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Inquiry #1: Cross-section B-B at the Route 99SB Off Ramp / Route 99 Separation shows removal of a reinforced concrete expansion dam. There is typically a Bridge Removal (Portion) bid item for an operation like this. Under which bid item(s) is this removal work intended to take place?
Inquiry submitted 02/03/2023

Response #1:Your inquiry has been submitted for review.
Response posted 02/06/2023

Response #2:Reinforced concrete expansion dam removal is included in the “Remove Asphalt Concrete Surfacing” bid item. Refer to paragraph 1 in section 60-3.02C(3), “Removing Asphalt Concrete Surfacing,” of the Standard Specifications. Bid per current contract documents.
Response posted 02/08/2023

Inquiry #2: The project specification 14-11.16 Asbestos Materials in Bridges indicates that 8 bridges must be surveyed for asbestos materials and outlines requirements for an Asbestos Survey and Sampling Work Plan as well as an Asbestos Survey and Sampling Report.
There are no bid items listed for the Asbestos Survey and Sampling Work Plan or the Asbestos Survey and Sampling Report and the spec section does not specify how these items will be paid (ie as part of bid item 13-Asbestos Compliance Plan). Please advise on how these items are to be billed and paid.

Inquiry submitted 02/21/2023

Response #1:Your inquiry has been submitted for review.
Response posted 02/21/2023

Response #2:Attention is directed to Addendum No. 1 dated February 22, 2023. Place your bid in accordance with the current contract bid documents.
Response posted 02/22/2023

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.