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Inquiry #1: I am a material supplier of item #32 Weed Control Mat (Fiber). I am unable to come up with the quantites that you call out for this item. Please review the following and advise, so that I can quote the correct material amount.
Example: Location 88
Sheet Q-11 Location #88 Weed Control mat fier calls out for 997 SY.
Sheet Q-5 Metal Beam Guard Rail location 88 calls out 262.5 lf x 5' wide.
Material which showes on Sheet C-3 = 1312.5 SF /9=145.83 SY
This quantity discrepancy appears throughtout the project

Inquiry submitted 10/10/2012

Response #1: 10/10/12: Your inquiry has been received and is being reviewed. Thank you for your patience.
Response posted 10/10/2012


Response #2: 10/12/12: Your question is under review. An addendum is under consideration. Unless an addendum is issued addressing your concern, please bid per the current contract documents.
Response posted 10/12/2012


Response #3: 10/26/12: Please refer to Addendum No. 1. Please refer to the information posted at http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/esc/oe/project_ads_addenda/01/01-463914/
Response posted 10/26/2012




Inquiry #2: How does Caltrans plan on protecting the Concrete Anchor Blocks at locations since it's the only two locaiton's that don't have a "k" Rail detail.

Locations 28,96,97,102,106 and 107 calls for "K" Rail but there is no Concrete work to be done at these locations. What is the K rail required for?

Inquiry submitted 11/12/2012

Response #1:11/13/12: Your inquiry is under review. Please note that due to the current time frame between the inquiry submittal and the bid opening date, a response may not be provided before the bid opening. If a response is not provided before the bid opening addressing your concern, please bid per the current contract documents. Thank you for your patience.
Response posted 11/13/2012






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