Has performed the function intended, and
Is either temporary or emergency in nature.
NOTE: Material accepted on the basis of Method (3) is not required, due its nature, to come from the Department's usual sources -- i.e., certified asphalt and concrete plants, etc.
Materials accepted by any of the above methods must perform satisfactorily for the intended use.
The primary documentation for acceptance of material under the above methods shall be provided by the Resident Engineer accepting the material. The documentation shall consist of a daily field inspector's report or source document (Report of Work
Performed, Daily material and the
Report, etc.) with a statement as approximate quantity of material
to the basis of covered by the
acceptance of the
statement shall say "The per Subsection 106.17 of
quantity the R.E.
of material Manual".
Upon completion of placement of the material, a memorandum shall be written to the State Construction Engineer advising of the total amount of material accepted under this procedure and the method used for acceptance (i.e., visual inspection from reliable source, certification by manufacturer or supplier, or Resident Engineer certification that the material performed the function intended and is temporary and/or emergency in nature). The memorandum shall include the type and source of material, the type of work in which it was used, and the quantity involved.
The following examples are approximate maximum quantities of material that may be accepted under the methods indicated above:
Aggregates (other than for use in Portland cement concrete) -- not to exceed approximately 90 metric tons (100 tons) per day nor more than approximately 450 metric tons (500 tons) per project
Asphalt Mixtures -- not to exceed approximately 45 metric tons (50 tons) per day nor more than approximately 225 metric tons (250 tons) per project.
Asphalt Cement and Liquid Asphalt -- not to exceed per project approximately:
3 800 L (1,000 Gals.) 7 600 L (2,000 Gals.)
Prime, Tack Asphalt in A.S.T.
15 metric tons (15 Tons)
4. Paint -- not to exceed approximately 75 liters (20 gallons) per project. Acceptance to
be based on weights and analysis on container. PAVEMENT MARKING PAINT.
THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE
Masonry Items -- subject to checking for size and visual inspection. No limit on quantity accepted by this method.
Plain and reinforced concrete pipe and metal pipe -- not more than approximately 30 meters (100 feet) per project.