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Inquiry #1: Please Confirm that the Rock Blanket Falls Under Section 20-5.03 INERT GROUND COVERS AND MULCHES, and Sub Section 20-5.03A(3)(b) Earthwork, that states "Maintain the planned flow lines, slope gradients, and contours of the job site. Grade subgrade to a smooth and uniform surface and compact to at least 90 percent relative compaction."
Inquiry submitted 03/24/2017

Response #1:Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 03/27/2017


Response #2:Confirmed. Section 20-5.03B ROCK BLANKETS is a subordinate section of Section 20-5.03 INERT GROUND COVERS and per paragraph 15 of Section 1-1.01, "Specifications in a section titled General apply to all subordinate sections within the section."
Response posted 03/30/2017




Inquiry #2: The time limit of 50 working days is significantly insufficient to complete the work. Please re-evaluate and revise.
Inquiry submitted 04/10/2017

Response #1:
Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 04/10/2017


Response #2:
Per Section 12, Temporary Traffic Control, night and day work windows are allowed.
Please bid accordingly per current contract bid documents.

Response posted 04/11/2017




Inquiry #3: Working 24 hours per day for 50 working days straight is unrealistic. As such, we will be unwilling to submit a bid for this project unless the time limit is revised.

Please advise.

Inquiry submitted 04/11/2017

Response #1:
Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 04/12/2017


Response #2:
Bid per current contract documents.
Response posted 04/13/2017




Inquiry #4: Is the Roadway Excavation For Rock Blanket being Paid for in Item #13 Rock Blanket?
Inquiry submitted 04/17/2017

Response #1:
Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 04/17/2017




Inquiry #5: In your Response to Inquiry #2 you state "day time and night time closures are permitted". The Charts show only 5 hrs Monday thru Thursday and 3 hrs on Friday. Taking into consideration the time to place all of the traffic control devices the work windows will shrink significantly causing inadequate production. In short, the daytime closure hours will not aid in completing a 50 WD project. Will the State Reconsider the 50 WD time period to a more reasonable time frame such as 120 WD?
Inquiry submitted 04/17/2017

Response #1:
Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 04/17/2017




Inquiry #6: We concur with the previous inquiries from the other contractors that the 50 WD requirement is simply unrealistic. As such, a prudent contractor has no choice but to include approx. $245K to cover potential LD's in our proposal. It is strongly requested and recommended that the Dept. issue an addendum which increases the WD to not less than 120 WD.
Inquiry submitted 04/17/2017

Response #1:
Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 04/17/2017




Inquiry #7: THE PROJECT REQUIRES POLES TO BE CONSTRUCTED. THIS TYPICALLY TAKES 10-12 WEEKS AFTER SUBMITTAL APPROVALS. THE TIME WILL BE INSUFFICIENT TO PROCURE AND INSTALL THEM WITHIN 50 WORKING DAYS.
Inquiry submitted 04/17/2017

Response #1:
Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 04/17/2017




Inquiry #8: Section 6-1.02 of the special provisions state in part, "Central control system, which includes fiber optic modems." Please confirm all modems for the project will be furnished.
Inquiry submitted 04/19/2017

Response #1:
Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 04/19/2017






The information provided in the responses to bidder inquiries is not a waiver of Section 2-1.07, “JOB SITE AND DOCUMENT EXAMINATION” of the Standard Specifications or any other provision of the contract, nor to excuse the contractor from full compliance with the contract. Bidders are cautioned that subsequent responses or contract addenda may change a previous response.