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SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS TOC-1 TABLE OF CONTENTS

PROJECT MANUAL

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. DIVISION 0 - BIDDING REQUIREMENTS PAGES

Section 00100 Notice To Bidders 00100-1

Section 00200 Instructions to Bidders 00200-1 - 4

Section 00210 Special Provisions 00210-1

Section 00230 Prevailing Wage Rates - Cook Co. 2017/2018 (by reference) Section 00400 A. Certifications

 CONTRACTOR’S OUALIFICATION STATEMENT  CERTIFICATE OF BIDDER ELIGIBILITY

 CERTIFICATE OF UNDERSTANDING-HOLD HARMLESS  CONTRACTOR’S TAX DELINQUINCY CERTIFICATION

 CONTRACTOR’S DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE CERTIFICATION  CONTRACTOR’S SEXUAL HARASSMENT POLICY CERTIFICATION  CONTRACTOR PREVAILING WAGE ACT CERTIFICATION

 NON-COLLUSION AFFIDAVIT

B. Proposal Form with UNIT PRICE SHEETS

II. SPECIFICATIONS

DIVISION I – GENERAL CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION AIA Document A205-1993 (by reference)

General Conditions of the Contract for Construction of a Small Project DIVISION 2 – SITE & LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION

Electrical Scope 1 - 9

Concrete Scope 1

Section 321400 Unit Paving 321400-1 – 8

Section 323223 Segmental Retaining Wall 323223-1 - 11

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SECTION 00100 – NOTICE TO BIDDERS

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SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS 1 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS

HARDSCAPE, ELECTRICAL & LANDSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS at the

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(N.E. Corner of South Park Avenue & 162nd Street)

SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS

Sealed bids for the above-mentioned project will be received by the Village of South Holland, Illinois at the administrative office of the Village of South Holland, 16226 Wausau Avenue, South Holland, Illinois 60473 until 10:00 A.M. local time on April 9, 2018 at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud.

Bids are being solicited for the following Hardscape and Landscape improvements and related maintenance which include:

Demolition & disposal of a small portion existing concrete sidewalk and concrete curb; hardscape installation including replacing concrete curbing and surfacing; segmental block retaining walls, columns & caps; wall graphics; electrical work: including the installation & wiring from power source of specified LED back-lit wall graphics & LED tape lighting and outdoor water proof duplex receptacles; landscape work: including the installation of topsoil, plant materials & mulches and temporary maintenance. All necessary permits, insurance and safely materials including fencing, temporary signage, and traffic barriers for public sidewalk and public street lane closures shall be included.

Drawings and Project Manuals may be obtained at the South Holland Village Hall, 16226 Wausau Avenue, South Holland, IL during normal business hours.

All bids and required Certifications shall be submitted on the forms or copies of the forms provided in the Project Manual. The Bid Proposal shall be filled out in its entirety including all required Unit Prices per the PRICE SCHEDULE(S) for the work as well as all listed Alternate Bid Prices (if any). Failure to do so may be grounds for disqualification of the bids.

All bids shall be submitted to the Village of South Holland, 16226 Wausau Avenue, South Holland, IL. A Bid Bond is not required.

The successful bidder will be required to furnish Performance and Labor and Material Payment Bonds, in the amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the Contract Sum and proof of Insurance at the minimum coverage levels stated in the Instructions To Bidders within fifteen (15) days after acceptance of the bid by the Owner. Failure to furnish such bonds and proof of insurance will result in forfeiture of the award

All bidders are requested to visit the site.

Quantity lists are supplied as a convenience. However, Bidders and the Installing Contractor shall verify all quantities. In case of discrepancies between quantities listed and the plans, the drawings and specifications shall prevail and be provided by the Contractor.

Any bid submitted unsealed, unsigned, or received subsequent to the aforementioned date and time will be disqualified and returned to the bidder.

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SECTION 00100 – NOTICE TO BIDDERS

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SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS 1 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS

All contractors will be required to comply with the Illinois Human Rights Act; the Illinois Public Works Employment Discrimination Act; and the Illinois Prevailing Wage Act.

The Village of South Holland hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively assure that the contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement will, in the Owner’s sole discretion, be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder without discrimination on the grounds of race, religion, sex, national origin or ancestry.

President and Board of Trustees Village of South Holland, Illinois

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SECTION 00200 – INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

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SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS 1 INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

1.1 GENERAL

A. Bids to be considered shall be prepared in accordance with the instructions contained herein.

B. The Project Manual includes copies of the Proposal Form and Certification forms. All bids and required Documents/Certifications shall be submitted on these forms or copies of the forms provided in the Project Manual.

C. No Pre-Bid Meeting will be held

D. The Owner’s contact person shall be: Jay Johnson, Deputy Director of Public Works 16226 Wausau Avenue

South Holland, Illinois (708) 339-2323

jjohnsonl@southholland.org

1.2 DEFINITIONS

A. Hereafter the term “Owners” shall mean: Village of South Holland, 16226 Wausau Avenue, South Holland, Illinois 60473.

B. Hereafter the term “Contractor” shall refer to the successful bidder being awarded a contract for completion of this Work.

C. Hereafter the term “Landscape Architect” shall refer to Ives/Ryan Group, Inc., 342. Eisenhower LN N, Lombard, Illinois 60148.

1.3 SCOPE IF WORK

A. This project titled “Town Center Gateway “consists of the following major elements:

1. DEMOLITION WORK including the full removal and disposal off-site of a portion of the existing concrete sidewalk and curb (as illustrated on Sheet L-1 & per the Concrete Scope). Care should be taken to protect the existing adjacent South Park Avenue and 162nd Street curb and gutter, as well as

existing street lights, utility vaults, traffic signals and concrete signal bases.

2. HARDSCAPE WORK including the excavation and removal of spoils as needed for the construction new concrete curbing and concrete surfaces; construction of unit block retaining walls and columns with caps by Techo-Bloc (as illustrated on Sheet L-2 & per the Concrete Scope).

3. LANDSCAPE WORK including the supply & installation of topsoil; the installation of all specified plant materials; mulches; and temporary maintenance (per Sheet L-3 and Specifications). 4. ELECTRIC WORK including extension of power to the site form adjacent light pole; supply &

installation of LED tape lighting; GFCI duplex receptacles; “TOWN CWNTER” LED back-lit wall graphics with all necessary conduit, wiring, connections, hand hole, etc. )per Sheet L-1 and the Electrical Scope document).

Note: Prices shall include the cost to provide setup, removal and maintain warning signs, barricades, fencing, etc. as needed to temporarily close access to public sidewalks and adjacent street lanes as needed; and to secure and protect the site during construction activities. It will be the Contractor’s responsibility to coordinate any needed public street lane closures with the Village and other agencies having jurisdiction.

B. Work that is NOT IN CONTRACT (NIC), to be performed by others, includes:

1. Demolition and removal existing plant materials, signage, utilities and concrete curb on the backside of the out lot.

2. Provision, installation & maintenance of annual flowers and tulip bulbs.

3. Plant material watering beyond initial watering immediately upon planting The Contractor shall remain responsible for watering as needed until all planting operations have been

completed. Upon completion the Contractor shall notify Village Public Works Department that planting operations have been completed so that the Village can take over the watering responsibilities. Failure to do so in a timely manner shall obligate the contractor to continue watering responsibilities. See details in Section 329300 – Plant Material, Subsection 3.11 Watering and Sheet L-3 watering note.

1.4 CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS

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SECTION 00200 – INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

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SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS 1 INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

organization his own work crews that are capable of executing portions of the particular contract being bid. B. Contractor shall be experienced in the types of work indicated.

C. The Owner reserves the right to exclude contractors from bidding this project, if upon review of the Contractor’s Qualification Statement submitted, the particular contractor is not found qualified to successfully execute this type of project. Exclusion may be based upon contractor’s past experience, performance or financial stability.

D. Any proposed subcontractor(s) of the Prime Contractor must be acceptable and approved by the Owners. Refer to parts 1.9, 1.10 and 1.11 of this section for additional requirements. All contractors and subcontractors shall be licensed to work by the Village of South Holland.

1.5 PREPARATION OF BIDDER PROPOSALS

A. Individual LUMP SUM Proposals will be received for the captioned project

B. To be considered, all Proposals must be made in accordance with the following

1. Submit bids on the Proposal Form and Certification forms furnished including the entire Price Schedule which shall include the PROPOSAL FORM unique to the BID PACKAGE for which a bid is being submitted, as well as Certification forms common to all bids, which are listed in the Table of Contents. 2. The wording of the Proposal Form shall not be changed or supplemented except in accordance with

these instructions.

3. All blank spaces on the Proposal Form shall be filled in by computer, typewriter or ink by the Bidder. 4. Where both written numbers (words) and numerical figures are given, the written numbers (words) will

govern in the event of conflict. Any erasures or correction in the Proposal Form must be initialed by the Bidder.

5. Failure to bid upon all items listed in the Proposal Form may cause rejection of the Bid.

6. Sign in longhand and type the name and position of the signer under each signature. If the bidders is a partnership or co-partnership each partner must sign; if a corporation, sign with the legal name of the corporation followed by the name of the State of incorporation; corporation seal and the legal signature of an officer authorized to bid the corporation to a Contract.

1.6 EXAMINATION OF SITE AND DOCUMENTS

A. Each Bidder, by submitting his Bid, represents that he has read and understands the proposed Contract Documents and reference material and has compared them. Work and material quantities provided on the Drawings and Unit Bid Sheet shall be checked by the Bidder. The Bidder acknowledges, by submitting a bid, the bid price shall cover the complete supply of labor and materials needed to complete all improvements as illustrated on the Drawings.

B. Each Bidder, by submitting his Bid, represents that he has visited the site, familiarized himself with the local conditions, compared the Contract Documents with any work in place and informed himself of all conditions, difficulties and restrictions related to the execution of the work.

C. Failure to perform the above shall in no way entitle the Bidder to additional consideration, compensation or relieve the Bidder from any obligation with respect to his Bid or to the Contract.

1.7 INTERPRETATION OF DOCUMENTS

A. Discrepancies or ambiguities in, or omission from, the proposed Contract Documents which raise questions shall be brought to the attention of the Owner prior to submission of the PROPOSAL FORM. The Owner shall answer by written addendum to be distributed to all Bidders. Each Bidder shall provide the Construction Manager with an e-mail address or fax number by which addenda will be transmitted.

B. Neither the Owner nor the Landscape Architect will be responsible for oral interpretations. Questions received less than 48 hours before the time set for receipt of bids may not be answered.

C. All addenda issued during the bidding period will be incorporated into the Contract Documents.

D. Each Bidder submitting a bid must acknowledge receipt of all addenda received in the blanks provided for this purpose in the Proposal Form.

1.8 SUBMISSION OF BIDS

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SECTION 00200 – INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

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SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS 1 INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

B. Bids shall be placed in a sealed envelope addressed to the Village of South Holland, to the attention of the Clerk’s office. On the outside of the envelope shall appear the Bidder’s name and address. In the lower left hand corner shall appear the following:

1) Proposal for Town Center Gateway 2) Date of Bid Opening.

1.9 BID SECURITY

A. NONE REQUIRED

1.10 CONTRACT BOND

The successful Bidder, within fifteen (15) days of the notice of acceptance of his Bid by the Village, shall provide the Owner (Village) a Performance Bond and Labor and Materials Payment Bond for one hundred percent (100%) of the total Contract amount. The form of bond shall be that furnished by the Owner and the surety shall be acceptable to the Owner.

1.11 INSURANCE

The successful Bidder, within fifteen (15) days of the notice of acceptance of his bid by the Village, shall provide the Owner (Village) with insurance certificate(s) certifying that the Bidder carries the following minimum coverages:

A. Comprehensive General Liability Insurance (including limited form contractual liability and completed operations, explosion, collapse and underground hazards), covering personal injury, bodily injury and property damages in the amount of Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000.00) covering personal injury, bodily injury and property damage.

B. Comprehensive Automobile Liability Insurance, including hired and non-owned vehicles, if any, in the amount of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) covering personal injury, bodily injury and property damage. C. Workmen’s Compensation Insurance in the amount of the statutory maximum with an Employer’s Liability

coverage of at least Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000.00).

D. Umbrella or excess of loss coverage for Employer’s Liability, Comprehensive Liability and Auto Liability of not less than Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000.00).

All insurance companies providing insurance under this contract shall be a minimum financial rating of V and a minimum performance rating of “A+”. Insurance carrier must give Owner 30-day notice of cancellation or non-renewal.

Bonds and certificates of insurance should be mailed to the Owner’s office. The certificate of insurance should read as follows: The “certificate holder” should read: Village of South Holland, 16226 Wausau Avenue, South Holland, Illinois 60473. Additional insured should read: Additional Insured both primary and non-contributory with respect to General Liability and Excess Liability: Village of South Holland, Ives/Ryan Group, Inc. and consultants and agents thereof. The endorsement shall state that the Waiver of Subrogation applies in favor of the additional insured with respect to the General Liability, Workers Comp and Auto Insurance.

1.12 WITHDRAWAL AND MODIFICATION OF BIDS

A. Any bid may be withdrawn by written request at any time prior the time set of receipt of bids.

1.13 RIGHTS RESERVED BY OWNER

A. The Village reserves the right to reject any or all Bids, to waive any and all technicalities or irregularities in a bid, and to accept a bid which, in the judgment of the Village – after obtaining advice form the Landscape Architect, Engineer or legal council, in is the best interest of the Village.

1.14 RETAIL SALES TAX EXCEPTION

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SECTION 00200 – INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

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SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS 1 INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

machinery equipment or other property leased by the Contractor, or Subcontractors, or to supplies and material which, even though they are consumed, are not incorporated into the completed project.

B. The Contractors and Subcontractors shall be responsible for any pay any and all applicable taxes, including sales and use taxes, on such leased tools, machinery, equipment, or other property and upon such unincorporated supplies and materials.

1.15 PREVAILING WAGE ACT

A. All prices shall reflect compliance with the current provisions of the Illinois Prevailing Wage Act, including compliance with the current minimum prevailing wage rate table published by the Illinois Department of Labor for Cook County.

1.16 START OF CONSTRUCTION

A. It is anticipated that a contract will be awarded by the Village of South Holland during the month of April 2018.

B. The successful contractor and respective subcontractors (if any) shall secure the required certificates of insurance and contract bonds, commence immediately upon receiving a letter of intent and notice to proceed from the Owner and shall obtain definite commitments from suppliers and sub-contractors to comply with the dates agreed to in the proposal and the final contract.

1.17 FINAL COMPLETION DATES

A. The time limit for the completion of the work is of the essence. This contract and therefore the contractor and each sub-contractor agree that the work under their respective contracts shall achieve total completion by June 15, 2018.

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B. Final approved completion shall be achieved on or before July 15, 2018. Final approved completion, as it pertains to this contract, is completion of all work and all items indicted on punch lists prepared by the Owner and the Owner’s Consultants. Also, all final waivers must be submitted to Owner before final payment can be recommended.

1.18 COMPLIANCE WITH ILLINOIS STATUTES

Bidders and successful contractors shall comply with all applicable provisions of the Prevailing Wage Act, Illinois Rev. Stat., 820 ILCS 130/1 et. seq. and with all applicable provisions of the "Public Works Preference Act” 30 ILCS 560/1.01 et. seq.

1.19 AGREEMENT

A. The Contractor shall provide Certificates of Insurance evidencing coverages as required by the General Provisions within fifteen (15) days of the Village’s acceptance o the successful bid. The Village, or their agent, and Contractor will enter into an Owner Contract Agreement using AIA Doc. A15 – Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor for a Small Project within fifteen (15) days of Village’s acceptance of the successful bid. General and Supplementary Conditions shall be identified in the Project Manual. This Agreement will incorporate such modifications as both parties shall reasonably agree to.

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SECTION 00210 – SPECIAL PROVISIONS

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South Holland, Illinois 1 SPECIAL

PROVISIONS

1.1 PERMIT & FEES

Permits and fees are the responsibility of the contractor under this Contract. The Contractor shall secure and pay for all licenses and fees associated with working in the Village of South Holland.

1.2 WORK HOURS

The Village of South Holland restricts construction activities to between the hours of 7:00 AM and 6:00 PM. Additionally, no work is allowed on Sundays.

1.3 TIME OF COMPLETION

The work shall be brought to Final Completion no later than June 15, 2018.

1.4 PREVAILING WAGE ACT

All prices shall reflect compliance with the current provisions of the Illinois Prevailing Wage Act.

1.5 MATERIALS SUBSTITUTIUONS

All materials substitutions must be submitted to the Landscape Architect and/or Village for written approval. No substituted materials may be used or accepted without written authorization.

1.6 MATERIAL SUBMITTALS

Samples of the specified Brandon Wall block and Piedimonte wall cap both by Techo-Bloc shall be submitted by the contractor prior to ordering said materials for color comparison to the adjacent building’s stone before the color selection will be approved. If not approved follow up samples may be requested.

A. A sample of the specified wall graphics lettering obtained from Impact Signs, LaGrange, IL shall be submitted by the Contractor for color comparison with the wall materials. If not approved follow up samples may be requested.

1.7 LOT CORNERS

Lot corners for reference will be located by the Village engineering consultant, Robinson Engineering LTD.

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SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS 1 CONTRACTOR’S STATEMENT

CONTRACTOR’S QUALIFICATION STATEMENT

1. Do you have sufficient knowledge of Drawings and Specifications of the work covered by this Contract to warrant submitting a Proposal for this work?

2. Contractor Qualifications:

a) Number of years engaged in the work you are submitting a bid for as described in the bidding

documents? Yrs.

b) Number of successful installations which are more than three (3) years old? Approximate Dollar Value For Whom & Name of Project

1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6)

3. Do you have sufficient equipment to perform this work? If so, list major items:

4. Give Bank reference:

Address:

5. List names and addresses of major suppliers:

6. Have you ever had, or do you now have, funds withheld for non-completion of work to the

satisfaction of any municipality?

a) If so, where?

b) For what reason?

7. Have you ever been disqualified by a Governmental Agency for failure to satisfactorily complete a

public improvement?

8. Have you ever been cited for failing to withhold or report payroll deductions for Federal Income Tax?

9. Have you ever been cited by the Federal Government for any violation of the Copeland Act (Anti-kick-back Law)?

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CERTIFICATE OF UNDERSTANDING

REGARDING

HOLD HARMLESS & INSURANCE COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS

OWNERS: Village of South Holland

PROJECT

No.:

L8705-8965

PROJECT DESCRIPTION : Town Center Gateway

THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT I,

, President/Principal/Partner of

(hereinafter

referred

to

as

the

“Contractor”),

have read and “Hold Harmless and Insurance Provisions” incorporated in the attached Proposal Document

and possess full authority and power to legally bind said Contractor to same.

I, FURTHER AGREE AND CERTIFY, that if awarded a Contract for the above named project, I

will direct our insurance agent or representative to provide any and all required insurance policies outlined

in said “Hold Harmless and Insurance Requirements” to afford the required coverage for the Owners. the

Village of South Holland, the Landscape Architect, the Ives/Ryan Group, Inc., the Engineer, Robinson

Engineering and any and all other entities so named in said “Insurance Requirements” section.

I, FURTHER UNDERSTAND, that all expenses relating to the issuance of said policies of

insurance will be solely at the Contractor’s expense, and that the Contractor will pay all liability for failure to

keep said insurance policies in full force and effect for the duration of the project and as required in said

“Insurance Requirements”. Additionally, I will not allow any reduction in any of the “Limits of Coverage”

afforded in said policies. I further understand and agree that we, as Contractor, will be totally liable and

responsible for any direct and/or indirect consequences arising from our failure to comply with these

Insurance Requirements.

FINALLY, I UNDERSTAND AND AGREE, that if said Insurance Requirements are not fulfilled, we,

the Contractor, will bear full responsibility for paying any and all costs of litigation, including but not limited

to, settlement costs and attorney’s fees resulting from any and all claims against the Owners and/or

Landscape Architect and Engineer relating to the subject project.

Dated this

day of

, 2006.

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CONTRACTOR’S TAX DELINQUENCY CERTIFICATION

As required under 65 ILCS 5/11-41.1-1, provisions require that the Contractor certify that there are

no delinquent taxes outstanding that are otherwise due the Department of Revenue unless they are being

contested in accordance with established procedures. The undersigned official of the Contractor certifies

that there are no violations of the aforementioned act or if violations do exist, they are being contested

properly.

Dated:

Contractor:

By:

(Signature)

Title:

STATE OF ILLINOIS

)

COUNTY OF

)

- SS

I, the undersigned, a Notary Public in an for the State and County aforesaid, hereby certify that

(Name of Signatory) appeared before me this day in person and, being first duly sworn on

oath, acknowledge that he/she executed the foregoing certifications as his/her free act and deed.

Dated:

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CONTRACTOR’S DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE CERTIFICATION

Pursuant to 30 ILCS 580/1, et seq. (“Drug-Free Workplace Act”), the undersigned Contractor

hereby certifies to the contracting agency that it will provide a drug-free workplace by:

A.

Publishing a statement:

1)

Notifying employees that the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession,

or use of a controlled substance including cannabis, is prohibited in the grantee’s or

Contractor’s workplace.

2)

Specifying the actions that will be taken against employees for violations of such

prohibition.

3)

Notifying the employee that, as a condition of employment on such Contract or grant, the

employee will:

(a)

abide by the terms of the statement; and

(b)

Notify the employer of any criminal drug status conviction for a violation occurring

in the workplace no later than five (5) days after such conviction.

B.

Establishing a drug-free awareness program to inform employees about:

1)

the dangers of drug abuse in the workplace;

2)

the grantee’s or Contractor’s policy of maintaining a drug-free workplace;

3)

any available drug counseling, rehabilitation, and employee assistance program; and

4)

the penalties that may be imposed upon employees for drug violations.

C.

Making it a requirement to give a copy of the statement required by Subsection A to each

employee engaged in the performance of the Contract or grant, and to post the statement in a

prominent place in the workplace.

D.

Notifying the contracting agency within 10 days after receiving notice under page (b) of paragraph

3) of Subsection A from an employee or otherwise receiving actual notice of such conviction.

E.

Imposing a sanction on, or requiring the satisfactory participation in a drug abuse assistance or

rehabilitation program by any employee who is so convicted, as required by 30 ILCS 5805.

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CONTRACTOR’S DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE CERTIFICATION

(Continued)

G.

Making a good faith effort to continue to maintain a drug-free workplace through implementation of

this Section.

Failure to abide by this certification shall subject the Contractor to the penalties in 30 ILCS 5806.

Dated:

Contractor:

By:

(Authorized

Agent

of

Contractor)

Title:

STATE OF ILLINOIS

)

COUNTY OF

)

- SS

I, the undersigned, a Notary Public in an for the State and County aforesaid, hereby certify that

(Name of Signatory) appeared before me this day in person and, being first duly sworn on

oath, acknowledge that he/she executed the foregoing certifications as his/her free act and deed.

Dated:

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CONTRACTOR’S SEXUAL HARASSMENT POLICY CERTIFICATION

(“Contractor”),

having submitted a bid/proposal for

to the

hereby

certifies

that

said Contractor has a written sexual

harassment policy in full compliance with 775 ILCS 5/2-105(A)(4).

Dated:

Contractor:

By:

(Authorized

Agent

of

Contractor)

Title:

STATE OF ILLINOIS

)

COUNTY OF

)

- SS

I, the undersigned, a Notary Public in an for the State and County aforesaid, hereby certify that

(Name of Signatory) appeared before me this day in person and, being first duly sworn on

oath, acknowledge that he/she executed the foregoing certifications as his/her free act and deed.

Dated:

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CONTRACTOR’S PREVAILING WAGE ACT CERTIFICATION

I,

,

having

been

first

duly

sworn, depose and sate that I am the

(insert “sole owner”, “partner”, “president”, or other proper title)

and the authorized agent of

, which has submitted a proposal to, and is

entering into a contract with, the Village of South Holland for the performance of the landscape work for the

as described in the contract documents, and hereby certify on behalf of said company that :

All prices quoted in this Proposal reflect the Illinois Prevailing Wage Act (current version).

and that

The minimum wages, overtime rates and fringe benefits stated in said Act will be paid by

the undersigned Contractor to all laborers, workers, mechanics and owner/operators

employed under this contract including subcontractors and their employees.

and that

Certified Payroll Records must be submitted to the Village of South Holland on a monthly

basis along with a statement affirming that such records are true and accurate in

accordance with all the provisions of (Public Act 94-0515).

Signature

of

Authorized

Agent

of

Contractor

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO BEFORE

me this

day of

, 20____.

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SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS PROPOSAL FORM

PROPOSAL FORM

IMPROVEMENTS TO THE

TOWN CENTER GATEWAY

(NE Corner of South Park Avenue & 162

nd

Street)

DEMOLITION, HARDSCAPE & LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION

VILLAGE OF SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS (OWNER)

TO THE OWNER,

Village of South Holland

1. PROPOSAL

OF:

Name:

Address:

City, State:

Phone:

Fax:

E-Mail Address:

2. BIDDING

DOCUMENTS

The bid prices submitted per this PROPOSAL are based on the following Documents:

A.

DRAWINGS: L-1 DEMOLITION & ELECTRIC PLAN (rev 3-9-18)

L-2

AMENITIES

&

HARDSCAPE PLAN (rev 3-9-88)

L-3 LANDSCAPE PLAN (rev 3-9-18)

L-4

ELECTRICAL

DETAILS

(rev

3-9-18)

B.

PROJECT MANUAL including Notice to Bidders, Instructions to Bidders, Special

Provisions & Certificates, General Conditions and Plant Material/Topsoil and Concrete

Scope and Electrical Scope and Specifications as listed on the Table of Contents

C.

ADDENDA (if any) including:

1)

Addendum

No.

Dated:

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3. BASE

BID

The Base Bid covering all work specified on the bidding documents, in the NOTICE TO

BIDDERS, and itemized on the attached Unit Price Sheets which includes the Scope of Work

outlined in Section 1.3 SCOPE OF WORK in the INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDER as shown and

specified in accordance with the above-referenced Documents for the LUMP SUM of

DOLLARS ($

).

4. SUBCONTRACTORS

The undersigned hereby states the following items of work will not be performed by his own

organization. The following lists all work items and the names and addresses of the

subcontractors who will perform the work:

WORK DESCRIPTION

SUBCONTRACTOR (Name & Address)

5.

In submitting this proposal, the undersigned declares that the only persons or parties interested in

the proposal as principals are those named herein; and that proposal is made without collusion

with any other person, firm or corporation.

6.

The undersigned further declares that he has carefully examined the PROJECT MANUAL

including the Proposal, Drawings, Specifications, form of contract and contract bond, and Special

Provisions (if any), and that he has inspected in detail the site of the proposed work and that he

has familiarized himself with all of the local conditions affecting the contract and the detailed

requirements of construction, and understands that in making this proposal he waives all right to

plead any misunderstanding regarding the same.

7.

The undersigned further understands and agrees that if this proposal is accepted, he is to furnish

and provide all necessary machinery, tools, apparatus and other means of construction, and to do

all of the work, and to furnish all of the materials specified in the contract, except such materials

as are to be furnished by the Owner (if any), in the manner and at the time therein prescribed,

and in accordance with the requirements therein set forth, and is fully responsible for the

construction means, methods, techniques, sequences and safety procedures and programs

incident thereto.

8.

The undersigned declares that he understands that the quantities mentioned are approximate

only and that they are subject to increase or decrease; that he will take in full payment therefore

the amount and the summation of the actual quantities, as finally determined, multiplied by the

unit prices shown in the schedule of unit prices contained herein.

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discrepancy between the gross sum bid and that resulting from the summation of the quantities

multiplied by their respective unit prices, the latter shall apply.

10.

The undersigned further agrees that if the Owner decides to extend or shorten the improvement,

or otherwise alter it by extras or deductions, including the elimination of any one or more of the

items, as provided in the specifications, he will perform the work as altered, increased or

decreased at the contract unit prices.

11.

The undersigned further agrees that the Owner may at any time during the progress of the work

covered by this contract order other work or materials incidental thereto and that all such work

and materials as do not appear in the proposal or contract as a specific item accompanied by a

unit price, and which are not included under the bid price for other items in this contract, shall be

performed as extra work, and that he will accept as full compensation therefore the actual cost

plus fifteen percent (15%)

12.

The undersigned further agrees to execute a contract for this work and present the same to the

Owner within fifteen (15) days after the date of notice of the award of the contract to him.

13.

The undersigned further agrees that he and his surety will execute and present within fifteen (15)

days after the date of notice of the award of contract, a contract bond satisfactory to and in the

form prescribed by the Owner, in the penal sum of the full amount of the contract, guaranteeing

the faithful performance of the work in accordance with the terms of the contract.

14.

The undersigned further agrees to begin work not later than ten (10) days after the execution and

approval of the contract and contract bond, unless otherwise provided, and to prosecute the work

in such manner and with sufficient materials, equipment, labor and safety precautions as will

insure its completion within the time limit specified herein, it being understood and agreed that the

completion within the time limit is an essential part of the contract. The undersigned agrees to

complete the work NO LATER THAN JUNE 15, 2018 after the date of the execution of the

contract by both parties, unless additional time shall be granted by the Owner in accordance with

the provisions of the specifications. In case of failure to complete the work within the time named

herein or within such extra time as may have been allowed by extensions, the undersigned

agrees that the Owner shall withhold from such sums as may be due him under the terms of this

contract, the costs set forth in the specifications, which cost shall be considered and treated not

as a penalty, but as damages due the Owner from the undersigned by reason of inconvenience to

the public, added cost of engineering and construction observation, maintenance of detours, and

other items which have caused an expenditure of public funds resulting from the failure of the

undersigned to complete the work within the time specified in the contract.

15. BID

SECURITY

NONE

REQUIRED

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proposes to perform each item of work; that the extensions must be made by him; and that if not

so done, his proposal may be rejected as irregular.

17.

The undersigned firm certifies that it is not barred from bidding on this contract as a result of a

conviction for the violation of State laws prohibiting bid-rigging or bid-rotating.

18 MATERIAL

SOURCE

DISCLOSURE

The undersigned submits that they intend to obtain the specified materials from the following

sources. The evaluation of the submitted materials sources will be included in the review process

in the award of this work.

Evergreen

Trees___________________________________________________

Dec Shrubs & Shrub Roses__________________________________________

Evergreen

Shrubs__________________________________________________

Ornamental

Grasses________________________________________________

Perennials/Groundcovers_______________________________________

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11/15/2017 Rev 3-9-18 Bidders shall fill in every blank. Unit Price shall be utilized for additions or deductions to the contract. The price shall included all

equipment, materials and labor necessary to furnish and install the following items in strict conformace with the contract drawings and technical specifications.

The quantities supplied are for the Bidder's convenience only. It shall be the Bidder's responsibility to verify all quantities. In the case of a discrepancy, the Drawings shall always take precedence over the listings.

PLANT LIST

SIZE/ UNIT TOTAL

KEY QTY BOTANICAL NAME COMMON NAME TYPE PRICE COST

EVERGREEN TREES

PPSD 2 Picea p. 'Sester's Dwarf' Sester's Dwarf Colorado Spruce 20 g DECIDUOUS SHRUBS & SHRUB ROSES

HB 12 Hydrangea p. 'ILVOBO' Bobo Hydrangea #3

RDA 18 Rosa 'Meimirrote' Apricot Drift Rose #3

RDR 8 Rosa 'Meigalpio' Red Drift Rose #3

SMC 10 Spiraea j. 'Magic Carpet" Magic Carpet Spirea #5 $0.00

EVERGREEN SHRUBS

JBP 6 Juniperus c. 'Blue Pacific' Blue Pacific Juniper #5 JBF 6 Juniperus s. 'Blue Forest' Blue Forest Juniper #5

ORNAMENTAL GRASS

CKF 13 Calamgrostis a. 'Karl Foerster' Feather Reed Grass #1 DPF 13 Deschampsia c. 'Pixie Fountain' Pixie Fountain Tufted Hair Grass #1 SSC 10 Schizachyrium s. 'Carousel' Carousel Little Bluestem #1

SH 6 Sporobolus heterolepis Prairie Dropseed #1 $14.00 $84.00

PERENNIALS

EBS 26 Echinacea x 'Sunrise' Big Sky Sunrise Coneflower #1 $19.00 $494.00

GME 14 Geranium m. 'Espresso' Espresso Geranium #1 $17.00 $238.00

NBW 20 Nepeta r. 'Blue Wonder' Blue Wonder Catmint #1 $10.00 $200.00 PLS 7 Perovskia a. 'Little Spire' Little Spire Russian Sage #1

RNH 2 Rudbeckia n. 'Herbstonne' Autumn Sun Coneflower #2 PLANT LIST SUB-TOTAL

MATERIAL & LABOR LIST:

QTY ITEM DESCRIPTION

6 CY Mulch Shredded Hardwood Bark

6 CY Mulch Compost (Yard Waste or Mushroom) 30 CY Topsoil Supply & Place Imported Topsoil 10 LF Concrete Curb Removal

40 LF Concrete Curb Type 'B'

75 SF Sidewalk Removal

277 SF P.C. Concrete Walk - 5" Depth

277 SF Sub-base Granular Material - 4" Depth Type 'B'

2 LS Pillars - including excavation, leveling 90 mm & 180 mm Brandon course & pillar cap Concrete Piller Units

By Techo-Bloc 45 LF Raised Planter Wall - including 180 mm Brandon Wall

excavation, leveling course, gravel Concrete Units backfill, geo-grid, reinforced soil & By Techo-Bloc wall cap.

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40 LF Raised Planter Wall - including 90m& 180 mm Brandon Wall excavation, leveling course, gravel Concrete Units

backfill, geo-grid, reinforced soil & By Techo-Bloc wall cap.

65 LF 2" Rigid Calvanized Steel Conduit w/ 600V, 3-1C NO.6, 1/C No.8 Ground, (XLP-Type Use)

2 Each Outdoor Outlets Weather Proof GFCI Outlets w/ On-Use Cover 1 LS Landscape Lighting & Wall Graphics See Electrical Scope

1 Each Landscape Handhole

MATERIAL & LABOR LIST SUB-TOTAL

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The  following  Special  Provisions  supplement  the  "Standard  Specifications  for  Road  and  Bridge  Construction", adopted April 1, 2016; the latest editions of the “Supplemental Specifications and Interim  Special Provisions” and the "Illinois Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways"  in effect on the date of the invitation for bids.    This scope of the electrical work is to construct a landscape lighting system for a proposed Town Center  Gateway Area, connected to the existing street lighting system in the Village of South Holland, Illinois.   This  work  shall  consist  of  trenching  and  pushing  electrical  conduit,  installation  of  electrical  wire,  and  installation of the lights and receptacles at the locations shown on the plans.  All standard IDOT pay items  have been estimated according to the 2016 Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction,  adopted April 1, 2016.  All other non‐standard IDOT pay items have been estimated in accordance with  the special provisions set forth in this document at the end of this section. New lights and receptacles  shall be installed in accordance with the contract plans and manufacture recommendations.  The new  system  shall  be  tested  by  the  contractor  and  inspected  by  the  Village.    Pending  a  successful  final  inspection, the contractor shall remain liable for the system, after which time the Village of South Holland  shall assume responsibility for the new lighting.    GENERAL ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS    This special provision replaces Articles 801.01 – 801.07, 801.09 – 801‐16 of the Standard Specifications.    Definition.  Codes, standards, and industry specifications cited for electrical work shall be by definition  the latest adopted version thereof, unless indicated otherwise.    Materials by definition shall include electrical equipment, fittings, devices, motors, appliances, fixtures,  apparatus, all hardware and appurtenances, and the like, used as part of, or in connection with, electrical  installation.    Standards of Installation.  Materials shall be installed according to the manufacturer’s recommendations,  the  NEC,  OSHA,  the  NESC,  and  AASHTO’s  Standard  Specifications  for  Structural  Supports  for  Highway  Signs, Luminaires, and Traffic Signals. 

 

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grounding  conductor.    When  metallic  conduit  is  used,  it  shall  be  bonded  to  the  equipment  grounding  conductor, but shall not be used as the equipment grounding conductor. 

 

Detector  loop  lead‐in  circuits,  circuits  under  50  volts,  and  runs  of  fiber  optic  cable  will  not  require  an  equipment grounding conductor.    Where connections are made to painted surfaces, the paint shall be scraped to fully expose metal at the  connection point.  After the connection is completed, the paint system shall be repaired to the satisfaction  of the Engineer.   

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ELECTRICAL SCOPE  ELECTRIC SCOPE     5  Establish the approximate location and operating condition of lighting systems which may be affected by  the work    Marking of Existing Cable Systems.  The party responsible for maintenance of any existing lighting and/or  traffic  control  systems  at  the  project  site  will,  at  the  Contractor's  request,  mark  and/or  stake,  once  per  location, all underground cable routes owned or maintained by the Village.  Note that the contractor shall  be entitled to only one request for location marking of existing systems and that multiple requests may only  be honored at the contractor's expense.      Condition of Existing Systems.  The Contractor shall conduct an inventory of all existing electrical system  equipment within the project limits, which may be affected by the work, making note of any parts which are  found  broken or  missing, defective or  malfunctioning.   All systems  affected  by the  construction  shall  be  returned at the end of construction in complete, fully operating condition. 

 

Damage  to  Electrical  Systems.    Should  damage  occur  to  any  existing  electrical  systems  through  the  Contractor’s  operations,  the  Engineer  will  designate  the  repairs  as  emergency  or  non‐emergency  in  nature.    Emergency repairs shall be made by the Contractor, or as determined by the Engineer, the Village, or its  agent.  Non‐emergency repairs shall be performed by the Contractor within six working days following  discovery or notification.  All repairs shall be performed in an expeditious manner to assure all electrical  systems are operational as soon as possible.  The repairs shall be performed at no additional cost to the  Village.   

Lighting.    An  outage  will  be  considered  an  emergency  when  three  or  more  lights  on  a  circuit  or  three  successive lights are not operational.      Temporary aerial multi‐conductor cable, with grounded messenger cable, will be permitted if it does not  interfere with traffic or other operations, and if the Engineer determines it does not require unacceptable  modification to existing installations.    Testing.  Before final inspection, the electrical work shall be tested.  Tests may be made progressively as  parts of the work are completed, or may be made when the work is complete.  Tests shall be made in the  presence of the Engineer.  Items which fail to test satisfactorily shall be repaired or replaced.  Tests shall  include  checks  of  control  operation,  system  voltages,  cable  insulation,  and  ground  resistance  and  continuity. 

 

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(1)  Voltage Measurements.  Voltages in the cabinet from phase to phase and phase to neutral,  at  no  load  and  at  full  load,  shall  be  measured  and  recorded.    Voltage  readings  at  the  last  termination of each circuit shall be measured and recorded. 

 

(2)  Insulation Resistance.  Insulation resistance to ground of each circuit at the cabinet, with all  loads connected, shall be measured and recorded. 

 

On  tests  of  new  cable  runs,  the  readings  shall  exceed  50 megohms  for  phase  and  neutral  conductors with a connected load over 20 A, and shall exceed 100 megohms for conductors  with a connected load of 20 A or less. 

 

On  tests  of  cable  runs  which  include  cables  which  were  existing  in  service  prior  to  this  contract, the resistance readings shall be the same or better than the readings recorded at  the maintenance transfer at the beginning of the contract.  Measurements shall be taken with  a megohm meter approved by the Engineer. 

 

(3)  Loads.  The current of each circuit, phase main, and neutral shall be measured and recorded.   The  Engineer  may  direct  reasonable  circuit  rearrangement.    The  current  readings  shall  be  within ten percent of the connected load based on material ratings. 

 

(4)  Ground Continuity.  Resistance of the system ground as taken from the farthest extension of  each  circuit  run  from  the  controller  (i.e.  check  of  equipment  ground  continuity  for  each  circuit) shall be measured and recorded.  Readings shall not exceed 2.0 ohms, regardless of  the length of the circuit.    (5)  Resistance of Grounding Electrodes.  Resistance to ground of all grounding electrodes shall be  measured and recorded.  Measurements shall be made with a ground tester during dry soil  conditions as approved by the Engineer.  Resistance to ground shall not exceed 10 ohms.   

All  test  results  shall  be  furnished  to  the  Engineer  seven  working  days  before  the  date  the  inspection  is  scheduled.    Contract Guarantee.  The Contractor shall provide a written guarantee for all electrical work provided  under the contract for a period of six months after the date of acceptance with the following warranties  and guarantees.    (a)  The manufacturer’s standard written warranty for each piece of electrical material or apparatus  furnished under the contract.  The warranty for light emitting diode (LED) modules, including the  maintained minimum luminance, shall cover a minimum of 60 months from the date of delivery.   

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ELECTRICAL SCOPE  ELECTRIC SCOPE     7  Record Drawings.  Alterations and additions to the electrical installation made during the execution of  the work shall be neatly and plainly marked in red by the Contractor on the full‐size set of record drawings  kept at the Engineer’s field office for the project.  These drawings shall be updated on a daily basis and  shall be available for inspection by the Engineer during the course of the work.  The record drawings shall  include the following:     Cover Sheet   Summary of Quantities, electrical items only   Legends, Schedules and Notes   Plan Sheet   Pertinent Details   Single Line Diagram   Other useful information useful to locate and maintain the systems.    Any modifications to the details shall be indicated.  Final quantities used shall be indicated on the Summary  of Quantities. Foundation depths used shall also be listed.    When the work is complete, and seven days before the request for a final inspection, the set of contract  drawings, stamped “RECORD DRAWINGS”, shall be submitted to the Engineer for review and approval  and  shall  be  stamped  with  the  date  and  the  signature  of  the  Contractor’s  supervising  Engineer  or  electrician.  The record drawings shall be submitted in PDF format on CDROM as well as hardcopy’s for  review and approval.   

 

Post Construction Inspection and Acceptance.     

When  the  electrical  work  is  complete,  tested,  and  fully  operational,  the  Contractor  shall  schedule  an  inspection  for  acceptance  with  the  Engineer  and  Village  no  less  than  seven  working  days  prior  to  the  desired inspection date.  The Contractor shall furnish the necessary labor and equipment to make the  inspection. 

 

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Revise Article 1088.01(a)(3) of the Standard Specifications to read:   

“a.  PVC Coated Steel Conduit.  The PVC coated rigid metal conduit shall be UL Listed  (UL  6).    The  PVC  coating  must  have  been  investigated  by  UL  as  providing  the  primary  corrosion  protection  for  the  rigid  metal  conduit.  Ferrous  fittings  for  general  service  locations  shall  be  UL  Listed  with  PVC  as  the  primary  corrosion  protection. Hazardous location fittings, prior to plastic coating shall be UL listed.    b.  The PVC coating shall have the following characteristics:    Hardness:  85+ Shore A Durometer  Dielectric Strength: 400V/mil @ 60 Hz  Aging:  1,000 Hours Atlas Weatherometer  Temperature  The PVC compound shall conform at 0º F. to Federal Specifications PL‐406b, Method 2051, Amendment 1 of 25 September 1952 (ASTM D 746)  Elongation:  200%    c.  The exterior and interior galvanized conduit surface shall be chemically treated  to enhance PVC coating adhesion and shall also be coated with a primer before  the PVC coating to ensure a bond between the zinc substrate and the PVC coating.   The bond strength created shall be greater than the tensile strength of the plastic  coating. 

d.  The  nominal  thickness  of  the  PVC  coating  shall  be  1  mm  (40  mils).  The  PVC  exterior  and  urethane  interior  coatings  applied  to  the  conduit  shall  afford  sufficient  flexibility  to  permit  field  bending  without  cracking  or  flaking  at  temperatures above ‐1°C (30°F).    e.  An interior urethane coating shall be uniformly and consistently applied to the  interior of all conduit and fittings. This internal coating shall be a nominal 2 mil  thickness. The interior coating shall be applied in a manner so there are no runs,  drips, or pinholes at any point.  The coating shall not peel, flake, or chip off after  a cut is made in the conduit or a scratch is made in the coating.   

f.  Conduit  bodies  shall  have  a  tongue‐in‐groove  gasket  for  maximum  sealing  capability.  The design shall incorporate a positive placement feature to assure  proper installation.  Certified test results confirming seal performance at 15 psig  (positive)  and  25  in.  of  mercury  (vacuum)  for  72  hours  shall  be  submitted  for  review when requested by the Engineer.    g.  The PVC conduit shall pass the following tests:    Exterior PVC Bond test RN1:   

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cuts at one end.  The knife shall then be worked under the PVC coating  for 13 mm (1/2 inch) to free the coating from the metal. 

 

Using  pliers,  the  freed  PVC  tab  shall  be  pulled  with  a  force  applied  vertically and away from the conduit.  The PVC tab shall tear rather than  cause any additional PVC coating to separate from the substrate. 

 

Boil Test:   

Acceptable  conduit  coating  bonds  (exterior  and  interior)  shall  be  confirmed if there is no disbondment after a minimum average of 200  hours in boiling water or exposure to steam vapor at one atmosphere.   Certified  test  results  from  a  national  recognized  independent  testing  laboratory shall be submitted for review and approval.  The  RN1 Bond  Test and the Standard Method for Measuring Adhesion by Tape Test shall  be utilized. 

 

Exterior Adhesion.  In accordance with ASTM D870, a 6" length of conduit  test  specimen  shall  be  placed  in  boiling  water.  The  specimen  shall  be  periodically removed, cooled to ambient temperature and immediately  tested according to the bond test (RN1). When the PVC coating separates  from the substrate, the boil time to failure in hours shall be recorded.   

Interior  Adhesion.  In  accordance  with  ASTM  D3359,  a  6"  conduit  test  specimen shall be cut in half longitudinally and placed in boiling water or  directly above boiling water with the urethane surface facing down. The  specimen shall be periodically removed, cooled to ambient temperature  and tested in accordance with the Standard Method of Adhesion by Tape  Test  (ASTM  D3359).  When  the  coating  disbonds,  the  time  to  failure  in  hours shall be recorded. 

 

Heat/Humidity Test:   

Acceptable  conduit  coating  bonds  shall  be  confirmed  by  a  minimum  average of 30 days in the Heat and Humidity Test.  The RN1 Bond Test  and the Standard Method for Measuring Adhesion by Tape Test shall be  utilized. 

 

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temperature  is  maintained  at  150°F  (66°C)  and  95%  relative  humidity.   When the coating disbonds, the time to failure in hours shall be recorded.      Add the following to Article 1088.01(a)(4) of the Standard Specifications:    “All liquid tight flexible metal conduit fittings shall have an insulated throat to prevent  abrasion of the conductors and shall have a captive sealing O‐ring gasket.  The fittings  shall be Listed under UL 514B.  The insulated throat shall be rated up to 105º C.”      Revise the second paragraph of Article 811.04 of the Standard Specifications to read:    “Expansion fittings and LFNC will not be measured for payment.”      Revise Article 811.05 of the Standard Specifications to read:    This item will not be measured for payment and is included in the cost for LANDSCAPE LIGHTING.    WIRE AND CABLE  Effective: January 1, 2012    Add the following to the first paragraph of Article 1066.02(a):    “The cable shall be rated at a minimum of 90C dry and 75C wet and shall be suitable for  installation in wet and dry locations, and shall be resistant to oils and chemicals.”    Revise the Aerial Electric Cable Properties table of Article 1066.03(a)(3) to read:    Aerial Electric Cable Properties    Phase Conductor  Messenger wire 

Size  Stranding  Average  Minimum  Stranding 

AWG    Insulation  Size   

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“Cable sized No. 2 AWG and smaller shall be U.L. listed Type RHH/RHW and may be Type  RHH/RHW/USE.    Cable  sized  larger  than  No.  2  AWG  shall  be  U.L.  listed  Type  RHH/RHW/USE.” 

   

Revise Article 1066.04 to read:   

“Aerial  Cable  Assembly.    The  aerial  cable  shall  be  an  assembly  of  insulated  aluminum  conductors according to Section 1066.02 and 1066.03.  Unless otherwise indicated, the  cable assembly shall be composed of three insulated conductors and a steel reinforced  bare aluminum conductor (ACSR) to be used as the ground conductor. Unless otherwise  indicated,  the  code  word  designation  of  this  cable  assembly  is  “Palomino”.    The  steel  reinforced  aluminum  conductor  shall  conform  to  ASTM  B‐232.    The  cable  shall  be  assembled according to ANSI/ICEA S‐76‐474.” 

   

Revise the second paragraph of Article 1066.05 to read:   

“The  tape  shall  have  reinforced  metallic  detection  capabilities  consisting  of  a  woven  reinforced polyethylene tape with a metallic core or backing.”    2" RIGID GALVANIZED STEEL CONDUIT WITH 600V, 3‐1C NO.6, 1/C NO.8 GROUND, (XLP‐TYPE USE)    This work shall consist of furnishing and installing cable in rigid galvanized steel conduit in accordance  with Sections 810, 811, and 817 of the Standard Specifications except as modified herein.     This item has been estimated per FOOT for 2" RIGID GALVANIZED STEEL CONDUIT WITH 600V, 3‐1C NO.6,  1/C NO.8 GROUND, (XLP‐TYPE USE) which unit price shall include all material and work described herein.    LANDSCAPE LIGHTING   

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The  following  Special  Provisions  supplement  the  "Standard  Specifications  for  Road  and  Bridge  Construction",  adopted  April  1,  2016  and  the  latest  editions  of  the  “Supplemental  Specifications  and  Interim Special Provisions” in effect on the date of the invitation for bids. 

 

This scope of the concrete work is to remove and replace existing concrete sidewalk and concrete curb to  construct a landscape area, monument and associated lighting for a proposed Town Center Gateway Area.   This work shall consist of removal and replacement of existing concrete sidewalk and curb at the locations  shown  on  the  plans.    All  standard  IDOT  pay  items  shall  be  measured  according  to  the  2016  Standard  Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, adopted April 1, 2016.      PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE SIDEWALK 5 INCH  This item shall consist of constructing portland cement concrete sidewalk, in accordance with Section 424  of the Standard Specifications, at locations detailed in the plans.  PCC sidewalk shall be shall be five inches  (5”) thick with a minimum of four inches (4”) of Aggregate Base Course, Type B.     This work shall be measured per SQUARE FOOT of PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE SIDEWALK 5 INCH and  SQUARE YARD of SUB‐BASE GRANULAR MATERIAL, TYPE B, 4” which unit price will include all materials,  equipment and labor required to complete the work as specified above.    CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT  This item shall consist of the removal and replacement of concrete curb, in accordance with Sections 440  and 606 of the Standard Specifications, by means of a sawed joint (straight) at locations as designated by  the Engineer.  The replaced curb shall be of the same type and size as the removed section.  New curb  shall be tied to existing curb with two ¾ inch diameter x 18‐inch‐long dowel bars, and shall be constructed  in accordance with IDOT Standard Drawing 606001‐07.       This work shall be measured per FOOT of CURB REMOVAL, and CONCRETE CURB, TYPE B which unit price  will include all materials, equipment and labor required to complete the work as specified above. 

 

SIDEWALK REMOVAL 

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SECTION 323223 – SEGMENTAL RETAINING WALLS    SEGMENTAL RETAINING WALLS    323223‐1    PART 1 GENERAL   1.1 SECTION INCLUDES  

A. Concrete segmental retaining wall units. B. Geosynthetic reinforcement.

C. Leveling pad base. D. Drainage aggregate. E. Reinforced Backfill. F. Drainage pipe. G. Geotextile Filter. H. Impervious Materials.  I. Construction Adhesive.   1.2 RELATED SECTIONS   A. Section 310000 - Earthwork.   1.3 REFERENCES

A. American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO): 1. AASHTO M288 Geotextile Specification for Highway Applications. 2. AASHTO Standard Specifications for Highway Bridges.

B. ASTM International (ASTM)

1. ASTM C 140 – Standard Test Methods for Sampling and Testing Concrete Masonry Units and Related Units.

2. ASTM C 1262 - Standard Test Methods for Evaluating the Freeze-Thaw Durability of Manufactured Concrete Masonry Units and Related Concrete Units.

3. ASTM C 1372 - Standard Test Methods for Segmental Retaining Wall Units. 4. ASTM D 448 - Standard Test Methods for Sizes of Aggregate for Road and

Bridge Construction.

5. ASTM D 698 - Standard Test Methods for Laboratory Compaction Characteristics of Soils Using Standard Effort (12,400 ft-lbf/cu ft) (600 kN-m/cu.m.)

6. ASTM D 1556 - Standard Test Methods for Density and Unit Weight of Soil In Place by the Sand Cone Method. 

7. ASTM D 1557 - Standard Test Methods for Laboratory Compaction Characteristics of Soil Using Modified Effort (56,000 ft-lbf/cu ft) (2700 kN- m/cu.m.).

8. ASTM D 2487 - Standard Classification of Soils for Engineering Purposes (Unified Soil Classification System).

9. ASTM D 2922 - Standard Test Methods for Density of Soil and Soil-Aggregate In Place by Nuclear Methods (Shallow Depth).

10. ASTM D 3034 - Standard Specification for Type PSM Poly (Vinyl Chloride) (PVC) Sewer pipe and Fittings.

11. ASTM D 4318 - Standard Test Methods for Liquid Limit, Plastic Limit, and Plasticity Index of Soils.

12. ASTM D 4491 - Standard Test Method for Water Permeability of Geotextiles by the Permittivity Method.

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SEGMENTAL RETAINING WALLS    323223‐2 

 

14. ASTM D 4873 - Standard Guide for Identification, Storage and Handling of Geosynthetics.

15. ASTM D 5084 - Standard Test Method for Measurement of Hydraulic Conductivity of Saturated Porous Materials Using a Flexible Wall Permeameter.

16. ASTM D 5262 - Standard Test Method for Evaluating the Unconfined Tension Creep Behavior of Geosynthetics.

17. ASTM D 5321 - Standard Test Method for Determining the Coefficient of Soil and Geosynthetic or Geosynthetic and Geosynthetic Friction by the Direct Shear Method.

18. ASTM D 5818 - Standard Practice for Obtaining Samples of Geosynthetics from a Test Section for Assessment of Installation Damage.

19. ASTM D 6637 - Standard Test Method for Determining Tensile Properties of Geogrids by the Single or Multi-Rib Tensile Method.

20. ASTM D 6638 - Standard Test Method for Determining Connection Strength Between Geosynthetic Reinforcement and Segmental Concrete Units. 21. ASTM D 6916 - Standard Test Method for Determining the Shear Strength

Between Segmental Concrete Units.

22. ASTM D 6706 - Standard Test Method for Measuring Geosynthetic Pullout Resistance in Soil.

23. ASTM F 405 - Standard Specification for Corrugated Polyethylene (PE) Tubings and Fittings.

24. ASTM G 51 - Standard Test Method for Measuring pH of Soil for Use in Corrosion Testing.

 

C. Federal Highway Administration

1. Elias, V., Christopher, B., and Berg, R., "Mechanically Stabilized Earth Walls and Reinforced Soil Slopes Design and Construction Guidelines", Federal Highway Administration Report No. FHWA-NHI-00-043, March 2001. 2. Elias, V., Christopher, B., and Berg, R., "Corrosion/Degradation of Soil

Reinforcements for Mechanically Stabilized Earth Walls and Reinforced Soil Slopes", Federal Highway Administration Report No. FHWA-NHI-00-044, March 2001.

 

D. National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA)

1. NCMA Design Manual for Segmental Retaining Walls, Second Edition, Second Printing (1997).

 

1.4 DEFINITIONS

 

A. Concrete Segmental Retaining Wall (SRW) Units: Dry-stacked masonry units used as the retaining wall fascia.

 

B. Reinforced Backfill: Soil which is used as fill behind the SRW unit, and within the reinforced soil mass (if applicable).

 

C. Drainage Aggregate: Material used within, between, and directly behind the concrete retaining wall units.

 

D. Stabilized Aggregate: A formulated mix design of clean stone, cement, and water that creates a permeable homogeneous zone (mass). It is obtained by the

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