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1 2007 Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction

2 General Style – Voice & Mood Use active voice and imperative mood for instructions to the Contractor. Example Old: Concrete shall be thoroughly consolidated against the faces of all forms and joints, including concrete in a previously constructed lane of pavement, by means of vibrators inserted in the concrete. New: Consolidate concrete against all form faces, joints, and previously constructed pavement using insertion type vibrators.

3 General Style – Voice & Mood Use the active voice for responsibilities of the Department. The Department will inspect the forms. Use the indicative mood when stating a fact. Approximate areas are shown on the plans.

4 2007 Table of Contents Division 100 – General Provisions Division 150 – Contract Requirements Division 200 – Earthwork Division 300 – Subbase & Base Courses Division 400 – Pavements Division 450 – Pavement Rehabilitation Division 500 – Bridges and Structures Division 550 – Structure Rehabilitation Division 600 – Miscellaneous Construction Division 650 – Utilities Division 700 – Electrical Division 800 – Landscaping Division 900 – Materials Division 1000– Equipment

5 General Style – Format Standard four part format for Div 200 to 800 ###.01 Description ###.02 Materials & Equipment ###.03 Construction ###.04 Measurement & Payment

6 General Style – Scope of Work – The Department will make payment for the elements of work described under the “Construction” or “Procedure” subsection under the corresponding Item in the “Measurement and Payment” Subsection. The Department will not make additional or separate payment for work or portion of work unless specifically provided for in the “Method and Measurement” Subsection.

7 Division General Information 102 Bidding Requirements and Conditions 103 Award and Execution 104 Scope of Work 105 Control of Work 106 Control of Material 107 Legal Relations 108 Prosecution and Completion 109 Measurement and Payment

8 Section Terms If the term is capitalized, it is capitalized in the Specifications Contract – includes permits, boring logs, pavement core records day – definition unchanged, but use of business day or calendar day has been deleted from the specifications, except where required by State statute. Utility vs. utility – Utility is a company, which provides services/ utility is a facility owned by the Utility. Work vs. work – Work is the entire project/ work is any portion of the Work. RE – term RE replaces Resident Engineer, with few exceptions other representatives with the Department are simply referred to as the Department rather than by unit or division.

9 Section Changes Quantity Increases/Decreases – bid prices hold only for increases and decreases that are within 25% of proposal quantity. Outside that, prices may be renegotiated. “Proposal quantity” does not include quantities designated on the Plans as “if and where directed.” IF AND WHERE DIRECTED quantities should almost never be used. It can be used with the SME’s concurrence, where we specifically want to insulate the Department from risk.

10 Section Changes IF AND WHERE DIRECTED items – Fertilizing & Seeding + 10% Traffic Control Items Prime Coat Tack Coat Construction Driveway Excavation, Test Pits Traffic Stripes Removal of Traffic Stripes RPM HMA Patch Sealing of Cracks and Joints Rumble Strips Flexible Delineators HMA paving items +10%

11 Section Working Drawings Table is provided for which drawings are certified and which are submitted for approval Ensure that the revised working drawings are submitted to the RE within 30 days of receipt of the conditional certification… The Department will require 45 days for review and approval or rejection and return of working drawings Special Provisions should revise the required # of days to review drawings if the project will have a # of drawings that the designer may not be able to handle.

12 Section Utilities Contractor required to send all Utilities within the project limits an initial notice when beginning construction operations. Contractor required to provide protection of Utility facilities as required by Utility (Designer’s should identify support requirements identified by Utility in design) Work by Utilities – the contractor is responsible for providing the Utility with advance notice as required in Special Provisions. (Must show durations for utility stages)

13 Section Environmental Protection Do not use treated timber products in shellfish areas and other environmentally sensitive areas. Use non-polluting materials such as fiberglass composites in these areas. Before using treated timber products in areas other than those specified in the Contract, obtain the Department's approval

14 Section Proprietary Items If material or equipment is specified using a proprietary item or the name of a particular supplier, the Contractor may propose a substitute except when the Special Provisions state that no substitution is permitted Designers must document the criteria for evaluating a proprietary item

15 Section Subcontracting Requirement for subcontractor prequalification with NJDOT procurement eliminated. Technical qualifications can still be identified with the Special Provisions (under the item of work). e.g. segmental bridge, drilled shafts, blasting.

16 Section Commencement of Work When a Request for Authorization Form for the New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System 5G3 – Construction Activity Stormwater General Permit (NJG ) is specified, the Contractor must not perform land disturbance activities until 35 days after the submission of the Request for Authorization Form to the Department (this should be identified on the designer’s construction schedule)

17 Section Maintenance within Project Limits Project Limits (area) defined in Contractor’s maintenance responsibilities for Project Limits: – Picking up and disposing of trash and debris – Keeping the roadway clear of dust, soil – Maintaining a safe and unobstructed passageway through the construction area including escape ramps at the edges of pavement. – Maintaining surface drainage – Removal of ice and snow from bridge sidewalks open to pedestrian access. – discuss with operations other sidewalk areas for which the DOT has ice snow removal requirement. Must be amended in the Special Provisions, when the project does not involve a fixed area (Operations Service Contracts).

18 Section Modifications to Contract Time If excusable noncompensable delays exceed 180 days, the time in excess of 180 days will be excusable, compensable. – Consider amend this to 90 days or less for projects with durations of less than 1 year Extreme Weather - Time extensions for weather only granted if controlling activity on critical path is delayed due to weather and the cumulative delay due to weather exceeds the number of days specified in Table for any month ( Designer’s Progress schedule should be based on normal # days workable for a given month. If an aggressive schedule is being provided – the table may need to be tailored for the project.)

19 Section Default Fails to begin construction operations within 40 days of execution of the Contract. ( Designer should amend this if start of work is restricted )

20 Section Measurement and Payment Measurement of Quantities Measured Items vs. Proposal Items. The Department will designate Items as Measured Items or as Proposal Items by having a suffix of P or M in the Item number. The Department will not measure quantities for Proposal Items, except quantities designated on the Plans as “if and where directed,” for payment. The Department will measure quantities for Proposal Items that are designated on the plans as “if and where directed” for payment when the RE directs work using the “if and where directed” quantity.

21 Division 150 Contract Requirements 151 – Performance Bond and Payment Bond 152 – Insurance 153 – Progress Schedule 154 – Mobilization 155 – Construction Field Office 156 – Materials Field Laboratory and Curing Facility 157 – Construction Layout and Monuments 158 – Soil Erosion and Sediment Control and Water Quality Control 159 – Traffic Control 160 – Price Adjustments 161 – Final Cleanup.

22 Section Insurance Marine Liability Insurance - no longer a separate pay item. (Required when construction operations require marine operations) Pollution Liability Insurance – required on all projects.

23 Section Progress Schedule New item for Progress Schedule Updates New item for Bar Chart Progress Schedule & Update item. To be used on smaller/simpler projects which do not warrant the expense of a CPM schedule. Otherwise no schedule required (no default)

24 Section Construction Field Office Standard size is a now a type “C” Inspection equipment for work is part of the field office

25 Section 158Soil Erosion Sediment Control Heavy Duty Silt Fence, Orange – to be used in lieu of old heavy duty silt fence and snow fence Snow fence – is now caution fence Concrete washout facility – standardized 3 types of turbidity barrier Inlet Filter, Type 1 & Type 2 Sediment Control Tank or Bag

26 Section 159Traffic Control Traffic Control moved from 617 Item name changes

27 Division Clearing Site 202 Excavation 203 Embankment

28 Section 201 Changed Demolition Item….Now by Demolition # and Parcel # Changed Asbestos Removal Item….Now by Demolition # and Parcel # Constructing pipe plugs has been added to Clearing Site. “Miscellaneous Concrete” has been eliminated

29 Section 202 Excavation items have been simplified into 3 Items: – Excavation, Unclassified. – Excavation, Regulated. – Excavation, Acid Producing Soil. There will not be separate pay items for foundation, road, wet, etc. Changes to the Earthwork Summary

30 Section Reuse or Disposal of Excess Material A.Reuse. B.Disposal. These are the references for excess material

31 Section 203 Zone designations have been eliminated. I-7 = Zone 1 I-9 = Porous Fill & BEBF (under water) I-10 = BEBF I-11 = Zone 2 I-13 = Select Material I-14 = Zone 3 I-15 = MSE Select Material

32 Section 203 Compaction Methods have been reduced and consolidated

33 Division Subbase 302 Aggregate Base Course 303 Asphalt Stabilized Drainage Course 304 Concrete Base Course 305 Rubblizing Concrete Pavement

34 Division 300 Following were deleted from 300: – Road-Mixed Stabilization – Plant-Mixed Stabilization – Lime-Pozzolan Stabilized BaseCourse

35 Section 301 Subbase Moved from 200 No substantial changes in the specification requirements Made Soil Aggregate I-3 the default requirement

36 Section 302 Aggregate Base Course No major changes from old 301 section covering both Soil Aggregate I-5 and DGA (Dense Graded Aggregate) Base Courses. DGA is now the preferred base course throughout the state due to availability of recycled sources throughout the state.

37 Section 303 Asphalt-Stabilized Drainage Course New standard specification based on the BSOG/ASOG specifications that have been used on project specific basis for the past 20+ years. May be used under asphalt or concrete pavements for new construction and total pavement rehabilitation. NSOG no longer recommended for drainage layers.

38 Section 304Concrete Base Course Follows the requirements for Concrete Surface Course except for ride quality. Used for replacement of or addition to concrete roadway prior to overlay.

39 Section 305Rubblizing Concrete Pavement New standard specification for rubblization which has been used on a project specific basis for the past few years. Base is formed by rubblizing the concrete and leaving in place. Rubblized concrete is overlaid with a substantial HMA overlay.

40 Division – Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) Courses 402 – HMA Friction Course 403 – Ultra-Thin Friction Course 404 – Stone Matrix Asphalt (SMA) 405 – Concrete Surface Course

41 Division 400 Following were deleted from Division 400: Aggregate Surface Course Bituminous Surface Treatment HMA Marshall mix designs (Mix I-2, I-4, etc.)

42 Section 401 Hot Mix Asphalt Courses Superpave only is specified in 2007 specifications but called simply “HMA” since there are no Marshall mix designs Using same nomenclature to define the mixes but the description has been moved to 902

43 Section Preparing Existing Pavement Following items of work are collected here as they are most often used in preparation of pavement for overlay: – Milling of HMA Reduction of number of standard milling items to 3. – Milling of Concrete As written, limited to 1” milling. – Sealing of Cracks in HMA Surface – Repairing of HMA Pavement

44 Section Tack Coat and Prime Coat Tack Coat 64 added as a new item. This is PG used as a tack coat. It has been used with OGFC to improve adhesion of the OGFC with the underlying course.

45 Section HMA Courses Requires use of MTV unless waived by designer. Instructions in SI on when to waive use of MTV. Ride quality specification uses IRI. Six sets of equations to be considered. Designer to spell out on project which equations to be used in which areas. Instructions in SI selection of equations.

46 Section HMA Courses (continued) Polymerized Joint Adhesive required for cold longitudinal joints on surface course. Designer should include the item. The quantity should be estimated to be 100% of the surface course joint length.

47 Section Sawcutting and Sealing of Joints No major changes. Recommended for first generation concrete pavement overlays.

48 Section Core Samples No major changes in specification. Item for coring is needed on all projects with HMA paving. Estimate 5 cores for each day of paving.

49 Section 402HMA Friction Course Dense Graded Friction Course eliminated due to shortage of appropriate aggregates. Open Graded Friction Course expanded to include Modified Open Graded Friction Course Mixes.

50 Section 403Ultra-Thin Friction Course New standard specification for the old “Novachip” type of friction course. This is a generic version of a specification which has been used on a project specific basis for the past 10 years.

51 Section 404Stone Matrix Asphalt (SMA) New standard specification for SMA which has been used on a project specific basis for the past 10 years.

52 Section 405Concrete Surface Course Major changes have been made in the specifications and details for concrete surface course. – Elimination of expansion joints. – Shorter spacing of contraction joints. – Allowance for slipform paving. – Elimination of steel reinforcement. – Requirement to Diamond Grind Surface. – Ride quality determined using IRI.

53 Division – Concrete Slab Stabilization 452 – Partial Depth Concrete Pavement Repair 453 – Full Depth Concrete Pavement Repair 454 – Retrofit Dowel Bars 455 – Diamond Grinding Existing Concrete Pavement 456 – Sealing Existing Joints in Concrete Pavement

54 Division 450 New Division for CPR techniques that have been used on project specific basis for 10+ years. May be used for concrete pavement that is to be overlaid or for concrete pavement that is to be repaired and left as concrete.

55 Section 451Concrete Slab Stabilization Items for pozzolan and polyurethane grouts. Deflection testing required to ensure that grouting has been successful. Designer must include item for deflection testing.

56 Section 452 Partial Depth Concrete Pavement Repair Repair requires sawcutting, removal of deteriorated concrete, and placing of Type 1A or 1B Quick Setting Patch

57 Section 453 Full Depth Concrete Pavement Repair Sawcut and lift out full depth of concrete pavement. Items for repairs depending on type of material used for the repair. – Concrete Class V, E, or B. – HMA Note: HMA is not the preferred material for full depth repairs.

58 Section 454Retrofit Dowel Bars For load transfer, for transverse joints or cracks.

59 Section 455 Diamond Grinding Existing Concrete Pavement To improve the ride, friction, and noise qualities of concrete pavement that is not going to be overlaid. Slightly different specification than the requirements for diamond grinding new pavements because larger deviations are expected in the existing concrete.

60 Section 456 Sealing Existing Joints in Concrete Pavement Requires the cleaning and resealing of joints.

61 Division – Sheeting and Cofferdams 502 – Load Bearing Piles 503 – Drilled Shaft Foundations 504 – Structural Concrete 505 – Precast and Prestressed Structural Concrete 506 – Structural Steel 507 – Concrete Bridge Deck and Approaches 508 – Bridge Drainage 509 – Bridge Railing and Fence 510 – Timber Structures 511 – Bulkhead, Fender, and Dolphin Systems 512 – Sign Support Structures 513 – Retaining Walls 514 – Temporary Structures

62 Section 501 All Permanent Sheeting and Permanent Cofferdams will be designed by the Department/Consultant. Temporary Sheeting and Temporary Cofferdams will be designed by the Contractor.

63 Section 503 Drilled Shaft specification standardized and added.

64 Section 504 Structural concrete work is in this Section. Decks, Parapet, Approach Slabs etc are in 507. Old Retaining Walls are “Wing Walls”

65 Section 504 If, during the concrete placement or within the 24 hours preceding the scheduled concrete placement, the National Weather Service locally forecasts the ambient temperature to be below 40 °F or above 75 °F during the scheduled concrete placement or curing period, follow the appropriate temperature condition procedure. Do not place concrete when the ambient temperature is below 20 °F or above 100 °F.

66 Section 504 Removal of Forms and Falsework. The Department may require concrete strength tests as specified in the Special Provisions for removal of forms and falsework. Remove forms without damaging the surface. The Contractor may remove forms 24 hours after placing concrete, except for the following:

67 Section 504 When using protective measures for cold weather concreting, as specified in C.1, do not remove the forms until the protective measures are removed regardless of concrete cylinder strength C.1 Form Removal /Subsequent Forming /Loading

68 Section 505 Combined prestressed and precast into one section. Fabrication requirements for precast and prestressed concrete have been moved to Division 900.

69 Section 506 All new structural steel will be shop painted. Only touch ups and field bolted connections will be painted in the field. Fabrication requirements have been moved to Division 900. Deleted specification for rocker bearings.

70 Section 507 Bridge Deck and Approaches Joint Assemblies Deck, Parapet, Sidewalk Bridge Approach Limitations of Placing Concrete. Comply with the limitations of placing specified in C, except do not place concrete when the ambient temperature is above 85 °F. If within the 12 hours before the concrete placement the National Weather Service locally forecasts a 40 percent chance or greater of precipitation during the scheduled concrete placement, postpone the placement of bridge decks and pavement Chttp://www.nws.noaa.gov/

71 Section 511 Bulkhead, Fender, and Dolphin Systems….Contractor can choose 2 types of piling Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Piles (FRPP) or Fiberglass-Concrete Composite Piles (FCCP)

72 Section Retaining Walls – CIP – Proprietary Noise Walls have been eliminated….use SPs

73 Division – Bridge Deck Rehabilitation 552 – Pressure Injection Sealing 553 – Pneumatically Applied Mortar 554 – Painting Existing Bridges

74 Division 550 New Division created by removing structure rehabilitation specifications from Division 500. Type A Bridge Deck Repair has been eliminated. Changes to Painting Existing Bridges specification including major revisions to the Pollution Control System have been made. Contractors must submit LHASP for all projects

75 Division – Pipe 602 – Drainage Structures 603 – Slope and Channel Protection 604 – Gabion Walls 605 – Fence 606 – Sidewalks, Driveways, and Islands 607 – Curb 608 – Non-Vegetative Surfaces 609 – Beam Guide Rail 610 – Traffic Stripes, Traffic Markings, and Rumble Strips 611 – Crash Cushions 612 – Signs

76 Section 601 Merged Underdrains into Section 601 with Pipe. Installing Pipe Using Alternate Methods replaced jacking and tunneling HDPE Pipe is a standard item but the use is still restricted by design manual

77 Section 602 Combined Inlets and Manholes and Culverts and Headwalls into Section 602 Drainage Structures.

78 Section 603 Merged Slope Gutters into Slope and Channel Protection

79 Section 604 Gabion Walls specification added.

80 Section 606 Combined Sidewalks and Driveways and Islands into Section 606 – Sidewalks, Driveways, and Islands.

81 Section 607 Combined Hot Mix Asphalt Curb, Barrier Curb, etc into Curb. – Delineators part of Barrier Curb Item

82 Section 608 New type of Nonvegetative surface added to existing specification.

83 Section 609 Beam Guide Rail Specifications Updated – Wooden spacers are no longer being used. – Delineators part of BGR – No Proprietary Names…..Use SI

84 Section 610 Traffic Items Specs updated – Traffic Stripes – Traffic Markings – Raised Pavement Markers (RPM) – Ground Mounted Flexible Delineators

85 Section 611 Crash Cushions No Proprietary Names…..Use SI

86 Division 650 Utilities 651 – Water 652 – Sanitary Sewers 653 – Gas

87 Division 650Utilities Generic version of utility specifications. We can not simply use Utility Company’s specifications cut/paste into the Special Provisions. Review with company for company specific requirements that need to be included. JCP&L relocations specifications are not in the standards specification because it is company specific. SI developed.

88 Division – General Items 702 – Traffic Signals 703 – Highway Lighting 704 – Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)

89 Section Conduit Types – Rigid Metallic Conduit – Rigid Nonmetallic Conduit – Flexible Metallic Conduit – Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit No CUR CUG Exposed etc.

90 Section 702 Major reorganization to Section 702. Items are no longer paid for by “Assemblies”. Each component is paid separately – Standard = Pole – Mast Arms – Traffic Signal Head etc. 2 Items for – Temporary Traffic Signal System – Interim Traffic Signal System

91 Section 703 Major reorganization to Section 703. Items are no longer paid for by “Assemblies”. Each component is paid separately – Standard = Pole – Mast Arms – Luminaire Contractor is designing “Temporary Lighting System”

92 Section 704 ITS Spec has become standard Spec is similar to 702 and 703….components rather than assemblies

93 Systems – General (job specific) – CCTV – F.O. Cable – Traffic Signals – Travel Time – Weather Information – DMS – Weigh-in-Motion – Traffic Volume

94 Construction – Components – Installation – by pay item – Testing – Maintenance – Final Documentation – Training

95 Camera Surveillance Systems Standard Pay Items Foundation CSS, Type A Foundation CSS, Type B Foundation CSS, Type C Camera Standard Type A Camera Standard Type B Camera Standard Type C Camera Controller, Camera

96 The new ITS “EB’s”

97 Fiber Optic Cable Spec

98 Division – Selective Vegetation Removal 802 – Trimming and Removing Trees 803 – Preparation of Existing Soil 804 – Topsoiling 805 – Turf Repair Strip 806 – Fertilizing and Seediing 807 – Topsoil Stabilization 808 – Sodding 809 – Mulching 810 – Mowing 811 – Planting

99 Section 801 Combined Selective Thinning and Selective Clearing into one specification

100 Section 802 Combined Trimming of Existing Trees and Tree Removal into one Specification

101 Section 807 Added additional types of Topsoil Stabilization Matting – Type 1 – Jute and Excelsior Matting – Type 2 – Erosion Mulch Blanket – Type 3 – Turf Reinforcement Mat – Type 4 – Mechanically Bonded Fiber Matrix

102 Section 811 Changed prescribed planting seasons to optimal planting seasons Added the removal of wire baskets on balled and burlapped plants Changed pay item descriptions Changed the Plant Establishment Period – 2 year paid establishment period – Highway occupancy permit – Maintenance Bond

103 Division 900Materials 901 – Aggregates 902 – Asphalt 903 – Concrete 904 – Precast and Prestressed Concrete 905 – Reinforcement Metals 906 – Structural Steel 907 – Bearing Assemblies

104 Division 900Materials 908 – Bolts and Bolting Material 909 – Drainage 910 – Masonry Units 911 – Signs, Sign Supports, and Delineators 912 – Paints, Coatings, Traffic Stripes, and Traffic Markings 913 – Guide Rail, Fence, and Railing 914 – Joint Materials

105 Division 900Materials 915 – Timber and Timber Treatment 916 – Fiberglass Composite Materials 917 – Landscaping Materials 918 – Electrical Materials 919 – Miscellaneous

106 Division 900General Reorganized for a better flow. Incorporated BDC’s. Minor changes to many of the materials specifications to reflect current practices. More consistent in being clear on acceptance practices/procedures and on requirement to be from a QPL.

107 Division 900QPL QPL = Qualified Products List For materials which have a long approval process. In Division 900, those materials which are required to be on QPL prior to use are clearly specified.

108 Section 902Asphalt Reorganized to put all the requirements for asphalt products in one section. No major changes to the Bituminous Materials (Asphalt Binder, Emulsions, and Cutbacks) requirements except that Inverted Emulsions have been eliminated. HMA is Superpave only. Marshall mixes have been eliminated.

109 Section 902Asphalt The following Sections have been added: – OGFC & MOGFC – Ultra-Thin HMA – SMA – Asphalt Stabilized Drainage Course

110 Section 903Concrete Reorganized to bring the Cement, Admixtures, Concrete Mixing, Curing Materials, and Concrete Requirements to one Section. The following have been added: – Pavement Repair Mixes Class V and E – High Performance Concrete – Self-Consolidating Concrete – Controlled Low Strength Material – Grout for Undersealing Concrete Pavements

111 Section 903Pavement Repair Mixes Class V – formerly known as VES or VHE. Attains 350 psi flexural strength in 6.5 hours. Class E – early strength concrete that attains 3000 psi in 72 hours. Intended for pavement repairs caution should be used in using these mixes for other applications.

112 Section High Performance Concrete HPC-1 – For use in bridge decks, parapets, and bridge sidewalks. HPC-2 – For use in pier protection. Project specific specification is needed for any other use of HPC. Do not specify HPC if integrally colored concrete is needed or if project has compressed schedule.

113 Section Self-Consolidating Concrete – SCC for Drilled Shafts – SCC for Precast Concrete Project specific specification is needed for any other use of SCC.

114 Section 904Precast and Prestressed Concrete Consolidated requirements that were scattered throughout 500 and 600 regarding the fabrication of precast and prestressed concrete. – Non-Structural Precast Concrete – Precast Concrete Retaining Walls – Structural Precast Concrete – Prestressed Concrete

115 Sections 906/ Structural Steel / Section 907 Bearing Assemblies Steel fabrication requirements for structural steel components and bearings (originally in 500) combined with the steel materials requirements (originally in 900). Bearings follow LFRD requirements.

116 Section Adhesive Anchor Bolt Systems Specification for adhesive anchor bolt systems written for bridge railing and bridge guide rail attachments. For other uses of adhesive anchor bolts, designer should use careful consideration as additional requirements may be necessary. Project specific specification may be needed.

117 Section 916Fiberglass Composite Materials New standard specification for fiberglass composite materials to be used for bulkhead, fender, and dolphin systems. – Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Lumber – Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Piles – Fiberglass-Concrete Composite Piles

118 Section 917Landscaping Materials Added Compost as a soil additive 4 types of Topsoil Stabilization Matting More detailed quality and inspection requirements for plant material

119 NJDOT Test Methods After Division 1000 are the NJDOT test methods that used to be in 990. They are referred to in the specification by their designation. e.g. “NJDOT A-1” The last item in this section is “NJDOT ST” which are the statistical tables which used to be in 914 but have been moved to the back as they are used in many of the statistical calculations.

120 Division 1000Equipment 1001 – Traffic Control Equipment 1002 – Compaction Equipment 1003 – HMA Site Equipment 1004 – Pile Driving Equipment 1005 – Concrete Site Equipment 1006 – Concrete Pavement Rehabilitation Equipment 1007 – Traffic Striping Equipment 1008 – Miscellaneous Equipment 1009 – HMA Plant Equipment 1010 – Concrete Plant and Mixing Equipment 1011 – Precast and Prestressed Concrete Plant Equipment

121 Division 1000 Compilation of the equipment requirements that were in Divisions 200 through 800. The XXX Subsections in Divisions 200 through 800 will refer back to the equipment specifications in Division 1000.

122 Division 1000 Not every piece of equipment needed to complete the construction has to be specified/listed. Only those pieces of equipment that have specific requirements are included.

123 Questions Kiran Shelat Supervising Engineer (609)


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