Caltrans Project No. 08-1C0604 Federal Aid No. ACIM-010-3(109)E
Project Name: CONSTRUCTION ON STATE HIGHWAY IN RIVERSIDE
COUNTY FROM 0.1 MILE WEST OF MONTEREY AVENUE OVERCROSSING TO 0.6 MILE WEST OF
JEFFERSON STREET OVERCROSSING.
Project Description: COLD PLANE AND OVERLAY RUBBERIZED HOT MIX ASPHALT (TYPE G)
DBE goal 15%
Project Location: District-County-Route-Post Mile: 08-Riv-10-44.4/51.7
BID DATE: Thursday, October 19, 2017
Complete the work within 165 working days.
This request includes the following but not limited to:
|Lead Compliance Plan, Time-Related Overhead (Ls), Construction Area Signs, Retroreflective Sheeting (Type Xi), Traffic Control System, Type Ii Barricade, Temporary Traffic Stripe (Paint), Temporary Pavement Marker, Portable Changeable Message Sign (Ea), Job Site Management, Prepare Water Pollution Control Program, Temporary Fiber Roll, Temporary Concrete Washout, Treated Wood Waste, Remove Concrete (Miscellaneous) (Cy), Temporary High-Visibility Fence, Roadway Excavation, Rock Blanket, Prepaving Inertial Profiler, Prepaving Grinding Day, Replace Asphalt Concrete Surfacing, Hot Mix Asphalt (Type A), Rubberized Hot Mix Asphalt (Gap Graded), Data Core, Place Hot Mix Asphalt Dike (Type E), Place Hot Mix Asphalt Dike (Type F), Tack Coat, Remove Asphalt Concrete Dike, Cold Plane Asphalt Concrete Pavement, Remove Pedestrian Barricade, Detectable Warning Surface, Minor Concrete (Curb, Sidewalk And Curb Ramp), Remove Concrete (Curb, Gutter, And Sidewalk) (Cy), Survey Monument (Type D), Guard Railing Delineator, Pavement Marker (Retroreflective), Furnish Single Sheet Aluminum Sign (0.080"-Unframed), Install Sign (Strap And Saddle Bracket Method), Midwest Guardrail System (Wood Post), Midwest Guardrail System (7' Post), End Cap (Type A), End Anchor Assembly (Type Sft), Alternative Flared Terminal System, Remove Guardrail, Thermoplastic Traffic Stripe (Enhanced Wet Night Visibility), Thermoplastic Pavement Marking (Enhanced Wet Night Visibility), 12" Rumble Strip (Asphalt Concrete Pavement), Maintaining Existing Traffic Management System Elements During Construction, Modifying Existing Electrical System, Mobilization