Design Criteria Sample Clauses

Design Criteria. The Engineer shall develop the roadway design criteria based on the controlling factors specified by the State (i.e. 4R, 3R, 2R, or special facilities), by use of the funding categories, design speed, functional classification, roadway class and any other set criteria as set forth in PS&E Preparation Manual, Roadway Design Manual, Bridge Design Manual, Hydraulic Design Manual, and other deemed necessary State approved manuals. In addition, the Engineer shall prepare the Design Summary Report (DSR) and submit it electronically. The Engineer shall obtain written concurrence from the State prior to proceeding with a design if any questions arise during the design process regarding the applicability of State’s design criteria.
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Design Criteria. A/E shall prepare all work in accordance with the latest version of applicable County’s procedures, specifications, manuals, guidelines, standard drawings, and standard specifications. A/E shall prepare each Plans, Specifications, and Estimates (PS&E) package in a form suitable for letting through County’s construction contract bidding and awarding process.
Design Criteria. The Owner will furnish an electronic copy of the Design Criteria for the Project Consultant’s use in developing designs for the project. These criteria are guidelines, which address owner related issues; including but not limited to, ease of maintenance, life cycle costing, and functionality of the facility.
Design Criteria. The Engineer shall prepare all work in accordance with the latest version of applicable State’s procedures, specifications, manuals, guidelines, standard drawings, and standard specifications or previously approved special provisions and special specifications, which include: the PS&E Preparation Manual, Roadway Design Manual, Hydraulic Design Manual, the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (TMUTCD), Standard Specifications for Construction and Maintenance of Highways, Streets and Bridges (latest Edition), and other State approved manuals. When design criteria are not identified in State manuals, the Engineer shall notify the State and refer to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Street, (latest Edition). In addition, the Engineer shall follow the State’s District guidelines in developing the Plan, Specification, and Estimate (PS&E) package. The Engineer shall prepare each PS&E package in a form suitable for letting through the State’s construction contract bidding and awarding process. The Engineer shall identify, prepare exhibits and complete all necessary forms for each Design Exception and Waiver required within project limits prior to the 30% project completion submittal. The Engineer shall submit each exception and waiver to the State for coordination and processing of approvals. If subsequent changes require additional exceptions, the Engineer shall notify the State in writing as soon as possible after identification of each condition that may warrant a design exception or waiver.
Design Criteria. The number of cable splices at the time of original construction was designed to an average of 2.0 km between splices. Due to cable cuts and cable relocation, additional splices may be installed.
Design Criteria. The Engineer shall prepare all work in accordance with the latest version of applicable State’s procedures, specifications, manuals, guidelines, standard drawings, and standard specifications or previously approved special provisions and special specifications, which include: the PS&E Preparation Manual, Roadway Design Manual, Hydraulic Design Manual, the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (TMUTCD), Standard Specifications for Construction and Maintenance of Highways, Streets and Bridges, (latest Edition), and other State approved manuals. When design criteria are not identified in State manuals, the Engineer shall notify the State and refer to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Street, (latest Edition). In addition, the Engineer shall follow the State’s District guidelines in developing the Plan, Specification, and Estimate (PS&E) package. The Engineer shall prepare each PS&E package in a form suitable for letting through the State’s construction contract bidding and awarding process.
Design Criteria. The proposed design criteria for the project will be developed from Williamson County and TxDOT design criteria. It is anticipated that in most cases the most stringent of the design criteria will be used.
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Design Criteria. The AGENCY shall designate the basic premises and criteria for the design within the Detailed Scope of Work for each TASK ASSIGNMENT issued under this AGREEMENT. Reports and plans shall be prepared in compliance with accepted engineering standards and to the extent feasible, shall be developed in accordance with the latest edition and amendments of the following, if applicable: • Washington State Department of Transportation/American Public Works Association (WSDOT/APWA), "Standard Specifications for Road, Bridge, and Municipal Construction". • WSDOT, "Standard Plans". • WSDOT, "Plans Preparation Manual". • WSDOT, "Design Manual". • WSDOT, "Bridge Design Manual". • American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), "A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets". • Transportation Research Board, "Highway Capacity Manual". • FHWA and WSDOT, "Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices" – Washington State Modifications. • WSDOT, "Local Agency Guidelines". • WSDOT "Right of Way Manual". • WSDOT, "Utilities Manual". • WSDOT, “Highway Runoff Manual”. • WSDOT, "Hydraulics Manual". • WSDOT, "Materials Branch Laboratory Manual". • WSDOT, "Construction Manual". • Department of Ecology, "Storm Water Management Manual for Western Washington". • State Environmental Policy Act Rules, Chapter 197-11, Washington Administration Code and Subtitle 30.6 of the Snohomish County Code. • Snohomish County "Engineering Design and Development Standards" (XXXX). • Snohomish County Code Title 13, Roads & Bridges Ordinance. • Standard drawings prepared by the AGENCY and furnished to the CONSULTANT shall be used as a guide in all cases where they fit design conditions. • Standard specifications, procedures and forms utilized by the AGENCY for Public Work’s construction projects will be furnished by the AGENCY. CADD REQUIREMENTS: PS&E deliverables shall be prepared in compliance with the AGENCY’s Public Works CADD Standards where applicable. These standards address issues such as CADD layer/linetype/ symbol conventions, font specifications, title blocks, line weights, plot setups, CADD project file naming, etc. CONSULTANTS may obtain the current version of CADD Standards from the AGENCY’s Internet site at: xxxx://xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx/205/Engineering-Services located under "Helpful Forms and Links". Parties to this AGREEMENT will obtain the version number of the standards that is current at the time of signing and shall use that version through the life o...
Design Criteria. The Engineer shall prepare all work in accordance with the latest version of applicable State’s procedures, specifications, manuals, guidelines, standard drawings, and standard specifications or previously approved special provisions and special specifications, which include: the PS&E Preparation Manual, Roadway Design Manual, Hydraulic Design Manual, the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (TMUTCD), Standard Specifications for Construction and Maintenance of Highways, Streets and Bridges (latest Edition), and other State approved manuals. When design criteria are not identified in State manuals, the Engineer shall notify the State and refer to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Street, (latest Edition). In addition, the Engineer shall follow the State’s District guidelines in developing the Plan, Specification, and Estimate DocuSign Envelope ID: F43CDC74-DA27-4A02-AC2A-90D8CB2811D6 (PS&E) package. The Engineer shall prepare each PS&E package in a form suitable for letting through the State’s construction contract bidding and awarding process. The Engineer shall identify, prepare exhibits and complete all necessary forms for each Design Exception and Waiver required within project limits prior to the 30% project completion submittal. The Engineer shall submit each exception and waiver to the State for coordination and processing of approvals. If subsequent changes require additional exceptions, the Engineer shall notify the State in writing as soon as possible after identification of each condition that may warrant a design exception or waiver.
Design Criteria. The Engineer shall prepare all work in accordance with the latest version of applicable State procedures, specifications, manuals, guidelines, standard drawings, standard specifications or previously approved special provisions and special specifications to include the Roadway Design Manual, Hydraulic Design Manual, the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (TMUTCD), Standard Specifications for Construction and Maintenance of Highways, Streets and Bridges, PS&E Preparation Manual, Traffic Signals Manual, Highway Illumination Manual, Procedures for Establishing Speed Zones, Transportation Research Board (TRB) Highway Capacity Manual, Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Trip Generation Manual, American with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG), the Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS), the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, National Electrical Code (NEC), and other State approved manuals. When design criteria are not identified in State manuals, the Engineer shall notify the State and refer to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Street (latest edition).
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