Drainage. Prevent silt bearing road surface and ditch runoff from delivering sediment to any streams or wetlands. Maintain rolling dips and drivable waterbars as needed to keep them functioning as intended. Maintain headwalls to the road shoulder level with material that will resist erosion. Maintain energy dissipaters at culvert outlets with non-erodible material or rock. Keep ditches, culverts, and other drainage structures clear of obstructions and functioning as intended. Inspect and clean culverts at least monthly, with additional inspections during storms and periods of high runoff. This shall be done even during periods of inactivity. Preventative Maintenance Perform preventative maintenance work to safeguard against storm damage, such as blading to ensure correct runoff, ditch and culvert cleaning, and waterbar maintenance.
Drainage. The Engineer shall use data from as-built plans and FEMA maps to locate drainage out fall(s) and to determine existing storm sewer and culvert sizes, design flows, and water surface elevations for use in the design of roadway geometry. The Engineer shall conduct a Preliminary Drainage Study to determine and evaluate the adequacy of the ROW needed to accommodate the proposed roadway and drainage system. The drainage study shall identify the impacts to abutting properties and the 100-year floodplain due to proposed highway improvements, identify the water surface elevations for the 2, 5, 10, 25, 50 and 100 year storm events, identify and locate outfalls, drainage outfall descriptions, provide overall drainage area map, sub-drainage area map, storm water detention facilities, and provide a drainage study report identifying the results of the study. The drainage report, signed and sealed by a professional engineer, shall include applicable hydrologic and hydraulic models such as HEC-1 and HEC-2, HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, XP-SWMM, and other applicable models. If requested, the Engineer shall prepare a Final Drainage Study in accordance with the State’s Hydraulic Design Manual, District criteria, and any specific guidance provided by the State. The Engineer shall not evaluate the adequacy of the existing drainage structures, unless directed by the State.
Drainage. 1. Upon completion of work, shape the roadway to provide for the removal of surface water. The roadway need not be passable to vehicles. Repair and reinstall water bars, barriers or berms existing prior to the Purchaser's operation. Areas where water is ponded by existing centerline profile sags in through cuts may be left untreated.
Drainage. Provide existing hydraulic and hydrologic studies associated with the project and project area if available. • Provide areas of wetlands delineation to be surveyed by the Engineer. • Provide data, if available, including “as-built plans”, existing cross sections, existing channel and drainage easement data. Signing, Pavement Markings and Signalization (Permanent) • Furnish traffic signal justification warrants, if applicable. • Available traffic counts, traffic projects and accident data, if available. Miscellaneous (Roadway) • Provide example estimates, district general notes and standards, sample specification lists and related hard copy documentation for the Engineer's use in preparing the preliminary estimate, general notes and specifications. • Provide a maximum project cost to be used in the preparation of the preliminary design. • Furnish tabulation of current applicable bid process, if applicable. • Negotiate with each project utility company for relocation agreements or required relocation as applicable. Project Management and Administration • Review, approve and update Project Design Criteria. • Prompt Review of Deliverables. • Provide copies of preferred District Details to be used. • Provide copies of preferred District Standards to be used. • Prepare final General Notes and final Specification Data Sheets. DocuSign Envelope ID: B36C3E7B-D32F-4D07-94E4-B8954C8506B4 Contract No. 36-6IDP5334 PS No. 5292 Bridge Design • Furnish as-built plans of existing structures, National Bridge Inventory (NBI), and applicable Brinsap report. • Review and provide written approval of each preliminary bridge layout before bridge design work begins. Construction Phase Services • Shop drawings and related submittals received from the contractor or fabricators. • Request for applicable change order plan modifications that are based on changed conditions or a request by the State to modify the design based on field conditions or applicable updates to the State’s standards and criteria. Additional Responsibilities • Provide design criteria for roadway, structures, drainage, and hydraulics. • Interface with local, regional, State and Federal agencies or other entities on behalf of Engineer. • Coordinate and notify in writing with Emergency Medical Services (EMS), school system, United State (U.S.) Mail, etc. for any detour routes and roadway closures. Upon request by the State, the Engineer shall prepare the necessary exhibits. • Provide the Engineer with timely review...
Drainage. ▪ Prevent silt bearing road surface and ditch runoff from delivering sediment to any streams or wetlands. ▪ Maintain rolling dips and drivable waterbars as needed to keep them functioning as intended. ▪ Maintain headwalls to the road shoulder level with material that will resist erosion. ▪ Maintain energy dissipaters at culvert outlets with non‐erodible material or rock. ▪ Keep ditches, culverts, and other drainage structures clear of obstructions and functioning as intended. ▪ Inspect and clean culverts at least monthly, with additional inspections during storms and periods of high runoff. This shall be done even during periods of inactivity.
Drainage. Local drainage may need to be reviewed relative to maintenance and safety. Hydraulics and Hydrology may also need to be reviewed and checked. A-E may be required to review submittals to see if all required parts constituting a complete bid package are provided. Typical items to be reviewed include, but are not limited to, the following:
Drainage. (7) adequately drain the Pinjarra refinery site and related facilities and dispose of such drainage in accordance with plans and specifications to be submitted by the Company and approved by the State; Forests.
Drainage. Special drainage requirements and/or drainage design and interconnection to Customer’s existing storm drain system or any other storm drain discharge system are not included. Carport designs do not include structural roof deck for storm water collection or protection. Permits Permit Provider Permit Customer Permit Cost Allocation Allotted Time following Application Building X Fire X Electrical X Conditional Use Permit NA Environmental Control NA Storm Water NA Soil Erosion and Sediment Control NA Environmental Impact Report (CEQA) NA Army Corps of Engineers NA Wetlands NA Water Quality NA Archeological NA Endangered Species NA Water Rights NA Mineral Rights NA Redevelopment Agency NA FAA Approvals NA Permit Allowance Schedule Site Allowance for Permit 0000 Xxxx Xx $3,000 00 Xxxxxxx Xx $10,000 00 Xxxxxxx Xx $5,000 00/00 Xxxx Xx $5,000 000 Xxxxxx Xxx $2,500 000 Xxxxxx Xxx $7,000 0000 Xxxxxx Xx $6,000 0000 Xxxxx Xxxx Xxxx $5,000 0000 Xxxxx Xxxx Xxxx $2,500 1305 Macdonald $3,000 All other permits/approvals are excluded. Provider includes durations of 50 days for procuring permit and regulatory approvals (per project ). Provider will not be responsible for construction delays caused by permit and approval requirements from local jurisdictions or regulatory review bodies. Any delays in procuring permits will result in a day-for-day construction schedule extension.
Drainage. The Political Body, at the Political Body's own expense, shall provide and maintain suitable facilities for draining the Roadway and its appurtenances, and shall not suffer or permit drainage water therefrom to flow or collect upon property of the Railroad. The Political Body, at the Political Body's own expense, shall provide adequate passageway for the waters of any streams, bodies of water and drainage facilities (either natural or artificial, and including water from the Railroad's culvert and drainage facilities), so that said waters may not, because of any facilities or work of the Political Body, be impeded, obstructed, diverted or caused to back up, overflow or damage the property of the Railroad or any part thereof, or property of others. The Political Body shall not obstruct or interfere with existing ditches or drainage facilities.
Drainage. (a) The Unit Operator shall take such measures as the AO deems appro- priate and adequate to prevent drainage of unitized substances from unitized land by xxxxx on land not subject to this agreement, which shall include the drilling of protective xxxxx and which may include the payment of a fair and reasonable compensatory royalty, as determined by the AO.