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					               VILLAGE OF ASHWAUBENON
                ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID


             BITUMINOUS PAVING CONTRACTORS

The Village of Ashwaubenon will accept sealed bids up to 2:00 p.m., CST
On Monday, April 5, 2010, in the office of the Village Clerk, in the Ashwaubenon
Village Hall, 2155 Holmgren Way, Ashwaubenon, WI 54304-4605.

Bituminous Paving & Planing Contract. Detailed specification and proposal
forms are on file and may be obtained at the office of the Village Engineer,
Ashwaubenon Village Hall, 2155 Holmgren Way Ashwaubenon, WI 54304-4605.
The Village of Ashwaubenon reserves the right to accept and/or reject any and all
proposals. Proposals will be opened and publicly read at 2:00 p.m., in the
Village Board Room on Monday, April 5, 2010. Each proposal must be accompanied by
a Bid Bond or Certified Check equivalent to 5% of the maximum proposal.
Contract shall be subject to Section 66.293 of the Wisconsin Statutes pertaining
to municipal wage scales. Please note, this contract contains work that is MISPLT
funded.


Dated at the Village of Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin, on this   12th day of March, 2010.




                                               BY:
                                                  STEVE BIRR
                                                  VILLAGE ENGINEER
                                                  VILLAGE OF ASHWAUBENON
                                   BID FORM AND PROPOSAL

                                                 FOR

                               BITUMINOUS PAVING & PLANING


                                  VILLAGE OF ASHWAUBENON
                                  BROWN COUNTY, WISCONSIN

Bids to be received until 2:00 p.m. CST, Monday, April 5, 2010.

TO:           Village of Ashwaubenon Board

ADDRESS:      Village of Ashwaubenon
              2155 Holmgren Way
              Ashwaubenon, WI 54304-4605

The undersigned, having familiarized himself with the local conditions affecting the cost of the work,
and having read and examined the Advertisement for bid, Instruction to Bidder’s, Special Provisions,
Prevailing Wage Rates, General Conditions, Description of Proposed Work, Bid Forms and Proposal,
Form of Contract, Forms of Bond, Specifications, hereby propose to do all the work called for in the
specifications and materials necessary for the full completion of said work in a workmanlike manner at
the sums, rates and unit prices for said work as follows:

                                   PLANING AND RESURFACE

ITEM NO. 1 “MILL AND RESURFACE”


   a) To furnish all labor, tools, and equipment necessary to partial depth mill approximately
      91,990 square yards to an average depth of 2.0 inches of asphaltic street surface without limits
      by enumeration, planing, scarifying, loading, including hauling and disposing of scarified
      material on lands outside of the Village limits and all other incidental thereto, as specified. See
      street quantity breakdown for exact street locations.


   b) To furnish all labor, materials, tools, and equipment necessary to provide approximately
      11,980 tons of E-0.3 mix design surface gradation. Work to include tack coating of existing
      binder course, milling existing binder coarse to allow full depth of surface matt at driveway
      aprons, any joint repair and saw cutting any area to be removed. The cost of tack coat, milling,
      etc. shall be included in the cost $/ton price. See street quantity breakdown for exact street
      locations.


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       Street       Start           End              Length (ft)

Bethany Place       Echo Lane       True Lane        840

Dorothy Lane        Echo Lane       Nova Lane        1,170

Patty Lane          Echo lane       Nova Lane        1,170

Nova Lane           Marlee Lane     Orrie Lane       1,090

Orlando Drive       Marlee Lane     Orrie Lane       1,135

Ridgecrest Trail    Hilltop Drive   Carefree Court   1,150

Woodmont Way        Shady Lane      Morris Avenue    2,440

Morris Avenue       Shady Lane      Balsam Way       900

North Road          Babcock Road    Buffalo Street   2,190

Babcock Drive       STH 172         North Road       470

Babcock Drive       STH 172         Rustic Way       3,400

West Marhill Road   Babcock Drive   west end         1,360

Parkview Drive      Holmgren Way    Allied Street    2,170

Carstensen Lane     Echo Lane       Marlee Lane      1,520

Carefree Court      All                              420

Bradbury Lane       Woodmont Way    Morris Avenue    980

Sweetwater Court    All                              310

Ledvina Street      All                              800

Ledvina Circle      All                              350

Dorn Drive          All                              930




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ITEM NO. 2 “1-INCH MILL AND RESURFACE”

a) To furnish all labor, tools, and equipment necessary to mill approximately 16,690 square
   yards of existing pavement, full depth, in place. Mill material shall be graded, rolled, and
   compacted prior to placement of new 1.0” pavement. All excess pulverized material shall be
   removed from the site. The cost of grading, rolling, compacting, and removing excess material
   shall be included in the cost $/ton price. See street quantity breakdown for exact street locations.

b) To furnish all labor, materials, tools, and equipment necessary to provide approximately 1,090 tons
   of E-0.3 mix design surface gradation. Work to include tack coating of existing binder course and
   sawcutting and removal for any joint repair. The cost of tack coat, joint repair, etc. shall be
   included in the cost $/ton price. See street quantity breakdown for exact street locations.

       Street                 Start                    End                  Length (ft)

Pilgrim Way                   Ridge Road               Cormier Road         2,510

Borvan Avenue                 Holmgren Way             Dove Street          1,640



ITEM NO. 3 “MISCELLANEOUS PREPARATION”

a) To furnish all labor, tools, and equipment necessary for misc. excavation for base preparation for
   approximately 200 cubic yards.



      BITUMINOUS PAVING - QUANTITY BREAKDOWNS - 2010


                                      2-INCH MILL & RESURFACE

                                                             SQUARE  E-0.3         E-0.3        E-1
                                                             YARDS BINDER        SURFACE     BINDER

BETHANY PLACE                                 840’ X   33’   3,080                  400

DOROTHY LANE                                  1,170’ X 33’   4,290                  560

PATTY LANE                                    1,170’ X 33’   4,290                  560

NOVA LANE                                     1,090’ X 33’   4,000                  520

ORLANDO DRIVE                                 1,135’ X 33’   4,170                  545


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                                            SQUARE  E-0.3          E-0.3        E-1
                                            YARDS BINDER          SURFACE     BINDER

RIDGECREST TRAIL    1,150’ X 33’            4,220                  550

WOODMONT WAY        2,440’ X 33’            8,950                  1,165

MORRIS AVENUE       900’ X 33’              3,300                  430

NORTH ROAD          2,190’ X 33’            8,030                  1,045

BABCOCK DRIVE       470’ X 33’              1,730                  225

BABCOCK DRIVE       3,400’ X 33’            12,500                 1,625

WEST MARHILL ROAD   1,360’ X 33’            5,000                  650

PARKVIEW DRIVE      2,170’ X 37’            8,930                  1,160

CARSTENSEN LANE     1,520’ X 33’            5,580                  725

CAREFREE COURT      420’ X 33’              1,540                  200

BRADBURY LANE       980’ X 33’              3,600                  470

SWEETWATER COURT    310’ X 33’              1,140                  150

LEDVINA STREET      800’ X 33’              2,940                  385

LEDVINA CIRCLE      350’ X 33’              1,290                  170

DORN DRIVE          930’ X 33’           3,410                 445
                    ________________________________________________________

                            826,915 sq ft     91,990 sq yd         11,980 T




                       1-INCH MILL AND RESURFACE

                                            SQUARE        E-0.3      E-0.3        E-1
                                            YARDS       BINDER     SURFACE     BINDER

BORVAN STREET               1,640’ X 41’    7,480                   490

PILGRIM WAY                 2,510’ X 33’    9,210                  600


                           150,070 sq ft    16,690 SY              1,090 T

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                                         GENERAL NOTES

1. All manholes will be adjusted by Village crews.

2. All asphaltic paving shall be removed during the planing phase of the project.




                                       BID SUMMARY

            2010 BITUMINOUS PAVING & MILLING CONTRACT TOTALS


     1a. 91,990 Sq.Yd. Milled                               x $ _____   Sq.Yd.      = $_________
      b. 11,980 Tons E-0.3 Surface gradation                x $ _____   Ton         = $_________
     2a. 16,690 Sq.Yd. Milled                               x $ _____   Sq.Yd.      = $_________
      b. 1,090 Tons E-0.3 Surface gradation                 x $ _____   Ton         = $_________
     3a. 200 Cu.Yd. Miscellaneous Excavation                x $ _____   Cu.Yd.      = $_________



                                                             TOTAL OF ITEMS $ ___________




If awarded the contract, I will start work on ______________________and will complete this contract
in _____________consecutive calendar days.


___________________________________            ___________________________________________
Signature                                      Name of Company




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ADDITIONS TO BIDDING REQUIREMENTS
1)   Bid Bond………………………………………………………………………………. PAGE 5

2)   Certificate of Owner’s Attorney…………………………………………..………….....PAGE 7

3)   Payment Bond………………………………….………………………………………..PAGE 8

4)   Performance Bond………………………………………………………………………PAGE 9

5)   Bonds and Insurance………………………………………………………………….…PAGE 10

6)   Special Provisions……………………………………………………..………………..PAGE 14

7)   Specifications…………………………………………………………..………………..PAGE 15

8)   Notice and Acceptance of Award………………….……………………………………PAGE 28




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1) BID BOND

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, that we, the undersigned, _________________________

________________________________as Principal, and _____________________________________

________________________________as Surety, are hereby held and firmly bound unto ___________

________________________________as OWNER in the penal sum of _________________________

for the payment of which, well and truly to be made, we hereby jointly and severally bind successors,
assigns, and ourselves.

Signed, this _________day of _______________________, 20______.

The Condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the Principal has submitted to
____________

_______________________ a certain BID, attached hereto and hereby made a part hereof to enter into
a contract in writing, for the

___________________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________________

NOW, THEREFORE,

       (a)      If said BID shall be rejected, or
       (b)      If said BID shall be accepted and the Principal shall execute and deliver a contract in the
                Form of Contract attached hereto (properly completed in accordance with said BID) and
                shall furnish a BOND for his faithful performance of said contract, and for the payment
                of all persons performing labor or furnishing materials in connection therewith, and shall
                in all other respects perform the agreement created by the acceptance of said BID,
then this obligation shall be void, otherwise the same shall remain in force and effect; it being expressly
understood that the liability of the Surety for any and all claims hereunder shall, in no event, exceed the
penal amount of this obligation as herein stated.

The Surety, for value received, hereby stipulates and agrees that the obligations of said Surety and its
BOND shall be in no way impaired or affected by an extension of the time within which the OWNER
may accept such BID; and said Surety does hereby waive notice of any such extension.

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BID BOND IS 5% OF CONTRACT.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Principal and the Surety have hereunto set their hands and seals, and
such of them as are corporations have caused their corporate seals to be hereto affixed and these
presents to be signed by their proper officers, the day and year first set forth above.




__________________________________________________(L.S.)
      Principal




__________________________________________________
      Surety




By:________________________________________________


- Surety companies executing BONDS must appear on the Treasury Department’s most current list
(Circular 570 amended) and be authorized to transact business in the state where the project is located.




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2) CERTIFICATE OF OWNER’S ATTORNEY

       I, the undersigned,___________________________________, the duly authorized and acting

legal representative of ______________________________________, do hereby certify as follows:


        I have examined the attached contract(s) and performance and payment bond(s) and the manner
of execution thereof, and I am of the opinion that each of the aforesaid agreements has been duly
executed by the proper parties thereto acting through their duly authorized representatives; that said
representatives have full power and authority to execute said agreements on behalf of the representative
parties names thereon; and that the foregoing agreements constitute valid and legally binding
obligations upon the parties executing the same in accordance with terms, conditions, and provisions
thereof.


_____________________________                                _____________________________
Date                                                         Name


NOTE: Delete phrase “performance and payment bonds” when not applicable.




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3) PAYMENT BOND

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:                     that

___________________________________________________________________________________
                                    (Name of Contractor)

___________________________________________________________________________________
                                    (Address of Contractor)

a __________________________________________________________________, hereinafter called
   (Corporation, Partnership or Individual)

Principal, and _______________________________________________________________________
                                       (Name of Surety)

hereinafter called Surety, are held and firmly bound unto _____________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________
                                    (Name of Owner)

___________________________________________________________________________________
                                    (Address of Owner)

hereinafter called OWNER, in the penal sum of______________________________________Dollars,
($______________) in lawful money of the United States, for the payment of which sum well and
truley to be made, we bind ourselves, successors, and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these
presents.

THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION is such that whereas, the Principal entered into a certain
contract with the OWNER, dated the __________________day of _______________, 20_____, a
copy of which is hereto attached and made a part hereof for the construction of:
___________________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________________


NOW, THEREFORE, if the Principal shall promptly make payment to all persons, firms,
SUBCONTRACTORS, and corporations furnishing materials for or performing labor in the
prosecution of the WORK provided for in such contract, and any authorized extension or modification
thereof, including all amounts due for materials, lubricants, oil, gasoline, coal and coke, repairs on
machinery, equipment and tools, consumed or used in connection with the construction of such

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WORK, and all insurance premiums on said WORK, and for all labor performed in such WORK
whether by SUBCONTRACTOR or otherwise, then this obligation shall be void; otherwise to remain
in full force and effect.


4) PERFORMANCE BOND

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:                               that

___________________________________________________________________________________
                              (Name of Contractor)

___________________________________________________________________________________
                              (Address of Contractor)

a _______________________________________________________, hereinafter called Principal, and
   (Corporation, Partnership, or Individual)

___________________________________________________________________________________
                              (Name of Surety)

___________________________________________________________________________________
                                       (Address of Surety)
hereinafter called Surety, are held and firmly bound unto _____________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________
                              (Name of Owner

__________________________________________________________________________________
                                      (Address of Owner)
hereinafter called OWNER, in the penal sum of ______________________________________Dollars,
($__________________) in lawful money of the United States, for the payment of which sum well and
truly to be made, we bind ourselves, successors, and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these
presents.

THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION is such that whereas the Principal entered into a certain
contract with the OWNER, dated the _____________day of _______________________, 20______, a
copy of which is hereto attached and made a part hereof for the construction of:

___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________

NOW, THEREFORE, if the Principal shall well, truly and faithfully perform its duties, all the undertakings, covenants,
terms, conditions, and agreements of said contract during the original term thereof, and any extensions thereof which may be
granted by the OWNER, with or without notice to the Surety and during the one year guaranty period, and if he shall satisfy
all claims and demands incurred under such contract, and shall fully indemnify and save harmless the OWNER from all
costs and damages which it may suffer by reason of failure to do so, and shall reimburse and repay the OWNER all outlay


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and expense which the OWNER may incur in making good any default, then this obligation shall be void; otherwise to
remain in full force and effect.




5) BONDS AND INSURANCE

A. PERFORMANCE AND OTHER BONDS

  1. CONTRACTOR shall furnish performance and payment Bonds, each in amount at least equal to
  the Contract Price as security for the faithful performance and payment of all CONTRACTOR’S
  obligations under the Contract Documents. These Bonds shall remain in force for a minimum of one
  year after the established date of substantial completion. CONTRACTOR also furnishes such other
  Bonds as are required by the Supplementary Conditions. All Bonds shall be in the forms prescribed
  by the bidding documents or Supplementary Conditions and be secured by such Sureties as;

    a. Are licensed to conduct business in the state where the Project is located

    b. Are named in the current list of “Companies Holding Certificates of Authority as Acceptable
    Sureties on Federal Bonds and as Acceptable Reinsuring Companies” as published in Circular 570
    (amended) by the Audit Staff Bureau of Accounts, U.S. Treasury Department.

  A certified copy of the authority to act must accompany all Bonds signed by an agent.

  2. If the Surety on any Bond furnished by CONTRACTOR is declared a bankrupt or becomes
  insolvent or its right to do business is terminated in any state where any part of the Project is located
  or it ceases to meet the requirements of clauses a and b of section A1, CONTRACTOR shall within
  five days thereafter substitute another Bond and Surety, both of which shall be acceptable to
  OWNER.

B. CONTRACTORS LIABILITY INSURANCE

  1. CONTRACTOR shall purchase and maintain such comprehensive general liability and other
  insurance as will provide protection from claims set forth below which may arise out of or result from
  CONTRACTOR’S performance of the Work and CONTRACTOR’S other obligations under the
  Contract Documents, whether such performance is by CONTRACTOR, by any Subcontractor, by
  anyone directly or indirectly employed by any of them, or by anyone for whose acts any of them may
  be liable:

    a. Claims under workers or workmen’s compensation, disability benefits, and other similar
    employee benefits acts;

    b. Claims for damages because of bodily injury, occupational sickness or disease, or death of
    CONTRACTOR’S employees;

    c. Claims for damages because of bodily injury, sickness or disease, or death of any person other
    than CONTRACTOR’S employees;

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   d. Claims for damages insured by personal injury liability coverage which are sustained;


     1. By any person as a result of an offense directly or indirectly to the employment of such person
     by CONTRACTOR

     2. By any other person for any other reason

   e. Claims for damages, other than to the Work itself, because of injury to or destruction of tangible
   property, including loss of use resulting therefrom; and

   f. Claims for damages because of bodily injury or death or any person or property damage arising
   out of the ownership, maintenance or use of any motor vehicle.

The insurance required by this section, Contractor’s Liability Insurance, shall include the specific
coverage’s and be written for not less than the limits of liability and coverage’s provided in the
Supplementary Conditions, or required by law, whichever is greater. The comprehensive general
liability insurance shall include completed operations insurance. All such increase shall contain a
provision that the coverage afforded will not be canceled, materially changed or renewal refused until
 at least thirty days prior written notice has been given to OWNER and ENGINEER/ARCHITECT.
 All such insurance shall remain in effect until final payment and at all times thereafter when
CONTRACTOR may be correcting, removing or replacing defective Work. In addition,
CONTRACTOR shall maintain such completed operations insurance for at least two years after final
payment and furnish OWNER with evidence of continuation of such insurance at final payment and
one year thereafter.

C. CONTRACTUAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

 1. The comprehensive general liability insurance required by section B, Contractor’s Liability
 Insurance, will include contractual liability insurance applicable to CONTRACTOR’S obligations.

D. OWNER’S LIABILITY INSURANCE

 1. OWNER shall be responsible for purchasing and maintaining his own liability insurance and, at
 his option, may purchase and maintain such insurance as will protect OWNER against claims which
 may arise from operations under the Contract Documents.

E. PROPERTY INSURANCE

 1. Unless otherwise provided in the Supplementary Conditions, OWNER shall purchase and
 maintain property insurance upon the Work at the site to the full insurable value thereof (subject to
 such deductible amounts as may be provided in the Supplementary Conditions or required by law).
 This insurance shall include the interests of OWNER, CONTRACTOR and Subcontractors in the
 Work, shall insure against the perils of fire and extended coverage and shall include “all risk”
 insurance for physical loss and damage including theft, vandalism and malicious mischief, collapse
 and water damage, and such other perils as may be provided in the Supplementary Conditions, and
 shall include damages, losses and expenses arising out of or resulting from any insured loss or

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 incurred in the repair or replacement of any insured property (including fees and charges of engineers,
 architects, attorneys and other professionals). If not covered under the “all risk” insurance or
 otherwise provided in the Supplementary Conditions, CONTRACTOR shall purchase and maintain
 similar property insurance on portions of the Work stored on and off the site or in transit when such
 portions of the work are to be included in an Application for Payment. The policies of insurance
 required to be purchased and maintained by OWNER in accordance with this section shall contain a
 provision that the coverage afforded will not be canceled or materially changed until at least thirty
 days’ prior written notice has been given to CONTRACTOR.

 2. OWNER shall purchase and maintain such boiler and machinery insurance as may be required by
 the Supplementary Conditions or by law. This insurance shall include the interests of OWNER,
 CONTRACTOR, and Subcontractors in the Work.

 3. OWNER shall not be responsible for purchasing and maintaining any property insurance to protect
 the interests of CONTRACTOR or Subcontractors in the Work to the extent of any deductible
 amounts that are provided in the Supplementary Conditions. The risk of loss within the deductible
 amount will be borne by CONTRACTOR. Subcontractor or others suffering any such loss and if any
 of them wishes property insurance coverage within the limits of such amounts, each may purchase
 and maintain it at the purchaser’s own expense.

 4. If CONTRACTOR requests in writing that other special insurance be included in the property
 insurance policy, OWNER shall, if possible, include such insurance, and the cost thereof shall be
 charged to CONTRACTOR by appropriate Change Order. Prior to commencement of the Work at
 the site, OWNER will in writing advise CONTRACTOR whether or not OWNER has procured such
 other insurance.

F. WAIVER OF RIGHTS

 1. OWNER and CONTRACTOR waive all rights against each other and the Subcontractors and their
 agents and employees and against ENGINEER/ARCHITECT and separate contractors (if any) and
 their subcontractors’ agents and employees, for damages caused by fire or other perils to the extent
 covered by insurance provided under section E, Property Insurance, or any other property insurance
 applicable to the Work, except such rights as they may have to the proceeds of such insurance held by
 OWNER as trustee. OWNER shall require similar written waivers by ENGINEER/ARCHITECT and
 from each separate contractor, and CONTRACTOR shall require similar written waivers from each
 Subcontractor, each such waiver will be in favor of all other parties enumerated in this paragraph

G. RECEIPT AND APPLICATION OF PROCEEDS

 1. Any insured loss under the policies of insurance required by section E, Property Insurance, shall be
 adjusted with OWNER and made payable to OWNER as trustee for the insured, and their interests
 may appear, subject to the requirements of any applicable mortgage clause and of section G, Receipt
 and Application of Proceeds, OWNER shall deposit in a separate account any money so received, and
 he shall distribute it in accordance with such agreement as the parties in interest may reach. If no
 other special agreement is reached, the damaged Work shall be repaired or replaced, the moneys so
 received applied on account thereof and the Work and the cost thereof covered by an appropriate
 Change Order.

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 2. OWNER as trustee shall have power to adjust and settle any loss with the insurance unless one of
 the parties in interest shall object in writing within fifteen days after the occurrence of loss to
 OWNER’S exercise of this power. If such obligation be made, OWNER as trustee shall make
 settlement with the insurers in accordance with such agreement as the parties in interest may reach. If
 required in writing by any party in interest, OWNER as trustee shall upon the occurrence of an
 insured loss, give bond for the proper performance of his duties.

H. ACCEPTANCE OF INSURANCE

 1. If OWNER has any objection to the coverage afforded by or other provisions of the insurance
 required to be purchased and maintain by CONTRACTOR in accordance with section B, Contractor’s
 Liability Insurance, and section C, Contractual Liability Insurance, on the basis of its not complying
 with the Contract Documents, OWNER will notify CONTRACTOR in writing thereof within ten
 days of the date of delivery of such certificates to OWNER. If CONTRACTOR has any objection to
 the coverage afforded by other provisions of the policies of insurance required to be purchased and
 maintained by OWNER in accordance with section E, Property Insurance, on the basis of their not
 complying with the Contract Documents, CONTRACTOR will notify OWNER in writing thereof
 within ten days of the date of delivery of such certificates to CONTRACTOR. OWNER and
 CONTRACTOR will each provide to the other such additional information in respect of insurance
 provided by him as the other may reasonably request. Failure by OWNER or CONTRACTOR to
 give any such notice of objection within the time provided shall constitute acceptance of such
 insurance purchased by the other as complying with the Contract Documents.

I. PARTIAL UTILIZATION – PROPERTY INSURANCE

 1. If OWNER finds it necessary to occupy or use a portion or portions of the Work prior to
 Substantial Completion of all the Work, such use or occupancy may be accomplished, provided that
 no such use or occupancy shall commence before the insurers providing the property insurance have
 acknowledged notice thereof and in writing effected the changes in coverage necessitated thereby.
 The insurers providing the property insurance shall consent by endorsement on the policy or policies,
 but the property insurance shall not be canceled or lapse on account of any such partial use or
 occupancy.




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6) SPECIAL PROVISIONS

LIMITS OF LIABILITY

A. The limits of liability for the insurance required shall provide coverage for not less than the
   following amounts or greater where required by Laws and Regulations:
       1.     Workers’ Compensation and related overages
              a.       State                                                                 Statutory
              b.       Applicable Federal (e.g., Longshoreman’s)                             Statutory
              c.       Employer’s Liability
                       1)       Each Incident                                                $500,000
                       2)       Policy Limit                                                 $1,000,000
                       3)       Each Employee                                                $500,000

       2.      Contractor’s General Liability which shall include completed operations and product
               liability coverage and eliminate the exclusion with respect to property under care,
               custody, and control of Contractor:
               a.       General Aggregate                                                  $1,000,000
               b.       Products – Complete Operations Aggregate                           $1,000,000
               c.       Personal and Advertising Injury                                    $1,000,000
               d.       Each occurrence (Bodily Injury and Property Damage)                $1,000,000
               e.       Fire Damage (Any One Fire)                                         $1,000,000
               f.       Medical Expense (Any One Person)                                   $1,000,000
               g.       Property Damage liability insurance will provide Explosion, Collapse, and
                        Underground Coverage where applicable.
               h.       Excess or Umbrella Liability:
                        1)     General Aggregate                                           $2,000,000
                        2)     Each Occurrence                                             $2,000,000

       3.      Automobile Liability
               a.   Combined Single Limit (Bodily Injury and Property Damage)              $1,000,000

       4.      The Contractual Liability coverage required shall be provided as part of the Contractor’s
               General Liability Coverage.

       5.      The Contractor shall include the Owner, Village of Ashwaubenon, by endorsement as
               additional insured.




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7) SPECIFICATIONS

ASPHALTIC PAVEMENTS

A. GENERAL

 1. This work shall consist of the preparation of mixture for asphaltic lower and upper layers, the
 construction of said layers for new streets, and the resurfacing and patching of old streets in
 accordance with the requirements specified herein and in conformity with the lines, grades,
 thicknesses, and typical cross-sections shown on the plans, specified by the contract, or directed by
 the Village Engineer or Street Superintendent.

 2. The Contractor shall notify the Village Engineer or Street Superintendent when paving or milling
 operations are going to take place. Said notice of paving or milling operations shall be given at least
 24 hours prior to the beginning or resumption of paving or milling operations.

 3. The Contractor shall be responsible for and maintain the work during the several stages of
 construction and until the acceptance thereof. Such maintenance shall include protection and repair
 of the foundation, tack coat, and upper and lower layers. Any rich or bleeding areas and any breaks,
 ravel spots, or other unsatisfactory areas shall be corrected during such maintenance period.

 4. Streets in and adjacent to the construction area must be kept clean. Any street cleaning required to
 be done by the Village of Ashwaubenon due to work under this contract will be billed to the
 contractor at a rate of $100 per hour.

B. BITUMINOUS PLANT AND EQUIPMENT

 1. The asphaltic plant and equipment shall comply with the requirements of Section 405, of the
 Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction of the State of Wisconsin, Department of
 Transportation, Division of Highways, Latest Edition, including the latest edition of Supplemental
 Specifications, except as modified herein.

 2. Projects of 10,000 ton or more of asphaltic mixture shall meet the same and only the same
 requirements and specifications of small projects with regard to asphaltic plants and equipment.

C. PREPARATION OF MIXES

 1. The preparation of all types of central plant mixed asphaltic binder and surface courses and
 pavements shall comply with the requirements of the following Sections and Subsections of the
 Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction of the State of Wisconsin, Department of
 Transportation, Division of Highways, Latest Edition, except as modified herein or in the Special
 Provisions of the contract:

 401. Materials for Asphaltic Mixtures and Surface Treatments

 2. 407 Asphaltic Concrete Pavement

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    The Contractor shall provide an E-0.3, E-1 or Superpave mix design (as applicable) for the Village
 Engineer’s approval on each type of mix to be used, prior to the first paving operation on each
 contract. The proper WDOT approved mix design shall be completed and submitted to the Village
 for approval at the Contractor’s expense. The Contractor shall notify the Village whenever an
 aggregate source is changed and provide a new mix design. The cost of the mix design shall be
 incidental to and included in the unit price bid.

 3. After the mix design is established and approved by the Village Engineer, all mixtures furnished
 for the work shall conform thereto within the following percentage tolerances unless otherwise
 approved by the Village Engineer. The aggregate for asphaltic surfaces and pavements, including
 mineral filler when and as required for the specific type, shall conform to the following gradation and
 physical requirements as shown in Exhibit A. This document hereby incorporates the Standard
 Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, Latest Edition, as published by the State of
 Wisconsin, Department of Transportation, Division of Highways, including the latest edition of
 Supplemental Specifications:

 4. 405.3.7 Transportation and Delivery of Mixes.

 Loads that do no meet the minimum temperature specifications will not be allowed for use nor will
 they be allowed to be reheated and returned to the site.

D. CONSTRUCTION METHODS

 1. PAVEMENT MILLING

    The nature and condition of the milling equipment and the manner of performance of the work
 shall be such that the finished milled surface of the pavement is not torn, gouged, shoved, broken, oil
 coated, or otherwise injured by the milling operation.

   a. Milling Machine and Equipment

      The milling machine to be used in this contract shall be designed and built for cold milling
   work, shall be self-propelled, and shall have a means of milling the old pavement surface. A dust
   suppression system and an automatic grade and slope control system must be part of the
   equipment. The drum patterns shall permit a grooved surface finish as selected by the Village
   Engineer and the drum shall be totally enclosed to prevent discharge of any loosened material on
   adjacent work areas. Smaller machines may be used for auxiliary purposes only.

      1. The milling operation shall provide for windrowing of cuttings, pick up and elevating into
      dump trucks, all in a single lane operation. Use of front-end loaders as the primary means of
      pick up will not be allowed. Side loading of dump trucks will not be permitted.

      2. The cold milling machine shall have adequate power to force the cutting edge(s) of the drum
      teeth to the two (2) inch depth below the surface of the pavement without causing undue
      irregularities in the surface of the milled pavement.


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   3. The milling machine shall be so designed and constructed that it is capable of cutting to the
   specified distance from all curbs, inlets, manholes or other similar obstructions within the paved
   area.

b. Milling (leveling).

    In all areas designated for milling (leveling), sufficient passes, or cuts, shall be made such that
all irregularities or high spots are eliminated to the satisfaction of the Village Engineer. The
milling shall provide a smooth profile and cross section whenever possible.

c. Disposal of Cuttings.

   The Contractor shall load cuttings on dump trucks provided by the Contractor. All materials
removed by the milling machine will be the property of the Contractor. The Village may request
up to 10 truck loads of millings for Village use. The Village would provide trucks should such
request be made during the milling process.

d. Cleanup.

   Cleanup shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.

e. Intersecting Streets.

   The Contractor shall mill straight through all intersections or around the curb radius as directed
by the Village Engineer. At selected intersections, the cross street shall be milled the total width of
the street.

f. Transporting Equipment.

    All equipment used by the Contractor having metal tracks shall not be driven over Village
streets other than those streets being milled. Such equipment must be transported from one milling
area to the next area to be milled.

g. Dust Control.

   Adequate precaution shall be taken to ensure that excessive dust does not become airborne
during construction. Additional water may be requested at any time by the Village Engineer to
assure dust control. No separate payment will be made for performing dust control or for applying
water for this purpose.

h. Traffic Control

   All traffic control devices required for the pavement milling are the responsibility of the
Contractor. The Contractor shall coordinate with the Street Department to ensure that all traffic
control is in place prior to beginning his operation. It is understood that the Contractor shall
approve placement of all traffic control devices.


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  i. Utility Manholes and Valves

    The Contractor shall mill around manholes and utility valves within the limits of the work.
  This work must be done during or after milling work on the streets involved. Any damage to
  manholes or valves by the milling operation shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to correct.
  The Village shall do all adjustments of manholes and valves in the milling area.

2. PAVEMENT PULVERIZING

   This term consists of the cold recycling of asphaltic pavements designated on the plans. Work
under this item shall include scarifying, pulverizing, crushing, redistributing, blending, shaping,
rolling and compacting of recrushed aggregate material to proper elevation and slope along the
designated pavements.

  a. Material obtained from the recycling shall be combined with the base course for the pavement
  to be placed under this project. Contractor shall be responsible for intermixing of materials to
  prevent aggregate segregation with approval of surface texture, cross slope and compaction by the
  Village Engineer. Contractor will be required to move high areas of recrushed material into low
  areas and redistribute materials as necessary to construct pavements as shown on cross sections.

  b. Contractor may crush existing asphaltic surface in place or may remove material to a central
  crusher. Equipment used for crushing in place shall be an approved rotary reduction machine,
  having positive depth and control adjustments in increments of 1/2 inch and capable of reducing
  material which is at least 6 inches in thickness. Machine shall be of a type designed specifically
  for reduction in size of pavement material in place, drums shall be enclosed. Rate of forward
  speed must be positively controlled in order to insure consistent size of reduced material.
  Crushing equipment shall meet approval of the Village Engineer.

  c. Regardless of method or equipment used to pulverize or crush existing pavement, aggregate
  material shall be reduced to a maximum aggregate 2-inch size. A tolerance of 2% by weight, in
  excess of the maximum will be allowed. Recyclable material that the contractor cannot reduce to
  an acceptable size, shall be removed from site along with excess material.

  d. Compaction:

     Contractor shall prepare a test section of at least 300 square yards. Initial compaction
  equipment shall be a vibratory roller capable of exerting a minimum total force of 450 lb. per
  linear inch of roller drum. Water shall be added as necessary to achieve specified density.
  Compaction of test section shall continue until no discernible increase in density can be obtained
  by additional rolling. Upon completion of compaction, test section shall be fine graded and
  recompacted. Contractor shall proof roll test section. Any area of this section that fails shall be
  removed. A new test section may be ordered by the Village Engineer or requested by Contractor
  when:

     1. A change of material is made.


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     2. There is reason to believe that test section density is not representative of the material being
     placed.

     3. Construction of test sections shall be incidental to the item of contract.

  e. The item “Recycle Existing Asphaltic Surface” shall be measured by the square yard, based on
  the actual quantity of work performed as ordered by the Engineer.

  f. The completed work, including pulverizing, grading, shaping, mixing and compacting, shall be
  paid for at the contract unit price.

3. PREPARATION OF FOUNDATION AND TACK COAT:

   This work shall be constructed in the manner and in accordance with the following Subsections of
the Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction of the State of Wisconsin, Department
of Transportation, Division of Highways, Latest Edition, including the latest edition of Supplemental
Specifications, except as modified herein or in the Special Provisions of the contract:

211.4.5 Foundation for Asphaltic Surfacing

402.3 Equipment

402.4.4 Heating and Applying Asphaltic Materials

  a. The Contractor shall be required to apply tack coat to all existing surfaces to be patched or
  resurfaced.

  b. The application of the tack coat shall not precede the work of placing the subsequent surface
  course to such an extent that the primed surface will be injured during such interim. Tack coat
  shall be applied only during daylight hours and when the air temperature is 40 degrees F. or more,
  and when the previously prepared surface is dry and reasonably free of loose dirt, dust or other
  foreign matter. It shall not be applied when the weather or roadbed conditions are unfavorable or
  when it appears probable that the material may be exposed to rains during the penetration period.
  The rate at which the tack coat is to be applied is to be approved by the Village Engineer, as well
  as the class, type, and grade of tack coat.

     c. The cost of furnishing and applying the tack coat shall be considered incidental and included
        in the price of the asphaltic base, binder, or surface course mixture.

4. ASPHALTIC CONCRETE PAVEMENTS

   This work shall be constructed in the manner and in accordance with the following subsections of
the Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction of the State of Wisconsin, Department
of Transportation, Division of Highways, Latest Edition, including the latest edition of Supplemental
Specifications, except as modified herein or in the ‘Special Provisions’ of the contract:



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405.3.6.1 General

405.3.6 Preparation and Holding of Asphaltic Mixtures

405.3.7 Transportation and Delivery of Mixtures

405.3.8 Correcting Sags and Depressions

405.3.9 Spreading and Finishing

405.3.12 Joints

405.3.13 Surface Requirements

  a. The work shall be constructed in the manner and in accordance with the methods herein
  prescribed, and to the width and section shown on the plans or specified in the contract.

  b. Village will remove surplus material and rough grade newly constructed streets to correct
  elevation. Contractor will fine grade the base to final elevation. Contractor shall use water and
  proper roller during the final grading procedure.

  c. Trucks delivering asphaltic material shall be tarped from the time they leave the asphalt plant
  until arrival to job site.

  d. Asphaltic mixture, which, in the judgment of the Engineer, is not sufficiently mixed or is
  defective in any manner, shall be rejected.

  e. Before placement of the asphalt, the Contractor shall remove the cover of each manhole. If the
  manhole casting has been knocked out of alignment during the grading phase, the Village Engineer
  or Street Superintendent shall be notified.

  f. Asphaltic mixture shall be laid only on a prepared, firm, and compacted base or foundation
  course, which is substantially surface-dry and free of loose and foreign material.

  g. Asphaltic mixture shall not be placed over frozen subgrade/base or where the roadbed
  underlying the foundation/base is temporarily unstable from the effects of frost heaving, pumping,
  or rutting under the action of equipment on a saturated subgrade, or any other reason. It shall also
  not be placed when it is raining, snowing or when the air temperature, approximately three feet
  above ground at the site of the work, in the shade and away from the effects of artificial heat, is
  less than 35 degrees F. Any mixture exposed to these before final rolling, which has (in the
  judgment of the Village Engineer) been adversely affected thereby, shall be removed and replaced
  at the Contractor's expense.

5. COMPACTION

   This work shall be constructed in the manner and in accordance with the following subsections of
the Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction of the State of Wisconsin, Department

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of Transportation, Division of Highways, Latest Edition, except as modified herein or in the Special
Provisions of the contract:


Section 403 Quality Management Program, Asphaltic Mixture

Section 407 Asphaltic Concrete Pavement

Section 405 Plant Mixed Asphaltic Bases and Pavements - General Requirements

  a. Rollers used on this work shall be steel-wheel self-propelled rollers of the three-wheel, tandem,
  or three-axle tandem types; dual-drum vibratory rollers. The final rolling shall always be done
  with a steel-wheel tandem or three-axle tandem roller.

  b. Vibratory rollers operated in the static mode shall not be used in lieu of a steel-wheel roller.
  However, static operation of such rollers to aid in compaction will be permitted in conjunction
  with the vibratory mode. Vibratory rollers shall not be operated in the dynamic or vibratory mode
  at speed in excess of 2-1/2 miles per hour or 220 feet per minute.

  c. Each roller, while the work is under way, shall be kept as nearly as practicable in continuous
  operation and the speed shall at all times be slow enough to avoid undue displacement of the
  mixture. The lead roll or drum shall be driven during the initial or breakdown pass. Unless
  otherwise directed, rolling shall begin at the sides and proceed longitudinally parallel to the road
  centerline, each trip overlapping the previous trip and progressing to the crown of the road. When
  paving in echelon or abutting a previously placed lane, the longitudinal joint shall be rolled first,
  followed by the regular rolling procedure. On super elevated curves the rolling shall begin at the
  low side and progress to the high side by overlapping of longitudinal trips parallel to the centerline.

  d. The entire surface shall be rolled until the compaction specified in Subsections 403 and 407 is
  achieved and until roller marks are eliminated to the extent practicable. Any scuffing or
  displacement occurring as a result of turning or reversing of the roller, or from any other cause,
  shall be corrected at once and the rolling procedure revised to eliminate such damage. To prevent
  adhesion of the mixture to the roller the wheels shall be kept properly moistened, but excess water
  will not be permitted. Care shall be exercised in rolling so as not to disturb the line and grade
  elevation of edges of the asphaltic surfacing.
  e. Along forms, curbs, headers and walls and at other places not accessible to the roller, the
  mixture shall be thoroughly compacted with hot hand tampers or with mechanical tampers giving
  equivalent compression. On depressed areas, a trench roller or other equipment approved by the
  engineer shall be employed.

  f. All rolling shall be accomplished during daylight unless artificial light, satisfactory to the
  Village Engineer, is provided. The surface of the mixture after compaction shall be smooth and
  true to the established crown and grade. Any mixture that becomes loose and broken, mixed with
  dirt, or is in any way defective shall be removed and replaced with fresh hot mixture, which shall
  be immediately compacted to conform to the surrounding area. Any area showing an excess of
  asphaltic material shall be removed and replaced.


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   E. TESTING AND ACCEPTANCE

 All asphaltic concrete pavement mix material quality control and testing shall comply with the
 provisions of Section 403 of the Standard Specifications for Highway and Structure Construction of
 the State of Wisconsin, Department of Transportation, Latest Edition, including the latest edition of
 Supplemental Specifications, except as modified herein. The Contractor will provide in-house
 quality control which documents the material provided from the permanent asphalt plant meets the
 project specifications. This documentation will include tests taken throughout the construction
 season. The Contractor will provide in-house quality control which documents the material provided
 by the permanent asphalt plant meets the project specifications. This documentation will include
 tests taken throughout the production at the permanent plant. This may include tests which were
 specifically taken only for the Village production. If the extraction and gradation test fails or the
 Owner detects a problem, additional tests may be required. The cost of this testing shall be incidental
 to and included in the unit price bid.

 A testing laboratory shall be agreed upon the Contractor and Village of Ashwaubenon prior to
 supplying asphalt concrete mix. The laboratory shall be certified to do the testing work required.

G. MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT

 1. MEASUREMENT

    Asphaltic surface, binder, and base course mixtures of the type or types included in the contract,
 shall be measured for payment by the ton of mixed aggregate and asphaltic material. The quantity
 measured for payment shall be the amount of material delivered to and incorporated in the accepted
 work. Deductions shall be made for any quantities that are wasted or are not actually incorporated in
 the work in accordance with the contract.

 2. PAYMENT

   a. Delivery tickets shall show the date and location where used. These delivery tickets shall be
   given to the Inspector daily, or if the Inspector is not available, the delivery tickets shall be given
   to the Engineering Office within two workdays after the material is delivered to the project area.
   Failure to provide these tickets in a timely manner may be cause to deny payment for the material.

   b. The quantity of asphaltic upper and lower layer, and base mixture of the type or types included
   in the contract, measured as provided above, will be paid for at the contract unit price per ton,
   which price shall be full compensation for furnishing and placing the prime coat; for furnishing,
   producing, crushing, screening, loading, transporting, placing, and compacting the upper or lower
   layer mixtures; for the maintenance of the work until completion and acceptance; and for all
   materials, labor, tools, equipment, and incidentals necessary to complete the work.




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CRUSHED AGGREGATE BASE COURSE

A. GENERAL

 1. This work shall consist of the preparation of mixture of aggregates for crushed aggregate
 basecourse and the construction of subgrade and shoulders for new streets in accordance with the
 requirements specified herein and in conformity with the lines, grades, thicknesses, and typical cross-
 sections shown on the plans, specified by the contract, or directed by the Village Engineer or Street
 Superintendent.

 2. The Contractor shall notify the Village Engineer or Street Superintendent when excavation or
 aggregate placement operations are going to take place. Said notice of excavation or aggregate
 placement operations shall be given at least 24 hours prior to the beginning or resumption of
 excavation or aggregate placement operations.

 3. The Contractor shall be responsible for and maintain the work during the several stages of
 construction and until the acceptance thereof.

 4. Streets in and adjacent to the construction area must be kept clean. Any street cleaning required to
 be done by the Village of Ashwaubenon due to work under this contract will be billed to the
 contractor at a rate of $100 per hour.

B. DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

 1. Store aggregates to prevent contamination by foreign matter or by aggregates of different size.

 2. Vehicles used to transport aggregates shall be of a type to minimize loss of materials and
 excessive segregation of particles.

C. PREPARATION OF MIXES

 1. The preparation of all types of crushed aggregate base courses shall comply with the requirements
 of the following Sections and Subsections of the Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge
 Construction of the State of Wisconsin, Department of Transportation, Division of Highways, Latest
 Edition, except as modified herein or in the Special Provisions of the contract:

 301. Bases and Subbases

 2. 305 Dense Graded Base

    The Contractor shall provide ¾ inch gradation crushed aggregate base course (as applicable) for
 the Village Engineer’s approval on each type of mix to be used, prior to the first excavation operation
 on each contract. The proper WDOT approved mix design shall be completed and submitted to the
 Village for approval at the Contractor’s expense. The Contractor shall notify the Village whenever an
 aggregate source is changed and provide a new mix design. The cost of the mix design shall be
 incidental to and included in the unit price bid.


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D. CONSTRUCTION METHODS

 1. PREPARING THE FOUNDATION

  a. Prepare and construct the foundation to uniform density throughout. Construct the foundation to
  the required alignment and cross-section with equipment and methods adapted for the purpose.
  After shaping and compacting, provide a smooth foundation, at required density, and at the proper
  elevation and contour, to receive the next course.

  b. If necessary to properly accomplish blading or to eliminate or prevent conditions of non-
  uniform stability or density, scarify the area forming the foundation to a uniform depth.

  c. Unless specified otherwise, fill all holes, ruts, and other depressions in the foundation with
  materials similar to those existing in the foundation. Excavate and remove high places to the
  required lines, grade, and section.

  d. Excavate and backfill areas of yielding or unstable materials with the material the engineer
  directs.

  e. The engineer may make minor adjustments in the plan finished grade line necessary to maintain
  the characteristics of a stabilized foundation by minimizing the amount of cutting into, or filling
  over the stabilized foundation, provided these adjustments do not impair the riding qualities,
  drainage, or appearance of the finished pavement or cause, in effect, a deviation from a grade
  established by appropriate municipal ordinance.

 2. PLACING AGGREGATES

  a. Place aggregate in a manner that minimizes hauling on the subgrade. Do not use vehicles or
  operations that damage the subgrade or in-place base. Deposit material in a manner that minimizes
  segregation.

  b. Construct the base to the width and section the plans show. Shape, and compact the base surface
  to within 0.04 feet (12 mm) of the plan elevation.

  c. Ensure there is adequate moisture in the aggregate during placing, shaping, and compacting to
  prevent segregation and achieve adequate compaction.

  d. Maintain the base until paving over it, or until the engineer accepts the work, if paving is not
  part of the contract. The contractor is not responsible for maintaining material placed on detours,
  unless the special provisions specify otherwise.

  e. Use equipment that does not damage or mar adjacent pavement surface, curbs, or appurtenances

  f. When building shoulders, place aggregate directly on the shoulder area between the pavement
  edge and the outer shoulder limits. Recover uncontaminated material deposited outside the limits
  and place within the limits. Do not deposit aggregate on the pavement during placement, unless the


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  engineer specifically allows. Do not leave aggregate on the pavement overnight. After placing the
  shoulder aggregate, keep the pavement surface free of lose aggregate.

3. COMPACTION

    Compact the base until there is no appreciable displacement, either laterally or longitudinally,
    under the compaction equipment. Route hauling equipment uniformly over previously placed
    base. Compact each layer before placing a subsequent layer. If the material is too dry to readily
    attain the required compaction, add water as necessary to achieve compaction.

E. MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT

 1. MEASUREMENT

  a. For aggregate measured by the ton, the department will determine the weight based on
  contractor-provided tickets. Give the engineer a ticket, for each load delivered to the project,
  showing the net weight of the load, the type of material, the date, and project number.

  b. For weighed aggregate delivered with a moisture content greater than 7 percent, the department
  will reduce the ticket weight by the weight of water exceeding 7 percent. The department will
  determine the aggregate moisture content based on and expressed as a percent of the aggregate dry
  weight.

 2. PAYMENT

  a. Delivery tickets shall show the date and location where used. These delivery tickets shall be
  given to the Inspector daily, or if the Inspector is not available, the delivery tickets shall be given to
  the Engineering Office within two workdays after the material is delivered to the project area.
  Failure to provide these tickets in a timely manner may be cause to deny payment for the material.

  b. The quantity of crushed aggregate base courses of the type or types included in the contract,
  measured as provided above, will be paid for at the contract unit price per ton, which price shall be
  full compensation for furnishing and placing aggregate; for the maintenance of the work until
  completion and acceptance; and for all materials, labor, tools, equipment, and incidentals necessary
  to complete the work.




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MISCELLANEOUS

   The Village of Ashwaubenon has its own prevailing wage scale. The contractor shall use the
   Village’s current prevailing wage scale. Contractor shall supply to the Village an affidavit of paid
   wages.




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     IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the OWNER and CONTRACTOR have signed this Agreement in
duplicate. One counterpart each has been delivered to OWNER and CONTRACTOR.

This Agreement will be effective __________________ (which is Effective Date of this Agreement).

Village of Ashwaubenon                                                                      .
Owner                                                         Contractor


______________________________                                __________________________

By: Michael W. Aubinger, Village President                    By:________________________
Corporate Seal                                                Corporate Seal




Attest:_________________________                              Attest:______________________
Dawn Collins, Village Clerk




Address for Giving Notice:                                    Address for Giving Notice:

2155 Holmgren Way                                             _____________________________
Green Bay, WI 54304-4605                                      _____________________________




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9) NOTICE OF AWARD

To:    __________________________
       __________________________
       __________________________


Project Description: 2010 Bituminous Paving & Planning Contract

       The owner has considered the bid dated ___________________ submitted by you for the above
described work in response to its Advertisement for Bids and Instructions to Bidders.

       You are hereby notified that your bid has been accepted for items in the amount of __________.

       You are required by the Instructions to Bidders to execute the agreement and furnish the
required Performance Bond, Payment Bond, and Certificate(s) of Insurance within fifteen calendar days
from the date of this notice to you.

        If you fail to execute said agreement and to furnish said Bonds and Insurance Certificates within
fifteen calendar days from the date of this notice, said Owner will be entitled to consider all your rights
arising out of the Owner’s acceptance of your bid as abandoned and as a forfeiture of your Bid Bond.
The Owner will also be entitled to such other rights as may be granted by law.

        Unsigned counterparts of the Agreement with Bond and Insurance Requirements are attached to
this notice.

       You are required to return an acknowledged copy of this Notice of Award to the Owner.

       Dated this __________ day of _________, 2010.


                                       ACCEPTANCE OF AWARD
                       Receipt of the above Notice of Award is hereby acknowledged
Contractor: _________________________________________________________________________
Contractor’s Representative: ___________________________________________________________
Title: _____________________________________________________________________________
This the __________day of ________________________20___.


Owner: Village of Ashwaubenon
Owners Representative: _______________________________________________________________
Title: ______________________________________________________________________________
This the __________day of ________________________20___.




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