Project Quality Certification Checklist
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Appendix A Project Quality Certification Checklist Page 1 of 11 8/25/2005 Project No. ___________________________________________ County ___________________ PI Number ___________________________________________ Office ____________________ Office Head _______________________________________________________________________ Design Group _______________________________________________________________________ Consultant _______________________________________________________________________ Name __________________________________ Initials ________ Specialty ___________________ Name __________________________________ Initials ________ Specialty ___________________ Name __________________________________ Initials ________ Specialty ___________________ Name __________________________________ Initials ________ Specialty ___________________ Name __________________________________ Initials ________ Specialty ___________________ Name __________________________________ Initials ________ Specialty ___________________ As a part of the Quality Control process the plans must be checked for the following items before a Field Plan Review is requested. The Project Manager (or his appointed designee) must verify that the items are correct and date and initial each line. All lines must be completed. If a N/A is entered, initials must be entered. I certify that persons named above have completed the checklist as part of the Quality Control process and the plans are acceptable quality for the Field Plan Review.. ____ ____________________________ ___________________ Signature date Schedule Date by ______ _____ I certify that the request for the Field Plan Review has been submitted in accordance with the PDP schedule. ______ _____ The request for the FPR is not in accordance with the PDP schedule. The request was not submitted in accordance with the schedule for the following reason(s). ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ Project Quality Certification Checklist 8/25/2005 Page 2 of 11 P/ Date By P-PFPR F C’kd. F- FFPR General P/F All items from the FPR checklist are included. P Known Design Exceptions/ Variances required have been requested. F Known Design Exceptions/ Variances required have been approved. P/F Project Plans agree with Concept Report (and STIP/ TIP) P/F All design levels are turned off or on as appropriate on the plans that are printed for distribution. F All items noted in previous plan reviews are addressed in the plans per your responses to the comment. (i.e. Items responded to with a "done" or "will do" response are done; etc.) P/F Project meets ADA Design Requirements. P/F Curb Cuts are shown and labeled if curb and gutter is used. F All grading required under the bridge is addressed in the plans. P/F Driveway widths, radii and paving sections are shown. P/F Driveway widths and grades are in accordance with GDOT policy. P/F All items required in the Environmental Document have been discussed with the person preparing the document and the project can be built while complying with the requirements. P/F All items that were required in the Environmental Document and permits are included in the plans or Special Provisions and payment is addressed. P/F All mucking, unsuitable material replacement, benching and any other recommendations from the soil survey are included in the plans or Special Provisions. Payment for this work and materials are addressed. F Earthwork pay items are in accordance with GDOT policy and quantities are accurate. P/F The electronic Earthwork files match the plans. P/F The earthwork calculations included in the submittal are labeled by the road and stations and a summary sheet is included that shows the total earthwork. (adjusted for shrinkage) P/F Special situations for earthwork are described in the summary. (Such as borrow being required during the early stages of the project where earthwork calculations show “wasted” material at the completion of the project. P/F The survey data has been field verified. P/F The plans agree. (i.e. the cross sections show the same construction limits as the plan sheets; the typical sections, plan sheets and cross sections, S &M plans show the same pavement widths at the same station, etc.) P/F If the project requires RR coordination, the RR concurs with the plans. Project Quality Certification Checklist 8/25/2005 Page 3 of 11 P/ Date By P-PFPR F C’kd. F- FFPR P/F Planning Data Services has been notified if any portions of existing GDOT R/W will be abandoned. F Foundation Investigations have been done for Sign Structures and High Mast Lighting. The plans are in accordance with the recommendations. P/F Any needed stream buffer variances have been obtained. Special Provisions P/F All Project Specific Special Provisions are included and have been modified as needed for the specific project. P/F No unnecessary Special Provisions (esp. Shelf Special Provisions) have been included. P/F The 150.11 Special Provisions has limitations that apply to this project. P/F Any time limitations and liquidated damage charges are addressed in 150.11 and 108.08 Special Provisions. Cover Sheet P/F Project Number(s) and Description(s) are correct. P/F Project Map is Complete (Bridges, City/ County Limits, Rivers, Road Names, Exceptions, Equalities, etc.) P/F Project Lengths are correct P/F Project Limits/Exceptions are correct P/F County / Congressional District percentages are correct P/F Traffic Design Data is correct (and the base year is approximately the programmed let year) Final Plans Signatures/PE stamp are on the final plans. P/F The notes on the cover sheet are correct. P/F The Functional Classification is shown and is correct. P/F The Project Designation is shown and is correct. Index P/F All Standards and Construction Details necessary for Project are listed and are current. Final Plans All Standards and Construction Details included are included in the final plans. Project Quality Certification Checklist 8/25/2005 Page 4 of 11 P/ Date By P-PFPR F C’kd. F- FFPR Typical Sections P/F Pavement / shoulder widths in accordance with "Green Book" and GDOT policy. P/F Cross Slope rate and direction for pavement and shoulders and side slopes are correct. P/F The Profile Grade Line is shown and is consistent with the plans. P/F "Varies" widths are shown on the plans. P/F All dimensions are accurate. P/F Sufficient dimensions are provided to construct the project. P/F Existing Centerline/Pavement referenced on the proposed section. P/F Adequate Clear Zone is provided. (unless a DV has been obtained) P/F Station Limits Agree with the Plan Sheets and Cross-sections (also, no overlaps or skips). P/F Guardrail Detail Included/ with Slope Control Table, including pavement and curb under guardrail if needed. F Pavement Section agrees with Approved Pavement Design. F Alternate Pavement Structures are included if applicable. P/F Superpave Levels and Descriptions in accordance with GDOT policy. P/F Class B Concrete Widening detail included if needed. P/F Pavement Reinforcing Fabric detail included if needed. P/F Curb and Gutter type and size shown P/F All notes are accurate for the project P/F All special details included. (special ditches, midslope berms, slope reinforcement, etc) P/F All undercut details and locations are included and payment is addressed. P/F Pavement details are shown for temporary pavement. P/F Bike lanes (and/or additional pavement width) are included if needed. P/F All items shown in the Soil Survey are addressed. (i.e. undercut, additional GAB, benching, etc.) Summary of Quantities F Items are included in Summary for all work shown on the plans F The Quantities for the above items are accurate. F Two independent sets of quantity calculations have been done and agree and are in the project file. F All GA. Standards noted in the summary are included in the list of standards. P/F Drainage Summary is in accordance with the Drainage manual. P/F Project specific pipe selection chart included. P/F All special notes included. (Special Clearing Limits, Field Office, etc) Project Quality Certification Checklist 8/25/2005 Page 5 of 11 P/ Date By P-PFPR F C’kd. F- FFPR Detailed Estimate F The items numbers listed in the Detailed Estimate are correct. F The items shown in the Summary are also listed in the Detailed Estimate (items that have a Separate Pay Item). F The quantities shown agree with the Summary. (Slight round-up allowed however, bridge quantities are not rounded) F Asphaltic Concrete items are in accordance with GDOT policy. F All supplemental information required for each pay item is provided. (Size, Type, Special Provision, Construction Details, etc.) F The items are separated by category (Signing, Temporary Erosion Control, Bridge, etc.) General Notes/Project Notes P/F The NOI is required (or not required) note included and accurate. P/F The “One Call” number for utility location is included. P/F Disposal of existing bridge note included if needed. P/F List of utility owners is complete and accurate or a note stating there are “no utilities on project” is on the plans. P/F All necessary project specific notes are included. Construction Plan and Profile Sheets P/F The Project Limits and End Construction stationing is shown and all work is within these limits. (including side roads) (including tie-ins, and staging) P/F The proposed roadway ties to a road that will exist when the project is constructed or a temporary tie is shown in the plans. P/F All Horizontal and Vertical alignments are in accordance with GDOT policy. P/F Adequate geometry is included to construct project. P/F Pipe sizes, flow arrows, structure types are shown and agree with drainage profiles. P/F Guardrail limits and anchors labeled. (The summary box matches the information shown in the plans.) P Driveways are in accordance with GDOT policy. Project Quality Certification Checklist 8/25/2005 Page 6 of 11 P/ Date By P-PFPR F C’kd. F- FFPR F Driveways are in accordance with GDOT policy unless changed by R/W agreement. All design variances required for driveways have been approved. P/F If a roadway ditch is draining a pond or wetland, the impact is included in the Environmental Document and the 404 permit. P/F If fill is being placed in standing water, adequate R/W or easement has been provided to construct and maintain the fill and to provide adequate erosion control. Easements and Pay Items for restoring the pond are provided if needed. P/F All ponds and dams are shown. P/F All wetland and historic boundaries are shown. P/F All Environmentally Sensitive Area (ESA) boundaries are shown, if necessary. P/F Stations and offsets are shown to the R/W markers. P/F Any special ditches (with flow arrows) are shown in the plan view. All streams are labeled and the direction of flow is shown. P/F If the grade of the road is less than 0.5% (also applies to flat areas on vertical curves), the SE is not less than 2% (in transitions) (It is not possible to pave these areas without creating “birdbaths”.) P/F The “K” values for the vertical curves are shown and meet the proposed speed design. P/F The sideroad grades match the mainline grade at the intersections. P/F No sediment basins are within wetlands. (Unless they have been “mitigated”. Erosion Control P/F Erosion Control Plans and Pay Items are in accordance with GDOT policy. P/F Adequate R/W or easements are provided for sediment basins. P/F Sediment basin sizes and elevations (including primary / emergency spillways) shown. P/F Ditch protection shown and accurate per HEC 15. P/F Adequate R/W is provided to install and maintain all devices. P/F Monitoring locations and items are included if necessary. P/F The CMP accurately reflects the field conditions. (2 Monitoring sites (upstream and downstream) for streams or 1 representative Monitoring location for outfalls) P/F Sediment basin construction detail sheet (D-22) is included and the required information is completed. Project Quality Certification Checklist 8/25/2005 Page 7 of 11 P/ Date By P-PFPR F C’kd. F- FFPR Signing and Marking Plans P/F Pavement width agrees with Construction Plans P/F Raised island locations agree with Construction Plans P/F Stop Bar and crosswalk locations agree with Signal Plans F Pay items are accurate and current P/F All needed Special Provisions are included and apply to this project P/F Crosswalk locations match the WCRs shown on the Construction Plans Signal Plans P/F All strain pole locations are labeled and are within the R/W. P/F All pole locations are labeled and any guy wire anchors needed are on the R/W. P/F All poles are “set-back” per GDOT policy or protected unless a design variance has been requested (at PFPR) or approved (at FFPR). P/F Mounting heights are shown for all aerial cable.(on joint-use poles) F An agreement has been obtained if aerial cables, tension wires, etc. are being attached to an existing Ga. Power (or other utility) pole. F The plan notes address when the Contractor's maintenance of the signal begins. P/F All Special Provisions required for the signs, signals and interconnect fiber are included. F All pedestrian buttons are accessible. Drainage Details P/F The pipe sizes, elevations, and structure types shown on the construction plans, drainage cross sections, drainage profiles, and drainage summary agree. P/F No catch basins are located in intersection radii of less than 75 feet. (Move structure or use 1019A Type E, or 1019B.) P/F All utilities and other structures that may conflict with the drainage are shown. P/F The drainage structures and pipes do not conflict with any proposed utilities. P/F The Traffic Control Plans address any staging required for culvert and crossdrain construction. P/F No water is being trapped against the roadway fill (i.e. wetlands are not being created). Project Quality Certification Checklist 8/25/2005 Page 8 of 11 P/ Date By P-PFPR F C’kd. F- FFPR P/F Concentrated flow in toe ditches and pipes is carried to an established drainage channel (or, rip rap is provided change concentrated flow to sheet flow). P/F Raising the pavement during various stages of construction does not trap water in the roadway during stage construction. P/F Details for all pipes, culverts, culvert extensions, diversion channels, and structures required for temporary drainage are shown and payment is addressed. Cross-Sections P/F The cross-sections show the actual construction required (new pavement, overlay, widening, etc.). P/F The profile grade shown agrees with the profile. P/F The cross-sections agree with the drainage cross-sections and the cut/fill limits on the construction plan sheets. P/F The cross-sections agree with the typical sections. P/F Additional shoulder width is shown where guardrail is required. P/F The additional grading for the Type 12 Guardrail Anchors is shown or straight anchors are specified. P/F Turn lanes are shown accurately. P/F Adequate R/W has been provided for the additional grading at guardrail anchors. P/F The proposed grade is above the existing grade where the pavement is being overlaid. P/F The existing cross sections show existing retaining walls. Utility Plans P/F An accurate/ complete legend is included to identify the utilities (existing, proposed by others, and required work by contractor). P All existing utilities are shown on the PFPR plans. F All existing and proposed utilities are shown on the FFPR plans. P/F All utility work that may affect the required R/W or required easements is shown on the plans. F All utility work that is to be included in the contract is shown on the FFPR plans. F Payment is addressed in the FFPR plans (and Special Provisions provided) for all utility work that is to be included in the contract. Project Quality Certification Checklist 8/25/2005 Page 9 of 11 P/ Date By P-PFPR F C’kd. F- FFPR Bridge Plans P/F The bridge alignment and profile matches the roadway plans. P/F The bridge stations and elevations and skew angle agree with the roadway plans. P/F The bridge staging matches the roadway staging. P/F The bridge width is in accordance with GDOT policy. F All required pay items are included and the quantities are correct. P/F All required notes are included and are correct. F The bridge is designed and detailed in accordance with GDOT policy. F The bridge design meets AASHTO requirements. F All required information to stake out and construct the substructure is included and accurate. F All required information to stake out and construct the superstructure is included and accurate. F The superstructure fits the substructure. F The caps are wide enough for the bearings. (esp. on skewed bents) F The BFI has been reviewed and the recommendations are reasonable. F The foundation plans are prepared in accordance with the BFI. F The joint widths and locations agree with the design. F Details are provided and payment addressed for all utility attachments. P/F There is a route available to ship the beams to the bridge site. P/F A bridge condition survey has been done and all recommendations are addressed in the plans. (for bridge widenings only) P/F A bridge deck survey has been done and all recommendations are addressed in the plans. (for bridge widenings only) P/F The bridge site has been inspected; the endrolls and intermediate bents have been staked. There are no conflicts that will require changes to the bridge. F Cofferdams and seal concrete shown in the plans are per Office of Construction (Bridges) recommendations. P/F The Hydraulic and Hydrological Study and Preliminary bridge layout have been performed in accordance with the guidelines and requirements of Chapters 6 and 10 of the draft Georgia Drainage Design Manual. (Stream crossings) P/F The proposed bridge superstructure has the required free board as specified in Chapter 6 of the draft Georgia Drainage Design Manual. (Stream crossings) P/F The span arrangement of the bridge has been set so that bents within the stream channel have been eliminated or minimized (new structures only). Project Quality Certification Checklist 8/25/2005 Page 10 of 11 P/ Date By P-PFPR F C’kd. F- FFPR F Quantities shown in the Summary of Quantities are equal to the sum of the pertinent components. F Pile footing elevations are set such that there will be at least 2 feet of cover on top of the footing, and the cover is not excessive. F For footings with seal concrete, the elevation is given at the bottom of the footing for pile footings and at the bottom of the seal for spread footings, and the seal concrete detail is included in the plans. Wall Plans P/F All walls are shown accurately in the plan view and agree with the construction plans. P/F All walls are shown accurately on the cross sections. P/F The wall envelopes are accurate. P/F The ends of the walls tie to the existing ground or another structure. P/F The wall pay items are correct and the quantities are accurate. F Alternate wall plans are provided if necessary. P/F All stain poles, drainage and utilities near walls are shown on the wall plans. P/F Drainage through the walls is addressed. P/F Drainage at the ends of the walls is addressed. Staging Plans P/F Plans are buildable. P/F Horizontal and vertical alignments and construction details of onsite detours are provided. P/F All temporary grading and pavement is shown and the payment addressed (including removal). P/F The Staging Plans address all staging required for sideroad construction. P/F Water is not being trapped in the travel lanes. P/F An outfall is provided for all water during every stage. P/F All temporary drainage devices are shown and payment addressed. (This includes temporary; structures, slope drains, culvert extensions, etc.) P/F All adjustments to permanent drainage structures are shown and payment addressed. P/F Staging cross-sections are provided. P/F The cut/fill limits do not conflict with the travel lanes during any stage. Project Quality Certification Checklist 8/25/2005 Page 11 of 11 P/ Date By P-PFPR F C’kd. F- FFPR P/F Special Provision 150.11 covers any required time restrictions. (working hours by day of week, limits on lane reductions, limits on detours, special event clauses, etc.) P/F Special Provision 108.08 is included to enforce the limits shown in 150.11. P/F Detours of State Routes have been approved, are shown and any temporary signing is addressed. P/F Approval has been acquired from the local government if detours use local roads or if any local roads will be closed temporarily or permanently. P/F Adequate R/W (or easement) is provided for on-site detours.