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CITY OF CHARLOTTETOWNTENDER2012 STORM PIPE CONSTRUCTIONPACKAGE BMAY 2012


City of CharlottetownMay 2012Table of Contents2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 1SpecificationsSection Title Number of Pages00 20 00 Instruction to Bidders 5 pages01 00 00 General Instructions 3 pages01 30 00 Measurement for Payment 2 pages01 33 00 Submittal Procedures 2 pages01 35 30 Special Procedures – Traffic Control 2 pages01 35 43 Environmental Protection 2 pages01 41 00 Testing Laboratory Services 1 page01 54 50 Safety Requirements Standard Clauses 2 pages02 66 00 Reinstatement Standard Clauses 2 pages31 23 10 Excavating, Trenching, and Backfilling 5 pages32 12 17 Asphalt Paving 1 page32 91 21 Sodding, Top Soil, and Finish Grading 2 pages33 05 14 Manholes and Catch Basins 2 pages33 44 00 Storm Sewer 5 pagesDrawingsDrawing NumberTitle100 Birch Hill Drive West Sta 0+000 – 0+220101 Birch Hill Drive East Sta 0+000 – 0+220200 Shamrock Drive North Sta 0+000 – 0+200201 Shamrock Drive North Sta 0+200 – 0+340202 Shamrock Drive South Sta 0+000 – 0+200203 Shamrock Drive South Sta 0+200 – 0+340301 Blythe Crescent Sta 0+000 – 0+160DetailsDetail NumberSTMH-1ST Trench-1STCT-1STCP-1AP-1SB-1SF-1TitleStorm ManholeTypical Storm Sewer Main TrenchStorm Sewer Catch TeeStorm Sewer Catch PitAsphalt Patch and Edge of Asphalt SodStraw Bale Check DamSilt Fence


City of Charlottetown Section 00 20 00May 2012Instructions to Bidders2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 5Part 1General1.1 Invitation.1 Tender Call.1 Tenders shall be submitted by completing this document and placing it in a sealed envelope, clearlymarked on the outside, ‘2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B, Controller; 3 rd Floor City Hall’,and must be received by the Controller before 12:00:00 (noon) local time on Tuesday June 5, 2012.Tenders received after the time indicated shall be returned unopened..2 Any addenda will be posted on the City of Charlottetown website atwww.charlottetown.ca/tenders.php. Bidders are responsible for checking the website forproposal/quote/tender notices, documents and addenda. The City is not responsible for ensuringbidders have obtained addenda..3 No fax or email tenders will be considered..4 Any questions in respect to the tender, please contact emerrill@charlottetown.ca.5 Offers will be opened publicly immediately after the time of receipt of Tender.1.2 Contract / Bid Documents.1 Agreement Form.1 A unit price contract (CCA Standard Construction Document 2) will be used..2 Definitions.1 Contract Documents: Defined in CCDC 4..2 Bid Documents: Contract Documents supplemented with Instructions to Bidders and Bid Form..3 Bid, Offer, or Bidding: Act of submitting an offer under seal..4 Bid Price: Monetary sum identified in Bid Form as an offer to perform work..3 Queries/Addenda.1 Addenda may be issued during Tender period. All addenda become part of Contract Documents.Include costs in Price..2 Verbal answers are only binding when confirmed by written addenda..3 Clarifications requested by bidders must be in writing not less than five (5) days before date set forreceipt of Tenders. There will be no reply to Bidders. All addenda will be noted on the websiteonly. It is the responsibility of the Bidders to check the website for any addenda and clarifications upto and including the day prior to closing. There will be no addenda or clarifications on the day ofclosing..4 Product/System Options.1 Where Tender Documents stipulate a particular product, substitutions will be considered byEngineer up to 5 days before receipt of Tenders..2 When a request to substitute a product is made, Engineer may approve substitution and will issuean Addendum to known bidders.


City of Charlottetown Section 00 20 00May 2012Instructions to Bidders2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 2 of 5.3 Only substitutions approved by addendum may be included in the tender.1.3 Bid Deposit.1 A bid deposit is required in the form of a certified cheque or a bid bond, in the amount of 10 percent(10%) of the tender price.1.4 Contract Security.1 A fifty percent (50%) performance bond, or ten percent (10%) certified cheque is required for theduration of the project until substantial completion.1.5 Provisional Sum.1 A provisional sum is included in the tendered price for miscellaneous items not included in the unitprices. All charges against this sum are to be direct payroll and material costs without mark-up.1.6 Lien Holdback.1 A fifteen percent (15%) lien holdback is required for sixty (60) days after substantial completion..2 A statutory declaration by the contractor confirming that all financial obligations relating to the workhave been paid.1.7 Site Assessment.1 Site Examination1.8 Qualifications.1 Visit project site and surrounding area before submitting Tender..2 All Bidders may visit the project site and Tender should reflect any conditions that may affecttheir work..1 Subcontractors.1 Owner reserves right to reject a proposed subcontractor for reasonable cause.1.9 Bid Submission.1 Bidders shall be solely responsible for delivery of their Tenders in manner and time prescribed..2 Submit one copy of executed offer on Tender Forms provided, signed and with corporate sealtogether with required security in a sealed opaque envelope, clearly identified with Bidder's name,project name and Owner's name on outside.1.10 Bid and Performance Security.1 The Contractor hereby and herewith deposits with and delivers to the Owner, as security of the duefulfilment of the Contract, one of the following, which shall remain in effect for a minimum of thirty(30) days after tender closing:.1 A certified cheque in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the tender value, excluding GST.or


City of Charlottetown Section 00 20 00May 2012Instructions to Bidders2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 3 of 5.2 A bid bond in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the tender value, excluding GST. The bondshall be from a surety company authorized to carry on business in Canada guaranteeing tosupply a performance bond equal to fifty percent (50%) of the contract value..2 Performance Security must be filed with the Owner before work on the project commences. Thissecurity shall be held and retained by the Owner for the due and faithful performance, observanceand fulfilment by the Contractor of all the covenants, provisos, agreements, conditions andreservations in this Contract contained on the part of the Contractors to be observed, performed andcomplied with shall be in the form of:.1 A certified cheque in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the contract value, excluding GST,which shall be retained until the warranty period (one (1) year after final completion) haselapsed.or.2 A performance bond equal to fifty percent (50%) of the contract value, excluding GST, whichshall be retained until the warranty period (one (1) year after final completion) has elapsed..3 All performance security which has an expiry date which precedes the end of warranty date must berenewed prior to the time that the security would expire. The Bidder will forfeit security to the Ownerif the Bidder fails to enter into or carry out the Contract when called upon to do so.1.11 Supervision and Coordination.1 The Contractor shall be responsible for supervising and coordinating all aspects of the work.1.12 Responsibility.1 The Contractor shall be responsible to be fully familiar with the complete documents and shallinclude in his bid those items which are named, implied, or traditionally a part of the general contractwork.1.13 Guarantees.1 The Contractor shall be required to guarantee the work of this Contract for a period of twelvemonths after the Owner’s acceptance of work, against improper or defective materials andworkmanship, and shall repair and make good at his own expense any damage to the building andcontents through any of the above causes during this period. Any contract omissions and/ordeficiencies reported to the Contractor within twelve months after acceptance of the work shall bemade good by the Contractor at his own expense.1.14 Rejection of Bids.1 Tenders that are unsigned, improperly signed or sealed, conditional, illegible, obscure, containarithmetical errors, erasures, alterations, or irregularities of any kind, shall at discretion of Owner, berejected..2 Tenders with Tender Forms and enclosures which are improperly prepared shall at discretion ofOwner, be rejected..3 Tenders that fail to include security deposit, bonding or insurance requirements shall at discretion ofOwner, be rejected.


City of Charlottetown Section 00 20 00May 2012Instructions to Bidders2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 5 of 5bodily injury and property damage with an insurer and in a form satisfactory to the City will befurnished. Such insurance shall have the City as a named insured and shall contain cross liabilitycoverage and preclude subrogation by the insured against the City.1.20 Occupational Health and Safety.1 This contract will comply with the regulations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and anyother regulations pertaining to the construction and maintenance of the work. The Companyawarded this contract will be required to provide proof that their Company complies with all theprovisions of the PEI Occupational Health and Safety Act, as well as, the Workers CompensationAct regulations. During the process of the quoted work Companies will be required, on the requestof the City, to provide written verification that their work is in compliance. See the City ofCharlottetown’s website www.charlottetown.ca/tenders.php for a complete list of documentationrequired by contractors.1.21 Payment.1 The City of Charlottetown has moved to electronic payments on all goods and services provided tothe City. Payment of invoices will be made by way of Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)..2 The successful proponent will be required to provide the necessary banking information forregistration on the City system.End of Section


City of Charlottetown Section 01 00 00May 2012General Instructions2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 3Part 1General1.1 Project Description.1 The Work includes the installation of stormwater systems, ditch infilling, and reinstatement for thefollowing streets noted on the plans..1 Birch Hill Drive - Maple Avenue to Kenlea Drive, both sides of street.2 Shamrock Drive – Birch Hill Drive to Brackley Point Road, both sides of street.3 Blythe Crescent – Pine Drive to Greenleaf Drive, north side of street only1.2 Schedule.1 Substantial completion shall be achieved within ten (10) weeks from award.1.3 Codes and Standards.1 Perform work in accordance with the National Building Code of Canada, National Fire Code ofCanada, PEI Occupational Health and Safety Act, Canada Labour Code Part II, and any othercode of provincial or local application including all amendments, provided that in any case ofconflict or discrepancy, the more stringent requirements shall apply..2 Materials and workmanship must meet or exceed requirements of specified standards, codes andreferenced documents..3 Unless otherwise indicated, the latest editions of referenced standards, codes and documents willapply.1.4 Project Meetings.1 Attend project meetings at regularly established times of minimum two week intervals. In addition,hold any additional meetings as the need arises or as directed by the Engineer..2 Notify participants of meetings..3 Minutes of meetings will be distributed to participants by e-mail within three days of meeting.1.5 Documents Required.1 Maintain at job site, one copy each of the following:.1 Contract Drawings.2 Specifications.3 Addenda.4 Reviewed Shop Drawings.5 List of outstanding shop drawings.6 Change Orders.7 Other modifications to Contract.8 Field Test Reports


City of Charlottetown Section 01 00 00May 2012General Instructions2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 2 of 31.6 Permits.1 Contractor is to apply and pay for any necessary permits.1.7 Existing Services.1 Where works involves breaking into or connecting to existing services, carry out work at timesdirected by governing authorities, with minimum of disturbance to pedestrian, vehicular traffic,tenant operations..2 Before commencing work, establish location and extent of service lines in area of work and notifyEngineer of findings..3 Make all required connections to existing services; carry out such operations at the times directedby governing authorities, and with minimum disturbance to building tenants, operations andvehicular traffic..4 Submit schedule to and obtain approval from City of Charlottetown for any shut-down or closure ofactive services or facility. This includes disconnection of electrical power and communicationservices to tenant’s operational areas. Adhere to approved schedule and provide notice to affectedparties, local authority and public utilities..5 Provide adequate bridging over trenches which cross sidewalks or roads to permit normal traffic..6 Where unknown services are encountered, immediately advise Engineer and confirm findings inwriting..7 Protect, relocate or maintain existing active services as required. When inactive services areencountered, cap off in manner approved by authorities having jurisdiction over service..8 Record the locations of maintained, re-routed, and abandoned service lines. Include on the recorddrawings.1.8 Acceptances.1 Prior to the issuance of an Interim Certificate of Completion, in company with the Engineer, make acheck of all work. Correct all discrepancies before final inspection and acceptance..2 The Engineer will not issue a Certificate of Completion until such time that the Contractor turnsover to the Engineer all specified as-builts, certificates of test and test results.1.9 Works Coordination.1 The General Contractor is responsible for coordinating the work of the various trades, where thework of such trades interfaces with each other..2 The General Contractor shall convene meetings between trades whose work interfaces and ensurethat they are fully aware of the areas and the extent of where interfacing is required. Provide eachtrade with the plans and specs of the interfacing trade, as required, to assist them in planning andcarrying out their respective work..3 Shop drawing review and material ordering shall only commence after this coordination has takenplace between trades and all conditions affecting the work of the interfacing trades has been madeknown and accounted for.


City of Charlottetown Section 01 00 00May 2012General Instructions2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 3 of 3.4 Ensure coordination and cooperation between trades in order to facilitate the general progress ofthe work and avoid situations of spatial interference..5 Ensure that each trade provides all other trades reasonable opportunity for the completion of thework and in such a way as to prevent unnecessary delays, cutting, patching and the need toremove and replace completed work.1.10 Setting Out The Work.1 Assume full responsibility for and execute complete layout of work to locations, lines and elevationsindicated..2 Protect and maintain all survey / reference points..3 Provide devices and qualified personnel as required to layout and construct work..4 Supply all stakes and markers required for laying out work.1.11 Field Dimensions.1 Take all field measurements required to verify or supplement drawing dimensions. The Engineer’sreview of shop drawings and erection diagrams does not relieve the Contractor of thisresponsibility.1.12 Record Drawings.1 Record tie-ins for manholes, gate valves, service boxes, lateral pipes ends, fire hydrants etc. Tiesshall be referenced to permanent fixtures such as survey pins and power poles..2 Record elevations of inverts for sewer pipe at all inflection points and elevations of top of pipe forwater pipe at all inflection points..3 Elevations are to be geodetic with locations of all survey monuments and other benchmarks fromwhich elevations were derived. Elevations are to be in accordance with PEI Double StereographicProjection, NAD83 Datum with CSR-S98 realization..4 Record information is to be provided to the site inspector upon substantial completion in a timelyfashion.End of Section


City of Charlottetown Section 01 30 00May 2012Measurement for Payment2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 2Part 1General1.1 Measurement.1 The items listed in the Tender Form and the Unit Price List are the basis for payment and aremeasured in accordance with this section..2 The Engineer shall determine the method of measurement to be used..3 Measurements shall be made jointly by the Engineer and the Contractor and be agreed to at thattime..4 No measurement (or payment) will be made for items not listed on the Unit Price List, as suchitems are considered incidental to the work.Part 2Items1.2 Temporary Utilities.1 No payment will be made for supply of temporary utilities.1.3 Environmental Protection.1 Checkdam – This cost will be per unit as detailed in the contract drawings and shall be for thesupply, installation, maintenance and removal as approved by the Engineer..2 Silt fence – This cost will be per linear meter to supply, install and maintain silt fence as approvedby the Engineer.1.4 Traffic Control.1 No payment shall be made for traffic control.1.5 Manholes and Catch Basins.1 Manholes and catch basins will be measured in units. The price shall include a frame and cover..2 Shafting shall be measured from the lowest pipe invert to the top of the cover.1.6 Catch Tees.1 Catch Tees will be measured in units. The price shall include a grate and piping.1.7 Catch Pits.1 Catch Pits will be measured in units. The price shall include a grate and lead.1.8 Topsoil and Sod.1 Topsoil and sod will be measured in square meters with a width from the edge of asphalt to thematch line shown on the drawings. Areas where there is only sidewalk being constructed topsoiland sod will be measured as one (1) meter either side of the sidewalk. Any further areas requiringsod will need the sign off of the Engineer.


City of Charlottetown Section 01 30 00May 2012Measurement for Payment2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 2 of 2.2 No additional payment will be made for topsoil or sod of areas disturbed for the Contractor’sconvenience.1.9 Pavement Reinstatement.1 Pavement reinstatement will be measured in square meter with a fixed width of 1.2 meters plus thepipe diameter.1.10 Gravel Reinstatement.1 Gravel reinstatement will be measured in square meter with a fixed width of 1.2 meters plus thepipe diameter.1.11 Storm Sewer.1 Supply and installation of storm sewer including testing and including excavation and backfillingand granular bedding and surround will be measured horizontally from manhole face to manholeface in metres of each pipe size and depth class installed. Safety grates on pipes entering thesystem will be considered incidental to the work.1.12 Construction of Concrete Sidewalks.1 Payment shall be made on a square meter basis for construction of sidewalk. The unit price shallinclude the supply of sand and preparation of the sub-grade, the construction of forms, steeldowels between adjacent blocks, steel mesh, the supply and placing of the concrete, expansionjoints, compaction, temporary backfill with excavated material, finishing and curing of the concreteand other incidentals, all as specified.End of Section


City of Charlottetown Section 01 33 00May 2012Submittal Procedures2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 2Part 1General1.1 Section Includes:.1 Shop drawings and product data.2 Samples.3 Certificates and transcripts1.2 Administrative.1 Submit to Engineer submittals listed for review. Submit with reasonable promptness and in orderlysequence to not cause delay in Work. Failure to submit in ample time is not considered sufficientreason for extension of Contract Time and no claim for extension by reason of such default will beallowed..2 Work affected by submittal shall not proceed until review is complete..3 Present shop drawings, product data, samples and mock-ups in SI Metric units..4 Review submittals prior to submission to Engineer. This review represents that necessaryrequirements have been determined and verified, or will be, and that each submittal has beenchecked and co-ordinated with requirements of Work and Contract Documents. Submittals notstamped, signed, dated and identified as to specific project will be returned without being examinedand considered rejected..5 Notify Engineer, in writing at time of submission, identifying deviations from requirements ofContract Documents stating reasons for deviations..6 Verify field measurements and affected adjacent Work is co-ordinated..7 Contractor's responsibility for errors and omissions in submission is not relieved by Engineer'sreview of submittals..8 Contractor's responsibility for deviations in submission from requirements of Contract Documents isnot relieved by Engineer review..9 Keep one reviewed copy of each submission on site.1.3 Shop Drawings and Product Data.1 The term "shop drawings" means drawings, diagrams, illustrations, schedules, performance charts,brochures and other data which are to be provided by Contractor to illustrate details of a portion ofWork..2 Indicate materials, methods of construction and attachment or anchorage, erection diagrams,connections, explanatory notes and other information necessary for completion of Work. Wherearticles or equipment attach or connect to other articles or equipment, indicate that such itemshave been co-ordinated, regardless of Section under which adjacent items will be supplied andinstalled. Indicate cross references to design drawings and specifications..3 Allow seven days for Engineer's review of each submission.


City of Charlottetown Section 01 33 00May 2012Submittal Procedures2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 2 of 2.4 Adjustments made on shop drawings by Engineer are not intended to change Contract Price. Ifadjustments affect value of Work, state such in writing to Engineer prior to proceeding with Work..5 Make changes in shop drawings as Engineer may require, consistent with Contract Documents.When resubmitting, notify Engineer in writing of revisions other than those requested..6 After Engineer's review, distribute copies..7 Submit electronic copy of product data sheets or brochures for requirements requested inspecification Sections and as requested by Engineer where shop drawings will not be prepareddue to standardized manufacture of product..8 Delete information not applicable to project..9 Supplement standard information to provide details applicable to project..10 If upon review by Engineer, no errors or omissions are discovered or if only minor corrections aremade, copies will be returned and fabrication and installation of Work may proceed. If shopdrawings are rejected, noted copy will be returned and resubmission of corrected shop drawings,through same procedure indicated above, must be performed before fabrication and installation ofWork may proceed.End of Section


City of Charlottetown Section 01 35 30May 2012Special Procedures – Traffic Control2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 2PART 1General1.1 Section Includes.1 Informational and Warning Devices..2 Protection and Control of Public Traffic..3 Operational Requirements.1.2 References.1 Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Canada, (UTCD) distributed by Transportation Association ofCanada..2 PEI Transportation & Public Works Temporary Workplace Traffic Control Manual.1.3 Protection of Public Traffic.1 Comply with requirements of Acts, Regulations and By-Laws in force for regulation of traffic or useof roadways upon or over which it is necessary to carry out Work or haul materials or equipment..2 When working on travelled way:.1 Place equipment in position to present minimum of interference and hazard to travelingpublic..2 Keep equipment units as close together as working conditions permit and preferably onsame side of travelled way..3 Do not leave equipment on travelled way overnight..3 Do not close any lanes of road without approval of Engineer. Before re-routing traffic erect suitablesigns and devices, in accordance with instructions contained in Part D of UTCD..4 Keep travelled way graded, free of pot holes and of sufficient width for required number of lanes oftraffic..1 Provide minimum seven meter (7 m) wide temporary roadway for traffic in two-waysections through Work and on detours..2 Provide minimum five meter (5 m) wide temporary roadway for traffic in one-way sectionsthrough Work and on detours..5 As directed by Engineer, provide gravelled detours or temporary roads to facilitate passage oftraffic around restricted construction area:.1 Provide and maintain road access and egress to property fronting along Work underContract and in other areas as indicated, unless other means of road access exist, thatmeet approval of Engineer.


City of Charlottetown Section 01 35 30May 2012Special Procedures – Traffic Control2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 2 of 21.4 Informational and Warning Devices.1 Provide and maintain signs, flashing warning lights and other devices required to indicateconstruction activities or other temporary and unusual conditions resulting from Project Work whichrequires road user response..2 Supply and erect signs, delineators, barricades and miscellaneous warning devices as specified inPart D, Temporary Conditions Signs and Devices, of UTCD manual..3 Place signs and other devices in locations recommended in UTCD manual..4 Continually maintain traffic control devices in use by:.1 Checking signs daily for legibility, damage, suitability, and location. Clean, repair, orreplace to ensure clarity and reflectance..2 Removing or covering signs which do not apply to conditions existing from day to day.1.5 Control of Public Traffic.1 Provide competent flag persons, trained in accordance with, and properly equipped as specified in,UTCD manual in following situations:.1 When public traffic is required to pass working vehicles or equipment which blocks all orpart of travelled roadway..2 When it is necessary to institute one-way traffic system through construction area or otherblockage where traffic volumes are heavy, approach speeds are high and traffic signalsystem is not in use..3 When workmen or equipment are employed on travelled way over brow of hills, aroundsharp curves or at other locations where oncoming traffic would not otherwise haveadequate warning..4 Where temporary protection is required while other traffic control devices are beingerected or taken down..5 For emergency protection when other traffic control devices are not readily available..6 In situations where complete protection for workers, working equipment and public trafficis not provided by other traffic control devices..7 At each end of restricted sections where pilot cars are required.End of Section


City of Charlottetown Section 01 35 43May 2012Environmental Protection2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 2PART 1General1.1 Environmental Protection.1 It is the Contractor’s responsibility to follow all Provincial, Federal and Municipal regulations andobtain any necessary permits.1.2 Fires.1 Fires and burning of rubbish on site not permitted.1.3 Disposal of Wastes.1 Do not bury rubbish and waste materials on site..2 Do not dispose of waste or volatile materials, such as mineral spirits, oil or paint thinner intowaterways, storm or sanitary sewers.1.4 Drainage.1 Provide temporary drainage and pumping as necessary to keep excavations and site free fromwater..2 Do not pump water containing suspended materials into waterways, sewer or drainage systems..3 Control disposal or runoff of water containing suspended materials or other harmful substances inaccordance with local authority requirements.1.5 Site Clearing and Plant Protection.1 Protect trees and plants on site and adjacent properties where indicated..2 Wrap in burlap, trees and shrubs adjacent to construction work, storage areas and trucking lanes,and encase with protective wood framework from grade level to height of 2 m..3 Protect roots of designated trees to dripline during excavation and site grading to preventdisturbance or damage. Avoid unnecessary traffic, dumping and storage of materials over rootzones..4 Minimize stripping of topsoil and vegetation..5 Restrict tree removal to areas indicated or designated by Engineer.1.6 Work Adjacent To Waterways.1 Do not operate construction equipment in waterways..2 Do not use waterway beds for borrow material..3 Do not dump excavated fill, waste material or debris in waterways..4 Design and construct temporary crossings to minimize erosion to waterways.


City of Charlottetown Section 01 35 43May 2012Environmental Protection2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 2 of 2.5 Do not skid logs or construction materials across waterways..6 Avoid indicated spawning beds when constructing temporary crossings of waterways..7 Do not blast under water or within 100 m of indicated spawning beds.1.7 Pollution Control.1 Maintain temporary erosion and pollution control features installed under this contract..2 Control emissions from equipment and plant to local authorities emission requirements..3 Prevent sandblasting and other extraneous materials from contaminating air beyond applicationarea, by providing temporary enclosures..4 Cover or wet down dry materials and rubbish to prevent blowing dust and debris. Provide dustcontrol for temporary roads.End of Section


City of Charlottetown Section 01 41 00May 2012Testing Laboratory Services2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 1Part 1General1.1 Testing Requirements Specified Elsewhere.1 Requirements for inspection and testing to be carried out and paid for by the Contractor arespecified under various technical Sections of the Specification.1.2 Contractor’s Related Responsibilities.1 The Contractor will arrange and pay for services of an independent testing firm to carry out thetests noted in Section 1.3 below..2 Furnish labour and facilities to:.1 Provide access to work to be inspected and tested..2 Facilitate inspections and tests..3 Make good work disturbed by inspection and test..3 Notify Engineer in advance of testing operations..4 Provide Engineer with two (2) sets of fully documented test reports, submitted immediatelyfollowing the testing operations.1.3 Inspection and Testing Requirements.1 Sandstone sub-base materials:.1 Test material at source; include collection of sample materials by testing firm to verifycompliance with material specifications..2 Perform a follow up test of material when delivered to site..3 Monitor placement and verify compaction..2 Granular base and bedding materials:.1 Test material at source; include collection of sample materials by testing firm to verifycompliance with material specifications..2 Perform a follow up test of material when delivered to site..3 Monitor placement and verify compaction..3 Concrete testing:.1 Review of concrete mix design submitted by Contractor..2 Monitor placement of concrete including, but not limited to slump, air content, watercontent, and as required in CAN-A23.2..3 Include for representative from testing firm to be on-site full-time during placement ofconcrete panels and blocks..4 Testing of concrete for compliance with material specifications from samples taken bytesting firm..4 Other tests as required.End of Section


City of Charlottetown Section 01 54 00May 2012Safety Requirements Standard Clauses2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 2PART 1General1.1 Related Work.1 All sections of the specification.1.2 Construction Safety Measures.1 Observe and enforce construction safety measures required by Provincial Government, WorkersCompensation Board (WCB) and municipal statutes & authorities..2 In event of conflict between any provisions of above authorities, the most stringent provision willapply..3 Provide all necessary warning signs and barricades in locations where need exists..4 The contractor agrees to indemnify and save harmless the Owner and Owner’s representative fromany and all costs, charges or expenses however arising out of any breaches of the OccupationalHealth and Safety Act and its regulations.1.3 Overloading.1 Ensure no part of Work is subjected to a load which will endanger its safety or will causepermanent deformation.1.4 Falsework.1 Design and construct falsework in accordance with CSA S269.1-M1980.1.5 Traffic Directions and Control.1 When carrying out work on streets, provide competent flagmen, automatic lights or both or suchother methods as may be required by the responsible authority.1.6 Confined Spaces.1 Provide all necessary equipment and manpower to meet Regulation 91-191 of the OccupationalHealth and Safety Act.1.7 Orientation Meeting.1 There shall be a safety orientation meeting on site before any construction begins. The Contractorshall coordinate the date and time of the meeting..2 The Contractor shall provide proof of a current safety program and shall provide proof ofappropriate training for all employees involved in the project.1.8 Unsafe Working Conditions.1 If the Engineer or other representative of the Owner determines that work is being carried out in amanner deemed to be unsafe, the Engineer or other representative of the Owner shall immediatelynotify the Contractor’s site representative and all work shall cease until the issue is rectified.


City of Charlottetown Section 01 54 00May 2012Safety Requirements Standard Clauses2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 2 of 2.2 If the Contractor refuses to rectify the matter, and/or work continues, the Engineer or otherrepresentative of the Owner shall immediately notify the Provincial Occupational Health and SafetyDepartment.End of Section


City of Charlottetown Section 02 66 00May 2012Reinstatement Standard Clauses2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package A Page 1 of 2PART 1General1.1 Work Included.1 This section specifies requirement of surfaces, property, and structures damaged or disturbed byoperations under this Contract. Work includes but is not limited to reinstatement of paved,gravelled and grassed surfaces; sidewalks, curbs and gutters; and ditches and culverts.PART 2Products2.1 Materials.1 Asphaltic materials, granular material and borrow: to P.E.I. Department of Transportation andInfrastructure Renewal’s General Provisions and Contract Specifications for Highway Construction.PART 3Execution3.1 General.1 Reinstate all surfaces to lines, elevations and dimensions which existed prior to construction and tomatch abutting surfaces..2 Make good all damage or disturbances to surfaces, properties and structures to a condition equalto or better than before work began, except as specified in this Section..3 All grassed areas shall be reinstated as work proceeds. All ditched areas should be reshaped andsodded. If water or sewer pipe is laid under asphalt or in the shoulder of the road, the Contractormay delay reinstatement until testing has been completed.3.2 Gravel Surfaces.1 Place, spread, and fine grade Class A or B gravel to specified compacted thickness for shouldersand other gravel surfaces. Compact to 100% Standard Proctor Density.3.3 Asphalt Surfaces.1 Remove existing gravel to depth equal to thickness of asphalt surface to be placed..2 Shape, fine grade and compact gravel surface to 100% Standard Proctor Density..3 Make vertical cut to full depth of asphalt in straight lines. As required, cut back from edge ofexcavation or beyond to eliminate tension cracks..4 Mill back 300mm on each side of area to be prepared to a depth equal to the seal coat..5 Clean contact surfaces and apply tack coat prior to placing asphalt paving..6 Place and compact hot-mix asphaltic concrete to the P.E.I. Department of Transportation andInfrastructure Renewal’s General Provisions and Contract Specifications for Highway Construction.


City of Charlottetown Section 02 66 00May 2012Reinstatement Standard Clauses2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package A Page 2 of 23.4 Grassed Surfaces.1 Reinstate grassed surfaces with sod.3.5 Ditches.1 Re-establish ditches to provide drainage that existed prior to construction..2 Replace any damaged culverts with pipe to match existing.End of Section


City of Charlottetown Section 31 23 10May 2012Excavation, Trenching, and Backfilling2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 5PART 1General1.1 Definitions.1 Topsoil: material capable of supporting good vegetative growth and suitable for use in top dressing,landscaping and seeding..2 Waste material: excavated material unsuitable for use in Work or surplus to requirements..3 Borrow material: material obtained from locations outside area to be graded, and required forconstruction of fill areas or for other portions of Work..4 Unsuitable materials:.1 Weak and compressible materials under excavated areas..2 Frost susceptible materials under excavated areas..3 Frost susceptible materials:.1 Coarse grained soils containing more than 15 % by mass passing 0.075 mmsieve.1.2 Waste Management and Disposal.1 Collect and separate plastic, paper packaging and corrugated cardboard in accordance with WasteManagement Plan..2 Place materials defined as hazardous or toxic in designated containers..3 Ensure emptied containers are sealed and stored safely.1.3 Protection of Existing Features.1 Existing buried utilities and structures:.1 Size, depth and location of existing utilities and structures as indicated are for guidanceonly. Completeness and accuracy are not guaranteed..2 Prior to commencing excavation Work, notify applicable Owner or authorities havingjurisdiction, establish location and state of use of buried utilities and structures. Owners orauthorities having jurisdiction to clearly mark such locations to prevent disturbance duringWork..3 Confirm locations of buried utilities by careful test excavations..4 Maintain and protect from damage, water, sewer, gas, electric, telephone and otherutilities and structures encountered..5 Where utility lines or structures exist in area of excavation, obtain direction of Engineerbefore removing..6 Record location of maintained, re-routed and abandoned underground lines..7 Confirm locations of recent excavations adjacent to area of excavation..2 Existing buildings and surface features:


City of Charlottetown Section 31 23 10May 2012Excavation, Trenching, and Backfilling2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 2 of 5.1 Conduct, with Engineer, condition survey of existing buildings, trees and other plants,lawns, fencing, service poles, wires, rail tracks, pavement, survey bench marks andmonuments which may be affected by Work..2 Protect existing buildings and surface features from damage while Work is in progress. Inevent of damage, immediately make repair to approval of Engineer.PART 2Products2.1 Materials.1 Type 1 Fill: Crushed rock composed of hard, sound, durable uncoated, cubical fragments ofconsistent quality produced from non-sedimentary bedrock or non-sedimentary boulders, to complywith the P.E.I. Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Specification 401 –Aggregate, for Class “A” material..2 Type 2 Fill: Crushed rock composed of hard, sound, durable, uncoated, cubical fragments ofconsistent quality produced from non-sedimentary bedrock or non-sedimentary boulders, to complywith the P.E.I. Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal s Specification 401 –Aggregate, for Class “B” material..3 Type 3 Fill: Imported, classified as Common Fill, or material from excavation or other sources,approved by Engineer for use intended, unfrozen, free from rocks larger than 75mm, cinders,ashes, sods, refuse or other deleterious materials..4 Type 4 Fill: Natural sand or crushed rock screening, free from clay, shale or organic matter, tocomply with P.E.I. Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Specification 402 –Bedding Sand..5 Type 5 Fill: To requirements of P.E.I. Department of Transportation and Infrastructure RenewalSpecification #206.02.02 – Select Borrow as follows: Borrow shall be non-plastic and composed ofclean, uncoated particles free from lumps of clay or other deleterious material with a maximumparticle size of 100 mm, and a maximum of 30% of the material passing the 4.75 mm sieve shallpass the 75 µm sieve.PART 3Execution3.1 Site Preparation.1 Remove obstructions, ice and snow, from surfaces to be excavated within limits indicated..2 Where applicable, strip topsoil from within limits of excavation and stockpile as directed byEngineer, for respreading..3 Sawcut pavement or concrete neatly along limits of proposed excavation in order that surface maybreak evenly and cleanly.3.2 Stripping of Topsoil.1 Commence topsoil stripping of areas after area has been cleared of brush, weeds and grasses andremoved from site.


City of Charlottetown Section 31 23 10May 2012Excavation, Trenching, and Backfilling2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 3 of 5.2 Do not mix topsoil with subsoil..3 Dispose of unused topsoil off site.3.3 Stockpiling.1 Stockpile granular materials in manner to prevent segregation..2 Protect fill materials from contamination.3.4 Shoring, Bracing and Underpinning.1 Obtain permit from authority having jurisdiction for diversion of water course..2 Construct temporary Works to depths, heights and locations as approved by Engineer..3 During backfill operation:.1 Unless otherwise as indicated or as directed by Engineer, remove sheeting and shoringfrom excavations..2 Do not remove bracing until backfilling has reached respective levels of such bracing..3 Pull sheeting in increments that will ensure compacted backfill is maintained at anelevation at least 500 mm above toe of sheeting..4 When sheeting is required to remain in place, cut off tops at elevations as indicated..5 Upon completion of substructure construction:.1 Remove cofferdams, shoring and bracing..2 Remove excess materials from site as directed by Engineer.3.5 Dewatering.1 Keep excavations free of water while Work is in progress..2 Avoid excavation below groundwater table if quick condition or heave is likely to occur. Preventpiping or bottom heave of excavations by groundwater lowering, sheet pile cut-offs, or othermeans..3 Protect open excavations against flooding and damage due to surface run-off..4 Dispose of water in accordance with Section 01 35 43 - Environmental Protection and in mannernot detrimental to public and private property, or any portion of Work completed or underconstruction..5 Provide flocculation tanks, settling basins, or other treatment facilities to remove suspended solidsor other materials before discharging to storm sewers, water courses or drainage areas.3.6 Excavation.1 Excavate to lines, grades, elevations and dimensions as indicated by Engineer.


City of Charlottetown Section 31 23 10May 2012Excavation, Trenching, and Backfilling2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 4 of 5.2 Remove concrete, masonry, paving, walks, demolished foundations and rubble and otherobstructions encountered during excavation..3 Excavation must not interfere with bearing capacity of adjacent foundations..4 For trench excavation, unless otherwise authorized by Engineer in writing, do not excavate morethan 30 m of trench in advance of installation operations..5 Keep excavated and stockpiled materials a safe distance away from edge of trench as directed byEngineer..6 Restrict vehicle operations directly adjacent to open trenches..7 Dispose of surplus and unsuitable excavated material off site..8 Do not obstruct flow of surface drainage or natural watercourses..9 Earth bottoms of excavations to be undisturbed soil, level, free from loose, soft or organic matter..10 Notify Engineer when bottom of excavation is reached..11 Obtain Engineer approval of completed excavation..12 Remove unsuitable material from trench bottom to extent and depth as directed by Engineer..13 Correct unauthorized over-excavation as follows:.1 Fill under bearing surfaces and footings with concrete specified for footings..14 Hand trim, make firm and remove loose material and debris from excavations. Where material atthe bottom of the excavation is disturbed, compact foundation soil to density at least equal toundisturbed soil. Clean out rock seams and fill with concrete mortar or grout to approval ofEngineer.3.7 Bedding and Surround of Underground Services.1 Place and compact granular material for bedding and surround of underground services asindicated in Section 33 44 00 – Storm Sewer..2 Place bedding and surround material in unfrozen condition.3.8 Backfilling.1 Vibratory compaction equipment: Use Mechanical equipment..2 Do not proceed with backfilling operations until Engineer has inspected and approved installations..3 Areas to be backfilled to be free from debris, snow, ice, water and frozen ground..4 Do not use backfill material which is frozen or contains ice, snow or debris.


City of Charlottetown Section 31 23 10May 2012Excavation, Trenching, and Backfilling2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 5 of 5.5 Place backfill material in uniform layers not exceeding 150 mm of compacted thickness up togrades indicated. Compact each layer before placing succeeding layer..6 Backfilling around installations..1 Place bedding and surround material as specified elsewhere..2 Do not backfill around or over cast-in-place concrete within twenty-four (24) hours afterplacing of concrete..3 Place layers simultaneously on both sides of installed Work to equalize loading..4 Where temporary unbalanced earth pressures are liable to develop on walls or otherstructures:.1 Permit concrete to cure for minimum fourteen (14) days or until it has sufficientstrength to withstand earth and compaction pressure and approval obtained fromEngineer or:.2 If approved by Engineer, erect bracing or shoring to counteract unbalance, andleave in place until removal is approved by Engineer..7 Place unshrinkable fill in areas as indicated..8 Consolidate and level unshrinkable fill with internal vibrators.3.9 Restoration.1 Upon completion of Work, remove waste materials and debris, trim slopes, and correct defects asdirected by Engineer..2 Replace topsoil as indicated by Engineer..3 Reinstate lawns to elevation which existed before excavation..4 Reinstate pavements and sidewalks disturbed by excavation to thickness, structure and elevationwhich existed before excavation..5 Clean and reinstate areas affected by Work as directed by Engineer..6 Use temporary plating to support traffic loads over unshrinkable fill for initial twenty-four (24) hours.End of Section


City of Charlottetown Section 32 12 17May 2012Asphalt Paving2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 1Part 1General1.1 Related Sections.1 Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.1.2 References.1 All asphalt specifications to conform to P.E.I. Department of Transportation and InfrastructureRenewal’s standards.1.3 Waste Management and Disposal.1 Remove from site and dispose of all packaging materials at appropriate recycling facilities..2 Collect and separate for disposal paper, plastic, polystyrene, corrugated cardboard, packagingmaterial for recycling in accordance with Waste Management..3 Place materials defined as hazardous or toxic in designated containers..4 Divert unused aggregate materials from landfill to for reuse..5 Dispose of unused paint and paint thinner materials at official hazardous material collections siteas approved by Engineer..6 Fold up metal banding, flatten and place in designated area for recycling..7 Do not dispose of unused paint and paint thinner material into sewer system, into streams, lakes,onto ground or in other location where it will pose health environmental hazard..8 Divert unused asphalt from landfill to facility capable of recycling materials.Part 2Execution2.1 Foundations.1 Foundations for roadways comprise:.1 300 mm of compacted thickness of granular base Class A..2 Compaction: compact each lift of granular material to 100% maximum density to ASTM D698.Maximum lift thickness: 150 mm.2.2 Pavement Thickness.1 Pavements for roadways:.1 Base course: 60 mm A Mix Base..2 Wear course: 40 mm C Mix Seal.2.3 Pavement Construction.1 In accordance with PEI Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal’s standard forHot Mix Asphalt Pavement.End of Section


City of Charlottetown Section 32 91 21May 2012Sodding, Topsoil and Finish Grading2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 2PART 1General1.1 Definitions.1 COMPOST: A mixture of soil and decomposing organic matter used as a fertilizer, mulch, or soilconditioner. Compost is processed organic matter containing 40% or more organic matter asdetermined by the Walkley-Black or LOI test. Product must be sufficiently decomposed (i.e. stable)so that any further decomposition does not adversely affect plant growth (C:N ratio below (25)(50)), and contain no toxic or growth inhibiting contaminates. Composed bio-solids must meet therequirements of the Guidelines for Compost Quality, Category (A) (B) produced by the CanadianCouncil of the Ministers of the Environment (CCME), January 1996.PART 2Products2.1 Topsoil.1 Topsoil for seeded areas: mixture of particulates, micro organisms and organic matter whichprovides suitable medium for supporting intended plant growth..1 Contain no toxic elements or growth inhibiting materials..2 Finished surface free from:.1 Debris and stones over 50 mm diameter..2 Course vegetative material, 10 mm diameter and 100 mm length, occupyingmore than 2% of soil volume..3 Consistence: friable when moist.2.2 Sod.1 To be provided by a recognized commercial supplier, subject to the approval of the Engineer..2 Material to be supplied on pallets, cut in a uniform size and shape..3 The condition of the sod is to be moist and healthy in appearance, when removed from the pallets.PART 3Execution3.1 Stripping of Topsoil.1 Commence topsoil stripping of areas as directed by Engineer..2 Stockpile in locations as directed by Engineer..3 Protect stockpiles from contamination and compaction.3.2 Preparation of Existing Grade.1 Verify that grades are correct. If discrepancies occur, notify Engineer and do not commence workuntil instructed by Engineer..2 Grade soil, eliminating uneven areas and low spots, ensuring positive drainage.


City of Charlottetown Section 32 91 21May 2012Sodding, Topsoil and Finish Grading2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 2 of 2.3 Remove debris, roots, branches, stones in excess of 50 mm diameter and other deleteriousmaterials. Remove soil contaminated with calcium chloride, toxic materials and petroleumproducts. Remove debris which protrudes more than 75 mm above surface. Dispose of removedmaterial off site..4 Cultivate entire area which is to receive topsoil to minimum depth of 100 mm. Cross cultivatethose areas where equipment used for hauling and spreading has compacted soil.3.3 Placing and Spreading of Topsoil/Planting Soil.1 Place topsoil after Engineer has accepted subgrade..2 Spread topsoil in uniform layers not exceeding 150 mm..3 For sodded areas keep topsoil 15 mm below finished grade..4 Spread topsoil [as indicated] to following minimum depths after settlement..1 150 mm for seeded areas..2 135 mm for sodded areas..5 Manually spread topsoil/planting soil around trees, shrubs and obstacles.3.4 Placing Sod.1 Place in a neat manner..2 Keep the sod fully saturated with water for the first twenty-four (24) hours..3 Maintain adequate moisture until grass begins to grow and the root mass penetrates the underlyingsoil.3.5 Finish Grading.1 Grade to eliminate rough spots and low areas and ensure positive drainage. Prepare loose friablebed by means of cultivation and subsequent raking..2 Consolidate topsoil to required bulk density using equipment approved by Engineer. Leavesurfaces smooth, uniform and firm against deep footprinting.3.6 Acceptance.1 Engineer will inspect and test topsoil in place and determine acceptance of material, depth oftopsoil and finish grading.3.7 Surplus Material.1 Dispose of materials except topsoil not required where directed by Engineer.End of Section


City of Charlottetown Section 33 05 14May 2012Manholes and Catch Basins2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 2PART 1General1.1 Section Includes.1 Materials and installation for constructing new outfall structures, precast and cast-in-placemanholes and catch basins.1.2 Submittals.1 Submittals in accordance with Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.PART 2Products2.1 Materials.1 Cast-In-Place Concrete:.1 Concrete mix design to produce 21 MPa minimum compressive strength at twenty-eight(28) days..2 Precast manhole units: to ASTM C478M, circular or oval. Top sections eccentric cone or flat slabtop type with opening offset for vertical ladder installation..1 Acceptable Product:.1 Campbell’s Concrete,.2 Shaw Group, or.3 An approved equal..3 Joints: to be made watertight using rubber rings..4 Frames, gratings, covers to dimensions as indicated and following requirements:.1 Manhole frames and covers: minimum 115 kg per set; heavy duty municipal type for roadservice. Cover cast without perforations and complete with two 25 mm square liftingholes..2 Size: 762 mm clear diameter..5 Granular bedding and backfill: in accordance with the following requirements:.1 Crushed, screed, stone, gravel, sand..2 Type 4 fill, as defined in Section 31 23 10 Excavation, Trenching, and Backfilling.PART 3Execution3.1 Excavation and Backfill.1 Excavate and backfill in accordance with Section 31 23 10 - Excavating Trenching and Backfilling.3.2 Concrete Work.1 Position metal inserts in accordance with dimensions and details as indicated.


City of Charlottetown Section 33 05 14May 2012Manholes and Catch Basins2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 2 of 23.3 Installation.1 Construct units in accordance with details indicated, plumb and true to alignment and grade..2 Complete units as pipe laying progresses. Maximum of three units behind point of pipe laying willbe allowed..3 Dewater excavation to approval of Engineer and remove soft and foreign material before placingconcrete base..4 Set precast concrete base on 150 mm minimum of granular bedding compacted to 100% maximumdensity to ASTM D698..5 For sewers:.1 Place stub outlets and bulkheads at elevations and in positions indicated..6 Compact granular backfill to 95% maximum density to ASTM D698..7 Place frame and cover on top section to elevation as indicated. If adjustment required use concretering..8 Clean units of debris and foreign materials. Remove fins and sharp projections. Prevent debrisfrom entering system.End of Section


City of Charlottetown Section 33 44 00May 2012Storm Sewer2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 5PART 1General1.1 Material Supplied By Engineer.1 Engineer will not supply any material.1.2 Related Sections.1 Section 31 23 10 - Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling.1.3 Shop Drawings.1 Submit shop drawings in accordance with Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures..2 Shop drawings to indicate proposed method for installing carrier pipe for under-crossings.1.4 Samples.1 Submit samples in accordance with Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures..2 Inform Engineer at least 1 week prior to commencing work, of proposed source of beddingmaterials and provide access for sampling.1.5 Certificates.1 Submit manufacturer's test data and certification at least two (2) weeks prior to commencing work..2 Certification is to be marked on pipe.1.6 Manufacturer’s Instructions.1 Engineer will make available one (1) copy of manufacturer's installation instructions.1.7 Scheduling.1 Schedule work to minimize interruptions to existing services and to maintain existing flow duringconstruction..2 Submit schedule of expected interruptions for approval and adhere to approved schedule.PART 2Products2.1 Concrete Pipe.1 Reinforced circular concrete pipe and fittings: to CAN/CSA-A257, ASTM C 76M as indicated,designed for flexible rubber gasket joints to ASTM C 443M, AN/CSAA257..2 Reinforced concrete arch pipe: to ASTM C 506M..3 Reinforced concrete elliptical pipe: to ASTM C 507M.


City of Charlottetown Section 33 44 00May 2012Storm Sewer2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 2 of 5.4 Lifting holes:.1 Pipe 900 mm and less diameter: no lift holes..2 Pipe greater than 900 mm diameter: lift holes not to exceed two in piece of pipe..3 Provide pre-fabricated plugs to effectively seal lift holes after installation of pipe.2.2 Corrugated Steel Pipe.1 Corrugated steel pipe and couplers: to CAN3-G401..1 Gaskets: to ASTM D 1056.2.3 Hdpe Pipe.1 Soleno Solflo Max pipe, as indicated.2.4 Pipe Bedding and Surround Material.1 Granular material to Section 31 23 10 - Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling and followingrequirements:.1 Crushed or screened stone, gravel or sand.2.5 Backfill Material.1 As indicated..2 Type 3 to Section 31 23 10 - Excavating Trenching and Backfilling..3 Unshrinkable fill: to Section 31 23 10 - Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling.2.6 Joint Mortar.1 Portland cement: to CAN/CSA-A5, normal type 10..2 Mortar: one part Portland cement to two parts clean sharp sand mixed with minimum amount ofwater to obtain optimum consistency for use intended. Do not use additives.PART 3Execution3.1 Preparation.1 Clean pipes and fittings of debris and water before installation, and remove defective materialsfrom site to approval of Engineer.3.2 Trenching.1 Do trenching work in accordance with Section 31 23 10 - Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling..2 Do not allow contents of any sewer or sewer connection to flow into trench..3 Trench alignment and depth to approval of Engineer prior to placing bedding material and pipe.


City of Charlottetown Section 33 44 00May 2012Storm Sewer2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 3 of 5.4 Water jetting of backfill under haunches of corrugated steel pipe may be permitted if recommendedby manufacturer and approved by Engineer.3.3 Granular Bedding.1 Place bedding in unfrozen condition..2 Place granular bedding material in uniform layers not exceeding 150 mm of compacted thickness..3 Shape bed true to grade and to provide continuous, uniform bearing surface for pipe. Do not useblocks when bedding pipes..4 Shape transverse depressions as required to suit joints..5 Compact each layer full width of bed to at least 95% maximum density to ASTM D 698..6 Fill excavation below bottom of specified bedding adjacent to manholes or catch basins withcompacted bedding material.3.4 Installation.1 Lay and join pipe in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations and to approval ofEngineer..2 Handle pipe using methods approved by Engineer. Do not use chains or cables passed throughrigid pipe bore so that weight of pipe bears upon pipe ends..3 Lay pipes on prepared bed, true to line and grade with pipe inverts smooth and free of sags or highpoints. Ensure barrel of each pipe is in contact with shaped bed throughout its full length..4 Commence laying at outlet and proceed in upstream direction with socket ends of pipe facingupgrade..5 Lay corrugated steel pipe:.1 With outside circumferential laps facing upgrade and longitudinal laps or seams at side orquarter points..2 With longitudinal centre line of paved invert coinciding with flow line..6 Do not exceed maximum joint deflection recommended by pipe manufacturer..7 Do not allow water to flow through pipes during construction except as may be permitted byEngineer..8 Whenever work is suspended, install removable watertight bulkhead at open end of last pipe laid toprevent entry of foreign materials..9 Install plastic pipe and fittings in accordance with CSA B182.11.


City of Charlottetown Section 33 44 00May 2012Storm Sewer2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 4 of 5.10 Joints:.1 Corrugated steel pipe:.1 Install gaskets as indicated..2 Match corrugations or indentations of coupler band with pipe sections beforetightening..3 Tap coupler firmly while tightening, to take up slack and ensure snug fit..4 Ensure bolts are inserted and tightened..2 Concrete, clay and asbestos cement pipe:.1 Install gaskets as recommended by manufacturer..2 Support pipes with hand slings or crane as required to minimize lateral pressure ongasket and maintain concentricity until gasket is properly positioned..3 Align pipes before joining..4 Maintain pipe joints free from mud, silt, gravel and other foreign material..5 Avoid displacing gasket or contaminating with dirt or other foreign material. Removedisturbed or dirty gaskets; clean, lubricate and replace before joining is attempted..6 Complete each joint before laying next length of pipe..7 Minimize joint deflection after joint has been made to avoid joint damage..8 Apply sufficient pressure in making joints to ensure that joint is complete as outlinedin manufacturer's recommendations..9 Mortared joints:.1 Pipe interior: circular pipes 700 mm diameter and larger, and arch or ellipticalpipe equivalent to 900 mm diameter or larger shall have interior gap betweenends of adjacent pipes filled with mortar. Apply mortar minimum 7 days afterbackfilling has been completed to allow pipe settlement to occur. Finish interiorsurface of joints smooth..2 Pipe exterior: for bell and spigot pipe, use mortar to seal outside of joints. Pressand bed mortar into place. Allow mortar to set minimum of 1 h before backfilling..11 When any stoppage of work occurs, restrain pipes as directed by Engineer, to prevent "creep"during down time..12 Plug lifting holes with Engineer approved prefabricated plugs, set in shrinkage compensating grout..13 Cut pipes as required for special inserts, fittings or closure pieces, as recommended by pipemanufacturer, without damaging pipe or its coating and to leave smooth end at right angles to axisof pipe..14 Make watertight connections to manholes and catch basins. Use shrinkage compensating groutwhen suitable gaskets are not available..15 Use prefabricated saddles or approved field connections for connecting pipes to existing sewerpipes. Joint to be structurally sound and watertight..16 Temporarily plug open upstream ends of pipes with removable watertight concrete, steel or plasticbulkheads.


City of Charlottetown Section 33 44 00May 2012Storm Sewer2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 5 of 53.5 Pipe Surround.1 Place surround material in unfrozen condition..2 Upon completion of pipe laying, and after Engineer has inspected pipe joints, surround and coverpipes as indicated. Leave joints and fittings exposed until field testing is completed..3 Hand place surround material in uniform layers not exceeding 150 mm compacted thickness asindicated..4 Place layers uniformly and simultaneously on each side of pipe..5 Compact each layer from pipe invert to mid height of pipe to at least 95% maximum density toASTM D 698..6 Compact each layer from mid height of pipe to underside of backfill to at least 90% maximumdensity to ASTM D 698 ..7 When field test results are acceptable to Engineer, place surround material at pipe joints.3.6 Backfill.1 Place backfill material in unfrozen condition..2 Place backfill material, above pipe surround, in uniform layers not exceeding 150 mm compactedthickness up to grades as indicated..3 Under paving and walks, compact backfill to at least 95 % maximum density to ASTM D 698 . Inother areas, compact backfill to at least 90% maximum density to ASTM D 698..4 Place unshrinkable backfill in accordance with Section 31 23 10 - Excavating, Trenching andBackfilling .3.7 Field Testing.1 Repair or replace pipe, pipe joint or bedding found defective..2 When directed by Engineer, draw tapered wooden plug with diameter of 50 mm less than nominalpipe diameter through sewer to ensure that pipe is free of obstruction..3 Remove foreign material from sewers and related appurtenances by flushing with water.End of Section


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Tender FormPrice BidProject:Location:Submitted to:2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package BCharlottetown, Prince Edward IslandCity of Charlottetown199 Queen StreetThird FloorCharlottetown, PEBidderLegal Name:Address:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________City_________________Province_________ Postal Code_______Bid PriceHaving examined the Proposal Documents, consisting of Specifications and Drawings, to this Price Bid, andAddenda number ______ to number ______ inclusive, all as issued by City of Charlottetown and having visitedthe Place of the Work; we hereby offer to enter into a contract to perform the Work required by the BidDocuments in Canadian funds, in the amount of $which price includes PST, andexcludes GST.DeclarationsWe hereby declare that:(a) We agree to perform the Work and to attain Substantial Performance of the Work within ten (10)weeks from commencement of the Work;(b)(c)No person, firm, or corporation other than the undersigned has any interest in this Bid or in theproposed Contract for which this Bid is made;This Bid is open to acceptance for a period of thirty (30) days from the date of bid closing.Agreement Form(a)A standard unit price contract, Canadian Construction Documents Committee 4 (CCDC 4), will beused.


(b)The contract Schedule of Unit Prices will be as outlined in the tendered Unit Price Table.Deposit(a)(b)Tender deposit and contract security are required.The holdback is fifteen percent (15%), held for sixty (60) days after Substantial Completion.Milestone Dates(a) Completion of storm sewer installations .(b) Reinstatement of street, including paving and sodding .(c) Final clean-up and turn-over to City .SignaturesSigned and submitted for and on behalf of:_____________________________Name of Bidder_________________________________Signature_____________________________Name of Witness_________________________________Signature of Witness_________________________________Date


City of CharlottetownMay 2012Unit Price Table2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 1 of 2Birch Hill DriveItem Number and Description Unit Quantity Unit Price Cost1.00 Environmental Protection Ls. 12.00 Storm Sewer.01 - 300 mm Ø Lm. 7.02 - 375 mm Ø Lm. 250.03 - 375 Ø - 90° Elbow c/w Frame and Cover Lm. 23.00 Topsoil and Sod Sq.m. 10914.00 Pavement Reinstatement Lm. 32Birch Hill Drive TotalBlythe CrescentItem Number and Description Unit Quantity Unit Price Cost1.00 Environmental Protection Ls. 12.00 Storm Sewer.01 - 375 mm Ø Lm. 4.02 - 450 mm Ø Lm. 1343.00 Manholes and Catch Basins.01 - 1050 mm Ø c/w Frame and Cover Each 1.02 - 1050 mm Ø Shafting Vm. 1.24.00 Catch Tees.01 - 450 mm X 300 mm c/w Frame and Cover Each 45.00 Topsoil and Sod Sq.m. 6706.00 Pavement Reinstatement Lm. 7Blythe Crescent Total


City of CharlottetownMay 2012Unit Price Table2012 Storm Pipe Construction, Package B Page 2 of 2Shamrock DriveItem Number and Description Unit Quantity Unit Price Cost1.00 Environmental Protection Ls. 12.00 Storm Sewer.01 - 300 mm Ø Lm. 10.02 - 375 mm Ø Lm. 334.03 - 525 mm Ø Lm. 318.04 - 300 mm Ø SDR 35 Lm. 43.00 Manholes and Catch Basins.01 - 1050 mm Ø c/w Frame and Cover Each 12.02 - 1050 mm Ø Shafting Vm. 15.54.00 Catch Tees.01 - 375 mm X 300 mm c/w Frame and Cover Each 8.02 - 525 mm X 300 mm c/w Frame and Cover Each 4.03 - Storm Catch Pit Each 25.00 Topsoil and Sod Sq.m. 32526.00 Pavement Reinstatement Lm. 787.00 Sidewalk Repair Lm. 5Shamrock Drive TotalSummaryBirch Hill Drive $Blythe CrescentShamrock DriveSubtotal $Provisional Sum 50,000.00Total Tendered Amount $


LIST OF DRAWINGS100 BIRCH HILL DRIVE WEST SIDE STA 0+000 - 0+220101 BIRCH HILL DRIVE EAST SIDE STA 0+000 - 0+220200 SHAMROCK DRIVE NORTH SIDE STA 0+000 - 0+200201 SHAMROCK DRIVE NORTH SIDE STA 0+200 - 0+340202 SHAMROCK DRIVE SOUTH SIDE STA 0+000 - 0+200203 SHAMROCK DRIVE SOUTH SIDE STA 0+200 - 0+340300 BLYTHE CRESCENT STA 0+000 - 0+160ENGINEERS • PROJECT MANAGERSP.O. Box 1653Charlottetown, PEC1A 7N4Tel: 902.368.3365Fax: 902.626.3412


S:\Office\Project Files\City of Charlottetown\165-12 Infill B\dwg\Birchill Drive\Current\PRO-100_BIRCH HILL.dwg, PRO-100, 2012/05/21 02:32 pm MichaelBIRCH HILL DRIVESHAMROCK DRIVE> > >S S Sss ss ssws ws wsENGINEERS • PROJECT MANAGERSP.O. Box 1653Charlottetown, PEC1A 7N4Tel: 902.368.3365Fax: 902.626.3412


S:\Office\Project Files\City of Charlottetown\165-12 Infill B\dwg\Birchill Drive\Current\PRO-101_BIRCH HILL.dwg, PRO-101, 2012/05/21 02:30 pm MichaelBIRCH HILL DRIVESHAMROCK DRIVE> > >S S Sss ss ssws ws wsENGINEERS • PROJECT MANAGERSP.O. Box 1653Charlottetown, PEC1A 7N4Tel: 902.368.3365Fax: 902.626.3412


S:\Office\Project Files\City of Charlottetown\165-12 Infill B\dwg\Birchill Drive\Current\PRO-200_SHAMROCK.dwg, PRO-200, 2012/05/21 03:11 pm MichaelBIRCH HILL DRIVESHAMROCK DRIVESHAMROCK CRESCENT> > >S S Sss ss ssws ws wsENGINEERS • PROJECT MANAGERSP.O. Box 1653Charlottetown, PEC1A 7N4Tel: 902.368.3365Fax: 902.626.3412


S:\Office\Project Files\City of Charlottetown\165-12 Infill B\dwg\Birchill Drive\Current\PRO-201_SHAMROCK.dwg, PRO-201, 2012/05/22 08:17 am MichaelSHAMROCK DRIVELILAC AVENUELILAC AVENUEBRACKLEY POINT ROAD> > >S S Sss ss ssws ws wsENGINEERS • PROJECT MANAGERSP.O. Box 1653Charlottetown, PEC1A 7N4Tel: 902.368.3365Fax: 902.626.3412


S:\Office\Project Files\City of Charlottetown\165-12 Infill B\dwg\Birchill Drive\Current\PRO-202_SHAMROCK.dwg, PRO-200, 2012/05/22 09:19 am MichaelBIRCH HILL DRIVESHAMROCK DRIVESHAMROCK CRESCENT> > >S S Sss ss ssws ws wsENGINEERS • PROJECT MANAGERSP.O. Box 1653Charlottetown, PEC1A 7N4Tel: 902.368.3365Fax: 902.626.3412


S:\Office\Project Files\City of Charlottetown\165-12 Infill B\dwg\Birchill Drive\Current\PRO-203_SHAMROCK.dwg, PRO-203, 2012/05/22 08:22 am MichaelSHAMROCK DRIVELILAC AVENUELILAC AVENUEBRACKLEY POINT ROAD> > >S S Sss ss ssws ws wsENGINEERS • PROJECT MANAGERSP.O. Box 1653Charlottetown, PEC1A 7N4Tel: 902.368.3365Fax: 902.626.3412


S:\Office\Project Files\City of Charlottetown\165-12 Infill B\dwg\Blythe Crescent\Current\PRO-300-BLYTHE.dwg, PRO-300, 2012/05/22 09:26 am MichaelPINE DRIVEBLYTHE CRESCENTGREENLEAF DRIVEBLYTHE CRESCENT> > >S S Sss ss ssws ws wsENGINEERS • PROJECT MANAGERSP.O. Box 1653Charlottetown, PEC1A 7N4Tel: 902.368.3365Fax: 902.626.3412

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