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Inquiry #1: RE: Irrigation Plans
Please provide the location for Controller Z and show a diagram for CNC to this controller.

Inquiry submitted 03/21/2013

Response #1:Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 03/22/2013


Response #2:Note #2 on Sheet Irrigation Removal(IR)-1 describes the location of the Existing Controller Cabinet, Controller Z is inside that Cabinet. More specifically, it is located on the Southbound shoulder, in a pullout area on Route 101 SB Lanes, approximately station 114+00. Sheet IR-1 also shows the Route of CNC(control and neutral conductors) using Caltrans standard symbology. CNC is existing at the current valve locations and is operational, this CNC should be used for the new RCVs(Remote control valves). The CNC item in Engineers Estimate is only intended for short runs as needed to connect new valves to existing CNC in the crossovers. This is shown on the plans as CNC from the 'C' connect symbol to the valve locations.
Response posted 04/01/2013




Inquiry #2: What are the liquidated damages for this project?
Inquiry submitted 03/26/2013

Response #1:Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 03/27/2013


Response #2:Refer to 2010 Standards Specifications section 8-1.10A. Liquidated Damages.
Response posted 04/02/2013




Inquiry #3: Special Provisions sections 10-1 and 10-2 contain the word "Reserved", and some headings only. Please provide the missing information.
Inquiry submitted 03/26/2013

Response #1:Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 03/27/2013


Response #2:There is no missing information. Refer to 2010 Standard Specification section 1-1.01 GENERAL regarding the use of “Not Used” or “Reserved” headings.
Response posted 04/02/2013






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