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2003 SPECIFICATIONS

SECTION 105

number (road name) and general description of work. this Manual].

[See Subsection 109.07(c)(4) of

105.05 Cooperation and Coordination with Utilities. The Resident Engineer shall monitor ALL utility work which occurs within the project limits and document significant work in the Construction Diary. When the utility work is reimbursable, a separate Utility Diary is sometimes required. Particular attention shall be given to those utility operations which may interfere with the Contractor's operations and the diary entries documenting such work shall provide sufficient detail to permit a determination to be made of the extent of such interference. Section 111 of this Manual gives additional details on utility relocation and adjustment work. The Contractor should be reminded that utility companies will mark the location of their facilities if they are notified prior to the Contractor's beginning any operations. Such notification, if given in a timely manner,

may prevent encouraged to

delays due to inadvertent damage to utilities. Contractors use this locating service before beginning excavation work.

should

be

105.06 Cooperation and Coordination with other Contractors. Cooperation and Coordination with other Contractors are addressed in Subsection 105.08 of the Standard Specifications and may be further modified by specific contract provisions. The Resident Engineer should be familiar with these provisions and shall document in the Construction Diary any problems that arise.

105.07 Field Records. It is necessary that original source documents be retained as a part of the official project records. If it becomes necessary to clarify original records by recopying or redrawing, the original record shall be submitted along with the final record and properly cross-referenced so that it can be checked.

Resident Engineers should stress the importance of original documentation to all personnel charged with making original entries and emphasize that such entries should be made carefully and as neatly as possible in order to preclude the necessity of recopying. Supervisory personnel shall make frequent checks to insure that these instructions are

being rigidly followed. necessary.

The Resident Engineer's constant attention to this matter is

shown

105.08 on the

Survey Control Stakes and Markers.

plans

are

often

within

the

construction

(a) General

limits

and

must

Bench Marks be transferred.

Frequently it is desirable to establish additional Bench Marks at convenient locations that will expedite placing of vertical control stakes as work progresses. Level notes obtained when transferring plan Bench Marks and establishing additional Bench Marks are to be retained in the Resident Engineer's office in accordance with Subsection 123.10 of this

Manual.

All horizontal and vertical control points (Bench marks, P.I.'s, P.O.T.'s, P.C.'s,

Borrow

Pit

Baselines,

etc.)

are

to

be

referenced.

The

reference

points

shall

be

located

and protected so that construction and can be

they will not be displaced, damaged, or removed during used to replace or restore the referenced control points. Paint or

other type markings shall not drainage structures, bridges, construction and which are not

be placed on any part of the roadway, including curbs, etc., which will not be obliterated or covered during a part of the permanent markings for traffic control.

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