Addendum1DEMOLISH THE EXISTING JUNCTION BOX ANDAPRON. INSTALL 10' OF SCHEDULE 80 2" CONDUITCONCRETED TO CONNECT WITH THE NEWPEDESTRIAN SIGNAL POLE. REPLACE EXISTINGWITH A NEW TYPE 2 JUNCTION BOX AND APRON.DEMOLISH THE EXISTING JUNCTION BOX ANDAPRON. INSTALL 25' OF SCHEDULE 80 2" CONDUITCONCRETED TO CONNECT WITH THE MAINJUNCTION BOX AT THE CONTROLLER CABINET.REPLACE WITH A NEW TYPE 2 JUNCTION BOX ANDAPRON.PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL1610"34"2""15 1 4"26COVER"½12"30CONSTRUCT NEW 5' WIDE SIDEWALK WITH 2' CURBAND GUTTER. ADA RAMPS WITH TRUNCATEDDOMES ARE REQUIRED AT THE CROSSING.21"SIZE IWIRE REINFORCEMENT1214 ¼"58"INSTALL A NEW PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL POLE WITHCONCRETE BASE, 8' SIGNAL POLE, PEDESTRIANSIGNAL HEAD, AUDIBLE SIGNAL, PUSH BUTTON,SIGN, AND ALL APPURTENANCES. INSTALL 115'OF 12 AWG 7 CONDUCTOR 7 STRANDED TRAFFICSIGNAL WIRE IMSA 20-1 600V TO CONNECT WITHTHE TRAFFIC SIGNAL CABINET.12"3 4"19 ¼"22DEMOLISH CONCRETE APRON AND INSTALL NEW 2"SCHEDULE 80 CONDUIT TO THE EXISTING ACTIVEELECTRICAL POWER PULL BOX AND REPLACE OLDTYPE 1 PULL BOX WITH A NEW SIMILAR BOX.SIZE IIWIRE REINFORCEMENTCONCRETE PULL BOXSIZE I & IIREMOVE EXISTING VIDEO DETECTION CAMERASAND SYSTEM AND INSTALL 4 NEW THERMALDETECTION CAMERAS WITH NEW TRAFFICDETECTION SYSTEM.CONSTRUCT NEW 5' WIDE SIDEWALK WITH 2' CURBAND GUTTER. ADA RAMPS WITH TRUNCATEDDOMES ARE REQUIRED AT THE CROSSING.INSTALL A NEW PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL POLE WITHCONCRETE BASE, 8' SIGNAL POLE, PEDESTRIANSIGNAL HEAD, AUDIBLE SIGNAL, PUSH BUTTON,SIGN, AND ALL APPURTENANCES. INSTALL 225'OF 12 AWG 7 CONDUCTOR 7 STRANDED TRAFFICSIGNAL WIRE IMSA 20-1 600V TO CONNECT WITHTHE TRAFFIC SIGNAL CABINET.NOTE: 1. THERMAL CAMERAS THAT WILL REPLACE THE EXISTING VIDEO CAMERAS WILLREQUIRE NEW BRACKETS AND FITTINGS. THE OLD VIDEO CAMERAS AND BRACKETSTHAT ARE REMOVED WILL BE DELIVERED TO DPW TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT.2.DEMOLISH CONCRETE APRON AND INSTALL NEW 2"SCHEDULE 80 CONDUIT (6') TO ACTIVE EXISTINGELECTRICAL POWER PULL BOX AND REPLACE OLDTYPE 1 PULL BOX WITH A NEW SIMILAR BOX.PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL AND THERMALCAMERA SYSTEM GOOD HOPERETURN SALVAGEABLE JUNCTION BOX LIDS TO DPW TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT.Sheet 1 of 263601-1100 &63601-6000
DEMOLISH CONCRETE APRON AND INSTALL NEW 2"SCHEDULE 80 CONDUIT TO THE EXISTING ACTIVEELECTRICAL POWER PULL BOX AND REPLACE OLDTYPE 1 PULL BOX WITH A NEW SIMILAR BOX.CONSTRUCT NEW 5' WIDE SIDEWALK WITH 2' CURBAND GUTTER. ADA RAMPS WITH TRUNCATEDDOMES ARE REQUIRED AT THE CROSSING.INSTALL A NEW PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL POLE WITHCONCRETE BASE, 8' SIGNAL POLE, PEDESTRIANSIGNAL HEAD, AUDIBLE SIGNAL, PUSH BUTTON,SIGN, AND ALL APPURTENANCES. INSTALL 115'OF 12 AWG 7 CONDUCTOR 7 STRANDED TRAFFICSIGNAL WIRE IMSA 20-1 600V.DRAINOWAGE FLREMOVE EXISTING VIDEO DETECTION CAMERASAND SYSTEM. INSTALL 4 NEW THERMAL DETECTIONCAMERAS WITH NEW TRAFFIC DETECTION SYSTEM.DEMOLISH THE EXISTING JUNCTION BOX ANDAPRON. INSTALL 95' OF SCHEDULE 80 2" CONDUITCONCRETED TO CONNECT WITH THE NEWPEDESTRIAN SIGNAL POLE AND TRAFFIC SIGNALJUNCTION BOX. REPLACE EXISTING WITH A NEWTYPE 2 JUNCTION BOX AND APRON.CONSTRUCT NEW 5' WIDE SIDEWALK WITH 2' CURBAND GUTTER. ADA RAMPS WITH TRUNCATEDDOMES ARE REQUIRED AT THE CROSSING.INSTALL A NEW PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL WITH,PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL HEAD, AUDIBLE SIGNAL, PUSHBUTTON, SIGN, AND ALL APPURTENANCES, ATTACHTO EXISTING SIGNAL POLE. INSTALL 320' OF 12AWG 7 CONDUCTOR 7 STRANDED TRAFFIC SIGNALWIRE IMSA 20-1 600V THROUGH EXISTING SIGNALPOWER CONDUITS.PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL AND THERMALCAMERA SYSTEM WILLIAMS DELIGHTSheet 2 of 263601-1100 &63601-6000
1. Poles are designed to support the following:A. Luminaire Effective Projected Area (EPA): 1.55 SFB. Weight: 75 lb.2. Shop Drawings: This Index is considered fully detailed, only submit shop drawings for minor modifications notincluded in the Plans.3. Materials:A. Pole, Pole Connection Extrusions and Arm Extrusions: ASTM B221, Alloy 6063-T6 or Alloy 6061-T6B. Bars, Plates, Stiffeners and Backer Ring: ASTM B221, Alloy 6063-T6C. Caps and Covers: ASTM B-26, Alloy 319-FD. Steel Bearing Plate: ASTM A709 or ASTM A36 Grade 36E. Aluminum Weld Material: ER 4043F. Transformer and Frangible Base Materials: ASTM B26 or ASTM B108, Alloy 356-T6G. Bolts, Nuts and Washers:a. Shoe Base Bolts: ASTM F3125, Grade A325, Type 1b. Nuts: ASTM A563 Grade DH Heavy-Hexc. Washer: ASTM F436 Type 1H. Anchor Bolts, Nuts, and Washers:a. Anchor Bolts: ASTM F1554 Grade 55b. Nuts: ASTM A563 Grade A Heavy-Hexc. Plate Washer: ASTM A36I. Stainless Steel Fasteners: ASTM F593 Alloy Group 2, Condition A, CW1 or SH1J. Nut Covers: ASTM B26 (319-F)K. Concrete: Class 1L. Reinforcing Steel: Specification 4154. Fabrication:A. Weld Arm and Pole (Alloy 6063) in the T4 temper using 4043 filler. Age the Arm and Pole artificially to the T6temper after welding.B. Transverse welds are only allowed at the base.C. Roadway Light Pole Taper: Taper as required to provide a round top O.D. of 6” and a base O.D. of 8" for 20' and25' mounting heights and 10" O.D. for poles with 30' to 50' mounting heights. Portions of the pole near the baseshoe and at the arm connections may be held constant to simplify fabrication.D. Median Barrier Mounted Light Pole Taper: Taper as required to provide a 6” O.D. round top with an 11” x 7” O.D.oblong base. Portions of the pole near the base and at the arm connections may be held constant at 11”x7” oblong and 6” round respectively to simplify fabrication.E. Provide 'J', 'S' or 'C' hook at top of pole for electrical wires.F. Equip poles located on bridges, walls and concrete median barriers/Traffic Railings with a vibration damper.G. Perform all welding in accordance with AWS D1.2.H. Embedded Junction Box (EJB):a. Weld all seams continuously and grind smooth.b. Hot Dip Galvanize after Fabrication.c. Provide a watertight cover with neoprene gasket and secure cover with galvanized screws.I. For Median Barrier Mounted Aluminum Light Poles, the fabricator must demonstrate the ability to produce a crackfree pole. The fabricator’s Department-approved QC Plan must contain the following information prior tofabrication:a. Tests demonstrating a pole with a 1 4” wall thickness achieves and ultimate moment capacity of 36 kip*ft inthe strong axis and 30 kip*ft in the weak axis.b. Tests demonstrating a pole with a 5#16” wall thickness achieves an ultimate moment capacity of 44 kip*ft inthe strong axis and 37 kip*ft in the weak axis.c. Test results showing the pole does not buckle at the shape transition area under the ultimate momentcapacity loads.d. Complete details and calculations for the reinforced 4”x 6” (Min.) handhole located 1’-6” above the base plate.J. Identification Tag: (Submit details for approval.)a. 2” x 4” (Max.) aluminum identification tag.b. Locate on the inside of the transformer base and visible from the door opening.c. Secure to transformer base with 18” diameter stainless steel rivets or screws.d. Include the following information on the ID Tag:1. Financial Project ID2. Pole Height3. Manufacturer’s Name5. Coatings/Finish:A. Pole and Arm Finish: 50 grit satin rubbed.B. Galvanize Steel Bolts, Screws, Nuts and Washers: ASTM F2329C. Hot Dip Galvanize EJB and other steel items including poles and plate washers: ASTM A1236. Construction:A. Foundation: Specification 455, except payment for the foundation is included in the cost of the pole.B. Frangible Base, Base Shoe, and Clamp:a. Certify that the Clamp, Frangible Transformer Base, and Base Shoe Design are capable of providing the required capacity.b. Certify the Base conforms to the current FHWA required AASHTO Frangibility Requirements, tested underNCHRP Report 350 Guidelines (e.g. Akron Foundry TB1-17).c. Do not erect pole without Luminaire attached.7. Embedded Junction Box (EJB): Install EJBs per Note 4 and in accordance with Specification 635, as shown on the following Sheets.8. Wind Speed by Territory:165 MPHPuerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, Northern Mariana IslandsTYPICAL STREETLIGHTING PLANSheet 1 of 663602-2000
Pole Pole6" Ø Pole top with Cast AluminumCap attached to pole with 3Stainless Steel Set Screws (Typ.)For Fixture Arm Details(See Sheet 3) (Typ.)See Sheet 3 (Typ.)3'-0"Fixture Arm Length(12')25' Mounting Height (Conventional)SECTIONA-AInternal Vibration DamperTransition zonefrom round shapeto oblong shape4"x6" (Min.) Handholewith reinforced frameand cover with HexHead screws.Pole Base in Base ShoeCasting (See Sheet 4)Frangible/ BreakawayTransformer Base(See Sheet 4)Begin PoleTaper(Typ.)2'-6"StraightFinished GradeFinished Grade2'-6" Ø Concrete Foundation(See Details on Sheet 4)STANDARD ROADWAYALUMINUM LIGHT POLEW/ARMSTANDARD ROADWAYALUMINUM LIGHT POLEW/TOP MOUNTMEDIAN BARRIER MOUNTED ALUMINUM LIGHT POLEON CYLINDRICAL FOUNDATIONTYPICAL STREETLIGHTING PLANSheet 2 of 663602-2000
16 of Wiring Hole in Poleat of Upper Arm for1" Min. I.D. Rubber Grommet3.625" (ArmA1)4.625" (ArmA2)4" Min. Radius at BendFillet Weld Arm TubetoConnection Extrusion.0.250" (Arm A1)0.313" (Arm A2)ConnectionExtrusionSuppliedby Vendor23 8"1 " Wall Thickness8 (Nominal)3 " Ø Tapped8Hole7 "83L 3x2x18"x23 4"LongSECTIONA-A1 "16Deep811 2" High TempVinyl Cap (both ends)(See Cap Details)1 "Ø4Sphericalsurface11 2" Ø x 111 4" longASTM A36 Hot Rolled Rod2" x 12" Long Sch. 10Aluminum Pipe ASTMB221 Alloy 6063-T617 "8VerticalAxis1Dimple (see Detail)Press on orWelded CapAt Lower Arm16Upper Arm &Lower Arm381 4" Provide 2" Ø WiringHole in ConnectionExtrusion at Baseof Upper Arm Only1 " Ø x 3" Bar Each2 of Arms, ExtrudedSideSaddle, or OtherAcceptableConnection7 "8Upper Arm8L 3x2x18"x23 4" Long(Typ.) Pole3 " Ø Tapped8Hole13 8" 13 8"23 8" O.D. PipeBeyondThis Point - See ArmTube Extrusion Note Fixture ArmASTM D2287PVC Type 655003 " Ø Tapped8HoleLevel11 2"Upper Arm TubeSee Arm SectionAbove23 4"3'-0" (8' and 10' Fixture Arm Lengths)5'-6" (12' and 15' Fixture Arm Lengths)11 2"2" Nominal Pipe SizeSlipfitter (23 8" O.D.)forLuminaire Attachment3 " Chamfer4(Typ.)Double arm configurationis only for Median BarrierMounted Aluminum Light Poles1See ArmConnectionDetail43 " Ø Tapped8Hole11 2"ID2" x 12" Long Sch. 10Aluminum Pipe ASTMB221 Alloy 6063-T6HIGH TEMPVINYL CAPDETAILStrut - 11 " O.D. x 0.125(Min.) 2Lower Arm Tube See Arm Section AboveProvide 18" (Min.) Drain Holes in Underside of ArmTubes 112" From the Base WeldPole Connection Extrusion (Typical)See General Notes on Sheet 1 forMaterial SpecificationARM TUBE EXTRUSIONS NOTES: Arm atFace of PoleProvide 12" Ø StainlessSteel Bolts with Hex Nutsand 2-118" O.D. Flat Washersand a Split Lockwasher Each Sideof Pole where Shown.ARM AND DAMPER DETAILSAt the pole connections, provide arm tube extrusions with dimensions asshown. Uniformly transition elliptical section to a cylindrical section atthe arm connection.The fabricator may substitute elliptical cross sections other than thosetabulated, provided the section properties about the vertical axis and thearea of the section equal or exceed that of the required section, andprovide minimum wall thickness of 18" nominal and within the AluminumAssociation Tolerances.The outside diameter about the minor axis should be held at 23 8" at theupper and lower arms.TYPICAL STREETLIGHTING PLANSheet 3 of 663602-2000
Tie Bars * Pole & Arm2Ƅ" ϕSlots for Cast Aluminum BaseShoe 13ƀ" Bolt Circle8 - #7 BarsEqually SpacedFOR STANDARD ALUMINUM LIGHT POLES 35404550TOP VIEWTRANSFORMER BASEA1-P1A1-P215A1-P1A2-P1A1-P2A2-P28, 1012, 15A1-P1A2-P1A1-P2A2-P2A1-P3A2-P3POLETABLESlots for 15" Bolt Circle55 16"Pole1'-3" Ø4 - Equally SpacedAnchor Bolts Orientedas Shown when theShaft is Installed.Pole WallThicknessTop ofBase ShoeWeldInside ofBase ShoeWeldP00.15635P10.1563"16"161 "45 "165"32"321 "45 "16P20.250P30.313POLE NOTES:1. Pole wall thicknesses shown are nominal and mustbe within the Aluminum Association tolerances.2. Thicker walls are permitted and tapered walls may beused in accordance with the minimum AluminumAssociation thicknesses.Anchor Bolt, See Notein Pole Base Elevation3ƀ"BOTTOM VIEWTRANSFORMER BASETOP MOUNT POLETABLE1" ChamferFOR STANDARD ALUMINUM LIGHT POLESWITH TOP MOUNTFillet Weld Outside ofPole to Top of Base Shoe:(See Pole Table)AssemblyHeight(ft)8" or 10"Pole Base O.D.2025Cast AluminumPressure MountedNut Cover - BoltedAttachment Optional3ƀ"Conduit withElbow 1" Min.(Typ.)DoubleNuts (Typ.)165 mph8, 10, 1255 16"Typical45 Typ.140 mph8, 10, 12, 15ARM POLE NOTES:1. See ARM SECTION detail on Sheet 3 for all A1 and A2Values.2. See Pole Table for all P1, P2, and P3 values.3. For Median Barrier Mounted Pole, Use Arm A1.4. For 20' and 25' assembly heights use only 8' or 10' armA1 with P0.'-6" Ø Pole & ArmWind Speed and Arm Lengths (ft)120 mph#6 AWG Bare GroundWire Cast in Concreteor Placed in ConduitFillet Weld Butt of Poleto Inside of Base Shoe:(See Pole Table)Pole Wall Thickness(See Pole Table)Wind Speed and Arm Lengths (ft)120 mph140 mph165 mphPole P0Pole P0Pole P0Pole P1Pole P1Pole P2Pole P23035Pole P1404550Cast Aluminum BaseShoe(See GeneralNotes onSheet 1)Shoe Base Bolt withNut and WasherPole '-0"Bolt Min.Embedment2'-6"3'-6"3'-6"3'-6"Class I Concrete may beCast-in-Place or PrecastWith "Flowable Fill" BackfillFOUNDATION NOTES:1. Depths shown are for slopes equal to or flatter than 1:4. For slopes steeperthan 1:4 and equal to or flatter than 1:2 add 2'-6" to foundation depths shown.2. Foundation Tie Bars: #4 Tie Bars @ 12" centers (max.) or D10(or W10) spiral @ 6" pitch, 3 flat turns top and 1 flat turn bottom.Cast AluminumFrangible/BreakawayTransformer Base. SeeGeneral Notes on Sheet 1Anchor Bolt and Washeras Required by ApprovedBreakaway TransformerBase Manufacture (Typ.)POLE AND BASE DETAILS FOR ROADWAY ALUMINUM LIGHT POLETYPICAL STREETLIGHTING PLANSheet 4 of 663602-2000
1 "211 4" Ø AnchorBoltthreaded 8" min.top and bottomNOTE:Stiffener Plate1 "x5"x101 "22Bendas shown(2 required)1 "R2(Typ.)21 4" Base Plate& Light Pole1 "4Min.1. For locations of Bearing Plates, Base Plates and Detail'A' see Sheets 6 & 7.2. Double Nuts: The bottom hex nut may be substituted bya half-height 'jam' nut.3. Provide individual nut covers (not shown) for each bolt.4. Pole wall thicknesses shown are nominal and shall be withinthe Aluminum Association Tolerances. Thicker walls arepermitted and tapered walls may be used in accordancewith the minimum Aluminum Association thicknesses.Double NutsSee Note 2130 (Typ.)1 " Plate4WasherBase PlateLeveling Nut1 " Plate4Washer13 4"71 4"71 4"312"13 4"1 Bolt Dia. (Max.)312"112" ØHole (Typ.)Galv. Couplerpermitted (Typ.)FullPenetration Weld Base Plate& Light PoleTop ofTraffic Railing312"ARM LENGTH(FT)DESIGNMOUNTINGHEIGHT (FT)FILL HEIGHT(FT) Base Plate& Light Pole"ØHole16(Typ.)312"1 "2 151 "x3" Backer4Ring13 4"21 4"POLEWALL (IN)8, 10, 128, 10, 128, 10, 12H 4" Øole21 4"13 4"WINDSPEED(MPH)FullPenetration WeldStiffener Plate (seeStiffener Plate Detail)11 4"21 2" Base Plate& Light PoleOuter Wall of Pole11 4"21 2"21 2"11 4"Pole Wall: (See Note 4)0.250" (120 and 140mph)0.313" (160 mph)1 "x3" Backer4Ring1'-212"412"Stiffener Plate3 "815 16" ØHole (Typ.)21 2"11 4"1 "x3" Backer4Ring3 "4Full penetration weldw/ 3 8"x3 4" filletreinforcing 112" ØHole (Typ.)BASE PLATE DETAILS FOR MEDIAN BARRIER MOUNTED ALUMINUM LIGHT POLETYPICAL STREETLIGHTING PLANSheet 5 of 663602-2000
71 4" Light Pole9ƀ"71 4"WINDSPEED(MPH)Anchor BoltsDESIGNMOUNTINGHEIGHT (FT)FOUNDATIONDEPTH(FT)Base PlateAnchor Bolts& Base Plate(See Sheet 5)Bars 5V @ 8" (Typ.) Roadway ConcreteBarrier Wall3'-3"#5 Bars, 6'-10" long (Typ.)Construction Joint (Typ.)See Roadway Plans Pole & Arm1" Exp. Jt. Materialwith Rigid Pavementonly1"4'-1""21 2er ier)Co.vBarr(TypOptional Const. Jt.(See Note 2)#5 Bars1" Chamfer#7 BarsBearing Plate#4 Bars (Typ.) 1'-0" x 1'-3" x 6" (Typ.)VIEW B-B(Anchor Bolts andBarrier Longitudinal Steel& Stirrups Not Shown)25 Embedded Junction Box (EJB)See Sheet 6 for DetailsMedian Barrier(Index 521-001)6"Min.Median Barrier(Index 521-001)20'-0" Min.20'-0" Min.1" Ø ConduitExtendSpacingBars 5Vto Fit EJB4 1 1 " Ø AnchorBolts 4#5 Bars, 6'-10" long (Typ.)See Detail 'A'Sheet 5#7 Bar(8 Reqd.)Tie Bars *1La'-0"pOptionalConstructionJoint (Typ.)(See Note 2)Bars 5V @ 8" Sp.Max. (Typ.) Pole & Arm (Typ.)8 - #7 BarsEqually SpacedVaries8'-3" to 9'-3"2" Cover(Typ.)1'-0"( 12")1'-6"61 4" 512" 61 4"Bearing Plateƅ" Ø x 20'Grounding Rod8 #7 Bars(equally spaced)2" Ø ConduitClass I Concrete may beCast-in-Place or Precastwith "Flowable Fill" Backfill2'-6" ØNOTE:Deviate 2" Ø Conduit toavoid cylindrical foundation.NOTES:1. For Bearing Plate and Base Plate Details,see Sheet 5.2. For connections to adjacent MedianBarrier, use the Doweled Joint detail perIndex 521-001. Alternatively, a continuousconcrete pour or a construction joint may besubstituted; these alternatives require theMedian Barrier's longitudinal steel to lap aminimum of 2'-0" with the longitudinal steelshown herein.'-6" Ø1" Ø Conduitfor grounding2'-9"GutterLine3'-3"3'-2"Tie Bars *6"6"* #4 Tie Bars @ 12" centers (max.)orD10 (or W10) spiral @ 6" pitch, 3 flatturns top and 1 flat turn bottom.CYLINDRICAL FOUNDATION DETAILS FOR MEDIAN BARRIER MOUNTED ALUMINUM LIGHT POLETYPICAL STREETLIGHTING PLANSheet 6 of 663602-2000
BID SCHEDULEIFB NO.PROJECT NO. VI-0066(013)CONTRACTOR’S NAME:CITYSTATEZIP CODEThe undersigned Contractor proposed to furnish all labor, tools, equipment, machinery, and supplies for Street Light Installation on the MelvinEvans Highway from the Hannah’s Rest Intersection to the Williams Delight Intersection on Route 66 subject to all conditions and requirementsof the Standard Specifications for Construction of Roads and Bridges on Federal Highway Projects, FP-14 as revised and amended and theContract ROX.QUANT.23 EAITEM AND UNITPRICE BI DS (IN WORDS)CONCRETE POLE BASE3,500 LFELECTRICAL SYSTEM – 2” PVC,SCHEDULE 40 CONDUIT AND FITTINGS, 24”DEPTH, WITH DETECTABLE WARNINGTAPE4,000 LFELECTRICAL SYSTEM - 10 AWG, 3CONDUCTOR ELECTRICAL WIRED-2UNITPRICEAMOUNTDOLLARS/CENTSDOLLARS/CENTS
PROJECT NO. VI-0066(013)ITEMNO.APPRX.QUANT.ITEM AND UNITPRICE BIDS (IN WORDS)UNITPRICEDOLLARS/CENTS63611-0800ELECTRICAL SYSTEM - 2 AWG, THHN, 3CONDUCTOR ELECTRICAL WIRE4,000 LF63612-0000156 EALUMINARE - LED 190 WATTS WITHPHOTOCELL70 EACOMPLETE STREET LIGHT POLE - 25’HEIGHT ALUMINUM POLE WITH 12’ ARM,BREAKAWAY BASE AND ALLAPPURENTENANCES63620-000063640-01002 EAREPAIRS AND UPGRADES TO ELECTRICALPOWER SYSTEM PER NEC 2020D-3AMOUNTDOLLARS/CENTS
IFB NO.PROJECT NO. VI-0066(013)ATTENTION: See notes at the beginning of this unit price schedule.TOTAL AMOUNT OF THIS PROPOSAL, BASED ON ENGINEER’S ESTIMATE OF QUANTITIES IS AS FOLLOWS:DOLLARS CENTS BIDDER’S SIGNATURED-4
Addendum2AkzoNobel Surface ChemistryRediset WMX Premium warm-mix additive for superior, long-lasting roads
2GeneralThe construction and maintenance ofour road network inevitably consumesraw materials and uses energy, leadingto carbon emissions. But these environmental impacts can be reduced by usinglow energy processes, by re-using andrecycling materials wherever possible, byutilizing local aggregate sources, and bybuilding durable roadways, which minimizethe need for replacement and the trafficdelays associated with roadworks.Warm-mix is a process for the productionof asphalt mixes at lower than traditionaltemperatures, thus reducing fuel consumptionand carbon footprint. It also virtually eliminatesvapors and aerosols generated in the pavingprocess, thereby providing a better workingenvironment for the paving crew. Rediset WMXis an additive that not only allows the processingof asphalt mixes at lower temperatures, butalso allows the compaction of asphalt mixescontaining high contents of reclaimed asphaltpavement (RAP). By enhancing the adhesionof the bitumen to the aggregate, Rediset WMXalso allows the utilization of a wider range ofaggregates and provides longer-lasting roadwaysresistant to the effects of aging and water.Rediset WMX Provides:1 Modified mixes with superior workability andcompaction compared to other warm-mixtechnologies.4 Good heat stability – treated bitumen canbe stored hot for two weeks without anynegative effect on performance. G ood results at reduced temperatures(typically 30ºC lower) even with difficultto-compact mixes such as stone masticasphalts ( SMAs), Polymer ModifiedBitumen ( PMB ) and crumb-rubbermodified (CRM) mixes.5 Unmatched versatility – works with a widespectrum of bitumens, aggregates and mixes.2 Active adhesion and antistripping effect tomeet any concerns about higher moisturelevels in the aggregate resulting from thelower mixing and drying temperatures.Modified mixes that can be opened to traffic7 sooner than other warm-mix technologiesand much sooner than hot-mixes.3 The possibility to use higher dosage levelsif needed, without compromising bitumenproperties.6 Extended silo storage for asphalt mixes atrequired temperatures, with no loss of itswarm-mix and adhesion promoter properties.
3Compaction aidRediset WMX can be used to reduce mixingand compaction temperatures or solely as acompaction aid. Its ability to significantly improvecompaction has been demonstrated in variousprojects around the world. In some cases, themixes can be produced at higher temperaturesand hauled over longer distances for paving andstill get good compaction.Cold weather and night pavingEnhanced compaction is especially useful duringthe cooler conditions at the beginning and endof the paving season, or while paving at night.Good compaction with PG 76-22 polymer-modified asphalt mix in Dallas, TX, USin cool weather conditions (5 C).The compaction process should result in thecorrect density (air voids) of the asphalt mixture.Failure to meet design density is likely to leadto early deformation, moisture damage andreduced service life of the pavement. In coldconditions, a conventional hot mixture may coolrapidly during transport to the job site, and onceplaced on the road, making compaction difficult.The result could be low density (high air voids).Adding Rediset WMX to the binder changes thesurface chemistry of the mix and makes it easierto compact. The warm-mix additive can be usedas a compaction aid at small dosages such as1 percent by binder weight or 0.06 percent bythe weight of the total asphalt mix. Rediset WMXhas been successfully used as a compactionaid in difficult-to compact mixes such as stonemastic asphalt, crumb-rubber-modified mixesand polymer-modified mixes.Excellent compaction with stone mastic asphalts (SMAs) in Beaumont, TX, US.
4Adhesion promoterAdhesion and strippingStripping, caused by water displacement of bitumen, will eventually lead tochip loss, pot holes, rutting and ravelling, and ultimately to early pavementfailure. Rediset WMX is formulated to improve the adhesion betweenthe aggregate and the bitumen and prevent stripping, thus prolongingthe service life of the road (Figures A and B). The resulting decrease inthe need for more materials, production and construction will lower theimpact on the environment significantly.In some regions local aggregates have a high stripping tendency andsuitable aggregates may need to be brought in from far afield. RedisetWMX provides an adhesion promoting effect, which can allow the useof local aggregates and consequently reducing energy and emissionsassociated with transport of materials.Active adhesionThe lower mixing temperatures made possible by warm-mix technologiesmay lead to some residual water remaining in the aggregate, which couldprevent the aggregate from being fully coated, or lead to future moisturedamage. The active adhesion agent contained in Rediset WMX will enablethe modified asphalt mix to displace water from the aggregate surface,enabling not only the coating of the aggregate but also the creation of astrong chemical bond between the aggregate and bitumen that is resistantto the action of water.Indirect tensile strength ratio data comparing reference mix with and withoutantistripping agent Wetfix AP17 prepared at 150 C (302 F) with Rediset WMXtreated mix at 120 C (248 F). Data from a study by the Development Fund ofthe Swedish Construction Industry (SBUF)Hamburg wheel tracking testHamburg wheel track data from PaveTex, TX, US. The test measuresboth deformation and water sensitivity of the mixture. Texas Type Dsurface course with 5.2% PG 70-28 bitumen
5Warm-mixWarm-mix technology enables asphalt mixes to be produced effectivelyat lower temperatures. Mixes modified with Rediset WMX are producedand compacted at temperatures 30 C or 54 F lower than temperaturesfor regular hot mixes. The lower production temperatures made possibleby the use of Rediset WMX cut fuel consumption by up to 25 percent(Figure C). Additionally, compaction made possible by the use of RedisetWMX is superior despite the lower temperatures (Figure D).Reducing the temperature of the mix behind the paver by more than30ºC virtually eliminates vapors and aerosols (Figures E and F). This isespecially true for polymer-modified and crumb rubber modified mixeswhich, because of the higher paving temperatures typically used for thesedifficult-to-compact mixes, would otherwise create huge amounts of fumesbehind the paver.Measurement of fumes above the screed in SBUF project in Sweden, PMB mix
6Additional benefitsHeat stabilityRediset WMX designed withversatility in mindRediset WMX is a solid additive in the form of pastilles and designedin such a manner that it does not have a negative effect on the binderin its high-temperature or low-temperature properties of bitumen at awider dosage level (Table 1).A tank of PG 76-22 binder modified with 2% Rediset WMX was storedfor nine days at a temperature of 170-175 C (340 to 350ºF). This bitumenwas used in a trial after nine days without any loss in performance.Table 1: PG Data with a binder with and without RedisetBinderPG 76-22Rediset WMX has heat-stable ingredients. Rediset WMX-modified bitumencan be stored in hot conditions for two weeks without altering the warm-mixproperty or the anti-stripping property of Rediset WMX. This has beendemonstrated in the laboratory (Figure H) and in field trials.PG 76-22PG 64-222% RedicotePG 64-222% Rediset1.491.051.432.512.88Original binderG*/sin delta at10rads/s kPaat 76 C or 64 C1.31RTFOT ResidueG*/sin delta (kPa)at 10 rad/sec, kPaat 76 C or 64 3.6642.668PAV ResidueBBR s, 60s, MPa at - 12 C146154200122BBR m, 60s at - 12 C0.3140.3140.3370.363PG grade maintained76 - 2276 - 2264 - 2264 - 22 Pressure Aging Vessel Bending Beam RheometerRediset WMX can beused with a wide spectrum of mixesRediset WMX is designed to work with a wide spectrum of asphalts,aggregates and mixes, so it isn’t necessary to use a different additivefor different mixes. This has been clearly demonstrated in field projectsinvolving different mixes and grades of asphalt in many countries aroundthe world (Figure G).Figure G: Countriesin which trials andprojects have beencompleted
7Rediset WMX-modified mixes can bestored for extended periods of timeRediset WMX-modified mixes do not require water to function as a warmmix and so, unlike foamed mixes, Rediset WMX-modified mixes will notlose their warm-mix property when stored for lengthy periods. They willremain workable over these periods as long as they are maintained atthe required temperature for compaction, which is typically 30 C or 54 Flower than that required for hot mixes.Early opening to trafficRediset WMX-modified mixes can be opened to traffic after compactionmuch earlier than regular hot-mix and sooner than other warm-mixtechnologies. This is especially advantageous when paving in residentialareas or where there is a lot of cross traffic. An SMA warm-mix projectwith Rediset WMX, when completed in Texas, USA, in Spring 2010, wasopened to traffic within a half-hour to one hour after compaction. Anequivalent hot-mix project would have been opened to traffic after fourhours (Figure C). The Quality Control manager commented that a regularhot-mix project opened to traffic at such a short time would have fallenapart completely.Figure CRecommendeddosage andmethodof additionof Rediset WMXRecommended dosage levels% Rediset by the weight of the binderCompaction aid0.5-1.0Warm mix1.0-1.5%standard bitumen30 C/60 F reductionWarm mix1.5-2.0%Polymer ModifiedBitumen and SMA30 C/60 F reductionImproved workability2.0-3.0%Hand-laid mixesRediset WMX is a solid additive that is suppliedin bead/pastille form in 50-lb bags or in supersacks as required. It can be pre-blended intothe asphalt binder or it can be directly dosedinto the mixer at the hot-mix plant, as follows:1 Add into the binder feed collar leading into thebatch mixer while the binder is being dosedor add to the aggregate mix immediately afterthe binder is added and then mixed.2 Add directly into the aggregate mixing drumby dosing through the RAP collar or the linenear the RAP collar.3 Hold in a smaller heated tank above 120 C(250 F) as a molten liquid and inject into thebinder line supplying the batch or drum mixerthrough dosing meters.Good compaction and earlier opening to traffic at SMA Project with RedisetWMX at a busy intersection in Jasper, TX, US.
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