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Posted on: January 23, 2023

Sidewalk and ADA 2022 ADDENDUM 1

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ADDENDUM NO. #1

CITY OF PEORIA

SIDEWALK AND CURB RAMPS, 2022

FEBRUARY 7TH, 2023 @ 2:00PM AT PEORIA PUBLIC WORKS

Addendum Issued: January 23, 2023

RE: Addendum #1 for the Sidewalk & Curb Ramps, 2022 project

The following shall be considered part of the Contract documents.

REVISED BID DOCUMENT (Issued with this Addendum):

1) Plans, Sheet #2 – Added pay item Z0076604 “Trainees Training Program Graduate” to summary of

quantities. Pay item quantity is 200 hours.

2) Specifications, Page #12 – Added pay item Z0076604 “Trainees Training Program Graduate.” To

proposal bid form. Pay item quantity is 200 hours.

3) Page #69 – Check Sheet for Recurring Special Provisions, unchecked (removed) the following items:

a. Check Sheet #1 – Additional State Requirements for Federal-Aid Construction Contracts

b. Check Sheet #2 – Subletting of Contracts (Federal-Aid Contracts)

c. Check Sheet #3 – EEO

4) Specifications, Page #70 – Check Sheet for Local Roads and Streets Recurring Special Provisions,

checked (added) the following items:

a. LRS 5 – Contract Claims

b. LRS 6 – Bidding Requirements and Conditions for Contract Proposals

c. LRS 11 – Employment Practices

d. LRS 12 – Wages of Employees on Public Works

e. LRS 15 – Partial Payments

f. LRS 16 – Protests on Local Lettings

5) Specifications, Page #74 – Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan: unchecked (removed) Temporary

Erosion Control Seeding” from the list of stabilization practices and removed “Temporary Erosion

Control Seeding” from the description of stabilization practices to be utilized during construction.

Temporary erosion control seeding will not be used.

6) Specifications, Page #75 – Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan: unchecked (removed) “Perimeter

Erosion Barrier” from the list of structural practices and removed “Perimeter Erosion Barriers”from

the description of structural practices to be utilized during and after construction. Perimeter erosion

barrier will not be used.

This addendum must be acknowledged as part of the submittal package. Failure to do so may

subject Bidder to Disqualification.

Andrea Klopfenstein, P.E.

Deputy Director/City Engineer

SUMMARY OF QUANTITIES LEGEND

CURB AND GUTTER

WATER MAIN

GAS LINE

OVERHEAD ELECTRIC

UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC

FIBER OPTIC

COMMUNICATION LINE

STORM SEWER

SANITARY SEWER

EDGE OF PAVEMENT

SIGN

MANHOLE /

STORM WATER INLET

WATER VALVE

FIRE HYDRANT

GAS VALVE

TELEPHONE PEDESTAL

CABLE TV PEDESTAL

UTILITY POLE

LIGHT POLE

GUY WIRE

CURB STOP

DETECTABLE WARNING

UTILITY INFORMATION

COMMITMENTS

TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN

GENERAL NOTES

HIGHWAY STANDARDS

420001-10 PAVEMENT JOINTS

424001-11 PERPENDICULAR CURB RAMPS FOR SIDEWALKS

701301-04 LANE CLOSURE, 2L, 2W, SHORT TIME OPERATIONS

LANE CLOSURE, 2L, 2W, SLOW MOVING OPERATIONS DAY ONLY,

701306-04 FOR SPEEDS >/= 45 MPH

701311-03 LANE CLOSURE, 2L, 2W, MOVING OPERATIONS DAY ONLY

701801-06 SIDEWALK, CORNER OR CROSSWALK CLOSURE

701901-08 TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES

780001-05 TYPICAL PAVEMENT MARKINGS

606001-08 CONCRETE CURB TYPE B AND CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER

280001-07 TEMPORARY EROSION CONTROL SYSTEMS

701006-05 OFF-RD OPERATIONS, 2L, 2W, 15' TO 24" FROM PAVEMENT EDGE.

424011-04 CORNER PARALLEL CURB RAMPS FOR SIDEWALKS

424016-05 MID-BLOCK CURB RAMPS FOR SIDEWALKS

424021-06 DEPRESSED CORNER FOR SIDEWALKS

701501-06 URBAN LANE CLOSURE, 2L, 2W, UNDIVIDED

503201-D4 DETAIL OF CONCRETE STEPS AND PIPE HANDRAIL

Keokuk, Ia 52632 Professional Design Firm No. 184-005965

106 Washington St. www.prairieengineers.com

Prairie Engineers, P.C.

(217) 605-0403

424006-05 DIAGONAL CURB RAMPS FOR SIDEWALKS

City of Peoria

Sidewalk and Curb Ramps, 2022

PROPOSAL DOCUMENTS

PROPOSAL BID FORM

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Item Description Quantity Unit Unit Price Amount

44000600 SIDEWALK REMOVAL 21962 SQ FT

44201737 CLASS D PATCHES, TYPE I, 8 INCH 188 SQ YD

44201741 CLASS D PATCHES, TYPE II, 8 INCH 168 SQ YD

44201745 CLASS D PTACHES, TYPE III, 8 INCH 93 SQ YD

44201747 CLASS D PATCHES, TYPE IV, 8 INCH 130 SQ YD

50901760 PIPE HANDRAIL 42 FOOT

60603800

COMBINATION CONC. CURB &

GUTTER, TYPE B-6.12 4066 FOOT

67100100 MOBILIZATION 1 LS

X0325279

CLASS SI CONCRETE

(MISCELLANEOUS) 10 CU YD

X1700022 COMBINATION CURB & SIDEWALK, 4

INCH (SPECIAL)

922 SQ FT

X1700107 CURB WALL (SPECIAL) 513 SQ FT

X3400004 RETAINING WALL REMOVAL 269 FOOT

X6026200 INLETS TO BE ADJUSTED, SPECIAL 17 EACH

X7010216 TRAFFIC CONTROL & PROTECTION

(SPECIAL)

1 LS

Z0012455 CONCRETE STEP REMOVAL 14 EACH

Z0013798 CONSTRUCTION LAYOUT 1 LS

Z0050600 REMOVE & RESET ORNAMENTAL

FENCE

45 FOOT

Z0075496 CONCRETE RETAINING WALL

REMOVAL

26 FOOT

Z0075505 TIMBER RETAINING WALL REMOVAL 123 FOOT

Z0076604 TRAINEES TRAINING PROGRAM

GRADUATE

200 HOURS

Total Base Bid Amount

in writing

Check Sheet for Recurring Special Provisions

Printed 01/20/23 BLR 11300 (Rev. 10/25/22)

Local Public Agency

City of Peoria

County

Peoria

Section Number

N/A

Check this box for lettings prior to 01/01/2023.

The Following Recurring Special Provisions Indicated By An "X" Are Applicable To This Contract And Are Included By Reference:

Recurring Special Provisions

Check Sheet # Page No.

1 Additional State Requirements for Federal-Aid Construction Contracts 53

2 Subletting of Contracts (Federal-Aid Contracts) 56

3 EEO 57

4 Specific EEO Responsibilities Non Federal-Aid Contracts 67

5 Required Provisions - State Contracts 72

6 Asbestos Bearing Pad Removal 78

7 Asbestos Waterproofing Membrane and Asbestos HMA Surface Removal 79

8 Temporary Stream Crossings and In-Stream Work Pads 80

9 Construction Layout Stakes 81

10 Use of Geotextile Fabric for Railroad Crossing 84

11 Subsealing of Concrete Pavements 86

12 Hot-Mix Asphalt Surface Correction 90

13 Pavement and Shoulder Resurfacing 92

14 Patching with Hot-Mix Asphalt Overlay Removal 93

15 Polymer Concrete 95

16 Reserved 97

17 Bicycle Racks 98

18 Temporary Portable Bridge Traffic Signals 100

19 Nighttime Inspection of Roadway Lighting 102

20 English Substitution of Metric Bolts 103

21 Calcium Chloride Accelerator for Portland Cement Concrete 104

22 Quality Control of Concrete Mixtures at the Plant 105

23 Quality Control/Quality Assurance of Concrete Mixtures 113

24 Reserved 129

25 Reserved 130

26 Temporary Raised Pavement Markers 131

27 Restoring Bridge Approach Pavements Using High-Density Foam 132

28 Portland Cement Concrete Inlay or Overlay 135

29 Portland Cement Concrete Partial Depth Hot-Mix Asphalt Patching 139

30 Longitudinal Joint and Crack Patching 142

31 Concrete Mix Design - Department Provided 144

32 Station Numbers in Pavements or Overlays 145

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Section Number

N/A

County

Peoria

Local Public Agency

City of Peoria

The Following Local Roads And Streets Recurring Special Provisions Indicated By An "X" Are Applicable To This Contract And Are

Included By Reference:

Local Roads And Streets Recurring Special Provisions

Check Sheet # Page No.

LRS 1 Reserved 147

LRS 2 Furnished Excavation 148

LRS 3 Work Zone Traffic Control Surveillance 149

LRS 4 Flaggers in Work Zones 150

LRS 5 Contract Claims 151

LRS 6 Bidding Requirements and Conditions for Contract Proposals 152

LRS 7 Bidding Requirements and Conditions for Material Proposals 158

LRS 8 Reserved 164

LRS 9 Bituminous Surface Treatments 165

LRS 10 Reserved 169

LRS 11 Employment Practices 170

LRS 12 Wages of Employees on Public Works 172

LRS 13 Selection of Labor 174

LRS 14 Paving Brick and Concrete Paver Pavements and Sidewalks 175

LRS 15 Partial Payments 178

LRS 16 Protests on Local Lettings 179

LRS 17 Substance Abuse Prevention Program 180

LRS 18 Multigrade Cold Mix Asphalt 181

LRS 19 Reflective Crack Control Treatment 182

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Printed 01/20/23 BDE 2342 (Rev. 07/19/19)

This section of the plan addresses the controls that will be implemented for each of the major construction activities described in Section

I.C above and for all use areas, borrow sites, and waste sites. For each measure discussed, the Contractor will be responsible for its

implementation as indicated. The Contractor shall provide to the Resident Engineer a plan for the implementation of the measures

indicated. The Contractor, and subcontractors, will notify the Resident Engineer of any proposed changes, maintenance, or

modifications to keep construction activities compliant with the Permit ILR10. Each such Contractor has signed the required certification

on forms which are attached to, and are a part of, this plan:

A. Erosion and Sediment Controls: At a minimum, controls must be coordinated, installed and maintained to:

1. Minimize the amount of soil exposed during construction activity;

2. Minimize the disturbance of steep slopes;

3. Maintain natural buffers around surface waters, direct storm water to vegetated areas to increase sediment removal

and maximize storm water infiltration, unless infeasible;

4. Minimize soil compaction and, unless infeasible, preserve topsoil.

B. Stabilization Practices: Provided below is a description of interim and permanent stabilization practices, including site- specific

scheduling of the implementation of the practices. Site plans will ensure that existing vegetation is preserved where attainable and

disturbed portions of the site will be stabilized. Stabilization practices may include but are not limited to: temporary seeding, permanent

seeding, mulching, geotextiles, sodding, vegetative buffer strips, protection of trees, preservation of mature vegetation, and other

appropriate measures. Except as provided below in II.B.1 and II.B.2, stabilization measures shall be initiated immediately where

construction activities have temporarily or permanently ceased, but in no case more than one (1) day after the construction activity in

that portion of the site has temporarily or permanently ceases on all disturbed portions of the site where construction will not occur for a

period of fourteen (14) or more calendar days.

1. Where the initiation of stabilization measures is precluded by snow cover, stabilization measures shall be initiated as soon as

practicable.

2. On areas where construction activity has temporarily ceased and will resume after fourteen (14) days, a temporary stabilization

method can be used.

The following stabilization practices will be used for this project:

Erosion Control Blanket / Mulching Temporary Turf (Seeding, Class 7)

Geotextiles Temporary Mulching

Permanent Seeding Vegetated Buffer Strips

Preservation of Mature Seeding

Protection of Trees

Sodding

Temporary Erosion Control Seeding

Other (Specify)

Other (Specify)

Other (Specify)

Other (Specify)

Describe how the stabilization practices listed above will be utilized during construction:

Sodding will be completed as soon as construction is completed in all disturbed areas.

Describe how the stabilization practices listed above will be utilized after construction activities have been completed:

After sodding is complete, no further action is needed.

C. Structural Practices: Provided below is a description of structural practices that will be implemented, to the degree attainable, to divert

flows from exposed soils, store flows or otherwise limit runoff and the discharge of pollutants from exposed areas of the site. Such

practices may include but are not limited to: perimeter erosion barrier, earth dikes, drainage swales, sediment traps, ditch checks,

subsurface drains, pipe slope drains, level spreaders, storm drain inlet protection, rock outlet protection, reinforced soil retaining

systems, gabions, and temporary or permanent sediment basins. The installation of these devices may be subject to Section 404 of the

Clean Water Act.

Aggregate Ditch Stabilized Construction Exits

Concrete Revetment Mats Stabilized Trench Flow

Dust Suppression Slope Mattress

Dewatering Filtering Slope Walls

Gabions Temporary Ditch Check

In-Stream or Wetland Work Temporary Pipe Slope Drain

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Level Spreaders Temporary Sediment Basin

Paved Ditch Temporary Stream Crossing

Permanent Check Dams

Perimeter Erosion Barrier

Permanent Sediment Basin

Retaining Walls

Riprap

Other (Specify)

Other (Specify)

Other (Specify)

Other (Specify)

Turf Reinforcement Mats

Rock Outlet Protection

Sediment Trap

Storm Drain Inlet Protection

Other (Specify)

Other (Specify)

Other (Specify)

Describe how the structural practices listed above will be utilized during construction:

Storm drain inlet protection will be used to catch any sediment leaving the job site from storm water runoff.

Describe how the structural practices listed above will be utilized after construction activities have been completed:

Storm drain inlet protections will be removed once the job in complete and the sod has been installed.

D. Treatment Chemicals

Will polymer flocculants or treatment chemicals be utilized on this project: Yes No

If yes above, identify where and how polymer flocculants or treatment chemicals will be utilized on this project.

E. Permanent (i.e., Post-Construction) Storm Water Management Controls: Provided below is a description of measures that will be

installed during the construction process to control volume and pollutants in storm water discharges that will occur after construction

operations have been completed.The installation of these devices may be subject to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act.

1. Such practices may include but are not limited to: storm water detention structures (including wet ponds), storm water retention

structures, flow attenuation by use of open vegetated swales and natural depressions, infiltration of runoff on site, and sequential

systems (which combine several practices).

The practices selected for implementation were determined based on the technical guidance in Chapter 41 (Construction Site Storm

Water Pollution Control) of the IDOT BDE Manual. If practices other than those discussed in Chapter 41 are selected for

implementation or if practices are applied to situations different from those covered in Chapter 41, the technical basis for such decisions

will be explained below.

2. Velocity dissipation devices will be placed at discharge locations and along the length of any outfall channel as necessary to provide a

non-erosive velocity flow from the structure to a water course so that the natural physical and biological characteristics and functions are

maintained and protected (e.g., maintenance of hydrologic conditions such as the hydroperiod and hydrodynamics present prior to the

initiation of construction activities).

Description of permanent storm water management controls:

None.

F. Approved State or Local Laws: The management practices, controls and provisions contained in this plan will be in accordance with

IDOT specifications, which are at least as protective as the requirements contained in the IEPA's Illinois Urban Manual. Procedures and

requirements specified in applicable sediment and erosion site plans or storm water management plans approved by local officials shall

be described or incorporated by reference in the space provided below. Requirements specified in sediment and erosion site plans, site

permits, storm water management site plans or site permits approved by local officials that are applicable to protecting surface water

resources are, upon submittal of an NOI, to be authorized to discharge under the Permit ILR10 incorporated by reference and are

enforceable under this permit even if they are not specifically included in the plan.

Description of procedures and requirements specified in applicable sediment and erosion site plans or storm water management plans

approved by local officials:

None.

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