' 65' 130' I.LCos are crashworthy,lightweight,deformabl a devices that are h i gh I y visible,have good target value and can be 0 700' 7 70' 8 4 0' 70' 140' connected together.They are not designed to contain or redirect a vehicle an impact. VERTICAL PANELS (VPs) 2.LCDs may be used instead of a line of cones or drums. 5 750' 825' 900'+ 75' ' 150' 3.LCDs she I I be p I aced in acccrdance to app I i cation and instal I at i on requirements specific to the device,and 80 800' 880' 960'` 80' 160' used on I y when shown on the CwtTCO list. ��Toper lengths hove been row oft. 4.LCOs should not be used to provide positive protection for obstacles,pedestrians or workers. 5.LCOs.11 be supplemented with retrorefleetive delineation as required for temporary barriers S•Length of Toper WT., A•width of Offset,FT.) S•Posted Spy tIPMI on BC(7)when placed roughly parallel to the travel lanes. th 1.Opposing Traffic Lane Dividers(OTLO)are 6.LCOs used as barricades placed perpendicular to traffic should have at least one row of reflective de I i neat i on devices designed to convert a sheeting meeting the requirements for ba'r i cade roils os shown on BC(10l placed near the top of the SUGGESTED MAXIMUM SPACING OF normal one-way roadway section to tyro-way LCD o l ong the full length of the device. CHANNE L I Z 1 NG DEVICES AND operation.OTLD's ore used on temporary 12" Cw6-4 centerlines.The upward and downward arrows MINIMUM DESIRABLE TAPER LENGTHS on the sign's face indicate the direction of WATER BALLASTED SYSTEMS USED AS BARRIERS ______' - _ Propels M traffic an either side of the divider.The mounted base is secured to the pavement with an I.hater ballasted systems used os barriers all not be used solely to c►onnelize rood users,but also to protect the bock to bock adhesive or rubber weight to minimize movement work space per the appropriate NCHRP 350 croshworthiness requirements based on roadway speed and barrier application. Caused by o veh i c 1 e impact or wind gust. 2.water bo l I asted systems used to(Manna I i ze veh i cu 1 ar traffic shot'be supp l emrented with retroref I act i ve de I i neat i on SHEET 9 OF 12 18' or c nnelizing devices to improve daytime/nighttime visibility.They may also be supplemented with pavement markings. 2.The OTLD may used i n cx)nlb i hat i on with 42• 3.Voter ba I I asted systems used os barriers sha I I be p I aced in accord to application and i nsta I I at i an requ i rement s Aimpe• Deft cones or VPs. specific to the device,and used only when shown on the CwZTCO list. /:::::* Portable,36' Fixed or 3.Spacing between the OTLO shell not exceed 500 4.voter ballasted systems used os barriers should not be used for a merging toper except in low speed(less than 45 MPH) Tivaa Dsp�trbno t of Thy mid Drivea®le BasembY feet.42'cones orVPs placed between urban areas. when used on o taper in o low speed urban area,the taper,sholl De delineated and the taper length 0e u�� the OTLO's should not exceed 100 foot spacing- should be designed to optimize road user operations considering the avollable geometric conditions. or y 5.when water ballasted systems used as barriers hove blunt ends exposed to traffic,they should be attenuated mounted 4.The OTLO shall be orange with O b I ock non- as per manufacturer reco mmendat ions or f I ared to a point outside the c l ear zone. BARRICADE AND CONSTRUCTION ��, reflective legend.Sheeting for the OTLO shall be retroref I act I ve Type Bn or Type C,conforming CHANNEL I Z I NG DEVICES in 7 to Departmental Material Specification OMS-8300, If used to channel l i ze pedestrians,longitudinal channel i z i ng devices or water ballasted 1 1 unless noted otherwise.The legend shall meet the requirements of OMS-8300. systems must have o continuous detectable bottom for users of long canes and the top of the unit shall not be less than 32 inches in height. BC(9)-14 HOLLOW OR WATER BALLASTED SYSTEMS USED AS cit.E. oo-14.dgn ok'TxDoT o.Tx00Tlonn'x?0TLest.Tx0OT OPPOSING TRAFFIC LANE DIVIDERS WOTLD) LONGITUDINAL CHANNELIZING DEVICES OR BARRIERS OT..T�yr 2002 a SECS '`0� I+IAr �-J 1-13 9-07 8-1 4 OIST cou+TT SKEET NO. • LULU o� TYPE.BARRICADES Each roadway of a divided highway shal I be ," � . barricaded in ^.. ., .` ' .�, .'' ' '. ..~ �~�construction fencing may be used wi t1h&lLlms for ° . safety as required in the plans. dmiwardthedirectiontowardwhichtrafficmust turndetouring. ' 1� 100 .Vertical Panelson flexible support . 40-wasAlp" W .0 both right W4 left turns are provided,the chevron striping may do slope downww d in both directions fran the center of the barricade. '.1 shoulder width Is less than 4 feet. Where no turns are provided at a closed road striping should slope _ Plastic__ . . ` - -Drum ...—_—.greater Z%- downward to the left.For the left side of the roadway,striping ' _ PERSPECTIVE VIEW �'^than 12 ..drums are used. 01 S. �. ` __.__�_ �_ `. .— .are not required `~��.�;�_� 9 15 barricade rails.The maximum height of letters and/or company logos ~ _=� `one-way.` ou� �clear zone is provided. '`.��.". -`� _._ __� . . �� _ `^. ' ' �. ' 37N Plastic drum the use of aftbogs with dry.cohesionless sand is r The sandbags will be tied shut to keep the send from spilling an;d to maintain a constant weight.Sand bogs shall rvt be stacked in a manner sho I I be ref I ector i zed orange and 101 The three rails � �.' _— Plastic drum that covers my par t I an of a barr I code ra I I s ref I ect I ve sheet I rig. reflective white stripes on am side fa Rock,conwete,iron,steel or other solid objects will NOT be facing one-way traffic and both sides '� Steady burn warning light permitted.Sandbags should weigh a minimun of 35 lbs and a maximum of50 lbs.Sandbags sholl be made of a durable material that tears upon for two-way traffic. ,` ^* i ' ..=.'.`�, ~ -'.~=.,=`=~ 0' ��` supports of the device and shall not be suspended above ground level e � � ��,_ `~__,___ �, � � � Increaw number of plastic drums on the ,, .-�...- ^�..'''`._�`` mounting,-^,' . ` - '°,.'_ ,=.-==I`.�,..~.^'=' PLAN VIEW v 0 E) -` �`����� ^^ ..~' ,~ '`. `` .'=. ~'WIDENING```^OTHER ISO—.WITHIN THE~`LIMITS � Minimum �-� Reflective ... .,`...,.`.' Z4V ``-.. ^�` orange ' `,.. STRIPING DETAIL FOR BARRICADE `^ —' .=.' —~ ` . .'` 20 zmin- ^' ^ ` ,,/,,. '~ ` . �. . AV AV AV _� '' . ~U~ . Stiffener— c~' — — — — — � `—_ This device is inter%W only for use in place of a vertical ponel to '�`.'�..-._��'��'. �� ___`L . device shall not be used to separate lanes of traffic(opposing .-~. -'. `-. channelize traffic by indicating the edge of the travel lone.It is not intended to be used in transitions or topers. `..",._` `'^^..-^ ``. ``. .— or otherwise)or warn of objects. FOR SKID`POST TYPE BARRICADES .This device is based an a 42 inch.two-piece cone with an alternate striping pattern:four 4 Inch retraref lective bonds,with an approximate 2 Inch gap between bends.The color of the bond should AlternateAlternate ,=`°=l`.''`~'_,.-,` . `_~' ` ..^.``���.'-='^`` Type A conforming to Departmental Material Specification OMS-6300, _ , Approx. - Drums,vertical ,— - '' , (D .�...�`=`__... 'Traffic cones and tubular markers shall be edwinwtly oran and SHEET ,, . _�-_ STOCKPILE = /�-� �unit. Two-piece '-`=—`-.'`~`^- `_` . ' . __ —dim. �� _ . ay have a handle or loop extending up to 6"above the minimum BARRICADE .' '..'v'..,` On one-way roads Desirable outer surface and meet the requirements of Depar"ental Material Specification. ` � , CHANNELIZING DEVICES dow%trean drumsM-6300 Type A. '.�..�` stockpile-�.� _=``= S.260 cones and tubular markers are generally suitable for short duration and ' 'should be used when stockpile is short-term stationary work as defined on K(4). These should notbe used w i th i n 30'f ram trove I I are. for intermediilste-term or long-term stationary work unless persormel is on-site '`—' BC(10)=14 ~ ``��~_-..'_=_,`_.~~, �.��p' �^����.��^ '._ ... ' ' �� ,'`..' ^`'` ~,.— . . COUNTY .—. .' ZONE PAVEMENT^`.' .`...-` .' DEPARTMENTAL MATERIAL`^"`^.`. . -'.~ — PAVEMENT MARKERS.'_.. .-. GENERAL REMOVAL'PAVEMENT MARKINGS TRAFFIC BUTTONS '`.. ' . TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW ..`.—. ^.' '—~^'''''''''^ —'' ��� �����'��.��'�'=" `=.`~='°='=�._.=�.0> existing pavement markings,in accordance with Jhe standard or direct a motorist toward or into the closed portion of the roadway ==°,=�—^`' .^. 10 `�'.�^�'���'����'��^ are used .=..==�. TEMPORARY ...`, —''' — '�'��`'—~=~"^'`'— 'in lieu of s to outline the detour _—'_ ~ ` �. �r='��''' _-- '�����.`-_=—_~ ��r�_~'approved by TxOOT ---Item 6?7 "Eliminating----CP '— '`pavement markers, LL.. � non-ref I ect I ve trof f I c:buttons,roadway marker tabs and other '_���.�.��`�'��-� — ''' �`���_+_`'—''--' 'CL ~-~''''''' 'When standard pavement markings are not In ploc4 and the roadway e�.����.+�=^`' STAPLES,NAILS SHALL NOT°USED.SECURE is opened to traffic,00 NOT PASS signs small erected to mark .CD the beginning of the sections where passing is ohibited and �����,`�.,=-=' unless specifically .`''Do ..`.`'`'.`.^....., ''-..F PASS WITH 'Over-painting.the markings SHALL NOT.permitted. '-' '���`=�-�'�i'-'— `��'~``--`'~'`--' . '..=_. ^ . shall_^'-~`.~.^ directly in accordance with Item 617,OELIMINATING EXISTING PAVEMENT 2.Tabs detailed an this sheet are to be inspected and accepted by the RAISED PAVEMENT MARKERS MARKINGS AND MARKERSIO unless otherwise stated in the plans. Engineer or designated representative.Sampling and testing is not 'an—`''—'''.-... .���`-`�=`�_= ihe�_~ *��~�~.� > 2.All raised povage t imarkers used for work zone r�rkings shal I meet~� `.r.-.'../..`'-''^''^^'' A.and submit to the Construction Division, ,',�� `- Sect''`-.spec I.cat`comp_ (5)tabs at 24 Inch intervals on an ospholtic pavement In a r� ^"`''"'"`^~` ^'''- B. five 080 'X+. run over the markers with the front and rear tires at a speed ''.r`-`''~'—=-1^`'''�' straight line.Using a medium size passenger vehicle or pickup, ' of 35 to 40 miles per hour,four(4)times in each direction.No � � markings�.back)Mall meet ~,�`�`�'�'.^.`�.`_. .. ` .Small design variances may-noted between tab manufacturers. MAINTAINING WORK ZONE PAVEMENT RIKINGS `� I. '`��r+r_..''_��^ 2.Work zone pavement markings shall be inspected n accordance with device inspections as rewired'markings within the work limits. the frequency and reporting RAISED PAVEMENT MARKERS USED,`.^'., 3.The markings should provide a visible reference for a minimum d I stance of 300 feet dw I ng norma I ft I I gtit s and 160 feet when illuminated by automobile low-beam headlights a night,unless sight .'productlist,andmeettherequirements ���_the approved distance.._``_~.- ' '�_�.�.� '=—.' . '������ . placement^''^^—''''' �.-� �c..�' Guidemarks shall be designated oat �^-.r.�=..''�.���.�). ."T 11 , - ff rox"�-.,`^'-'_`,~. ''� BARRICADE AND CONSTRUCTION PAVEMENT MARKINGS IBC-0`''`` �. ~�^February` �.'��'-�— �� 2-98.� ` -- t .. STANDARD WORK ZONE PAVEMENT MARKINGS DETAILS PAVEMENT MARKING PATTERNS 60" 3" Type II-A-A TYPe Y buttons i'• RA1sEo .�.o� o 0 0 0 0 o D o 0 0 0 0 o " -- 10 to 12" TYPe I I-A-A DOUBLE PAVEI�NT 4 to 12,, 10 to 12 a Type I I A A a MARKERS r'D O O O 0 O O O 0 O O 0 0 0 i'il i . ... l 10000000000000 NO-PASSING ::t4 1 D O O 0 0p00000Vgg0000000loo4o0000000000 REFLECTaR12E0 L it; pAV 4 t0 IZ" e). Yellow Yel low T LINE Type 11-A-A MARKINGS 211 Type Y buttons Ye I I Ow REFLECTORIZED PAVEMENT MARKINGS-PATTERN A RAISED PAVEMENT MARKERS-PATTERN A ,mow RA1seo ype -A o� -A-A Type W or Y buttons ii..-43:g SOLID EDGE LINE PAVEMENT D 0 o O O O O O O 0 0 0 O 0 0 m Type II-A-A OR SINGLE MARKERS �- a a LINES 60".3" li oo OOOOO000kl000000c o0 0 ti` o i o 0 0 0 o NO-PASSING Nm 000 00 0000 f o0 0 o O LI E " 4 White or Yellow et C> 4 to i YeIIowr>Type Y buttons 6 to 8" Type I I-A-A" Type I-C Type W buttons lh REFLECTORIZED PAVEMENT MARKINGS-PATTERN B RA1SED PAVEMENT MARKERS-PATTERN B 60"•_3"WIDE RAISEo � :E,': "�Oo O O 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 O PatternAistheTXOOTZylGelb=red'fitotrerrVI‘e:TOrriedusIVO%1:1egrZeit used i fapproved bytheEng1Weer. PAVEMENT I-2 Prefobr i coted markings ed pavement more i ngs. LINE MARKERS �'O O O O O o 0 o D o 0 0 o O 1:0 � 8„ L IFQi LEFT TURII CMANNELIZINO LINE REFIECTORIZEO �♦ CENTER LINE NO-PASSING ZONE BARRIER LINES FOR TWO-LANE, TWO-WAY HIGHWAYS at CNANIELIZINc LINE USED To PM IN. 01 SCOIIRAQE LANE d1Alra 1110.1 White /11 Type I-C Type I-C or I I-A-A ?is. / rZ,oOOOO D O O O 0000000000000000000000000000 000000000000 CENTER PN S' S' > White a Typo Wbuttons I/Type I-C or I I-c-R a LINE ...R. 10' 30 --a.'fig vollow o00 000 000 000 000 000 ro « aY Tpe I-A� Type Y buttons aOR I.--40' .1' .1 T,D o00000000O0000000000000000000000000000000o LANE REF LEC TOR IZEo PAVEMENT o 0 Di 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 LINE MAa�11Nss 10' 30'-_. White or Ye l low 1 a 04> Ye l low C> Type I-A/v Type Y buttons, or i:!! White ooa o0o Ooo oao 000 00o BROKEN Ty(whenCrequired)A Type W buttons ~ � Type I-C or I I-C-R LINES t p O O O O O O O O O o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O D O O O o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o RAISED a O O O O O O O O Mit REFLECTOR1 ZED PAVEMENT MARK I NGS RAISED PAVEMENT MARKERS \ PAVEMENT3' 9'I-CMARKERS Is I• Type AUXILIARY '1 . ro m Prefabricated markings may be substituted far reflectorized pavement markings. Q��» Type I-C or I I-C-R J� C OR ii 1.6- EDGE A LANE LINES FOR DIVIDED HIGHWAY LANEDROP e" LINE RAI..o Mil OM ME PAVEMENT (.3,4, 9, *0 T YPe I-C aMARKERS 1' .1 ..� ...•, .... Doo o a o oao 000/ oao 000 Wh to <3 Type I 1-A-A Type Y buttons a REMOVABLE MARK I NGS 5'_6. I ' ===========================;;===== 000000 0o00oo00o0000000 o0000000oa0oo0000o WITH RAISED C> PAVEMENT MARKERS I.-lo' 30'___.,.IYe I I c 0 1 f ra i sad pavement markers are used o 0 0 o o a o 0 0 0 0 0 o o a o 0 o to supp I ement REMOVABLE markings, Raised Pavement Markers C> White l: Type I-C the markers sha l I be app l i ed to the REFLECTOR 1 ZED PAVEMENT MARK 1 NGS RA I SEO PAVEMENT MARKERS top of the tope of the a fo rob i mote mid length of tope used for broken Prefabricated markings may be substituted for ref lector ized pavement markings. lines or at 20 foot spacing for solid lines.This allows an easie r 20',t' LANE II CENTER LINES FOR MUL T I L ANE UNDIVIDED HIGHWAYS remova I of raised pavement markers Center I;ne only_not to be used edge lines and tape. SHEET 12 OF 12 *0 Type I-C .0 • TrafIkt Ope�11 t Ofrislon MEM 000 oao 000 \*o 000 000 , d‘,Wh i tee a 0 0000000 000 00000000 00000 0000000000000000 000 000 ODO 000 000 000 Ye I low Type Y buttons Type I I-A-A BARRICADE AND CONSTRUCTION *O000*o oOOOOO000*oo O000O°Ov0o*o00000000°00 PAVEMENT MARKING PATTERNS Raised pavement markers used as standard C> O pavement markings shall be from the approved C> �� 0 0 0 o O o O o 0 o a O o 0 0 0 0 o products 11st and meet the requirements of Wh i to Item 672"RAISED PAVEMENT MARKERS." Type I-C BC(1 2)—1 4 REFLECTOR I ZED PAVEMENT MARKINGS RAISED PAVEMENT MARKERS r tLE. bc-14.dgn mu TxDOT{jou TxDOT iovn TxDOT j C.TxDOT Prefabr i coted markings may be substituted for ref I actor i zed pavement nark i ngs. ©TxDO COOT SECT ,roe N] Ar REvcsla+s TWO-WAY LEFT TURN LANE 2-96 i-°3 ;my CouNTr I SHEET NO. ov` Sit 8-14 Page 658 2011 Edition - Revision 1 Table 6H-2. Meaning of Symbols on Typical Application Diagrams • • ••••• Arrow board Shadow vehicle • Arrow board support or trailer O O O (shown facing down) III Sign(shown facing left) II Changeable message sign or support trailer ED S urveyor Channelizing device Temporary barrier .i-i` Crash cushion 1-0 Temporary barrier with warning light moor Directio of temporary traffic detour Traffic or pedestrian signal Direction of traffic Flagger Truck-mounted attenuator I Type 3 barricade High-le el warning device Fla e (Flag tre) 11 Warning light 1 Longitudinal channelizing device v ,/ Work space Luminaire \\\\\ Pavem nt markings that should be o Work vehicle remove for a long-term project g p J Sect.6H.01 December 2011 2011 Edition - Revision 1 Page 659 Table 6H-3. Suggested Advance Warning Sign Spacing Road Posted Speed Sign Spacing"X" Classification (MPH) (Feet) 25 100 30 120 35 160 40 240 45 320 Conventional 50 400 Highway 55* 500 60* 600 65* 700 70* 800 75* 900 80* 1000 Expressway See or All Speeds Typical Freeway Applications** * Distance between signs should be increased to have 1500 feet advance warning.(See Section 6C.04.07) ** Distance between signs should be increased to have 1/2 mile or more advance warning(See Section 6C.04.05) Table 6H-4. Merging Taper Lengths and Spacing of Channelizing Devices *Minimum Desirable Taper Suggested maximum Lengths Spacing of Channelizing Devices Posted Formula 10'Offset 11'Offset 12'Offset On a taper On a Speed tangent 30 150' 165' 180' 30' 60' 2 35 L=WS 205' 225' 245' 35' 70' 40 60 265' 295' 320' 40' 80' 45 450' 495' 540' 45' 90' 50 500' 550' 600' 50' 100' 55 550' 605' 660' 55' 110' 60 600' 660' 720' 60' 120' L=WS 65 650' 715' 780' 65' 130' 70 700' 770' 840' 70' 140' 75 750' 825' 900' 75' 150' 80 800' 880' 960' 80' 160' * Taper lenghts have been rounded off. L=Length of Taper(Feet) W=Width of Offset(Feet) S=Posted Speed(MPH) December?011 Sect.6H.01 Page 684 2011 Edition- Revision 1 Notes for Figure 6H-13 Typical Application 13 Temporary Road Closure Support: 1. Conditions represented are a planned closure not exceeding 20 minutes during the daytime. Standard: 2. A flagger or uniformed law enforcement officer shall be used for this application. The flagger, if used for this application,shall follow the procedures provided in Sections 6E.07 and 6E.08. Guidance: 3. The uniformed law enforcement officer, if used for this application, should follow the procedures provided in Sections 6E.07 and 6E.08. Standard: 4. A BE PREPARED TO STOP sign shall be located before the Flagger symbol sign. Support: 5. Additional requirements for the location of flagger stations are contained in section 6E.08. Sect.6H.01 December 2011 2011 Edition- Revision 1 Page 685 Figure 6H-13. Temporary Road Closure (TA-13) OV3HV NeIOM avoN X Note:See Tables 6H-2 and 6H-3 4 t for the meaning of the symbols and/or letter dOlS 01 codes used in this figure. 03ddd38d 38 X • X See note 2 ; • Buffer space (optional) l Buffer space (optional) rrs, ote 2 X • X BE PREPARED TO STOP - t ROAD WORK AHEAD Typical Application 13 December 2011 Sect.6H.01 Page 688 2011 Edition- Revision 1 Notes for Figure 6H-15—Typical Application 15 Work in the Center of a Road with Low Traffic Volumes Guidance: 1. The lanes on either side of the center work space should have a minimum width of 10 feet as measured from the near edge of the channelizing devices to the edge of the pavement or the outside edge of the paved shoulder. Option: 2. Flashing warning lights and/or flags may be used to call attention to the advance warning signs. 3. If the closure continues overnight, warning lights may be used on the channelizing devices. 4. A lane width of 9 feet may be used for short-term stationary work on low-volume, low-speed roadways when motor vehicle traffic does not include longer and wider heavy commercial vehicles. 5. A work vehicle displaying high-intensity rotating,flashing, oscillating, or strobe lights may be used instead of the channelizing devices forming the tapers or the high-level warning devices. 6. Vehicle hazard warning signals may be used to supplement high-intensity rotating, flashing, oscillating, or strobe lights. Standard: 7. Vehicle hazard warning signals shall not be used instead of the vehicle's high-intensity rotating, flashing,oscillating,or strobe lights. jt s� ' 41A� 424':sx Sect.6H.01 December 2011 2011 Edition- Revision 1 Page 689 Figure 6H-15. Work in the Center of a Road with Low Traffic Volumes (TA-15) ad3Hb END NHOM 4 t ROAD WORK avow Note:See Tables 6H-2,6H-3 X and 6H-4 for the meaning of the symbols and/or letter codes used in this figure. iA 1/21 L 7 (optional) (optional) 1/2 L 1 0 feet MIN.to edge of pavement or outside edge of paved shoulder X • 4 MOM ad0u ROAD ON] r WORK AHEAD Typical Application 15 December 2011 Sect.6H.01 Page 714 2011 Edition- Revision 1 Notes for Figure 6H-28—Typical Application 28 Sidewalk Detour or Diversion Standard: 1. When crosswalks or other pedestrian facilities are closed or relocated,temporary facilities shall be detectable and shall include accessibility features consistent with the features present in the existing pedestrian facility. Guidance: 2. Where high speeds are anticipated, a temporary traffic barrier and, if necessary, a crash cushion should be used to separate the temporary sidewalks from vehicular traffic. 3. Audible information devices should be considered where midblock closings and changed crosswalk areas cause inadequate communication to be provided to pedestrians who have visual disabilities. Option: 4. Street lighting may be considered. 5. Only the TTC devices related to pedestrians are shown. Other devices, such as lane closure signing or ROAD NARROWS signs, may be used to control vehicular traffic. 6. Deleted 7. Type C Steady-Burn or Type D 360-degree Steady-Burn warning lights may be used on channelizing devices separating the temporary sidewalks from vehicular traffic flow. 8. Signs, such as KEEP RIGHT(LEFT), may be placed along a temporary sidewalk to guide or direct pedestrians. >;F M6 ', t Na Sect.6H.01 December 2011 2011 Edition- Revision 1 Page 715 Figure 6H-28. Sidewalk Detour or Diversion (TA-28) 7 i','' ,,,- '', ,. ..._ -CI 1 , _ _ ,_ , ,.. _,_, ,,,,, _ . , , , II I ,,,,,,______,,_ ,...,,,„ _., ,.,. JL� L _ _ ‘- 3b3H SSOH3 035013)11VM30IS. 36 inches 11 MIN. SIDEWALK CLOSED / . __ __ ___ _ _ , t________,7 „, " -4 SIDEWALK CLOSED CROSS HERE —1 F—;* -1,7,-\--1 I--- II II PI , _, ,_ _ . , _....., . ...,.., 111` i i ■ _ _ ROAD ROAD WORK WORK AHEAD AHEAD 4 'a ,,,„! (optional) 4 t 1 ilif ,_ . SIDEWALK DETOUR SIDEWALK DIVERSION Typical Application 28 Note: See Tables 6H-2 and 6H-3 for the meaning of the symbols and/or letter codes used in this figure. December 2011 Sect.6H.01 I a • • LEGEND I ....®Type 3 Barricade •• Channel;zing Devices I I ROAD EEO Heavy work vehicle ® Truck Mounted l'.6 WORK I At tenuotor IT.) AHEAD Trailer Mounted Portable Changeable 0, I F I o8h i nQ Arrow Board message S i 9n t PCMS) f§i <>1 � ROAD 010 _ ii. %, WORK 48?Oxi 48. — 0 0 _I END i, Sign a ;7ffT;F low ` — AHEAD END ( AROADWORK 0, F Ioo I _ Isee note 1) _20RK c2o 2 0 • s- _9 �ee note 2)� oes rap I e SOac f nq of S I� Suggested iif '" R0AD v+ ISpeedw3E Oev i ces SpOC.,Buffer Space WORK T� T_ .. �0' ��' 12' Ono Ono x 8 !ii AHEADI a$ I OffsetOffset-Ofrows Toper Tangent-01s♦ancae r30_10m 30 1 1e 48- I 2 150' 165: 80; 30' 60 20 90'.fea 1) IPs. e° .— a 60 205 225 245 35' 70' 160' - 120 g I 4 I 40 265' 295' 320' 40' 80' 240' ' 155' •�a '. `o �` I 45 450' 495' 540' 45' 90' 320' 195' lib ��- I • pt ,� "+ I 50 500' 550' 600' S0' 100' 400' 7 240' :EaSi'; m I •_ 1_ � 55 .ws 550' 605' 660' S5' 110' S00' 295'c �' oI 60 600' 660' 720' 60' 120' 600' 350' I I e g • • g 65 650' 715' 780' 65' 130' 700' 410' �~� � . I �� I 70 7 T 7 4 70' 140' 800' 475' ♦10. a 00 0 8 0 2 i. o o I iw i n, :RIwork veinicies 'in: Inacrk t,ic•1e 75 750' 825'_900' 75' 150' _ 900' _ 540' 1 Or other equipment I ■ g (�Note 7) �E Convent i ono I Roods Only *I -..., necessary for the o*•- F�•_�� work::ertt%=: — I **Toper iengths hove been rounded off. hxsI ��, I : such I L•Len9th of Toper(F T)W•W i dth of Offset(F T 1 S•Posted Speed II�H) ••. 7ili, moveable cranes.. I ■ ® , . ,$ ocetc.,shall remain in P..' I TYP 1 CAL USAGE$h ChonneIi2ing devices I M 3I �". areas separated from a roi).'1411tr:VT:e2 i fthe +�,: 1apes of traffic by .. SNORT SNORT TER4 INTERMEDIATE 101�TERM a ` ini n imun 's charrte1 i2inq deviCes I `,. I Mo81LEDuRATION STATIONARY TERM STATIONARY STATIONARY id of30'frmtheN :'�'l�, tal of of I times ■ �..•.�� E. • nearest trove led way. I Nil �; I j c 1 d/ 1 1 _ 1 ili I', �o `" ■'11' S':.. ;t•.�` w I GENERAL NOTES age I 8 i i (see notes 4 8 51 :ts� o «�o ■ill I .x 7 1 ,.I 1.F logs attached to signs where shown.ore REO IRED. i ® i•, , 6. 2.All traffic control devices illustrated Ore REQUIRED,except those o� EI ■ I m ■ C I 4enoted with the triangle eytnpOl may be omitted when Stated in the 01: (See notes 4 8 5) —_ • }, I Y p I one,or for routine maintenance work,shen approved by the Engineer. a a ■ ♦ ,,�, ; I 3.Stockpiled material should be placed o minima of 30 feet true ._._ I I nearest traveled way. 51 Q♦ *; ♦ = Shadow lien i c I e with TMA Ond high intensity rotating,f I ash i ng, C o ° (See notes 4 6 5. I osc i 1 I Ot i nq or strobe I;grits.A Shadow Veh i c I e r i th O TIMA sf fou 1 d De o O I v7- I ` l ■ used anytime it con be positioned 30 to 100 feet in advance Of kt,�,51 • the area of crew exposure without adversely affecting the m i I I performance or quality of the Mork.If workers are no longer present �+ but rood or work conditions require the traffic control to remain in I x I S O1 • J I place,Type 3 Barricades or Other channelizioq devices may be h h b s I substituted for the Shadow vehicle one T11A. �, 5.Additional Shadow Vehicles with TMAs may be positioned off the paved I ,' A ♦ surface.next to those shown in order to protect a eider work space. I 6.See TCP(S•1)for shoulder Mork on divided highways.expressways and _____IL Ia I freeways. o m°� I ` 0411 I * • I 7.Inactive work vehicles or other equipment should be parked near the o `' I right-of-way tine and not parked on the paved shoulder.■ $ h`'' 8.CN21.5-SMOULDER ilk-signs may be used in p l ace of CN20-10 e A' -ROAD WORK AHEAD.signs for shoulder Mork on conventional roadways. I ROAD il WORK Z t END I i ROAD t i AHEAD ROAD WORK WORK I I G20.2 I AHEAD - I / • • CW20-10 48-X 24- s I 48"x 48- (See note 2)♦ END ROAD I Q (Flogs- See 1) )It) 48. e- `ROADWORK, 0 - Traffic (Flogs- G20-2 I AHEAD ... 4-' Operet/ons See note 1) Dh1on I I 4..x 24. ,Texas Department of Transportation Stertdaro (See note 2)♦ Cw20.10 I 48-x 48- PLAN TRAFFIC CONTROL Sege Hate 1) CONVENTIONAL ROAD SHOULDER WORK TCP (2-10) TCP (2-1 b) TCP (2-1 c) TCP(2-1)-18 WORK SPACE NEAR SHQULDER WORK SPACE ON SHOULDER WORK VEHICLES ON SHOULDER "T Ot�z- � t98S 70.,St �, o I- N a r iE".3 Conventional Roos Conventional Roods Conventional Roods 24 4�a 8.95 2-12 oc s, COW? VW NO. of ill 2-18 cw2o-4 _ LEGEND warning Sign Sequence 48"X 48" • • ®Type 3 Barricade 1.:(,) Chonnelizing Devices in Opposite 0iteation A ONE LANE Truck Il iznted Same as Below END ROAD ROAD E:=0 Heavy work Vehicle Attenuotor(TMA) ii§- ROAD WORKcw3-4XXX woRK Tro ierMountedPortabIe changeab Ie C!Y I 4see no a 2)♦ AHEAD 00�ro G20-2BE Flashing Arrow Board Message Sign(PCMS) iSi ' R1-2 48 X 24 i Sign Traffic Flow 42"x 42 a x 42' IEl) PREPARED Cw20-10 TO STOP 48"X 48" A F I ogF I oqr ::: T �� T enamor or y TO Y i e 1 d L i ONCOMING - I (See Note 2)�O TRAFFIC +R1-2,48"X 36" • _ I Cw20-7(See note 9) • •x 48"x 48" 5 g (2/ 60I + 35 L.115-! 205' 225' 245' 35' TO' 160' 120' 250' ♦ m XXX^iaFEETV 40 0 265''295' 320' 40' 80' 240' 155' 305' i. Devices of 20 / END spacing on the Toper I - gnu 6-2P • 45 450' 495' 540' 45' 90' 320' 195' 360' ■ cC X(8-♦ •• ROAD WORK 50 500' 550''600' 50' ' 100' 400' 240' 425' ® 55 L.w S 550' 605' 660' 55' 110' 500' 295' 495' lah � G20-2 ••,: emergenc1es / 48"X 24" 60 600' 660' 720' 60' 120' 600' 350' 570' E.,-:,-*- flogger stations 65 650' 715' 780' 65' 130' 700' 410' 645' ..r•� .�. sheI I be TO700' 770' 840' 70' 140' 800' 475' 730' •� iIIuminated /��u jr.,,., �1: at night -75 750 825 900 75 150 900 540 820 kiiiii � .Conventional Roods Only liL. L 1Temprary ■■ **Toper Iengths hove been rounded off. 24 Stop Line L■L th of Ta r(FT)W-width of Offset(FT)S-Posted Speed(MPH) eng pe c fs (See Note 2)AL 41111111 100'Approx. TYPICAL USAGE Ell! Shadow Vehicle with I al Devices of ■ v->> e 20'spacing SHORT :12110L1:1 INTERMEDIATE LONGTERMTMA and high intensity I 8 M08ILEDURATION TER1N STATIONARY STATIONARY � � rotot i ng,f I ash 1 ng, - a, rilgsrdrete grotrsrZb: I ■,�• 4/ I/m A♦ 7) - ,, ■ I..:**4., I GENERAL NOTES I .Az! � 1.FIags attached to signs where shown,ore RECUIRED. 1m ?-.. j 2.All traffic contraI devices illustrated ore REQUIRED,except those denoted with the triangle symbol * I t;,•': may be omitted when stated e I sewhere in the p I ans,or for routine maintenance work,when approved e o •----- HELD Shadow Vehicle . with TMA and i o I�Yi by the EnqpWeer. "ro§o x R1-2 rn ' 3.The CN3-4 BE PREPARED TO STOP s1gn may be instaIled ofter the Cw20-4 ONE LANE t.♦ Devices at 20' • ° 4?"X42"X42" high intensity ROAD XXX FT"sign, on ♦ o rotas 1 nq, ram, ; gn,but proper sign spac 1 ng sha 1 I be maintained. a sic 1 nq On the Toper �• fleshing, 42; 4.Floggers should use two-way radios or other methods of c ommunicotion to controI traffic. N° �o c TQ oseiIIatinq or • 5.Length of work space shou I d be based on the ab i I i ty of f I oggers to commun i cote. strobe lights. 111 6.A Shadow Vehicle with a TMA should be used anytime it can be positioned 30 to 100 feet a it ONCOMING R 1 2aP (See notes 6 6 T)- I in advance of the area of crew exposure without adversely affecting the performance or quo l i ty of �, Te�npot-Dry • ;n� TRAFFIC 4."X 3." ■r,1 F _ the work. If workers are no longer present but rood or work cond i t ions require the traffic control u e.. `ieId Line i —` _ .(See note 9) 1 to remain in place,Type 3 Borricodes or other charmsIizing devices may be substituted for the Shadow �, I SeeNote2)� �+Tne>oVehicle and TMA. o o ■ w20-7 7.Additional Shadow Vehicles with TMAs may be positioned off the paved surface,next to those shown '� Oev i ces at x 48"X 48" in order to protect a w i der work space. 44111111, 20 spacing • c on the Tamer .4 XXX TCP (2-20) o�� FEET :!..),27...,-'iExcept in v+ 8.The R1-2"YIELD"sign traffic control may be used on projects with approaches that trove adequate sight w32 emergencies, distance.For projects in urban areas,work space should be no longer than one half city block. 4 8 p X 48. flogger stations 8••T In rural areas,roadways with less than 2000 ADT,work space should be no longer than 400 feet. fliT:AMi:ted I x8E 9•The R1-2oP"YIELD TO ONCOMING TRAFFIC"sign shall be placed on a support at o 7 foot minimum x of night R i PREPARED mounting height. o x TO STOP Cw3-4 TCP (2-2b) i I Temporary I (8"X 48" 10.Charmslizing devices on the center line may be omitted when o pilot car is leading traffic and I ONE :eller StopLine� � (See note 2I� alpproved by the Engineer. ROAD ( Note 2)� 1 approved the work space is located near a horizontal or vertical curve,the buffer distances should be AHEAD x increased in order to maintain stopping sight distance to the flogger and o queue of stopped vehicles. Cw20-40 0 I io,(> x 4 8"X 48" _ ONE LANE (See table above). V 10 '6i ROAD 12.Floggers should use 24"STOP/SLOW paddles to control traffic.Flags should be limited to emergency situtotions. XXX FT CW20-4 END I x 48"X 48„ ROAD CORK, .4., • • 1 . Treffle G20-2 =I" 4 8"X 24. I • 'Timm Orpnrtmant Of Venaporbtbin ROAD • WORK END ROAD AHEADcw2D ROAD WORK WORK TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN 48.X 148" G20-2 AHEAD cw2o-1 o ONE-LANE TWO-WAY (Flogs- 48"X 24" 48"X 48" See note 1) (Flogs- TRAFF IC CONTROL See note 1) TCP (2-2o) TCP (2-2b) 2-LANE ROADWAY WITHOUT PAVED SHOULDERS 2-LANE ROADWAY WITHOUT PAVED SHOULDERS TCP(2-2)-18 'sus tCp2-2-18.� Cl�u re SONIC. LANE TWO—WAY ONE LANE TWO—WAY Q Tar December 190 ,...T stc, .roe NI , iiNCONTROL WITH YIELD SIGNS CONTROL WITH FLAGGERS 3 W ergs 3•0 (Less then 2000 ADT - See Note 9) 1- 2-12 GIST ooCOAT, >E,NO.o� d-8898 2-18 t.I. ; , .`^ ROAD .. .'. — ~'`` _�'._. .. ~~=^. .` .ROAD WORK. ` '. ' .` �.~..-',. _- Truck Mounted �'` `' -' ~^^` '` it ':�`-... — `'`'.`' .51* '�' �� __ _ .'. WITH ' --41 _ .=. .^ ._'`.' 4-0 . ' , _�. '. . . '~--- !'' �p� ` '= �''=' .. .. If applicable .^' . ~-- Minimum Suggested Maximum-�� r Space ':'.~` '_. . _ '' `°' 0 �- '`�� ^`.`' ' ' 11 'in Buffer Of f set Of f set Of f set ,~`^''_~ ' ' 30 .�' "�.`' . . ' -' ' , . ' ' ` —45 ,. �. '. ' - � -' . .� . m'-. ' ' ��,.'�'' 50, � _' _. ', - `''.' �'-`-' ' .— `, ` ' _. -- Las I.. ��' X. XX ' . . '= -� .. , `� � =' � '', _ ` `' `` `. , .. '` ', '. � 4! �`.._ " _. .`.'... �_ `.`�� , . . ,. � '' ' ''' �r' ` . --' XX MPH ��. �~—^`'--'"Toper I engths have been rounded` ',~_Speed=" Edgellne Lal-ength of Toper(FT)WeWidth of Offset(FT) ' . TYPICAL USAGE `. . ` MOBILE ... `'.. .`,..' LONG TERM ^_~'.. `-�� . �...— 'Ib L. Shadow Vehicle with .'. .—Markers . 46o.F TMA and high intensity XX ' GENERAL NOTES cc 1.-0 rotating,flashing, l-.am J. Cos 0 chamwlizing devices which separate two-way traffic should be spaced on oscillating or ` �� — °^° .___ /Flogs attached to signs where shown,are REQUIRED. or for routine maintenance work,when approved by the Engineer. � ~ . w i th the triangle symbol may be omitted when stated elsewhere in the plans, . han three days existing ement �� rotating,flashing, . recurrent �� —_ . ``�...,'� ` 0. =,.'�' volume require additional emphasis to safely control traffic. Flogger should Flogger X: 5.The R4-1"DO NOT PASSg-144-2-PASS WITH CARE-and construction a -' '��`` ''WORK r.�� '' ' — Conflicting pavement marking shall be removed for long term projects. . ' � � _. .A Shadow Vehicle with a TMA should be used anytime it can be positioned -- _ f '''' ' ' CD `-''''' 30 to 100 feet in advance of the area of crew exposure without adversely - — '.� _ in place,Type 3 Barricades or other chamelizing devices may be s0stiltuted. XX `,__ ` XX affectingpresent but road or work conditions require the traffic control to remain _ � _. � — �,^ . .. ~ ``�'' .Additional Shadow Vehicles with TMAs may be positioned off the paved surface, next to those shown in order to protect a wider work space. �'`'`_ XX .. ^. Conflicting pavement markings shall be removed for long-term projects. .`.~.- — �^` . 'For shorter durations where traffic is directed over a yellow centerline, wk zone. `. � .... .` . tapers of 20'or I So I f posted speeds are 35 nWh or s I ower,and for tangent '^ sections,at 1/21S)where S Is the speed in mph. This tighter device spacing .' � `�. � --- .|�'NOT ^~^'`^ � � � ,`_ If applicable ' . .....' ''SWITH ____—.` � ... `. .~� * . -, .' '` . `, ^ ' AHEAD TRAFFIC` CONTROLPLAN .~''/ �END ' If applicable - ' ' �, TRAFFIC ''` = ... ' TWO-LANEROADS .r ''.. �`' ��^~''-'— .' `., '''. ROADWAY WITH PAVED SHOULDERS See note -^` ROADWAY WITH PAVED SHOULDERS TCP . ONE `.' CLOSED ONE `^` CLOSED �~._~�^ ~_.','` .' � `'` ``' ' `` '.,,. ,,. , ..` p~� . I ' ' SWIFT NO. ... .. -` ~..Type.Barricade .. _'^~-^`' ')0%5 ' `. �...,`^.. ,, Truck Mounted . . `` — ' ' it r�.-`-.... `��.�^.` .^ �,�� ' — _0� �` ... _..,. o .. Lo-Flogger � <)'i�, ^' � L `-`" . L .'— -.'' '.-�_��''`�`~. ' ' . ' '' I'm — � '`'^.� . `=~. ^.�.�./`'-- ... _ ' '``' '~''�' `''-'�''-` ' '' ''~ . s.�_` ��.~,'~� � � `. .. ' . .. ` '^ ^` `. � � _. '~ L.. �.�.. ' ' 45 �`.�'' � '` �' ' �^ ,` ~ ' ' .` -= .. '. ' ^ '` `° , ' ' �� -� ��. � �� "� �+ 09930 � `. �� . '. ". '' L. ^ �, —.,�, . ^^ � '' '. .. �`'�.' Toper I engthS have been rounded�—._�.-`., _ .-...'' .� � �—''--.''''.—. TYPICAL USAGE Shadow Vehicle with TMA and ^ `' ''. SHORT TERM .r.,.. .,.. rotating,fleshing. Xoscillating or . ' . '' ' . strobe lights. ` — `` r'� G Flags attached to signs where shown.are REQUIRED. ENERAL NOTES .All traffic control devices Illustrated are REQUIRED,except those denoted with the triangle symbol may be omitted when stated elsewhere in the plans, 080 . or for routine maintenance work,when approved by the Engineer. ' .The downstream toper is optional.When used.it should be 100 feet minimum ' ' ^ legend may be shown on the sign face rather than on a CW16-3oP supplemental —. length per lane. . .For short term am I I cot I one,when post mounted s I gns are not used,the d I stance �� � '^� `A Shadow Vehicle with a TMA should be used anytime it can be positioned CW1-6cT the performance or quality of the work.If workers are no longer present but road . � ' ' . ''__��' 30 to 100 feet in advwce of the area of crew exposure without adversely affecting ' . ''' — ` ` .- � I . 'Barr I codes or other channe I I z I ng dev I ces may be subst I tuted for the Shadow off the paved surface,next to those shown in'_ . ^"'" ' —_protect space._ ., '. _ sho I I be used and channe I I z I ng dev I ces sho I I be p I oced on the center I I ne to -.--- —. � Ai�' If this TCP is used for a left lam closure,CW20-5TL"LEFT LANE CLOSED*signs-48"�. T. protect the work space from oppos i ng trof f I c w I th the arrow board p,I aced i n the ' �'��� . ' XX r�, ''`^''~'`'--''' � . . ' '` . S.For shorter durat I one where trof f I c I s d I rected over a ye I I ow center I I ne, - 0 � . cPxnwlizing devices which separate two-way traffic should be spaced an topers _= or slower,and for tangent sectIons,at — . ���'_^-'-~d. END ,. -" ` ' .. the area of conflicting markings,not the -' L � �'' END � ` ` � � . CLOSED Them.' �~~ . . � `` -` � .' .. � — . '' ''^' . `_. .,. ''' '. _. ��� TRAFFIC CONTROLPLAN /.'�1) _ LANE CLOSURES ON MULTILANE CONVENTIONAL ROADS .^ ^.` .^ '`-` ROAD -. '` TCP(..)'.. '. /,` . ' � ONE LANE CLOSED TWO `'^` CLOSED ���� =. ��. .� � �� ��^ ~ . SWIFT NO. i Conc.,.B rr1*' LEGEND ' Type 3 ikrr;code il - a a •••Lhannelising Devices - <I' o ---�•\�3 C> Cli> ,`` 06 F�o� Arrow eoard 5,1 \\, i. Sign IF: \�� ♦♦♦♦Safety g I are fence , 1wh•"� '5,7' _ — 14 0. • -...••......J......••.•..•..••... .•....••.....•.. I el. - - - ..........• work arse- •. .. •.:• fr, O. 1 ,i. •-...•..:•.,-,,-.,.....,...,.-..-.•,,...,•...•:-. :t.. et ....-6. h NOTES. T : g•=- 1.Length of Safety G I are Fence will be specified elsewhere in the plena. :.The cure,l at ive nomino l le�lgth of the moou for kits shot I equal the BARRIER DELINEATION WITH MODULAR GLARE SCREENS IP Zurnri:roonf zrivi-tel,=,,not=nrri,i°pry cartCrete troff I C ~•$ they joint between►barrier /itsectlens will not be*Panned by any one unit. t r? 3.Ponel/blades w111 De designed each that relective tr=7,—.17:.withD portreentoI Meteriol SpecifIcotionO1-83O0. lit Type 0 or C Ye 1 l ar,minima.else of 2 incite*by 12 inches con be aft.. to the edge::rthe=rd..The:::t.:7Sholfil De atta;hed 147:fhI/D I ode oncrete exceed o rnsrIsedtrirtherrerflecfrvrsh=tnTos7e:orWIrn ecessafy whenpanel/blades�e•ki described. o 4.Payment for these devices will be under atd�tew i de Spec i o I Spec i f i cot i on ` 'Modeiar GIore Screens for I light Barrier.1.11, S.This data i I is on I y intended to show types of i ocat i ons where G I ore • o Screens would be appropriate. Required signing and other devices sheIi tbe os.horn elsewhere in the plan. IA PRRaterto�and/or TCP .0 is for and/r +'♦ . ✓�_4' s_»• requirements. g 4. DEPARTMENTAL MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS o Ii o Center l lne SIGN FACE(MATERIALS OMS-8300 o ._ DELINEATORS AND OBJECT MARKERS OMS-8600 <- a r N . e - -� 8 4 -- 4, A - - -" MODULAR GLARE SCREENS FOR HEADLIGHT BARRIER OMS-8610 .1> c 4> f .D. • . t A -Ist p 7. A—A—.if_p—. i✓ —I~F—p—.it_ t —�---p—if e _ SOO'(Max.••See Notes 2 6 3 a if , Only pre•quolifFed products'hall be used.A copy of the El IS S IS El al S S :Co.!ion+Work tone Traffic Control Devices List'tCW'ITCO1 escribes pre-Qualified products and their sources ono may be ound of the following web address: http://www.bcdot.govAxdot library/publications/oanatructIon.h3m Opposing VP or Opposing Opposing VP or Lane 42.Cone Lane Lane 42.Cone Divider Typiooi Divider Divider Typical VERTICAL PANELS & OPPOSING TRAFFIC LANE DIVIDERS (OTLD) V=". Waffle SEPARATING TWO-WAY TRAFFIC ON NORMALLY DIVIDED HIGHWAYS ' ��' NOTES: , when trro-I one.two p trott i c control nust be rno i nta i ned on one r of o nor I I divided h iTgy i TRAFF IC CONTROL PLAN traffic shall be separated with either temporary traffic barriers,channel'zing devices.or a temp i temporary raised sed i s I and throughout the length of the two ray operation. The above Typ i co I Application is intended to show the TYPICAL DETAILS appropriate application of channeiizing devices when they are used for this purpose. This is not o traffic control plan. If this detail is to be used for other types of roods Or appliaatlons,those locations should be stated elsewhere in the plans. p2. Space devices according to the Tangent Spoc i ng shown an the Device Spoc i ng tab i e on 8C 191 but not exceeding 100.. WZ(TD)-1 3 rti.e. wed 13.dgn am T.T Icm TxDOTlt r•TxDOT ice.TxDOT 3. Every fifth device should be an OTLO except when spaced closer to accommodate an intersection. An OTLO should be the first dev i ee on ea.side of intersecting streets or roods. O NM Nt Fti r tsi ys sf CT sae 19913 .1., o�..• afvscaN a a 4. Locations where surface mount Doses with adhesives or self-righting devices will be required in order to maintain 4-111 3-t ots, COM, MET NO. ei. i thorn in their proper position shou I d be noted e l N1Mere in the p l ens. 7.13 3 EWE . , WORK ZONE SHORT TERM PAVEMENT MARKINGS DETAILS WORK ZONE SHORT TERM PAVEMENT MARKINGS PATTERNS ZO't6"� (yp.Y-2 DO TABS ,•to t2•t' ® NOT ZDOUBLE ® ® PASS a4-1 5+ NO-PASSING 4• R4-1 I Iri. LINE "�-�" IIMIIII TAPE , to i 2 a a 5 i r.... . - - - - - - - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 En l.1 ,. SOLID .- 20.s6"-4 Ye I low 4.5'a6•1--1 :)N - - - 1 1 1 1 1 111 111 Yellow T Y- ♦ ype 2 i? LINES SINGLE 2026 ,r Type Y-2 or w TABS m .•rt NO-PASSING LINE I PASS TAPE F PASS TABS o g or CHANNEL I ZAT ION TAPE 41" IIMIN MIN WITH WITH CARE 11 ii LINE I• 20':6"-.I �--•4 4.5':6" 1E!L.4-2 R4-2 I.-- IV Yet low or white CENTER LINE I NO-PASSING ZONE BARRIER LINES FOR TWO LANE TWO-WAY HIGHWAYS ;lie Type Y-2 orill! w- 40'''' �. BROKEN TABS 00IDBB mmm " mmm white LINES , -Imo- t-3 <3Typ.W -� - - - 111 en 111 111 /11 111 111 ell TAPE a :1: (FOR CENTER�I NE � � - SP OR LANE LINE 1 -4 4.5 s 6 0 I Yellow or white i 4> 4> 4> 4> 0 I--12 s6--4 1---1 3.13. Type w mw aimi t 111 111 111 11 111 111 111 111 ~14 TABS m ® m m1,•1 p m m m wh e 4 Type w WIDE DOTTED s � � � � � � 1 1 1 a a 1 a u a a a 1 1 1 1 1 CD. �- 0 m m m� m m ® 1 e 1; a le a s a s e � ! 1 1 re LINEs0-12. 7:5> (FOR LANE CROP LINES) TAPE , wide Dotted Lines wide Dotted Lines t "d 1.---4 3•:3• wh t to T ype w wide Cora Murk i rya wide Gore Mork i ngs TAPE TABS 0it) " LANE LINES FOR DIVIDED HIGHWAY I.--- 20 s6 -� Type w .�t TABS m m-4=' a a ;It WIDE GORE - - - - - 111 111 /1/ /11 111 ell 111 111 MARK I NGS 2 White a Type w a Ott - - - - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 TAPE = - = - . - = 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ph 20'sir , ' 4> Y 11ow Type Y•2 .+ �- .S.!6�--'� white - - - e - du 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 sWhite,'" Type w g♦ NOTES: TAPE w o TABS I.Short term pavement markings may be prefabricated markings l st i ck down tope)or temporary flexible- LANE e1 CENTER LINES FOR MULTILANE UNDIVIDED N I GHWAY S reflective roadway marker tabs unless otherwise specified elsewhere in plans. 2.Short term pavement markings shall NOT be used to etmulote edge lines. 3.Dimensions indicated on this sheet ore typical and approximate.Variations in site and height may occur be- a ‹.3 tween markers or devices mode by manufacturers,by as at.as 1♦4 inch,un l ess otherrr i se noted. - - - - 111 m 'r u in in 11/ in in Temporary flexible-reflective te Imt..roadway marker tabs will require normal maintenance nteranae replacement' when used on 0 0wh i to Type w roadways with on WI per one of up to MOO vehicles with no more than 10X truck mix.when roadways adways exceed - - - a' - - - au" - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 these va 1 ues,odd i t i ono 1 mo i ntenance rep 1 ace ent of devices shou 1 d be p 1 armed. �' - - '� - lei 111 111 111 111 11/ 111 111 :*S.No segment of roadway open to traffic Mall remain withous t pavement markings for o period greater Ye1Iow Type Y-2 than 14 co l enda r doge.The Contractor•ill be weapons t b l e for maintaining short term Pavement mark i nqs until - - �- ..= �- ... �- ms �- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 / 111 1 e 1 111 III 111 111 111 111 permanent pavement markings are in place.when the Contractor is responsible for placement of permanent4> 4,, permanent pavement markings,no segment of roadway shall remain without permanent pavement markings fora period soss greater-than 14 co 1 endar days un 1 ess weather cond i t t ons proh i b 1 t p 1 ac�nent.Perms ent pavement mark i nge sha 1 I is. - - - el111 ,111 111 111 111 111 111 be plowed as soon os weather permits. C. white Type w 6.For two lane,two-way roadways,DO NOT PASS signs sha 1 I be erected to mark the beginning of sect t one where TAPE TWO-WAY LEFT TURN LANE TABS Massing is prohibited and PASS wITN CARE signs shall be erected to hark the beginning of sections where pawing IS permitted.Signs shall be in accordance with the'Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices' I Ti UTCD)and may be used to i nd t cote the limits of no-pas t ng tones for up to 14 co l endar days.Permanent Ra i s.,''---',. .,--1 Remavob l e If ro i sed pavement markers are used to supp l eaent REMOVABLE Pavement markings shoo I d then be p 1 aced. PavementMAE =tem short tens markings,the markers oho 1 I be app I i ed to the top • Zisn'Th7 1.For low volume two lane,two-wary roadways of 4000 AOT or less,no-passing lines may be omitted when approved Marker K marking lTOpe1 :1,::::AL=WIM7r .°TTh' tmote mid length fthe tope. iby the Engineer.00 NOT PASS and PASS WITH CARE signs sha11 be erected lee.note 61. L �tL ernovoof roisod d tope. rtx....pan....„........ iid 8.For exit pores where a lane is being dropped p l ace wide gore markings or retroref l ec t i ve charm..1 n,, devices to guide motorist through the exit. If charne 1 i z i rig devices are to be used it shou I d be PRE F ABR I CA T EO PAVEMENT MARK I NGS noted e 1 sewhere in the p 1 ans. One piece cones are not o 1 1 owed for this purpose. 1.Temporary Removab I e Prefabricated Pavement Mork i ngs sha I I meet the requirements of OMS-8241. WORK ZONE SHORT TERM TEMPORARY FLEXIBLE, REFLECTIVE ROADWAY MARKER TABS (TABS) 2.rerralnnenti"allgrarlbr:rdit" PavementMork t rigsoho I I meetthe or.e t rementsofeitherOMS-8240PAVEMENT MARK I NGS co Pvem�ant workings"Or OMS•8243'Temporary Costruction-erode I.Temporary flexible-reflective roadway Barker tabs detailed on this Sheet will be designated Type Y-2 Itwo Prefabricated Pavement Morkings.- amber reflective surfaces with yellow body),Type Y cone moor reflective surface with ye l I ow body);and RAISED PAVEMENT MARKERS Type w lane white or silver reflective surface ce with white body).Additional details may be found an BC l 11). 2.Tabs sho 1 1 meet requ i repent s of Oepor Mont o t motor t o I Sec i f i cot i an OMS•8242. •1.All ro i sod pavement markers used for work sane work i Bps oho I I meet the requirements of VIZ(STPM) 1.1 1 3 Item 672, RAISED PAVEMENT MARKERS and OMS-4200. 3.When dry,tubs sha l 1 DO v i s i b 1 e for o minimum d i stance of 200 feet during normal daylight hours and when DEPARTMENTAL MATERIAL SPEC I F i CATIONS (WSJ B MATER I AL,PRODUCER i.,I ST S IMPU c ta. rzstpm-13.aqn ow Tx00T J cR.140T 1,TxQOT 1 ace Tx00T iliuminoted by automobile low-beam head light of night,unless sight dtetonce is restricted by roadway 0 Tx00T Apr I 1992 cOaT SECT ,rob I Ml.. geometrics. 1.ON.referenced above con be found along with embedded links to their M• respective MPL s of the fo I I ow i ng webs i tes 111T s4.w No two consecutive tabs nor four fobs per 1000 feet of I i ne oho 1 I be missing or fo i I to meet the v i sua 1 �•� afar mum. sN¢Er NO. -` performance requirements of Note 3. http://wm.bcdot.00vibusinees/contrectors consultants/material_slpeaficebons/defauh.htm T-13 iTT I I i T DEPARTMENTAL MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS UNEVEN PERMANENT PREFABRICATED PAVEMENT MARKINGS OMS-8240 ill LANES TEMPORARY(REMOVABLE)PREFABRICATED PAVEMENT MARKINGS OMS-8241 SIGN FACE MATERIALS OAiS-8300 CN8-1t X _ lirt . I I MAR USAGE SHEETING MATERIAL E 1 'See Table 1 ORANGE BACKGROUND TYPE B,OR TYPE CR`SHEETING l': e BLACK LEGEND I BORDERS ACRYLIC NON-REFLECTIVE SHEETING �.. GENERAL NOTES ki!! � Area where Edge Area where Edge 1.If ago I I i ng or ho I es occur ROUGH ROAD(CN8-e 1 s i gns shou I d be p 1 aced in Condition exists Condition ex i at a advance of the condition and be repeated every two mi I ea where the II,licondition persists. .fe See `• Table 1 2.UNEVEN LANES(CM/-111 signs shall be installed in advance of the condition and repeated every mile.Signs installed along the uneven el Ione condition may be supp1emented with the NEXT XX MILES(CNT-30P1 plaque or Advisory Speed(0113-1P1 plaque. lib 3.NO CENTER LINE(018-12)signs and temporary pavement markings as per the 12(STPM1 standard shall be installed if yellow centerlines separating two fill A way traffic are obscured or ab I i tested Repeat NO CENTER LINE signs every horn,.where the center line markings are not in place.The signs and markings shall remain in place until permanent pavement markings are installed. i X 'X'distance X 'x'distance (See Note 41 (See Note 41 O owed shall be aced of the distances r as per BC standards. ~ 4•Si S.Additional signs may be required as directed by the Engineer.Signs shall St 'See Table 1 remain in place until final surface is applied.Signs shall be considered 11 i 1 1 i. subsidiary to Item 502'BARRICADES.SIGNS AND TRAFFIC HANDLING.' ilb 6.Signs mho1I be fabricated and mounted on supports as shown an the BC UNEVEN 718(d s and/or I i sted an the'Comp I i ant Bork tone Traffic Control Devices' 211 4> UNEVEN04> LANES o LANES 7.Short k i wrgs sho I I not be used to simulate edge lines. I , CN8•11 e.A11 signs shall be constructed in accordance with the details found in II , UNEVEN LANES Care-1 1 UNEVEN LANES the'standard Highway Sign Designs for Texas,.latest edition. '1: TWO LANE CONVENTIONAL ROAD FOUR LANE CONVENTIONALR A .0 D TABLE I %L Edge Condition Eta Height(01 N warning Oev i ces Oh NO ... Se7 I 42,* CENTER 1% max hs r-, ess than or p llaanl i ng, Sign:Cw8-1 t g gE LINE CD 1P/!"(typical-overlay, X D D i stance'0'may be o max IMAM of 1 1/4'for p I an i ng CN8-12 //////iI operations and?'for overlay operations if uneven Imes with edge condition 1 are open to traffic after work operations cease. 'X'distance (See Note 41 ? ® >3 I Area missing Center Area where Edge 1 O Leas than or equal to 3' Sign:CM8-11 I / Line markings Condition exists N See Table 1 O.to 3/4' D 0 i stance'0.may be a maximum of 3'i f uneven 1 ones with edge condition 2 or 3 are open to traffic after 12' Mk operations cease. Uneven!ones should not be open to traffic*len'0'Ts greater than 3.. 1 a Notched Madge Joint I t Thrft °="1 X X 'x'd i stance TRAPR I C C TNOL 01M�I NQ PLAN I NS, X .E.P......1......P.... „� (See Note 41 OVERLAY Ale LEVEL'NCI CPERAT IONS X 'X'distance MaSMOM►1 ELSERE IN TIC PLAN. tie Note 41 .i A. Ma FOR UNEVEN UNEVEN MINIMUM WARNING SIGN SIZE UNEVEN LANES NO 4> I 4>LANES LANES Convent i ono I roods 36'x 36' I 4i CENTER CNe-11 CN8-11 Freeways✓expresswoys, LINE divided roadways 48 x 4e WZ(UL/a.1 3 CN8-12 vtu:. . 1-13.C, as Tow.Tx00Tlti.+TxQOT I..TxOOT NO CENTER L INE UNEVEN LANES ©TxIIOT i1 1992 tit is Nt...r Ei.e REVISIONS o� TWO LANE CONVENTIONAL ROAD DIVIDED ROADWAY e:os 2-:3 T-13 1 9T 3 0 otsr averaverytgET NO. LEGEND Type 3 Barricade ~ ROAD | — '^^ Work Area ' -.. ''. -` Ing '.`` . ..- ROAD ,. ' .. F goo FT CW20-3C — .,'. . '. ' ....'`.-.~ . ' '. .." .' ROAD R11-2 ' . ,. `,` -` ' .. '.-. ' . ' . ' '` ^....� ` .` . . Soo,.. 1 ' .'' ' ' -' `' —`� ^ � '=' ' ', `,, `` ^—'—I'= ^ ' - —.' 341 ''.. . ' '...— ..—' ... . —. � �="`-', `'- . .. .'.-'~�_� ',-. .' .. `..`^^' ' 13orrIcacles used shall meet the requirement&slow an Barricade and `' . ' —`. _ .. .. '``'-`'`..'-`.'-.`^='_.... ` .�-._—'ll'``_``.``. � . ' .,^.^`.`._^^.'`..^.^'.''.. ' . '- `,~ S.that _. XX '`. gning shown 16 Intended to 11 lustrate the type of signing e4dR3-2 ^ � _ appropriate for numbered rou+es,or un-numbered rou+es as required. De+our routes should be signed as shown elsewhere In TEXAS .'. ' '. ''_ '. � ' '.' ' '', G. If+he rood Is open for a signtfican+distance beyond+he ' beyond+no Intersection,-the signs and barricades at this was ` .—...._'-.-.^..''—'— . .' `.. The Street .-�.-=.= XX -^ .'` -' .For urban areas where+here Is a shor+or distance be+ the ' . ^, XX MILES AHEAD(RII-3a)sign any be replaced with a ROAD CLOSED .' . ' ,`'. TO THRU TRAFFIC(RII-41 sign. If adequate space does no+exist between+he Intersection and the closwe a single ROAD . ..' ,.^,'�,=. 500 FT(CW20-3C)signs. '', '`''.-`'-`.. 'DET^ ^-- ~M%+. Z-`&P.—fronwit of W" %1ORK ZONE ROAD CLOSURE DETAILS ROAD ,.'" BEYOND .° INTERSECTION ROAD �,^c ' THE INTERSECTION Signing for.=`-Route with'"^-Detour Signing for`--- Route with'Off-Site Detour WZ '.. �� `~.�� .����.,�., • • • • • • • a L - ♦ „ • • • • • • • • ..- • • > - • • - -• - - • _ • • • • • • 1 ..,• , _. • - - - - _ • - - '- . • • • • - l• _ - _ • • • • • • • - ; - - - • • • • •1 • BID TABULA TION THE CITY OF ROUND ROCK Bid Extended By: Man Bushak, PE Transportation Department Print Name OF Initials 3400 Sunrise Road Bid Opening Date: 7/20/2021 , Round hock, Texas. 78665 Bid Opening Location: 3400 Sunrise Road Liquidated Damages: S 500 / Calendar Da No. of Responses: 3 PROJECT NAME:20Z1 SMP Arterials - Hesters Crossing, Jeffrey way, Project Manager: JC Montelongo Paloma Dr, Mays St, Old Settlers Blvd, Forest Creek Dr Project Consultant: NIA PROJECT DURATION: 150 Calendar Da s ..: .... BIDDER'S NAME: Lone Star Paving Tezas Materials Alpbs Pavlog CONTRACTOR'S BUSINESS LOCATION: Austla, TX Cedar Pa TX Aenti TX GUARANTEE: BB -Bid Bond CC -Cashier Chec TC CertifieV-10d Check Bid Bond Bid Bold Bid Bond ­_ STATEMENTAFET E7 PERIEIVE: Y- -No Yea Yes Yes ADDENDUMIN ACKNOWLEDGED? Y• s N•No Yes yes,1 Yes R Al"PROX. t1w UNi _ UNIT M ITEM DESCRIPTION TY. UNIT PRICE COST Price COST PRICE COST 1 Pavement Repair (12" depth) 2258 "Ton $140.00 $316,120.00 $126.15 $284,846.70 $124.00 $279,992.00 2 Rernove and Replace Curb and Gutter 5l0 $87.50 $44,625.00 $57.20 $29,172.00 $63.00 $32J30.00 3 Remove and Replace Reinforced Concrete Sidewalk 6050 SF 1""EA $12.00 $72,600.00 $ 11.95 $72,297.50 ..-. $14.00 $94,700.00 4 Re=vc and Rcplacc Reinforced Concrete Driveway 1400 SF $16.00 $22,400.00 $15.60 $21.940.00 $17.00 f23,800.00 5 R- --- einforced Concrete Sidewalk Ramp 2 S1,800.00 $3,600,00 $1,820.60 53,640.00 $2,000.00 S4,000.00 6 Surface Milling (2" depth) 213796 SY $1 A0 $342.073.60 $2.33 $498,144.68 $2.85 $609.318.60 7 Edge Milling (0".2") 100 SY $2.35 $235.00 $1 IA6 $1,146.00 $700.00 $70,000.00 8 Type D HMAC Surface Course (2") 24057 Ton $115.00 S2,766,555.00 $89.00 $2,141,073.00 $113.50 $2,730,469.50 9 Valve Can Adjushnent 6 EA $800.00 $4,800.00 S 130.00 mS780,00 � "Y $865.00 '' $5.190.00 10_ Manhole Adjustment 22 EA $900.00 $17,600.00 $350.00 $7,700.00 5865.00 $19,030.00 11 Refl Pay Mrk Ty I (W) 4" (SLD)(lOOMIL) ----- 15096 ---------- LF $0.45 $6,788.70 $0.46 $6,939.56 $0.70 510,560 20 12 lRcfl �,W..---- Pay Mrk TY I (W) 4" ($RK)(100MIL) 39155 LF $0.20 ' S7,831.00 S0.20 $7,831.00 $2.40 $93,972.00 13 Refl Pave Mrkr TY I-C 1000 EA $4.35 $4.350.00 S4.44 $4,440.00 S5.25 $5,250.00 14 Refl Pay Mrk TY I (Y) 4" (SLD)(100MIL) 54053 LF $0.45 $24.323.85 $0.46 $24.964.38 SO.75 S40,539.75 15 Refl Pay Mrk TY I (Y) 4" (BRK)(100MIL) 13109 LF $0.20 $2,621.60 E S0.20 ; . $2.621.60 SO.25 S3,277.00 16 Refl Pay Mrkr TY [I -A -A 2100 EA $4.05 $8,505.00 S4.13 $8,673.00 $5.00 $10,500.00 17 Refl Pay Mrk TY I (W) 8" (SLD)(100MIL) 6572 LF S1.00 $6,572.00 S1.02 $6,703.44 $1.25 $8.215.00 18 Refl Pav Mrk TY I (W) 8" (HRK)(100MIL) 402 LF $i .40 $763.80 S 1.94 5779.88 --- ----------- - ---- $3.00 $ I ,206.00 19 Rcfl Pay Mrk TY I (W) 12" (SLD)(IOOMIL) 2434 LF $3.50 $8,519..00 S3.57 $8,689.38 $3.00 $7,302.00 20 Refl Pay Mrk TY I (Y) 12" (SLD)(100MIL) 2087 LF $4.00 $8,348 00 S4.08 S8,514.96 $3.00 $6,261.00 21 Rcfl Pay Mrk TY [ (VI) 24' (SLD)(1 OOMIL) 1347 LF $9.10 $12.257.70 S9.28 $12,500.16 S6.00 $8,082.00 22 Refl Pay Mrk TY I (WM(Arrow)(100MIL) 76 EA $130.00 $9,380.00 S132.60 $10,077.60 st S15&00 $11,856.00 23 Rcfl Pav Mrk YT I (W)(WORD "ONLY")(100M1L) 31 EA $145.00 $4.495.00 S147.90 $4,584.90 S174.00 $5,394.00 24 Traffic Control 4 MQ $36,325.00 $145,300.00 S37,750.00 $151.000.00 S26,W0.00 S104,0W.00 TOTAL: $3 841 164.25 $3 1 SA59.74 S4175045.45 SHEET: i of I. % N%ft% o Ta ♦ l 4coi % A .# 1 e_1.* ..saM..• � S V S14A„ f oo' ; 480 F�&*to NN ROUND ROCK TEXAS TRANSPORTATION July22, 2021 Re: 2021 SMP-Arterial Engineer's Recommendation of Award of Contract Dear Mr. Hudder: Mayor Craig Morgan Mayor Pro -Tern Rene Flores CouncUrnembers Michelle Ly Matthew Baker Frank Ortega Kristin Stevens Hilda Montgomery City Manager Laurie Hadley City Attorney Stephan L. Sheets A total of four (3) sealed bids were received and opened on July 20, 2021 for the above referenced project. The bids ranged from $3,318,859.74 to $4,175,045.05. Texas Materials from Round Rock, Texas, submitted the lowest bid in the amount of $3,318,,859.74. The engineer's opinion of probable construction cost for this project was $3,502,869.54. Texas Materials has successfully completed similar projects within the City in the past and has proven they are capable of performing the work. After reviewing the contractor's experience and bid price, I recommend award of this project to Texas Materials in the amount of $3318,859.74. Sincerely, JC (Jose) Montelongo II Staff Engineer Attachments: Certified Bid Tab CITY OF ROUND ROCK TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT* 3400 Sunrise Road, Round Rock, Texas 78665 (P) 512.218.7044 9 (F) 512.218 5563 • roundrocktexas.gov -------------- - - ----------- CERTIFICATE OF INTERESTED PARTIES FORM 1295 1of1 ------ -- ------ - - - - ------------------------- ---- ----------- --------------- -------------------------- - Complete Hos.1- 4 and 6 it there are interested parties, OFFICE USE ONLY Complete Nos, 1, 29 31 5, and 6 If there are no Interested parties, CERTIFICATION OF FILING ------ - - -- --------------- -------------- I Name of business entity filing form, and the city, state and country of the business entity's place Certificate Number. of business. 2021-783626 Texas Materials Group, Inc. CEDAR PARK, TX United States Date Filed* ------ 2 Name o-f--governmntae- l e- ntity or state agency that Is a party to the contract for which the form is 07/27/2021 being -filed'. Date City of Round Rock Acknowledged* - - - - - --------- ----------- - - M-NiN i W_ 3 Provide the Identification number used by the governmental entity or state agency to track or Identify the contract, and provide a description of the services, goods, or other properfjr to be provided under the contract. 2021 SMP Arterials Project 2021 Street Maintenance Program (SMP) -Arterials Hesfers Crossing Road, Jeffrey Way, Paloma Drive, Mays Street, Old Settlers Boulevard, Forest Creek Drive 4 Name of Interested Party City, State, Country (place of business) Nature of Interest (check appit ble) -10 ---------------- Controlling ------ --- Intermediary CRH, Inc., -- Atlanta, GA United States -- --------- X ------ ---- _WWWWONW1111- ------ ----- ------- ---- - ------ ------- MN NN NNOWN - - N-0111111i W OWN-0810-M-_ --------------------------------- --------- - ------ ----- ---------------- N - ---------------------------------------- --- - I ------------ ---------- - --------- -- ----------------- ---------- N --- ---------- --- --- ------- 5 Check only It there Is NO Interested Party. 13 ------------------ 6 UfVSWORN DECLARATION My name Is Dean Donnellan - ------------------ -- -------------- m and date of birth Is ------------------------ ------ -- -- -- - - --------- --- y My address Is 1320 Arrow Point Drive, Suite 600 Cedar Park - ----------- - TX7$6I3 ------- --------- USA (street) (city) (state) (zip code) (country) 1 declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct* 20 21 Executed In Williamson County, State of Texas ------- ----- on the 27th day of Ju!y (month) (year) ---------- --- --- - - ---------------------------------- ------------- ------ - ---- -- ---- -------- OWN -- ---- Signature of cut ofized agenYo"Tsocontracting busines ptigt_. Forms provided by Texas Ethics Commission wWw,,ett1icsstatetx1,Us Version V1.1.cettd98a CERTIFICATE OF INTERESTED PARTIES FORM 1295 10fl Complete Nos, 1 4 and 6 if there are interested parties. OFFICE USE ONLY Complete Nos. i, 21 31 5, and 6 if there are no interested parties. CERTIFICATION OF FILING 1 Name of business entity filing form, and the city, state and country of the business entity's place Certificate Number: of business. 202lm783626 Texas Materials Group, Inc. CEDAR PARK, TX United States Date Filed: 2 Name of governmental entity or state agency that is a party to the contract for which the form is 07/27/2021 being filed. City of Round Rock Date Acknowledged: 07/28/2021 g Provide the identification number used by the governmental entity or state agency to track or identify the contract, and provide a description of the services, goods, or other property to be provided under the contract. 2021 SMP Arterials Project 2021 Street Maintenance Program (SMP) —Arterials — Hesters Crossing Road, Jeffrey Way, Paloma Drive, Mays Street, Old Settlers Boulevard, Forest Creek Drive 4 Name of Interested Party City, State, Country (place of business) Nature of interest (check applicable) Controlling Intermediary CRH, Inc. Atlanta, GA United States X 5 Check only if there is NO Interested Party, ❑ 6 UNSWORN DECLARATION My name is ,and my date of birth is My address is -9 ---- I �- (street) (city) (state) (zip code) (country) declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed in County, State of , on the day of 120 (month) (year) Signature of authorized agent of contracting business entity (Declarant) Forms provided by Texas Ethics Commission www,ethics.state,tx,us version vi.i.cettag8a.