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Inquiry #1: What vertical profile grade(s) do we use to set the shoulder edge of the new panels? Do we use the grades of the existing pavement exactly, even if there are bumps or sags, or are we to establish new “smoothed out” grades along the shoulder edge?
Inquiry submitted 07/30/2014

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Inquiry #2: If the vertical profile along the shoulder edge of a single precast panel differs from the vertical profile along the left edge of the Number 3 lane, next to the existing pavement, more than the tolerance allowed for in the Table in Section 40-8.01D(3)(a), then non-planar panels are required. Is that your intent?
Inquiry submitted 07/30/2014

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Inquiry #3: The PJCP Panel Installation table in Section 40-8.01D(3)(a) refers to “The profile and grade of the finished PJCP must match the existing pavement…within the tolerances shown in the following table:”. In that table the Vertical alignment at transverse joints must be +/- 1/4”. Is that the tolerance at transverse joints between new PJCP panels?
Inquiry submitted 07/30/2014

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Inquiry #4: What is the maximum amount of grinding you will allow in flat (planar) PJCP panels to bring them within the tolerances shown in the table in40-8.01D(3)(a)?
Inquiry submitted 07/30/2014

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