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CITY OF MONTCLAIRSTANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONSMONTCLAIRSTD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD 6117STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD No.STD 1412STD DETAIL ACURB DETAILSDRIVE APPROACHCROSS GUTTERALLEY INTERSECTIONRIBBON GUTTERSTREET CROSS SECTIONSTANDARD CUL-DE-SACOFFSET CUL-DE-SACSTANDARD KNUCKLE (60' RIGHT-OF-WAY)INTERSECTION SIGHT DISTANCEBARRICADESTREET NAME SIGNSTREET AND OVERHEAD SIGNSSIDEWALK JOINT LOCATION (NMDSP AREA)CENTERLINE TIE NOTESWHEELCHAIR RAMPWHEELCHAIR RAMP AT EXISTING CURB RETURNCATCH BASIN - SEE APWA SPPWC PLAN PLANS 300 THROUGH 312LOCAL DEPRESSIONSIDEWALK DRAIN OUTLET AND PIPE DRAIN THRU CURBWQMP GRAVEL FILTER DETAILSTANDARD PAVING AND TRENCH REPAIRPLATE BRIDGINGECCENTRIC CONE PRECAST CONCRETE MANHOLERESIDENTIAL LATERALSTANDARD CHIMNEY PIPESEWER SADDLESEWER TERMINAL CLEAN-OUTCONCRETE CRADLE & ENCASEMENTMANHOLE FRAME AND COVERSTANDARD PLAN DROP MANHOLEBREAK INTO AND RECHANNEL AN EXISTING MANHOLESAMPLING STATIONSAND INTERCEPTORGREASE INTERCEPTORSTANDARD TREE WELL WITH TREE - SEE APWA SPPWC PLANS 518,519 & 520ROOT BARRIER - SEE APWA SPPWC PLAN 523MICRO TRENCHING

VARIESVARIESGUTTERCURB GRADESTREETSURFACESIDEWALKPROPERTY LINED 5'M INIM UM(UNLESS OTHERW ISE NOTED ON THE PLANS)CURBCL MAIN SEWERVCP REQUIRED IN CITY RIGHT OF WAY4" OR 6" 1/8 BEND4"MINIMUM HOUSECONNECTIONSTOPPERS 1/4" PER FOOT (2.00%) MINIMUM(UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ON THE PLANS)4" OR 6" WYE BRANCHUNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWNON THE PLANSNOTES:1. PIPE MATERIAL TO BE VCP BELL & SPIGOT.APPROVED BY:REGISTEVICILCITY OF MONTCLAIREERINEGNEDRNOEL CASTILLOASTTERESIDENTIAL LATERALIAC 78044C IVILNROF CALIFOSHEET2/5/2021NOEL A. CASTILLOCITY ENGINEERDATENO SCALESTD. PLAN NO. 4021 of 1

12"12"4"OR6"CEMENT MORTARCEMENT MORTAR14" OR 16"7" OR 8"7" OR 8"CEMENT MORTARCEMENT MORTAR4" OR 6"4" OR 6"BBCLASS 450-C-2000 PCC14" OR 16"4"VARIABLEVARIABLECLASS 450-C-2000 PCCMAIN4"SEWER3"3"PIPE16"SECTION A-AELEVATION4"ACLASS 450-C-2000 PCCNOTES:1. THE UPPER END OF THE CHIMNEY PIPE SHALL BE 8 FEETBELOW THE GRADE OF THE LOWER CURB, UNLESSOTHERWISE SPECIFIED.SEWERPIPE4"3. WHERE THE CHIMNEY PIPE IS TO BE USED FOR A SINGLEHOUSE CONNECTION FACE "Y" TOWARD PROPERTY TO BESERVED; WHERE USED FOR HOUSE CONNECTIONS ON BOTHSIDES OF THE SEWER, THE HOUSE CONNECTION ON THERIGHT SIDE OF THE SEWER (LOOKING UP GRADE), SHALL BECONNECTED TO THE "Y" BRANCH BY A 1/8 BEND AND THEHOUSE CONNECTION ON THE LEFT SIDE SHALL BE CONNECTEDTO THE UPPER END OF THE CHIMNEY BY A 4" OR 6" 1/4 BENDUNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.MAIN16"2. WHERE ONE OR TWO HOUSE CONNECTIONS ARE TO BEJOINED TO THE CHIMNEY PIPE, USE A SINGLE "Y" BRANCH,WHERE THREE HOUSE CONNECTIONS ARE TO BE JOINED,USE A DOUBLE "Y" BRANCH.A16"SECTION PLAN B-B4. PIPE MATERIAL TO BE VCP BELL & SPIGOT.APPROVED BY:REGISTEVICILCITY OF MONTCLAIREERINEGNEDRNOEL CASTILLOASTTESTANDARD CHIMNEY PIPEIAC 78044C IVILNROF CALIFOSHEET2/5/2021NOEL A. CASTILLOCITY ENGINEERDATENO SCALESTD. PLAN NO. 4031 of 1

6"GROUND LINECOVERCASTINGTAP & COUNTERSINK16"FOR 4" SET SCREW12"CASTING10"CLASS 450-C-2000 PCCSIDE VIEW18 BEND1" FINGER HOLECLVCP14"SET SCREWSSEWER24"TOP VIEW12"CLASS 450-C-2000 PCC12"WYE BRANCHCLMAIN LINE VCPC24"ASTINGPLUGNOTES:1. CLEAN-OUT PIPE MUST BE SAME DIAMETERAS MAIN LINE SEWER.2. CASTING MAY BE ALHAMBRA FOUNDRY A-1240OR EQUAL.TOP VIEW3. PIPE MATERIAL TO BE VCP BELL & SPIGOT.APPROVED BY:REGISTEVICILCITY OF MONTCLAIREERINEGNEDRNOEL CASTILLOASTTESEWER TERMINAL CLEAN-OUTIAC 78044C IVILNROF CALIFOSHEET2/5/2021NOEL A. CASTILLOCITY ENGINEERDATENO SCALESTD. PLAN NO. 4051 of 1

SECTIONAL ELEVATION B-BSECTIONAL ELEVATION A-AAROWLOCK COURSEVARIABLE12"PLASTERSTRETCHERCOURSESOLDIER COURSEVARIABLECLASS 560C3250 PCC4'-2" (8" PIPE)STEPS4'-8" (10" PIPE)4"VARIABLE18"6"CLASS 560C3250 PCC4'-0" MINOUTLET2"ARCH6"4"COATED W ITH ASPHALT M IN PAINTSTEPS:34"ROUND GALV IRON BARSNOTE:CONCRETE PROTECTION RINGREQUIRED AROUND ALL M ANHOLES4" MINFRAME AND COVER3'10"6"450C2000 P.C.C.SEE DETAIL OF ENCASEM ENT FOR PIPES 18"AND OVER ENCASEPER STD STUBS NOT TO BE ENCASEDENCASE FIRST LENGTH OF PIPE AT ALLINLETS AND OUTLETS W ITH 4"OF CLASSMIN8"FINISHED STREET SURFACE5'-5" MINIMUM20"BNOTES:MINIMUMSTRETCHERCOURSE18"1. CONCRETE BASE: DURING CONSTRUCTION, ALL PIPES SHALL BE RIGIDLYSUPPORTED BY BRICK PIERS ONE FOOT DEEP, LOCATED JUST OUTSIDE THESTRUCTURE. CONSTRUCT TOP OF CONCRETE BASE TWO INCHES BELOWSOLDIERCOURSEINVERT OF LOWEST PIPE. FILL SPACE BENEATH PIPE WITH MORTAR AND SHAVEFROM BOTH SIDES WITH BASE COURSE BRICK TO FORM A WATER TIGHT JOINT.STEPA14"OLE4"2. BASE OR FAN COURSE: LAY BRICK FLAT ON RADIAL LINES WITH TOPS TO4'-0"ø3. ARCHES: LAY SPELLED BRICK ON EDGE TO FORM A TRUE RADIAL ARCHWITH FULL MORTAR JOINT AROUND ALL PIPE OPENINGS. TURN ARCH OF4"TWO SUCH COURSES OVER PIPES 15" OR MORE IN DIAMETER.4. SOLDIER COURSES: LAY INSIDE BRICK ON RADIAL LINES WITH FIRST FOUR24"MA18"M INANHSAME LEVEL.VARIABLEVARIABLECOURSES VERTICAL. LAY SUCCEEDING COURSES WITH A UNIFORM BATTERTO OBTAIN AN INSIDE DIAMETER OF "B" AT TOP OF LAST OR FRACTIONALSOLDIER COURSE. USE SPLIT BRICK TO CLOSE SOLDIER COURSES.BASE COURSE(FAN COURSE)4"5. STRETCHER COURSES: LAY OUTSIDE BRICK FLAT IN A DEEP BED OF MORTAR.SHAVE BRICK HARD TOGETHER AGAINST ADJACENT SOLDIER COURSE.BSECTIONAL PLAN OF BASE6. ROWLOCK COURSE: LAY LAST COURSE OF BRICK ON EDGE ACROSS SOLDIER4"AND STRETCHER COURSES, ON RADIAL LINES, WITH TOPS PARALLEL AND "A"INCHES BELOW FINISHED GRADE. SEE SCHEDULE.CLASS 450-C-20007. STEPS: SET LOWER STEP ON TOP OF THIRD SOLDIER COURSE AND NOTCHPCC4"BRICK ABOVE. PLACE UPPER STEP IMMEDIATELY BELOW ROW LOCK COURSEAND PROJECT THREE INCHES. IF UPPER INVERT OF DROP MANHOLE IS MORETHAN FOUR FEET ABOVE SHELF. SET ONE STEP ON EACH SIDE OF STRUCTURE4"AT RIGHT ANGLES TO END NO MORE THAN FOUR FEET BELOW THE ABOVE INLET.4"CROSS SECTION OF ENCASEMENT8. JOINTS: INSIDE JOINTS SHALL BE NEATLY STRUCK AND POINTED AND SHALLSECTIONAL ELEVATION B-BCHANNEL BASENOT EXCEED38 INCH IN THICKNESS.4"9. CHANNEL BASE: THE DEPTH OF CHANNEL IN CHANNEL BASE SHALL BE23OF PIPE DIAMETER FOR PIPES 15" OR LESS, AND SHALL EQUAL THE PIPE12"PILASTERSHELF2"DIAMETER FOR PIPES 18" OR LARGER. FOR SPECIAL CHANNELS IN TRAPOR GAUGING MANHOLES SEE SPECIAL PLANS.CHANNELBASE10.PRECAST CONC. MANHOLES: USE CLASS 560-C-3250 PCC ENCASEMENTBASECONC DROP MANHOLES.CLASS 560-C-3250 PCC11.PIPE MATERIAL TO BE VCP BELL & SPIGOT.APPROVED BY:REGISTEVICILCITY OF MONTCLAIREERINEGNEDRSTANDARD PLANNOEL CASTILLOASTTEDROP MANHOLEIAC 78044C IVILNROF CALIFO4"AROUND DROP INLET PIPE INSTEAD OF BRICKWORK FOR ALL PRECASTSHEET2/5/2021NOEL A. CASTILLOCITY ENGINEERDATENO SCALESTD. PLAN NO. 4081 of 1

2'-0" MINGRIND AND CAP4" DEEP 24" MINAND GUTTER(SEE NOTE 16A)1'0"M INEXISTING CURBWIDTH(SEE NOTE 8)FACE OF GUTTER1'-6" MINREMOVE AND REPLACEFULL DEPTH ASPHALTWITH B MIX 18" MINCL2'-0" MINTACKCONDUITSZONEOF TRENCHNATIVE MATERIALNOTE 12)(SEEBOTTOM1"M INCEM ENT SANDEXISTING BASESLURRY (2500 PSI)1'4"MINCOATFIRSTINSTALLEDCONDUIT1" MIN TO 2"MAX WIDTHTYPICAL MICROTRENCH SECTION(INTEGRAL CURB AND GUTTER SHOWN)NOTES:ALL WORK SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATEST STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKSCONSTRUCTION (SSPWC) "GREENBOOK" ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF MONTCLAIR.GENERAL:1.MICRO-TRENCHING SHALL ONLY BE USED TO INSTALL TELECOMMUNICATION CONDUITS.2.MICRO-TRENCHING SHALL NOT BE ALLOWED IN CONCRETE PAVED STREETS, NOR SIDEWALKS, PARKWAYS, CURBS AND GUTTERS.3.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL IDENTIFY ALL EXISTING UTILITIES, INCLUDING SERVICE CONNECTIONS IN THE FIELD. THE CONTRACTOR SHALLCONTACT UNDERGROUND SERVICE ALERT (U.S.A.) AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO START OF WORK AT 8-1-1, OR TOLL-FREE AT 1-800-422-4133.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURTHER SUPPLEMENT THE FINDINGS OF U.S.A. TO DETERMINE THE EXACT LOCATIONS AND DEPTHS OF ALL UTILITIESBY USING A MOBILE GROUND PENETRATING RADAR SYSTEM. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL POTHOLE ALL CROSSING UTILITIES AND PARALLEL UTILITIESWITHIN 18-INCHES OF THE PROPOSED ALIGNMENT TO A DEPTH OF 6-INCHES BELOW THE BOTTOM OF THE MICRO-TRENCH, TO DETERMINE THEEXISTING UTILITY ALIGNMENT AND ELEVATION. POTHOLES SHALL BE IMMEDIATELY BACKFILLED AND COMPACTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THESPECIFICATIONS OR RESTORED AS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER.4.IF EXISTING UTILITIES ARE DAMAGED, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY THE INSPECTOR, ENGINEER AND UTILITY OWNER TO PERFORMTHE REPAIRS PROMPTLY ACCORDING TO THEIR REQUIREMENTS AND PER ASSOCIATED CITY PERMITS.5.THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHALL BE SUBMITTED BY THE CONTRACTOR TO THE ENGINEER FOR APPROVAL:A. PROVIDE A DETAILED SITE PLAN INCLUDING EXISTING CONDITIONS AND PROPOSED SCOPE OF WORK IN DETAIL.B. A STREET CROSS-SECTION THAT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:(1) THE CURB AND GUTTER, ASPHALT CONCRETE (AC) ROADWAY APPROXIMATE THICKNESS, BASE, DEPTH AND WIDTH OF MICRO-TRENCH,DEPTH OF TOPMOST CONDUIT, DISTANCES OF MICRO-TRENCH TO FACE OF GUTTER, CURB, CONCRETE PAVEMENT OR STRUCTURE ASAPPLICABLE, AND BACKFILL MATERIAL.(2) AC REINSTATEMENT INCLUDING WIDTH AND DEPTH OF GRIND AND CAP, STARTING FROM GUTTER FACE, CURB, SLAB OR STRUCTURE ASAPPLICABLE.C. DETAIL SHOWING CONDUIT FROM MAIN MICRO-TRENCH ALIGNMENT TO LATERAL SURFACE CONNECTIONS INCLUDING TO ANY JUNCTION/PULL BOX.INCLUDE SPECIFIC INFORMATION OF DEPTH, SIZE, AND METHOD OF EXCAVATION BELOW EXISTING CURB AND GUTTER.D. CUT SHEETS OF THE PROPOSED EQUIPMENT PARTICULARLY SUITABLE FOR MICRO-TRENCHING, INCLUDING:(1) MICRO-TRENCHER CAPABLE OF MEETING TARGET DEPTH AND WIDTH IN A SINGLE PASS WITH AN INTEGRAL HOOD AND ASSOCIATED VACUUMSYSTEM. SELECTION OF CUTTING WHEEL SHALL BE SUCH THAT IT MINIMIZES DAMAGE TO THE ADJACENT AC SURFACE.(2) MOBILE CONCRETE/SLURRY PLACEMENT WITH AN ON-BOARD VIBRATOR AND NARROW TROUGH TO MATCH MICRO-TRENCH WIDTH.(3) MOBILE GROUND PENETRATING RADAR SYSTEM THAT IS CAPABLE OF LOCATING BOTH METALLIC AND NON-METALLIC PIPES AND CABLES TOA DEPTH OF 24-INCHES.E. OTHER SITE SPECIFIC ITEMS AS REQUIRED BY THE ENGINEER.APPROVED BY:REGISTEVICILCITY OF MONTCLAIREERINEGNEDRNOEL CASTILLOASTTEMICROTRENCHING DETAILIAC 78044C IVILNROF CALIFOSHEET3/9/2021NOEL A. CASTILLOCITY ENGINEERDATENO SCALESTD. DETAIL A1 of 2

LIMITS OF REMOVALS, TRENCH WIDTH, AND LOCATION6. THE MICRO-TRENCH SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED WITH CONTINUOUS UNIFORM STRAIGHT AND NEAT EDGES.7. MICRO-TRENCH ALIGNMENTS SHALL CONSIST OF RUNS PARALLEL TO THE CENTERLINE OF THE STREET. STREETCROSSING MAY BE DONE PROVIDED THE ALIGNMENT IS PERPENDICULAR TO THE STREET CENTERLINE TO THE EXTENTPOSSIBLE.8. THE EDGE OF THE MICRO-TRENCH SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 24-INCHES FROM THE EXISTING FACE OF THE GUTTER,EXISTING CONCRETE STRUCTURE, OR CURB IF GUTTER IS NOT PRESENT.9. THE MICRO-TRENCH WIDTH SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 1-INCH AND A MAXIMUM OF 2-INCHES.10. MICRO-TRENCHING MAY BE PERMITTED UPON THE ENGINEER'S DISCRETION ON SPECIAL PAVEMENTS SUCH ASDECORATIVE ASPHALT PAVING, AND THROUGH EXISTING IMPROVEMENTS SUCH AS PERPENDICULAR TO SPEED BUMPS.SPECIAL PAVEMENTS AND EXISTING IMPROVEMENTS SHALL BE RESTORED IN KIND AS APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER.HOWEVER, MICRO-TRENCHING THROUGH EXISTING CURB, GUTTER, CROSS GUTTER, BUS PAD, SIDEWALK, FLOATINGCURB EXTENSION, BUS BULB, TRUCK PILLOW, RAISED CROSSWALK, ISLAND, MINI-ROUNDABOUT, OR SIMILAR ELEMENTSIS NOT PERMITTED.11. UP TO TWO (2) VERTICALLY STACKED CONDUITS CAN BE PLACED WITHIN A MICRO-TRENCH.12. THE CONDUIT SHALL BE INSTALLED AT A MINIMUM DEPTH OF 24 INCHES BELOW THE EXISTING AC PAVEMENT SURFACE,AND THE BOTTOM OF THE MICRO-TRENCH SHALL BE AT A MINIMUM DEPTH OF 24 INCHES BELOW THE EXISTING ACPAVEMENT SURFACE.13. ANCHORS/SPACERS SHALL BE PLACED AT A MAXIMUM OF 10-FEET APART ALONG THE ALIGNMENT TO ENSURE THECONDUIT DOES NOT RISE FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE MICRO-TRENCH AND DOES NOT TOUCH THE WALLS OF THEMICRO-TRENCH DURING INSTALLATION.BACKFILL14. ALL MICRO-TRENCHES SHALL BE COMPLETELY BACKFILLED WITH A CEMENT SAND SLURRY 2500 PSI TO FINISH GRADEBY THE END OF THE WORK DAY.GRIND AND RESURFACE SECTION15. COMMENCEMENT OF SURFACE PREPARATION SUCH AS GRINDING/CHIPPING FOR ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVINGREPLACEMENT WILL OCCUR NO SOONER THAN 48 HOURS AFTER SLURRY BACKFILL OF TRENCH. FIELD CONDITIONS ORMATERIAL USED MAY NECESSITATE A LONGER WAIT AS DETERMINED BY THE INSPECTOR.16. AS SOON AS BACKFILL HAS CURED, NOT TO EXCEED 30 CALENDAR DAYS, ASPHALT CONCRETE SHALL BE GROUND ANDCAPPED AS FOLLOWS:A. EXISTING AC AND SLURRY BACKFILL SHALL BE GROUND DOWN FULL DEPTH OF EXISTING ASPHALT FOR A WIDTH OF 18-INCHESFROM BOTH EDGES OF THE MICRO-TRENCH AND RESURFACED WITH CLASS B ASPHALT AND BINDER GRADE PER GREENBOOK.B. TACK COAT ALL EDGES WITH EITHER SS-1H EMULSIFIED ASPHALT OR PG 64-10 PAVING ASPHALT IMMEDIATELYBEFORE THE ADJOINING ASPHALT CONCRETE IS PLACED. ''NO TRAK TAC".C. CAP COURSE SHALL BE GROUND 4" DEEP AT MIN 24" WIDE.D. WHERE ANGULAR CROSSING OR ANY LENGTH-WISE CUTS OF A BIKE LANE OCCUR BY MICROTRENCHING, THECAPPING LIMITS SHALL EXTEND THE FULL WIDTH OF THE BIKE LANE. PERPENDICULAR CROSSINGS MAY RECEIVETYPICAL CAPPING WIDTH PER NOTE 16.A. ABOVE. PAVEMENT MARKINGS SHALL BE RESTORED IN KIND. WHERE NOBIKE LANE MARKINGS EXIST, CONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH THE ENGINEER TO DETERMINE LOCATION OFANY PLANNED BIKE LANES SO THAT IMPACT OF PAVEMENT SURFACE MAY BE AVOIDED.E. PAVEMENT SHALL BE LEVEL WITH ADJACENT ROADWAY ELEVATIONS AND SHALL PROVIDE A SMOOTH SURFACEPER GREENBOOK SECTION 302-5 AND SUBJECT TO ACCEPTANCE BY THE INSPECTOR.VAULTS AND SERVICE CONNECTIONS17. CONNECTION TO SERVICE LATERALS, JUNCTION BOXES, ETC., SHALL BE DONE SUCH THAT CURB AND GUTTER IS NOTDISTURBED, SETTLED OR DAMAGED. REMOVAL LIMITS OF SIDEWALK SHALL FOLLOW APPLICABLE STANDARDS ANDREQUIREMENTS AS APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER.18. THE USE OF HYDRO-JETTING IS NOT PERMITTED. TRENCHLESS METHODS SHALL NOT CREATE A VOID TWO TIMESGREATER THAN CONDUIT. VOID SHALL BE COMPACTED AND BACKFILLED WITH APPROVED CONTROLLEDLOW-STRENGTH MATERIAL (CLSM).IDENTIFICATION19. SHALL INCLUDE TRACKER WIRE FROM VAULT TO VAULT.APPROVED BY:REGISTEVICILCITY OF MONTCLAIREERINEGNEDRNOEL CASTILLOASTTEIAC 78044MICROTRENCHING DETAILC IVILNROF CALIFOSHEET3/9/2021NOEL A. CASTILLOCITY ENGINEERDATENO SCALESTD. DETAIL A2 of 2

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