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June 15, 2018 Letting 10:00 AM
095-78632

Bulletin Description

Replacement of outdated guardrail end sections throughout District 9.
Region District DBE % VBP % Federal Project #
5 9 0.00 0.00 HSIP39D6(751)
County(s) Key Route(s) Marked Route(s) Section(s) State Job #(s) PPS #(s)
  • Various
  • VARIOUS
  • D9 GUARDRAIL END SECT FY18-1
  • C-99-035-18
  • 0-00813-9001
Contract Specifics
110 Working Days
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Ask Subscribe Questions and Answers (14 Submitted / 13 Answered ) Questions not accepted as of June 05, 2018 04:30 PM.

  • Tangent Terminals – MASH Approved: IDOT response to previous question suggests that only MASH approved terminals will be allowed. Q1) Please advise which terminal will be available to substitute for a Traffic Barrier Terminal Type 1 SPL – FLARE as the current QPL for TBT 1 SPL does not list a MASH approved FLARE system. Q2) Will IDOT issue an Addendum stating only the MASH tangent terminal will be allowed on this project so it is clear to all bidders?
    Effective for contracts let after June 30, 2018, Guardrail Barrier Terminal, Type 1 (Special) Tangent will be required to comply with MASH testing criteria. (Devices that are currently approved for use as meeting the NCHRP 350 testing criteria will no longer be allowed on contracts let after June 30, 2018.) Devices that comply with the NCHRP 350 testing criteria will continue to be allowed on all active contracts let on or before June 30, 2018. The Qualified Product List for Traffic Barrier Terminal, Type 1 (Special) will be revised effective July 1, 2018 to reflect this change. (06/07/2018)

  • AISC Strong and Weak Posts: Q1) Please advise what the minimum requirements are for fabricators to fabricate a safety device attached to a structure?
    The fabrication requirements for these items are specified in Section 630 of the Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction. (06/07/2018)

  • HMA: Illinois 146 Johnson County Station 578+94, and Old US 51 in Pulaski County: Will it be acceptable to drive the guardrail posts through the existing HMA shoulder in lieu of coring holes in the shoulder prior to driving the posts? At one location this would match the existing guardrail installation. Traffic Control 701206-04: Please advise which location(s) will require Traffic Control Standard 701206.
    Construction requirements shall be according to Article 630.06 of the Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction. Standard 701206 should be applied during guardrail operations which require overnight lane closures, specifically the location at structure 033-0004 in Hamilton county. (06/07/2018)

  • Non-Block Guardrail: Please confirm that it is the intent to install ‘Non-Block Guardrail utilizing steel posts as depicted in IDOT Standard 630006 except a curved guardrail panel will form the curve. Plan sheet 20 of 20 illustrates ‘Short Radius’ Guardrail detail which utilizes wood posts and has a Traf Bar Term Type 2 INCIDENTAL to length of the Short Radius system. This detail is confusing because it suggests Non-Block Guardrail pay limits while it is clearly Short Radius.
    The detail shown on Sheet 20 of the plans is correct. The intent is to install non-block guardrail to form the curve and pay for the type 2 terminal on the end. (05/31/2018)

  • Concrete Removal: Special Provision page 3 ‘Concrete Bridge Rail Removal’ and page 4 ‘Concrete Removal’ appear to either be competing with each other for separate pay items or need to be joined together. Please clarify the intent of these two specifications.
    Concrete Bridge Rail Removal specifies the contractor to remove only one side of the rail at a time and that the lane must remain closed until the new guardrail is installed. Concrete Removal specifies that saw cuts for the concrete removal are included in the cost of the concrete removal. (05/31/2018)

  • Concrete Removal: Special Provision page 3 ‘Concrete Bridge Rail Removal’ and page 4 ‘Concrete Removal’ appear to either be competing with each other for separate pay items or need to be joined together. Please clarify the intent of these two specifications.
    Concrete Bridge Rail Removal specifies the contractor to remove only one side of the rail at a time and that the lane must remain closed until the new guardrail is installed. Concrete Removal specifies that saw cuts for the concrete removal are included in the cost of the concrete removal. (05/31/2018)

  • Misc: Please provide a more specific location for the guardrail runs on US-51 (Union County): 11.9 Miles S Union/Jackson County NEQ 13.6 Miles S. Union/Jackson County NWQ
    An addendum is forthcoming on this issue. Plan sheets 10 and 18 will be revised (05/31/2018)

  • Non-Block Guardrail: Please confirm that it is the intent to install ‘Non-Block Guardrail utilizing steel posts as depicted in IDOT Standard 630006 except a curved guardrail panel will form the curve. Plan sheet 20 of 20 illustrates ‘Short Radius’ Guardrail detail which utilizes wood posts and has a Traf Bar Term Type 2 INCIDENTAL to length of the Short Radius system. This detail is confusing because it suggests Non-Block Guardrail pay limits while it is clearly Short Radius.
    The detail shown on Sheet 20 of the plans is correct. The intent is to install non-block guardrail to form the curve and pay for the type 2 terminal on the end. (05/31/2018)

  • Misc: Q1) Please confirm the location of the work identified as 039-7093 on plan sheet 7. Q2) Please review scope as compared to schedule of quantities vs site conditions. Structure 076-0022 as noted on plan sheet 8. Q3) Please confirm the structure number of the guardrail on IL 146, 4.3 miles east of Johnson-Union County line. Plan sheet 8.
    A1) Map shown on plan sheet 15. This location (SN 039-7093) matches district structure map. A2) An addendum is forthcoming on this issue. SN 076-0022 is the wrong structure number. There is no structure associated with the guardrail location. A3) This is a railroad structure. The railroad structure number is 044-9901. (05/31/2018)

  • Please provide a more specific location for the guardrail runs on US-51 (Union County) as noted on plan sheet 10: 11.9 Miles S Union/Jackson County NEQ and 13.6 Miles S. Union/Jackson County NWQ. Tangent Terminals: Please confirm that the tangent terminals for this letting need only to comply with IDOT’s current Qualified Product List which are certified under NCHRP 350.
    Regarding Guardrail Runs: An addendum is forthcoming on this issue. Plan sheets 10 and 18 will be revised. Regarding Tangent Terminals: The Qualified Products List will be revised effective July 1, 2018 to reflect that only MASH approved guardrail barrier terminals will be allowed for the Type 1 (Special). This deadline has been established with the FHWA and as such NCHRP approved devices will not be allowed to be installed after June 30, 2018. (05/31/2018)

  • AISC: Weak / Strong Post Guardrail: Will the posts for this item need to be fabricated by an AISC CERTIFIED shop as per Article 106.08 of the Standard Specifications ‘Certification of Metal Fabricators’?
    No, AISC certification is not required for fabrication of these posts. (05/25/2018)

  • AISC: Weak / Strong Post Guardrail: Will the posts for this item need to be fabricated by an AISC CERTIFIED shop as per Article 106.08 of the Standard Specifications ‘Certification of Metal Fabricators’?
    No, AISC certification is not required for fabrication of these posts. (05/25/2018)

  • Tangent Terminals: Please advise if the tangent terminals will be required to be MASH approved or continue to use the system(s) that are approved under NCHRP 350.
    The Qualified Products List will be revised effective July 1, 2018 to reflect that only MASH approved guardrail barrier terminals will be allowed for the Type 1 (Special). This deadline has been established with the FHWA and as such NCHRP approved devices will not be allowed to be installed after June 30, 2018. (05/25/2018)

Authorized Bidders

  • 4055 Midwest Fence Corporation
    900 N Kedzie Ave
    Chicago, IL 60651
    Phone: (773) 722-6616 Fax: (773) 722-6626 Email: No Record
    $1,092,258.00

  • 1112 Clevenger Contractors, Inc.
    355 Naples Road
    Bluffs, IL 62621
    PO Box 19
    Bluffs, IL 62621
    Phone: (217) 754-3411 Fax: (217) 754-3537 Email: clever@irtc.net

  • 1163 Collins & Hermann, Inc.
    1215 Dunn Road
    St. Louis, MO 63138
    Phone: (314) 869-8000 Fax: (314) 869-8498 Email: msedelkova@collinsandhermann.com
    $1,398,212.94

Non Bidders

  • 5550 E. T. Simonds Construction Company
    1500 N Oakland Ave
    PO Box 2107
    Carbondale, IL 62902
    PO Box 2107
    Carbondale, IL 62902
    Phone: (618) 457-8191 Fax: (618) 549-0131 Email: mrodewald@etsimonds.com

Pay Item # UOM Description Type Quantity Unit Price
20400800 CU YD FURNISHED EXCAVATION Base items 987.000
25000200 ACRE SEEDING, CLASS 2 Base items 1.700
25000350 ACRE SEEDING, CLASS 7 Base items 1.700
25000400 POUND NITROGEN FERTILIZER NUTRIENT Base items 310.000
25000500 POUND PHOSPHORUS FERTILIZER NUTRIENT Base items 155.000
25000600 POUND POTASSIUM FERTILIZER NUTRIENT Base items 155.000
25000700 TON AGRICULTURAL GROUND LIMESTONE Base items 3.000
25100115 ACRE MULCH, METHOD 2 Base items 3.400
28000250 POUND TEMPORARY EROSION CONTROL SEEDING Base items 172.000
28000400 FOOT PERIMETER EROSION BARRIER Base items 5,712.000
28000500 EACH INLET AND PIPE PROTECTION Base items 12.000
50102400 CU YD CONCRETE REMOVAL Base items 1.100
54262715 EACH METAL FLARED END SECTIONS 15" Base items 1.000
54262718 EACH METAL FLARED END SECTIONS 18" Base items 1.000
54262724 EACH METAL FLARED END SECTIONS 24" Base items 17.000
54262727 EACH METAL FLARED END SECTIONS 27" Base items 1.000
542D0220 FOOT PIPE CULVERTS, CLASS D, TYPE 1 15" Base items 60.000
542D0223 FOOT PIPE CULVERTS, CLASS D, TYPE 1 18" Base items 60.000
542D0229 FOOT PIPE CULVERTS, CLASS D, TYPE 1 24" Base items 732.000
542D0232 FOOT PIPE CULVERTS, CLASS D, TYPE 1 27" Base items 50.000
60600605 FOOT CONCRETE CURB, TYPE B Base items 188.000
63000003 FOOT STEEL PLATE BEAM GUARDRAIL, TYPE A, 9 FOOT POSTS Base items 10,550.000
63000019 FOOT NON-BLOCKED STEEL PLATE BEAM GUARDRAIL Base items 163.000
63000030 FOOT STRONG POST GUARDRAIL ATTACHED TO CULVERT Base items 50.000
63000050 FOOT WEAK POST GUARDRAIL ATTACHED TO CULVERT CASE I Base items 812.000
63000350 FOOT LONG-SPAN GUARDRAIL OVER CULVERT, 12 FT 6 IN SPAN Base items 150.000
63100045 EACH TRAFFIC BARRIER TERMINAL, TYPE 2 Base items 4.000
63100087 EACH TRAFFIC BARRIER TERMINAL, TYPE 6A Base items 12.000
63100167 EACH TRAFFIC BARRIER TERMINAL, TYPE 1 (SPECIAL) TANGENT Base items 117.000
63100169 EACH TRAFFIC BARRIER TERMINAL, TYPE 1 (SPECIAL) FLARED Base items 1.000
63200310 FOOT GUARDRAIL REMOVAL Base items 12,725.000
67100100 L SUM MOBILIZATION Base items 1.000
70100310 L SUM TRAFFIC CONTROL AND PROTECTION, STANDARD 701421 Base items 1.000
70100450 L SUM TRAFFIC CONTROL AND PROTECTION, STANDARD 701201 Base items 1.000
70100455 L SUM TRAFFIC CONTROL AND PROTECTION, STANDARD 701206 Base items 1.000
72501000 EACH TERMINAL MARKER - DIRECT APPLIED Base items 118.000
78200005 EACH GUARDRAIL REFLECTORS, TYPE A Base items 275.000
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