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									      PROJECT NO. 07104 & 07105

     CONTRACT SPECIFICATIONS
        FOR THE LAYING OF
          WATER MAIN,
       AND APPURTENANCES

30” CHICAGO ROAD TRANSMISSION MAIN
         36” RAW WATER MAIN



OAK CREEK WATER AND SEWER UTILITY

           January 24, 2008
                                                      TABLE OF CONTENTS


Notice to Bidders .............................................................................................................................A & B

Instruction to Bidders ...............................................................................................................IB-1 - IB-5

Bid Proposal............................................................................................................................... P-1 - P-12

Bid Bond ............................................................................................................................... Not Included

Contract................................................................................................................................. Not Included

Performance Bond................................................................................................................ Not Included

Detail Specifications.................................................................................................................D-1 - D-51

General Specifications.......................................................................................................Eng. Dept. File

Standard Specifications for Sewer and Water Construction in Wisconsin,
Sixth Edition, December 22, 2003....................................................................................Eng. Dept. File

Highway and Structure Construction - Std. Specs. Dept. of Trans.,
Division of Highways, State of Wis. 2003 & Supplemental Specifications ...................Eng. Dept. File

Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices...................................................................Eng. Dept. File

Water Main Detail Drawings ....................................................................................... WD-1, 11, 13, 39,

Soil Boring Report (Gestra Engineering) ...................................At the rear of the Detail Specifications

Construction Plans...............................................................................................................Schedule One

Erosion Control Detail Drawings........................................................................................Schedule One

DNR – WPDES General Permit Requirements …..……………. At the rear of Detail Specifications

Wage Rate Determination ............................................................... At the Rear of Detail Specifications

DOT Permit Requirements.............................................................. At the Rear of Detail Specifications

DNR Soil Contamination Closure Map ......................................... At the Rear of Detail Specifications

Picture of existing cross at water treatment facility ..................... At the Rear of Detail Specifications

Note: Any addenda and plans are a part of this contract volume.
                                    NOTICE TO BIDDERS

OWNER           The Oak Creek Water & Sewer Utility hereby gives notice that sealed proposals
                will be received in the Utility’s office at 170 W. Drexel Avenue, Oak Creek,
                Wisconsin, 53154.
PROJECT         The work, officially known as Project No. 07104 & 07105, 30” CHICAGO
                ROAD TRANSMISSION MAIN PROJECT and 36” RAW WATER MAIN,
                consists of constructing the following approximate quantities:

                                 ITEM DESCRIPTION                                   QUANTITY
                 4” water main                                                    2,437 LF
                 12” water main                                                   38 LF
                 30” water main                                                   2,114 LF
                 36” water main                                                   3,171 LF
                 4” Gate valve                                                    2 EA
                 Hydrant assembly                                                 3 EA
                 Erosion mat                                                      2,000 SY
                 Silt fence                                                       2,300 LF
                 Asphaltic pavement                                               415 TN
                 Traffic Control                                                  1LS

TIME            Proposals must be received by the Utility Engineer no later than 9:00 a.m.,

                Friday February 8, 2008, at which time and place the proposals will be publicly

                opened and read aloud.



CONTRACT        Proposal blanks and contract documents may be obtained from Bonestroo, 12075
DOCUMENTS       N. Corporate Parkway, Mequon WI 53092. A non-refundable deposit of $75.00
                is required. Plans, specifications, and bidding documents are also available for
                download free at the Utility’s website: www.water.oak-creek.wi.us under the
                Public Contracts section.. All bidders shall bid in accordance with, and shall bid
                upon, the forms included in the construction documents.

STATUTORY       The Contract letting shall be subject to the provisions of Section 62.15, 66.0901,
PROVISIONS       66.0903, 144.06 and 779.16 Wisconsin Statutes. The minimum wage scale to be
                paid on this project shall be in accordance with the prevailing minimum wage as
                determined by federal or state law, whichever applies, and such wage is
                incorporated by reference, as it may be amended from time to time. If the United
                States Department of Housing and Urban Development or State of Wisconsin,
                Department of Workforce Development has issued a wage rate determination,
                then it shall apply.

BID GUARANTEE   A certified check or bank draft payable to the Oak Creek Water & Sewer Utility,
                or a satisfactory bid bond, in an amount not less than 5% of the bid shall
                accompany each bid as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted, the bidder will
                execute and file the proposed contract and bond within 10 days after the award of
                the contract. In case the bidder fails to file such contract and bond within the time
                set by the Utility, the check or bid bond shall be forfeited to the Utility as
                liquidated damages pursuant to SS.62.15(3).


                                                A
EQUAL            The Oak Creek Water & Sewer Utility hereby notifies all bidders that it will
OPPORTUNITY      affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this
                 advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to
                 submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on
                 the ground of race, color, sex, or national origin in consideration for an award.

BID REJECTION    The Oak Creek Water & Sewer Utility Commission reserves the right to reject
                 any and all bids, waive any informalities in bidding, or to accept the bid or bids,
                 which best serves the interest of the Utility.

BID WITHDRAWAL   No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of 30 days after the scheduled opening of
                 the bids without the consent of the Oak Creek Water & Sewer Utility
                 Commission.

BIDDING          Plans, specifications and bidding documents shall be available at the office of
DOCUMENTS        Bonestroo, 12075 N. Corporate Parkway, Mequon, 53092. Bidding documents
AVAILABILITY     are also available for download free at the Utility’s website: www.water.oak-
                 creek.wi.us under the Public Contracts section.




                                                 B
                           INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS


1.   Proposal Forms
     No bid will be considered which is not submitted on forms furnished by the Utility
     Engineer.

2.   Quantities
     The estimated quantities of the work are the result of careful calculations but are
     considered approximate. The quantity shown will be used as a basis for
     determining the lowest bidder. After the contract is awarded, the quantity of work
     listed under any item, or all items, may be increased or decreased according to
     the specifications at the discretion of the Utility Engineer, without invalidating the
     bid price.
     The general description of bid items is provided to give bidders a brief description
     of the work covered under this contract, but is not meant to be all inclusive of the
     work and materials required to complete each item. All miscellaneous items
     required by the plans and specifications, although not expressly listed on the bid
     form, are assumed to be included on the unit prices of each general bid item.
     Bids will be compared on the basis of the quantities listed in the Bidding
     Schedule. Payment on the contract will be based on the actual, field-measured
     units installed.

3.   Prior Examination of Contract Documents and Worksite
     Bidders shall inform themselves of the conditions under which work is to be
     performed by examining the contract documents, site, ground conditions and
     obstacles to be encountered in the field, and by such other means necessary.
     After proposal submittal, the Utility will not accept a claim that there was any
     misunderstanding as to the quantities, conditions, nature of the work, or extra
     compensation for items the Contractor failed to inform himself of prior to bidding.

4.   Inadequacies and Omissions
     Any verbal information obtained from or statement made by representatives of
     the Utility at the time of the examination of the contract documents or the site for
     the purpose of bidding, which apparently corrects or in any way amends the
     contract documents shall be invalid. The Oak Creek Water and Sewer Utility will
     not be responsible for such verbal information or statements.

     Bidders shall bring any inadequacies, omissions, or conflicts to the Utility
     Engineer's attention at least seven days before the due date of bids. Prompt
     clarification will be immediately supplied to all bidders by addenda, and each
     addendum shall be acknowledged on the proposal form. Failure to so request
     clarification of any inadequacy, omission or conflict will not relieve the contractor
                                          IB-1
     of responsibility. The signing of the contract will be considered as implicitly
     denoting that the contractor has a thorough comprehension of the full intent and
     scope of the specifications and drawings.

5.   Subcontractors

     Bidders shall be required to submit a list of subcontractors with their proposal in
     accordance with Section 66.0901(7), Wisconsin Statutes.

     This list of subcontractors shall not be added to nor altered without the written
     consent of the Utility Engineer. The Utility Engineer may reject proposals if the
     list of subcontractors and the class of work to be performed is omitted. The
     omission shall be considered inadvertent or a representation that the bidder will
     perform the work himself. If such an omission is inadvertent, the bidder shall
     provide the list of subcontractors within two working days from the date and time
     of the bid opening.

6.   Time of Performance

     When not otherwise specified, the bidder must state in the proposal the least
     number of calendar days (including Saturdays, Sundays and holidays) after the
     date to commence work given in the Notice to Proceed, in which he will start
     construction and the number of calendar days (including Saturdays, Sundays
     and holidays) after date to commence work given in the Notice to Proceed in
     which he will fully complete the work as specified.

     In stating time, the bidder should make due allowance for all probable difficulties
     which may be encountered.

     In the event of failure to complete the work within the time stated or otherwise
     specified, liquidated damages will be assessed as provided in the specifications.

7.   Proposal Guaranty

     The Oak Creek Water and Sewer Utility requires either a bid bond or a certified
     check of at least 5% of the bid.

8.   Requirements for Signing Proposals

     A.    The full name and business address of each bidder must be entered on
           the proposal submitted. The proposal shall be signed in the space
           provided by written signature of the person or persons properly authorized
           to sign it.

     B.    A proposal submitted by an individual shall be signed by the bidder or by
           an authorized agent.

                                        IB-2
      C.     A proposal submitted by a firm or partnership shall be signed by a
             member or by an authorized agent; if by joint adventurers, the proposal
             shall be signed by each of their authorized agent(s).

      D.     Proposals which are signed by an attorney-in-fact for individuals, firms,
             partnerships or joint adventurers shall have attached a power-of-attorney
             evidencing authority to sign the bid.

      E.     A proposal submitted by a corporation shall be signed by an authorized
             officer or agent of such corporation. Such corporation must be licensed to
             do business in the State of Wisconsin before a proposal to do the work
             can be received. If a foreign corporation, the state under which it is
             incorporated must be named.

9.    Submission of Proposal

      The proposal and the proposal guaranty shall be placed in an envelope or in
      separate envelopes and shall be sealed. On the envelope or envelopes shall be
      plainly written the PROJECT NUMBER, DATE OF OPENING BIDS, NAME OF
      BIDDER, AND THE TYPE AND LOCATION OF THE WORK. Such envelope(s)
      shall be addressed and delivered to the office of the office of the Utility before the
      time specified in the Notice to Bidders for opening bids.

10.   Withdrawal of Proposal

      A bidder may withdraw a proposal, provided the Utility Engineer receives a
      written request prior to the deadline for accepting proposals. The proposal will be
      returned to the bidder unopened.

11.   Bid Prices

      Bidders must submit a bid price, in accordance with the specifications, for each
      item of the job or branch, in compliance with the bidding units specified for the
      quantities listed in the proposal. Bid prices must be written out in words and also
      entered in figures. In case of variation, the written prices will prevail.

12.   Double Bidding

      Two proposals under different names will not be accepted from one firm or
      association.

13.   Disqualifying of Bid Proposal

      A bid proposal will be disqualified because of gross errors in computation which
      cannot be resolved by mathematical correction without resorting to information
      not contained in the bid.

                                           IB-3
      Errors in extension may be corrected providing that the unit cost is legible and
      can be definitely identified as complying with item specifications. The total bid
      shall be adjusted in accordance with approved extension corrections. An
      extension may not be divided by number of units specified to determine a unit
      cost if such is omitted by the bidder. It is the responsibility of the bidder to submit
      a neat, accurate and complete proposal if his bid is to be accepted.

14.   Right to Accept or Reject Bids

      The Utility reserves the unqualified right to reject any or all bids at its sole and
      absolute discretion, or to reject any or all bids where the Utility Engineer has
      determined that the contractor or bidder has unbalanced his bid and unit prices.
      The Utility further reserves the unqualified right to waive any irregularities in any
      bid, or to accept any bid which will best serve the interests of the Utility. The
      Utility also reserves the unrestricted privilege to reject any unit prices for
      additions to or deductions from the scheduled amount of work as given in the bid,
      if the same are considered excessive or unreasonable, or to accept any or all
      such unit prices which may be considered fair and reasonable.

      The bid openings are open to the public, and no awards will be made
      immediately upon opening bids nor until the bids opened can be compared,
      scheduled, and reviewed by the Utility Commission. The contract shall be
      awarded by Utility Commission action and the bidder to whom the award is made
      will be notified at the earliest possible date.

15.   Performance Guaranty

      The performance of the contract must be assured by a surety bond executed by
      the successful bidder in the full amount of the contract. Such bond must also be
      executed by a surety company.

16.   Contract Execution

      Within ten days from the date of receipt of the contract forms from the Utility
      Attorney, the successful bidder shall sign four copies of the contract form, attach
      the performance guarantee of the approved licensed surety, and deliver to the
      office of the Utility. The contract, when signed by the Utility, and approved as to
      form and execution by the City Attorney, shall be a part of the contract
      documents. When all parties have signed the contract, the Utility will refund the
      proposal deposit to the successful bidder.
      In case of failure to have delivered such properly executed copies of the contract
      within ten days, or such extension as the Utility Commission only may deem
      reasonable, bidder will be considered as having abandoned his proposal. Bidder
      will be considered in default to the Utility to the full amount of the bid deposit. It
      will be understood and agreed by the party submitting the proposal that such bid
      deposit represents the damages to which the Utility will be subjected by reason
                                           IB-4
      of the bidder's default in acceptance of contract, or failure to either properly
      execute the contract forms or deliver within the specified time of such extension.

17.   Starting Work Before Notification

      No work shall be performed under the contract and no materials or equipment
      shall be delivered to the site of the work prior to the date in the Utility Engineer's
      written Notice to Proceed.

18.   Refund of Bid Deposit to Unsuccessful Bidders

      The bid deposit of all except the two lowest bidders will be refunded after the
      Utility Commission has determined the lowest responsible bidder. The remaining
      bid deposit will be refunded upon execution of the contract.




                                           IB-5
February 8, 2008


To:     The Oak Creek Water & Sewer Utility Commission

Re:     Bid Proposal


In conformity with the notice to bidders, the undersigned bidder, having examined the site of the work
and the contract, submits the following proposal for furnishing the material, equipment, labor and
everything necessary for the completion of the work listed hereunder, and agrees to execute the proposed
contract and furnish the required bond for the completion of said work, at the locations and for the prices
set forth in the attached Schedules One and Two.

The undersigned bidder deposits herewith a certified check payable to the order of the Oak Creek Water
and Sewer Utility, or an approved bid bond, in the sum designated in said notice, and hereby agrees that
in the event the undersigned bidder shall fail to execute the contract with surety bond thereto and return
the same to the Utility Engineer within ten calendar days after transmittal by the Utility, then said
certified check shall be retained by and become the property of the Oak Creek Water and Sewer Utility as
fixed and liquidated damages or the penalty as provided by said bond shall be recovered as liquidated
damages.

It is further understood that construction on this contract shall commence and be completed as specified in
the Detail Specifications.

This proposal submitted by:


_________________________________                ______________________________________
Bidder                                           Address

_________________________________                ______________________________________
Phone                                            City, State, Zip Code

Operating as: Sole Trader ______ Partnership ______ Corporation ______

Under the laws of the State of _____________________________

By:     ___________________________________ (Signature)

        ___________________________________ (Title)

ADDENDUM RECEIPT: We acknowledge the receipt of Addenda ___________ inclusive.




                                                   P-1
                              SWORN STATEMENT OF BIDDER

            PURSUANT TO SECTION 66.0901 (7) WISCONSIN STATUTES


        I, being duly sworn at ________________________________________________(City),
______________________________ (State), on oath, do hereby state on behalf of said bidder
that I have examined and carefully prepared this proposal from the plans, specifications, the
work site including surface and underground conditions, and other contract documents and have
checked the same in detail before submitting this proposal; and that this sworn statement is
hereby made an integral part of this proposal.


By:    ___________________________________________
       (Signature)



       ___________________________________________
       (Title)


Subscribed and sworn to before me this ________ day of _________________, 2008.



________________________________________


Notary Public, ___________________________ County

State of ______________________________________

My commission expires:__________________________

Affix corporate seal below.




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                            INFORMATION ON SURETY (please fill out completely)


Firm _________________________________________________________________________

Address, City, State, Zip Code____________________________________________________

Attorney-in-fact ________________________________________________________________

Address, City, State, Zip Code____________________________________________________




                                   INFORMATION ON SUBCONTRACTORS

The undersigned bidder will employ, subject to the approval of the said owner, the following subcontractors. This
list shall not be added to nor altered without the written consent of the owner. A bid shall not be invalid if the list of
subcontractors and the class of work to be performed has been omitted. The omission shall be considered
inadvertent or a representation that the bidder will perform the work himself. If such an omission is inadvertent, the
bidder shall provide the list of subcontractors within two working days from the date and time of the bid opening.

NAME                                 ADDRESS                                        CLASS OF WORK

_______________________              _____________________________                  ________________________

_______________________              _____________________________                  ________________________

_______________________              _____________________________                  ________________________

_______________________              _____________________________                  ________________________

_______________________              _____________________________                  ________________________




                                                          P-3
                                                                  Schedule One

                               LIST OF DRAWINGS

SHEET NO.        DESCRIPTION

07104-0C-1861A   Cover Sheet

07104-1C-1861    Proposed 30” Transmission Main
                 In: Chicago Road
                 From: E. Ryan Road
                 To: Approximately 912’ N. of Ryan Road

07104-2C-1862    Proposed 30” Transmission Main
                 In: Chicago Road
                 From: Approximately 912’ N. of Ryan Road
                 To: Approximately 68’ S. of E. American Ave

07104-3C-1863    Proposed 30” Transmission Main
                 In: E. Ryan Road Connection

07104-4C-1864    Construction Details

07104-5C-1865    Erosion Control Plan
                 In: Chicago Road
                 From: E. Ryan Road
                 To: E. American Ave

07104-6C-1866    Erosion Control Details

07104-7C-1867    Traffic Control – E. Ryan Road

07104-8C-1868    Traffic Control – Chicago Road - Road Crossing

07104-9C-1869    Traffic Control Plan
                 In: Chicago Road
                 From: E. Ryan Road
                 To: E. American Ave




                                           P-4
                         LIST OF DRAWINGS (CONT’D)

SHEET NO.        DESCRIPTION

07105-0C-1870A   Cover Sheet

07105-1C-1870    Proposed 36” Raw Water Main
                 In: Utility Property
                 From: Filtration Facility
                 To: E. American Road

07105-2C-1871    Proposed 30” Raw Water Main
                 In: Utility Property
                 From: E. American Ave.
                 To: Approximately 1104’ E. of 5th Ave.

07105-3C-1872    Proposed 30” Raw Water Main
                 In: E. Ryan Road Connection
                 From: Approximately 1104’ E. of 5th Ave.
                 To: Low Lift Pump Station

07105-4C-1873    Water Treatment Plant Connection Detail – Base Bid

07105-5C-1874    Water Treatment Plant Connection Detail – Alternate Bid

07105-6C-1875    Meter Pit Detail – Alternate Bid

07105-7C-1876    Construction Details

07105-8C-1877    Erosion Control Details

07105-9C-1878    Erosion Control Plan
                 From: 5th Ave
                 To: American Avenue

07105-10C-1879   Erosion Control Plan
                 In: Low Lift Road




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Both Project 07104 and 07195 will be awarded to a single bidder             Schedule Two – Project 07104

 Item                     Item Description                      Bid      Units         Unit            Total
  No.                                                         Quantity                 Price           Price
   1       30” water main, ¾” T.B. backfill                    1,310      LF
           Unit price ________________________
           _____________ dollars & ___________
           _____________ cents ______________
           per lineal foot
   2       30” water main, spoil backfill                         311     LF
           Unit price ________________________
           _____________ dollars & ___________
           _____________ cents ______________
           per lineal foot
   3       30” water main slurry backfill                         493     LF
           Unit price ________________________
           _____________ dollars & ___________
           _____________ cents ______________
           per lineal foot
   4       6” hydrant assembly and ¾” T.B. backfill,               3      EA
           Unit price ________________________
           _____________ dollars & ___________
           _____________ cents ______________
           each
   5       30” Connection to existing 36” water main at            1      LS
           Chicago Road
           Unit price ________________________
           _____________ dollars & ___________
           _____________ cents ______________
           lump sum
   6       Flushing Station                                        1      LS
           Unit price ________________________
           _____________ dollars & ___________
           _____________ cents ______________
           lump sum
   7       Asphalt driveway restoration                           484     SY
           Unit price ________________________
           _____________ dollars & ___________
           _____________ cents ______________
           each
   8       Asphalt Roadway Restoration - 3” asphalt binder        390     TN
           and 2” surface course
           Unit price ________________________
           _____________ dollars & ___________
           _____________ cents ______________
           per ton
   9       Gravel / Shoulder restoration                          507     TN
           Unit price ________________________
           _____________ dollars & ___________
           _____________ cents ______________
           per ton


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Item                  Item Description                    Bid      Units   Unit    Total
 No.                                                    Quantity           Price   Price
 10    Topsoil, seed, mulch restoration                   264       LF
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       per lineal foot
11     Install Owner Provided Material Sta. 74+99 to       1        LS
       Sta. 75+94
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       lump sum
12     Curb and Gutter Restoration                        107       LF
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       per lineal foot
13     Traffic Control                                     1        LS
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       lump sum
14     Silt fence                                         571       LF
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       per lineal foot
15     Inlet Protection                                    1        EA
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       each
16     Triangular silt dikes                               2        EA
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       each
17     Excavation, and removal or contaminated soil       15        TN
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       per ton
19     Removal of contaminated ground water               100      Gal
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       per gallon
20     Sod restoration                                    150       SY
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       per square yard

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 PROJECT 07104 - BASE BID TOTAL ITEMS 1 - 20 INCLUSIVE $____________________

Concrete pipe manufacturer or supplier: _______________________________________________________




Project 07104 - ALTERNATIVE I PRICING – Additive or (Deductive) Price

Alternate Bid Item A - As an alternative to the Prestressed Concrete Pressure Pipe (PCCP) and Fittings, which is included
in Items 1,2, and 3, except those areas marked on the plans as PCCP only, provide Steel Water Pipe conforming to
AWWA C200, for the lump sum additive or deductive amount of:


_____________________________________________               ADD / DEDUCT           $_________________
             written figures                                      Circle one


Steel Water Pipe manufacturer or supplier: _______________________________________________________




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                                                                           Schedule Two – Project 07105

Item                  Item Description                    Bid      Units      Unit           Total
 No.                                                    Quantity              Price          Price
  1    36” water main, ¾” T.B. backfill                   66        LF
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       per lineal foot
 2     36” water main, spoil backfill                    3,105      LF
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       per lineal foot
 3     4” P.V.C. water main ¾” T.B. backfill              30        LF
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       per lineal foot
 4     4” P.V.C. water main spoil backfill               2,407      LF
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       per lineal foot
 5     12” D.I.P. water main with offsets and ¾” T.B.      1        LS
       backfill
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       lump sum
 6     4” gate valve                                       1        EA
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       each
 7     Air Vents – 2”                                      3        EA
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       each
 8     Air Vents – 1”                                      2        EA
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       each
 9     Flushing Station                                    1        LS
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       lump sum




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                                                                            Schedule Two – Project 07105

Item                  Item Description                     Bid      Units      Unit           Total
 No.                                                     Quantity              Price          Price
 10    Connection to existing water main at Water           1        LS
       Treatment Plant
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       lump sum
11     Connection to existing water main at Low Lift        1        LS
       pump station
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       lump sum
12     12”x4” Connection in 5th Ave.                        1        LS
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       lump sum
13     Work in low lift building – 4” watermain             1        LS
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       lump sum
14     Asphalt driveway restoration                        14        SY
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       per square yard
15     Asphalt Roadway Restoration - 3” asphalt binder     21        TN
       and 2” surface course
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       per ton
16     Gravel / Shoulder restoration                        1        TN
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       per ton
17     Topsoil, seed, mulch restoration                    379       LF
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       per lineal foot
18     Traffic Control                                      1        LS
       Unit price ________________________
       _____________ dollars & ___________
       _____________ cents ______________
       lump sum


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                                                                                    Schedule Two – Project 07105

 Item                   Item Description                    Bid          Units         Unit           Total
  No.                                                     Quantity                     Price          Price
  19      Silt fence                                        500           LF
          Unit price ________________________
          _____________ dollars & ___________
          _____________ cents ______________
          per lineal foot
  20      Inlet Protection                                    8           EA
          Unit price ________________________
          _____________ dollars & ___________
          _____________ cents ______________
          each
  21      Triangular silt dikes                               4           EA
          Unit price ________________________
          _____________ dollars & ___________
          _____________ cents ______________
          each
  22      Erosion mat                                       1870          SY
          Unit price ________________________
          _____________ dollars & ___________
          _____________ cents ______________
          per square yard
  23      Gravel Tracking Pad                                 1           EA
          Unit price ________________________
          _____________ dollars & ___________
          _____________ cents ______________
          each



  PROJECT 07105 - BASE BID TOTAL ITEMS 1 - 23 INCLUSIVE $___________________

Concrete pipe manufacturer or supplier: _______________________________________________________




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REQUIRED ALTERNATIVE I PRICING – Unit Price

                                                                                                 Schedule Two – Project 07105
                                                                                                                  Alternate I
  Item                         Item Description                      Bid            Units           Unit           Total
   No.                                                             Quantity                         Price          Price
   24       Install 8’ diameter meter pit, 24” diameter               1               LS
            magnetic flow meter, and accessories on
            proposed raw water main
            Unit price ________________________
            _____________ dollars & ___________
            _____________ cents ______________
            lump sum
   25       Install 8’ diameter meter pit, 24” diameter                 1             LS
            magnetic flow meter, and accessories on existing
            raw water main
            Unit price ________________________
            _____________ dollars & ___________
            _____________ cents ______________
            lump sum
   26       36” diameter butterfly valves                               2             EA
            Unit price ________________________
            _____________ dollars & ___________
            _____________ cents ______________
            each



                  PROJECT 07105 – ALTERNATE BID ITEM I
                  TOTAL PRICE FOR ITEMS 24 - 26 INCLUSIVE $___________________



ALTERNATIVE II PRICING – Additive or (Deductive) Price

Alternate Bid Item A - As an alternative to the Prestressed Concrete Pressure Pipe (PCCP) and Fittings, which is included
in Items 1, and 2, except those areas marked on the plans as PCCP only, provide Steel Water Pipe conforming to AWWA
C200, for the lump sum additive or deductive amount of:


_____________________________________________               ADD / DEDUCT           $_________________
             written figures                                      Circle one


Steel pipe manufacturer or supplier: _______________________________________________________

Both projects, 07104 and 07105 will be awarded to a single bidder. Bidders should have a bid
price for the following:

Project 07104 Items 1-20 and a price for
Project 07105 Items 1-23 and a price for
Project 07105 Alternate I Items 24-26.
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                             DETAIL SPECIFICATIONS


I.   GENERAL

     A.   INTRODUCTION

          These specifications govern the construction of sanitary sewer and water main, in the
          City of Oak Creek in the locations as shown on the plans.

          All work performed and all materials supplied under this contract shall conform to
          the Contract Documents and to all specifications, codes, and ordinances either
          referred to or established by law.

     B.   APPLICABLE SPECIFICATIONS

          The following specifications shall be applicable to all construction under this project:

          1.      General Specifications of the Department of Engineering, City of Oak Creek,
                  hereinafter referred to as the General Specifications in these Detail
                  Specifications.

          2.      Standard Specifications for Sewer and Water Construction in Wisconsin,
                  Sixth Edition, dated December 22, 2003 hereinafter referred to as the
                  Standard Specifications in these Detail Specifications.

          3.      Highway and Structure Construction - Std. Specs. Dept. of Trans., Division
                  of Highways, State of Wis. 2003 & Supplemental Specifications hereinafter
                  referred to as the State Specifications in these Detail Specifications.

          4.      These Detail Specifications.

          5.      The Construction Plans.

          6.      Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, Millennium Edition.

          7.      City of Oak Creek Engineering Design Manual, adopted by the Common
                  Council on March 16, 2004, and all future amendments thereof.

          Copies of the aforementioned General, Standard and State Specifications are on file
          at the Engineering Department of the City of Oak Creek for use and reference on the
          premises by prospective bidders and by the Contractor.
          The Detail Specifications and the construction plans cover items, corrections,
          deletions or additions to the applicable contract specifications and take precedence
          over those other parts of these specifications that may be in conflict herewith.

          Any conflict between the various specifications and the construction plans shall be
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     brought to the attention of the Utility Engineer by the bidders and/or the Contractor.
     Where such conflict may exist, the Utility Engineer shall have the sole authority to
     exercise a decision as to the meaning of the bidding and contract documents.

     Reference shall also be made to the Instructions to Bidders of the bid and contract
     documents.

C.   CONTROL OF CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS

     1.     Scheduling Work

            The Contractor will not be permitted to start new phases of the project until
            previously started phases are fully completed or continuous work, in the
            opinion of the Utility Engineer, is being done to fully complete the
            previously started phases. However, the Contractor may with the approval of
            the Utility Engineer, start a second crew with a second foreman on other
            portions of the project. (Refer also to Sections 1.2.2 and 1.3.21 (Pages 10 and
            21, respectively) of the Standard Specifications).

            At any time during the execution of the contract that the Contractor either
            suspends or returns to work, he must notify the Utility Engineer of his
            intentions at least three working days in advance of said suspension or return
            to work.

     2.     Maintenance of Public Safety and Convenience

            The Contractor shall provide for the placing of necessary detour signs,
            barricades, warning lights, and warning and informational signs to provide
            for the safety and convenience of the public prior to starting of any of the
            work per the State Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.

            All such devices shall comply with the Federal Manual on Uniform Traffic
            Control Devices.

     3.     Access to Properties

            The Contractor shall provide for access to the properties abutting the work
            site area in accordance with Section 1.7.7 (Page 33) of the Standard Specifi-
            cations. In addition, the operations shall be conducted in such a manner that
            1) all streets at all times shall be maintained per DOT permit requirements or
            with at least one lane of roadway open for fire and residential vehicular
            access, and 2) all abutting properties shall be provided with vehicular access
            overnight, on weekends and on holidays.




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           4.      Haul Roads and Storage Areas

                   The Contractor shall be required to submit a plan indicating his intended
                   location of haul roads and storage areas for equipment and materials. Such
                   plan shall be presented at the pre-construction meeting and shall be subject to
                   the approval of the Utility Engineer. Any subsequent proposed changes to the
                   approved plan shall be submitted to the Utility Engineer for approval prior to
                   implementation of the change. Construction traffic shall be permitted on pre-
                   approved areas. All areas used for haul roads and storage shall be subject to
                   restoration by the Contractor to the condition prior to the start of work under
                   this contract.

II.   NOTICES AND PERMITS

      A.   GENERAL UTILITY NOTIFICATION

           Please note: Section 66.0831 of Wisconsin Statutes makes it mandatory that:

                   "66.0831 Interference with public service structure. A contractor with
                   a contract for work upon, over, along or under a public street or
                   highway may not interfere with, destroy or disturb the structures of a
                   public utility, including a telecommunications carrier as defined in s.
                   196.01 (8m), encountered in the performance of the work in a manner
                   that interrupts, impairs or affects the public service for which the
                   structures may be used, without first obtaining written authority from
                   the commissioner of public works or other appropriate authority. A
                   public utility, if given reasonable notice by the contractor of the need
                   for temporary protection of, or a temporary change in, the utility's
                   structures, determined by the commissioner of public works or other
                   appropriate authority to be reasonably necessary to enable the work,
                   shall temporarily protect or change its structures located upon, over,
                   along or under the surface of a public street or highway. The
                   contractor shall pay or assure to the public utility the reasonable cost
                   of the temporary structure or change, unless the public utility is
                   otherwise liable. If work is done by or for the state or by or for any
                   county, city, village, town sanitary district, metropolitan sewerage
                   district created under ss. 200.01 to 200.15 or 200.21 to 200.65 or
                   town, the cost of the temporary protection or temporary change shall
                   be borne by the public utility."

           The Contractor shall refer to Chapter 1.2.0 (Pages 9-11) of the Standard Specifica-
           tions, in regard to necessary notices and permits required. These provisions shall be
           strictly adhered to at the start of any part of the project. In particular, the following
           requirements shall apply.



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B.   NOTIFICATION TO We ENERGIES (Electric and Gas Utility)

     In accordance with the provisions of the Wisconsin State Statutes, with regard to the
     maintenance of a certain clearance from energized conductors and with regard to
     notification where work might affect public utility facilities, it is the requirement
     herein that the Contractor shall be responsible for and duty-bound to notify the We
     Energies in writing in advance of work to be done near electric or gas facilities. Such
     notice shall be directed to:

               Debi Correll
               We Energies – Electric Operations
               4800 W. Rawson Avenue
               Franklin, Wisconsin 53132
               Phone: (414) 423-6112

     Emergency or additional notification, if any is required during construction, shall be
     done by contacting their office at 221-3700.

               Harry Garcia
               We Energies - Gas Operations
               4800 West Rawson Avenue
               Franklin, WI 53132
               Phone: (414) 423-5062

C.   NOTIFICATION TO COMMUNICATION UTILITIES

     The Contractor shall notify the communication utilities that have facilities located
     within the project limits of his construction schedule as it affects said each company
     as prescribed by the Wisconsin State Statutes.

     Such notice, shall be directed to the following Utilities:


Utility Name                  Primary Contact                      Telephone No.
AT&T                          Rich Schrank                         262/521-7765
TCG                           John Kotz                            414/290-9827
Sprint                        Jim Burton                           800/788-0751
Qwest                         Lamar Lampkins                       414/416-5191
McLeod USA                    Dick Hammetter                       414/831-5112




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D.   NOTIFICATION TO WARNER CABLE

     The Contractor shall notify the Warner Cable of his construction schedule as it
     affects said cable communications company as prescribed by the Wisconsin State
     Statutes. Notice shall be directed to:

            Warner Cable
            5475 West Abbott Avenue
            Greenfield, WI 53220

     Additional notification, if any is required during construction, shall be done by
     contacting their office by phone at 414/277-4280.

E.   NOTIFICATION TO AMERICAN TRANSMISSION COMPANY (ATC)

     The Contractor shall notify the American Transmission Company of his construction
     schedule as it affects said power company as prescribed by the Wisconsin State
     Statutes. Notice shall be directed to:

            American Transmission Company
            Atten: Pat Ellifson
            P.O. Box 47
            Waukesha, WI 53187-0047

     Additional notification, if any is required during construction, shall be done by
     contacting their office by phone at 262/506-6673.

F.   NOTIFICATION TO CITY'S STREET, FIRE, & POLICE DEPARTMENTS, &
     OAK CREEK WATER & SEWER UTILITY

     Prior to starting construction within any street, three days' written notice shall be
     given to the following departments:

     1.     Street Division, 800 W. Puetz Road, (414) 768-6553

     2.     Fire Department, 7000 S. 6th Street, (414) 570-5630

     3.     Police Department, 301 W Ryan Road, (414) 768-8200

     4.     Oak Creek Public Schools, 7630 South Tenth Street (414) 768-5880

     5.     Oak Creek Water & Sewer Utility, 170 W. Drexel Avenue, (414) 570-8210

G.   Oak Creek Water & Sewer Utility WATER USE PERMIT

     The Contractor will be permitted to use the Utility water supply where available for

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            incidental uses providing a permit is first obtained from the Oak Creek Water and
            Sewer Utility, 170 West Drexel Avenue, Oak Creek, Wisconsin. No charge for water
            usage, shall be charged to the Contractor.

       H.   DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT)

            The transmission main work located in STH 32 - Chicago Road shall be in
            accordance with the permit requirements issued by the DOT. The Contractor shall
            notify the following agency in advance of the work to be performed within STH 32.

                   Wisconsin Department of Transportation
                   141 North West Barstow Street
                   P.O. Box 0798
                   Waukesha, WI 53187-0798

            The contractor should contact the permit coordinator, Gary Wolf, at 262 521-5344

       I.   WORK IN EASEMENTS

            A portion of the work will be performed in an easement or by right-of-entry upon
            private lands. The requirements of Sections 1.7.13 and 1.7.14 (Pages 35 and 36) of
            the Standard Specifications and the special provisions of these specifications, if any,
            shall be adhered to.

            The requirements of Section 1.7.14 of such Standard Specifications shall also apply
            to the public right-of-way between the pavement and the property line where the
            installation is in the public right-of-way or in an easement abutting public right-of-
            way.

III.   CONTRACTOR'S INSURANCE

       A.   GENERAL

            The Contractor shall not commence work under this contract until he has obtained all
            insurance required under this paragraph and such insurance has been approved by the
            Utility and insurance certificates have been filed with the Utility, nor shall the
            Contractor allow any Subcontractor to commence work on his subcontract until all
            similar insurance required of the Subcontractor has been so obtained and approved in
            accordance with Section 1.8.4 of the Standard Specifications and these Detail
            Specification provisions.

       B.   COMPENSATION INSURANCE

            The Contractor shall take out and maintain during the life of this contract, Worker's
            Compensation Insurance for all of his employees at the site of the project and in case
            any work is sublet, the Contractor shall require the Subcontractor similarly to provide

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     Worker's Compensation Insurance for all of the latter's employees, unless such
     employees are covered by the protection afforded by the Contractor. In case any
     class of employees engaged in hazardous work under this contract at the site of the
     project is not protected under the Worker's Compensation Statute, the Contractor
     shall provide and shall cause each Subcontractor to provide adequate insurance
     coverage for the protection of his employees not otherwise protected.

C.   PUBLIC LIABILITY, PROPERTY                                  DAMAGE,              AND        CONTRACTUAL
     LIABILITY INSURANCE

     The Contractor shall take out and maintain during the life of this contract, public
     liability, property damage, and contractual liability insurance in the following
     minimum amounts:

     Bodily Injury                   $1,000,000 per occurrence
                                     $1,000,000 aggregate
     Property Damage                 $500,000 per occurrence
                                     $500,000 aggregate

     These policies shall protect the Contractor and any Subcontractor performing work
     covered by this contract from the claims and damages for personal injury, including
     accidental death, as well as claims for property damage, which may arise from the
     performance of the work or under the hold-harmless and indemnifying clauses which
     are a part of this contract. The said policies are to cover not only the Contractor or
     Subcontractor but also any other directly or indirectly employed by either of them.

D.   INSURANCE AGAINST THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL HAZARDS

     The following respective amounts shall be procured by the Contractor or
     Subcontractor before the commencement of any operation by the Contractor, or the
     happening of any circumstance creating or tending to create the particular special
     hazard:

     Kind                                                                                                       Amount

     Operating of elevators or hoists..................................................................... $25,000.00
     Use and operation of automobiles and truck................................................. $25,000.00
     Structural alterations or demolitions ............................................................. $25,000.00
     Undermining adjacent structures................................................................... $10,000.00
     Blasting operations......................................................................................... $10,000.00
     Operation of excavating machinery in streets and highways....................... $10,000.00
     Operation within other public or private right-of-way (including
     railroad right-of-way)................................................................................... As Required




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IV.   PERFORMANCE BOND AND GUARANTEE

      Where the contract is over $10,000.00, the contractor will be required to furnish a
      satisfactory performance bond in the amount of 100% of the contract. The Contractor shall
      pay the total cost of this bond. Such bond shall be executed by an authorized surety company
      and shall remain in full force and effect for a period of one year after the final payment for
      the work to guarantee workmanship and materials. A performance bond shall not be required
      for public works contracts below $10,000.00 regardless of bond requirement.

      The Contractor shall agree and guarantee that the material and workmanship supplied by him
      shall be free from all defects, and strictly in accordance with the plans and specifications, at
      the time of its completion and acceptance by the municipality, and for a time of one year
      thereafter, the Contractor agrees to forthwith repair the same upon notification by the
      municipality using the same material required by these specifications. In case the Contractor
      shall fail to make such repairs or cause the same to be made, the Contractor agrees and
      guarantees to pay on demand the cost thereof, to said municipality upon the completion of
      such repairs, and the Contractor further agrees and guarantees to pay for all labor and
      material used in or about the construction of said work in his contract, which may become a
      lien or a claim against the municipality.

V.    METHOD OF PAYMENTS

      Payments will normally be made monthly throughout the progress of the work, provided the
      work completed is substantial enough in the opinion of the Utility Engineer.

      Substantial completion of water main construction shall be considered to include all flushing
      and testing of the mains including pressure tests and safe water samples. Partial and final
      payments will not be made until such time that all work is substantially completed including
      testing and accepted by the approving agencies.

      Such payments shall be in accord with Section 66.0901 (9) b, of the State Statutes which
      states that the City,

              “(b) Retained percentages. As the work progresses under a contract
             involving $1,000 or more for the construction, execution, repair, remodeling
             or improvement of a public work or building or for the furnishing of supplies
             or materials, regardless of whether proposals for the contract are required to
             be advertised by law, the municipality, from time to time, shall grant to the
             contractor an estimate of the amount and proportionate value of the work
             done, which entitles the contractor to receive the amount of the estimate, less
             the retainage, from the proper fund. The retainage shall be an amount equal
             to not more than 5% of the estimate until 50% of the work has been
             completed. At 50% completion, further partial payments shall be made in full
             to the contractor and no additional amounts may be retained unless the
             architect or engineer certifies that the job is not proceeding satisfactorily, but
             amounts previously retained shall not be paid to the contractor. At 50%

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              completion or any time after 50% completion when the progress of the work
              is not satisfactory, additional amounts may be retained but the total retainage
              may not be more than 10% of the value of the work completed. Upon
              substantial completion of the work, an amount retained may be paid to the
              contractor. When the work has been substantially completed except for work
              which cannot be completed because of weather conditions, lack of materials
              or other reasons which in the judgment of the municipality are valid reasons
              for noncompletion, the municipality may make additional payments,
              retaining at all times an amount sufficient to cover the estimated cost of the
              work still to be completed or may pay out the entire amount retained and
              receive from the contractor guarantees in the form of a bond or other
              collateral sufficient to ensure completion of the job. For the purposes of this
              section, estimates may include any fabricated or manufactured materials and
              components specified, previously paid for by the contractor and delivered to
              the work or properly stored and suitable for incorporation in the work
              embraced in the contract. "

VI.    MATERIALS - GENERAL

       In accordance with Utility purchasing policy, the Contractor is requested to use American
       products in the performance of the contract whenever the quality and the price are
       comparable with other goods.

       Proposed normal operating pressures for the 30” transmission main and 36” raw water
       range between 45 and 100 psi. Design pressure to be 100 psi. Test pressure shall be 150
       psi.

VII.   MATERIALS FOR WATER MAINS

       A.     SPECIFICATIONS FOR DUCTILE IRON WATER MAIN PIPE

              1.     All Ductile Iron Pipe (DIP) for 12” diameter water main to be used shall be
                     CL 52 as specified herein and in Chapter 6.18.0 of the Standard Specifica-
                     tions.

              2.     Valves and cement-lined cast gray iron or cast ductile iron fittings as
                     specified in Chapter 8.22.0 of the Standard Specifications, shall be furnished
                     unless otherwise specified on the construction plans or herein the Detail
                     Specifications. All fittings and valves shall have push-on joints unless other-
                     wise specified on the construction plans or herein the Detail Specifications.
                     All fittings shall be cement lined, identical to the lining of ductile iron pipe.
                     The fittings shall conform to A.W.W.A., C110 or A.N.S.I., A21.10. The
                     cement lining shall conform to A.W.W.A. C104 or A.N.S.I., A.21.4. An
                     outside bituminous coating conforming to A.W.W.A. C151, but to a
                     thickness of 2 to 4 mils average and 2 mils minimum, shall be provided,
                     identical to the outside coating of ductile iron pipe.

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3.    Rubber gaskets shall be bundled in water repellent covering and packaged in
      a cardboard box or wooden crate. Bell lubricant shall be supplied by the
      manufacturer in vacuum sealed cans properly identified by label. Sufficient
      lubricant shall be supplied to effectively lubricate each joint.

4.    In the area where contaminated soil is anticipated, the push-on joints will
      include Viton gaskets resistant to underground contaminated soils.

5.    Materials Tests on Pipe, Fittings and Valves - The manufacturer shall inspect
      all pipe and fittings and shall provide certified copies of complete test and
      inspection reports to the Utility Engineer, in accordance with the Standard
      Specifications, covering: description, hydrostatic tests, physical properties,
      chemical analysis and coating analysis.

6.    An anchoring tee, Clow F-1221 (push-on joints on the run) or equal, with a
      roto-ring retainer gland shall be provided on the water main at all hydrant
      lead connections where is proposed to have the auxiliary hydrant valve
      connected directly to the main tee.

7.    All water main, including all fittings and valve and curb boxes, shall be
      wrapped with polyethylene. The polyethylene shall comply with the
      requirements of Chapter 8.21.0 of the Standard Specifications.

8.    All water main pipe shall be 150 psi rated water working pressure. All
      fittings shall be 250 psi rated water working pressure. All gate valves shall be
      200 psi rated water working pressure and all butterfly valves shall be 150 psi
      rated water working pressure.

9.    Ductile iron water main inside casing pipe shall be push on joint with EBBA
      pipe joint restraint series 1700. Water main inside casing shall have a
      minimum of two separate wraps of polyethylene.

10.   Casing spacers shall be installed where the water main is installed within the
      casing. The casing spacers shall have a non-metallic liner to isolate the water
      main from the casing. The spacer shall be a centered/restrained spacer and
      provide a minimum of 0.75 inches clearance between the greatest outside
      diameter of the water main and the inside diameter of the casing pipe. The
      casing spacer shall be attached to the water main within 12 inches on each
      side of the bell and at in the center of each pipe. The end spacer shall be
      within 12 inches of the end of the casing pipe. All casing spacers shall be
      installed in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.

11.   After the water main has been installed inside the casing pipe, the casing pipe
      shall be filled with sand or flowable fill approved by the Engineer. The ends
      of the casing pipe shall be sealed with a 12-inch concrete bulkhead at each

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            end of the casing.

B.   SPECIFICATIONS FOR PVC WATER MAIN

     1.     All polyvinyl chloride (PVC) water pipe shall conform to the requirements of
            Chapter 8.20.0 of the Standard Specifications. Polyvinyl chloride pipe may
            be used only on water mains of 12" or smaller in size unless otherwise
            specified on the construction plans or herein the Detail Specifications.

     2.     All pipe 8" and larger (if specifically allowed), shall be Class 150 with a
            standard dimension ratio of 18; all pipe 6" and smaller shall be Class 200
            with a standard dimension ratio of 14.

     3.     All fittings shall conform to the requirements provided for under the
            Specifications for Ductile Iron Water Main Pipe of these Detail Specifica-
            tions.

     4.     All polyvinyl chloride (PVC) water pipe supplied shall be manufactured by
            one of the following companies:

            a.      Cantex Industries (Division of Harsco Corp.)
            b.      H & W Industries, Inc.
            c.      J.M. Corporation
            d.      CAPCO
            e.      North Star
            f.      Sceptor

C.   SPECIFICATIONS FOR PRESTRESSED CONCRETE PRESSURE PIPE

     Prestressed Concrete Cylinder Pipe and Specials shall be of the type known as
     “Prestressed Concrete Pressure Pipe, Steel Cylinder Type, for Water and Other
     Liquids”, and shall conform to AWWA Standard C-301-92, or latest revision.

     The pipe shall be made by a manufacturer experienced in producing pipe of the type,
     size, and quality specified herein. The pipe manufacturer shall have produced pipe
     having a record of at least five years successful performance.

     1.     Manufacture

            The pipe shall be manufactured in accordance with AWWA C-301-92, or
            latest revision, with the following additions and/or exceptions:

            a.      Steel for cylinder shall not be less than 16 gauge.

            b.      High Tensile wire shall not be less than No. 6 gauge.
                    The maximum class of wire shall be class III.

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     c.       Mortar for the pipe coating shall consist of one part cement to two
              and one half (2½) parts fine aggregate. Rebound may be used in
              accordance with Section 3.9.2 of AWWA C-301, but shall be counted
              as fine aggregate only.

     d.       A cement slurry consisting of one (1) bag of cement to not more than
              8 gallons of water shall be applied concurrently with mortar coating
              by a dual nozzle system at a coverage rate of 60 +\- 20 square
              feet/gallons.

     e.       The pipe manufacturer shall provide pipe design calculations,
              drawings showing full details of reinforcement, concrete and joint
              dimensions for the pipe and fittings, and a tabulated layout schedule.
              Pipe and fittings shall not be manufactured until the calculations,
              drawings and layout have been approved by the engineer. Approval
              does not relieve the contractor of the responsibility to insure that the
              pipe is installed as intended by the specifications and contract
              drawings.

2.   Design

     The design of the pipe shall be in accordance with AWWA C-304-92, or
     latest revision.

     The pipe shall be designed for a working pressure 100 pounds per square
     inch, and the maximum trench loading in accordance with the trench detail
     shown on the contract plans, which will be applied after backfill is in place,
     plus an allowance for water hammer and live load, whichever is greater, as
     stipulated in AWWA C-301 or was anticipated in pipe line operation.

3.   Fittings and Specials

     Elbows, tees and reducers shall be of non-prestressed cylinder type
     construction and details of their reinforcement shall be submitted to the
     Engineer for approval prior to their manufacture. All shorts and closure
     cylinders shall be designed for the maximum pressure and overburden
     conditions so as to permit their use at any location along the entire line.

     All materials and workmanship shall be as provided in the latest AWWA
     Standard No. C-301.

     Curves of long radius may be formed by the deflection of each joint, by the
     use of pipe on which the spigot joint rings are placed on a bevel or by the use
     of bevel adapters. Special pipes shall be designed to provide the same
     strength as the adjacent pipe. Elbows and tees shall be of cylinder type

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            construction. Branch connection or openings, such as air valves and blow-
            offs, shall be incorporated in straight pipe and shall be suitable reinforced.
            Special pipes shall be provided with joint rings corresponding to those on
            adjoining straight pipes. Special ends shall be provided on the concrete pipe,
            where required, to connect to valves or pipe of other manufacturers.

     4.     Thrust Restraint

            All horizontal and vertical bends greater than 11° shall be restrained with
            harnessed joints, and shall be designed to withstand the load applied under
            total design pipe pressure. The thrust restraint design and calculation
            responsibilitles of the contractor shall extend the all horizontal and vertical
            changes in grade, including connection points and dead ends. The restraint
            provided shall be adequate to restrain the pipe in all valving scenarios

            The maximum allowable longitudinal stress shall not exceed 13,500 psi for
            working pressure and 18,000 psi for transient pressure.

            An example of thrust restraint calculations and methods can be found by
            referencing Concrete Pressure Pipe (AWWA M9) by the American Water
            Works Association, Manual of Water Supply Practices. Thrust restraint
            calculations shall be submitted to Engineer for review prior to installation.

D.   SPECIFICATIONS FOR STEEL WATER MAIN

     Steel Pipe shall conform to latest revisions of the following AWWA Standards:

     AWWA C200 for Steel water Pipe
     AWWA C205Cement-Mortar Protective Coating for Steel Water Pipe
     AWWA C206 Field Welding Field Welding for Steel Water Pipe
     AWWA C207 Steel Pipe Flanges for Waterworks Service – Sizes 4 In. Through 144
     In. (100 mm through 3,600 mm)
     AWWA C208 Dimensions for Fabricated Steel Water Pipe Fittings
     AWWA C303 Concrete Pressure Pipe, Bar-Wrapped, Steel-Cylinder Type
     AWWA M11 Steel Pipe – A guide for design and installation

     The pipe shall be made by a manufacturer experienced in producing pipe of the type,
     size, and quality specified herein. The pipe manufacturer shall have produced pipe
     having a record of at least five years successful performance, and have a certified
     quality assurance program meeting the requirements of ISO 9001:2000.

     1.     Manufacture

            The pipe shall be manufactured in accordance with AWWA C200, or latest
            revision, with the following additions and/or exceptions:


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     a.       Steel for cylinder shall not be less than 16 gauge.

     b.       All longitudinal and girth seams, weather straight or spiral, shall be
              butt-welded using an approved electric-fusion-weld process.

     c.       The pipe manufacturer shall provide pipe design calculations,
              drawings showing full details of reinforcement, joint bonding and
              field welded joint restraint calculations, and a tabulated layout
              schedule. Pipe and fittings shall not be manufactured until the
              calculations, drawings and layout have been approved by the
              engineer. Approval does not relieve the contractor of the
              responsibility to insure that the pipe is installed as intended by the
              specifications and contract drawings.

2.   Design

     The design of the pipe shall be in accordance with AWWA C200 and
     AWWA M11.

     The pipe shall be designed for a working pressure 100 pounds per square
     inch, and the maximum trench loading in accordance with the trench detail
     shown on the contract plans, which will be applied after backfill is in place,
     plus an allowance for water hammer and live load, whichever is greater, as
     stipulated in AWWA M11 or was anticipated in pipe line operation.

3.   Fittings and Specials

     a.        Unless otherwise shown on the Plans, all specials and fittings shall
              conform to the dimensions of AWWA C208. Pipe material used in
              fittings shall be of the same material and pressure class as the
              adjoining pipe. The minimum radius of elbows shall be 2 ½ times the
              pipe diameter and the maximum miter angle on each section of the
              elbow shall not exceed 11 ¼-degrees (one cut elbow up to 22 ½-
              degrees). If elbow radius is less than 2 ½ times the pipe diameter,
              stresses shall be checked per AWWA M11 and the pressure class
              increased if necessary.

     b.        Fittings shall be equal in pressure class design as the adjoining pipe.
              Specials and fittings, unless otherwise shown on the Plans, shall be
              made of segmentally welded sections from hydrostatically tested
              pipe, with ends compatible with the type of joint or coupling
              specified for the pipe. All welds made after hydrostatic testing of the
              straight sections of pipe shall be tested per the requirements of
              AWWA C200 Section 5.2.2.1.



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4.   Joints

     Carnegie O-Ring Gasket Joint

     a.       The standard joint shall be a Carnegie O-Ring gasket joint unless
              otherwise noted on the Plans. Carnegie O-Ring gasket joints shall
              conform to AWWA C200 and as shown in Chapter 8 of AWWA
              M11.

     b.       The O-ring gasket shall have sufficient volume to approximately fill
              the area of the groove and shall conform to AWWA C200.

     c.       The joint shall be suitable for a working pressure equal to the class of
              pipe furnished and shall operate satisfactorily with a deflection angle,
              the tangent of which is not to exceed 1.00/D where D is the outside
              diameter of the pipe in inches with a pull-out of 1-inch.

     d.       Carnegie O-Ring gasket joints may be furnished only by a
              manufacturer who has furnished pipe with joints of similar design for
              comparable working pressure and pipe diameters that has been in
              successful service for a period of at least 5 years.

     Lap Weld
     a.    Lap weld joints shall conform to AWWA C200 and as shown in
           Chapter 8 of AWWA M11.

     b.       Lap field welded joints shall be used where restrained joints are
              required or indicated on the Plans. The standard bell shall provide for
              a 2 ½-inch lap. The minimum lap shall be 1-inch. The maximum joint
              deflection or offset shall be a 1-inch joint pull.

     c.       Lap welded joints shall be welded either externally or internally.
              Holdbacks for coating and linings shall be provided as shown on the
              approved shop drawings. “Weld-after-backfill” of interior welds may
              be performed any time after joint completion and backfilling has been
              completed.

     d.       Unless otherwise shown on the Plans, all field joints shall be lap
              welded for diameters 78-inches and greater.

     Mechanical Couplings
     a.    Mechanical couplings where indicated on the Plans shall be Smith
           Blair Style 411, Baker Style 200, Victaulic Depend-O-Loc or equal.

     b.       Insulating mechanical couplings where indicated on the Plans shall
              be double insulated Smith Blair Style 416, Baker Style 216, or equal

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             for working pressures up to 150 psi only.

     c.      Couplings for buried service shall have all metal parts painted with
             epoxy paint and conform to AWWA C210.

     d.      Pipe ends for mechanical couplings shall conform to AWWA C200
             and M11. The shop applied outside coating shall be held back as
             required for field assembly of the mechanical coupling or to the
             harness lugs or rings. Harness lugs or rings and pipe ends shall be
             painted with one shop coat of epoxy conforming to AWWA C210.

     e.      Pipe for use with sleeve-type couplings shall have plain ends at right
             angles to the axis.

     Flanges
     a.     Flanges shall be in accordance with AWWA C207 Class D for
            operating pressures to 175 psi on 4-inch through 12-inch diameter,
            and operating pressures to 150 psi on diameters over 12-inches.
            Flanges shall be AWWA C207 Class E for operating pressures over
            150 psi to 275 psi or shall be AWWA C207 Class F for pressures to
            300 psi (drilling matches ANSI B 16.5 Class 250). Shop lining and
            coating shall be continuous to the end of the pipe or back of the
            flange. Flange faces shall be shop coated with a soluble rust
            preventive compound.

     b.      Gaskets shall be full face, 1/8-inch thick, cloth-inserted rubber,
             Garlock 3000, John Crane Co. Style 777 or equal.

     c.      Bolts and Nuts for Flanges - Bolts for flanges shall be carbon steel,
             ASTM A 307, Grade B for Class B and D flanges and nuts shall be
             ASTM A 563, Grade A heavy hex. Bolts for Class E and F flanges
             shall be ASTM A 193, Grade B7 and nuts shall be ASTM A 194,
             Grade 2H heavy hex.

     d.      All unwelded pipe joints shall be bonded for electrical continuity in
             accordance with the Pipe Manufacturer’s recommendations unless
             otherwise specified in the Plans.

5.   Linings and Coatings

     Cement-mortar Lining
     a.    Interior surface of all steel pipe, fittings and specials shall be lined in
           the shop with cement-mortar lining applied centrifugally and
           conforming with AWWA C205.

     b.      Holdbacks shall be left bare and be provided as shown on the

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                    approved shop drawings. Holdbacks shall be filled with cement
                    mortar after joint completion per AWWA C205.

            c.      Defective linings as identified in AWWA C205 shall be removed
                    from the pipe wall and shall be replaced to the full thickness required.
                    Defective linings shall be cut back to a square shoulder in order to
                    avoid feather edged joints.

            d.      Fittings shall be cement-mortar lined per AWWA C205. Pipe and
                    fittings too small to cement-mortar line may be lined with AWWA
                    C210 epoxy or AWWA C222 polyurethane.

            e.      Cement-mortar lining shall be kept moist during storage and
                    shipping. The Contractor shall provide a polyethylene or other
                    suitable bulkhead on the ends of the pipe and on all special openings
                    to prevent drying out the lining. All bulkheads shall be substantial
                    enough to remain intact during shipping and storage until the pipe is
                    installed.

            Cement-Mortar Protective Coating
            a.    Only cement mortar protective coating pipe shall be allowed.

            b.      Cement Mortar protective coating system for all steel pipe shall be in
                    accordance with AWWA C205. Deflections of cement-mortar-coated
                    pipe must be manufactured within AWWA standard specifications to
                    minimize cracking.

E.   BUTTERFLY AND GATE VALVES

     All butterfly valves (16" diameter and larger valves are to be butterfly valves)
     furnished shall be one of the following:

     1.     Clow
     2.     Dresser
     3.     Dezurk
     4.     Mueller
     5.     Pratt

     All gate valves (3" through 12" diameter valves are to be gate valves) are to be the
     resilient wedge-type valve.

     All resilient wedge-gate valves furnished shall be one of the following:

     1.     Clow - R.W.
     2.     Kennedy - R.W.
     3.     M & H - R.S.C.V.

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     4.     Mueller - R.W.
     5.     Waterous - 500

     All valves shall open counterclockwise.

F.   VALVE BOX ADAPTORS

     All valve boxes, both gate and butterfly, shall be set upon the valve with the use of
     an adaptor, as manufactured by Adaptor, Incorporated, or an approved equal. The
     adaptor shall be installed in lieu of hardwood blocking and shall be incidental to the
     valve and box installation.

G.   MECHANICAL JOINTS

     Wherever mechanical joints are to be installed, as specified, the bolts and nuts shall
     be Core-Blue, Durabolt or an approved equal and all fittings shall be triple
     polyethylene wrapped in accordance with the Standard Specifications.

H.   HYDRANT ASSEMBLY

     Hydrant and hydrant leads shall be installed in accordance with Section 4.8.5 of the
     Standard Specifications and WD-13. The pipe materials shall be either ductile iron or
     polyvinyl chloride in accordance with these Detail Specifications. All hydrant,
     hydrant extension and hydrant valve materials shall be furnished by the Contractor.

     All hydrants shall be furnished with a 5-1/4" main valve, a 1-3/4" pentagon-shaped
     operating nut with two each of 2-1/2" and one each of a 4-1/2" National Standard
     Thread nozzles. All hydrants furnished and installed shall be one of the following:

     1.     Clow Model 2500
     2.     Kennedy Guardian K81A
     3.     Mueller Centurian

     Hydrant Valves shall be a resilient wedge-gate valve meeting the requirements
     outlined above in Section E – Butterfly and gate valves.

I.   COMPACT FITTINGS

     Compact fittings in accordance with the Standard Specifications and AWWA/ANSI
     C-110/A21.10 are permitted.


J.   BEDDING MATERIALS AND BACKFILL MATERIALS

     All bedding and backfill materials used shall conform to Chapter 8.43.0 of the
     Standard Specifications. Backfill shall consist of mechanically compacted 3/4"

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     graded crushed limestone (T.B.) or spoil backfill as indicated on the design plans.
     The stone shall comply with the requirements of Section 8.43.7 and Table 39 of
     Standard Specifications. Mechanical compaction shall comply with the requirements
     of Section 2.6.14(b)(1), both of the Standard Specifications.

     All water main shall have torpedo sand bedding and cover to 6" above the pipe. The
     sand shall comply with the requirements of Section 8.43.2(c).

     In areas determined by the ENGINEER, where improved pipe foundation is
     required, the CONTRACOR shall install up to 2’ of additional foundation material
     under the pipe. Additional bedding shall comply with the requirements of Section
     8.43.2(c) or ¾” T.B.

     Backfill on raw water main from station 32+50 to 42+28 shall have 2’ minimum
     sand cover over the top of the main prior to the spoil backfill.

K.   GALVANIC ANODE

     To be provided by OWNER for installation by Contractor using exothermic weld.

L.   TRACER WIRE

     All water main shall include a 10 gauge solid, blue coated copper tracer wire to be
     taped to each pipe. Tape shall be securely fastened to main, hydrant leads and
     hydrants. Additionally, the tracer wire shall be looped from the main through a 2”
     PVC pipe attached to the back of the hydrants.

     Splices shall be braided, soldered, and water proofed using shrink wrap or
     underground splice kit. Test station shall be an adjustable height tracer wire access
     box manufactured by VALVCO, Inc. (TWABADJ).

M.   FLUSHING STATION

     Flushing station shall follow the detail shown on the plans, consist of a 30” or 36” x
     12” side outlet tee, 12” diameter gate valve for flushing and 12” diameter watermain
     and appurtenances.

N.   AIR VENT

     Air vent shown on the plans shall meet the requirements of the Utility’s standard
     specification detail WD-39.




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     O.    VALVE RESTRAINT DETAIL

           Contractor shall submit a detail and design calculations for the valve/thrust block
           restraint for the existing 36” butterfly valve, cross, and bend at the Treatment Plant.
           Detail and design shall be reviewed by the Utility Engineer prior to start of
           construction.

VIII. MATERIALS – PRECAST METER PIT – ALTERNATE BID ITEM I PROJECT
      07150

     A.    MANHOLE

          1.      Manhole for meter pit shall 96" diameter concrete with rubber joints and a
                  flat top section and shall conform to the requirements of ASTM D-478 and
                  Chapter 3.5.0 and Plan File No. 12 of the Standard Specifications.

          2.      Link seal at all pipe penetrations.

          3.      Fixed wall access ladder shall be a 90 degree ladder with serrated 1-1/8” in
                  diameter connected to 2-7/8” side rail channels with cast aluminum rung
                  connectors, eached secured to rails by means of four solid aircraft rivets.
                  Ladder shall be installed with manufacturer’s recommendations and comply
                  with ANSI A14.3 and OSHA regulations.

          4.      Access hatch supplied by the CONTRACTOR shall comply with the
                  following, as indicated on the plans:

                  a.      Hatch manufacture: Bilco, U.S. Foundry & Manufacturing, or equal.
                  b.      Contractor to verify hatch size and location in top slab for clearance
                          of pumps positioned as shown on the plans. Minimum clearance of 3
                          inches required
                  c.      Door leaves of ¼ inch aluminum diamond pattern to withstand a live
                          load of 300 pounds per square foot
                  d.      Channel frame of ¼ inch welded aluminum with anchor flange
                          around the perimeter

                  e.      Each door leaf equipped with heavy duty, recessed hinges, totally
                          enclosed spring operators or torsion bars as necessary for easy
                          operation, drop handle and automatic hold open arm release handle.

                  f.      Each door leaf secured with snap lock with removable handle and
                          padlock hasp welded to each leaf and frame.

                  g.      Aluminum surfaces mill finished with bituminous coating applied to
                          the exterior of the frame exposed to concrete.


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             h.     All mechanical fasteners and hardware of stainless steel.

B.   MAGNETIC FLOW METER

     1.      Type: Electromagnetic induction meters producing a DC pulsed signal
             utilizing 2 pulsed DC coils for excitation to measure flow across the entire
             pipe and have continuous zero stability. DC pulsed signal shall be directly
             proportional and linear to liquid flow rate.

     2.      Approved Manufactures: Magnetic Flow Meters: ABB MagMaster MFF
             Series, Badger Magnetoflow, McCrometer UltraMag, electromagnetic
             flow meter or approved equal. Manufacturer of the meter shall have at
             least 5 years experience in the manufacture of magnetic flow meters and
             have a minimum of 100 United States installations of the model specified
             herein.

     3.      Remote Indicator/Totalizer: Rosemount or approved equal, compatible
             with brand and model of meter provided.

     4.      Provide the Following Meters:


             Location         Quantity        Size     Low Flow           High Flow
          Raw Water Main         2          24- Inch   3,000 gpm         35,000 gpm

     5.      Meter Tube: Meter tube shall be stainless steel with carbon steel flanges
             in accordance with ANSI 150#. Meter tube shall have a suitable Elastomer
             liner and a grounding electrode.

     6.      Each flow sensor shall contain 2 pulsed-DC coils, a pair of sensing
             electrodes, and an integral grounding electrode. External grounding rings
             and straps shall not be necessary. The Electrodes shall be made of Type
             316 stainless steel. Maximum media temperature shall be 100ºF. The flow
             meter shall include the sensor(s) to measure mean velocity in full pipes:

             a.     The mean velocity measurement range shall be from 0 to 2 feet
                    per second to 0 to 50 feet per second

             b.     The minimum detectable mean velocity shall be 0.02 feet per
                    second

             c.     Maximum pressure shall be 150 psi.

     7.      Flow Transmitters shall contain an integral digital flowrate indicator and
             totalizer, both displayed in engineering units. The flow transmitter shall
             contain a liquid crystal display (LCD). The LCD shall display a 4 to 5

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            digit flow rate, scaled for any unit of measurement. Flow transmitter shall
            be microprocessor based with a minimum input impedance of 1015 ohms
            with driven shield capability. Flow transmitter shall include both a 4-20
            mADC and configurable-scaled pulse outputs. Flow meter and transmitter
            shall operate on 120 VAC, 60 Hz line power. Output damping shall be
            provided as standard, as shall empty pipe detection and continuous
            diagnostics. Flow transmitters shall be installed inside the meter pit.

     8.     Electronics Package:    Power requirements shall be 120VAC, 60 Hz.
            Enclosure shall be a lockable, watertight, dust tight, corrosion resistant,
            NEMA 4X cast aluminum, fusion bonded epoxy enamel painted enclosure
            suitable for conduit connections. The meter mounted indicator shall
            produce isolated 4-20mA to be utilized by the Supervisory Control
            System. Provide all power supplies required for operation of meter and
            production of the 4-20 mA output signal.

     9.     Meter/Electronics Performance:

            a.     Accuracy: shall be +/- 0.15 percent of rate at a minimum flow of
                   0.67 feet per second. Flow meter drift shall be

            b.     Drift: Complete continuous zero stability. System zero not
                   affected by any process coating of the electrodes.

            c.     Zero Stability: Fully automatic with no manual adjustment
                   required. System zero shall be able to be set without establishing a
                   no flow, full pipe condition.

            d.     Calibration: Meter shall be independently calibrated prior to
                   shipment. Submit results of calibration tests with the Operation
                   and Maintenance Manuals.

     10.    Start-up and training:

            a.     Manufacturer’s representative shall include 4 hours of training to
                   instruct the Owner in operation and maintenance procedures and to
                   certify to the Engineer that the equipment is installed and operates
                   correctly. The training will be arranged once the electrical
                   installation has been completed.

C.   BEDDING MATERIALS AND BACKFILL MATERIALS

     All bedding and backfill materials used shall conform to Chapter 8.43.0 of the
     Standard Specifications. Backfill shall consist of mechanically compacted 3/4"
     graded crushed limestone (T.B.). The stone shall comply with the requirements of
     Section 8.43.7 and Table 39 of Standard Specifications. Mechanical compaction


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      shall comply with the requirements of Section 2.6.14(b)(1), both of the Standard
      Specifications.

D.    CRUSHED STONE FOR FOUNDATION

      Crushed stone for meter pit foundation shall conform to the requirements of Section
      8.43.6 of the Standard Specifications.

E.    ACCESSORIES

     1.      Sump Pump: The sump pump shall be an automatic operated submersible
             sump pump with a vertical close coupled motor. The pump shall be of high
             grade case iron construction. The integral pump and motor shaft shall be with
             sealed bearings and replaceable mechanical seal to exclude water from the
             motor housing. The motor shall be thermally protected and of adequate
             horsepower to meet the operating conditions of 1000 GPH at 15’ TDH. The
             sump pump shall discharge through 1 ½” PVC pipe with a check valve and a
             gate valve

     2.      Sump pump piping: PVC Schedule 40, 1 ½” diameter with solvent weld
             connections.

     3.      Pipe Supports: Water piping shall be supported with concrete pipe supports
             as required to eliminate pipe strain and to facilitate removal of meter for
             repair.

F.    RIGID NONMETALLIC CONDUIT AND FITTINGS

     1.      EPC-40-PVC and EPC-80-PVC for Type II and Type III applications.

     2.      Sunlight resistant

     3.      NEMA TC2

     4.      NFPA 70, Article 352

     5.      UL listed

     6.      Carlon, CertainTeed, or approved equal




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G.    UNDERGROUND WARNING TAPE

      1.   6 inch wide, 4 mil polyethylene film, vivid, opaque, long-lasting red color
           with bold, black letters. Letting to read: Top line - "...CAUTION...", Bottom
           line - "...ELECTRIC LINE BURIED BELOW...". Tape shall be Seton Name
           Plate Corp. No. 210 ELE, EMED Co. Stock No. UT27737-6, or equal.

H.    PULL AND JUNCTION BOXES

     1.    Contractor to install junction box on the exterior wall of the water treatment
           plant.

     2.    Covers attached with hinges and stainless steel screws located within 1/2
           inch of each corner opposite the hinges and spaced not more than 12 inches
           apart

     3.    Neoprene gasketed covers

     4.    Sized per NFPA 70 with enough capacity to add to each side at least 2
           conduits of the same size as the largest conduit entering the box.

     5.    Square cornered masonry type boxes, 2-1/2 inch minimum depth, shall be
           used for all flush switches and receptacles in glazed tile, face brick, and
           unfinished block walls.

     6.    Weatherproof die-cast aluminum boxes with threaded outlets for all surface
           mounted outlets; Bell (Raco), or approved equal

     7.    All surface mounted outlet boxes for switches and receptacles shall be type
           “FS” or “FD” cast device boxes

     8.    Galvanized fittings and boxes for EMT conduit.

I.    WIRE AND CABLE

     1.    Stranded copper conductor with 600 volt insulation. Conductor Size #4 Awg
           and smaller shall have THWN insulation. Conductor Size #3 Awg and larger
           shall have THWN or XHHW insulation.

     2.    Wire shall conform to NEMA WC 5 or WC 7 and UL-83, and shall be UL
           listed.

     3.    Tool-compressed terminals and connectors; Burndy, Ideal, Thomas & Betts,
           or equal.


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      J.    GROUNDING MATERIALS

           1.      Class B stranded copper conductor which is bare or with green insulation. 3/4
                   inch by 10 foot copperweld ground rod.

           2.      Tool-compressed connectors and lugs; Burndy Hyground, Thomas & Betts
                   53,000 series or equal.

           3.      Burndy Type QGFL bar taps.

           4.      Grounding material shall be UL listed.


IX.   MATERIALS - MISCELLANOUS

      A.    CRUSHED STONE FOR ASPHALT BASE RESTORATION

            Crushed stone for restoration of the base for asphalt pavement shall comply with the
            requirements of 1-1/2" Graded Crushed Stone of Table 39 of Chapter 8.43.7 of the
            Standard Specifications.

            The granular trench backfill materials may be accepted in lieu of the above if kept
            clean and otherwise found unobjectionable as determined by the Engineer in the
            field.

      B.    COMPOUNDS FOR ASPHALT PAVEMENT

            1.     Binder course mixture shall be grade # 2 and mixed to comply with type R-
                   MV (35% recycled) or Superpave Type E-3, 19mm Subsection 407.3.
                   Surface course mixture shall be grade # 4 and mixed to comply with type V-
                   MV (virgin) or Superpave Type E-3, 9.5mm (virgin) Subsection 407.3

            2.     Asphalt delivered to the site shall arrive at a temperature of 275° plus or
                   minus 25°. Any trucks not meeting this requirement shall be rejected.

            3.     Compounds for asphaltic pavement shall be provided in conformance with
                   the following section of the State Specifications.

                   Materials for Asphaltic Mixtures and Surface Treatments............. Section 401
                   Tack Coat.......................................................................................... Section 402
                   Plant Mixed Asphaltic Surfaces and Pavements
                          General Requirements ......................................................... Section 405
                   Asphaltic Concrete Pavements ........................................................ Section 407




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C.   CONCRETE FOR CONCRETE PAVEMENT RESTORATION

     The materials provided under this contract shall conform to the Standard
     Specifications Governing Concrete Pavement Construction, City of Oak Creek,
     Department of Engineering, March 2004, in all respects except as follows:

     1.      Air Entrainment - Air entrainment shall be between 5 and 7% by volume
             when concrete is made with 6 sacks of cement per cubic yard of concrete, has
             a slump of 2" to 3", and is mixed as specified.

     2.      Air Entraining Cements and Admixtures - Type IA, IIIA, or I S A cements
             shall be used to provide air entrainment in the concrete. When authorized by
             the Utility Engineer, an approved air entraining agent may be added to mix to
             provide the specified air content.

     3.      Concrete Strength Requirements and Tests - The specified compressive
             strength of concrete shall be not less than 3,500 pounds per square inch when
             tested 28 days after placing. Continuous concrete quality and strength tests,
             in accordance with accepted methods, shall be performed by the City. Test
             cylinders shall be provided and all job tests performed by the City at no cost
             to the Contractor; however, the Contractor shall fully cooperate to provide
             the necessary concrete required for the tests.

             Where high-early-strength concrete is specified, the compressive strength of
             the concrete shall be not less than 2,500 pounds per square inch when tested
             3 days after placing.

             Cylinders for strength tests shall be made in accordance with ASTM Method
             C31. Three cylinders shall be made for each test, and one test shall be made
             for each 100 cubic yards of concrete or fraction thereof placed on any day,
             and at least two tests shall be made for each portion of pavement constructed
             on a particular day.

             Cylinder strength shall be determined in accordance with ASTM Method
             C39. One cylinder of each set shall be tested at seven days, and the other two
             cylinders of each shall be tested at 28 days.

D.   SILT FENCE

     The silt fence fabric shall meet the following specifications:

     1.      Grab strength: 100 lb. Minimum in any principal direction (ASTM D-1682)
     2.      Mullen Burst: Minimum 200psi (ASTM D3786)
     3.      Equivalent opening size.

             a.      between 50 and 140 for soils with more than 15 percent by weight

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                         passing No. 200 sieve.
                 b.      between 20 and 50 for soils with less than 15 percent by weight
                         passing a No. 200 sieve.

          4.     Water Flow Rate of 10 gal/min/ft² at 50MM constant head determined by
                multiplying permittivity in secֿ¹ as determined by ASTM D-4491 by
                conversion factor of 74.

          5.     Ultraviolet radiation stability of 90%.

          6.     Fabric support netting shall be reinforced with an industrial polypropylene
                 netting with a ¾ inch spacing or equivalent. A heavy duty nylon top support
                 cord or equivalent is required.

     E.   TRIANGULAR SILT DIKES

          1.     Triangular Silt DikesTM shall be triangular-shaped having a height of at least
                 eight to ten inches (8”-10”) in the center with equal sides and a sixteen- to
                 twenty-inch (16”-20”) base.

          2.     The triangular-shaped inner material shall be urethane foam.

          3.     The outer cover shall be a woven geotextile fabric place around the inner
                 material and allowed to extend beyond both sides of the triangle two to three
                 feet (2’to3’).

          4.     Standard length of each dike will be seven feet (7’) unless otherwise
                 indicated on the plans.

          5.     The dikes shall be attached to the ground with wire staples. The staples shall
                 be No. 11 gauge wire and be at least six to eight inches (6”-8”) long. Staples
                 shall be placed as indicated on the installation detail.

     F.   EROSION MAT

          The erosion mat used shall meet the requirements of Section 628 of the State
          Specifications. Location of erosion mat shall be determined by the Contractor and
          approved by the Engineer. Erosion Mat shall be SC 150 North American Green
          Straw/Coconut Fiber Erosion Control Blanket or approved equal

X.   CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

     A.   COMPLYING WITH SPECIFICATIONS

          The Contractor shall comply with the specifications and ably perform all operations
          to the extent that the first-class work will be obtained. A representative of the Oak

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     Creek Water & Sewer Utility will inspect the work as it progresses to determine full
     compliance with the specifications. The Inspector shall notify the Utility Engineer of
     any noncompliance and have authority to stop any work not being performed in
     accordance with the specifications, in order that an Engineer may investigate such
     noncompliance.

     Any work performed after the work has been ordered stopped by the Inspector shall
     not be considered as work performed under the contract, and consequently will not
     be accepted by the Utility nor allowed in any monthly or final payment until
     corrected to the satisfaction of the Utility Engineer.

     The "Standard Specifications for Sewer and Water Construction in Wisconsin", Sixth
     Edition, December 22, 2003, (herein referred to as The Standard Specifications),
     shall apply for all sewer and water main construction unless otherwise noted in these
     Detail Specifications or on the construction plans. The 2003 Highway and Structure
     Construction - Standard Specifications Department of Transportation, Division of
     Highways, State of Wisconsin and Supplemental Specifications (herein referred to as
     the State Specifications), shall apply for pavement restoration. The MUTCD,
     Millennium edition and State Specifications shall apply to all traffic control.

B.   LOCATION - STAKING

     The line for each facility will be located as shown on the plan and will be staked out
     once by the City Engineering Department. If necessary to pass an existing
     obstruction, the Utility Engineer may shift the line to avoid such obstruction.

     The Contractor must protect all stakes and bench marks from disturbances until
     permission is given to remove them. Width of not less than 2' on each side of the line
     on which stakes are located shall be kept free from obstruction. Additional staking
     required due to damage or removal shall be at the Contractor's expense.

C.   MATERIAL ENCOUNTERED

     No variation from the price named in the proposal will be made or allowed whether
     the material through which excavations must be made are hard or soft, and wet or
     dry. It is the Contractor's responsibility to determine for himself the character, nature,
     type and condition of materials likely to be encountered in the proposed work. The
     submission of a proposal for the work herein shall in itself be accepted as evidence
     that the Contractor has examined the site of all work, made borings, investigations
     and studies of all conditions and provided for all such conditions in his proposal.

     Any and all necessary dewatering shall be in accordance with Chapter 2.2.13 of the
     Standard Specifications.

     Contractor will be required to obtain a high capacity dewatering permit prior to start
     of construction for dewatering rate of 70 gallons per minute (gpm) or higher.

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     Contractor is responsible to reconnect existing field tiles that may be encountered
     during excavation. Existing tiles must be repaired and connected to a storm sewer or
     have positive outfall provided.

D.   OWNER PROVIDED MATERIALS

     The Utility has purchased concrete and ductile iron pipe material for use on Chicago
     Road from station 74+91 to station 75+94 and on will assist the contractor in
     scheduling the first delivery. When the pipe arrives on site the contractor will accept
     it, unload it, and assume responsibility for the material. The contractor will arrange
     for subsequent deliveries of concrete pipe from Hanson directly. A list of the material
     purchased is included in these specifications.

     Ductile Iron Pipe Materials – Owner Purchased
     Qty. Description

     1       30”x30”x30” MJ Tee

     2       30” MJ Sleeve

     3       Standard 30” MJ Butterfly valves

     1       Ductile iron to concrete adapter

     12      30” MJ joint restraints

     12      Viton Gaskets for Ductile Iron Pipe

     20ft.   30” D.I. Pipe

     PCCP Materials – Owner Purchased
     Qty. Description

     97.98 ft.       30” D.I. Pipe

     9       30” snap ring restrained joints

     2       30” shorts

     1       30” diameter 45º bend

     1       30” diameter 27º bend

     1.      30” PJ x AMJS Adapter


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     1       30” night cap

     18      30” Viton gaskets

     1       30” - ½ bevel adapter

     1       PCCP installation kit

     1       25# pail joint lube

     The Oak Creek Water and Sewer Utility will pre-purchase material for use by the
     contractor. Not all of the material needed will be purchased by the Utility. All other
     material needed to complete the project is the responsibility of the contractor to
     provide.

     The Utility may have certain ductile iron material in it’s yard and will arrange to
     have it delivered to the job site where the contractor will accept the material, unload
     it, and assume responsibility for it.

     The Utility has purchased material for Chicago Road for Station 74+91 to 75+94 and
     Viton gaskets through station 77+00.

E.   EROSION CONTROL AND GROUND COVER

     Pursuant to City of Oak Creek Code, construction activities are required to comply
     with erosion control and ground cover requirements. For public works construction,
     specifically, the following construction activity requirements are applicable.

     1.      Those involving grading, removal of protective ground cover or vegetation,
             excavation, landfilling or other land disturbing activity affecting a surface
             area of 4,000 square feet or more;

     2.      Those involving excavation or filling or a combination of excavation and
             filling affecting 400 cubic yards or more of dirt, sand or other excavation or
             fill material;

     3.      Those involving street, highway, road, or bridge construction, enlargement,
             relocation or reconstruction;

     4.      Those involving the laying, repairing, replacing or enlarging of an
             underground pipe facility for a distance of 300' or more.

     To address the requirements, the Contractor shall provide for the implementation of
     the control measures as may be specified on the construction plans and in these
     Detail Specifications.


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F.   EXCAVATION OF CONTAMINATED MATERIAL and GROUNDWATER

     Known contaminated soils are present in the area around the connection to the
     existing D.I. pipe water main on Chicago Road. CONTRACTOR is responsible for
     excavating and transporting the contaminated soil to a licensed landfill.

     Excavate soil as directed by the ENGINEER. All soil will be screened during
     excavation to determine if it is contaminated. Uncontaminated soil, as deemed by the
     ENGINEER, can be stockpiled for use on-site. Soil deemed by the ENGINEER to be
     contaminated will be loaded on trucks for transport to a licensed landfill.

     It is anticipated that some dewatering will be required during excavation of the
     contaminated soil to remove possible perched water layers. Means and methods of
     construction dewatering shall be the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR. Refer to
     soils boring report for additional information. CONTRACTOR must have
     contingencies to pump, store or transport, and dispose of water if it is contaminated.

G.   DISTRIBUTION OF EXCESS EXCAVATED MATERIAL

     The disposal of all surplus excavated materials shall be the responsibility of the
     Contractor, shall be at the Contractor's expense and if disposed of within the limits of
     the City of Oak Creek, shall comply with the following regulations. The Contractor
     prior to the start of construction shall indicate the location at which the surplus
     excavated material will be disposed of.

     The placement of fill on private lands located in the City of Oak Creek is under City
     regulation, in accordance with the Municipal Code. The disposal of surplus
     excavated materials, including that derived from public works construction, is
     subject to compliance with this code. Basically, the Code provides for only the
     following forms of landfilling:

     1.     When the fill comprises of less than 1,000 cubic yards and is to be placed on
            a parcel of land of one acre or less in size. An application shall be made to
            the City Engineer for a permit, on a one-time-only basis. A $300.00 fee, plus
            an applicable erosion control permit and fee, is required.

     2.     Shoreline erosion control, whereby a license must be applied for and granted
            prior to landfilling activity being undertaken.

     3.     On a site, where fill may be needed in conjunction with building construction
            and where a building permit is in effect.

     4.     On City-owned property, subject to plans approved by the Common Council.

     5.      On a site where a landfill license is in effect.


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H.   WATER MAIN DETAIL DRAWINGS

     The Detail Drawings, listed hereafter, and included at the rear of the Detail
     Specifications, cover corrections, deletions or additions to the Standard Specifi-
     cations and take precedence over such Standard Specifications and supplement these
     Detail Specifications. WD-1, 11, 13, and 39.

I.   DUCTILE IRON WATER PIPE

     The laying of ductile iron water main shall comply with Part IV of the Standard
     Specifications, and the following requirements:

     1.     The pipe, with two layers of polyethylene wrap shall be laid with a torpedo
            sand bedding and cover in accordance with Section 4.3.3 and File No. 36 of
            the Standard Specifications.

     2.     Backfill for all pipe sizes shall be as specified above the 6" cover line.

J.   POLYVINYL CHLORIDE WATER PIPE

     The laying of PVC pipe shall be laid with a torpedo sand bedding and cover and
     comply with Part IV of the Standard Specifications and the following requirements:

     1.     Acceptable Procedure on Anchoring of Vertical Water Main Offsets where
            Polyvinyl Chloride Pipe is used shall comply with Chapter 4.9.0 and 4.10.0
            and File No. 47A of the Standard Specifications.

     2.     Elimination of Vertical Offsets by the Use of Deflected Pipe - In lieu of the
            procedures outlined under subsection 10 above, the Contractor may elect to
            deflect the polyvinyl chloride pipe to provide the vertical location or
            alignment concept indicated on the construction plans. The use of this alter-
            nate must be approved by the Utility Engineer prior to installation, in
            particular as to clearance with other utilities, both existing and anticipated
            and as to compliance with maximum pipe deflection.

                    Pipe Diameter Maximum Deflection per 20' Length
                       6"                            8"
                       8"                            6"
                      12"                            4"

K.   PRESTRESSED CONCRETE PRESSURE PIPE

     The manufacturer’s instructions are to be followed by the Contractor in laying and
     jointing the pipe, and the lubricant, pulleys and appurtenances used must be
     furnished by or be recommended and approved by the pipe manufacturer. The water
     main shall have torpedo sand bedding and cover to 6” above the pipe. Sand cover

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     shall extend a minimum of 2’ above the pipe between station 32+50 and 42+28

     When the pipes have been joined, a band shall be fastened around the joint recess
     and 1:2 mortar grout poured to fill the recess beneath the band in accordance with the
     manufacturer’s recommendations.

     All material shall be removed from the pipe prior to laying and pipe left in clean
     condition. Open ends of the pipe shall be closed with acceptable pipe plugs upon
     suspension of the work for any reason, and a number of plugs for the purpose must
     be kept on hand for immediate use in case of an emergency.

     Welding of closures shall be performed by a certified welder and per the
     manufacture’s requirements. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for the costs of
     manufacturer’s recommended method for weld inspection and testing.

L.   STEEL WATER PIPE

     The manufacturer’s instructions are to be followed by the Contractor in laying and
     jointing the pipe, and the lubricant, pulleys and appurtenances used must be
     furnished by or be recommended and approved by the pipe manufacturer. The water
     main shall have torpedo sand bedding and cover to 6” above the pipe. Sand cover
     shall extend to 2’ above the pipe between station 32+50 and 42+28.

     All material shall be removed from the pipe prior to laying and pipe left in clean
     condition. Open ends of the pipe shall be closed with acceptable pipe plugs upon
     suspension of the work for any reason, and a number of plugs for the purpose must
     be kept on hand for immediate use in case of an emergency.

     For Carnegie O-Ring gasket joint after the pipes have been joined, a feeler gauge
     shall be used to shall be used per manufactures recommendations to check the
     placement of the gasket prior to releasing the pipe from the slings. Grout the interior
     of the joints with cement mortar per AWWA C205. Exterior of the joint shall be
     completed with heat-shrink sleeves per AWWA C216 and manufacturer’s
     recommendations.

     Lap field welded joints shall be cleaned and a minimum overlap of 1-inch at any
     location around the joint shall be provided. Field welders and weld procedures shall
     be certified in accordance with AWS D1.1. Contractor to provide a full fillet weld
     per AWWA C206 either on the inside or outside of the pipe. Inside welding may be
     performed after backfilling in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations.
     Welded joints shall be tested in accordance with AWWA C206. Grout the interior of
     the joints with cement mortar per AWWA C205.

     Welding of closures or joints shall be preformed by a certified welder and per the
     manufacturer’s requirements. Contractor shall be responsible for the costs of
     manufacturer’s recommended weld inspection and testing.

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     Flanged joints shall be installed per manufacturer’s recommendations

M.   WATER MAIN - HYDROSTATIC TESTING

     The Contractor shall provide for the testing of all new mains under the supervision of
     the Utility in accordance with Chapter 4.15.0 of the Standard Specifications and the
     following requirements:

     1.     Separate leakage tests on the entire length of new main and on valved
            sections thereof, may be required as determined by the Utility. The Utility's
            requirements on all new mains are a 150 psi pressure test for a duration of
            one hour and a 100 psi leakage test for a duration of two hours.

     2.     Where a new main will be connected to an existing main, it may be necessary
            for the Contractor to install a temporary plug in the new main for testing
            purposes. After the specified pressure and leakage tests have been completed
            on the new main, actual connection to the existing main shall be made. The
            section of new connecting main between the removed test plug and the
            existing main, shall be subject to line pressure prior to backfilling. Any
            visible defects observed in the connecting main shall immediately be repaired
            by the Contractor at his expense, prior to backfilling.

     3.     Costs of all testing including the installation and removal of temporary test
            plugs, shall be at the Contractor's expense.

N.   WATER MAIN - PIPE DISINFECTING and FLUSHING

     Disinfection shall be in accordance with AWWA Section C-651-05. The Contractor
     shall to inject chloride into the main via a hydrant connection. This injection shall
     yield a mixed volume with 50 ppm of free chlorine. Prior to flushing and testing the
     chlorine levels shall be checked and determined to be sufficiently high by the
     Engineer. If the chlorine levels are too low then additional chlorine shall be injected
     and another 24-hour period shall elapse prior to re-testing. After completing final
     flushing of the main, a minimum of 2 separate water samples a minimum of 24 hours
     apart will be required for safe water sampling. After the Contractor sets up the test
     the Utility will collect samples for testing. The highly chlorinated was shall be
     chemically de-chlorinated prior to discharging to the ground, storm sewer, or
     waterway.

     Disinfection and safe water testing does not apply to the Raw Water Line. This line
     shall be filled, tested, and flushed.

O.   WATER MAIN CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE

     Listed below is the anticipated construction schedule for the transmission main

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     project and the raw water main project. Any change from the schedule must be
     approved by the Engineer.

     The owner purchased material shall be installed beginning no later than April 1st and
     the balance of the pipe on Chicago Road is to be installed from the north to the south.
     The closure shall be placed adjacent to the owner purchased material at
     approximately station 75+94

     1.     Project is scheduled for award at the February 12, 2008 Oak Creek Water &
            Sewer Utility Commission meeting. A Pre-construction can begin upon
            execution of contract documents.

     2.     Contractor to field verify the location, alignment, and elevation of the
            existing 30-inch D.I. main in Ryan Road.

     3.     Contractor to begin installing owner provided materials between stations
            74+89 and 75+94 no sooner than April 1, 2008 and must completed before
            April 15, 2008.

     4.     Construction of the transmission main between Stations 96+66 to 75+75. The
            transmission main shall be installed from the North end of the project
            (sta.96+66) to the schedule closure piece at station 75+75.

     5.     Construction of the transmission main must be completed by August 30,
            2008. Final restoration including pavement, shoulder, driveways, topsoil,
            seed, and mulch must be completed by October 1, 2008.

     6.     Construction of the raw water main project can begin anytime from station
            42+28 to the closure piece at approximately station 11+29. Final restoration
            including pavement, topsoil, seed, and mulch for this area must be completed
            by October 1, 2008.

     7.     Connection to the existing raw water main at the Water Treatment Facility
            cannot be made prior to October 15, 2008. Contractor will have
            approximately 4-6 hours (6 hours maximum)of plant shut down to relocate
            the existing 36” raw water main and valve.

P.   TEMPORARY WATER SERVICE

     Contractor shall provide temporary water service to the existing properties on
     Ryan Road during the connection to the existing main in Ryan Road. Contractor
     shall install a temporary water line down the north side of Ryan Road,
     approximately 800' from the existing hydrant at Chicago Road and Ryan Road
     intersection. Contractor shall provide water to the homes on the south side of
     Ryan Road from the temporary main on the north side of the road. Contractor can
     cross Ryan Road with the temporary water main in a culvert approximately 650'

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           east of the hydrant and then travel back west approximately 200’ to the properties
           on the south side. There is no existing ditch on the north side near Chicago Road
           so Contractor will have to install a temporary ditch for main create a small trench
           through the driveways to accommodate the 3" diameter water pipe. Contractor
           shall patch the driveway after temporary water main has been removed.

           Temporary water line shall be a minimum 3” diameter PVC or HDPE pipe..
           Service lines to the homes can be a flexible hose pipe. The temporary water main
           and service lines must be chlorinated, and pass two consecutive safe water
           samples as outlined in the detailed specification section prior to connection to the
           existing homes. Cost for installing the temporary water line shall be included in
           the cost for installing owner provided materials (item 11)

      Q.   4” WATER SERVICE TO LOW LIFT BUILDING

           Located at the back of the specification manual is the construction drawing of the
           low lift pump station. 4” water service shall be pressure tested and safe water
           sampled according to the detailed specification section.

      R.   NOTICE TO UTILITY

           Contractor shall give a 48 hour written notice to the Utility before desired shutting
           down of the existing water mains or treatment plant in order to make the connections.

XI.   RESTORATION IN THE WORK AREA

      A.   GENERAL

           Upon completion of the utility installation, the Contractor shall remove all debris,
           surplus materials, and return the surface of the street or right-of-way and all other
           places disturbed or affected by the work to a condition at least comparable to that
           existing before starting the work and shall maintain it in such condition until its final
           completion and acceptance. The restoration shall include seeding or sodding grass
           areas and graveling or pavement repair of streets and driveways. Final payment for
           any installation will not be made until this restoration has been completed and
           accepted.

           Acceptance or approval of any excavation work by the Utility Engineer shall not
           prevent the Utility from asserting a claim against the Contractor and his surety under
           the surety bond required hereunder for incomplete or defective work if discovered
           within 12 months from the acceptance of the completed work. The Utility Engineer's
           presence during the performance of any excavation work shall not relieve the
           Contractor of his responsibilities hereunder.

           Cost of all restoration shall be included in the bid price for the water main
           installation, except as noted elsewhere in the contract documents. It shall be the duty

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     of the Contractor to guarantee and maintain the site of the excavation for one year
     after restoring it to its original condition.

     Included in the restoration shall be any damage to drainage ways due to discharge of
     trench waters. The Contractor is required to implement erosion control techniques.

B.   TEMPORARY RESTORATION AND PERMANENT RECONSTRUCTION OF
     PAVED ROADWAY SURFACES

     This project includes the installation of water main facilities in public street right-of-
     way that is presently improved with asphalt pavements. In such street right-of-way,
     the Contractor shall restore the paved portion thereof as follows:

     1.         Provide for the reconstruction of the width of the roadway pavement
                disturbed as part of the construction project. Limits as shown on the
                construction plans or as determined by the Utility Engineer.

     2.         Provide for the interim restoration and maintenance of the utility trenches
                until such time as the 3” binder course restoration is made.

                Under the interim restoration, the Contractor shall provide for:

                a.     Supplying and placing additional crushed limestone in all settlements
                       or potholes.

                b.     Shaping the surface as required to provide a safe condition for
                       vehicular traffic.

                c.     Apply such liquid materials for dust control or the placement of 3”
                       asphalt binder course in all disturbed roadway areas.

     Such restoration and maintenance shall be the responsibility of the Contractor in
     immediate succession as the individual water main and laterals are installed and
     continued until all such underground installation is completed, tested and approved,
     and the 3” bituminous binder pavement installation is completed.

     All pavement patches shall be saw cut full depth along their limits to provide a clean,
     tight match joint. Concrete driveways shall be cut and replaced back to an existing
     joint or to a saw cut over driveway culvert which ever is greater insuring a minimum
     5’ slab. The joint shall receive ½” felt full depth.

     Pavement restoration shall be as follows:

           1.        On all public streets, pavement thickness shall consist of a 3” asphalt
                     binder and 2” surface course on the compacted crushed limestone base.
           2.        For all concrete driveways, replacement shall be 5” thick on 4” thick

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                  bed of ¾” T.B. base.
          3.      For all asphalt driveways, replacement shall be 3” of asphalt on 4” of
                  ¾” T.B. base.
          4.      Curb and gutter shall be replaced by saw cutting the curb an gutter and
                  installing tie-bars into the existing and new piece of curb and gutter.
                  Minimum replacement length shall be 4 feet.

C.   RESTORATION OF GRAVELED SURFACES

     The Contractor shall be required to restore all graveled surfaces, which were
     removed for the underground installation with traffic bound granular materials.
     Materials and installation shall conform to Section 304 of the State Specifications. A
     minimum of 12" of granular material shall be installed.

D.   RESTORATION OF LAWNS

     The Contractor shall be required to repair, reseed, resod and/or replant all established
     lawns damaged during the course of construction to a condition equal to or better
     than the condition at the commencement of his work in accordance with Type “C",
     Lawn Replacement of Chapter 2.7.4 of the Standard Specifications, as indicated on
     the construction plans or as directed by the Engineer. Mulching under Type "C"
     Replacement shall be in accordance with Section 627 of the State Specifications.

     All excavated areas lying in open lands or lands used for agricultural purposes shall
     have topsoil replaced upon the properly settled trenches to a depth comparable to the
     existing depth and seeded as follows.

     Replace cover by means of seeding with grass seed at the rate of not less than six
     pounds per thousand square feet on salvaged level topsoil.

     As noted on the plans Contractor shall restore the grass area between station 75+25
     and 76+40 with Type “A”, Lawn Replacement of Chapter 2.7.4 of the Standard
     Specifications.

E.   UTILITY’s RIGHT TO RESTORE SURFACE

     If the Contractor shall have failed to restore the surface to its specified condition
     upon the expiration of the time fixed by such contract or shall otherwise have failed
     to complete the excavation work covered by the contract, the Utility Engineer, if he
     deems it advisable, shall have the right to use Utility forces to do all the work
     necessary to restore the work area. The Contractor shall be liable for the actual cost
     thereof plus 25% for general overhead and administrative expenses. Compensation
     for the amount of such costs shall become due to the Utility and credit for such
     amount shall be applied against any funds that may be due to the Contractor. If final
     payment under the contract has already been made, the Contractor shall be directly
     billed for the amount due. As a last resort, the Utility will enforce compensation for

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              costs it has incurred through collection from the Contractor's surety.

XII.   CLEAN-UP AND FINAL INSPECTION

       The Contractor shall have thorough and systematic clean-up operations follow closely
       behind the construction work. He shall at his own expense, remove and properly dispose of
       all water, dirt, rubbish, or any other foreign substances. Any defects of any nature
       whatsoever shall be promptly corrected at his own expense. Notice to begin final cleaning
       and repairs if such is needed will be given by the Engineer and shall be complied with by the
       Contractor. The Engineer will make an inspection of the work during the progress of final
       cleaning and repairing and any work so inspected shall be kept clean by the Contractor until
       the final inspection by the Engineer and the acceptance of the entire work. When the
       Contractor has finally cleaned and repaired the work, he shall notify the Engineer that he is
       ready for a final inspection and the Engineer will thereupon inspect the work. If the work is
       not found satisfactory, the Engineer may require further cleaning and repairing and when
       these are completed will again inspect the work. In no case will the final payment be made
       until the Contractor has complied with all the requirements set forth and the Engineer has
       made his final inspection of the entire work and is satisfied that the entire work is properly
       and satisfactorily constructed in accordance with the plans and specifications and contract,
       and that such work is ready for his final inspection and acceptance by the Utility (see Section
       1.5.2 - of the Standard Specifications).

       Note: The routing of all punch lists on items that remain needing attention shall be between
       the Engineer and the Contractor or his authorized project coordinator.

XIII. PROTECTION AND RESTORATION OF PROPERTY

       A.     UNDERGROUND

              The Contractor shall protect, repair and restore any underground drain lines, conduit,
              culverts, etc., encountered in the progress of the work and shall be responsible for the
              protection and replacing of any utilities encountered or damaged during construction,
              at no cost to the Utility. The Contractor shall also restore any septic system drain
              lines or field tiles encountered in the progress of the work and shall use watertight
              joints on the replaced drain lines when directed to do so by the Engineer. The cost of
              this work shall be included in the unit bid and contract price for water main, and no
              extra payment will be made therefore.

       B.     SURVEY CORNERS AND ABOVE SURFACE OBSTRUCTIONS

              The Contractor while on this job, will be solely responsible for the protection and/or
              replacement of all survey corners which exist throughout the area. These corners will
              be located and marked by the Engineering Department of the City of Oak Creek
              upon request by the Contractor prior to commencing his work. Any such damaged
              corners shall be replaced by the City and the amount deducted from the contract
              payment.

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             The Contractor shall protect, repair and replace any mailboxes, fences, signs or other
             structures damaged or displaced in the progress of the work.

XIV. TIME OF COMPLETION

      The starting date for work under this contract shall be at the discretion of the Contractor,
      subject to:

      A.     Preconstruction meeting as arranged by the Utility Engineer.

      B.     Issuance of the Notice to Proceed by the Utility Engineer.

      C.     Construction of the transmission main between Stations 74+89 to 75+94, and must
             be completed between April 1, 2008, and April 15, 2008.

      D.     Construction of the transmission main must be completed by August 30, 2008.

      E.     Construction of the transmission main including final restoration between Stations
             75+94 to 96+66 must be completed before October 1, 2008.

      F.     Construction of the raw water main project including final restoration of pavement,
             topsoil, seed, and mulch between stations 11+29 to 42+28 must be completed before
             October 1, 2008.

      G.     Connection to the existing raw water main at the water treatment facility cannot be
             made prior to October15, 2008. Final restoration of the connection location must be
             completed before November 10, 2008.

      H.     Approval of the construction plans by the State Department of Natural Resources
             prior to commencing construction.

      It shall be understood by the Contractor that the date of starting construction and the date of
      completion of the work to be done hereunder are ESSENTIAL CONDITIONS of this con-
      tract, and it is further understood and agreed that the work shall be commenced as
      aforementioned.

      The Contractor agrees that the work shall be pursued regularly, diligently, and
      uninterruptedly at such rate of progress as will assure completion of the work on the dates as
      stated in the proposal.

XV.   EXTENSIONS OF TIME

      Extensions of time may be allowed by the Utility for reasonable delays due exclusively to
      causes beyond the control and without the fault of the Contractor including but not restricted
      to extra work or supplemental contract work added to the original contract, fires, strikes,

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    unusual floods, accidents and unreasonable delays in receiving ordered materials and
    equipment. It should be understood by the Contractor that rain events occur and fluctuate
    from year to year and shall not be considered cause for a time extensions. Additionally a
    portion of this project will involve work an existing floodplain. The Contractor should
    recognize the possibility of a flooded condition. The Utility has indicated winter construction
    to minimize the effect of the floodplain.

    All requests for extensions of time shall be presented in writing to the Utility Engineer
    within ten calendar days after the occurrence of the claimed delay, accompanied by all
    necessary supporting data, and, if based on valid grounds will be considered by the Utility
    and such extensions of time shall be granted as may seem to be fair and reasonable.
    However, no claims will be considered when based on delays caused by conditions existing
    at the time bids were received and of which the Contractor might be reasonably expected to
    have knowledge at the time of bidding, or upon delays caused by failure on the part of the
    Contractor to anticipate properly the requirements of the work contracted for as to the
    securing of needed materials, labor and equipment.

XVI. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES

    When specific portions of the work embraced in the contract is not completed within the
    times stated in the Detail Specifications (Section XIV)for the water main construction,
    and/or for the entire work, including testing, flushing, and surface restoration, as stated, and
    within such extra time as may be allowed by extensions, the Contractor shall pay to the Oak
    Creek Water & Sewer Utility the following sum for each and every calendar day that the
    time consumed in final completion exceeds the time allowed therefore, plus the engineering
    and inspection costs incurred during the time used beyond the allowed time:

             Original Contract Amount                 Daily Charge
       From More Than           To and Including        Calendar Day
               $0                   $50,000                $125.00
            $50,000                 $100,000               $175.00
           $100,000                 $300,000               $225.00
           $300,000                 $500,000               $375.00
           $500,000                $1,000,000              $475.00
          $1,000,000               $1,500,000              $750.00
          $1,500,000               $2,000,000             $1,125.00
          $2,000,000               $2,500,000             $1,400.00
          $2,500,000                   ---                $1,550.00



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     Completion of the work under this contract on the specified time schedules is necessary and
     vital to the Utility. Failure to complete the project on or before specified dates will result in
     loss of revenues, loss of timely use of the proposed facilities, delays, and possibly inflated
     costs for related or subsequent improvement installations, detrimental to the economic
     development of the City and Utility, as well as the additional cost of engineering expenses
     which will be required to be paid by the Utility.

     Said sum in view of the difficulty of accurately ascertaining the loss which the Utility will
     suffer by reason of delay in completion is hereby fixed and agreed by the parties hereto as
     the liquidated damages that will be suffered by reason of such delay, and not as a penalty.
     The Utility will deduct and retain out of the monies which may become due hereunder, the
     amount of any such liquidated damages and in case the amount which may become due
     hereunder shall be less than the amount of liquidated damages suffered, the Contractor shall
     be liable to pay the difference upon demand by the Utility.

XVII. PROPOSAL ITEMS

     Special note to the bidder and successful contractor

     Contractor will be allowed to work only while there is an Inspector at the site at any or all
     times and the Contractor must notify the Utility Engineer prior to commencing with any of
     the work specified for this project (i.e., excavation, shoring, sheathing, bedding, laying pipe,
     backfilling, clean-up, etc.) An Inspector will be provided to the Contractor by the Utility at
     no cost to the Contractor, except that inspection time shall be charged to the Contractor in
     addition to the specified liquidated damages after he has exceeded his time of completion
     (see Instructions to Bidders). If the Contractor requests to work on Sundays or declared
     Utility holidays, an Inspector will be provided but the Contractor must pay for the Inspector's
     wages for such work. A list of official holidays can be obtained from the City of Oak Creek
     Engineering Department.

     The bid price for each bid item shall include the furnishings of all materials, tools, labor, etc.
     It shall include saw cutting pavement full depth, execution disposition of surplus material,
     pipe laying, backfilling, sheeting, shoring, tunneling, auguring, dewatering, furnishing and
     installing of fittings, connecting to existing watermains disturbed or damaged by the
     Contractor's operation and clean-up, all as specified.

     The item numbers referred to below correspond to the item number in the proposal.
     Contractor shall refer to the items below for details of the work included.




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BID ITEMS FOR PROJECT 07104
Items 1-3 - Water Main

These items may differ only in size, material of pipe required, and the type of backfill, as
may be applicable. The unit bid and contract price for these items shall include saw cutting
the pavement full depth, the concrete or steel, ductile iron, or pvc water main, as specified,
together with all fittings, polyethylene wrap, etc., complete in place and ready to use. This
item shall include installation of tracer wire and test stations. The water main shall be placed
in the manner indicated in these Detail Specifications and shall conform to the Detail
Drawings included with these specifications. Type of backfill shall be as specified in the
construction plans.

The Utility will provide water main material between station 74+89 and station 75+94 as
outline in the specifications.

Item 4 - Hydrant Assembly

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and labor
to install hydrant lead, valve, hydrant, and backfill in accordance with the construction plans
and these Detail Specifications. This shall include installation of tracer wire test stations.
Backfill shall be as specified in the construction plans.

Item 5 - Connect to Existing Water Main

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all equipment, materials and labor
necessary to connect the proposed water main to the existing Concrete water main.

Item 6 – Flushing Station

The Unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and
labor to install the flushing station in accordance with the construction plans and detailed
specifications. The work for this item shall include but not be limited by the following:
        1.        Installation of 30”x30”x12” tangent outlet tee
        2.       All equipment, piping, and accessories within or attached to the station as
                 shown on the plan. This includes all buried piping, valves, and fittings as
                 shown on the flushing station detail.
        3.       Furnishing and installing of fill around structure and piping and grading of
                 site.
        4.       All pressure, conductivity, and disinfection requirements.

This item shall be paid on a lump sum basis.

Item 7 – Asphalt driveway restoration

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and labor
necessary for restoration of the existing pavement above the proposed transmission main

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according to the Unit Price as noted on the Bid Form, for the complete job as specified
herein, on the drawings and according to the permit requirements.

For all asphalt driveways, replacement shall be 3” of asphalt on 4” of ¾” T.B. base

Item 8 - Asphalt Binder and Surface –public roadway

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all labor, materials, and equipment
to construct the asphalt binder in place and ready for use. The work for this item shall
include but not be limited by the following:

•      Asphaltic material shall comply with the applicable provisions of the “State
       Specifications”, Section 401 and shall be asphalt cement PG 64-22 Superpave
       Type E-3, conforming to Subsection 401.3.4.
•      Binder course mixture shall be graded and mixed to comply with Superpave Type
       E-3, Subsection 407.3. Surface course mixture shall be graded and mixed to
       comply with Superpave Type E-3, Subsection 407.3
•      Tack coat, where directed by the Engineer
•      Existing pavement shall be saw cut to full depth
•      Valve box adjustments to finished grade
•      Submission of the mix design sheets at the pre-construction meeting, including
       the maximum specific gravity and target maximum density per the State
       Specifications
•      Nuclear density testing of the placed asphalt at random locations established by
       the field Inspector (Contractor to do the testing and provide Inspector with copies
       of the test reports)
•      Placement of lower level asphalt binder to 89.0% of target maximum density and
       upper level asphalt binder to 91.0% of target maximum density

This item shall be paid based on the contract unit price per the ton of asphalt surface
placed, as documented by delivery tickets, and as provided below.

Item 9 – Gravel / Shoulder restoration

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and labor
to restore gravel shoulder over the transmission main trench in accordance with the
construction plans and these Detail Specifications.

Item 10 – Topsoil, seed, mulch restoration

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and labor
to restore turf areas with topsoil seed and mulch above the transmission main trench in
accordance with the construction plans and these Detail Specifications.




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Item 11 – Install Owner Provided Material

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all equipment, materials and labor
necessary to install the owner provided material and connect to the proposed water main to
the existing ductile iron water main. This item shall include provide temporary water service
to properties on Ryan Road. This shall also include repair of any damaged lawn sprinkler
system components between station 75+24 and 76+40.

Item 12 – Curb and Gutter Restoration

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and labor
to restore damaged curb and gutter over the transmission main trench in accordance with the
construction plans and these Detail Specifications.

Item 13 – Traffic Control
The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and labor
required to install and maintain the traffic control plan and procedures in accordance with the
construction plans and these Detail Specifications.

Item 14 - Silt Fence

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all labor, materials and equipment
necessary to provide, install, maintain and remove the silt fence in the locations shown on
the construction plans and/or as directed by the Engineer, all in accordance with these Detail
Specifications and the pertinent State Specifications.

Payment shall be made on a lineal foot basis, as measured in the field, completed in place.

Item 15 – Inlet Protection

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all labor, materials and equipment
necessary to install and remove inlet protection in the location shown on the construction
plans and/or as directed by the Engineer, all in accordance with these Detail Specifications
and the pertinent State Specifications.

Item 16 – Triangular Silt Dikes

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all labor, materials, and equipment
necessary to provide, install, maintain, and remove each silt dikes in the locations shown on
the construction plans and/or as directed by the Engineer, all in accordance with these Detail
Specifications and the pertinent State Specifications.

Item 17 – Excavation and Removal of Contaminated Soil

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all labor, materials and equipment


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necessary to excavate, and remove contaminated soil from the project as directed by the
Engineer, all in accordance with these Detail Specifications and the pertinent State
Specifications. Costs for the excavation and transportation of contaminated soil will be paid
for per ton of contaminated soil removed as determined by weight tickets obtained from the
disposal facility. Disposal costs will be paid directly by the OWNER.

Item 18 – Removal of Contaminated Ground Water

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all labor, materials and equipment
necessary to remove contaminated ground water from the project as directed by the
Engineer, all in accordance with these Detail Specifications and the pertinent State
Specifications. Costs to pump, haul, and dispose of contaminated water will be paid for per
gallon of contaminated water removed as determined by disposal documentation.

Item 19 – Sod Lawn Restoration

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and labor
to restore turf areas with sod above the transmission main trench in accordance with the
construction plans and these Detail Specifications.


BID ITEMS FOR PROJECT 07105

Items 1-4- Water Main

These items may differ only in size, material of pipe required, and the type of backfill, as
may be applicable. The unit bid and contract price for these items shall include saw cutting
the pavement full depth, the concrete or steel, ductile iron, or pvc water main, as specified,
together with all fittings, polyethylene wrap, etc., complete in place and ready to use. This
item shall include installation of tracer wire and test stations. The water main shall be placed
in the manner indicated in these Detail Specifications and shall conform to the Detail
Drawings included with these specifications. Type of backfill shall be as specified in the
construction plans.

The Utility will provide water main material between station 74+89 and station 75+94 as
outline in the specifications.

Item 5 – 12” water main offsets

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all piping, fittings, materials,
equipment and labor to offset the 12” watermain in 5th Avenue in accordance with the
construction plans and these Detail Specifications. Backfill shall be as specified in the
construction plans.

Item 6 - Gate Valve


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The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include the valves, boxes, and valve box
adaptors as specified, all necessary fittings, and covers, complete in place and ready for use.
All valves shall open counterclockwise.

Item 7 and 8 –Air Vents

These items differ only in the type and size of air vent required. The unit bid and contract
price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and work necessary to furnish and
install the air vents complete in place and ready to use.

Item 9 – Flushing Station

The Unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and
labor to install the flushing station in accordance with the construction plans and detailed
specifications. The work for this item shall include but not be limited by the following:
        1.        Installation of 36”x36”x12” tangent outlet tee
        2.       All equipment, piping, valves, fittings and accessories within or attached
                 to the station as shown on the plan.
        3.       Furnishing and installing of fill around structure and piping and grading of
                 site.
        4.       All pressure, conductivity, and disinfection requirements.

This item shall be paid on a lump sum basis.

Items 10 -12 - Connect to Existing Water Main

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all equipment, materials and labor
necessary to connect the proposed water main to the existing Concrete water main. This shall
also include repair of any damaged water fountain system components on the water utility
property.

Item 13- Work in low lift building

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all equipment, materials and labor
necessary to install the proposed 4”water main inside the low lift pumping station according
to the plans and specifications. Lumps sum price shall include but is not limited to the
following:

•      Core drill pipe penetration and install link seal
•      4” diameter piping – pvc and copper
•      4” diameter transition between pvc and copper
•      4” diameter valve
•      4” cap
•      Pipe supports



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Item 14 – Asphalt driveway restoration

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and labor
necessary for restoration of the existing pavement above the proposed transmission main
according to the Unit Price as noted on the Bid Form, for the complete job as specified
herein, on the drawings and according to the permit requirements.

For all asphalt driveways, replacement shall be 3” of asphalt on 4” of ¾” T.B. base

Item 15 - Asphalt Binder and Surface –public roadway

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all labor, materials, and equipment
to construct the asphalt binder in place and ready for use. The work for this item shall
include but not be limited by the following:

•      Asphaltic material shall comply with the applicable provisions of the “State
       Specifications”, Section 401 and shall be asphalt cement PG 64-22 Superpave
       Type E-3, conforming to Subsection 401.3.4.
•      Binder course mixture shall be graded and mixed to comply with Superpave Type
       E-3, Subsection 407.3. Surface course mixture shall be graded and mixed to
       comply with Superpave Type E-3, Subsection 407.3
•      Tack coat, where directed by the Engineer
•      Existing pavement shall be saw cut to full depth
•      Valve box adjustments to finished grade
•      Submission of the mix design sheets at the pre-construction meeting, including
       the maximum specific gravity and target maximum density per the State
       Specifications
•      Nuclear density testing of the placed asphalt at random locations established by
       the field Inspector (Contractor to do the testing and provide Inspector with copies
       of the test reports)
•      Placement of lower level asphalt binder to 89.0% of target maximum density and
       upper level asphalt binder to 91.0% of target maximum density

This item shall be paid based on the contract unit price per the ton of asphalt surface
placed, as documented by delivery tickets, and as provided below.

Item 16 – Gravel / Shoulder restoration

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and labor
to restore gravel shoulder over the transmission main trench in accordance with the
construction plans and these Detail Specifications.

Item 17 – Topsoil, seed, mulch restoration

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and labor
to restore turf areas with topsoil seed and mulch above the transmission main trench in

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accordance with the construction plans and these Detail Specifications.

Item 18– Traffic Control
The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and labor
required to install and maintain the traffic control plan and procedures in accordance with the
construction plans and these Detail Specifications.

Item 19 - Silt Fence

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all labor, materials and equipment
necessary to provide, install, maintain and remove the silt fence in the locations shown on
the construction plans and/or as directed by the Engineer, all in accordance with these Detail
Specifications and the pertinent State Specifications.

Payment shall be made on a lineal foot basis, as measured in the field, completed in place.

Item 20 – Inlet Protection

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all labor, materials and equipment
necessary to install and remove inlet protection in the location shown on the construction
plans and/or as directed by the Engineer, all in accordance with these Detail Specifications
and the pertinent State Specifications.

Item 21 – Triangular Silt Dikes

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all labor, materials, and equipment
necessary to provide, install, maintain, and remove each silt dikes in the locations shown on
the construction plans and/or as directed by the Engineer, all in accordance with these Detail
Specifications and the pertinent State Specifications.

Item 22 - Erosion Mat

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all labor, materials and equipment
necessary to provide erosion mat in the locations on the construction plans and/or as directed
by the Engineer, all in accordance with these Detail Specifications and the pertinent State
Specifications.

Payment shall be made on a square yard basis, as measured in the field, completed in place.

Item 23 – Gravel Tracking Pad

The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all labor, materials and equipment
necessary to install and remove gravel tracking pad in the location shown on the construction
plans and/or as directed by the Engineer, all in accordance with these Detail Specifications
and the pertinent State Specifications.


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     ALTERNATE I BID ITEMS FOR PROJECT 07105

     Items 24 and 25 – Meter Pits

     The Unit bid and contract price for this item shall include all materials, equipment and
     labor to install the meter pit in accordance with the construction plans and detailed
     specifications. The work for this item shall include but not be limited by the following:
             1.       Installation of 36”x24” Reducers
             2.      24” Diameter Magnetic Flow meter and accessories
             3.      All equipment, piping, valves, fittings and accessories within or attached
                     to the pit as shown on the plan.
             3.      Furnishing and installing of fill around structure and piping and grading of
                     site.
             4.      All electrical work, pressure, conductivity, and disinfection requirements.
             5.      Concrete meter pit structure as specified
             6.      Electrical conduit inside meter pit shall be PVC coated rigid conduit and
                     shall extend 3’ outside of meter pit wall.
             7.      Underground conduit shall be PVC
             8.      Conduit shall be installed from the meter pit to within 4’ of the treatment
                     plant building wall and be capped.
             9.      2 – 1 ½” electrical conduits for low voltage, SCADA, and Alarm controls
                     shall be extended to 4’ of treatment plant wall and capped from inside
                     meter pits.

     This item shall be paid on a lump sum basis.

     Item 26 - Butterfly Valves

     The unit bid and contract price for this item shall include the valve, boxes, and valve box
     adaptors as specified, all necessary fittings, and covers, complete in place and ready for use.
     All valves shall open counterclockwise.


XVIII. ALLOWED EXTRAS

     A.     HYDRANT EXTENSION

            The Contractor, when directed by the Engineer to change hydrant extensions,
            which may not be provided for as a bid and contract item and not shown on the
            construction plans, shall be compensated in the amount of $300.00 per vertical
            foot, for such changes involving at least 1’.

     B.     IMPROVED FOUNDATION MATERIAL

            The Contractor, when directed by the Engineer will install additional bedding
            material to improve the pipe foundation. The area for potential improved

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                         foundation is between Station 32+50 and 42+28 on Project 07105. The additional
                         bedding material, which may not be provided for as a bid and contract item and
                         not shown on the construction plans, shall be compensated in the amount of
                         $20.00 per ton, for such changes involving at least 1’.



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DNR Closure Map - Southbound Tavern (SE Corner of Chicago Road & Ryan Road)
                          Construction photo of the existing
                          36” x 36” cross at the water
                          treatment facility




Connect to existing 36”
BFV with proposed 36”
raw water main

								
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