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PW Third and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements ProjectCITY OF SAN RAFAEL Department of Public Works 111 Morphew Avenue San Rafael, CA 94901 Public Works Contract for Projects up to $175,000 This public works contract ("Contract") is entered into by and between the City of San Rafael ("City") and DC Electric Group, Inc. ("Contractor"), a corporation authorized to do business in California, for work on the City's Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements project (City Project No. 11315) ("Project"), and is effective on`�tI,�� 20gy ("Effective Date"). The parties agree as follows: 1. Scope of Work. Contractor will perform and provide all labor, materials, equipment, supplies, transportation, and any and all other items or services necessary to perform and complete the work required for the Project ("Work"), as specified in Exhibit A, Scope of Work, and according to the terms and conditions of this Contract, including all attachments to the Contract and any other documents and statutes incorporated by reference. To the extent that any attachment contains provisions that conflict or are inconsistent with the terms set forth in the body of this Contract, the Contract terms will control. This Project requires a valid California contractor's license for the following classification(s): A 2. Contract Documents. The Contract Documents incorporated into this Contract include and are comprised of all of the documents listed below: 2.1 Notice Inviting Bids; 2.2 Contract; 2.3 Addenda, if any; 2.4 Exhibit A — Scope of Work; 2.5 Exhibit B — Payment, Performance, and Bid Bonds; 2.6 Exhibit C — Noncollusion Declaration; 2.7 Exhibit D — Bid Schedule; 2.8 Exhibit E — Subcontractor List. 3. Contract Price. As full and complete compensation for Contractor's timely performance and completion of the Work in strict accordance with the terms and conditions of the Contract, City will pay Contractor $28,280 and a construction contingency of $10,000 for a total not -to -exceed $38,280 (the "Contract Price") for all of Contractor's direct and indirect costs to perform the Work, including all labor, materials, supplies, equipment, taxes, insurance, bonds and all overhead costs, in accordance with the payment provisions contained herein. 3.1 Payment. Contractor must submit an invoice on the first day of each month during the Contract Time, defined in Section 3 below, and/or upon completion, for the Work performed during the preceding month, itemizing labor, materials, equipment and any incidental costs incurred. Contractor warrants that title to all work, materials and equipment incorporated into the Work will pass to City free of any claims, liens, or encumbrances upon payment to Contractor. 3.2 Payment and Performance Bonds. If the Contract Price is over $25,000, then Contractor must provide City with a payment bond and a performance bond using the bond forms included in this Contract as Exhibit B, Bond Forms, and submit the bonds with the executed Contract. Each bond must be issued by a surety admitted in California. If an issuing surety cancels a bond or becomes insolvent, Contractor must provide a substitute bond from a surety acceptable to City within seven days after written notice from City. If Contractor fails to substitute an acceptable surety within the specified time, City may, Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11315 Page 1 Approved by City Attorney, dated 02/27/2020 in its sole discretion and without prior notice to Contractor, purchase such bond(s) at Contractor's expense and deduct the cost from payments otherwise due to Contractor, or terminate the Contract. 4. Time for Completion. Contractor will fully complete the Work within 6 months from the date the City authorizes Contractor to proceed with the Work ("Contract Time"). 5. Liquidated Damages. If Contractor fails to complete the Work within the Contract Time, Contractor must pay liquidated damages in the amount of $500 per day for each day of unexcused delay in completion. 6. Standard of Care. All Work must be provided in a manner that meets or exceeds the standard of care applicable to the same type of work in the City of San Rafael. Contractor must promptly correct, at Contractor's sole expense, any Work that the City determines is deficient or defective. 7. Permits and Licenses. Contractor, at its sole expense, must obtain and maintain during the term of this Contract, all appropriate permits, certificates and licenses including, but not limited to, the required California contractor's license and a City business license. 8. Indemnification. Contractor will indemnify, defend with counsel acceptable to City, and hold harmless to the full extent permitted by law, City, its governing body, officers, agents, employees, and volunteers from and against any and all liability, demands, loss, damage, claims, settlements, expenses, and costs (including, without limitation, attorney fees, expert witness fees, and costs and fees of litigation) (collectively, "Liability") of every nature arising out of or in connection with Contractor's acts or omissions with respect to this Contract, except such Liability caused by the active negligence, sole negligence, or willful misconduct of the City. This indemnification obligation is not limited by any limitation on the amount or type of damages or compensation payable under Workers' Compensation or other employee benefit acts, or by insurance coverage limits, and will survive the expiration or early termination of this Contract. City will notify Contractor of any third -party claim pursuant to Public Contract Code section 9201. 9. Insurance. Contractor will, at all times under this Contract, maintain the insurance coverage required in this section to cover the activities of Contractor and any subcontractors relating to or arising from performance of the Work. Each policy must be issued by a company licensed to do business in California, and with a strength and size rating from A.M. Best Company of A -VIII or better. Contractor must provide City with certificates of insurance and required endorsements as evidence of coverage with the executed Contract, or through the PINSAdvantage website https://www.pinsadvantage.com/ upon request by the City, and before the City authorizes Contractor to proceed with the Work. 9.1 Workers' Compensation. Statutory coverage is required by the California Workers' Compensation Insurance and Safety Act. If Contractor is self-insured, it must provide its duly authorized Certificate of Permission to Self -Insure. In addition, Contractor must provide employer's liability insurance with limits of no less than one million dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury or disease. 9.2 Liability. Commercial General Liability ("CGL") insurance issued on an occurrence basis, including coverage for liability arising from Contractor's or its subcontractor's acts or omissions in performing the Work, including Contractor's protected coverage, blanket contractual, products and completed operations, broad form property damage, vehicular coverage, and employer's non -ownership liability coverage, with limits of at least $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 general aggregate. 9.3 Automotive. Commercial automotive liability coverage for owned, non -owned and hired vehicles must provide coverage of at least $2,000,000 combined single limit per accident for bodily injury, death, or property damage. 9.4 Subrogation Waiver. Each required policy must include an endorsement that the insurer waives any right of subrogation it may have against the City or the City's insurers. Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11315 Page 2 Approved by City Attorney, dated 02/27/2020 9.5 Required Endorsements. The CGL policy and the automotive liability policy must include the following specific endorsements: (1) The City, including its Council, officials, officers, employees, agents, volunteers and consultants (collectively, "Additional Insured") must be named as an additional insured for all liability arising out of the operations by or on behalf of the named insured, and the policy must protect the Additional Insured against any and all liability for personal injury, death or property damage or destruction arising directly or indirectly in the performance of the Contract. (2) The inclusion of more than one insured will not operate to impair the rights of one insured against another, and the coverages afforded will apply as though separate policies have been issued to each insured. (3) The insurance provided is primary and no insurance held or owned by City may be called upon to contribute to a loss ("primary and non-contributory"). (4) Any umbrella or excess insurance must contain or be endorsed to contain a provision that such coverage will also apply on a primary or non-contributory basis for the benefit of City before the City's own insurance or self-insurance will be called upon to protect it as a named insured. (5) This policy does not exclude explosion, collapse, underground excavation hazard, or removal of lateral support. 10. Labor Code Compliance. Unless the Contract Price is $1,000 or less, the Contract is subject to all applicable requirements of Chapter 1 of Part 7 of Division 2 of the Labor Code, beginning at section 1720, and the related regulations, including but not limited to requirements pertaining to wages, working hours and workers' compensation insurance. Contractor must also post all job site notices required by laws or regulations pursuant to Labor Code section 1771.4. 10.1 Prevailing Wages. Each worker performing Work under this Contract that is covered under Labor Code section 1720 or 1720.9, must be paid at a rate not less than the prevailing wage as defined in sections 1771 and 1774 of the Labor Code. The prevailing wage rates are on file with the City Engineer's office and are available online at http://www.dir.ca.gov/DLSR. Pursuant to Labor Code section 1775, Contractor and any subcontractor will forfeit to City as a penalty up to $200 for each calendar day, or portion of a day, for each worker paid less than the applicable prevailing wage rate, in addition to paying each worker the difference between the applicable wage rate and the amount actually paid. 10.2 Working Day. Pursuant to Labor Code section 1810, eight hours of labor consists of a legal day's work. Pursuant to Labor Code section 1813, Contractor will forfeit to City as a penalty the sum of $25 for each day during which a worker employed by Contractor or any subcontractor is required or permitted to work more than eight hours during any one calendar day, or more than 40 hours per calendar week, unless such workers are paid overtime wages under Labor Code section 1815. All Work must be carried out during regular City working days and hours unless otherwise specified in Exhibit A or authorized in writing by City. 10.3 Payroll Records. Contractor and its subcontractors must maintain certified payroll records in compliance with Labor Code sections 1776 and 1812, and all implementing regulations promulgated by the Department of Industrial Relations ("DIR"). For each payroll record, Contractor and its subcontractors must certify under penalty of perjury that the information in the record is true and correct, and that it has complied with the requirements of Labor Code sections 1771, 1811, and 1815. Unless the Contract Price Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11315 Page 3 Approved by City Attorney, dated 02/27/2020 is under $25,000, Contractor must electronically submit certified payroll records to the Labor Commissioner as required under California law and regulations. 10.4 Apprentices. If the Contract Price is $30,000 or more, Contractor must comply with the apprenticeship requirements in Labor Code section 1777.5. 10.5 DIR Monitoring, Enforcement, and Registration. This Project is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the DIR pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5, and, subject to the exception set forth below, Contractor and any subcontractors must be registered with the DIR to perform public works projects. The registration requirements of Labor Code section 1725.5 do not apply if the Contract Price is for under $25,000. 11. Workers' Compensation Certification. Under Labor Code section 1861, by signing this Contract, Contractor certifies as follows: "I am aware of the provisions of Labor Code section 3700 which require every employer to be insured against liability for workers' compensation or to undertake self- insurance in accordance with the provisions of that code, and I will comply with such provisions before commencing the performance of the Work on this Contract." 12. Termination. 12.1 Termination for Convenience. City reserves the right to terminate all or part of the Contract for convenience upon written notice to Contractor. Upon receipt of such notice, Contractor must: immediately stop the Work, including under any terms or conditions that may be specified in the notice; comply with City's instructions to protect the completed Work and materials; and use its best efforts to minimize further costs. In the event of City's termination for convenience, Contractor waives any claim for damages, including for loss of anticipated profits from the Project. If City terminates the Contract for convenience, City will only owe Contractor payment for the Work satisfactorily performed before Contract termination, as well as five percent of the total value of the Work performed as of the date of notice of termination or five percent of the value of the Work yet to be completed, whichever is less, which is deemed to cover all overhead and profit to date. 12.2 Termination for Default. The City may terminate this Contract for cause for any material default. Contractor may be deemed in default for a material breach of or inability to perform the Contract, including Contractor's refusal or failure to supply sufficient skilled workers, proper materials, or equipment to perform the Work within the Contract Time; refusal or failure to make prompt payment to its employees, subcontractors, or suppliers or to correct rejected work; disregard of laws, regulations, ordinances, rules, or orders of any public agency with jurisdiction over the Project; lack of financial capacity to complete the Work within the Contract Time; or responsibility for any other material breach of the Contract requirements. If City terminates the Contract for cause, City will only owe Contractor payment for the Work satisfactorily performed before Contract termination. 13. Dispute Resolution. Any dispute arising under or related to this Contract is subject to the dispute resolution procedures of Public Contract Code sections 9401 and 20104 et. seq., which are incorporated by reference. 14. Waiver. A waiver by City of any breach of any term, covenant, or condition in this Contract will not be deemed a waiver of any subsequent breach of the same or any other term, covenant, or condition contained herein, regardless of the character of any such breach. 15. Warranty. Contractor guarantees and warrants the Work and the materials used or provided for the Project for a period of one year, beginning upon City's acceptance of the Work for the Project as complete ("Warranty Period"). During the Warranty Period, upon notice from the City of any defect in the Work or the materials, Contractor must, at its sole expense, promptly repair or replace the defective Work or materials, including repair or replacement of any other Work or materials that is or are displaced or damaged during the warranty work, excepting any damage resulting from ordinary wear and tear. Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11315 Page 4 Approved by City Attorney, dated 02/27/2020 16. Worksite Conditions. 16.1 Clean and Safe. Contractor must maintain the Work site and staging and storage areas in a clean and neat condition and must ensure it is safe and secure. On a daily basis the Contractor must remove and properly dispose of debris and waste materials from the Work site. 16.2 Inspection. Contractor will make the Work accessible at all times for inspection by the City. 16.3 Hazardous Materials. Unless otherwise specified in the Contract documents, this Contract does not include the removal, handling, or disturbance of any asbestos or other hazardous materials, as identified by any federal, state, or local law or regulation. If Contractor encounters materials on the Project site that Contractor reasonably believes to be asbestos or other hazardous materials, and the asbestos or other hazardous materials have not been rendered harmless, Contractor may continue Work in unaffected areas reasonably believed to be safe, but must immediately cease Work on the area affected and report the condition to City. No asbestos, asbestos -containing products or other hazardous materials may be used in performance of the Work. 16.4 Utilities, Trenching and Excavation. As required by Government Code section 4215, if, during the performance of the Work, Contractor discovers utility facilities not identified by City in the Contract documents, Contractor must immediately provide written notice to City and the utility. In performing any excavations or trenching work, Contractor must comply with all applicable operator requirements in Government Code sections 4216 through 4216.5. If the trenching or excavation extends deeper than four feet below the surface, then it must also comply with Public Contract Code section 7104. 17. Records. Unless otherwise specified in Exhibit A, Contractor must maintain and update a separate set of as -built drawings while the Work is being performed, showing changes from the Work as planned in Exhibit A, or any drawings incorporated into this Contract. The as -built drawings must be updated as changes occur, on a daily basis if necessary. 18. Conflicts of Interest. Contractor, its employees, subcontractors and agents, may not have, maintain or acquire a conflict of interest in relation to this Contract in violation of any City ordinance or policy or in violation of any California law, including under Government Code section 1090 et seq. and under the Political Reform Act as set forth in Government Code section 81000 et seq. and its accompanying regulations. Any violation of this Section constitutes a material breach of the Contract. 19. Non -Discrimination. No discrimination will be made in the employment of persons under this Contract because of the race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, gender or sexual orientation of such person. 20. Independent Contractor. City and Contractor intend that Contractor will perform the Work under this Contract as an independent contractor. Contractor is solely responsible for its means and methods in performing the Work. Contractor is not an employee of City and is not entitled to participate in health, retirement or any other employee benefits from City. 21. Assignment of Unfair Business Practice Claims. Under Public Contract Code section 7103.5, Contractor and its subcontractors agree to assign to City all rights, title, and interest in and to all causes of action it may have under section 4 of the Clayton Act (15 U.S.C. section 15) or under the Cartwright Act (Chapter 2 (commencing with section 16700) of Part 2 of Division 7 of the Business and Professions Code), arising from purchases of goods, services, or materials pursuant to the Contract or any subcontract. This assignment will be effective at the time City tenders final payment to Contractor, without further acknowledgement by the parties. 22. Notice. Any notice, billing, or payment required by or pursuant to the Contract documents must be made in writing, signed, dated and sent to the other party by personal delivery, U.S. Mail, a reliable Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11315 Page 5 Approved by City Attorney, dated 02/27/2020 overnight delivery service, or by email as a PDF (or comparable) file. Notice is deemed effective upon delivery unless otherwise specified. Notice for each party must be given as follows: City: Address: 111 Morphew Street City/State/Zip: San Rafael, CA 94901 Phone: (415) 458-5347 Attn: Shawn Graf, Junior Engineer Email: Shawn.Graf aacityofsanrafael.org Contractor: Name: DC Electric Group, Inc. Address: 605 W. Sierra Ave City/State/Zip: Cotati, CA 94931 Phone: (707) 992-0141 Attn: Tim Carter Email: tim(@dcelectricarouD.com 23. General Provisions. 23.1 Compliance with All Laws. Contractor will comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations including, but not limited to, unemployment insurance benefits, FICA laws, conflict of interest laws, and local ordinances. Work may only be performed by qualified and experienced workers who are not employed by the City and who do not have any contractual relationship with City, with the exception of this Contract. 23.2 Provisions Deemed Inserted. Every provision of law required to be inserted in the Contract is deemed to be inserted, and the Contract will be construed and enforced as though such provision has been included. If it is discovered that through mistake or otherwise that any required provision was not inserted, or not correctly inserted, the Contract will be deemed amended accordingly. 23.3 Assignment and Successors. Contractor may not assign its rights or obligations under this Contract, in part or in whole, without City's written consent. This Contract is binding on Contractor's and City's lawful heirs, successors and permitted assigns. 23.4 Third Party Beneficiaries. There are no intended third -party beneficiaries to this Contract. 23.5 Governing Law and Venue. This Contract will be governed by California law and venue will be in the Superior Court of Marin County, and no other place. 23.6 Amendment. No amendment or modification of this Contract will be binding unless it is in a writing duly authorized and signed by the parties to this Contract. 23.7 Integration; Severability. This Contract and the Contract documents incorporated herein, including authorized amendments or change orders thereto, constitute the final, complete, and exclusive terms of the agreement between City and Contractor. If any provision of the Contract documents, or portion of a provision, is determined to be illegal, invalid, or unenforceable, the remaining provisions of the Contract documents will remain in full force and effect. 23.8 Authorization. Each individual signing below warrants that he or she is authorized to do so by the party that he or she represents, and that this Contract is legally binding on that party. If Contractor is a corporation, signatures from two officers of the corporation are required pursuant to California Corporation Code section 313. [Signatures are on the following page.] Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11315 Page 6 Approved by City Attorney, dated 02/27/2020 The parties agree to this Contract as witnessed by the signatures below: C D Attest: s/ 04 741"" Lindsay Lara, City Clerk Date: a2 aY Appro d as to form: S/ 7U, F. Epstein, City Attorney �� Date: Zl! q Z 1p ZI CONTRACTOR: DC Electric Group, Inc. Business Na s/ Don Caramagno / President & CEO Name/Title Date: 1/15/21 s/ Shannon Long / Secretary Name/Title Date: 1/15/21 949934, 10/31/21 Seal: Contractor's California License Number(s) and Expiration Date(s) Exhibit A: Scope of Work Exhibit B: Bond Forms Exhibit C: Noncollusion Declaration Exhibit D: Bid Schedule Exhibit E: Subcontractor List END OF CONTRACT Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11315 Page 7 Approved by City Attorney, dated 02/27/2020 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11315 Scope of Work Approved by City Attorney, dated 02/27/2020 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11315 Scope of Work Approved by City Attorney, dated 02/27/2020 CITY OF SAN RAFAEL THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS 18-1 GENERAL......................................................................................................... 1 18-1.01 HOURS OF WORK................................................................................................. 1 18-1.02 ORDER OF WORK................................................................................................. 1 18-1.03 OBSTRUCTIONS................................................................................................... 1 18-1.04 EXISTING HIGHWAY FACILITIES.......................................................................... 2 18-1.05 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL AND DEWATERING ............................................... 2 18-1.06 SUBMITTALS........................................................................................................ 3 18-1.07 AS -BUILT PLANS................................................................................................... 3 18-1.08 WORK INCLUDED UNDER PAY ITEMS.................................................................. 4 18-1.09 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT........................................................................... 4 18-2 MOBILIZATION.................................................................................................5 18-2.01 GENERAL............................................................................................................. 5 18-2.02 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT........................................................................... 5 18-3 SIGNS AND TRAFFIC CONTROL....................................................................... 6 18-3.01 GENERAL............................................................................................................. 6 18-3.02 PUBLIC ACCESSIBILITY........................................................................................ 6 18-3.03 NO PARKING SIGNS.............................................................................................. 9 18-3.04 CONSTRUCTION AREA SIGNS............................................................................. 10 18-3.05 PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND SAFETY................................................................. 10 18-3.06 CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK .................................................... 11 18-3.07 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT......................................................................... 11 18-4 CONSTRUCTION STAKING............................................................................. 12 18-4.01 GENERAL........................................................................................................... 12 18-4.02 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT......................................................................... 12 18-5 CLEARING AND GRUBBING............................................................................ 13 18-5.01 GENERAL........................................................................................................... 13 18-5.02 CONCRETE REMOVAL........................................................................................ 13 18-5.03 EXCAVATION...................................................................................................... 13 18-5.04 TREE REMOVAL ......................................... 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BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 18-5.05 MISCELLANEOUS REMOVALS............................................................................ 14 18-5.06 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT......................................................................... 14 18-6 AGGREGATE BASE......................................................................................... 15 18-6.01 GENERAL........................................................................................................... 15 18-6.02 DAILY SUBMITTAL.............................................................................................. 15 18-6.03 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT......................................................................... 15 18-7 TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODIFICATION.................................................................. 16 18-7.01 GENERAL........................................................................................................... 16 18-7.02 TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALLATIONS AND MODIFICATIONS .................................... 16 18-7.03 ACCESSIBLE PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS.................................................................. 16 18-7.04 DISPOSING AND SALVAGING OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ............................... 16 18-7.05 FOUNDATIONS................................................................................................... 17 18-7.06 STANDARDS, POLES, STEEL PEDESTALS AND POSTS ....................................... 17 18-7.07 CONDUIT............................................................................................................17 18-7.08 PULL BOXES...................................................................................................... 18 18-7.09 CONDUCTORS AND WIRING............................................................................... 18 18-7.10 PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS....................................................................................... 18 18-7.11 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT......................................................................... 21 18-8 ALL WORK OUTLINED IN SPECIFICATION AND PLANS ................................... 22 18-8.01 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT......................................................................... 24 THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECI INICAL SPECIFICATIONS • INDEX TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 18-1 GENERAL All construction shall be in accordance with the 2018 Caltrans Standard Plans and Specifications, 2018 Caltrans Revised Standard Plans and Specifications, and most recent editions of the Marin County Uniform Construction Standards, Marin County Standard Specifications, and the City of San Rafael codes and ordinances unless noted otherwise on the plans. The Contractor shall perform all required work as shown on the plans as quickly as reasonably possible. The City will then issue a temporary suspension of working days until such a time as the traffic signal poles are available for installation. 18-1.01 HOURS OF WORK For the purposes of this contract, all work shall be night work defined as working hours between 7:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. No Lane closures will be allowed, with the exception of lane closures to pour concrete before 7:OOAM at the engineers discretion. The Contractor shall not perform any work, including warming up and servicing equipment, receiving deliveries, and other related work prior to the beginning of working hours as noted above. No work shall occur on City holidays unless previously agreed to in writing by the City. Work on weekends may be approved by the Engineer at no additional cost to the contract. If work on weekends is approved in writing by the Engineer and the Contractor requires traffic control within State right of way, the Contractor shall notify the State of California Representative as required by the Caltrans encroachment permit. The State Representative for this project is listed in the Caltrans encroachment permit. 18-1.02 ORDER OF WORK The first order of work shall be to prepare and submit a work plan, progress schedule for all items of work and traffic and pedestrian control plans in a form provided by or acceptable to the Engineer. The work plan and schedule shall be updated weekly to reflect all items of work performed at the site and shall clearly indicate the proposed completion date. No work may begin under contract until the Progress Schedule and Traffic Control Plan have been approved by the Engineer. Time required for review and approval of these items shall not constitute a basis for time extension. • The third order of work shall be to pothole for underground utilities which may be in conflict with the proposed traffic signal pole foundations, conduits, and pull boxes. The above item(s) shall clearly disclose the Contractor's proposed procedures and methods of operation, including identifying any special equipment intended for use on the project and his method of handling traffic. It will be the responsibility of the Contractor to arrange for the towing and removal of any vehicles which have not been removed by the owner and which interfere with any operations. 18-1.03 OBSTRUCTIONS Attention is directed to Section 5 1.36C, "Nonhighway Facilities," and Section 15, "Existing Facilities," of the State Standard Specifications and these Technical Specifications. The Contractor's attention is directed to the existence of certain underground facilities that may require special precautions be taken by the Contractor to protect the health, safety and welfare of workmen and of the public. The Contractor shall notify the Engineer and the appropriate regional notification center for THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS operators of subsurface installations at least two working days, but not more than 14 calendar days, prior to performing any excavation or other work close to any underground pipeline, conduit, duct, wire or other structure. Regional notification centers include but are not limited to the following: Notification Center Underground Service Alert - Northern California (USA) 1(800)227-2600 It is not the intent of the plans to show the exact location of existing or relocated utilities, and the Engineer assumes no responsibility therefore. Whenever any such utilities are indicated thereon, the Contractor shall be responsible for verifying their actual location and depth in the field. The Contractor shall pothole all locations identified by USA prior to any digging to positively verify the location of all utilities. All costs for potholing shall be considered as included in the contract prices for various items of work and no additional compensation will be allowed therefore. The Contractor shall provide the City the results of potholing activity. The Contractor shall pothole and locate existing PG&E gas lines within five feet of construction activity. The Contractor shall pothole PG&E facilities with a PG&E representative on site during potholing activity to determine safe excavation methods during construction. The Contractor shall contact PG&E to schedule standby to be on site during potholing. The Contractor shall also provide the USA tag number to PG&E. The Contractor shall backfill and replace the street section in place following potholing effort in a manner acceptable to the City and the utility. The precise location of the potholing shall be marked in the field by the engineer with the utility's concurrence. It is the Contractor's responsibility to coordinate any potholing work with the necessary utilities. The Contractor will not be entitled to damages or additional payment for delays, mobilization or demobilization caused by utility company's failure to appear on site at the designated date and time for potholing activity or any other private utility work. 18-1.04 EXISTING HIGHWAY FACILITIES The work performed in connection with various existing highway facilities shall conform to the provisions in Section 15, "Existing Highway Facilities," of the State Standard Specifications and these Technical Specifications. Except as otherwise provided for damaged materials in Section 15-1.03C, "Salvaging Facilities," of the State Standard Specifications, the materials to be salvaged shall remain the property of the City, and shall be cleaned, packaged, bundled, tagged, and hauled to the City's Corporation Yard located at 111 Morphew Street. A minimum of 72 hours' notice shall be given prior to hauling salvaged material to any storage area as noted above. Unless otherwise specified, all materials as shown on the plans to be removed, or as field marked and as directed by the Engineer to be removed shall be disposed of outside the project limits. The contract work area shall be left with a neat and finished appearance. At the end of each work day the project areas shall be swept clean or washed to the satisfaction of the Engineering at no additional cost to the City. Do not store or permit debris to accumulate on site. If Contractor fails to remove excess debris promptly by the end of the work day, City reserves right to cause same to be removed at Contractor's expense. 18-1.05 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL AND DEWATERING THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS The WPCP shall conform to all applicable requirements in Section 13, "Water Pollution Control," of the State Standard Specifications and Appendix A of these Technical Specifications. The Contractor shall comply with the requirements of the "Storm Water Technical Specifications (Form TR -0400)" included in Appendix B. All water encountered in constructing roadway improvements or storm drain pipes, manholes and catch basins shall be disposed of by the Contractor in such manner as will not damage the public or private property or create a nuisance or health menace. The Contractor shall furnish, install, and operate pumps, pipes, appliances, and equipment of sufficient capacity to keep all excavations and accesses free from water until the excavation is backfilled, unless otherwise authorized by the Engineer. The Contractor shall provide all means or facilities necessary to conduct water to the pumps. Filtered water, if odorless and stable, may be discharged into and existing storm drain, channel, or street gutter in a manner approved by the Engineer. When required by the Engineer, a means shall be provided for desilting the water before discharge. 18-1.06 SUBMITTALS Contractor shall submit a progress schedule for all work. The schedule shall include mobilization, the sequence of operation, and a project completion date. No work shall commence until a progress schedule and methods have been approved. Once the work begins, the Contractor shall submit an updated weekly schedule every Thursday by noon. The Contractor shall submit a schedule in a format acceptable to the Engineer. The schedule shall show the controlling item of work. If, in the opinion of the Engineer, the work being performed does not match the schedule or there is a discrepancy in the schedule the Contractor shall revise the schedule to represent the work being performed including the controlling item of work and the proposed completion date. The Contractor shall submit via email one electronic PDF of each submittal for review by the City. Except as otherwise provided in the Technical Specifications, the Contractor shall allow five (5) working days after submittals are furnished to the Engineer for review. See individual sections for submittal requirements included in, but not limited to the following sections: 1. Progress Schedule, Traffic Control, Pedestrian Access, and Stage Construction Plan 2. Concrete Mix Design 3. Electrical Materials (signal heads, conduit, conductors, pull box, pedestrian push buttons) 4. Water Pollution Control Plan 5. Potholing Results 6. As -built Plans 7. Any other items required by the City The Contractor shall furnish to the City Certificates of Compliance for all metal products (i.e. steel reinforcement, manhole and drain inlet frames/grates, pedestrian barricade, traffic signal standards, etc.) indicating conformance to all Buy American requirements. 18-1.07 AS -BUILT PLANS Upon completion of the work, the Contractor shall furnish to the City a complete set of as -built plans showing all changes or deviations from the plans taking care to note the location of objects not installed at the location shown on the plans. Improvements will not be accepted by the City for permanent maintenance until the Contractor has submitted all as -built plans to the Engineer. The as -built plans shall conform to the following: 1. The plans must be stamped or otherwise noted "AS -BUILT," be 22"x34" in size, and be neat, clear, and readable. 2. On the signing and striping plan sheet, the dates of signing/ striping removal, relocations, or installations must be shown on the as -built. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 3 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS As -built plans must contain the encroachment permit number, County, Route, and Post Mile on each sheet. Additionally, as -built plans must contain the contractor's name, permanent address, date prepared, and signature. 4. Disclaimer statements of any kind that differ from the obligations and protections provided by Sections 6735 through 6735.6 of the California Business and Professions Code must not be included on the as -built plans. Such statements constitute non-compliance with the encroachment permit requirements. 18-1.08 WORK INCLUDED UNDER PAY ITEMS Where an item is listed as a pay item in the Prices of Items, the lump sum or unit price quoted shall be considered as full compensation for furnishing all labor, materials, tools, equipment, incidentals and doing all the work necessary, including final cleanup, to construct the pay item complete in place as shown on the plans and specified in these specifications. It is the intention herein is that all items of work required by these plans and specifications are included in the Prices of Items. Items of work not so included will be deemed fully compensated for in the price quoted for each respective item set forth that is most closely associated with the work required and no additional compensation will be allowed therefore. 1E1ff9111�MWj&**0j0:1uWON W.107i7.VtWVi ft1 Full compensation for all requirements of this section including but not limited to schedule preparation and updates, utility coordination, potholing all utilities, backfilling potholed areas, working around existing obstructions, water pollution control and dewatering, submittals and all other items considered in this section shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. The Contractor shall not be entitled to any right of way delay for delays caused by the utility relocating the potholed utilities. Proper time extension to the contract will be allowed for any delays associated with utility relocations. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 4 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 18-2 MOBILIZATION 18-2.01 GENERAL The work to be performed under this item includes, but is not limited to, furnishing all labor, equipment, and materials necessary to bring a construction force to full operation on the job site. Work includes, but is not limited to, preparation of access routes to the job site, protection of existing facilities, movement of personnel, equipment, supplies, incidentals, and coordination with the City. This section also includes all necessary permits required by the Contractor, including the Caltrans Double Permit. 18-2.02 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Full compensation for mobilization shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. The compensation paid for mobilization shall include full compensation for furnishing all labor, materials, tools, equipment and incidental, and for doing all work involving in mobilization as specified in these Technical Specifications, the State Standard Plans and Specifications and as directed by the Engineer, and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 5 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 18-3 SIGNS AND TRAFFIC CONTROL 18-3.01 GENERAL Signs and Traffic Control shall consist of closing traffic lanes, sidewalks and paths in accordance with the provisions of Section 12, "Temporary Traffic Control," of the State Standard Specifications, the provisions under "Maintaining Traffic" of the Standard Plans, these Technical Specifications, and the latest edition of the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (CAMUTCD). It is the Contractor's responsibility to provide safety with the least possible inconvenience to vehicular and pedestrian traffic during construction. The Contractor shall provide a continuous path of travel for pedestrians at all times. Contractor shall be responsible for all warning and detour signs. An adequate number of flag persons shall be employed to direct traffic around construction zones and to respond to unexpected traffic problems. If in the opinion of the Engineer additional flag persons or traffic control devices are needed at the site, the Contractor shall provide the necessary measures at no additional cost to the City. It shall be understood by the Contractor that field modifications are needed to fit field conditions which sometimes change during the project. The provisions in this section will not relieve the Contractor from his responsibility to provide such additional devices or take such measures as may be necessary to comply with the provisions in Section 7-1.04, "Public Safety," of the State Standard Specifications. The Contractor shall assume for the purposes of bidding that one changeable message signs will be deployed beginning at least one week prior to the commencement of construction activity until project completion. Additional changeable message signs required by the State or City shall be included in the contract at the Contractor's expense. Prior to the start of construction, the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer a well-defined, written traffic control and pedestrian access (including sketches), detour and signing plan to the Engineer for approval five (5) working days prior to commencement of work. The plan shall illustrate the locations of traffic control and pedestrian access devices and the contents and locations of traffic control, pedestrian access and detour signs. The traffic control plan shall include existing signs to remain, existing signs to be covered or removed, new temporary signs, Changeable Message Signs locations and messages, arrow boards, and other items as required. The traffic control and pedestrian access signage shall include complete directions and detour signs in advance of the construction zone and throughout the entire detour route. Additional submittals will be required as necessary and as the construction conditions change. The working drawing shall be stamped by an Engineer who is registered as a Civil Engineer or Traffic Engineer in the State of California. One (1) set of working drawings shall be submitted to the Engineer via email in PDF format. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for pedestrian and vehicular movement through the project area and shall assume full liability for any and all claims arising out of the construction of the project, including but not limited to claims for personal injury, damage to existing structures, loss of business, etc. The Contractor shall agree to hold the City and all its employees, representatives and consultants harmless from any and all such claims. No additional compensation shall be paid for any work that has to be performed outside normal working hours as a result of these Technical Specifications. 18-3.02 PUBLIC ACCESSIBILITY The Contractor shall provide access to the public through the project areas at all times. The Contractor shall provide access to adjacent properties at all times. The Contractor shall maintain THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 6 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS access to properties and pedestrian access even after hours for the life of the construction. Temporary access ramps shall be installed to maintain access and shall be shown on the Contractor's staging plan. The Contractor shall be responsible for designing working drawings, constructing and providing a safe and adequate continuous, accessible and safe path of travel around or through localized construction work zones and to each building, business and property utilized by the public. The Contractor shall use temporary asphalt, aggregate base, wood/metal ramps, signs, cones, barricades, flashers, and flaggers to direct and channel the public during and after construction. All proposed closures of a pedestrian access path shall be submitted in writing to the Engineer for review and approval. Advance warning shall be provided to the public should an access path be closed. All safe paths of travel shall be in compliance with applicable Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations and the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (CAMUTCD). The provisions in this section will not relieve the Contractor from his responsibility to provide such additional devices or take such measures as may be necessary to comply with the provisions in Section 7-1.03, "Public Convenience," of the State Standard Specifications. Materials Materials used for public accessibility during construction includes, but is not limited to: ■ Temporary Hot -mix Asphalt Concrete (cut back asphalt concrete not permitted) ■ Temporary Wood Ramp ■ Aluminum Modular Ramps. EZ -Access or approved equal. Contact info: www.ezaccess.com, Phone 800-451-1903. ■ Four (4) foot wide minimum walking surface with running slope not to exceed seven and one-half (7.5) percent. ■ Barricade materials: Delineators, A -Frames, Barrier Caution Tape, Fencing Material ■ Non-skid tape ■ Four (4) inch timber, or equivalent, at the bottom of any railing to provide for the sight impaired Installation Temporary ramps shall be constructed so installation and removal will not damage existing pavement, curb and/or gutter. Ramps shall have a minimum four (4) foot wide walling surface and a running slope not to exceed seven and one-half (7.5) percent. Ramps shall meet existing surfaces without gaps. When required for drainage, a Schedule 40 PVC pipe, with minimum 2 -inch diameter, shall be installed under or through ramp in gutter or flow line. Transitions between ramps and the street or sidewalk surfaces shall be smooth. Sides of the ramp shall be protected where drop offs exceed six (6) inches. Ramps shall be provided to the public leading to businesses. Ramps at the corners of the intersections shall be made of temporary AC pavement to ensure that a smooth transition is provided for the public as well as auto traffic. All temporary wooden ramps shall be maintained throughout the construction project. The Contractor shall maintain the structural integrity of the ramps. No loose, splintered boards or nails will be acceptable. Maintenance of a Clear and Accessible Public Corridor The Contractor shall maintain a four (4) foot accessible corridor that provides at least one safe path THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 7 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS of travel for the public at all times for the duration of the project. Conversely, if a safe path of travel is not available, the Contractor shall post the sidewalk as being closed, however, access must still be maintained to each business. Signage shall be placed at the location of closure as well as the next intersection in both directions, advising of the closure but noting that access is still available to all businesses. All proposed closures of a pedestrian access path shall be submitted in writing to the Engineer for review and approval. The Contractor shall provide a path to the businesses and residents, using aggregate base to backfill, after demolition of the concrete sidewalk, curb and gutter. The aggregate base shall be firmly packed to establish a safe and ADA compliant path, along the entire work zone. Installation of Barricades Barricades, which will provide protection for the public from traffic or construction operations, shall be installed in the following locations: ■ Between the access route and any adjacent construction site. ■ Between the alternate circulation path and any adjacent construction site. ■ Between the alternate circulation path and the vehicular way, if the alternate circulation path is diverted into the street. ■ Between the alternate circulation path and any protruding objects, drop-offs, or other hazards to the public. ■ At the down curb ramp of an intersection, if opposite up curb ramp is temporarily or completely blocked, and no adjacent alternative circulation path is provided. Surfacing of Public Corridors During construction, tripping hazards and barriers must be removed to maintain an accessible safe path of travel. The surface of the path of travel shall be skid resistant and free of irregularities. Opened crosswalks, ramps and walkways in general shall be kept free of debris and obstructions. Identification of Safe Path of Travel If alternate circulation routes are provided for the public to bypass the construction site, the route shall be clearly defined and advance warning shall be provided to clearly delineate the alternate circulation route. Any change of level in a path of travel that is over 1/4 inch (1 /2" maximum) height must be beveled at 45 degrees to provide a smooth, non tripping transition. The Engineer shall review and approve any public access limitations and notification requirements for pedestrians with mobility or vision impairments. When using A -frames for defining a path of travel, A -frames shall be placed end to end (no spacing between barricades) to provide a continuous guide for individuals using canes. A -frames shall be connected with 2x4's that are continuous and are attached to the base of the barricade system at two (2) to four (4) inches from the ground. Caution tapes shall not be used as barricades or to define a path of travel but may be used to highlight danger or in conjunction with barricades. Excavated areas shall be secured by means of barricades or temporary fences. The bottom three (3) inches of any fencing material used shall be made solid to act as a guide for canes used by the visually impaired. Wood, sheet metal, railings, or other approved material may be used at the bottom portion of the fence. Curb ramps leading to closed crosswalks shall be appropriately barricaded. Temporary ramps shall be provided at temporary crosswalks and shall be able to direct blind pedestrians to and through the temporary path of travel. R9 -3a and R9 -3b signs shall be mounted on the barricade to advise pedestrians of closed sidewalk and directed routes. No trucks or equipment shall be parked or obstructing the public path of travel at any time. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 8 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Warning Signs The Contractor shall provide warning signs for temporary ramps and barricades. Warning signs shall be located at both the near side and the far side of the intersection preceding a temporarily completely blocked public way. Restoration of Public Routes After construction, the site shall be restored to its former condition, or new condition as required. 18-3.03 NO PARKING SIGNS The Contractor shall be provided with temporary, City furnished, "NO PARKING" signs, which he must post in the construction zone seventy-two (72) hours prior to commencing operations. The posting must be witnessed by the San Rafael Police Department twenty-four (24) hours prior to towing. It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to ensure the signs and barricades are maintained overnight and on weekends. The signs shall be preserved and re -used throughout the duration of the project. Dates and times of parking restrictions shall be clearly indicated on the signs. Availability Upon approval of materials and before commencement of work, the City shall furnish the Contractor with twenty- five (25) "No parking -Tow Away" signs. The Contractor shall take steps to protect and preserve these signs so that they will remain usable throughout the full term of the job. Additional signs shall be provided as needed. Only City issued signs, or approved equals, may be used. 2. Placement While the minimum distance between signs shall be 200 feet, the signs shall be placed so that they are: a) Easily visible/ readable to any individual standing within 100 feet of a sign; b) Visible/readable from any vehicle parked within 100 feet of a sign; or c) As directed by the Engineer or San Rafael Police Department. Signs, once posted, shall be maintained until no longer required and then salvaged. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to make sure that the signs remain posted until no longer required and are protected from vandalism or removal. If time between construction phases exceeds two days, including non -working days, all no parking signs shall be removed. Authority and Enforcement Once posted, the Contractor shall notify the Engineer who in turn will notify the San Rafael Police Department as to the location and limits of such signs. The Police Department will then, at their earliest convenience, dispatch an officer who will verify and log the location and limits. No less than twenty-four (24) hours after said entry is made, autos may be towed from the location, under the immediate direction of a Police Officer, provided that the signs have be properly maintained. 4. Costs - Payment - For Signs THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 9 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS All costs (except purchase or charges related to lost signs), labor, equipment charges, etc., incurred in accordance with this section shall be considered to be included in the as various other items price paid for Signs and Traffic Control. 18-3.04 CONSTRUCTION AREA SIGNS Construction area signs shall be furnished, installed, maintained, and removed when no longer required in accordance with the provisions in Section 12, "Temporary Traffic Control," of the State Standard Specifications, the latest edition of the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, and these Technical Specifications. The Contractor shall notify the appropriate regional notification center for operators of subsurface installations at least two working days, but not more than 14 calendar days, prior to commencing any excavation for construction area sign posts. The regional notification centers include but are not limited to the following: Notification Center Underground Service Alert - Northern California (USA) 1(800)227-2600 All excavations required to install construction area signs shall be performed by hand methods without the use of power equipment, except that power equipment may be used if it is determined there are no utility facilities in the area of the proposed post holes. Sign substrates for stationary mounted construction area signs may be fabricated from fiberglass reinforced plastic as specified under "Prequalified and Tested Signing and Delineation Materials" elsewhere in these Technical Specifications. Type IV reflective sheeting for sign panels for portable construction area signs shall conform to the requirements specified under "Prequalified and Tested Signing and Delineation Materials" elsewhere in these Technical Specifications. 18-3.05 PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND SAFETY Adequate lighting shall be provided throughout the construction period in areas open to the public. The Contractor shall be fully responsible for accidents to the public and or damage to public and private property on the site of the work. The Contractor shall give special attention to provide continuous and uninterrupted traffic to and from the businesses on and adjacent to the work. The Contractor shall schedule and pursue his operations in such a manner that undesirable construction conditions will be minimized. The Contractor shall provide watchpersons and flagpersons as well as provide and maintain fences, barriers, guardrails, and other safety devices adjacent to and on the site at or near all barriers as may be necessary to control traffic and prevent accidents to the public. The Contractor shall furnish, place, and maintain such devices as set forth in the current "Manual of Traffic Control for Construction and Maintenance Work Zones," issued by the California Department of Transportation. Flagpersons, while on duty, shall perform their duties and shall be provided with the necessary equipment in accordance with the current "Flagging Instruction Handbook" issued by the California Department of Transportation. The Contractor shall maintain private entrances and sidewalk areas and shall construct such detours as may be necessary to properly conduct the work and to provide entrances to private properties at all times. All temporary walking areas shall meet the American with Disability (ADA) requirements for clearances and obstructions. Any temporary paving, covers, etc. shall be constructed and installed in such a manner to meet the ADA requirements. In the event the Contractor fails to meet the ADA requirements, the City of San Rafael may make modifications to THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 10 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS the walking areas at the Contractor's expense. All trenches shall be backfilled at the end of the day or temporary covers shall be maintained during non -working hours to avoid any safety issues for vehicles or pedestrians walking in the project areas. The Contractor shall make all arrangements with property owners for the use of private land for detours or for any other purpose and shall save the City of San Rafael free from any liability incurred through the use or non-use of such private property. Upon favorable completion of the work, the Contractor shall remove all signs and traffic control devices from within the project limits to the satisfaction of the Engineer. At the end of the job, all signs, lights, barriers, etc. shall be removed from the construction sites. All sites shall be left clean and orderly. 18-3.06 CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK Until the formal acceptance of the work by the City of San Rafael, the Contractor shall have charge and care thereof and shall bear the risk of injury or damage to any part thereof and shall bear the risk of injury or damage to any part thereof by the action of the elements or for any other cause, whether arising from the execution or from non -execution of the work. Existing streets, including haul routes, either public or private, within the work area shall be maintained in safe and orderly conditions at all times. When ordered to do so by the Engineer, any deficiencies shall be immediately corrected to the satisfaction of the Engineer. If the Contractor fails to correct such deficiencies in a timely fashion, the City of San Rafael may have the necessary work performed at the Contractor's expense and/or stop any further work on the project until a safe and orderly condition has been restored. Before completion and acceptance of the work, the Contractor shall rebuild, repair, restore, and make good all injuries or damages to any portion of the work required under the contract and shall bear the cost thereof. Inability to obtain labor, materials and/or equipment will not be considered an exception. IE:�c�IT/�►�LI�1:%Yi1.i�I►�i1�l��r�� � ' 1'1Ul�►rl Full compensation for completing the work included in Signs and Traffic Control shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. The work completed shall include full compensation for furnishing all labor, materials, tools, equipment and incidentals, including but not limited to preparing and maintaining an adequate traffic control plan, placing, removing, storing, maintaining, moving to new locations, replacing, and disposing of the components of the temporary traffic control measures for pedestrians and vehicular traffic, Changeable Message Signs, and Construction Area Signs, as specified in the State Standard Specifications, City encroachment permit, and these Technical Specifications, and as directed by the Engineer. Full compensation for flagging cost shall be considered as included in Signs and Traffic Control, and no additional compensation will be allowed therefore. The shared cost for providing flagging as specified in Section 12-1.04, "Payment," of the State Standard Specifications, shall not apply to the item of Signs and Traffic Control The adjustment provisions in Section 4-1.05 "Changes and Extra Work," of the State Standard Specifications, shall not apply to the item of Signs and Traffic Control. Adjustments in the compensation for Signs and Traffic Control will be made only for increased or decreased traffic control system required by changes ordered by the Engineer and will be made on the basis of the cost of the increased or decreased traffic control necessary. Such adjustment will be made on a force account basis as provided in Section 9-1.04, "Force Account", of the State Standard Specifications for increased work, and estimated on the same basis in the case of decreased work. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • I 1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 18-4 CONSTRUCTION STAKING 18-4.01 GENERAL All working stakes shall be established by a licensed Land Surveyor or a registered Civil Engineer authorized to practice land surveying pursuant to Section 8725 of the Business and Professions Code of California. The Contractor shall be held responsible for the correctness of such working stakes. The location of the working stakes shall conform to Chapter 12 of the State Standard Specifications Section 5.126 of the State Standard Specifications does not apply. The Contractor shall provide a qualified "Grade Setter" to check horizontal and vertical alignment of all improvements in progress so that improvements will be built to conform to the lines, widths, and grades on the approved plans or any change order issued by the City Engineer. The Contractor shall make available the "Grade Setter" to work with the City's Inspector on checking or verifying all grade stakes, blue tops, form work, etc., when requested by the Inspector. The "Grade Setter" shall provide all necessary equipment and tools to perform this work. Regardless of any opportunity to review the survey work by the City, the Contractor shall assume absolute responsibility and liability for the accuracy and completeness of all aspects of the improvement project and the construction layout. The Contractor is responsible for any and all re -staking expenses. The Contractor shall preserve all existing benchmarks, survey control points, reference points, and other permanent points within the project limits. Any of the aforementioned survey markers that are damaged will be replaced by the Engineer and paid for at the Contractor's expense. It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to notify the Engineer of any discrepancies found between the field conditions and grades and notes shown on the Plans. 18-4.02 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Full compensation for completing the requirements of this section shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 12 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 18-5 CLEARING AND GRUBBING 18-5.01 GENERAL The work shall consist of removing all objectionable materials from within the project limits, as specified in Section 17-2, "Clearing and Grubbing," of the State Standard Specifications. The Contractor shall remove and dispose of trash from the site work area. Objectionable materials removed shall be disposed of outside the street right of way in accordance with the applicable sections of the State Standard Specifications and applicable laws. The Contractor shall exercise caution when working around existing facilities. Any damage to existing street trees, to private properties, to public utilities and/or other public facilities not identified on the plans for removal shall be repaired or replaced in kind at the Contractor's expense. The repair or replacement shall be to the satisfaction of the Engineer and no additional compensation will be allowed therefore. Nothing herein shall be construed as relieving the Contractor of his responsibility for final cleanup of the project site. Removal and disposal of existing roadside signs and post shall be included in Clearing and Grubbing. 18-5.02 CONCRETE REMOVAL Concrete sidewalk, caps over utilities, bus pad, curb, and gutter shall be removed as shown on the plans and in accordance with the provisions in Section 15-1.0313, "Removing Concrete," of the State Standard Specifications and these Technical Specifications. Concrete sidewalk, bus pad, curb, and gutter shall be removed to the joint lines. Where no joints exists in the curb, gutter, or sidewalk on which concrete is to be removed, a straight, neat cut with a power driven saw shall be made along said line to a minimum depth of 2 -inches before removing concrete. Concrete saw cuts shall be at score marks. Sidewalk, curb and gutter, or other miscellaneous concrete not identified on the plans for removal which is damaged as a result of the Contractor's operations shall be removed and replaced in kind at the Contractor's expense. Concrete removed shall be disposed of outside the street right of way in accordance with relevant sections of the State Standard Specifications. Clearing and grubbing shall be staged to present the least amount of disruption to the general public. The Contractor shall coordinate all clearing and grubbing with the Engineer prior to performing any work. All traffic control devices, barricades, etc., must be on site prior to clearing and grubbing. The schedule shall also show the sequence of clearing and grubbing such that open areas are limited to no more than two (2) unless approved in advance in writing by the Engineer. 18-5.03 EXCAVATION The work shall consist of excavation and removal of existing material as shown on the plans and as specified in Section 19, "Earthwork," of the State Standard Specifications. The Contractor shall remove existing asphalt concrete and all other soils as shown on the plans for the purposes of installing new roadway and pedestrian improvements. On the line at which the asphalt concrete is to be removed, a straight, neat cut, with a power driven saw (or other acceptable means) shall be made to the full depth of the existing asphalt concrete prior to the removal of the asphalt concrete pavement. Removal operations shall be performed with minimum damage to any portion of the asphalt concrete pavement that is to remain in place. All damage to the existing asphalt concrete to remain THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 13 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS in place shall be repaired to a condition equal to that existing prior to the beginning of removal operations at the Contractor's own expense. Residue from cutting operations shall not be permitted to flow into storm drains or across lanes occupied by traffic and shall be removed from the pavement surface, concurrent with the cutting operation. All excavated material shall be removed and disposed of outside the street right of way in accordance with relevant sections of the State Standard Specifications. Surplus excavated material shall become the property of the Contractor and shall be disposed of outside the project site at the Contractor's own expense. No excavated material will be allowed to be stockpiled overnight in or adjacent to public right-of-ways, unless approved by the City. If stockpile locations are approved, all stockpiles shall be properly covered and barricaded. Unless otherwise provided for in these Technical Specifications, the excavation may not be left without backfill during non -working hours except with prior written approval from the Engineer. Excavations left without backfill shall be barricaded and covered or otherwise protected to ensure public safety. 18-5.05 MISCELLANEOUS REMOVALS The work shall consist of removing all necessary items in the field to construct the improvements as shown on the plans. This includes, but is not limited to, the following: pedestrian barricades, roadside sign posts and foundations, irrigation equipment, and removal of any other item as directed by the Engineer. Removal of traffic signal equipment (i.e. foundations, poles, conductors, etc.) shall be part of the bid item for traffic signal modification. 18-5.06 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Full compensation for Clearing and Grubbing shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. The work included in clearing and grubbing shall consist of furnishing all the labor, materials, tools, equipment, incidentals, and for doing all the work involved in clearing and grubbing, including removing concrete sidewalk, bus pad, roadway, curb, and gutter (including sawcutting for all items requiring sawcutting), trimming trees (where necessary), , and excavation of existing asphalt concrete, and all other material requiring excavation for the construction of all improvements as shown on the plans, and proper disposal of materials all as specified in the State Standard Specifications, these Technical Specifications, and as directed by the Engineer, and no additional compensation will be allowed therefore. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECI INICAL SPECIFICA'T'IONS • 14 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 18-6 AGGREGATE BASE 18-6.01 GENERAL Aggregate base shall be placed under all minor concrete, as specified below and as shown on the plans. Aggregate base shall be Class 2 and shall conform to the grading and quality requirements for 3.4" maximum as specified in Section 26-1.0213 of the State Standard Specifications. Aggregate base material shall be compacted to 95% relative compaction as determined by standard test method ASTM D 6938; nuclear density device may be used. The Contractor shall coordinate with the City for material sampling and testing. The City's independent consultant shall have full access to all areas of the worksite necessary to sample and test required materials, including but not limited to aggregate base rock. Any material tested which does not meet the minimum design standards as outlined in the City's approved Quality Assurance Plan shall be removed and replaced at no cost to the City. The City will assume the cost of the testing. The Contractor shall install aggregate base rock from one source to ensure compaction testing results are reliable and consistent for the duration of the project. 18-6.02 DAILY SUBMITTAL The Contractor shall submit tickets indicating proof of tonnage of material delivered as the material arrives at the job site, or at anytime upon request of the Engineer. If the Contractor does not submit the tickets at the end of each day when aggregate base is installed, a temporary stop work order may be issued on the construction activity with no associated cost incurred by the City. The construction activity may resume with the Engineer's written approval upon receiving and reviewing all tickets. 18-6.03 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Full compensation for completing the requirements of this section, including compaction to 95% of maximum relative compaction, shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 15 SPECIAL PROVISIONS 18-7 TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODIFICATION 18-7.01 GENERAL Traffic signal and safety lighting work shall conform to the provisions in Section 86, "Electrical Work," of the State Standard Specifications and these Technical Specifications. 18-7.02 TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALLATIONS AND MODIFICATIONS The Contractor shall be responsible for locating and marking the positions of all traffic signal standards, pull boxes, and conduit. All locations shall be approved by the Engineer before any work is performed. 18-7.03 ACCESSIBLE PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS The Contractor shall furnish and install accessible pedestrian signals (APS) and conductors as shown on the plans. APS shall conform to the 2018 Caltrans Standard Plan ES -5C and 2018 State Revised Standard Specifications Section 86-1.02T. The Contractor shall furnish and install Guardian Wave Independent 4 -Wire APS Stations manufactured by Campbell Company as shown in Appendix B. No substitutions will be allowed. The housing color shall be black. The size of the APS unit shall be 5"x73/4". Contractor shall furnish and install 18 gauge 4 conductor wire between the APS unit and the signal power interface in the corresponding pedestrian signal head. • Utilize both a vibrating arrow button and audible sounds • All sounds shall be emanated from the back and front of the unit • Provide a total of up to ten (10) walk sound options • Provide a choice of four (4) locating tones including Canadian Melody or verbal countdown • Vibrate on the Walk indication • Provide the capability to set volume minimum and maximums for sounds • Provide for an extended push button feature to boost and/or turn on volumes • Provide for customized audio messages, firmware updates and configuration settings, which can be uploaded wirelessly, e.g., via Bluetooth using Windows or iOS • Provide for an independent ambient adjustment setting for the locate tone including adjustments for low ambient noise conditions • Be vandal resistant The push button unit shall have a black button cover, contain a custom message to include the street being crossed, and MUTCD-compliant signage. Contractor shall supply all cabling including any and all cabling associated with the connections between each of the push button assemblies. Terminal screws shall be used for all bare wire terminations. Crimp terminals are not allowed. 18-7.04 DISPOSING AND SALVAGING OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT The Contractor shall remove, handle, transport, store, and dispose of all existing luminaires including light bulbs, and all other construction or installation related refuse in compliance with City's current practice and all applicable laws and regulations in such a manner as to minimize potential adverse environmental impacts on this project at no additional cost to the City. The City encourages recycling where possible. Ballasts and transformers that contain polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB's) are designated as extremely hazardous wastes and fluorescent tubing and mercury lamps are designated as hazardous wastes under Title 22, Division 4.5, Chapter 11, Article 4.1 and Article 5, of the California THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 16 SPECIAL PROVISIONS Code of Regulations. Contractor shall provide evidence of proper disposal of hazardous waste. 18-7.05 FOUNDATIONS Portland cement concrete shall conform to Section 90-2, "Minor Concrete," of the State Standard Specifications except for cast -in -drilled -hole pile foundations, which shall conform to Section 56- 3.01C(2)(b), "Cast -in -Drilled -Hole Concrete Pile Foundations." The Contractor shall remove all existing foundations in conflict with the proposed location of new poles. The Contractor shall coordinate with all utility companies whose facilities are in conflict with the proposed foundations. 18-7.06 STANDARDS, POLES, STEEL PEDESTALS AND POSTS All standards and anchor bolts shall be City -furnished and contractor installed unless otherwise noted on the Plans. City -furnished standards and anchor bolts will be stored at D.C. Electric Group, Inc.'s yard located at 8023 Gravenstein Highway South, Cotati, CA 94931. The Contractor shall pick up and transport all standards, poles, posts, anchor bolts, and miscellaneous City -furnished items as noted on the plans from D.C. Electric Group's yard to the job site for installation. All standards shall conform to Section 56-3, "Standards, Poles, Pedestals, and Posts," of the State Standard Specifications. Type 1 standards shall be assembled and set with the handhole on the downstream side of the pole in relation to traffic as shown on the plans. Mast arm mounted street name signs shall be installed on signal mast arms at the locations shown on the plans. The street name signs and mounting hardware shall be Contractor furnished. The sign panel shall be leveled and hardware securely tightened. 18-7.07 CONDUIT Conduit to be installed underground shall be Type 1 or Type 3 as defined in Section 86-1.0213 of the 2018 State Standard Specifications unless otherwise specified herein. The conduit in a foundation and between a foundation and the nearest pull box shall be Type 1. Conduit sizes shown on the plans and specified in the State Standard Specifications and these Technical Specifications are referenced to metallic type conduit. When a standard coupling cannot be used for joining Type 1 conduit, a UL listed threaded union coupling conforming to the provisions in Section 87-1.03B, "Conduit Installation," of the State Standard Specifications, or a concrete -tight split coupling, or concrete -tight set screw coupling shall be used. If Type 3 conduit is placed in a trench, not in the pavement or under concrete sidewalk after the bedding material is placed and the conduit is installed, backfill the trench to not less than 4 inches above the conduit with minor concrete under Section 90-2, except the concrete must contain not less than 421 pounds of cementitious material per cubic yard. Backfill the remaining trench to finished grade with backfill material. After conductors have been installed, the ends of conduits terminating in pull boxes and the service equipment enclosure shall be sealed with an approved type of sealing compound. THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 17 SPECIAL PROVISIONS At those locations where conduit is required to be installed under pavement and underground facilities designated as high priority subsurface installation under Government Code § 4216 et seq. exist, conduit must be placed by the Trenching in Pavement Method under Caltrans Standard Specification section 87-1.03B(3). The conduit shall have a 45 -degree sweep (measured in the vertical plane) with a minimum bend radius of 36 inches when entering the pull box. The conduit shall have a safe working pull strength greater than 3,000 pounds. 18-7.08 PULL BOXES Pull boxes shall be concrete utility boxes. Pull boxes shall be as shown on the plans and in accordance with Section 86-1.02C, "Pull Boxes," and Section 87-1.03C, "Installation of Pull Boxes" of the State Standard Specifications. Grout shall not be placed in the bottom of pull boxes. Pull boxes for traffic signal circuits shall be marked "San Rafael Traffic Signal." Pull boxes for lighting circuits shall be marked "Street Lighting." All pull boxes shall have non -slip lids. Pull boxes shall not be installed in a curb ramp. Existing pull boxes to remain shall be adjusted to finished grade. 18-7.09 CONDUCTORS AND WIRING The Contractor shall furnish and install all conductors and wiring as shown on the plans. Splices shall be insulated by "Method B" or, at the Contractor's option, splices of conductors shall be insulated with heat -shrink tubing of the appropriate size after thoroughly painting the spliced conductors with electrical insulating coating. The minimum insulation thickness, at any point, for Type USE, RHH or RHW wire shall be 0.039 inches for conductor sizes No. 14 to No. 10, inclusive, and 0.051 inches for No. 8 to No. 2, inclusive. The minimum insulation thickness, at any point, for Type THW and TW wires shall be 0.03 -inches for conductor sizes No. 14 to No. 10, inclusive, 0.04 -inches for No. 8, and 0.053 inches for No. 6 to No. 2, inclusive. TESTING The Contractor shall perform a high-voltage series lighting test consisting of the open circuit voltage of the connected constant current transformer between conductors and ground. The high-voltage test shall not be performed on existing circuits or equipment. Non testing of existing circuits and equipment shall not relieve the Contractor from the responsibility for malfunctioning of existing lighting circuits due to the Contractor making splices in or connecting to the circuits and such malfunctions shall be corrected at the Contractor's expense. 18-7.10 PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS The Contractor shall furnish and install all pedestrian signals and lamps as shown on the plans. Lamps for pedestrian signal units and shall be Contractor furnished. All pedestrian signals shall be furnished with LED modules with self-contained countdown timer. Pedestrian signals shall be Type A. THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 18 SPECIAL PROVISIONS Pedestrian countdown traffic signal housing built to Institute of Transportation Engineers' (ITE) "Pedestrian Traffic Control Signal Indications" (PTCSI) Standard. The message -bearing surface of the module shall be supplied with an overlapping, full "UPRAISED HAND" and "WALKING PERSON" symbol, that complies with PTCSI standard for these symbols for a message -bearing surface of the size specified and the numbers 00 to 99 on the numerical countdown display. The numerical countdown display shall have 2 rows of LEDs and a minimum height of 7 inches. The modules shall use light emitting diodes as the light source as shown on the plans and in conformance with these specifications. Outlined shapes shall not be accepted. LED pedestrian countdown signal modules used on this project shall be from a single manufacturer. Circuit boards and power supplies shall be contained inside the modules. Circuit boards shall conform to the requirements in Chapter 1, Section 6 of the "Transportation Electrical Equipment Specifications," (TEES) published by the State of California Department of Transportation. The lens of the LED pedestrian countdown signal modules shall be polycarbonate UV stabilized and a minimum of 1/4" thick. The exterior of the lens of the LED pedestrian countdown signal module shall be smooth and frosted to prevent sun phantom. The Pedestrian Countdown construction shall meet the following requirements: 1) The LED pedestrian countdown signal module shall be a single, self contained device, not requiring on-site assembly for installation into the existing traffic signal housing and include an installed gasket. 2) The LEDs for the "Upraised Hand" shall be Portland Orange and shall utilize Aluminum Indium Gallium Phosphide (AlInGaP) technology or equal, and rated for 100,000 hours or more of continuous operation from 40°C to +74°C. The LEDs for the "Walking Person" shall be Lunar White and shall utilize InGaN technology. 3) All internal LED and electronic components shall be adequately supported to withstand mechanical shock and vibration from high winds and other sources. 4) The signal module shall be made of UL94VO flame-retardant materials. The lens is excluded from this requirement. 5) The lens of the LED pedestrian countdown signal modules shall be polycarbonate UV stabilized. 6) The exterior of the lens of the LED pedestrian countdown signal module shall be uniform and frosted to reduce sun phantom effect. 7) Each individual LED traffic module shall be identified for warranty purposes with the manufacturer's trade name, serial number and operating characteristics, i.e., rated voltage, power consumption, and voltampere. 8) Environmental Requirements a) The LED pedestrian countdown signal modules shall be rated for use in the ambient operating temperature range of -40°C to +60°C (-40°F to +1400F). b) The LED pedestrian countdown signal modules, when properly installed with gasket, shall be protected against dust and moisture intrusion per requirements of NEMA Standard 250-1991, sections 4.7.2.1 and 4.7.3.2, for Type 4 enclosures to protect all internal LED, electronic, and electrical components. THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 19 SPECIAL PROVISIONS 9) Luminous Intensity a) Pedestrian countdown LED signal modules shall be designed to operate over the specified ambient temperature and voltage range, attract the attention of, and be readable by, a viewer (both day and night) at all distances from 3 in to the full width of the area to be crossed. b) The luminous intensity of the LED pedestrian countdown signal module shall not vary more than ± 10 % for voltage range of 80 VAC to 135 VAC. 10) Chromaticity - The measured chromaticity coordinates of the LED signal modules shall conform to the chromaticity requirements as follows: a) "Upraised Hand" shall be Portland Orange. b) not greater than 0.390, nor less than 0.331, nor less than 0.997-x. c) "Walking Person" shall be Lunar White. d) x: not less than 0.290, nor greater than 0.330 e) y: not less than 1.5x - 0.175, nor greater than 1.5x - 0.130 11) Electrical a) The secured, color coded, 914 mm (36 in) long, 600V, 20 AWG minimum, jacketed wires, conforming to the National Electrical Code, rated for service at +105°C, are to be provided for electrical connection. b) The LED pedestrian countdown signal module shall operate from a 60 ±3 Hz AC line over a voltage range of 80 VAC to 135 VAC. Rated voltage for all measurements shall be 120 ±3 volts rms. c) The LED circuitry shall prevent perceptible flicker over the voltage range specified above. d) The LED pedestrian countdown signal module circuitry shall include voltage surge protection against high -repetition noise transients and low- repetition noise transients as stated in Section 2.1.6, NEMA Standard TS -2, 1992. e) Catastrophic failure of one LED light source shall not result in the loss of more than the light from that one LED. f) The LED pedestrian countdown module shall be operationally compatible with the currently used controller assemblies. The LED pedestrian and countdown module shall be operationally compatible with conflict monitors. g) The LED pedestrian countdown module including its circuitry must meet Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Title 47, Subpart B, Section 15 regulations concerning the emission of noise. h) The LED pedestrian countdown module shall provide a power factor of .90 or greater over the operating voltage range and temperature range specified above for modules with 6 watts or more. i) Total harmonic distortion (current and voltage) induced into an AC power line by an LED pedestrian countdown module shall not exceed 20% over the operating voltage range and temperature range specified above. 12) Functions a) Basic operation i) The control and regulation module shall be of the "smart" type in order for the countdown displays to be automatically adjusted with the programmed intervals of the traffic controller. ii) Operating Modes THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 20 SPECIAL PROVISIONS (1) The module shall operate in two different modes: (i) Full Cycle Countdown Mode - The module will start counting when the walk signal is energized. It will countdown the full walk and flashing clearance signal to reach "0" and turn off when the steady "Don't Walk" signal turns on. (ii) Clearance Cycle Countdown Mode - The module will start counting when the flashing clearance signal turns on and will countdown to "0" and turn off when the steady "Don't Walk" signal turns on. (iii) The Pedestrian Signal Head shall be capable of operation with or without the countdown option. Note: The units shall be set on the clearance cycle countdown mode at the factory. The units shall be changeable to either mode by a "jumper wire" on the back of the unit. iii) Power failure - The equipment must maintain a consistent countdown during short power failures (<1 second). A longer failure or an absence of signal superior to one (1) second must turn off display and trigger a restart system remembering the last sequence, as it is done for the NEMA traffic controller. 13) Quality Assurance - LED pedestrian countdown modules shall be manufactured in accordance with a Vendor quality assurance (QA) program including both design and production quality assurance. All QA process and test result documentation shall be kept on file for a minimum of seven years. 14) Warranty a) The unit shall be repaired or replaced by the contractor if it exhibits a failure due to workmanship or material defect within the first 60 months of delivery. The unit shall be repaired or replaced if the intensity level falls below 50% of the original values within 60 months of delivery 18-7.11 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Full compensation for Traffic Signal Modification shall be measured and shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. The contract compensation paid for Traffic Signal Modification shall include full compensation for furnishing all the labor, materials, tools, equipment and incidentals, and for doing all work involved in the electrical work as shown on the plans, as specified in these Technical Specifications and Appendices, the Caltrans Standard Plans and Specifications and as directed by the Engineer, including, dewatering (if needed), excavation, removal of excavated material and off-site disposal, shoring to meet Cal OSHA requirements (if needed), all appurtenances and equipment specified, foundations, transporting and installing City -furnished traffic signal/ luminaire standards, testing, and LED luminaires, installation of PG&E pole numbers, video detection system (see Technical Specifications Section 18-11), traffic monitoring cameras (see Technical Specifications Section 18-12), potholing, conduits, pull boxes, conductors, connection to new or existing pull boxes, replacement of disturbed surface material and all flatwork coordination with vendors/ suppliers, removing existing wiring, testing of all electrical systems to ensure a complete and functioning street lighting and traffic signal system, complete in place, and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. All trench restoration for traffic signal electrical conduit, including backfill materials and hot mix asphalt with T -cut, is included in the Traffic Signal Modification bid item. Full compensation for salvaging, hauling, stockpiling, and disposing of fluorescent tubing and mercury lamps shall be considered as included in the contract price paid for the Electrical Systems and no additional compensation will be allowed therefore. THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 21 SPECIAL PROVISIONS 18-8 AGGREGATE BASE 18-8.01 GENERAL Aggregate base shall be placed under all minor concrete, as specified below and as shown on the plans. Aggregate base shall be Class 2 and shall conform to the grading and quality requirements for 34" maximum as specified in Section 26-1.02B of the State Standard Specifications. Aggregate base material shall be compacted to 95% relative compaction as determined by standard test method ASTM D 6938; nuclear density device may be used. Subgrade material shall be moisture conditioned (if necessary) to above optimum moisture content and compacted to at least 95 percent relative compaction. The subgrade should not be allowed to dry out prior to pavement construction. Spreading and compacting of Class 2 AB material shall be performed by methods that will produce a uniform base, firmly compacted, and free from pockets of coarse or fine material. The Contractor shall coordinate with the City for material sampling and testing. The City's independent consultant shall have full access to all areas of the worksite necessary to sample and test required materials, including but not limited to aggregate base rock. Any material tested which does not meet the minimum design standards as outlined in the City's approved Quality Assurance Plan shall be removed and replaced at no cost to the City. The City will assume the cost of the testing. The Contractor shall install aggregate base rock from one source to ensure compaction testing results are reliable and consistent for the duration of the project. 18-8.02 DAILY SUBMITTAL The Contractor shall submit tickets indicating proof of tonnage of material delivered as the material arrives at the job site, or at anytime upon request of the Engineer. If the Contractor does not submit the tickets at the end of each day when aggregate base is installed, a temporary stop work order may be issued on the construction activity with no associated cost incurred by the City. The construction activity may resume with the Engineer's written approval upon receiving and reviewing all tickets. 18-8.03 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Fall compensation for completing the requirements of this section, including compaction to 95% of maximum relative compaction, shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 22 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11315 Scope of Work Approved by City Attorney, dated 02/27/2020 CITY OF SAN RAFAEL THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS 18-1 GENERAL......................................................................................................... 1 18-1.01 HOURS OF WORK................................................................................................. 1 18-1.02 ORDER OF WORK................................................................................................. 1 18-1.03 OBSTRUCTIONS................................................................................................... 1 18-1.04 EXISTING HIGHWAY FACILITIES.......................................................................... 2 18-1.05 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL AND DEWATERING ............................................... 2 18-1.06 SUBMITTALS........................................................................................................ 3 18-1.07 AS -BUILT PLANS................................................................................................... 3 18-1.08 WORK INCLUDED UNDER PAY ITEMS.................................................................. 4 18-1.09 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT........................................................................... 4 18-2 MOBILIZATION.................................................................................................5 18-2.01 GENERAL............................................................................................................. 5 18-2.02 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT........................................................................... 5 18-3 SIGNS AND TRAFFIC CONTROL....................................................................... 6 18-3.01 GENERAL............................................................................................................. 6 18-3.02 PUBLIC ACCESSIBILITY........................................................................................ 6 18-3.03 NO PARKING SIGNS.............................................................................................. 9 18-3.04 CONSTRUCTION AREA SIGNS............................................................................. 10 18-3.05 PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND SAFETY................................................................. 10 18-3.06 CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK .................................................... 11 18-3.07 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT......................................................................... 11 18-4 CONSTRUCTION STAKING............................................................................. 12 18-4.01 GENERAL........................................................................................................... 12 18-4.02 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT......................................................................... 12 18-5 CLEARING AND GRUBBING............................................................................ 13 18-5.01 GENERAL........................................................................................................... 13 18-5.02 CONCRETE REMOVAL........................................................................................ 13 18-5.03 EXCAVATION......................................................................................................13 18-5.04 TREE REMOVAL ......................................... 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BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 18-5.05 MISCELLANEOUS REMOVALS............................................................................ 14 18-5.06 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT......................................................................... 14 18-6 AGGREGATE BASE......................................................................................... 15 18-6.01 GENERAL........................................................................................................... 15 18-6.02 DAILY SUBMITTAL.............................................................................................. 15 18-6.03 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT......................................................................... 15 18-7 TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODIFICATION.................................................................. 16 18-7.01 GENERAL........................................................................................................... 16 18-7.02 TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALLATIONS AND MODIFICATIONS .................................... 16 18-7.03 ACCESSIBLE PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS.................................................................. 16 18-7.04 DISPOSING AND SALVAGING OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ............................... 16 18-7.05 FOUNDATIONS................................................................................................... 17 18-7.06 STANDARDS, POLES, STEEL PEDESTALS AND POSTS ....................................... 17 18-7.07 CONDUIT............................................................................................................17 18-7.08 PULL BOXES...................................................................................................... 18 18-7.09 CONDUCTORS AND WIRING............................................................................... 18 18-7.10 PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS....................................................................................... 18 18-7.11 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT......................................................................... 21 18-8 ALL WORK OUTLINED IN SPECIFICATION AND PLANS ................................... 22 18-8.01 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT......................................................................... 24 THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • INDEX TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 18-1 GENERAL All construction shall be in accordance with the 2018 Caltrans Standard Plans and Specifications, 2018 Caltrans Revised Standard Plans and Specifications, and most recent editions of the Marin County Uniform Construction Standards, Marin County Standard Specifications, and the City of San Rafael codes and ordinances unless noted otherwise on the plans. The Contractor shall perform all required work as shown on the plans as quickly as reasonably possible. The City will then issue a temporary suspension of working days until such a time as the traffic signal poles are available for installation. 18-1.01 HOURS OF WORK For the purposes of this contract, all work shall be night work defined as working hours between 7:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. No Lane closures will be allowed, with the exception of lane closures to pour concrete before 7:OOAM at the engineers discretion. The Contractor shall not perform any work, including warming up and servicing equipment, receiving deliveries, and other related work prior to the beginning of working hours as noted above. No work shall occur on City holidays unless previously agreed to in writing by the City. Work on weekends may be approved by the Engineer at no additional cost to the contract. If work on weekends is approved in writing by the Engineer and the Contractor requires traffic control within State right of way, the Contractor shall notify the State of California Representative as required by the Caltrans encroachment permit. The State Representative for this project is listed in the Caltrans encroachment permit. 18-1.02 ORDER OF WORK The first order of work shall be to prepare and submit a work plan, progress schedule for all items of work and traffic and pedestrian control plans in a form provided by or acceptable to the Engineer. The work plan and schedule shall be updated weekly to reflect all items of work performed at the site and shall clearly indicate the proposed completion date. No work may begin under contract until the Progress Schedule and Traffic Control Plan have been approved by the Engineer. Time required for review and approval of these items shall not constitute a basis for time extension. The third order of work shall be to pothole for underground utilities which may be in conflict with the proposed traffic signal pole foundations, conduits, and pull boxes. The above item(s) shall clearly disclose the Contractor's proposed procedures and methods of operation, including identifying any special equipment intended for use on the project and his method of handling traffic. It will be the responsibility of the Contractor to arrange for the towing and removal of any vehicles which have not been removed by the owner and which interfere with any operations. 18-1.03 OBSTRUCTIONS Attention is directed to Section 5-1.36C, "Nonhighway Facilities," and Section 15, "Existing Facilities," of the State Standard Specifications and these Technical Specifications. The Contractor's attention is directed to the existence of certain underground facilities that may require special precautions be taken by the Contractor to protect the health, safety and welfare of workmen and of the public. The Contractor shall notify the Engineer and the appropriate regional notification center for THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • I TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS operators of subsurface installations at least two working days, but not more than 14 calendar days, prior to performing any excavation or other work close to any underground pipeline, conduit, duct, wire or other structure. Regional notification centers include but are not limited to the following: Notification Center Underground Service Alert -- Northern California (USA) 1(800)227-2600 It is not the intent of the plans to show the exact location of existing or relocated utilities, and the Engineer assumes no responsibility therefore. Whenever any such utilities are indicated thereon, the Contractor shall be responsible for verifying their actual location and depth in the field. The Contractor shall pothole all locations identified by USA prior to any digging to positively verify the location of all utilities. All costs for potholing shall be considered as included in the contract prices for various items of work and no additional compensation will be allowed therefore. The Contractor shall provide the City the results of potholing activity. The Contractor shall pothole and locate existing PG&E gas lines within five feet of construction activity. The Contractor shall pothole PG&E facilities with a PG&E representative on site during potholing activity to determine safe excavation methods during construction. The Contractor shall contact PG&E to schedule standby to be on site during potholing. The Contractor shall also provide the USA tag number to PG&E. The Contractor shall backfill and replace the street section in place following potholing effort in a manner acceptable to the City and the utility. The precise location of the potholing shall be marked in the field by the engineer with the utility's concurrence. It is the Contractor's responsibility to coordinate any potholing work with the necessary utilities. The Contractor will not be entitled to damages or additional payment for delays, mobilization or demobilization caused by utility company's failure to appear on site at the designated date and time for potholing activity or any other private utility work. 18-1.04 EXISTING HIGHWAY FACILITIES The work performed in connection with various existing highway facilities shall conform to the provisions in Section 15, "Existing Highway Facilities," of the State Standard Specifications and these Technical Specifications. Except as otherwise provided for damaged materials in Section 15-1.03C, "Salvaging Facilities," of the State Standard Specifications, the materials to be salvaged shall remain the property of the City, and shall be cleaned, packaged, bundled, tagged, and hauled to the City's Corporation Yard located at 111 Morphew Street. A minimum of 72 hours' notice shall be given prior to hauling salvaged material to any storage area as noted above. Unless otherwise specified, all materials as shown on the plans to be removed, or as field marked and as directed by the Engineer to be removed shall be disposed of outside the project limits. The contract work area shall be left with a neat and finished appearance. At the end of each work day the project areas shall be swept clean or washed to the satisfaction of the Engineering at no additional cost to the City. Do not store or permit debris to accumulate on site. If Contractor fails to remove excess debris promptly by the end of the work day, City reserves right to cause same to be removed at Contractor's expense. 18-1.05 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL AND DEWATERING THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS The WPCP shall conform to all applicable requirements in Section 13, "Water Pollution Control," of the State Standard Specifications and Appendix A of these Technical Specifications. The Contractor shall comply with the requirements of the "Storm Water Technical Specifications (Form TR -0400)" included in Appendix B. All water encountered in constructing roadway improvements or storm drain pipes, manholes and catch basins shall be disposed of by the Contractor in such manner as will not damage the public or private property or create a nuisance or health menace. The Contractor shall furnish, install, and operate pumps, pipes, appliances, and equipment of sufficient capacity to keep all excavations and accesses free from water until the excavation is backfilled, unless otherwise authorized by the Engineer. The Contractor shall provide all means or facilities necessary to conduct water to the pumps. Filtered water, if odorless and stable, may be discharged into and existing storm drain, channel, or street gutter in a manner approved by the Engineer. When required by the Engineer, a means shall be provided for desilting the water before discharge. 18-1.06 SUBMITTALS Contractor shall submit a progress schedule for all work. The schedule shall include mobilization, the sequence of operation, and a project completion date. No work shall commence until a progress schedule and methods have been approved. Once the work begins, the Contractor shall submit an updated weekly schedule every Thursday by noon. The Contractor shall submit a schedule in a format acceptable to the Engineer. The schedule shall show the controlling item of work. If, in the opinion of the Engineer, the work being performed does not match the schedule or there is a discrepancy in the schedule the Contractor shall revise the schedule to represent the work being performed including the controlling item of work and the proposed completion date. The Contractor shall submit via email one electronic PDF of each submittal for review by the City. Except as otherwise provided in the Technical Specifications, the Contractor shall allow five (5) working days after submittals are furnished to the Engineer for review. See individual sections for submittal requirements included in, but not limited to the following sections: 1. Progress Schedule, Traffic Control, Pedestrian Access, and Stage Construction Plan 2. Concrete Mix Design 3. Electrical Materials (signal heads, conduit, conductors, pull box, pedestrian push buttons) 4. Water Pollution Control Plan 5. Potholing Results 6. As -built Plans 7. Any other items required by the City The Contractor shall furnish to the City Certificates of Compliance for all metal products (i.e. steel reinforcement, manhole and drain inlet frames/grates, pedestrian barricade, traffic signal standards, etc.) indicating conformance to all Buy American requirements. 18-1.07 AS -BUILT PLANS Upon completion of the work, the Contractor shall furnish to the City a complete set of as -built plans showing all changes or deviations from the plans taking care to note the location of objects not installed at the location shown on the plans. Improvements will not be accepted by the City for permanent maintenance until the Contractor has submitted all as -built plans to the Engineer. The as -built plans shall conform to the following: 1. The plans must be stamped or otherwise noted "AS -BUILT," be 22"x34" in size, and be neat, clear, and readable. 2. On the signing and striping plan sheet, the dates of signing/ striping removal, relocations, or installations must be shown on the as -built. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 3 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS As -built plans must contain the encroachment permit number, County, Route, and Post Mile on each sheet. Additionally, as -built plans must contain the contractor's name, permanent address, date prepared, and signature. 4. Disclaimer statements of any kind that differ from the obligations and protections provided by Sections 6735 through 6735.6 of the California Business and Professions Code must not be included on the as -built plans. Such statements constitute non-compliance with the encroachment permit requirements. 18-1.08 WORK INCLUDED UNDER PAY ITEMS Where an item is listed as a pay item in the Prices of Items, the lump sum or unit price quoted shall be considered as full compensation for furnishing all labor, materials, tools, equipment, incidentals and doing all the work necessary, including final cleanup, to construct the pay item complete in place as shown on the plans and specified in these specifications. It is the intention herein is that all items of work required by these plans and specifications are included in the Prices of Items. Items of work not so included will be deemed fully compensated for in the price quoted for each respective item set forth that is most closely associated with the work required and no additional compensation will be allowed therefore. 18-1.09 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Full compensation for all requirements of this section including but not limited to schedule preparation and updates, utility coordination, potholing all utilities, backfilling potholed areas, working around existing obstructions, water pollution control and dewatering, submittals and all other items considered in this section shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. The Contractor shall not be entitled to any right of way delay for delays caused by the utility relocating the potholed utilities. Proper time extension to the contract will be allowed for any delays associated with utility relocations. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 4 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 18-2 MOBILIZATION 18-2.01 GENERAL The work to be performed under this item includes, but is not limited to, furnishing all labor, equipment, and materials necessary to bring a construction force to full operation on the job site. Work includes, but is not limited to, preparation of access routes to the job site, protection of existing facilities, movement of personnel, equipment, supplies, incidentals, and coordination with the City. This section also includes all necessary permits required by the Contractor, including the Caltrans Double Permit. 18-2.02 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Full compensation for mobilization shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. The compensation paid for mobilization shall include full compensation for furnishing all labor, materials, tools, equipment and incidental, and for doing all work involving in mobilization as specified in these Technical Specifications, the State Standard Plans and Specifications and as directed by the Engineer, and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 5 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 18-3 SIGNS AND TRAFFIC CONTROL 18-3.01 GENERAL Signs and Traffic Control shall consist of closing traffic lanes, sidewalks and paths in accordance with the provisions of Section 12, "Temporary Traffic Control," of the State Standard Specifications, the provisions under "Maintaining Traffic" of the Standard Plans, these Technical Specifications, and the latest edition of the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (CAMUTCD). It is the Contractor's responsibility to provide safety with the least possible inconvenience to vehicular and pedestrian traffic during construction. The Contractor shall provide a continuous path of travel for pedestrians at all times. Contractor shall be responsible for all warning and detour signs. An adequate number of flag persons shall be employed to direct traffic around construction zones and to respond to unexpected traffic problems. If in the opinion of the Engineer additional flag persons or traffic control devices are needed at the site, the Contractor shall provide the necessary measures at no additional cost to the City. It shall be understood by the Contractor that field modifications are needed to fit field conditions which sometimes change during the project. The provisions in this section will not relieve the Contractor from his responsibility to provide such additional devices or take such measures as may be necessary to comply with the provisions in Section 7-1.04, "Public Safety," of the State Standard Specifications. The Contractor shall assume for the purposes of bidding that one changeable message signs will be deployed beginning at least one week prior to the commencement of construction activity until project completion. Additional changeable message signs required by the State or City shall be included in the contract at the Contractor's expense. Prior to the start of construction, the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer a well-defined, written traffic control and pedestrian access (including sketches), detour and signing plan to the Engineer for approval five (5) working days prior to commencement of work. The plan shall illustrate the locations of traffic control and pedestrian access devices and the contents and locations of traffic control, pedestrian access and detour signs. The traffic control plan shall include existing signs to remain, existing signs to be covered or removed, new temporary signs, Changeable Message Signs locations and messages, arrow boards, and other items as required. The traffic control and pedestrian access signage shall include complete directions and detour signs in advance of the construction zone and throughout the entire detour route. Additional submittals will be required as necessary and as the construction conditions change. The working drawing shall be stamped by an Engineer who is registered as a Civil Engineer or Traffic Engineer in the State of California. One (1) set of working drawings shall be submitted to the Engineer via email in PDF format. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for pedestrian and vehicular movement through the project area and shall assume full liability for any and all claims arising out of the construction of the project, including but not limited to claims for personal injury, damage to existing structures, loss of business, etc. The Contractor shall agree to hold the City and all its employees, representatives and consultants harmless from any and all such claims. No additional compensation shall be paid for any work that has to be performed outside normal working hours as a result of these Technical Specifications. [E:���L►•l• liJ] �1 [�I:LK�I�Y.�I:I1�1111�'1 The Contractor shall provide access to the public through the project areas at all times. The Contractor shall provide access to adjacent properties at all times. The Contractor shall maintain THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 6 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS access to properties and pedestrian access even after hours for the life of the construction. Temporary access ramps shall be installed to maintain access and shall be shown on the Contractor's staging plan. The Contractor shall be responsible for designing working drawings, constructing and providing a safe and adequate continuous, accessible and safe path of travel around or through localized construction work zones and to each building, business and property utilized by the public. The Contractor shall use temporary asphalt, aggregate base, wood/metal ramps, signs, cones, barricades, flashers, and flaggers to direct and channel the public during and after construction. All proposed closures of a pedestrian access path shall be submitted in writing to the Engineer for review and approval. Advance warning shall be provided to the public should an access path be closed. All safe paths of travel shall be in compliance with applicable Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations and the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (CAMUTCD). The provisions in this section will not relieve the Contractor from his responsibility to provide such additional devices or take such measures as may be necessary to comply with the provisions in Section 7-1.03, "Public Convenience," of the State Standard Specifications. Materials Materials used for public accessibility during construction includes, but is not limited to: ■ Temporary Hot -mix Asphalt Concrete (cut back asphalt concrete not permitted) ■ Temporary Wood Ramp ■ Aluminum Modular Ramps. EZ -Access or approved equal. Contact info: www.ezaccess.com, Phone 800•451-1903. ■ Four (4) foot wide minimum walking surface with running slope not to exceed seven and one-half (7.5) percent. ■ Barricade materials: Delineators, A -Frames, Barrier Caution Tape, Fencing Material ■ Non-skid tape ■ Four (4) inch timber, or equivalent, at the bottom of any railing to provide for the sight impaired Installation Temporary ramps shall be constructed so installation and removal will not damage existing pavement, curb and/or gutter. Ramps shall have a minimum four (4) foot wide walking surface and a running slope not to exceed seven and one-half (7.5) percent. Ramps shall meet existing surfaces without gaps. When required for drainage, a Schedule 40 PVC pipe, with minimum 2 -inch diameter, shall be installed under or through ramp in gutter or flow line. Transitions between ramps and the street or sidewalk surfaces shall be smooth. Sides of the ramp shall be protected where drop-offs exceed six (6) inches. Ramps shall be provided to the public leading to businesses. Ramps at the corners of the intersections shall be made of temporary AC pavement to ensure that a smooth transition is provided for the public as well as auto traffic. All temporary wooden ramps shall be maintained throughout the construction project. The Contractor shall maintain the structural integrity of the ramps. No loose, splintered boards or nails will be acceptable. Maintenance of a Clear and Accessible Public Corridor The Contractor shall maintain a four (4) foot accessible corridor that provides at least one safe path THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECIINICAL SPECIFICATIONS - 7 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS of travel for the public at all times for the duration of the project. Conversely, if a safe path of travel is not available, the Contractor shall post the sidewalk as being closed, however, access must still be maintained to each business. Signage shall be placed at the location of closure as well as the next intersection in both directions, advising of the closure but noting that access is still available to all businesses. All proposed closures of a pedestrian access path shall be submitted in writing to the Engineer for review and approval. The Contractor shall provide a path to the businesses and residents, using aggregate base to backfill, after demolition of the concrete sidewalk, curb and gutter. The aggregate base shall be firmly packed to establish a safe and ADA compliant path, along the entire work zone. Installation of Barricades Barricades, which will provide protection for the public from traffic or construction operations, shall be installed in the following locations: ■ Between the access route and any adjacent construction site. ■ Between the alternate circulation path and any adjacent construction site. ■ Between the alternate circulation path and the vehicular way, if the alternate circulation path is diverted into the street. ■ Between the alternate circulation path and any protruding objects, drop-offs, or other hazards to the public. ■ At the down curb ramp of an intersection, if opposite up curb ramp is temporarily or completely blocked, and no adjacent alternative circulation path is provided. Surfacing of Public Corridors During construction, tripping hazards and barriers must be removed to maintain an accessible safe path of travel. The surface of the path of travel shall be skid resistant and free of irregularities. Opened crosswalks, ramps and walkways in general shall be kept free of debris and obstructions. Identification of Safe Path of Travel If alternate circulation routes are provided for the public to bypass the construction site, the route shall be clearly defined and advance warning shall be provided to clearly delineate the alternate circulation route. Any change of level in a path of travel that is over 1/4 inch (1 /2" maximum) height must be beveled at 45 degrees to provide a smooth, non -tripping transition. The Engineer shall review and approve any public access limitations and notification requirements for pedestrians with mobility or vision impairments. When using A -frames for defining a path of travel, A -frames shall be placed end to end (no spacing between barricades) to provide a continuous guide for individuals using canes. A -frames shall be connected with 2x4's that are continuous and are attached to the base of the barricade system at two (2) to four (4) inches from the ground. Caution tapes shall not be used as barricades or to define a path of travel but may be used to highlight danger or in conjunction with barricades. Excavated areas shall be secured by means of barricades or temporary fences. The bottom three (3) inches of any fencing material used shall be made solid to act as a guide for canes used by the visually impaired. Wood, sheet metal, railings, or other approved material may be used at the bottom portion of the fence. Curb ramps leading to closed crosswalks shall be appropriately barricaded. Temporary ramps shall be provided at temporary crosswalks and shall be able to direct blind pedestrians to and through the temporary path of travel. R9 -3a and R9 -3b signs shall be mounted on the barricade to advise pedestrians of closed sidewalk and directed routes. No trucks or equipment shall be parked or obstructing the public path of travel at any time. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 8 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Warning Signs The Contractor shall provide warning signs for temporary ramps and barricades. Warning signs shall be located at both the near side and the far side of the intersection preceding a temporarily completely blocked public way. Restoration of Public Routes After construction, the site shall be restored to its former condition, or new condition as required. 18-3.03 NO PARKING SIGNS The Contractor shall be provided with temporary, City furnished, "NO PARKING" signs, which he must post in the construction zone seventy-two (72) hours prior to commencing operations. The posting must be witnessed by the San Rafael Police Department twenty-four (24) hours prior to towing. It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to ensure the signs and barricades are maintained overnight and on weekends. The signs shall be preserved and re -used throughout the duration of the project. Dates and times of parking restrictions shall be clearly indicated on the signs. Availability Upon approval of materials and before commencement of work, the City shall furnish the Contractor with twenty- five (25) "No parking -Tow Away" signs. The Contractor shall take steps to protect and preserve these signs so that they will remain usable throughout the full term of the job. Additional signs shall be provided as needed. Only City issued signs, or approved equals, may be used. 2. Placement While the minimum distance between signs shall be 200 feet, the signs shall be placed so that they are: a) Easily visible/readable to any individual standing within 100 feet of a sign; b) Visible/readable from any vehicle parked within 100 feet of a sign; or c) As directed by the Engineer or San Rafael Police Department. Signs, once posted, shall be maintained until no longer required and then salvaged. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to make sure that the signs remain posted until no longer required and are protected from vandalism or removal. If time between construction phases exceeds two days, including non -working days, all no parking signs shall be removed. 3. Authority and Enforcement Once posted, the Contractor shall notify the Engineer who in turn will notify the San Rafael Police Department as to the location and limits of such signs. The Police Department will then, at their earliest convenience, dispatch an officer who will verify and log the location and limits. No less than twenty-four (24) hours after said entry is made, autos may be towed from the location, under the immediate direction of a Police Officer, provided that the signs have be properly maintained. 4. Costs - Payment - For Signs THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 9 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS All costs (except purchase or charges related to lost signs), labor, equipment charges, etc., incurred in accordance with this section shall be considered to be included in the as various other items price paid for Signs and Traffic Control. 18-3.04 CONSTRUCTION AREA SIGNS Construction area signs shall be furnished, installed, maintained, and removed when no longer required in accordance with the provisions in Section 12, "Temporary Traffic Control," of the State Standard Specifications, the latest edition of the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, and these Technical Specifications. The Contractor shall notify the appropriate regional notification center for operators of subsurface installations at least two working days, but not more than 14 calendar days, prior to commencing any excavation for construction area sign posts. The regional notification centers include but are not limited to the following: Notification Center Underground Service Alert - Northern California (USA) 1(800)227-2600 All excavations required to install construction area signs shall be performed by hand methods without the use of power equipment, except that power equipment may be used if it is determined there are no utility facilities in the area of the proposed post holes. Sign substrates for stationary mounted construction area signs may be fabricated from fiberglass reinforced plastic as specified under `Prequalified and Tested Signing and Delineation Materials" elsewhere in these Technical Specifications. Type IV reflective sheeting for sign panels for portable construction area signs shall conform to the requirements specified under `Prequalified and Tested Signing and Delineation Materials" elsewhere in these Technical Specifications. 18-3.05 PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND SAFETY Adequate lighting shall be provided throughout the construction period in areas open to the public. The Contractor shall be fully responsible for accidents to the public and or damage to public and private property on the site of the work. The Contractor shall give special attention to provide continuous and uninterrupted traffic to and from the businesses on and adjacent to the work. The Contractor shall schedule and pursue his operations in such a manner that undesirable construction conditions will be minimized. The Contractor shall provide watchpersons and flagpersons as well as provide and maintain fences, barriers, guardrails, and other safety devices adjacent to and on the site at or near all barriers as may be necessary to control traffic and prevent accidents to the public. The Contractor shall furnish, place, and maintain such devices as set forth in the current "Manual of Traffic Control for Construction and Maintenance Work Zones," issued by the California Department of Transportation. Flagpersons, while on duty, shall perform their duties and shall be provided with the necessary equipment in accordance with the current "Flagging Instruction Handbook" issued by the California Department of Transportation. The Contractor shall maintain private entrances and sidewalk areas and shall construct such detours as may be necessary to properly conduct the work and to provide entrances to private properties at all times. All temporary walking areas shall meet the American with Disability (ADA) requirements for clearances and obstructions. Any temporary paving, covers, etc. shall be constructed and installed in such a manner to meet the ADA requirements. In the event the Contractor fails to meet the ADA requirements, the City of San Rafael may make modifications to THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 10 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS the walking areas at the Contractor's expense. All trenches shall be backfilled at the end of the day or temporary covers shall be maintained during non -working hours to avoid any safety issues for vehicles or pedestrians walking in the project areas. The Contractor shall make all arrangements with property owners for the use of private land for detours or for any other purpose and shall save the City of San Rafael free from any liability incurred through the use or non-use of such private property. Upon favorable completion of the work, the Contractor shall remove all signs and traffic control devices from within the project limits to the satisfaction of the Engineer. At the end of the job, all signs, lights, barriers, etc. shall be removed from the construction sites. All sites shall be left clean and orderly. 18-3.06 CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK Until the formal acceptance of the work by the City of San Rafael, the Contractor shall have charge and care thereof and shall bear the risk of injury or damage to any part thereof and shall bear the risk of injury or damage to any part thereof by the action of the elements or for any other cause, whether arising from the execution or from non -execution of the work. Existing streets, including haul routes, either public or private, within the work area shall be maintained in safe and orderly conditions at all times. When ordered to do so by the Engineer, any deficiencies shall be immediately corrected to the satisfaction of the Engineer. If the Contractor fails to correct such deficiencies in a timely fashion, the City of San Rafael may have the necessary work performed at the Contractor's expense and/or stop any further work on the project until a safe and orderly condition has been restored. Before completion and acceptance of the work, the Contractor shall rebuild, repair, restore, and make good all injuries or damages to any portion of the work required under the contract and shall bear the cost thereof. Inability to obtain labor, materials and/or equipment will not be considered an exception. 18-3.07 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Full compensation for completing the work included in Signs and Traffic Control shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. The work completed shall include full compensation for furnishing all labor, materials, tools, equipment and incidentals, including but not limited to preparing and maintaining an adequate traffic control plan, placing, removing, storing, maintaining, moving to new locations, replacing, and disposing of the components of the temporary traffic control measures for pedestrians and vehicular traffic, Changeable Message Signs, and Construction Area Signs, as specified in the State Standard Specifications, City encroachment permit, and these Technical Specifications, and as directed by the Engineer. Full compensation for flagging cost shall be considered as included in Signs and Traffic Control, and no additional compensation will be allowed therefore. The shared cost for providing flagging as specified in Section 12-1.04, "Payment," of the State Standard Specifications, shall not apply to the item of Signs and Traffic Control The adjustment provisions in Section 4-1.05 "Changes and Extra Work," of the State Standard Specifications, shall not apply to the item of Signs and Traffic Control. Adjustments in the compensation for Signs and Traffic Control will be made only for increased or decreased traffic control system required by changes ordered by the Engineer and will be made on the basis of the cost of the increased or decreased traffic control necessary. Such adjustment will be made on a force account basis as provided in Section 9-1.04, "Force Account", of the State Standard Specifications for increased work, and estimated on the same basis in the case of decreased work. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECIINICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 1 I TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 18-4 CONSTRUCTION STAKING 18-4.01 GENERAL All working stakes shall be established by a licensed Land Surveyor or a registered Civil Engineer authorized to practice land surveying pursuant to Section 8725 of the Business and Professions Code of California. The Contractor shall be held responsible for the correctness of such working stakes. The location of the working stakes shall conform to Chapter 12 of the State Standard Specifications Section 5.126 of the State Standard Specifications does not apply. The Contractor shall provide a qualified "Grade Setter" to check horizontal and vertical alignment of all improvements in progress so that improvements will be built to conform to the lines, widths, and grades on the approved plans or any change order issued by the City Engineer. The Contractor shall make available the "Grade Setter" to work with the City's Inspector on checking or verifying all grade stakes, blue tops, form work, etc., when requested by the Inspector. The "Grade Setter" shall provide all necessary equipment and tools to perform this work. Regardless of any opportunity to review the survey work by the City, the Contractor shall assume absolute responsibility and liability for the accuracy and completeness of all aspects of the improvement project and the construction layout. The Contractor is responsible for any and all re -staking expenses. The Contractor shall preserve all existing benchmarks, survey control points, reference points, and other permanent points within the project limits. Any of the aforementioned survey markers that are damaged will be replaced by the Engineer and paid for at the Contractor's expense. It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to notify the Engineer of any discrepancies found between the field conditions and grades and notes shown on the Plans. 18-4.02 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Full compensation for completing the requirements of this section shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. TIIIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 12 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 18-5 CLEARING AND GRUBBING i i:�i [�I =e7 �� 1 �1 C7•� 1 The work shall consist of removing all objectionable materials from within the project limits, as specified in Section 17-2, "Clearing and Grubbing," of the State Standard Specifications. The Contractor shall remove and dispose of trash from the site work area. Objectionable materials removed shall be disposed of outside the street right of way in accordance with the applicable sections of the State Standard Specifications and applicable laws. The Contractor shall exercise caution when working around existing facilities. Any damage to existing street trees, to private properties, to public utilities and/or other public facilities not identified on the plans for removal shall be repaired or replaced in kind at the Contractor's expense. The repair or replacement shall be to the satisfaction of the Engineer and no additional compensation will be allowed therefore. Nothing herein shall be construed as relieving the Contractor of his responsibility for final cleanup of the project site. Removal and disposal of existing roadside signs and post shall be included in Clearing and Grubbing. 18-5.02 CONCRETE REMOVAL Concrete sidewalk, caps over utilities, bus pad, curb, and gutter shall be removed as shown on the plans and in accordance with the provisions in Section 15-1.0313, "Removing Concrete," of the State Standard Specifications and these Technical Specifications. Concrete sidewalk, bus pad, curb, and gutter shall be removed to the joint lines. Where no joints exists in the curb, gutter, or sidewalk on which concrete is to be removed, a straight, neat cut with a power driven saw shall be made along said line to a minimum depth of 2 -inches before removing concrete. Concrete saw cuts shall be at score marks. Sidewalk, curb and gutter, or other miscellaneous concrete not identified on the plans for removal which is damaged as a result of the Contractor's operations shall be removed and replaced in kind at the Contractor's expense. Concrete removed shall be disposed of outside the street right of way in accordance with relevant sections of the State Standard Specifications. Clearing and grubbing shall be staged to present the least amount of disruption to the general public. The Contractor shall coordinate all clearing and grubbing with the Engineer prior to performing any work. All traffic control devices, barricades, etc., must be on site prior to clearing and grubbing. The schedule shall also show the sequence of clearing and grubbing such that open areas are limited to no more than two (2) unless approved in advance in writing by the Engineer. 18-5.03 EXCAVATION The work shall consist of excavation and removal of existing material as shown on the plans and as specified in Section 19, "Earthwork," of the State Standard Specifications. The Contractor shall remove existing asphalt concrete and all other soils as shown on the plans for the purposes of installing new roadway and pedestrian improvements. On the line at which the asphalt concrete is to be removed, a straight, neat cut, with a power driven saw (or other acceptable means) shall be made to the full depth of the existing asphalt concrete prior to the removal of the asphalt concrete pavement. Removal operations shall be performed with minimum damage to any portion of the asphalt concrete pavement that is to remain in place. All damage to the existing asphalt concrete to remain TIIIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 13 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS in place shall be repaired to a condition equal to that existing prior to the beginning of removal operations at the Contractor's own expense. Residue from cutting operations shall not be permitted to flow into storm drains or across lanes occupied by traffic and shall be removed from the pavement surface, concurrent with the cutting operation. All excavated material shall be removed and disposed of outside the street right of way in accordance with relevant sections of the State Standard Specifications. Surplus excavated material shall become the property of the Contractor and shall be disposed of outside the project site at the Contractor's own expense. No excavated material will be allowed to be stockpiled overnight in or adjacent to public right-of-ways, unless approved by the City. If stockpile locations are approved, all stockpiles shall be properly covered and barricaded. Unless otherwise provided for in these Technical Specifications, the excavation may not be left without backfill during non -working hours except with prior written approval from the Engineer. Excavations left without backfill shall be barricaded and covered or otherwise protected to ensure public safety. 18-5.05 MISCELLANEOUS REMOVALS The work shall consist of removing all necessary items in the field to construct the improvements as shown on the plans. This includes, but is not limited to, the following: pedestrian barricades, roadside sign posts and foundations, irrigation equipment, and removal of any other item as directed by the Engineer. Removal of traffic signal equipment (i.e. foundations, poles, conductors, etc.) shall be part of the bid item for traffic signal modification. 18-5.06 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Full compensation for Clearing and Grubbing shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. The work included in clearing and grubbing shall consist of furnishing all the labor, materials, tools, equipment, incidentals, and for doing all the work involved in clearing and grubbing, including removing concrete sidewalk, bus pad, roadway, curb, and gutter (including sawcutting for all items requiring sawcutting), trimming trees (where necessary), , and excavation of existing asphalt concrete, and all other material requiring excavation for the construction of all improvements as shown on the plans, and proper disposal of materials all as specified in the State Standard Specifications, these Technical Specifications, and as directed by the Engineer, and no additional compensation will be allowed therefore. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 14 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 18-6 AGGREGATE BASE 18-6.01 GENERAL Aggregate base shall be placed under all minor concrete, as specified below and as shown on the plans. Aggregate base shall be Class 2 and shall conform to the grading and quality requirements for 3.4" maximum as specified in Section 26-1.0213 of the State Standard Specifications. Aggregate base material shall be compacted to 95% relative compaction as determined by standard test method ASTM D 6938; nuclear density device may be used. The Contractor shall coordinate with the City for material sampling and testing. The City's independent consultant shall have full access to all areas of the worksite necessary to sample and test required materials, including but not limited to aggregate base rock. Any material tested which does not meet the minimum design standards as outlined in the City's approved Quality Assurance Plan shall be removed and replaced at no cost to the City. The City will assume the cost of the testing. The Contractor shall install aggregate base rock from one source to ensure compaction testing results are reliable and consistent for the duration of the project. 18-6.02 DAILY SUBMITTAL The Contractor shall submit tickets indicating proof of tonnage of material delivered as the material arrives at the job site, or at anytime upon request of the Engineer. If the Contractor does not submit the tickets at the end of each day when aggregate base is installed, a temporary stop work order may be issued on the construction activity with no associated cost incurred by the City. The construction activity may resume with the Engineer's written approval upon receiving and reviewing all tickets. 18-6.03 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Full compensation for completing the requirements of this section, including compaction to 95% of maximum relative compaction, shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. THIRD STREET AND IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • 15 SPECIAL PROVISIONS 18-7 TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODIFICATION 18-7.01 GENERAL Traffic signal and safety lighting work shall conform to the provisions in Section 86, "Electrical Work," of the State Standard Specifications and these Technical Specifications. 18-7.02 TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALLATIONS AND MODIFICATIONS The Contractor shall be responsible for locating and marking the positions of all traffic signal standards, pull boxes, and conduit. All locations shall be approved by the Engineer before any work is performed. 18-7.03 ACCESSIBLE PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS The Contractor shall furnish and install accessible pedestrian signals (APS) and conductors as shown on the plans. APS shall conform to the 2018 Caltrans Standard Plan ES -5C and 2018 State Revised Standard Specifications Section 86 1.02T. The Contractor shall furnish and install Guardian Wave Independent 4 -Wire APS Stations manufactured by Campbell Company as shown in Appendix B. No substitutions will be allowed. The housing color shall be black. The size of the APS unit shall be 5"x73/4". Contractor shall furnish and install 18 gauge 4 conductor wire between the APS unit and the signal power interface in the corresponding pedestrian signal head. • Utilize both a vibrating arrow button and audible sounds • All sounds shall be emanated from the back and front of the unit • Provide a total of up to ten (10) walk sound options • Provide a choice of four (4) locating tones including Canadian Melody or verbal countdown • Vibrate on the Walk indication • Provide the capability to set volume minimum and maximums for sounds • Provide for an extended push button feature to boost and/or turn on volumes • Provide for customized audio messages, firmware updates and configuration settings, which can be uploaded wirelessly, e.g., via Bluetooth using Windows or iOS • Provide for an independent ambient adjustment setting for the locate tone including adjustments for low ambient noise conditions • Be vandal resistant The push button unit shall have a black button cover, contain a custom message to include the street being crossed, and MUTCD-compliant signage. Contractor shall supply all cabling including any and all cabling associated with the connections between each of the push button assemblies. Terminal screws shall be used for all bare wire terminations. Crimp terminals are not allowed. 18-7.04 DISPOSING AND SALVAGING OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT The Contractor shall remove, handle, transport, store, and dispose of all existing luminaires including light bulbs, and all other construction or installation related refuse in compliance with City's current practice and all applicable laws and regulations in such a manner as to minimize potential adverse environmental impacts on this project at no additional cost to the City. The City encourages recycling where possible. Ballasts and transformers that contain polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB's) are designated as extremely hazardous wastes and fluorescent tubing and mercury lamps are designated as hazardous wastes under Title 22, Division 4.5, Chapter 11, Article 4.1 and Article 5, of the California THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 16 SPECIAL PROVISIONS Code of Regulations. Contractor shall provide evidence of proper disposal of hazardous waste. I8-7.05 FOUNDATIONS Portland cement concrete shall conform to Section 90-2, "Minor Concrete," of the State Standard Specifications except for cast -in -drilled -hole pile foundations, which shall conform to Section 56- 3.01C(2)(b), "Cast -in -Drilled -Hole Concrete Pile Foundations." The Contractor shall remove all existing foundations in conflict with the proposed location of new poles. The Contractor shall coordinate with all utility companies whose facilities are in conflict with the proposed foundations. 18-7.06 STANDARDS, POLES, STEEL PEDESTALS AND POSTS All standards and anchor bolts shall be City -furnished and contractor installed unless otherwise noted on the Plans. City -furnished standards and anchor bolts will be stored at D.C. Electric Group, Inc.'s yard located at 8023 Gravenstein Highway South, Cotati, CA 94931. The Contractor shall pick up and transport all standards, poles, posts, anchor bolts, and miscellaneous City -furnished items as noted on the plans from D.C. Electric Group's yard to the job site for installation. All standards shall conform to Section 56-3, "Standards, Poles, Pedestals, and Posts," of the State Standard Specifications. Type 1 standards shall be assembled and set with the handhole on the downstream side of the pole in relation to traffic as shown on the plans. Mast arm mounted street name signs shall be installed on signal mast arms at the locations shown on the plans. The street name signs and mounting hardware shall be Contractor furnished. The sign panel shall be leveled and hardware securely tightened. 18-7.07 CONDUIT Conduit to be installed underground shall be Type 1 or Type 3 as defined in Section 86-1.0213 of the 2018 State Standard Specifications unless otherwise specified herein. The conduit in a foundation and between a foundation and the nearest pull box shall be Type 1. Conduit sizes shown on the plans and specified in the State Standard Specifications and these Technical Specifications are referenced to metallic type conduit. When a standard coupling cannot be used for joining Type 1 conduit, a UL listed threaded union coupling conforming to the provisions in Section 87-1.03B, "Conduit Installation," of the State Standard Specifications, or a concrete -tight split coupling, or concrete -tight set screw coupling shall be used. If Type 3 conduit is placed in a trench, not in the pavement or under concrete sidewalk after the bedding material is placed and the conduit is installed, backfill the trench to not less than 4 inches above the conduit with minor concrete under Section 90-2, except the concrete must contain not less than 421 pounds of cementitious material per cubic yard. Backfill the remaining trench to finished grade with backfill material. After conductors have been installed, the ends of conduits terminating in pull boxes and the service equipment enclosure shall be sealed with an approved type of sealing compound. THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 17 SPECIAL PROVISIONS At those locations where conduit is required to be installed under pavement and underground facilities designated as high priority subsurface installation under Government Code § 4216 et seq. exist, conduit must be placed by the Trenching in Pavement Method under Caltrans Standard Specification section 87-1.03B(3). The conduit shall have a 45 -degree sweep (measured in the vertical plane) with a minimum bend radius of 36 inches when entering the pull box. The conduit shall have a safe working pull strength greater than 3,000 pounds. 18-7.08 PULL BOXES Pull boxes shall be concrete utility boxes. Pull boxes shall be as shown on the plans and in accordance with Section 86-1.02C, "Pull Boxes," and Section 87-1.03C, "Installation of Pull Boxes" of the State Standard Specifications. Grout shall not be placed in the bottom of pull boxes. Pull boxes for traffic signal circuits shall be marked "San Rafael Traffic Signal." Pull boxes for lighting circuits shall be marked "Street Lighting." All pull boxes shall have non -slip lids. Pull boxes shall not be installed in a curb ramp. Existing pull boxes to remain shall be adjusted to finished grade. 18-7.09 CONDUCTORS AND WIRING The Contractor shall furnish and install all conductors and wiring as shown on the plans. Splices shall be insulated by "Method B" or, at the Contractor's option, splices of conductors shall be insulated with heat -shrink tubing of the appropriate size after thoroughly painting the spliced conductors with electrical insulating coating. The minimum insulation thickness, at any point, for Type USE, RHH or RHW wire shall be 0.039 inches for conductor sizes No. 14 to No. 10, inclusive, and 0.051 inches for No. 8 to No. 2, inclusive. The minimum insulation thickness, at any point, for Type THW and TW wires shall be 0.03 -inches for conductor sizes No. 14 to No. 10, inclusive, 0.04 -inches for No. 8, and 0.053 inches for No. 6 to No. 2, inclusive. TESTING The Contractor shall perform a high-voltage series lighting test consisting of the open circuit voltage of the connected constant current transformer between conductors and ground. The high-voltage test shall not be performed on existing circuits or equipment. Non -testing of existing circuits and equipment shall not relieve the Contractor from the responsibility for malfunctioning of existing lighting circuits due to the Contractor making splices in or connecting to the circuits and such malfunctions shall be corrected at the Contractor's expense. 18-7.10 PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS The Contractor shall furnish and install all pedestrian signals and lamps as shown on the plans. Lamps for pedestrian signal units and shall be Contractor furnished. All pedestrian signals shall be furnished with LED modules with self-contained countdown timer. Pedestrian signals shall be Type A. THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 18 SPECIAL PROVISIONS Pedestrian countdown traffic signal housing built to Institute of Transportation Engineers' (ITE) "Pedestrian Traffic Control Signal Indications" (PTCSI) Standard. The message -bearing surface of the module shall be supplied with an overlapping, full "UPRAISED HAND" and "WALKING PERSON" symbol, that complies with PTCSI standard for these symbols for a message -bearing surface of the size specified and the numbers 00 to 99 on the numerical countdown display. The numerical countdown display shall have 2 rows of LEDs and a minimum height of 7 inches. The modules shall use light emitting diodes as the light source as shown on the plans and in conformance with these specifications. Outlined shapes shall not be accepted. LED pedestrian countdown signal modules used on this project shall be from a single manufacturer. Circuit boards and power supplies shall be contained inside the modules. Circuit boards shall conform to the requirements in Chapter 1, Section 6 of the "Transportation Electrical Equipment Specifications," (TEES) published by the State of California Department of Transportation. The lens of the LED pedestrian countdown signal modules shall be polycarbonate UV stabilized and a minimum of '/a" thick. The exterior of the lens of the LED pedestrian countdown signal module shall be smooth and frosted to prevent sun phantom. The Pedestrian Countdown construction shall meet the following requirements: 1) The LED pedestrian countdown signal module shall be a single, self-contained device, not requiring on-site assembly for installation into the existing traffic signal housing and include an installed gasket. 2) The LEDs for the "Upraised Hand" shall be Portland Orange and shall utilize Aluminum Indium Gallium Phosphide (AHnGaP) technology or equal, and rated for 100,000 hours or more of continuous operation from 40°C to +74°C. The LEDs for the "Walking Person" shall be Lunar White and shall utilize InGaN technology. 3) All internal LED and electronic components shall be adequately supported to withstand mechanical shock and vibration from high winds and other sources. 4) The signal module shall be made of UL94VO flame-retardant materials. The lens is excluded from this requirement. 5) The lens of the LED pedestrian countdown signal modules shall be polycarbonate UV stabilized. 6) The exterior of the lens of the LED pedestrian countdown signal module shall be uniform and frosted to reduce sun phantom effect. 7) Each individual LED traffic module shall be identified for warranty purposes with the manufacturer's trade name, serial number and operating characteristics, i.e., rated voltage, power consumption, and voltampere. 8) Environmental Requirements a) The LED pedestrian countdown signal modules shall be rated for use in the ambient operating temperature range of -40°C to +60°C (-40°F to +140°F). b) The LED pedestrian countdown signal modules, when properly installed with gasket, shall be protected against dust and moisture intrusion per requirements of NEMA Standard 250-1991, sections 4.7.2.1 and 4.7.3.2, for Type 4 enclosures to protect all internal LED, electronic, and electrical components. THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 19 SPECIAL PROVISIONS 9) Luminous Intensity a) Pedestrian countdown LED signal modules shall be designed to operate over the specified ambient temperature and voltage range, attract the attention of, and be readable by, a viewer (both day and night) at all distances from 3 m to the full width of the area to be crossed. b) The luminous intensity of the LED pedestrian countdown signal module shall not vary more than ± 10 % for voltage range of 80 VAC to 135 VAC. 10) Chromaticity - The measured chromaticity coordinates of the LED signal modules shall conform to the chromaticity requirements as follows: a) "Upraised Hand" shall be Portland Orange. b) not greater than 0.390, nor less than 0.331, nor less than 0.997 - x. c) "Walking Person" shall be Lunar White. d) x: not less than 0.290, nor greater than 0.330 e) y: not less than 1.5x - 0.175, nor greater than 1.5x - 0.130 11) Electrical a) The secured, color coded, 914 mm (36 in) long, 600V, 20 AWG minimum, jacketed wires, conforming to the National Electrical Code, rated for service at +105°C, are to be provided for electrical connection. b) The LED pedestrian countdown signal module shall operate from a 60 ±3 Hz AC line over a voltage range of 80 VAC to 135 VAC. Rated voltage for all measurements shall be 120 ±3 volts rms. c) The LED circuitry shall prevent perceptible flicker over the voltage range specified above. d) The LED pedestrian countdown signal module circuitry shall include voltage surge protection against high -repetition noise transients and low- repetition noise transients as stated in Section 2.1.6, NEMA Standard TS -2, 1992. e) Catastrophic failure of one LED light source shall not result in the loss of more than the light from that one LED. The LED pedestrian countdown module shall be operationally compatible with the currently used controller assemblies. The LED pedestrian and countdown module shall be operationally compatible with conflict monitors. g) The LED pedestrian countdown module including its circuitry must meet Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Title 47, Subpart B, Section 15 regulations concerning the emission of noise. h) The LED pedestrian countdown module shall provide a power factor of .90 or greater over the operating voltage range and temperature range specified above for modules with 6 watts or more. i) Total harmonic distortion (current and voltage) induced into an AC power line by an LED pedestrian countdown module shall not exceed 20% over the operating voltage range and temperature range specified above. 12) Functions a) Basic operation The control and regulation module shall be of the "smart" type in order for the countdown displays to be automatically adjusted with the programmed intervals of the traffic controller. ii) Operating Modes THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 20 SPECIAL PROVISIONS (1) The module shall operate in two different modes: (i) Full Cycle Countdown Mode - The module will start counting when the walk signal is energized. It will countdown the full walk and flashing clearance signal to reach "0" and turn off when the steady "Don't Walk" signal turns on. (ii) Clearance Cycle Countdown Mode - The module will start counting when the flashing clearance signal turns on and will countdown to "0" and turn off when the steady "Don't Walk" signal turns on. (iii) The Pedestrian Signal Head shall be capable of operation with or without the countdown option. Note: The units shall be set on the clearance cycle countdown mode at the factory. The units shall be changeable to either mode by a "jumper wire" on the back of the unit. iii) Power failure - The equipment must maintain a consistent countdown during short power failures (<1 second). A longer failure or an absence of signal superior to one (1) second must turn off display and trigger a restart system remembering the last sequence, as it is done for the NEMA traffic controller. 13) Quality Assurance - LED pedestrian countdown modules shall be manufactured in accordance with a Vendor quality assurance (QA) program including both design and production quality assurance. All QA process and test result documentation shall be kept on file for a minimum of seven years. 14) Warranty a) The unit shall be repaired or replaced by the contractor if it exhibits a failure due to workmanship or material defect within the first 60 months of delivery. The unit shall be repaired or replaced if the intensity level falls below 50% of the original values within 60 months of delivery Full compensation for Traffic Signal Modification shall be measured and shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. The contract compensation paid for Traffic Signal Modification shall include full compensation for furnishing all the labor, materials, tools, equipment and incidentals, and for doing all work involved in the electrical work as shown on the plans, as specified in these Technical Specifications and Appendices, the Caltrans Standard Plans and Specifications and as directed by the Engineer, including, dewatering (if needed), excavation, removal of excavated material and off-site disposal, shoring to meet Cal OSHA requirements (if needed), all appurtenances and equipment specified, foundations, transporting and installing City -furnished traffic signal/ luminaire standards, testing, and LED luminaires, installation of PG&E pole numbers, video detection system (see Technical Specifications Section 18-11), traffic monitoring cameras (see Technical Specifications Section 18-12), potholing, conduits, pull boxes, conductors, connection to new or existing pull boxes, replacement of disturbed surface material and all flatwork coordination with vendors/ suppliers, removing existing wiring, testing of all electrical systems to ensure a complete and functioning street lighting and traffic signal system, complete in place, and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. All trench restoration for traffic signal electrical conduit, including backfill materials and hot mix asphalt with T -cut, is included in the Traffic Signal Modification bid item. Full compensation for salvaging, hauling, stockpiling, and disposing of fluorescent tubing and mercury lamps shall be considered as included in the contract price paid for the Electrical Systems and no additional compensation will be allowed therefore. THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 21 SPECIAL PROVISIONS 18-8 AGGREGATE BASE 18-8.01 GENERAL Aggregate base shall be placed under all minor concrete, as specified below and as shown on the plans. Aggregate base shall be Class 2 and shall conform to the grading and quality requirements for 3/a" maximum as specified in Section 26-1.0213 of the State Standard Specifications. Aggregate base material shall be compacted to 95% relative compaction as determined by standard test method ASTM D 6938; nuclear density device may be used. Subgrade material shall be moisture conditioned (if necessary) to above optimum moisture content and compacted to at least 95 percent relative compaction. The subgrade should not be allowed to dry out prior to pavement construction. Spreading and compacting of Class 2 AB material shall be performed by methods that will produce a uniform base, firmly compacted, and free from pockets of coarse or fine material. The Contractor shall coordinate with the City for material sampling and testing. The City's independent consultant shall have full access to all areas of the worksite necessary to sample and test required materials, including but not limited to aggregate base rock. Any material tested which does not meet the minimum design standards as outlined in the City's approved Quality Assurance Plan shall be removed and replaced at no cost to the City. The City will assume the cost of the testing. The Contractor shall install aggregate base rock from one source to ensure compaction testing results are reliable and consistent for the duration of the project. 18-8.02 DAILY SUBMITTAL The Contractor shall submit tickets indicating proof of tonnage of material delivered as the material arrives at the job site, or at anytime upon request of the Engineer. If the Contractor does not submit the tickets at the end of each day when aggregate base is installed, a temporary stop work order may be issued on the construction activity with no associated cost incurred by the City. The construction activity may resume with the Engineer's written approval upon receiving and reviewing all tickets. 18-8.03 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Full compensation for completing the requirements of this section, including compaction to 95% of maximum relative compaction, shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 22 SPECIAL PROVISIONS 18-9 MINOR CONCRETE MINOR STRUCTURES 18-9.01 GENERAL Concrete curbs, gutters, sidewalks, and curb ramps shall be constructed in accordance with Section 73, "Concrete Curbs and Sidewalks," of the State Standard Specifications and the details shown on the plans. Concrete used to construct curbs, gutter, sidewalks, driveways, and curb ramps shall be minor concrete in accordance with Section 90-2, "Minor Concrete," of the State Standard Specifications. Aggregate shall comply with Section 90-1.02C of the State Standard Specifications. All concrete shall include two pounds per cubic yard of BASF Jet black PS 1414 coloring admixture or approved equal. All concrete shall have four -inches of aggregate base below the concrete. The Contractor shall coordinate with the City for material sampling and testing. The City's independent consultant shall have full access to all areas of the worksite necessary to sample and test required materials, including but not limited to minor concrete. Any material tested which does not meet the minimum design standards as outlined in the City's approved Quality Assurance Plan shall be removed and replaced at no cost to the City. The City will assume the cost of the testing. Exposed corners shall be rounded with a steel tool with a 1/2 inch radius. All other exposed surfaces shall have a medium broom fmish. Curb and gutter shall be broomed parallel to the direction of the curb. Sidewalk shall be broomed perpendicular to the direction of the curb. No separate measurement will be made for medium broom finish. Subgrade shall be compacted to 95% of maximum relative compaction as determined by standard test method ASTM D 6938 (replaces test D 2922); nuclear density device may be used. All soft or spongy subgrade material within sidewalk areas shall be removed and replaced with suitable material as required by the Engineer. Where new concrete is joining existing concrete, the new concrete shall align and conform to adjacent elevations. New curbs, gutters and sidewalks shall be attached to existing curbs gutters and sidewalks by means of steel dowels in accordance with the details shown on the plans. Steel dowels shall be Grade 40 No. 3 rebar. The Engineer shall be notified 24 hours prior to concrete pour. The Contractor shall provide string lines and forms delineating the proposed concrete surface for the Engineer's observation a minimum of 4 (four) hours prior to concrete pour. No concrete shall be poured until the Engineer has approved the forms. All oil, paint, tire, graffiti and other marks shall be removed from all minor concrete construction by sandblasting or complete replacement prior to acceptance by the Engineer. Cement mortar will not be an acceptable substitute for sandblasting or complete replacement. All grade differentials adjacent to new concrete over 1" shall be backfilled with native soil at a 4:1 maximum slope and compacted to 90% relative compaction. No separate payment will be made for backfilling and compaction of native soil. 18-9.02 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Full compensation for completing the requirements of this section shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the various items of work involved and no additional payment will be allowed therefore. TIIIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 23 SPECIAL PROVISIONS 18-10 ALL WORK OUTLINED IN SPECIFICATION AND PLANS 18-10.01 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT All Work outlined in these specificattion and on the plans shall be paid for under one lump sum "Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements" on the bid schedule and no additional compensation will be allowed therefore. THIRD STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS • 24 APPENDIX A CITY OF SAN RAFAEL POLLUTION PREVENTION REQUIREMENTS CITY OF SAN RAFAEL POLLUTION PREVENTION: IT'S PART OF THE PLAN MAKE SURE YOUR CREWS AND SUBS DO THE JOB RIGHT! RUNOFF FROM STREETS AND OTHER PAVED AREAS IS A MAJOR SOURCE OF POLLUTION IN SAN FRANCISCO BAY. CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES CAN DIRECTLY AFFECT THE HEALTH OF THE BAY UNLES CONTRACTORS AND CREWS PLAN AHEAD TO KEEP DIRT, DEBRIS, AND OTHER CONSTRUCITON WASTE AWAY FROM STORM DRAINS AND LOCAL CREEKS. FOLLOWING THESE GUIDELINES WILL ENSURE YOUR COMPLIANCE WITH CITY OF SAN RAFAEL ORDINANCE REQUIREMETNS. MATERIALS STORAGE & SPILL CLEANUP NON -HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT - SAND, DIRT, AND SIMILAR MATERIALS MUST BE STORED AT LEAST 10 FEET FROM CATCH BASINS, AND COVERED WITH A TARP DURING WET WEATHER OR WHEN RAIN IS FORECAST - USE (BUT DON'T OVERUSE) RECLAIMED WATER FOR DUST CONTROL AS NEEDED - SWEEP STREETS AND OTHER PAVED AREAS DAILY. DO NOT WASH DOWN STREETS OR WORK AREAS WITH WATER! - RECYCLE ALL ASPHALT, CONCRETE, AND AGGREGATE BASE MATERIAL FROM DEMOLITION ACTIVITIES. - CHECK DUMPSTERS REGULARLY FOR LEAKS AND TO MAKE SURE THEY DON'T OVERFLOW. REPAIR OR REPLACE LEAKING DUMPSTERS PROMPTLY. LABEL ALL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND HAZARDOUS WASTES (SUCH AS PESTICIDES, PAINTS, THINNERS, SOLVENTS, FUEL, OIL, AND ANTIFREEZE) IN ACCORDANCE WITH CITY, STATE, AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS. - STORE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND WASTES IN SECONDARY CONTAINMENT AND COVER THEM DURING WET WEATHER - FOLLOW MANUFACTURER'S APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND BE CAREFUL NOT TO USE MORE THAN NECESSARY. DO NOT APPLY CHEMICALS OUTDOORS WHEN RAIN IS FORECAST WITHIN 24 HOURS. - BE SURE TO ARRANGE FOR APPROPRIATE DISPOSAL OF ALL HAZARDOUS WASTES. - KEEP A STOCKPILE OF SPILL CLEANUP MATERIALS (RAGS, ABSORBENTS, ETC.) AVAILABLE AT THE CONSTRUCTION SITE AT ALL TIMES. - WHEN SPILLS OR LEAKS OCCUR, CONTAIN THEM IMMEDIATELY AND BE PARTICULARLY CAREFUL TO PREVENT LEAKS AND SPILLS FROM REACHING THE GUTTER, STREET, OR STORM DRAIN. NEVER WASH SPILLED MATERIAL INTO A GUTTER, STREET, STORM DRAIN OR CREEK! - REPORT ANY HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SPILLS IMMEDIATELY! CALL CITY OF SAN RAFAEL FIRE DEPARTMENT AT (415) 485-330B. VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE & CLEANING - INSPECT VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FOR LEAKS FREQUENTLY. USE DRIP PANS TO CATCH LEAKS UNTIL REPAIRS ARE MADE; REPAIR LEAKS PROMPTLY - FUEL AND MAINTAIN VEHICLES ON SITE ONLY IN A BERMED AREA OR OVER A DRIP PAN THAT IS BIG ENOUGH TO PREVENT RUNOFF - IF YOU MUST CLEAN VEHICLES OR EQUIPMENT ON SITE, CLEAN WITH WATER ONLY IN A BERMED AREA THAT WILL NOT ALLOW RINSEWATER TO RUN INTO GUTTERS, STREETS, STORM DRAINS, OR CREEKS - DO NOT CLEAN VEHICLES OR EQUIPMENT ON-SITE USING SOAPS, SOLVENTS, DEGREASERS, STEAM CLEANING EQUIPMENT, ETC. EARTHWORK & CONTAMINATED SOILS - KEEP EXCAVATED SOIL ON THE SITE WHERE IT IS LEAST LIKELY TO COLLECT IN THE STREET. TRANSFER TO DUMP TRUCKS SHOULD TAKE PLACE ON THE SITE, NOT IN THE STREET. - USE HAY BALES, SILT FENCES, OR OTHER CONTROL MEASURES TO MINIMIZE THE FLOW OF SILT OFF THE SITE. - AVOID SCHEDULING EARTH MOVING ACTIVITIES DURING THE RAINY SEASON IF POSSIBLE. IF GRADING ACTIVITIES DURING WET WEATHER ARE ALLOWED IN YOUR PERMIT, BE SURE TO IMPLEMENT ALL CONTROL MEASURES NECESSARY TO PREVENT EROSION. - MATURE VEGETATION IS THE BEST FORM OF EROSION CONTROL. MINIMIZE DISTURBANCE TO EXISTING VEGETATION WHENEVER POSSIBLE. - IF YOU DISTURB A SLOPE DURING CONSTRUCITON, PREVENT EROSION BY SECURINT THE SOIL WITH EROSION CONTROL FABRIC, OR SEED WITH FAST-GROWING GRASSES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. PLACE HAY BALES DOWN-SLOPE UNTIL SOIL IS SECURE. - IF YOU SUSPECT CONTAMINATION (FROM SITE HISTORY, DISCOLORATION, ODOR, TEXTURE, ABANDONED UNDERGROUND TANKS OR PIPES, OR BURIED DEBRIS), CALL THE FIRE DEPT., (415) 485-3308, FOR HELP IN DETERMINING WHAT TESTING SHOULD BE DONE. - MANAGE DISPOSAL OF CONTAMINATED SOIL ACCORDING TO FIRE DEPARTMENT INSTRUCTIONS. STORM WATER PROGRAM (415) 485-3355 DEWATERING OPERATIONS - REUSE WATER FOR DUST CONTROL, IRRIGATION, OR ANOTHER ON-SITE PURPOSE TO THE GREATEST EXTENT POSSIBLE. - BE SURE TO CALL THE CITY'S STORMWATER MANAGER BEFORE DISCHARGING WATER TO A STREET, GUTTER, OR STORM DRAIN. CALL THE STORMWATER MANAGER AT (415) 485-3355. FILTRATION OR DIVERSION THROUGH A BASIN, TANK, OR SEDIMENT TRAP MAY BE REQUIRED. - IN AREAS OF KNOWN CONTAMINATION, TESTING IS REQUIRED PRIOR TO REUSE OR DISCHARGE OF GROUNDWATER. CONSULT WITH THE CITY FIRE DEPT. TO DETERMINE WHAT TESTING TO DO AND TO INTERPRET RESULTS. CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER MUST BE TREATED OR HAULED OFF-SITE FOR PROPER DISPOSAL. SAW CUTTING - ALWAYS COMPLETELY COVER OR BARRICADE STORM DRAIN INLETS WHEN SAW CUTTING. USE FILTER FABRIC, HAY BALES, SAND BAGS, OR FINE GRAVEL DAMS TO KEEP SLURRY OUT OF THE STORM DRAIN SYSTEM. - SHOVEL, ABSORB, OR VACUUM SAW -CUT SLURRY AND PICK UP ALL WASTE AS SOON AS YOU ARE FINISHED IN ONE LOCATION OR AT THE END OF EACH WORK DAY (WHICHEVER IS SOONER). - IF SAW CUT SLURRY ENTERS A CATCH BASIN, CLEAN IT UP IMMEDIATELY. PAVING/ASPHALT WORK - DO NOT PAVE DURING WET WEATHER OR WHEN RAIN IS FORECAST. - ALWAYS COVER STORM DRAIN INLETS AND MANHOLES WHEN PAVING OR APPLYING SEAL COAT, TACK COAT, SLURRY SEAL, OR FOG SEAL. - PLACE DRIP PANS OR ABSORBENT MATERIAL UNDER PAVING EQUIPMENT WHEN NOT IN USE. - PROTECT GUTTERS, DITCHES, AND DRAINAGE COURSES WITH HAY BALES, SAND BAGS, OR EARTHEN BERMS. - DO NOT SWEEP OR WASH DOWN EXCESS SAND FROM SAND SEALING INTO GUTTERS, STORM DRAINS, OR CREEKS. COLLECT SAND AND RETURN IT TO THE STOCKPILE, OR DISPOSE OF IT AS TRASH. - DO NOT USE WATER TO WASH DOWN FRESH ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT. CONCRETE, GROUT, AND MORTAR STORAGE & WASTE DISPOSAL - BE SURE TO STORE CONCRETE, GROUT AND MORTAR UNDER COVER AND AWAY FROM DRAINAGE AREAS. THESE MATERIALS MUST NEVER REACH A STORM DRAIN. - WASH OUT CONCRETE EQUIPMENT/TRUCKS OFF-SITE OR DESIGNATE AN ON-SITE AREA FOR WASHING WHERE WATER WILL FLOW ONTO DIRT OR INTO A TEMPORARY PIT IN A DIRT AREA. LET THE WATER SEEP INTO THE SOIL AND DISPOSE OF HARDENED CONCRETE WITH TRASH. - IF A SUITABLE DIRT AREA IS NOT AVAILABLE, COLLECT THE WASH WATER AND REMOVE IT FOR APPROPRIATE DISPOSAL OFF SITE. - DIVERT WATER FROM WASHING EXPOSED AGGREGATE CONCRETE TO A DIRT AREA WHERE IT WILL NOT RUN INTO A GUTTER, STREET, OR STORM DRAIN. IF A SUITABLE DIRT AREA IS NOT AVAILABLE, FILTER THE WASH WATER THROUGH HAY BALES BEFORE DISCHARGING TO A STORM DRAIN. PAINTING - NEVER RINSE PAINT BRUSHES OR MATERIALS IN A GUTTER OR STREET. - PAINT OUT EXCESS WATER-BASED PAINT BEFORE RINSING BURHSES, ROLLERS, OR CONTAINERS IN A SINK. IF YOU CAN'T USE A SINK, DIRECT WASH WATER TO A DIRT AREA AND SPADE IT IN. - PAINT OUT EXCESS OIL-BASED PAINT BEFORE CLEANING BRUSHES IN THINNER. - FILTER PAINT THINNERS AND SOLVENTS FOR REUSE WHENVER POSSIBLE. DISPOSE OF OIL-BASED PAINT SLUDGE AND UNUSABLE THINNER AS HAZARDOUS WASTE. STORM DRAIN POLLUTERS MAY BE LIABLE FOR FINES OF UP TO 9500 PER DAY APPENDIX B CITY OF SAN RAFAEL ACCESSIBLE PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS Campbell Company 450 W. McGregor Dr. • Boise, ID 83705 Leader In Pedestrian Safety Guardian WaveTM - Independent 4 -Wire APS Guardian Wave"' is an independent 4 -Wire Accessible Pedestrian Signal, equipped with a non -contact actuation sensor. Pedestrians place a call by waving a hand in front of the Wave Icon 1"-3" near the physical actuator. No exclusivity or proprietary apps, the solution is available to all pedestrians. it is ready to install out of the box and does not require any additional equipment in the intersection control cabinet. A four -conductor cable connects the Signal Power Interface (SPI) in the pedestrian signal head to the pedestrian station. The hous'ng is machined from solid 6061 T6 AL and stainless-steel materials is extremely vandal resistant and can withstand severe impact. The Guardian provides essential information via visual and audible indications required by the MUTCD and TAC, making the intersection accessible for all pedestrians. All sounds emanate from the front and side of the station where the pedestrian is positioned to enter the crosswalk. The Guardian comes complete with station body & ADA compliant push button (shown), sign, SPI module, and mounting hardware. Bluetooth@ is an optional add-on module that allows the agency to configure the push button settings wirelessly with a Bluetooth@ enabled smart device via the PeclConnex app'. Bump"" NFC wl Bluetooth@ utilizes the Bluetooth@ add-on with additional NFC for non - contact actuation functionality. A pedestrian can simulate a button press by placing their NFC enabled smart device near the Guardian Bluetooth module via the PeclCross app'. Agencies will enjoy the previously mentioned Bluetooth@ benefits. ' available forAndroid1m and i0S@ Key Features • Touch'ess actuation for a germ -free crossing experience • Out of the box and on to the pole, pre-programmed and customized for true plug and play installation at the intersection • PedConnexTM and PedConnexTM Bluetooth® are downloadable software applications for USB and Bluetooth@ interface allowing configuration and customization. (Windows, Android, iOS) • Quiet Signal Technology" includes settings for time of day, day of week functionality, and port baffles that provide sound directionality where and when you want it. • Configuration profiles can be saved and downloaded for quick button set-up and recovery in knockdown situations • Fail safe default reverts to standard push button operation in flash • A variety of display sizes and legends with security hardware provide a customized, secured pedestrian Guardian Wave'" and Bump NFC w/ Bluetooth° shown station. 150 9001:2015 • Made in the USA • Low power consumption allows Guardian to work praperiy with RRFBs and Solar Mid -Block crossings • Hardware options allow Guardian to be extended and re -oriented to make difficult installations meet MUTCD, AASHTO, and TAC guidelines Part Number 501-0821 Campbell Company Inc. 2020 Doc. 906 — 004X Rev B Page 1 of 2 CampbellCompany 450 W. McGregor Dr. • Boise, ID 83705 • www.pedsafety.com Leader In Pedestrian Safety Operating Specifications Parameter Rating Operating Temperature Range -34•C to +74°C -30 "F to +165°F Operating Force 3.0 Maximum MTFB 1,200,000 hrs. (136 years) Switch Operating Life Greater than 100 Million Operations Maximum Volume 100 dB @ 1 meter Design Compliance Test Type Compliance Funct'.onality MUTCD 2009 - 4 E Temperature and Humidity NEMA TS2 Transient Voltage NEMA TS2 Protection Federal Green Transient Suppression IEC 6100004-4, IEC Unpainted/ Natural 61000-4-5 Electronic Noise FCC Title 47, Part 15 Class B Mechanical Shock and NEMA TS2 Vibration Guardian PBS enclosure NEMA 250 — Type 4X Electrical Reliability NEMA TS4 Bluetooth@ Specification Bluetooth@ SIG member rm uciuuceuuna penunneu uy ceruneu muepenuent testing laooratones Station Size 5" x 7.75" 9" x 12" 9" x 15" Part# 501-0821 501-0821/511 501-0821/512 Bluetooth@ Add-on 501-0652 Bump w/Bluetooth@ Add-on 501-0660 Please specify Part Number and following attributes: 1. Color 2. Screw Type 3. Arrow type Textured Black Standard Phillips Field Selectable FS Federal Yellow Pinned Torx T Double Arrow DA Federal Green Other(specify)* No Arrow NA) Unpainted/ Natural Other(specify)* 4, Sign Legend Sign Films and More © MP1ucm Engineering Grade •;' PUSH BUTTON Diamond Grade L�eWetMM FOR Decals EG & DG tos•I uws rosx eurrae ® Braille 2 iomass � �1► Notes - 1, Applicabre sections only of referenced standards 2. All specifications are subject to change vrithout notice 3. Als Specificabon are Typical unless otherwise specified Iso 9001:2015 • Made in the USA Part Number 501-0821 Campbell Company Inc. 2020 Doc. 906-004X Rev B Page 2 of 2 CITY OF SAN RAFAEL 3RD STREET AT IRWIN STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS CITY PROJECT NO. 11315 CITY FILE NO. 16.01.283 INDEX OF SHEETS SHEETS SHEET DESIGNATION ICY -OI 2 GN -DI 3 TS 01 a TS -02 LOCATION MAP APPROVE-: Hamar Young, P E Assistant Public Works Direntnr / City tin tnccr .� City oT Sen R feel SHEETTITLE COVER SHEET NOTES. 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Qi Mml No Mru1� .n I�[.avreW muL.cia 9u�il � �+�ommrz'ismi�ru„iw'c ri. n rrzM. mu r \ \ - 'ED,wrzcr mm ...-mm rm nw. w, M �m r oaan.� I orrac eusnNc Isar lorll W MRd sr I I (j :�' II II •n RMwrsTTnx a DETAIL "B". ACCESSIBLE PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL PUSH BUTTON MOUNTING GRAPFSC SCAil ROLE . EQUIPMENT ��000eooQee�!� ®®0®0000000 • ��000eooQQe ��®000®moa® ��000000QQo ��000000QQO IN mu4 Wrlu[ wn w NNl �WI.G.tR u � mi�icm�i xu.��¢[ mwil u� eTp � mvmf wru norm .'n�wm n not m s •ui uµ Imm m mv) uum Exhibit B BONDFORMS Required for contracts over $25, 000. Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11315 Bond Forms Approved by City Attorney, dated 02/27/2020 Exhibit C NONCOLLUSION DECLARATION TO BE EXECUTED BY BIDDER AND SUBMITTED WITH BID The undersigned declares: I am the President & CEO [title] of DC Electric Group, Inc. [business name], the party making the foregoing bid. The bid is not made in the interest of, or on behalf of, any undisclosed person, partnership, company, association, organization, or corporation. The bid is genuine and not collusive or sham. The bidder has not directly or indirectly induced or solicited any other bidder to put in a false or sham bid. The bidder has not directly or indirectly colluded, conspired, connived, or agreed with any bidder or anyone else to put in a sham bid, or to refrain from bidding. The bidder has not in any manner, directly or indirectly, sought by agreement, communication, or conference with anyone to fix the bid price of the bidder or any other bidder, or to fix any overhead, profit, or cost element of the bid price, or of that of any other bidder. All statements contained in the bid are true. The bidder has not, directly or indirectly, submitted his or her bid price or any breakdown thereof, or the contents thereof, or divulged information or data relative thereto, to any corporation, partnership, company, association, organization, bid depository, or to any member or agent thereof, to effectuate a collusive or sham bid, and has not paid and will not pay, any person or entity for such purpose. This declaration is intended to comply with California Public Contract Code § 7106 and Title 23 U.S.0 § 112. I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct and that this dell ation i executed on 1-15-21 [date], at Cotati [city], CA [state]. s/ Don Caramagno Name [print] END OF NONCOLLUSION DECLARATION Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11315 Noncollusion Declaration Approved by City Attorney, dated 2/27/2020 Exhibit D BID SCHEDULE This Bid Schedule must be completed in ink and included with the sealed Bid Proposal. Pricing must be provided for each Bid Item as indicated. Items marked "(SW)" are Specialty Work that must be performed by a qualified Subcontractor. The lump sum or unit cost for each item must be inclusive of all costs, whether direct or indirect, including profit and overhead. The sum of all amounts entered in the "Extended Total Amount" column must be identical to the Base Bid price entered in Section 1 of the Bid Proposal form. AL = Allowance CF = Cubic Feet CY = Cubic Yard EA = Each LB = Pounds LF = Linear Foot LS = Lump Sum SF = Square Feet TON = Ton (2000 lbs.) BID ITEM NO. ITEM DESCRIPTION EST. QTY. UNIT UNIT COST EXTENDED TOTAL AMOUNT 1 Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements 1 LS (J TOTAL BASE BID: Items 1 through inclusive: $g6 (1 2 c( 0 Note: The amount entered as the "Total Base Bid" should be identical to the Base Bid amount entered in Section 1 of the Bid Proposal form. /� WAN �'�� t�t� t l�10 vsJ�•'� J—" !/o i •4►tiS t E/Lu ��•if Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements City Project #: 11315 Approved by City Attorney, dated 2/27/2020 Up to $175,000 Contract Bid Schedule This Bid Proposal is hereby submitted on,0fic"F--M(3FA- 2 , 20P s/ QvP CA G -1M6 F_ N e and Title s/ aa�� //��,^, v" V V i l-C�C�JCI G Name and Title OC E L E LT n_, t (-1 12, Company Name G o y w, -51-5 0,NA A L, r Address Co,A-ri.(-',A yy .3 City, State, Tim Contact Name q� 1 g 3 Ly' 1-13119 #(-10 6-31 License #, Expiration Date, and Classification / 1 00 o0o '3 "3 G S- G�, ID3i DIR Registration # hone Contact Email Addenda. Bidder agrees that it has confirmed receipt of or access to, and reviewed, all addenda issued for this Bid. Bidder waives any claims it might have against the City based on its failure to receive, access, or review any addenda for any reason. Bidder specifically acknowledges receipt of the following addenda: Addendum: Data R ceived: #01 #02 IV #03 #04 Addendum: Date Received: #05 #06 #07 #08 END OF BID SCHEDULE Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11315 Bid Schedule Approved by City Attorney, dated 2/27/2020 Exhibit E SUBCONTRACTOR LIST For each Subcontractor that will perform a portion of the Work in an amount in excess of one-half of 1 % of the bidders total Contract Price,' the bidder must list a description of the Work, the name of the Subcontractor, its California contractor license number, the location of its place of business, its DIR registration number, and the portion of the Work that the Subcontractor is performing based on a percentage of the Base Bid price. DESCRIPTION I SUBCONTRACTOR ( LICENSE NO I CALIFORNIA LOCATION OF I DIR REG. NO. I PERCENT WOR OF WORK NAME CONTRACTOR BUSINESS OF END OF SUBCONTRACTOR LIST rz)___C For street or highway construction this requirement applies to any subcontract of $10,000 or more. Third Street and Irwin Street Intersection Improvements Up to $175,000 Contract City Project #: 11315 Subcontractor List Approved by City Attomey, dated 2/27/2020 RAP �i �iTY WITH P - CONTRACT ROUTING FORM INSTRUCTIONS: Use this cover sheet to circulate all contracts for review and approval in the order shown below. TO BE COMPLETED BY INITIATING DEPARTMENT PROJECT MANAGER: Contracting Department: Public Works Project Manager: Iman Kayani for SG Extension: 3352 Contractor Name: DC Electric Group, Inc. Contractor's Contact: Tim Carter Contact's Email: tim@dcelectricgroup.com ❑ FPPC: Check if Contractor/Consultant must file Form 700 Step RESPONSIBLE DESCRIPTION COMPLETED REVIEWER DEPARTMENT DATE Check/Initial 1 Project Manager a. Email PINS Introductory Notice to Contractor Click here it) ❑ crltt�r'! dale. b. Email contract (in Word) and attachments to City 12/8/2020 Attorney c/o Laraine.Gittens@cityofsanrafael.org ❑x IKK 2 City Attorney a. Review, revise, and comment on draft agreement 12/17/2020 0 LG and return to Project Manager 12/17/2020 Ox LG b. Confirm insurance requirements, create Job on PINS, send PINS insurance notice to contractor 3 Department Director Approval of final agreement form to send to 1/5/2021 X BG contractor 4 Project Manager Forward three (3) originals of final agreement to 1/6/2021 ❑x IKK contractor for their signature 5 Project Manager When necessary, contractor -signed agreement xl N/A agendized for City Council approval * *City Council approval required for Professional Services ❑X IKK Agreements and purchases of goods and services that exceed Or $75,000; and for Public Works Contracts that exceed $175,000 Click hers, to Date of City Council approval eater a late. PRINT CONTINUE ROUTING PROCESS WITH HARD COPY ! 6 Project Manager Forward signed original agreements to City 2/11/2021 IKK Attorney with printed copy of this routing form 7 City Attorney Review and approve hard copy of signed agreement 8 City Attorney Review and approve insurance , nd onds ��`� � �in�,1PINS (for Public Works Contracts) W�� J 9 City Manager/ Mayor Agreement executed by City Council authorized official Z� 10 City Clerk Attest signatures, retains original agreement and forwards copies to Project Manager �—