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June 11, 2021 Letting 12:00 PM
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Bulletin Description

Resurfacing, shoulder rumble strips, guardrail, traffic barrier terminals and pavement markings on CH 37 from north of Northtown Road to CH 12 in Hudson.
Region District DBE % VBP % Federal Project #
3 5 2.00 0.00 236S(023)
County(s) Key Route(s) Marked Route(s) Section(s) State Job #(s) PPS #(s)
  • McLean
  • FAS 480
  • CH 37
  • 19-00159-02-RS
  • C-95-001-22
  • 0-00106-5001
  • 5-10496-0000
Contract Specifics
40 Working Days
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Ask Subscribe Questions and Answers (6 Submitted / 6 Answered ) Questions not accepted as of June 01, 2021 04:30 PM.

  • Please clarify the extent of the HMA coring: 100% of the guardrail at SN 057-4719 will be positioned in the new widening which will require coring per 630201(not noted on plan sheet 2), and 100% of the guardrail located existing box culvert, Station 118+00, will be driven into an aggregate shoulder. Is this what you mean with your previous response? It sure would have been helpful if specific details were provided for each location so all could see plainly what is needed.
    The referenced standard was not added in the plans since we were intending to have the guardrail posts driven through the new HMA shoulders at this location. The bridge (Str. 057-4719) is the only location that the guardrail will be installed directed through the new HMA shoulders. The remaining guardrail will be installed in aggregate shoulders. (05/24/2021)

  • The Paving Schedule on plan sheet 2 suggests that the widening is only 2 ¾” total thickness. Is coring even necessary with a HMA shoulder thickness of 3” or less? Does this need to be cored or will IDOTY allow the posts be driven through the HMA surface without coring?
    The overall thickness of the shoulder will be 6.75” with the HMA Binder & Surface Courses being installed over the 4” HMA Widening. However, it was our intent to have the posts driven through the new HMA shoulders at Structure 057-4719. (05/24/2021)

  • Is it intended for the SPBGR TYPE A to be installed per Local Roads Standard BLR26-3 or Midwest Guardrail Standard 630001-12?
    Standard 630001-12. An addendum will be issued to add the Standard to sheet 2. (05/12/2021)

  • How is the auguering of shoulders to be achieved for the Type 5R's as the spacing of the posts won't leave much of the widened shoulders left after augering.
    The preferred method would be to drive the post through the widened shoulders. If an auger is used, maintaining the shoulder shall be the responsibility of the contractor. (05/11/2021)

  • Will all guardrail for all pay items be going through the newly widened shoulders? The cross section provided do not make it clear.
    Only the guardrail at existing Bridge (STR#057-4719) will be going through new widened shoulders. (05/11/2021)

  • How will the anchor bolts for the new type 5R's be required to be set as they are connecting to an existing structure with anchor bolts already installed
    Existing anchor bolts shall be used. (05/11/2021)

Authorized Bidders

  • 5183 Rowe Construction, a div of UCM, Inc.
    1523 North Cottage Street
    Bloomington, IL 61701
    P.O. Box 609
    Bloomington, IL 61702
    Phone: (309) 827-0091 Fax: (309) 829-0331 Email: Rowe@ucm.biz
    $2,045,287.48

  • 1690 H. J. Eppel & Co.
    1400 Tuesburg Court
    Pontiac, IL 61764
    Phone: (815) 844-7269 Fax: (815) 844-5359 Email: hjeco@eppel.com

Non Bidders

  • No requests received
Pay Item # UOM Description Type Quantity Unit Price
20200500 CU YD EARTH EXCAVATION (WIDENING) Base items 2,527.000
35600650 SQ YD HOT-MIX ASPHALT BASE COURSE WIDENING, 4" Base items 15,163.000
40600290 POUND BITUMINOUS MATERIALS (TACK COAT) Base items 47,000.000
40600990 SQ YD TEMPORARY RAMP Base items 245.000
40602965 TON HOT-MIX ASPHALT BINDER COURSE, IL-9.5FG, N50 Base items 4,975.000
40604050 TON HOT-MIX ASPHALT SURFACE COURSE, IL-9.5, MIX "C", N50 Base items 6,400.000
40800029 POUND BITUMINOUS MATERIALS (TACK COAT) Base items 2,480.000
40800050 TON INCIDENTAL HOT-MIX ASPHALT SURFACING Base items 500.000
42400100 SQ FT PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE SIDEWALK 4 INCH Base items 620.000
42400800 SQ FT DETECTABLE WARNINGS Base items 48.000
44000157 SQ YD HOT-MIX ASPHALT SURFACE REMOVAL, 2" Base items 59,528.000
44000600 SQ FT SIDEWALK REMOVAL Base items 453.000
48102100 TON AGGREGATE WEDGE SHOULDER, TYPE B Base items 160.000
56109210 EACH WATER VALVES TO BE ADJUSTED Base items 9.000
63000001 FOOT STEEL PLATE BEAM GUARDRAIL, TYPE A, 6 FOOT POSTS Base items 1,042.000
63100080 EACH TRAFFIC BARRIER TERMINAL, TYPE 5R Base items 4.000
63100167 EACH TRAFFIC BARRIER TERMINAL, TYPE 1 (SPECIAL) TANGENT Base items 4.000
64200108 FOOT SHOULDER RUMBLE STRIPS, 8 INCH Base items 35,450.000
67100100 L SUM MOBILIZATION Base items 1.000
78001110 FOOT PAINT PAVEMENT MARKING - LINE 4" Base items 36,145.000
78100100 EACH RAISED REFLECTIVE PAVEMENT MARKER Base items 269.000
LR631020 EACH TRAFFIC BARRIER TERMINAL, TYPE 1 Base items 4.000
X4401198 SQ YD HOT-MIX ASPHALT SURFACE REMOVAL, VARIABLE DEPTH Base items 5,877.000
X7010216 L SUM TRAFFIC CONTROL AND PROTECTION, (SPECIAL) Base items 1.000
Z0033700 FOOT LONGITUDINAL JOINT SEALANT Base items 20,694.000
Z0055300 EACH RUMBLE STRIP Base items 2.000
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