Chapter 4: Construction Details, Section 90: Concrete Caltrans

Chapter Four - Contract Administration Procedures

4 0 2 2 3 1 1 1 14 3.86 3 Using a national or local existing index (ENR, BLS, RSMeans). 3 6 1 1 1 1 0 1 14 2.93 4 Using a regional index (by district or similar) developed and kept by each agency using its historical bid data. 3 0 5 1 2 2 0 0 13 3.38 5 Using a state index by category developed and kept by each agency using its historical bid

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PDF Water Specs 2006.F-S.R1 - Hayward, CA

The Standard Specifications for Construction of Local Streets and Roads, State of California Department of Transportation, latest revision, and Section 90, "Portland Cement Concrete" of the "Amendments to 2002 Standard Specifications." Surveyor - A City surveyor who by definition is an authorized agent of the Director and Engineer

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PDF Chapter 5 Parking Lot Design - APAI

5-4 Parking Lot Design Figure 5-2. Table 5-2.Parking layout dimensions (ft) for 9 ft stalls at various angles. STALL LAYOUT ELEMENTS On Dimension diagram 45° 60° 75° 90° Stall width parallel to aisle A 12.7 10.4 9.3 9.0 Stall length of line B 25.0 22.0 20.0 18.5 Stall depth to wall C 17.5 19.0 19.5 18.5

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PDF STANDARD DETAILS of CONSTRUCTION - New York City

38. h·1050 reinforced concrete pavement construction details (sh. 1 to 4) 39. h·1051 temporary wooden steps 40. h-1053 details for constructing areas of adjustment and transition sections 41. h-1054 limits of measurement for payment of temporary asphalt pavement 42. h·1055 pavement key type a, b-1, b-2, c 43. h-1056 typical granite curb 44.

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DOC Chapter 3: Mitigation - FEMA

The three case studies included in this chapter highlight a cross section of available mitigation tools, the process of community involvement and partnership building that is a significant part of the mitigation planning process and some of the impediments to effective mitigation. ("Caltrans") uses several different types of triggers to

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PDF 318-11 Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete

Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI 318-11) and Commentary First Printing August ISBN 978--87031-744-6 American Concrete Institute®

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Subchapter 4. Construction Safety Orders

Construction Safety Orders. Article 1. Introduction (Sections 1500 - 1503) Article 2. Definitions (Sections 1504 - 1505) Article 3. General (Sections 1508 - 1527) Article 4. Dusts, Fumes, Mists, Vapors, and Gases (Sections 1528 - 1537)

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PDF 3. Pipeline Crossings and Clearances

above, provide a note on the drawings, both plan and profile, referring to Standard Detail M/8.3. This detail calls for replacing disturbed earth under and to 1'-0'' above the existing pipeline with compacted structural fill. (2) For special crossing situations, such as 1) d) above, provide the special design and details

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MNL-66(20): ACI Detailing Manual - American Concrete Institute

Document Details. Author: Pages: 500. ISBN: 9781641951067. Categories: Detailing. Formats: Printed Document or Protected PDF/Web View. Table of Contents. Section 1—ACI 315R-18. Section 2—Details. Section 3—References. Section 4—Appendix. ERRATA INFO. Any applicable errata are included with individual documents at the time of purchase.

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PDF WisDOT Bridge Manual Chapter 18 - Concrete Slab Structures

Section 502 - Concrete Bridges Section 505 - Steel Reinforcement • Other Specifications as referenced in Chapter 3 18.2.2 Material Properties The properties of materials used for concrete slab structures are as follows: f' c = specified compressive strength of concrete at 28 days, based on cylinder tests 4 ksi, for concrete slab superstructure

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PDF Unified Facilities Criteria (Ufc) Structural Engineering

Chapter 3 of this UFC, as it is written in ASCE 7-16. The IBC and ASCE 7-16 section modifications are one of four actions, according to the following legend: [Addition] - Add new section, including new section number, not shown in IBC or ASCE 7-16. [Deletion] - Delete referenced IBC or ASCE 7-16 section or noted portion of a

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Caltrans and Recycled Transportation Products

Caltrans specifications allow the use of compost as a soil amendment (Section 20-2.03). Mulch is used for weed control and water conservation, and is made from tree bark and clean wood chips, including clean construction wood waste (Section 20-2.08). New mulch specifications.

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PDF Pc-17 Retaining Walls

08/11 Chapter 5 Post-Construction Concrete retaining wall: An engineered concrete wall designed to stabilize a slope and retain the rock or soil behind it. Masonry retaining wall: A structure similar to a concrete retaining wall but using masonry blocks of specific design for aesthetic appeal. A masonry block wall

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PDF Chapter 4 Thickness Design - APAI

Table 4-1.Thickness Design: Residential Streets A. For Asphalt Concrete Base Pavements Thickness in Inches Design Criteria* Asphalt Concrete Traffic Class Subgrade (ADT) Class CBR Base Surface Total II Good 9 4.0 1.0 5.0 (50-200 ADT) Moderate 6 5.0 1.0 6.0 Poor 3 5.5 1.5 7.0 III Good 9 4.0 1.5 5.5 (201-700 ADT) Moderate 6 5.0 1.5 6.5 Poor 3 6.0

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PDF Sewer Design Guide - San Diego

Sewer Design Guide (Revised May, ) City of San Diego Public Utilities Department 9192 Topaz Way • San Diego, CA 92123 Tel (858) 292-6300 Fax (858) 292-6310

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Standard Specifications for Construction of Sanitary Sewer

Standard Specifications for Construction of Sanitary Sewer Table of Contents (select link) 1. Sect 09 90 00-Coating and Painting 2. Sect 31 23 19-Dewatering 3. Sect 33 01 30.13-Sewer System Testing 4. Sect 33 01 30.16-TV Inspection of Sewer Pipelines 5. Sect 33 01 30.71-Cured In Place Pipe 6. Sect 33 05 13-Manholes and Precast Vaults 7.

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PDF chapter 9 culverts - Montana

chapter. This chapter also: • presents results of culvert analysis using microcomputers which emphasizes the use of MDT's Standard Step Program and FHWA's HY 8 culvert analysis software, and • provides a summary of the design philosophy contained in the AASHTO Highway Drainage Guidelines, Chapter IV. Concepts 9.1.3

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Browse - California Code of Regulations

California Code of Regulations Home; Updates; Search; Help; California Code of Regulations. Title 1. General Provisions

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Chapter 8 - Alternative Contracting and Construction

Project Name Work Description Construction Capital Cost at Contract Award Project Savings Highway Facility Rehabilitation, Reconstruction, or Replacement Projects Implemented by Caltrans SBD 58 Kramer Junction Innovation: Earthwork and landscape changes Highway Realignment $165,245,000 $41,266,000 SBD 215 Barton Rd IC Innovation: Project

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PDF Street Design Manual - San Diego

1. Streets shall be paved with asphalt concrete over cement-treated base, concrete, or full-depth asphalt concrete in accordance with City of San Diego Standard Drawing, SDG-113 or with a com-parable structural section approved by the City Engineer. 2. P.C.C. pavement is required for streets with grades greater than 12 percent. 3.

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Construction Standard Drawings | ADOT

The Construction Standards Index Sheets are available on the Roadway CADD Standards page under the Construction Standards Index Sheets: 1A, 1B, 1C and 1D section. Combined set of current Standard Drawings (link is external) Drawing Number. Drawing Name. Revision Date.

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PDF Chapter 4 Construction Details - California

For details about concrete production, review Section 4 -90, "Concrete," of this manual. The method for placing rock will either be Method A or Method B, whichever the contract designates, as discussed under Section 4-7203A, "Rock Slope Protection," earlier in this section.

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PDF Precast Concrete Design-Construction CA LTRA N S BEST ALL

SECTION A—A 122 #19 bstirrop at pile pile rein! Details are similar to 0late Section A—A' except as Fee exist cverhang dimensions see, shown. "Bent 1131k Details No. 2" sheeL Far pile details xee,"1065 Pita SECTION B—B Beat 1980 @ 300 I lI' Limitct 439 eost,tat 14 w 430 istcibotioe n 'g reinf EZZI 1r 416 419Vj @150 onder esch

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Chapter 4: Foundations, California Residential Code

The provisions of this chapter shall control the design and construction of the foundation and foundation spaces for buildings. In addition to the provisions of this chapter, the design and construction of foundations in flood hazard areas as established by Table R301.2(1) shall meet the provisions of Section R322.Wood foundations shall be designed and installed in accordance with AWC PWF.

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PDF Chapter 710 Traffic Barriers - Transportation

in Chapter 720, "Impact Attenuator Systems." When installing new terminals, consider extending the guardrail to meet the length of need criteria in 710.05(4) as a spot safety enhancement. Concrete barrier terminal requirements can be found in 710.08(3). When the end of a concrete barrier has been terminated with a small mound

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Tas Chapter 4: Accessible Routes

All components of an accessible route shall comply with the applicable requirements of Chapter 4. Advisory 402.2 Components. Walking surfaces must have running slopes not steeper than 1:20, see 403.3. Other components of accessible routes, such as ramps (405) and curb ramps (406), are permitted to be more steeply sloped.

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