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Type of Work
  
Description of Work
Work Experience Last Five Years
Equipment List
Employee Requirements
Noise Walls
0080
Furnish and install pile or footing and soundwall sections consisting of concrete (precast or poured) or masonry material as described on the plans. This work code also includes placement of any reinforcing steel described on the plans.
Drilled Piers for Bridges
0411
Contractors requesting this work code should have successfully completed drilled piers for structures at least 36" in diameter within the last 3 years. Contractors should have experience with drilled pier construction including dry and wet placement of concrete and the use of temporary casing or slurry.
5 projects within last 3 years
Project Manager (5 years of continuous experience)
Superintendent (5 years of continuous experience)
Concrete Structures (Box Culverts)
0421
Construct cast-in-place or precast concrete culverts to the dimensions shown in the contract. This work code does not cover corrugated metal pipe culverts (or similar culverts) which are approved under work code 0310.
Concrete Structures (Bridges)
0422
Construct cast-in place concrete and/or cored slab structures to the dimensions shown in the contract. Contractors performing this work code will be responsible for demonstrating experience performing all aspects of bridge construction including, furnishing and placing beams; substructure work including footings, columns and caps; backwalls and wingwalls; bridge deck forming; falsework; pouring, finishing, and curing concrete bridge decks; constructing joints and weep holes; and placing epoxy coating. Reinforcing steel placing and tying is approved under work code 0425. Grooving Bridge Floors is approved under work code 0423. This work code does not cover bridge repair or rehabilitation work which are approved under code 0099 Other. Performing elements of bridge construction are not considered sufficient to grant approval of this work code.
Grooving Bridge Floors
0423
Cut grooves into hardened concrete using a mechanical saw that produces grooves 1/8" wide by 3/16" deep and has a center spacing of 3/4".
Box Beam and Cored Slab Bridges
0424
Low Impact Bridges. Must show experience lifting/placing heavy structural members such as Pre-Cast Culvert sections, Arch Pipes, large pipe sections (greater than 84" diameter), or Noise Wall sections. Must also show experience forming and pouring concrete with reinforcing steel. Pile driving experience is preferred, but not required.
Reinforcing Steel (Placing and Tying)
0425
Place mats of reinforcing steel on concrete bridge deck spaced at intervals detailed on the plans. This work code covers the placement of chairs (or other approved support), reinforcing steel, and tying steel together with steel wire.
Post Tensioned Segmental Bridge
0426
Furnish and install all post-tensioning systems including, but not limited to ducts, anchorage assemblies, vents, local zone reinforcement, and stressing and grouting post-tensioning strands/bars. Install post-tensioned steel to a predetermined load and anchor directly against hardened concrete.

1-2 segmental bridges.
Specifics about bridges.
References.
Cranes
Erection Equipment
Tensioning Equipment (Jacks, etc)
Grout Mixers
PTI Level 1 and 2
ASBI Grouting Technician
Steel Structures (Bridges)
0440
Furnish and erect structural steel bridges. This work code covers structures that contain an entirely steel superstructure (example: truss bridge, bascule bridge, steel arch bridge). This work code does not cover steel girders under a conventional concrete bridge deck which are covered under work code 0422.
Painting Steel Structures (Bridges)
0442
Prepare and paint metal surfaces on steel structures. Protect pedestrians, vehicular traffic and water from splatters and overspray.
Concrete Barrier Bridge Rail
0460
Furnish and place metal or concrete barrier bridge railing.
Welding
1072
Temporary and permanent welding, including but not limited to: Testing and inspection of welds, preparation of material, oxygen cutting, electrodes, shielding and shear studs, meeting the Bridge Welding Code and the AWS Welding Code. Personnel must be qualified in accordance with the Bridge Welding Code and the AWS Welding Code.
Retaining Walls (Cantilever)
3010
Perform earthwork (cuts and fills to prepare for retaining wall installation), furnish and install material for self-supporting gravity or cantilevered retaining wall and perform backfill as specified.
Retaining Walls (MSE)
3015
Perform earthwork (cuts and fills to prepare for retaining wall installation), furnish and install material for wall. MSE walls include the use of artificial reinforcing (geosynthetic mats) fixed at the end. The face of the wall often consists of precast concrete panels or block. Perform backfill as specified.
Retaining Walls (Anchored)
3020
This work code covers anchored (tieback) retaining walls and shoring, Soil nail retaining walls and temporary soil nail walls. Contractors should have successfully completed at least 10,000 ft2 of shoring or wall face area with at least 150 ground anchors or 500 soil nails within the last 3 years.
5 projects within last 3 years
Project Manager (5 years of continuous experience)
Superintendent (5 years of continuous experience)
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