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April 24, 2020 Letting 12:00 PM
001-60Y00

Bulletin Description

Construction of the Intelligent Transportation System infrastructure including a new Comm. Hut, LED lighting for U/P expwys, retrofit of existing HMLTs with LED, and fiber optic cables for the Jane Byrne interchange corridor along I-90/94/290.
Region District DBE % VBP % Federal Project #
1 1 6.00 0.00 NHPPUPN7(071)
County(s) Key Route(s) Marked Route(s) Section(s) State Job #(s) PPS #(s)
  • Cook
  • FAI 90
  • FAI 94
  • FAI 290
  • I-90/94/290
  • 2014-009L
  • C-91-280-14
  • 1-78691-1650
Contract Specifics
Completion Date: November 30, 2022 Plus 10 Working Days
Previously advertised on March 06, 2020 (Item 138).
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Ask Subscribe Questions and Answers (14 Submitted / 13 Answered ) Questions not accepted as of April 14, 2020 04:30 PM.

  • Drawing ITS-03 states to maintain Existing Pump Station #29. Please clarify where we will get paid for this maintenance.
    This item includes maintenance of ITS infrastructure in the pump station. General Note #2 on ITS-01 states ITS infrastructure and ITS operation labeled to be maintained shall be paid under the MAINTAINING ITS DURING CONSTRUCTION pay item. (04/16/2020)

  • What encompasses the “terminate in cabinet” count of (792)? The description states a termination shall consist of splicing a single strand to an optical pigtail. Is it also landing the pre-term connectors? If so, how was the quantity of (792) reached?
    Communication Equipment Schematic sheets show incoming fiber cables to be terminated at a pre-term module but the contractor may determine due to staging and constructability limitations that the fiber be field terminated. Payment for landing pre-terminated fiber is not included in the cost of TERMINATE FIBER IN CABINET and would be included in the cost of the fiber cable. The contract includes a quantity of 792 for TERMINATE FIBER IN CABINET to perform this work if necessary and as approved by the Engineer, which includes 144 terminations at the I-55 Comm Hut, 624 (2-144F, 3-96F, 4-12F) terminations at the Halsted Comm Hut, 12 terminations at Cabinet Z6 and 12 terminations at Cabinet Z8. (04/16/2020)

  • Will rolling lane closures be allowed during daytime hours to allow for maintenance operations?
    The Keeping the Expressway Open to Traffic Special Provision identifies allowable impacts to roadway and ramp lanes and shoulders. (04/16/2020)

  • It is unreasonable to expect all lighting and MOT systems to be maintained by the 60Y00 contractor can be inspected with IDOT to find existing damage that may require repair. Underground wiring, grounding, existing splices, etc... cannot reasonably be inspected during maintenance transfer. Will the 60Y00 contractor be compensated for outages caused by unforeseen equipment damage that was existsing at time of transfer?
    Due to the amount of controllers affected by Contract 60Y00 and other contracts ongoing simultaneously at the time of the 60Y00 Contract, it may be difficult to identify all the existing systems that may require repair at the time of maintenance transfer. The Contractor shall work with IDOT Construction for outages caused by unforeseen equipment damage that was existing at the time of transfer. IDOT Construction will be the sole source for identifying and determining; which outages are caused by the 60Y00 Contactor and which outages are caused by existing damage caused by unforeseen damage at the time of maintenance transfer. (04/16/2020)

  • How will it be determined if temporary traffic surveillance/vehicle detection will be required?
    Prior coordination with IDOT has determined that 60Y00 is to install three temporary roadside detectors as shown in the plans. (04/16/2020)

  • If lane closures are not allowed due to conflicts with adjacent contracts that the 60Y00 contractor cannot control, will additional time and compensation for delay be added to the contract (idle time, additional home office overhead, etc...)?
    The contractor is expected to actively coordinate improvements that require lane closures with IDOT-Traffic and other contractors. There may be opportunities to utilize closures by other contractors. There are no specific requirements to start or complete any individual project component at a given time. (04/16/2020)

  • Are workzones and staging dependent on adjacent contracts MOT?
    The suggested staging identified on the Plans references the suggested staging by others that will also be available under Contract 60Y00 as shown. The mainline I-90/94 reconstruction contractors will generally receive precedence for lane closures. (04/16/2020)

  • Chain Link Fence 8’ The plans do not have a detail on the Chain Link Fence 8’, nor is the IDOT Chain Link Fence Standard listed in the applicable highway standards or District 1 Standards. Please provide a special provision and/or detail of the fence to help understand what type of perimeter fence is intended.
    The chain link fence shall be in accordance with the IDOT Standard Specifications Section 664 Chain Link Fence. (04/16/2020)

  • Remove Temporary Wood Pole (X0322141) spec on page 198 states that the removal "shall also include removal of all wiring and connections back to the associated lighting controller..." Please clarify if the existing aerial cables on these wood poles are to be removed and paid for via this pay item (X0322141) or via pay item X8951011 (Remove Aerial Cable).
    "Associated apparatus and connections" may include but is not limited to coiled cable, attached conduit, and attached junction boxes. Aerial cable spanning between temporary wood poles shall be paid for under REMOVE AERIAL CABLE. (04/16/2020)

  • On the 60Y00 Staging narrative, it says to terminate the 12SM from KE-OG equipment cabinet at Cab Z8, on ITS-78 it shows it being a pre-term cable, is that supposed to be a 12ct pigtail, rather are all the 12smf laterals pre-term on (1) side?
    All 12 fiber laterals are intended to be preterminated on one end, and pigtail terminated on the opposite end. The preterminated end shall be located at the far-end site and pigtails shall be used to terminate at the congregation site. Example being KE-0G (far-end site) shall be preterminated and Cabinet Z8 (congregation point) would be pigtail terminated. (04/14/2020)

  • When it says to re-route cables for the new hut, are we supposed to include those as “terminate in cabinet” being that those are re-routes are in a Comm Hut and not in a cabinet?
    Re-route of existing equipment and cables from the existing hut to the new hut shall be included in the cost of ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION COMMUNICATIONS NODE as outlined in the "Cutover Work" section of the specification. New cables to be terminated in the new hut are included in TERMINATE FIBER IN CABINET. (04/14/2020)

  • FIBER OPTIC SPLICE – MAINLINE – Quantity (2) – On Sheet ITS-50, there is (1) near Y27 in a handhole and (1) near 16th Street in a junction box, On sheet ITS-51 there is (1) near G5 in junction box. That is a total of (3), please advise.
    The mainline fiber optic splice at 16th Street is installed under contract 60X93 and modified in contract 62A76. It is shown on ITS-50 for reference only. The two mainline splice points to be installed under contract 60Y00 are near Y27 and G5. (04/14/2020)

  • FIBER OPTIC SPLICE – LATERAL – Quantity (8) – On the 60Y00 Staging narrative, it reference’s (12) lateral splices – CAM-IK-OG, D1, Z2, DMS09, C6, Z7, Z8, Z11, Y15, Y19,Y23, Y27, please advise.
    The FIBER OPTIC SPLICE – LATERAL quantity includes eight (8) splices at Cabinets D1, Z2, Z7, Z8, Z11, Y15, Y19, and Y23. Camera IK-0G is terminated in Cabinet Z8. DMS-09 lateral splice is included in contract 62A76. Cabinet C6 fiber is terminated in Cabinet C3 under contract 62A76. Cabinet Y27 fiber to be spliced with the mainline splice enclosure noted in the above question #1. (04/14/2020)

Authorized Bidders

  • 3948 Meade Inc.
    9550 W. 55th Street
    Suite A
    McCook, IL 60525
    Phone: (708) 588-2500 Fax: (708) 588-2501 Email: infraestimating@meade100.com
    $2,709,902.86

  • 0080 Aldridge Electric, Inc.
    844 E. Rockland Rd.
    Libertyville, IL 60048
    Phone: (847) 680-5200 Fax: (847) 680-5233 Email: ggiovannetti@aldridgegroup.com
    $3,256,448.35

  • 2550 H & H ELECTRIC CO.
    2830 Commerce Street
    Franklin Park, IL 60131
    Phone: (708) 878-2445 Fax: (708) 453-2851 Email: louie.veneziano@hh-electric.com

  • 2475 Hecker and Company, Inc.
    250 Industrial Lane
    Wheeling, IL 60090
    Phone: (847) 459-9222 Fax: (847) 459-9250 Email: dan@heckerco.com
    $3,432,953.45

  • 2657 Home Towne Electric, Inc.
    35220 Rt 83
    Lake Villa, IL 60046
    P.O. Box 863
    Lake Villa, IL 60046
    Phone: (847) 223-2800 Fax: (847) 223-7577 Email: No Record

  • 0733 John Burns Construction Company
    17601 Southwest Highway
    Orland Park, IL 60467
    Phone: (708) 326-3406 Fax: (708) 326-3499 Email: arenteria@jbcco.com

Non Bidders

  • 3382 Laser Electric, Inc.
    3611 S.W. Adams St.
    Peoria, IL 61605
    PO Box 5008
    Peoria, IL 61601
    Phone: (309) 693-2400 Fax: (309) 676-7732 Email: jason@laserelectricinc.com

Pay Item # UOM Description Type Quantity Unit Price
X0320023 EACH CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION DOME CAMERA, HD Base items 8.000
X0320024 EACH ETHERNET MANAGE SWITCH Base items 4.000
X0322141 EACH REMOVE TEMPORARY WOOD POLE Base items 30.000
X0323904 L SUM ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION COMMUNICATIONS NODE Base items 1.000
X0324599 FOOT ROD AND CLEAN EXISTING CONDUIT Base items 600.000
X0325040 FOOT FIBER OPTIC INNERDUCT 1 1/4" DIA. Base items 22,353.000
X0326094 EACH RELOCATE EXISTING ITS CONTROLLER CABINET Base items 1.000
X0326461 EACH CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION EQUIPMENT, FIBER OPTIC DISTRIBUTION Base items 8.000
X0326760 EACH REMOVE EXISTING LIGHTING CONTROLLER AND SALVAGE Base items 5.000
X0327117 L SUM ATMS SYSTEM INTEGRATION Base items 1.000
X0327349 EACH TEMPORARY WOOD POLE, 40 FT., CLASS 4 Base items 3.000
X0327561 L SUM BUDGETARY ALLOWANCE FOR CCTV INTEGRATION Base items 1.000
X0327566 EACH ROADSIDE DETECTOR Base items 3.000
X0327606 EACH FIBER OPTIC SPLICE-LATERAL Base items 8.000
X0327607 EACH FIBER OPTIC SPLICE-MAINLINE Base items 2.000
X0327616 CAL MO MAINTAINING ITS DURING CONSTRUCTION Base items 28.000
X0327758 FOOT RELOCATE EXISTING CONDUIT AND CABLES Base items 608.000
X1400012 FOOT REMOVE AND REINSTALL FIBER OPTIC CABLE IN CONDUIT Base items 340.000
X1400174 L SUM REMOVE AND REINSTALL EXISTING CCTV CAMERA AND EQUIPMENT Base items 1.000
X1400217 EACH TERMINATE FIBER IN CABINET Base items 792.000
X1400240 FOOT FIBER OPTIC CABLE IN CONDUIT, 96 FIBERS, SINGLE MODE Base items 4,120.000
X1400305 EACH FIBER OPTIC PATCH PANEL, 144 PORT, RACK MOUNT Base items 1.000
X1400402 EACH LIGHTING CONTROLLER, BASE MOUNTED, 480VOLT, 200AMP (DUAL), RADIO SCADA, FIBER OPTIC Base items 5.000
X7011015 L SUM TRAFFIC CONTROL AND PROTECTION (EXPRESSWAYS) Base items 1.000
X8130115 EACH DRILL EXISTING JUNCTION BOX Base items 14.000
X8710036 FOOT FIBER OPTIC CABLE 12 FIBERS, SINGLE MODE Base items 1,224.000
X8710039 FOOT FIBER OPTIC CABLE 144 FIBERS, SINGLE MODE Base items 17,059.000
X8730246 FOOT ELECTRIC CABLE IN CONDUIT, NO. 19 25 PAIR Base items 3,699.000
X8950425 L SUM REMOVE EXISTING TRAFFIC SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT Base items 1.000
X8950510 FOOT REMOVE FIBER OPTIC CABLE FROM CONDUIT Base items 9,090.000
X8951011 FOOT REMOVE AERIAL CABLE Base items 14,468.000
Z0007120 SQ YD WELDED WIRE FABRIC 6X6 Base items 89.000
Z0007601 L SUM BUILDING REMOVAL NO. 1 Base items 1.000
Z0013798 L SUM CONSTRUCTION LAYOUT Base items 1.000
Z0019600 UNIT DUST CONTROL WATERING Base items 10.000
Z0033028 CAL MO MAINTENANCE OF LIGHTING SYSTEM Base items 28.000
Z0033039 EACH DISCONNECT AND RECONNECT ELECTRIC SERVICE Base items 5.000
Z0048665 L SUM RAILROAD PROTECTIVE LIABILITY INSURANCE Base items 1.000
Z0076600 HOUR TRAINEES Base items 1,000.000 $0.80
Z0076604 HOUR TRAINEES TRAINING PROGRAM GRADUATE Base items 1,000.000 $15.00
20200100 CU YD EARTH EXCAVATION Base items 85.000
20201200 CU YD REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL OF UNSUITABLE MATERIAL Base items 80.000
21101615 SQ YD TOPSOIL FURNISH AND PLACE, 4" Base items 515.000
25000210 ACRE SEEDING, CLASS 2A Base items 0.250
25000400 POUND NITROGEN FERTILIZER NUTRIENT Base items 10.000
25000600 POUND POTASSIUM FERTILIZER NUTRIENT Base items 10.000
25100115 ACRE MULCH, METHOD 2 Base items 0.250
25100630 SQ YD EROSION CONTROL BLANKET Base items 515.000
28000250 POUND TEMPORARY EROSION CONTROL SEEDING Base items 54.000
28000400 FOOT PERIMETER EROSION BARRIER Base items 229.000
28000510 EACH INLET FILTERS Base items 2.000
30300112 SQ YD AGGREGATE SUBGRADE IMPROVEMENT 12" Base items 103.000
31100300 SQ YD SUBBASE GRANULAR MATERIAL, TYPE A 4" Base items 89.000
35501311 SQ YD HOT-MIX ASPHALT BASE COURSE, 6 3/4" Base items 103.000
40600290 POUND BITUMINOUS MATERIALS (TACK COAT) Base items 70.000
40604060 TON HOT-MIX ASPHALT SURFACE COURSE, IL-9.5, MIX "D", N50 Base items 12.000
42000100 SQ YD PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT 6" Base items 89.000
60250200 EACH CATCH BASINS TO BE ADJUSTED Base items 1.000
66400505 FOOT CHAIN LINK FENCE, 8' Base items 101.000
66409400 EACH CHAIN LINK GATES, 8' X 12' DOUBLE Base items 1.000
66900200 CU YD NON-SPECIAL WASTE DISPOSAL Base items 90.000
66900530 EACH SOIL DISPOSAL ANALYSIS Base items 1.000
66901001 LSUM REGULATED SUBSTANCES PRE-CONSTRUCTION PLAN Base items 1.000
66901003 LSUM REGULATED SUBSTANCES FINAL CONSTRUCTION REPORT Base items 1.000
66901006 CAL DA REGULATED SUBSTANCES MONITORING Base items 100.000
67100100 L SUM MOBILIZATION Base items 1.000
70107025 CAL DA CHANGEABLE MESSAGE SIGN Base items 100.000
81028170 FOOT UNDERGROUND CONDUIT, GALVANIZED STEEL, 1" DIA. Base items 5.000
81028200 FOOT UNDERGROUND CONDUIT, GALVANIZED STEEL, 2" DIA. Base items 180.000
81028240 FOOT UNDERGROUND CONDUIT, GALVANIZED STEEL, 4" DIA. Base items 415.000
81028350 FOOT UNDERGROUND CONDUIT, PVC, 2" DIA. Base items 55.000
81028370 FOOT UNDERGROUND CONDUIT, PVC, 3" DIA. Base items 55.000
81100320 FOOT CONDUIT ATTACHED TO STRUCTURE, 1" DIA., PVC COATED GALVANIZED STEEL Base items 4,294.000
81300220 EACH JUNCTION BOX, STAINLESS STEEL, ATTACHED TO STRUCTURE, 6" X 6" X 4" Base items 30.000
81300530 EACH JUNCTION BOX, STAINLESS STEEL, ATTACHED TO STRUCTURE, 12" X 10" X 6" Base items 51.000
81400200 EACH HEAVY-DUTY HANDHOLE Base items 1.000
81400300 EACH DOUBLE HANDHOLE Base items 1.000
81702110 FOOT ELECTRIC CABLE IN CONDUIT, 600V (XLP-TYPE USE) 1/C NO. 10 Base items 18,079.000
81702120 FOOT ELECTRIC CABLE IN CONDUIT, 600V (XLP-TYPE USE) 1/C NO. 8 Base items 653.000
81702130 FOOT ELECTRIC CABLE IN CONDUIT, 600V (XLP-TYPE USE) 1/C NO. 6 Base items 1,305.000
81702140 FOOT ELECTRIC CABLE IN CONDUIT, 600V (XLP-TYPE USE) 1/C NO. 4 Base items 105.000
81702160 FOOT ELECTRIC CABLE IN CONDUIT, 600V (XLP-TYPE USE) 1/C NO. 1/0 Base items 315.000
82110007 EACH LUMINAIRE, LED, ROADWAY, OUTPUT DESIGNATION G Base items 39.000
82110016 EACH LUMINAIRE, LED, HIGHMAST, OUTPUT DESIGNATION I Base items 89.000
82110021 EACH LUMINAIRE, LED, UNDERPASS, WALLMOUNT, OUTPUT DESIGNATION D Base items 144.000
82110026 EACH LUMINAIRE, LED, UNDERPASS, SUSPENDED, OUTPUT DESIGNATION D Base items 72.000
84200500 EACH REMOVAL OF LIGHTING UNIT, SALVAGE Base items 78.000
84200600 EACH REMOVAL OF LIGHTING UNIT, NO SALVAGE Base items 266.000
87800200 FOOT CONCRETE FOUNDATION, TYPE D Base items 5.000
89502300 FOOT REMOVE ELECTRIC CABLE FROM CONDUIT Base items 7,020.000
89502350 FOOT REMOVE AND REINSTALL ELECTRIC CABLE FROM CONDUIT Base items 480.000
89502385 EACH REMOVE EXISTING CONCRETE FOUNDATION Base items 1.000
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