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PN102_0102for2005.pdf102Bar Chart Schedule1/2/2002
Use this note on all projects that do not use PN 107
PN103_for2005.pdf103Value Engineering Change Proposal - Construction Costs1/7/1998
This note should be included on all projects that do not have PN 104. This note shall not be used along with PN 121, PN 123, PN 124,  PN 125 or PN 126 For additional information on the policy and application of this note contact the Office of Construction Administration at (614)466-4788.
PN104_for2005.pdf104Value Engineering Change Proposal - Construction Costs And Time1/7/1998
This note may be included on major bridge, major new, and four or more lane divided projects. Projects which have an Incentive/Disincentive clause, or which use A plus B bidding or Lane Rental are not eligible for Value Engineering Change Proposals for time savings. Close consideration of the project completion date must be made when selecting this note. This note shall not be used along with PN 120, PN 121, PN 123, PN 124, PN 125 or PN 126. The District Production Administrator shall determine when this note is necessary. For additional information on the policy and application of this note contact the Office of Construction Administration at (614)466-4788.
PN105_01182008.PDF105Critical Path Method Progress Schedule For Short Duration Projects1/18/2008
This note may be used for projects whose duration is less than one year and whose cost is between $1 million and $5 million, or as may otherwise be appropriate. The Critical Path Method Progress Schedule is now a contract pay item as per Section I of the note and is shown in the construction plan General Summary. It is recommended that this note be used for the projects described above where PN 120, PN 121, PN 122, PN 123, PN 124, PN 125 or PN 130 are specified. Any questions should be addressed to Clint Bishop in the Office of Construction Management [614-387-1164].
PN106_01182008.PDF106Environmental Mitigation Bar Chart Schedule1/18/2008
The Environmental Mitigation Bar Chart Schedule should be specified on those mitigation projects (stream and /or wetland) where it is desirable for ODOT to have a defined concept of the Contractor's logic in the performance of the mitigation work.  The Environmental Mitigation Bar Chart Schedule shall be specified when: 1. The duration of the mitigation project exceeds 90 days, and 2. The dollar value of the mitigation project is $250,000 or greater
PN107_04152005 for 2005.pdf107Critical Path Method Progress Schedule8/10/2007
This note should be used for projects whose cost is greater than $5 million; which have more than 3 phases; or, as may otherwise be appropriate. The Critical Path Method Progress Schedule is now a contract pay item as per Section G of the note and is shown in the construction plan General Summary. This note may be used when PN 120, PN 121, PN 122, PN 123,   PN 124 are specified. Any questions should be addressed to Clint Bishop in the Office of Construction Management [614-387-1164]..
PN107_04212006 for 2005.PDF107Critical Path Method Progress Schedule8/10/2007
This note should be used for projects whose cost is greater than $5 million; which have more than 3 phases; or, as may otherwise be appropriate. The Critical Path Method Progress Schedule is now a contract pay item as per Section G of the note and is shown in the construction plan General Summary. This note may be used when PN 120, PN 121, PN 122, PN 123,   PN 124 are specified. Any questions should be addressed to Clint Bishop in the Office of Construction Management [614-387-1164]..
PN107_08102007 for 2005.PDF107Critical Path Method Progress Schedule8/10/2007
This note should be used for projects whose cost is greater than $5 million; which have more than 3 phases; or, as may otherwise be appropriate. The Critical Path Method Progress Schedule is now a contract pay item as per Section G of the note and is shown in the construction plan General Summary. This note may be used when PN 120, PN 121, PN 122, PN 123,   PN 124 are specified. Any questions should be addressed to Clint Bishop in the Office of Construction Management [614-387-1164]..
PN 108_01202006 for 2005.PDF108Dispute Review Board1/20/2006
This note should be considered for use on all projects over $20,000,000 and/or of a highly technical nature. Do not use PN 109 – Dispute Resolution and Administrative Claim Process if this note is used. Any questions on this note should be directed to the Division of Construction Management at 614-466-3957. In all cases consultation must be made with the Division of Construction Management prior to a final determination.
PN108_01202006 for 2005.PDF108Dispute Review Board1/20/2006
This note should be considered for use on all projects over $20,000,000 and/or of a highly technical nature. Do not use PN 109 – Dispute Resolution and Administrative Claim Process if this note is used. Any questions on this note should be directed to the Division of Construction Management at 614-466-3957. In all cases consultation must be made with the Division of Construction Management prior to a final determination.
PN108_05272005 for 2005.PDF108Dispute Review Board1/20/2006
This note should be considered for use on all projects over $20,000,000 and/or of a highly technical nature. Do not use PN 109 – Dispute Resolution and Administrative Claim Process if this note is used. Any questions on this note should be directed to the Division of Construction Management at 614-466-3957. In all cases consultation must be made with the Division of Construction Management prior to a final determination.
PN109 Flow Chart.pdf109Dispute Resolution And Administrative Claims Process4/15/2005
For use with the 2005 C&MS. This note must be used on all projects, except for those projects that use PN 108 – Dispute Review Board Process. Any questions on this note should be directed to the Division of Construction Management at 614-466-3957.
PN109_04152005 for 2005.pdf109Dispute Resolution And Administrative Claims Process4/15/2005
For use with the 2005 C&MS. This note must be used on all projects, except for those projects that use PN 108 – Dispute Review Board Process. Any questions on this note should be directed to the Division of Construction Management at 614-466-3957.
PN110_04152005 for 2005.pdf110Escrow Bid Documents4/15/2005
For use with the 2005 C&MS. This note should be considered for use on all projects over $20,000,000 and/or of a highly technical nature. In all cases consultation must be made with the Deputy Director of the Division of Contract Administration prior to a final determination. Any questions on this note should be directed to the Deputy Director of the Division of Contract Administration [614-644-8390].
PN 120_01202006 for 2005.PDF120Work Day Contract10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
PN120_011604for2005.PDF120Work Day Contract10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
PN120_10192007 for 2005.pdf120Work Day Contract10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
PN 121_01202006 for 2005.PDF121Incentive/Disincentive Contract10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
PN121_10192007 for 2005.pdf121Incentive/Disincentive Contract10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
pn121_for2005.pdf121Incentive/Disincentive Contract10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
PN 123_01202006 for 2005.PDF123Lump Sum Minus Contract10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
PN123_10192007 for 2005.pdf123Lump Sum Minus Contract10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
pn123_for2005.pdf123Lump Sum Minus Contract10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
PN 124_01202006 for 2005.PDF124Special Clauses For Calendar Days Of Contract Time For Opening To Unrestricted Traffic: A+B Bidding1/20/2006
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.  Do not include a contract completion date as this introduces conflicting information into the proposal. Modifications are ONLY allowed in designated areas: 1. Description of what has to be open to unrestricted traffic [Default: Project] 2. Line and page number of Part B in proposal 3. Maximum Calendar Days 4. Daily Disincentive 5. Additional Calendar days for completion 6. Possible start date window 7. Maximum incentive amount
PN124_for2005.pdf124Special Clauses For Calendar Days Of Contract Time For Opening To Unrestricted Traffic: A+B Bidding1/20/2006
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.  Do not include a contract completion date as this introduces conflicting information into the proposal. Modifications are ONLY allowed in designated areas: 1. Description of what has to be open to unrestricted traffic [Default: Project] 2. Line and page number of Part B in proposal 3. Maximum Calendar Days 4. Daily Disincentive 5. Additional Calendar days for completion 6. Possible start date window 7. Maximum incentive amount
PN125_10192007 for 2005.pdf125A + B Bidding with Multiple Sections10/19/2007
This note is intended to motivate the Contractor to complete the work or a critical portion of the work on or ahead of schedule. It allows the Department to compensate a Contractor a fixed amount of money for each time period the identified critical work is completed ahead of schedule and assess a deduction for time period the Contractor overruns the completion date. This note san be used for single, or multiple phase projects
PN126_04152005 for 2005.pdf126Revisions To The C&Ms For Design Build Projects4/15/2005
This note must be used on all projects using the 2005 Construction and Materials Specifications AND are Design Build.  RENAMED from PN101DB
PN 127_01202006 for 2005.PDF127Lane Value Contract10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
PN127_10192007 for 2005.pdf127Lane Value Contract10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
PN 128_01202006 for 2005.PDF128Unauthorized Lane Use10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
PN128_10192007 for 2005.pdf128Unauthorized Lane Use10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
PN 129_01202006 for 2005.PDF129Window Contract10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
PN129_01192007 for 2005.PDF129Window Contract10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
PN129_10192007 for 2005.pdf129Window Contract10/19/2007
This note shall be used on projects selected according to the Innovative Contracting Manual.
PN130_07212006_for_2005.PDF130Extension to the Completion Date for Weather7/21/2006
To be used with approval of the Central Office Construction for multiple year projects (two or more construction seasons), and projects with CPM schedules and more than $10 million. Contact the Division of Construction Management at (614) 466-3598.
PN415_10212005 for 2005.PDF415Asphalt Pavement Longitudinal Joint Construction10/21/2005
This proposal note is intended to evaluate the effectiveness of a wedge joint in asphalt construction. It can be used with either 446 or 448 applications. Only use this proposal note with the approval of the Asphalt Engineer of the Office of Materials Management.
PN416_07152005 for 2005.PDF416Design Requirements For Plant Mix Pavements (Heavy)7/15/2005
Use this note on all projects having 301, 424, 446, 448, SS 826 or SS 857, where the number of trucks (ADT x T24) in the current traffic is 1500 or more. If the project is in a mining or manufacturing area where there will be loaded coal, gravel, stone, steel, etc. trucks making starting, stopping, or turning movements creating higher stresses in the pavement, use 750 trucks for the threshold of "Heavy". Questions concerning this note should be directed to the Office of Pavement Engineering  614-995-5990.
PN416_for2005.pdf416Design Requirements For Plant Mix Pavements (Heavy)7/15/2005
Use this note on all projects having 301, 424, 446, 448, SS 826 or SS 857, where the number of trucks (ADT x T24) in the current traffic is 1500 or more. If the project is in a mining or manufacturing area where there will be loaded coal, gravel, stone, steel, etc. trucks making starting, stopping, or turning movements creating higher stresses in the pavement, use 750 trucks for the threshold of "Heavy". Questions concerning this note should be directed to the Office of Pavement Engineering  614-995-5990.
PN417_07152005 for 2005.PDF417Design Requirements For Plant Mix Pavements (Medium)7/15/2005
Use this note on all projects having 301, 424, 446, 448, SS 826 or SS 857, where the number of trucks (ADT x T24) in the current traffic is 50 to 1499. If the project is in a mining or manufacturing area where there will be loaded coal, gravel, stone, steel, etc. trucks making starting, stopping, or turning movements creating higher stresses in the pavement, use 50 to 749 trucks as the criteria for "Medium". Questions concerning this note should be directed to the Office of Pavement Engineering  614-995-5990.
PN417_for2005.pdf417Design Requirements For Plant Mix Pavements (Medium)7/15/2005
Use this note on all projects having 301, 424, 446, 448, SS 826 or SS 857, where the number of trucks (ADT x T24) in the current traffic is 50 to 1499. If the project is in a mining or manufacturing area where there will be loaded coal, gravel, stone, steel, etc. trucks making starting, stopping, or turning movements creating higher stresses in the pavement, use 50 to 749 trucks as the criteria for "Medium". Questions concerning this note should be directed to the Office of Pavement Engineering  614-995-5990.
PN418_07152005 for 2005.PDF418Design Requirements For Plant Mix Pavements (Light)7/15/2005
Use this note on all projects having 301, 424, 446, 448, SS 826 or SS 857, where the number of trucks (ADT x T24) in the current traffic is less than 50. Questions concerning this note should be directed to the Office of Pavement Engineering  614-995-5990.
PN418_for2005.pdf418Design Requirements For Plant Mix Pavements (Light)7/15/2005
Use this note on all projects having 301, 424, 446, 448, SS 826 or SS 857, where the number of trucks (ADT x T24) in the current traffic is less than 50. Questions concerning this note should be directed to the Office of Pavement Engineering  614-995-5990.
PN419_07152005 for 2005.PDF419Design Requirements For Plan Mix Pavements (Multiple Traffic) -7/15/2005
Use this note on all projects having 301, 424, 446, 448, SS 826, or SS 857 when the project includes sections of roadway where different traffic volume designs should be specified.  Fill in Blank (1) with Heavy, Medium, or Light. Fill in Blank (2) with Part or Route numbers. Use a Heavy Traffic designation where the number of trucks (ADT x T24) in the current traffic is 1500 or more or if the project is in a mining or manufacturing area where there will be loaded coal, gravel, stone, steel, etc. trucks making starting, stopping or turning movements creating higher stresses in the pavement, use 750 trucks for the threshold of "Heavy." Use a Medium Traffic designation where the number of trucks (ADT x T24) in the current traffic is 50 to 1499 or if the project is in a mining or manufacturing area where there will be loaded coal, gravel, stone, steel, etc. trucks making starting, stopping, or turning movements creating higher stresses in the pavement, use 40 to 749 trucks as the criteria for "Medium." Use a Light Traffic designation where the number of trucks (ADT x T24) in the current traffic is less than 50. Questions concerning this note should be directed to the Office of Pavement Engineering 614- 995-5990.
PN419_for2005.pdf419Design Requirements For Plan Mix Pavements (Multiple Traffic) -7/15/2005
Use this note on all projects having 301, 424, 446, 448, SS 826, or SS 857 when the project includes sections of roadway where different traffic volume designs should be specified.  Fill in Blank (1) with Heavy, Medium, or Light. Fill in Blank (2) with Part or Route numbers. Use a Heavy Traffic designation where the number of trucks (ADT x T24) in the current traffic is 1500 or more or if the project is in a mining or manufacturing area where there will be loaded coal, gravel, stone, steel, etc. trucks making starting, stopping or turning movements creating higher stresses in the pavement, use 750 trucks for the threshold of "Heavy." Use a Medium Traffic designation where the number of trucks (ADT x T24) in the current traffic is 50 to 1499 or if the project is in a mining or manufacturing area where there will be loaded coal, gravel, stone, steel, etc. trucks making starting, stopping, or turning movements creating higher stresses in the pavement, use 40 to 749 trucks as the criteria for "Medium." Use a Light Traffic designation where the number of trucks (ADT x T24) in the current traffic is less than 50. Questions concerning this note should be directed to the Office of Pavement Engineering 614- 995-5990.
PN420_04212006 for 2005.PDF420Surface Smoothness Requirements For Pavements4/21/2006
This note should be used on all paving projects when: 1. The project is at least 1 centerline mile (1.6 km) long (both divided and undivided highways); 2. The design speed is 50 miles per hour (80 km/h) or greater; and one of the following applies: (a). The total new pavement thickness is equal to or greater than 2.25 inches (57 mm) without planing the existing surface and at least two courses are specified or. (b). The total new pavement thickness is equal to or greater than 2.25 inches (57 mm) with planing, at least two courses are specified AND at least the top course of asphalt concrete extends to the shoulder edge regardless if shoulders are planed or not. 3. This note should not be used for 2 lane projects that are totally in corporation limits.
PN420_1003for2005.pdf420Surface Smoothness Requirements For Pavements4/21/2006
This note should be used on all paving projects when: 1. The project is at least 1 centerline mile (1.6 km) long (both divided and undivided highways); 2. The design speed is 50 miles per hour (80 km/h) or greater; and one of the following applies: (a). The total new pavement thickness is equal to or greater than 2.25 inches (57 mm) without planing the existing surface and at least two courses are specified or. (b). The total new pavement thickness is equal to or greater than 2.25 inches (57 mm) with planing, at least two courses are specified AND at least the top course of asphalt concrete extends to the shoulder edge regardless if shoulders are planed or not. 3. This note should not be used for 2 lane projects that are totally in corporation limits.
PN460_07212006_for_2005.PDF460Night Paving, 401.17 Sealing of Cold Joints7/21/2006
Use this note for all night paving projects unless the District prefers another material binder. Do not modify or use note if another binder is chosen. Develop a separate plan note to cover the binder requirements. Questions regarding this note should be directed to: Faour Alfaour - Office of Construction Administration (614-644-6622) Dave Powers - Office of Materials Management (614-275-1387)
PN461_07212006_for_2005.PDF461Night Paving using Material Transfer Device7/21/2006
Only use this note for night paving projects over 1 lane mile in length and where the designer and District have determined an MTD can be used. Questions regarding this note should be directed to: Faour Alfaour - Office of Construction Administration (614-644-6622) Dave Powers - Office of Materials Management (614-275-1387)
PN462_10202006_for_2005.PDF462Nighttime Asphalt Paving Work Site Lighting Requirements10/20/2006
Use this note for all night paving projects. Provide a bid item 614 Lump Sum Maintaining Traffic (Work Site Lighting)
PN463_02162007 for 2005.PDF463Joint Repair Using Rapid Strength Concrete With Maturity Testing4/20/2007
This proposal note may be used for night paving projects where item 255 is required. This note is also intended to replace 499 FS concrete and is recommended where item 255 has a critical time limit but the repair is intended to have long life. If there are questions on it’s use or application contact Office of Construction Administration (614-644-6622). Use the pay item: Full Depth Pavement Removal and Rigid Replacement, With Maturity, As Per Plan.
PN463_04202007_for_2005.PDF463Joint Repair Using Rapid Strength Concrete With Maturity Testing4/20/2007
This proposal note may be used for night paving projects where item 255 is required. This note is also intended to replace 499 FS concrete and is recommended where item 255 has a critical time limit but the repair is intended to have long life. If there are questions on it’s use or application contact Office of Construction Administration (614-644-6622). Use the pay item: Full Depth Pavement Removal and Rigid Replacement, With Maturity, As Per Plan.
PN470_04202007_for_2005.PDF470Thin Lift Asphalt Surface Smoothness Requirements4/20/2007
Use this proposal note for all night paving projects where PN 420 cannot be used. PN 420 is limited to minimum of 2 1/4 inches (58 mm) of pavement thickness. Use this note for other than night paving projects where smoothness is required by the District and PN 420 cannot be used. This note can apply to asphalt pavements on projects where the total pavement being constructed is 2 1/4” (58 mm) or less. Projects where this note may not be desired are projects with legal speeds less than 40 mph, projects with numerous intersections, small projects of less than 1 lane mile in length or projects with special nighttime time restrictions and traffic making obtaining smoothness data impractical.  If there are questions on its use or application contact Faour Alfaour - Office of Construction Administration (614-644-6622) Dave Powers - Office of Materials Management (614-275-1387)
PN470_07212006_for_2005.PDF470Thin Lift Asphalt Surface Smoothness Requirements4/20/2007
Use this proposal note for all night paving projects where PN 420 cannot be used. PN 420 is limited to minimum of 2 1/4 inches (58 mm) of pavement thickness. Use this note for other than night paving projects where smoothness is required by the District and PN 420 cannot be used. This note can apply to asphalt pavements on projects where the total pavement being constructed is 2 1/4” (58 mm) or less. Projects where this note may not be desired are projects with legal speeds less than 40 mph, projects with numerous intersections, small projects of less than 1 lane mile in length or projects with special nighttime time restrictions and traffic making obtaining smoothness data impractical.  If there are questions on its use or application contact Faour Alfaour - Office of Construction Administration (614-644-6622) Dave Powers - Office of Materials Management (614-275-1387)
PN511_04152005 for 2005.pdf511Item Special - Patching Concrete Bridge Deck Overlays With Micro-Silica Modified Concrete4/15/2005
Intended for use where spot patching of an existing concrete bridge deck overlay is performed instead of replacing the entire existing overlay. Micro-Silica Modified Concrete is used regardless of the composition of the existing concrete overlay.This repair, as any patch, should be considered a short term fix. This fix is better than the use of cold patch or other asphalt material as the asphalt material gives the salt laden water a location to continue to pond on the concrete and help keep the corrosion process active.Questions regarding this note should be directed to the Office of Structural Engineering at 614-466-3893.
PN512_04152005 for 2005.pdf512Item Special - Patching Concrete Bridge Decks7/20/2007
Intended for use where spot patching of an existing concrete bridge deck is performed instead of placing a new overlay over the entire existing deck. The method of patching must be selected from the note and included on the pay item description. Questions regarding this note should be directed to the Office of Structural Engineering at 614-466-3893.
PN512_07202007 for 2005.PDF512Item Special - Patching Concrete Bridge Decks7/20/2007
Intended for use where spot patching of an existing concrete bridge deck is performed instead of placing a new overlay over the entire existing deck. The method of patching must be selected from the note and included on the pay item description. Questions regarding this note should be directed to the Office of Structural Engineering at 614-466-3893.
PN520_03012006 for 2005.PDF520Fuel Price Adjustment3/1/2006
This note is to be used on all projects that contain any category of work listed in Table A-1 of this proposal note. Questions regarding this note should be directed to the Office of Construction Administration at 614-387-2173.
PN525_080204_for2005.PDF525Steel Price Adjustment8/2/2004
For use on all projects that require steel of the types listed in the note
PN527_04152005 for 2005.pdf527Item 515 - High Early Strength Keyway Grout For Prestressed/Post-Tensioned Concrete Members4/15/2005
Standard Bridge Drawing PSBD-1-93, on sheet 1 of 4, requires that a different mortar be used when traffic (either construction or normal vehicle) will be on the beams within seven days of grout placement or when part-width construction is being used. Reference is made in the drawing to a proposal note for the specifications regarding the mortar to be used under these circumstances. Proposal Note 527 is the note that is referenced and must be included in the contract documents on all projects where the before mentioned standard bridge drawing is used. Questions regarding this note should be directed to the Office of Structural Engineering at 614-466-3893.
PN531_0402_for2005.pdf531Item 511.11 Anti-Washout Admixture For Under Water Concreting/Grouting4/19/2002
This note is only used when concrete is placed directly under water. This note is rarely used. It is not used in conjunction with the construction of drilled shafts. This note should not be automatically used by the designer since the placement of structural concrete under water is only allowed by permission of the Department. This note should only be used after consultation with and approval by the Office of Structural Engineering. Questions regarding this note should be directed to the Office of Structural Engineering at 614-466-3893.
PN621b_for2005.pdf621bSignal Maintenance Personnel Requirements (632, 633)4/16/1996
This note will be included in all signal maintenance plans and other electrical traffic control device maintenance contracts where more than one crew is required to perform work when items 632 or 633 are called out.
PN623_04152005 for 2005.pdf623Providing Electronic Equipment For Construction Layout4/15/2005
The Districts that want this equipment provided to their projects for grade checking and quantity verification should include this note in the contract documents. It is recommended that all large projects include this note. Provide 16 hours of technical assistance in the contract. Normally only one electronic equipment is required. If you have any questions contact Randy Morris at 614-644-6638.
PN651_for2005.pdf651Herbicidal Product Data6/13/2003
Use this note for any projects which include Herbicidal Spraying. Herbicidal Spraying may be listed separately on the General Summary as an Item Special; or it may be included in other items, for example, Item 209 - Linear Grading.
PN860_for2005.pdf860Guaranties And Warranties4/8/1974
This note should be used to extend the completion date for repair of equipment that is supplied under warranty or guarantee. This note is generally used with equipment related items such as 625, 631, 632 and 633. It is not associated with pavement or pavement marking warranties.
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1001_01202006 for 2005.PDF1001Approval and Testing of Air Entraining Agents and Chemical Admixtures for Concrete1/20/2006
10010402for2005.pdf1001Approval and Testing of Air Entraining Agents and Chemical Admixtures for Concrete1/20/2006
1002_10202006_for_2005.PDF1002Microfilm of Shop Drawings10/20/2006
10020402for2005.pdf1002Microfilm of Shop Drawings10/20/2006
10030402for2005.pdf1003High Voltage Direct Current Test Procedure4/19/2002
10040402for2005.pdf1004Method of Test for Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse Aggregates (AASHT0 Method T 27 Modified)4/19/2002
10050702for2005.pdf1005Sieve Analysis for all Materials in 304, 411, 603 Type 1 & 2 , and 6174/12/2002
1006_04152005 for 2005.PDF1006Plastic Limit Determination of Soil- Aggregate Materials for Use in Items 304, 310, 411, and 6174/15/2005
10070402for2005.pdf1007Testing of Agricultural Liming Materials4/19/2002
1008_04152005 for 2005.PDF1008Method of Test for Glass Beads (740.10 and Special Gradations)10/21/2005
1008_10212005 for 2005.PDF1008Method of Test for Glass Beads (740.10 and Special Gradations)10/21/2005
1009_04152005 for 2005.PDF1009Method of Test Weight of Coating on Zinc- Coated (Galvanized) or Aluminum-Coated Iron or Steel Articles4/15/2005
1010_10202006_for_2005.PDF1010Micro-Deval Quality Acceptance of Aggregate10/20/2006
1011073004for2005.pdf1011ODOT Revision to AASHTO/AWS Bridge Welding Code D1.5-957/30/2004
10120402for2005.pdf1012Method of Test for Rubber Compound4/19/2002
1013_04152005 for 2005.PDF1013Methods of Testing Asphalt Emulsions4/15/2005
10130402for2005.pdf1013Methods of Testing Asphalt Emulsions4/15/2005
10140402for2005.pdf1014Methods of Testing Cut-Back Asphalt Emulsions4/19/2002
1015_04152005 for 2005.PDF1015Compaction of Unbound Materials4/21/2006
1015_04212006 for 2005.PDF1015Compaction of Unbound Materials4/21/2006
10160402for2005.pdf1016Method of Test for Loss of Ignition of Top Soil4/19/2002
10170895for2005.pdf1017Method of Test for Clay Lumps in Aggregate8/15/1995
10180402for2005.pdf1018Method of Testing Joint Sealants, Hot-Poured, for Concrete and Asphalt Pavements4/19/2002
10191201for2005.pdf1019Certification Procedure for Corrugated Metal Pipe4/18/2008
10200103for2005.pdf1020Driveable Flexible Delineator Post Prequalification Procedure1/17/2003
10210402for2005.pdf1021Method of Test for Determination of the Percent of Fractured Pieces in Gravel4/19/2002
10221002for2005.pdf1022Certification Procedure for Agricultural Seed7/19/2002
10230402for2005.pdf1023Making and Testing Concrete Beams4/19/2002
10240402for2005.pdf1024Method of Testing - Coarse Aggregates to Determine Susceptibility to D-cracking4/19/2002
10250402for2005.pdf1025Method of Test for Deflection of Light Poles4/19/2002
1026101504for2005.PDF1026Fly Ash Certification Procedure10/15/2004
1027_10202006_for_2005.PDF1027Air Cooled Blast Furnace Slag Material Control and Acceptance Testing for Items 203, 204, 304, 306, 307, 308, 503, 603, 617.10/20/2006
1027011604for2005.pdf1027Air Cooled Blast Furnace Slag Material Control and Acceptance Testing for Items 203, 204, 304, 306, 307, 308, 503, 603, 617.10/20/2006
10280402for2005.pdf1028Cement Certification Procedure10/15/2004
1028101504for2005.PDF1028Cement Certification Procedure10/15/2004
10290402for2005.pdf1029Method of Test for Determining the Percentage of Deleterious Materials in Coarse Aggregate4/19/2002
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