Item asphalt Specification PN 534 PN 520 PN 525 PN 540 C&MS current min. price adjustment $800
$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $800 proposed min. adjustment $400
$400 $400 $400 $400 Proposed Language for each Specification: The total price adjustment must be more than $400.00. Price Adjustment Clauses Minimum Amount
Graphic: -$400.00 $400.00 $0.00 negative dollars positive dollars don't process price adjustment change order
process price adjustment change order Table 108.07 Schedule of Liquidated Damage Original Contract Amount (Total Amount of the Bid) From More Than $0.00 $500,000 $2,000,000
$10,000,000 Over $50,000,000 To and Including $500,000 $2,000,000 $10,000,000 $50,000,000 Amount of Liquidated Damages to be Deducted for Each Calendar Day of
Overrun in Time $400 $600 $900 $1,500 1,400 $3,200, 2,900 C&MS 109.05.D.2.e Field Overhead Table 109.05-4 The Department will pay the salary and fringes plus a 5 percent markup for field personnel
identified in Table 109.05-4. One Clerk may be substituted with One Assistant Superintendent or One Engineer. Original Contract Amount Up to $5,000,000 $5,000,001 to $50,000,000 Over $50,000,000
Field Personnel One Superintendent One Superintendent, One Assistant Superintendent or One Engineer, One Clerk One Superintendent, One Assistant Superintendent, One Engineer, One Clerk
C&MS 109.09 Estimates 109.09 Estimates. If satisfactory progress is being made, the Contractor will receive monthly payments equaling the Work and materials in place. The monthly payment is approximate, and all partial estimates and payments are subject to correction in the Final Estimate and payment. Payment for Work and materials shall not, in any way, prevent later rejection when defective Work or material is discovered, or constitute acceptance under 109.11 or 109.12. Any pay item deficient in material approval can be withheld for payment on an estimate. C&MS 109.12 Final Acceptance B. Punch List. The Final Inspector will issue to the Contractor a written
punch list of work required as a condition of acceptance. For project involving multiple public agencies, the Final Inspector will receive and compile punch lists from all agencies that have authority to provide one prior to issuing the Departments punch list. The Final Inspectors punch list will stipulate a reasonable time to complete the required Work. Failure of the Contractor to complete the punch list items by the stipulated time will result in the assessment of fifty percent of the Liquidated Damages according to 108.07 for each Calendar Day for every day beyond the stipulated time the punch list work remains incomplete and beyond the revised Completion Date. PN 013 - DBE Utilization Plan and Good Faith Efforts
During Administrative Reconsideration, the Office of Chief Legal now has five business days to respond to the Apparent Low Bidder after they have submitted documentation Minor edits to grammar or format PN 015 - Contract Provisions for Federal-Aid Construction Contracts Form FHWA 1273 The prime contractor shall be responsible for ensuring that the FHWA1273 is physically incorporated into all lower-tier subcontracts. PN 029 On The Job Training Program
The primary objective of the OJT Program is to offer equal opportunity for the training and upgrading of minorities, women, and disadvantaged persons toward journeyperson status in the highway construction trades, and to establish a plentiful and well diverse pool of skilled workers for the highway construction industry. The Contractor shall adhere to all requirements of the OJT Program as set forth in the most recent version of the ODOT On the Job Training Program Plan located here [ http://www.dot.state.oh.us/Divisions/ODI/SDBE/OJTDocs/OJT%20Program %20Plan.pdf .], and incorporated in its entirety herein by reference.
PN 108 Dispute Resolution Board & PN 109 Dispute Resolution Advisor Revise text defining the location of disputes and claims on the Departments website Update District Construction Administrator to District Construction Engineer Add text to provide contractor 14 days to review District Step 2 documents prior to hearing Add text to not pay interest on claims unless itemized and included in settlement prior to agreement Allow for electronic signature of Dispute Review Board Three Party Agreement PN 105 - CPM Progress Schedule for Single Season Projects &
PN 107 - CPM Progress Schedule for MultiSeason Projects Add a Table of Contents Change Activity Description to Activity Name Require a Finish to Finish Relationship if the two activities are already linked with a Start to Start relationship Revise Activity relationships to not allow negative lag Allow Work Breakdown Structure, but not in lieu of Activity Codes PN 105 - CPM Progress Schedule for Single Season Projects & PN 107 - CPM Progress Schedule for MultiSeason Projects Remove a requirement that schedule durations are to be contiguous
Revise Schedule Updates to have a data date of the first day of the current month, not the last day of the preceding month Allow the Department two more days to review a monthly schedule update Better differentiate the two types of schedule revisions Revisions on the critical path Revisions not on the critical path PN 132 CPM Progress Schedule for Design Build Multi-Season Projects Standardize a CPM Specification for all design-build projects. PN 132 contains language contractors have seen in our current CPM Specification, but with a different approach to schedule development.
Early in design-build projects, the plans are not developed and the level of detail is still pretty broad for buildable units. As the plans are further developed, the new note allows for more detailed construction schedule. Provisions are still in place for monthly progress updates, revision schedules, delay schedules and recovery schedules. The schedule is still a lump sum bid item with payments during the course of construction. PN 520 - Fuel Price Adjustment Add Item 860 Thinlay Asphalt Concrete Contract Termination Termination for Convenience
BRO US-52 Culvert Project Outlet was below the OHWM of the Ohio River, this elevation was incorrectly shown on the plans. Contractor not able to dewater the culvert as bid, and Underwater inspection report and other material not posted for contractors to view prior to bid District request to our office to rebid the project with correct elevation and reference material Termination Cost $3,278.56 Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM Existing software is unstable in the Stage environment
Upgrade to software that fixes some of these issues P6 Professional client version (existing) and P6 Web (new) Provide training to review any new features Upcoming Updates Item 619 Field Office Printer Scanner Copier Connectivity Item 107.21 Prompt Payment
Establish a process to investigate when a subcontractor was not paid by the prime contractor Geotechnical Specification Updates Stephen Slomski, P.E. SS 878 S 1015 General Updates Supplemental Specification 878 Inspection and Compaction Testing
of Unbound Materials Emphasize that this item includes Inspection of the Work not just compaction testing services Inspection involves observations that the material, the placement, and the compaction conform to specification requirements Consultant inspectors and ODOT ones have the same monitoring responsibilities SS 878 Inspection & Compaction Testing 878.01 Description. This work consists of performing inspections, performing compaction testing, and providing
reports and other required documentation for Items 203, 204, 205, 206, 304, 411, 503, 840, 867 and other items as specified. SS 878 Inspection & Compaction Testing 878.04 Inspection and Field Testing and Inspection. Subdivided to identify tasks and requirements A. Inspection added definition and requirements B. Field Testing no change C. Notification no change SS 878 Inspection & Compaction
Testing 878.04 Inspection and Field Testing and Inspection. A. Inspection. Perform inspection to ensure the placement and compaction of unbound materials conform with Contract Documents. Take photographs showing initial condition, the daily progress of the work, unusual conditions, noncompliant work, and corrective actions. SS 878.04 (continued) A. Inspection
Inspection includes observations, measurements and verifications to ensure that: Preceding activities have been completed (e.g., 201, 202); Surface ready to accept material; Grading was checked - cross section, benching, typical section; Correct material provided, no debris; Spread to required lift thickness, not segregated;
SS 878.04 (continued) A. Inspection Compaction uses correct roller and number of passes; Correct moisture content maintained during compaction; Corrective actions taken to address failing tests or unstable materials; For 205 and 206: stabilization chemical applied at the required rate; chemical, added water and soil thoroughly
mixed; and the curing coat correctly applied. SS 878 Inspection & Compaction Testing 878.05 Forms and Weekly Reports. Provide accurate inspection information, tests, and calculations. Report inspections on Department forms to include a daily report and the construction quality documentation forms for the items inspected. Report the inspection and compaction tests on Department forms described in S-1015. Furnish the inspections, photographs, compaction test results, and measurements to the Engineer daily.
Supplement 1015 Compaction of Unbound Material Increased the compaction testing frequency to: Every Day Every Lift (except 611 and 503 backfill) 1015.09 Number of Tests. Divide the work into lots as shown in the following table. Perform the minimum number of compaction tests as shown in the table each day of material placement.
S 1015 Compaction of Unbound Material TABLE 1015.09-1 MINIMUM NUMBER OF COMPACTION TESTS PER DAY Item 203 and 205 lift area > 2500 yd lift area 2500 yd Maximum Lot Size Minimum Number of Compaction Tests
2000 yd (1530 m) One per Lot or One for every lift, whichever results in more compaction tests 500 yd (380 m) One per Lot or One every 2nd lift, whichever results in more compaction tests Remainder of table is the same. For Comparison: 1 test per 2000 CY of 8-inch lift 1 test per 10,000 SY (90,000 SF)
1 test per 500 CY of 8-inch lift 1 test per 2,500 SY (22,500 SF) S 1015 Compaction of Unbound Material Maximum Lot Size Footnote to provide additional guidance * Smaller areas may be combined into one lot, not to exceed the maximum lot size, by the Engineer to maintain a workable system. For example, two or more areas containing small quantities of embankment material could be combined into one lot, provided that each of the smaller areas are tested and that the frequencies of testing are similar.
Item 202 Removal of Structures and Obstructions Added requirement to 202.03 Structures Removed: Remove any existing welded form hangers, welded attachments two inches or longer measured parallel to the long axis of the top flange of steel beams or girders, and welded attachments that interfere with the placement of welded shear connectors. Clarified 202.04 Pipe Removal to include headwalls: Remove and reuse, store, or dispose of pipe, or culvert, including headwalls, as specified in the Contract Documents. Item 203 Roadway Excavation &
Embankment 203.03.J - Revised using Petroleum Contaminated Soil (PCS) to remove outdated practice and contaminant levels J. If electing to use PCS, submit the information stated below in a suitable format at least 10 workdays before the intended usage. 1. Have an ODOT prequalified consultant, in environmental site assessment and remediation, review the proposed usage. 2. Use PCS that conforms to all current environmental policies, rules, and regulations under OAC 1301: 7-9-16 Item 204 Subgrade Compaction and Proof Rolling Incorporated SS861 Geogrid for Subgrade Stabilization
Construction activities moved to C&MS as new 204.07.B Geogrid material in new C&MS Item 712.15 Geogrid SS861 has been retired for the 2019 C&MS Item 206 Chemically Stabilized Subgrade 206.05.A - Changed default Cement Spreading Rate to 5 percent and the default dry density for soil of 115 pounds per cubic foot 206.05.B.1 - After the initial mixing, remix the soil and introduce water through the mixer to bring the mixed material to at least between 2 and 4 percent above optimum moisture content for cement... 206.08 - Excluded applying the quantity underrun adjustment factors to the bid unit prices for cement and lime Similar changes made to 205 Chemically Stabilized Embankment
Item 206 Chemically Stabilized Subgrade 206.05.D. Curing Immediately after the compaction and shaping of the chemically stabilized subgrade By the end of each days operation, cover the stabilized work areas surface with curing coat for curing the chemically stabilized subgrade. Geotechnical Bulletin 1: Plan Subgrades Global Chemical Stabilization Revised GB1, Section D. Designing Subgrade Stabilization
Where it is determined that soil is present where a majority of sulfate content values are found to be greater than 3,000 parts per million (ppm), or individual soil samples with sulfate contents greater than 5,000 ppm are present, contact the District Geotechnical Engineer to discuss options Will chemically stabilize with sulfate contents below 5,000 ppm Replaced 16 deep treatment with 14 deep treatment Item 209 Linear Grading Item 617 Reconditioning Shoulders Added requirements for safety edge preparation to 209.06:
When preparing the subgrade for a safety edge, grade an area approximately 10 inches (250 mm) wide from the edge of the paved surface to remove vegetation and any high spots. Provide a surface free of vegetation and level with or slightly below the paved surface to be paved. Added requirement to 617.04 Shoulder Preparation: Do not cut a safety edge installed as part of the Work. Item 304 Aggregate Base
Revise 304.03 to have Contractor perform sampling and testing Before Spreading. Sample the material stockpile, according to ASTM D75, to determine the initial moisture content to be used for compaction. Create the moisture-density curve according to AASHTO T 99, Method C, to determine the optimum moisture content. For projects when the total volume of material is less than 1000 cubic yards (765 m3), the optimum moisture content may be obtained from a moisture-density curve that was performed on the material within 1 year prior to the date of placement. Supplemental Specification 840 Mechanically Stabilized Earth
Wall 840.04.A.13 Design soil reinforcement connection locations to avoid obstacles: Otherwise, provide a special design to avoid the obstacle, such as a structural frame or attaching steel angles to panels using anchors or connection devices that are cast into the panel. Show the details of the special design in the drawings. Supplemental Specification 840 MSE Wall 840.04.B.2.d On elevation view show: d. Obstructions to the soil reinforcement, such as catch
basins or bottom of moment slabs. 840.04.B.5.f Panel Shop Drawings show: f. Aesthetic surface treatment details and limits, obtained from the contract documents. Minimum relief of aesthetic pattern formliners of 1.0 inches, unless otherwise indicated. Supplemental Specification 840 MSE Wall 840.06.K. Coping. Added expansion joint details: Provide expansion joints in the coping no more than every 20 feet (6m) along the length of the wall. Locate the expansion joints to align with the panel joints and to be oriented vertically. Provide additional expansion joints as necessary for breaks in
wall slope and/or changes in the wall alignment. Install -inch (12 mm) thick preformed expansion joint filler in joints between coping sections... Supplemental Specification 867 Temporary Wire Faced MSE Wall Issued 4/15/2016 Replaced non-standardized Plan Notes; varied by Designer Walls shown in plans and Contractor designed alternatives PAVEMENTS
Specification Update Julie Miller 255 Full Depth Pavement Removal and Rigid Replacement 255.05 changed to allow use of pneumatic drills (SS 800 7/21/17) Previously only allowed hydraulic or electric drills Hydraulic drill manufacturers are few Provides contractor equipment flexibility More of a performance based spec/must not spall or damage existing concrete Consistent with FHWA recommendations Industry standard
401 Asphalt Concrete Pavements/302 Asphalt Concrete Base 401.11 Added 90 minute load out to spreading (SS 800 10/20/17) Long hold times in silos causing placement issues ODOT now controls on project side 401.12 Safety edge equipment and required configuration added (2019 C&MS) Needed to standardize in spec book since safety edge is common practice 401 Asphalt Concrete Pavements/302 Asphalt Concrete
Base 401.15 Anti-segregation equipment clarification added to night paving (SS 800 10/20/17) Required for surface course whether or not there is a pay item 302.04 Allows 2 lifts when total thickness is 7 to 7.75 Must be approved based on District Testing 402 / S1101 Asphalt Concrete Mixing Plants Calibration (SS 01/19/19) New plant calibration procedure Aggregate and RAP Weighbridge Calibration
Requires running at high/low TPH Binder pump calibration 2 methods allowed Method A. With aggregate simulation previously only method allowed Method B. Allows calibration without aggregate simulation Use of Method B requires daily 6-minute calibration procedure 402 / S1101Asphalt Concrete Mixing Plants Calibration (SS 01/19/19) Method B comes with requirement for daily weighbridge validation: Before every production day/night
Aggregate and recycled material weighbridges Total tons in 6-minutes to be within 2% of initial calibration If out of tolerance go back to full calibration procedure (Method A) 421 Microsurfacing Entire spec was revised with 1/19/2018 SS 800 Basics of microsurfacing methods and materials didnt change much More stringent mix design requirements implemented Requirements for Quality Control implemented 422 Chip Seal
422.06 Removal of RPMs now required for all chip seals (SS 800 1/19/2018) 422.13 and 442.14 Measure and pay for RPM removals 422.09 Loose Gravel signs changed to Loose Gravel/Fresh Tar and now required at all intersecting roads in the placement alignment (SS 800 1/20/17) To provide notice to traveling public/not previously required at intersecting roads 447 Asphalt Concrete Mat and Joint Density Acceptance New Item 447 added to 2019 C&MS and replaces SS806
SS806 was introduced in 2015 to address poor longitudinal joint performance Uses direct joint coring to test for density Mat density included and mirrors 446 requirements To date used only on 12.5 mm projects May consider for other asphalt types in future No changes between SS 806 and 447 (at this time) 447 Asphalt Concrete Mat and Joint Density Acceptance Year 2015 2016
2017 2018 Number of Projects 4 7 11 16 Avg. Joint Density 89.3% 91.1% 91.2%
451/452 Portland Cement Concrete Pavement 451.09 Allows use of tubular dowels (SS 800 7/21/17) New product evaluation in 2016 OPE and OMM (Structural Steel) determined to be viable product 451.18 B. Determine compressive strength using the thickness cores (2019 C&MS) Why put more holes in the pavement? 499 Concrete Microfines - allowed by SS 800 1/20/17 Microfines can provide added strength at reduced cement content
Microfines are mineral filler with specific mineral and gradation characteristics GGBFS renamed as Slag Cement to be consistent with industry standards (2019 C&MS) 499 Concrete Design Air Content - from 6% to 7% 2% (SS 800 7/15/16) Target increased to help ensure in-place air content is adequate FHWA recommended that ODOT tighten spec ODOT studies indicated that 14% of QC-1 mixes had 4 4.5% air at delivery Spec should not be set at lower limit statistically some placed
material will not meet Intent was to decrease amount of non-durable concrete 499 Concrete QC-1P New mix design for concrete pavement (2019 C&MS) Added to differentiate as different than QC-1 Concrete for pavement has specific aggregate requirements SCC Concrete 2019 C&MS allows SCC and defines allowable slump Added for use with decorative features Railings, frescos, walls Previously producers juiced with admixtures ODOT saw need and provided specifications
608 Walks, Curb Ramps, and Steps 609 Curbing, Concrete Medians, and Traffic Islands Added requirement for application of non-epoxy concrete sealer Initiated by Ohio Concrete Intent to provide durability to surface of concrete flatwork Some industry concerns: Extra MOT expense (cure time + 30 days) Curing compound removal Limited return on investment May require specialty contractor Looking at possible revisions
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