Contract 10-1J540(10A2245)

The responses to bidder's inquiries, unless incorporated into a formal addendum to the contract, are not a part of the contract and are provided for the bidder's convenience only. In some instances, the question and answer may represent a summary of the matters discussed rather than a word-for-word recitation. The availability or use of information provided in the responses to bidder's inquiries is not to be construed in any way as a waiver of the provisions of Section 2-1.03 of the Standard Specifications or any other provision of the contract, the plans, Standard Specifications or Special Provisions, nor to excuse the contractor from full compliance with those contract requirements. Bidders are cautioned that subsequent responses or contract addenda may affect or vary a response previously given.

Inquiry 1)

  • Will the Prime Contractor be required to purchase any type of permits form the Cities, County or State to work on this project?
  • In reviewing the plans and checking the given fence footage with the stated scale, there are large differences from what is stated as fence footage and the scaled amount of fence. Is the scale on the plan sheet correct? Are we to use the stated fence footage?

Response 1)

  1. All work within the State Right of Way will not require any purchase of permits
  2. The Contractor is to obtain “Permits to Enter” for local street access from the City and/or County to use their facilities to access the State Right of Way where ALL the work will be performed.
  3. Temporary Construction Easements (TCEs) have been obtained for this project where needed and as shown on Sheet L-4 for access purposes only.
  4. The layout sheets (2D Plan View) are in the correct scale, however they cannot adequately reflect the existing terrain (which is not flat in some areas) and should be used more as a reference/guide for the proposed layout of the fencing and not for quantities.
  5. The provided quantity Sheet (Q-1) is based on actual field measurements in order to properly quantify what is needed to complete the job.
  6. The Contractor based on existing conditions can make field adjustments to meet the project requirements to complete the project.