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Inquiry #1: Sheet 84 shows only 2 concrete barrier transitions, Conc BARRIER-1 Trans and Conc BARRIER-2 Trans. However, on sheet 297 under note F Concrete Transition Barrier, see "Roadway Plans" there are three locations that concrete barrier transitions will occur. Please Clarify.
Inquiry submitted 12/17/2018

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


Response #2:Refer to Addendum No. 1, dated January 7, 2019.
Response posted 01/08/2019




Inquiry #2: Sheet 77 the concrete transition is only for locations 46,47,48. However sheet 162 Q-11 Sheet has locations 84 and 94 referencing sheet 77 or sheet C-58 for details. Please update sheet 77 to include these locations.
Inquiry submitted 12/17/2018

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


Response #2:Refer to Addendum No. 1, dated January 7, 2019.
Response posted 01/08/2019




Inquiry #3: Refer to plan sheet 205. Please confirm the quantity of sign fixtures and type of disconnect required for each overhead sign shown on the plans, if any.
Inquiry submitted 01/04/2019

Response #1:Your inquiry has been submitted for review.
Response posted 01/04/2019


Response #2:Per the project plan, sign fixture and disconnect are not required to be installed on the overhead sign.
Response posted 01/07/2019




Inquiry #4: Could you please provide barrier offsets for the 60MC barrier, I am trying to find them and not having much luck. A 60MC can have an offset in grade elevation up to 3 difference. Anything greater than 1 offset requires the rebar to be fully caged. Im having a hard time trying to quantify the rebar and concrete for the 60MC. Any information is greatly appreciated.
Inquiry submitted 01/04/2019

Response #1:Your inquiry has been submitted for review.
Response posted 01/04/2019


Response #2:Refer to Addendum No. 1, dated January 7, 2019.
Response posted 01/07/2019




Inquiry #5: Are the posts in Bid Item 112 - Alternative In-Line Terminal System required to be stained?
Inquiry submitted 01/11/2019

Response #1:Please see Sheet 164 (Q-13), Table for "STAIN GALVANIZED SURFACES (LS)"
Response posted 01/15/2019




Inquiry #6: Item #115 60MC requires cross sections in order to determine the barriers offset so that the correct concrete and rebar can be calculated. Could the State please provide the correct cross section with elevations on them. This information is required to bid this work.
Inquiry submitted 01/11/2019

Response #1:No additional information is available. Bid per current contract documents. Refer to Addendum No. 1, dated January 7, 2019.
Response posted 01/15/2019




Inquiry #7: In reviewing several of the sites it looks like major earthwork will be required at several of the guardrail locations. Several existing runs have existing buried anchors that are changing to In-Line Terminals. This will require large amounts of excavation and grading and possibly retaining walls to hold materials on slopes to meet the requirements of the standard plans for the specified guardrail layouts. How is all of this excavation & grading work to be paid?
Inquiry submitted 01/11/2019

Response #1:Minor grading, as required and shown in the standard plan details for guardrail and end treatments, should be included in the price for the rail and end treatments. Refer to C-64 for Rail Element Wall.
Response posted 01/15/2019




Inquiry #8: No grading information is provided for the guardrail terminals. Please provide grading for these terminal locations since the new layouts differ from the existing layouts and major excavations will be required at several locations.
Inquiry submitted 01/14/2019

Response #1:No additional information will be provided at this late date. Minor grading, as required and shown in the standard plan details for guardrail and end treatments, should be included in the price for the rail and end treatments. Refer to C-64 for Rail Element Wall.


Response posted 01/15/2019


The information provided in the responses to bidder inquiries is not a waiver of Section 2-1.07, "JOB SITE AND DOCUMENT EXAMINATION" of the Standard Specifications or any other provision of the contract, nor to excuse the contractor from full compliance with the contract. Bidders are cautioned that subsequent responses or contract addenda may change a previous response.


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