Common use of Drawings Clause in Contracts

Drawings. 2.5.6.6.1 Engineer shall verify and show existing field conditions of roadways and access to adjacent properties. 2.5.6.6.2 Engineer shall show traffic control devices and location of traffic flow, indicated by direction arrows, for each phase of the Project. 2.5.6.6.3 Engineer shall define construction areas by appropriate identifications, such as cross-hatching. Show all barricades, traffic signing, traffic signal changes, detour routing, and special intersection treatment details. 2.5.6.6.4 Engineer shall show only roadways that are existing or to be constructed under the Project. Do not show roadways that have been removed or that will be constructed in future contracts. 2.5.6.6.5 Engineer shall prepare cross sections for major thoroughfares and for each roadway variation showing the traffic lanes, construction pavement markings, delineators, barriers, buffer zone for barrels and concrete traffic barriers (CTBs), pavement drop-off, and construction details. 2.5.6.6.6 Engineer shall pictorially represent all construction signing and label with appropriate identification number as shown in TMUTCD. Show and identify all other traffic control devices in the plans and cross sections. 2.5.6.6.7 Engineer shall use a “typical” TCP detail for portions of the Project wherever possible. 2.5.6.6.8 Engineer shall prepare traffic control construction quantities and estimate of construction cost. 2.5.6.6.9 Engineer shall add general notes to the drawings or to the City’s Standard General Note Drawing, as required for clarity. 2.5.6.6.10 Engineer shall include the City of Houston Standard Specifications for Traffic Control, and supplement as required.

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Drawings. 2.5.6.6.1 Engineer shall verify and show existing field conditions of roadways and access to adjacent properties. properties 2.5.6.6.2 Engineer shall show traffic control devices and location of traffic flow, indicated by direction arrows, for each phase of the Project. 2.5.6.6.3 Engineer shall define construction areas by appropriate identifications, such as cross-hatching. Show all barricades, traffic signing, traffic signal changes, detour routing, and special intersection treatment details. 2.5.6.6.4 Engineer shall show only roadways that are existing or to be constructed under the Project. Do not show roadways that have been removed or that will be constructed in future contracts. 2.5.6.6.5 Engineer shall prepare cross sections for major thoroughfares and for each roadway variation showing the traffic lanes, construction pavement markings, delineators, barriers, buffer zone for barrels and concrete traffic barriers (CTBs), pavement drop-off, and construction details. 2.5.6.6.6 Engineer shall pictorially represent all construction signing and label with appropriate identification number as shown in TMUTCD. Show and identify all other traffic control devices in the plans and cross sections. 2.5.6.6.7 Engineer shall use a “typical” TCP detail for portions of the Project wherever possible. 2.5.6.6.8 Engineer shall prepare traffic control construction quantities and estimate of construction cost. 2.5.6.6.9 Engineer shall add general notes to the drawings or to the City’s Standard General Note Drawing, as required for clarity. 2.5.6.6.10 Engineer shall include the The City of Houston Standard Specifications for Traffic Control, and supplement as required.

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Samples: Contract

Drawings. 2.5.6.6.1 Engineer shall verify and show existing field conditions of roadways and access to adjacent properties. 2.5.6.6.2 Engineer shall show traffic control devices and location of traffic flow, indicated by direction arrows, for each phase of the Project. 2.5.6.6.3 Engineer shall define construction areas by appropriate identifications, such as cross-hatching. Show all barricades, traffic signing, traffic signal changes, detour routing, and special intersection treatment details. 2.5.6.6.4 Engineer shall show only roadways that are existing or to be constructed under the Project. Do not show roadways that have been removed or that will be constructed in future contracts. 2.5.6.6.5 Engineer shall prepare cross sections for major thoroughfares and for each roadway variation showing the traffic lanes, construction pavement markings, delineators, barriers, buffer zone for barrels and concrete traffic barriers (CTBs), pavement drop-off, and construction details. 2.5.6.6.6 Engineer shall pictorially represent all construction signing and label with appropriate identification number as shown in TMUTCD. Show and identify all other traffic control devices in the plans and cross sections. 2.5.6.6.7 Engineer shall use a “typical” TCP detail for portions of the Project wherever possible. 2.5.6.6.8 Engineer shall prepare traffic control construction quantities and estimate of construction cost Construction Cost. 2.5.6.6.9 Engineer shall add general notes to the drawings or to the City’s Standard General Note Drawing, as required for clarity. 2.5.6.6.10 Engineer shall include the The City of Houston Standard Specifications for Traffic Control, and supplement as required.

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Samples: Contract