installing a side drain, constructing a curb section, or constructing the driveway) should be kept to the minimum necessary to complete the work.
(e) Control of Livestock. The Contractor is required to provide such fencing as needed to contain livestock adjacent to the project limits until such time as permanent fencing is installed. Permanent fencing is fencing that is installed in its final location and will not be disturbed by construction operations for the remainder of the contract. All
other fencing is considered temporary fencing and shall not be paid for unless specifically provided for in the contract. There are no specifications temporary fence; however, it must be adequate to control the livestock.
payment is governing
107.03 Restraining Conditions. (a) Department R/W. Unless otherwise stated
on the plans, all known environmental clearances needed obtained for Department Right-of-Way during the plan construction, continued monitoring of all work will be done
for a project will have been development stage. During by the Resident Engineer and
his Staff. If a Specifications,
Restraining Condition, as defined in Subsection 107.10 of the Standard is encountered, the Resident Engineer shall notify the Environmental
Division and be stopped
the District Engineer immediately. until a further determination is
same time, work
at that site
Environmental Division will document the disposition of the site by memorandum to Construction Office for distribution. Project work may continue in areas not affecting
material at the site in question. (b) Off-Site Locations.
Section 107.10 of the Standard Specifications
requires environmental clearances for ALL project related off-site locations used by the Contractor. This includes borrow pits, haul roads, waste areas, equipment storage areas, etc. Commercially operated pits or quarries, as defined in the Specifications, must also have environmental clearances; however, the owner/operator of the commercial site is responsible for obtaining the clearances.
To facilitate obtaining the required clearances, the following procedure will be
The Contractor should submit to the Resident Engineer a separate
“Restraining Condition Clearance location before commencing any
Request” form (Figure 107-2)
for each available
off-site on the
Construction drive of the LAN (CSD4:\misc\clr-frm2.doc). As part of Contractor will prepare a location map of the proposed off-site location Quadrangle map in sufficient detail to enable anyone to look at the proposed site, and survey the area.
this request, the on a 7.5 minute sketch, find the
(2). The Resident Engineer should review the site to ensure it has been staked sufficiently to locate it and that no site work has been performed. The Resident Engineer shall fax the sketch and “Restraining Condition Clearance Request” form directly to the
(FAX No. These actions
501-569-2009) and should be handled as
mail the original form expeditiously as possible.
The Environmental Division will notify the Resident Engineer of the
disposition of the site request document it by completing
(approval or disapproval) within 10 business days and will the remainder of the “Restraining Condition Clearance