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Inquiry #1: Will a sheet showing the details for the bent cap with column mock-up be made available?
Inquiry submitted 11/29/2018

Response #1:Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 11/30/2018


Response #2:Reference is directed to sheet 107 of 141 for details of bent cap mockup. Please bid per current contract documents.
Response posted 12/03/2018




Inquiry #2: Are there cross sections available for the work along the CR1 line under the bridge?
Plan sheet 4 shows lines A-A, B-B, C-C, and D-D. Is there any information for these sections?

Inquiry submitted 12/05/2018

Response #1:Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 12/06/2018




Inquiry #3: It is not clear what the roadway excavation bid items refer to. Plan sheet Q-1 remarks that much of this occurs "offsite." Can you provide clarification as to how much soil is to be excavated, from where, and where backfill should be placed? The contour grading sheet in the plans seems to have existing and final grades intermingled, and the volume change deducible from that drawing is a fraction of the amount of soil the bid items call for.
Inquiry submitted 12/12/2018

Response #1:Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 12/12/2018


Response #2:The Roadway excavation on Q-1 is referring to the creek work on Sheets C-1 through C-4.

The roadway excavation is within the prism on Sheet C-4.

As part of the roadway excavation, we will salvage as much excavation as needed to place back into the creek. This material would need to be processed (filtered) offsite and stockpiled. Refer to specs for sizing of material. We would then place back this selected material back to the creek.

So excavate (1355), process/stockpile (850), and move back to the creek (volume of selected materials) within the same prism.

Refer to the x-sects of Sheets C1-C4. We are filling in material between voids of the RSP so volume of material being taken out won't match the volume being placed back in.

Response posted 12/17/2018




Inquiry #4: Re: Temp striping footages on plan page SCQ-1 these footages for thermos pm,6" yel and w 6" broken and 8" are not added on to the items biddin#132,133,134,135. There will be a large shortage at bid time.Thank you for checking in to this.
Inquiry submitted 12/13/2018

Response #1:Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 12/13/2018


Response #2:See PDQ-1. There is a row adding the quantities from SCQ-1 to be added to the quantities on PDQ-1 to give us the total.
Response posted 12/17/2018




Inquiry #5: Re: Temp striping footages on plan page SCQ-1 these footages for thermos pm,6" yel and w 6" broken and 8" are not added on to the items biddin#132,133,134,135. There will be a large shortage at bid time.Thank you for checking in to this.
Inquiry submitted 12/13/2018

Response #1:Same question as above.
Response posted 12/13/2018




Inquiry #6: Re: Temp striping footages on plan page SCQ-1 these footages for thermos pm,6" yel and w 6" broken and 8" are not added on to the items biddin#132,133,134,135. There will be a large shortage at bid time.Thank you for checking in to this.
Inquiry submitted 12/13/2018

Response #1:Same question as above.
Response posted 12/13/2018




Inquiry #7: As a follow-up to inquiry #3, could you release cross-sections that show the expected excavation (1355 CY), before it is processed and moved back into the creek?
Inquiry submitted 12/17/2018

Response #1:Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 12/17/2018


Response #2:See link below:

www.dot.ca.gov/dist4/construction/contracts/04-1G4304/CR1-XSections.pdf
Response posted 12/19/2018




Inquiry #8: Can you provide cross sections for the shoulder excavation and V-gutter excavation?
Inquiry submitted 12/19/2018

Response #1:Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 12/20/2018


Response #2:Please refer to sheet DD-4 for details for v-gutter.

Below is a link for the x-sections of the shoulder widening. Also refer to Sheets X-1 and L-1.


www.dot.ca.gov/dist4/construction/contracts/04-1G4304/CR1-XSections.pdf


Response posted 01/03/2019




Inquiry #9: One of the Transition Type WB-31's appear to be installed in a radius. These Transitions cannot be radius'd since the piece that goes from Thire Beam to W-Beam cannot be bent. Please provide more details on how to build this.
Inquiry submitted 12/20/2018

Response #1:Submitted for construction.
Response posted 12/20/2018


Response #2:The transition WB-31 in question is not being installed in a radius. It is tying into a concrete barrier that is being installed in a radius.
Response posted 12/21/2018




Inquiry #10: Per specifications
Add to section 37-6.02B of the RSS for section 37:
Crack treatment material must be Type 3.
Crack treatment must be cold-applied.

per specifications
Type 3 Crack treatment material is not cold applied it is a hot applied rubberized modified sealant

please confirm that we are to use specified Type 3 hot applied as cold applied will not meed requirments

Inquiry submitted 01/03/2019

Response #1:Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 01/04/2019




Inquiry #11: Is the Imported Topsoil supposed to be a part of the Landscape/ Planting plans or the Erosion Control plans?
Inquiry submitted 01/04/2019

Response #1:Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 01/04/2019


Response #2:Imported topsoil is part of the roadway work (creek). Although imported topsoil is part of the roadway work, please note that the imported topsoil, plant tubes, portions of the RECP (netting), sprinkler assemblies, etc. need to be constructed in conjunction during placement of RSP.
Response posted 01/08/2019


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