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N01 93077 (NFO)0064-121-195,C501, B635 12/14/2018
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Subject: Pavement Demo Quantites Type: Proposal
Question Date: 11/10/2018 1:02:06 PM
The soil borings show existing asphalt thickness of 24” – 60”+ on each side of the existing bridge. Please verify that this demolition of asphalt must be included in Bid Item 900 – “Demo of Flexible Pavement”?  
Answer   Date: 11/16/2018 9:26:15 AM
Demolition of the full depth of asphalt pavement thickness must be included in Bid Item 900.  
Subject: Modular Retaining Wall Type: Plan
Question Date: 11/9/2018 5:12:53 PM
The back of the modular retaining wall system extends beyond the benched excavation limits shown in the plans and cross sections, and results in additional excavation. Does this additional area need to be backfilled with Select Material and/or EPS Fill?  
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Question Date: 11/12/2018 8:37:20 AM
Please confirm that the distance "B" shown on sheets 126 and 127 of the bridge applies to the entire height of the wall. In other words, please confirm the select material Type 1 or Type 2 incidental to the retaining system is a vertical line based on distance "B", or is what is incidental step in as the stems from the wall panels step in?  
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Subject: EPS Type: Other
Question Date: 11/9/2018 3:50:05 PM
Would the Department consider substituting poured in place lightweight cellular concrete in lieu of EPS blocks?  
Answer   Date: 11/13/2018 9:37:57 AM
Lightweight cellular concrete will not be considered in lieu of EPS blocks.  
Subject: Vibration Monitoring Type: Specifications
Question Date: 11/9/2018 10:05:45 AM
Under the Measurement and Payment section of the Special Provision for Vibration Monitoring it states that 50% of the lump sum price will be made upon receipt of all Release of Liability letters by the Engineer. Release of Liability letters are not addressed anywhere else within the Special Provision. Please provide further information on what exactly is required for these letters, and who is to provide them.  
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Subject: Pier 5 Column Spiral Reinforcin Type: Plan
Question Date: 11/9/2018 9:54:23 AM
Can the #4 CRR I for Pier 5 Column Spirals be changed to individual #4 Hoops with a 1'-11" lap spaced at the pitch spacing of 12"? The #4 CRR I in coil to make spirals is not available at this time.  
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Subject: PDA Testing Type: Bid Sheet
Question Date: 11/8/2018 3:21:03 PM
Item 1950 quantity is incorrect. There is only 1 test pile at abutment 1 and b, and only 1 test pile at piers 2 and 5.  
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Subject: Temporary Fence at Railroad Type: Plan
Question Date: 11/8/2018 2:57:14 PM
Sheet 9 of the bridge plans calls out an 8' temporary chain link fence with fabric at the base on either side of the railroad tracks, and says to see E&S plans. Sheet 6A of the plans calls out TSF-B and TSF-A, not an 8' chain link fence. Which is required?  
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Subject: No. 25 or 26 Aggregate Type: Bid Sheet
Question Date: 11/8/2018 10:52:16 AM
Should there be a bid item for the 4" of No. 25 or 26 Aggregate shown beneath the rip rap slope protection on sheet 6 of 127? If not, where should the cost for this item be included?  
Answer   Date: 11/16/2018 9:25:40 AM
In accordance with Section 414.04 of the Specifications, bedding material is included in payment for the riprap. The bedding material, complete-in-place, is incidental to Dry Riprap Class A1 20” (TON) bid price. The weight of the bedding stone will not be tracked for payment and will not be included in the weight (TON) of the riprap for payment.  
Subject: Bid Date Type: Other
Question Date: 11/8/2018 7:56:33 AM
Due to the number of unanswered questions, will the Department be delaying the bid date for this project?  
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Question Date: 11/12/2018 10:39:36 AM
Requesting a delay in the bid date to allow for time to properly address recently answered and current unanswered questions.  
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Subject: Mass Concrete Type: Specifications
Question Date: 11/7/2018 4:34:35 PM
The minimum dimension on Piers 1 and 2 are greater than 5 feet, which could classify those pours as a mass concrete pour. Please confirm if these pours should be classified as mass concrete, and if so provide the Special Provision to be followed.  
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