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COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS

ROADWAY LIGHTING

TECHNICAL SPECIAL PROVISIONS

TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTmENT OF TRANSPORTATION STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR ROAD AND bRIDGE CONSTRUCTION AND STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTmENT OF TRANSPORTATION DESIGN STANDARDS

OF FLORIDA DEPARTmENT OF TRANSPORTATION DESIGN STANDARDS TRANSPORATION SERVICES DIVISION 2885 HORSESHOE DRIVE SOUTH

TRANSPORATION SERVICES DIVISION

2885 HORSESHOE DRIVE SOUTH NAPLES, FLORIDA 34104

Revised 12-08-09

PURPOSE:

All work associated with the installation of Roadway Lighting shall conform to current Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), National Electrical Codes (NEC), and this supplement.

GENERAL INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS:

All work is to be performed in a workmanlike manner. It is the Contractor’s responsibility to provide the labor, skilled in the appropriate areas, necessary to provide an acceptable and professional finished product. The Contractor and his personnel shall have, at all times, all the necessary paperwork needed to complete the job. It is expected that plumb surfaces shall be plumb. Spacing of multiple components, such as conduit stubs or straps, shall be in equal increments. All materials shall be new or in like-new condition. The Collier County Roadway Lighting/Signal Inspector assigned to the project shall have the authority to make final determinations on whether workmanship, materials, and/or final product(s) meet the specifications contained herein. A local permanent telephone number where trouble-calls can be received on a 24 hour basis shall be provided by the Contractor. During all working hours, the Contractor shall have a responsible, English-speaking superintendent on the project with the capabilities and authority required by FDOT Specifications, Section 5-8. Licensed Electricians shall supervise all electrical service type work.

RESPONSIBILITIES OF ROADWAY LIGHTING/SIGNAL CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL:

Collier County Traffic Operations Department Inspection Staff shall be notified in writing either via form letter (To: Collier county Traffic Operations, At: 2885 Horseshoe Drive South, Naples, FL34104) or e-mail (TrafficOps@colliergov.net) a minimum of 72 Hours prior to the commencement of jobs that include overhead or underground work that will be conducted as part of construction or maintenance projects within Collier County or State road right-of way within Collier County. Collier County Traffic Operations Department Inspection Staff shall also be notified either via form letter or e-mail a minimum of 12 Hours prior to any and all daily work to be performed throughout the entire length of construction or maintenance projects. Any changes that necessitate the rescheduling of work that has been previously scheduled shall be provided in writing via e-mail no later than the morning that it was to be performed. Collier County Traffic Operations Department Inspection Staff has the full authority to shut down any and all overhead or underground work that has failed to comply with the aforementioned requisites. Collier County reserves the right to redirect the termination point(s) of any or all conduit(s) from what is shown on the plans. If the quantity of materials is increased, the Contractor shall be compensated according to the per unit price of this change. The Contractor shall be responsible for coordinating with all utilities having overhead or underground facilities in close proximity or possible conflict with the Contractor’s excavations and underground cable installation. The contractor shall notify all utility companies and maintaining agencies seventy-two (72) hours in advance of commencing work. Hand-digging will be required in all areas where the utilities stake or locate a possible conflict, or where hand-digging is specified on the plans. The exact locations of utilities shall be determined by the Contractor when necessary, during construction. All overhead installations must meet a minimum four foot separations to communications lines (both vertically and horizontally), minimum ten foot separations to guys or neutrals (both vertically and horizontally), and meet and/or exceed all other OSHA requirements as may be determined by OSHA clearance requirements and/or formulas relevant to overhead lines clearances and/or separations requirements (both vertically and horizontally), and all underground crossings shall be placed at a minimum depth of thirty-six inches (36”) below the pavement and/or a minimum depth of twenty-four inches (24”) below the designed roadside ditch or swale invert. Primary cable (voltage exceeding 500 volts) shall have minimum thirty-six (36”) cover. Secondary cable (voltage less than 500 volts) shall have a minimum thirty-inch (30”) cover. Exception may be made by authority of the Engineering Services Department or the Transportation Operations Department for good cause shown. Traffic shall be maintained in accordance with the “Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices” and “Roadway and Traffic Design Standards” and as designated in the plans.

CONCEALED WORK:

All work which will not be readily visible upon completion shall not be concealed until a County Roadway Lighting/Signal Inspector gives approval. In the event the following items are concealed, it will be the Contractor’s responsibility to expose the questioned item(s) for the Inspectors’ approval, at no additional cost to the County. This includes, but is not limited to: Buried or imbedded conduit, grounding conductors, ground rods, and grounding arrays.

TABLE of conTEnTs

TEcHnIcAL sPEcIAL PRoVIsIons

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GENERAL NOTES ……………………………………………………………….… 3 TECHNICAL SPECIAL PROVISIONS …………………………………………

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Section 101 – Mobilization ……………………………………………………… 5 Section 102 – Maintenance of Traffic …………………………………………… 6 Section 104 – Prevention, Control, and Abatement of

Erosion and Water Pollution…………………….……… Section 110 – Clearing and Grubbing ………………………….……………… Section 520 – Concrete Gutter, Curb Elements, and Traffic Separator ……………………….………………………… 7

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4 - Scope of the Work ………………………………….……………

Section 522 – Concrete Sidewalk …………………………

…………………… Section 555 – Directional Bore …………………………………….…………… Section 575 – Sodding ………………………………………….………………. Section 715 – Highway Lighting System ………………………………

Pole Wiring Detail CCTO 03-200 ……………………………………………… 19

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Dual Arm Pole Wiring Detail CCTO 08-202 …………………………………

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State Highway Pole Wiring Detail CCTO 06-4184 …

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Service Point Detail CCTO 03-201 ……………………………………………

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Standard Roadway Lighting ……………………………………………………. 23

Lumec Decorative Streetlight Assembly CCTO 03-204

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Lumec Decorative Pole Wiring Detail CCTO 03-204A ………………………

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Valmont / AAL Lighting CCTO 03-205 …………

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Mediterra / Livingston Rd. CCTO 03-206 ……………………………………… 27

Immokalee MSTU Lighting / Lumec CCTO 03-207 …………………………… 28 Screw Base Foundation Elevation Adjustment CCTO 03-208 …………………. 29 Directional Bore Method of Payment CCTO 04-327……………………………. 30 Standard Roadway Lighting Pole Damage Report CCTO 04-221 ……………… 31

Roadway Lighting Time and Equipment Report CCTO 04-221A …………

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Lumec Light Assembly Damage Report CCTO 04-225 …………………

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Livingston Rd. Valmont / AAL Damage Report CCTO 04-222 …………… Livingston Rd. Mediterra LUMEC/Hapco Damage Report CCTO 04-223…

… Pruning Guide for Trees Located Near Streetlights IESNA DG-4-03 …………

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Roadway Lighting Components – Stock Ordering Descriptions …………….… 37

TRAnsPoRATIon sERVIcEs dIVIsIon

2885 HoRsEsHoE dRIVE souTH nAPLEs, fLoRIdA 34104

12-08-09

COLLIER COUNTY ROADWAY LIGHTING GENERAL NOTES

1. Except as noted on the Engineering Design Plans, all work shall be in accordance with the latest versions of the State of Florida Department of Transportation Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, the State of Florida Department of Transportation Design Standards, and Collier County Traffic Operations Design Standards Latest Edition.

2. Prior to any equipment order, the contractor shall submit for approval by the Project Manager, Traffic Operations Department, Transportation Services Division, equipment specifications and design data for all material proposed for the project. These must specifically include:

a. Luminaire (Cobra Head, Full Cutoff Optics Type II Preferred, Type III Acceptable):

General Electric 400 watt MDCL=M400A-40-S-5-A-1-2-F-MC2-1; 250 watt MDCL=M400A-25-S-5-A-1-2-F-MC2-1

b. Pole Shop Drawings with Arm(s) per FDOT Qualified Products List (QPL).

c. Transformer Base Shop Drawings (Hinged Access Doors are Not Approved)

d. Fuse Holder, Fuse, Fuse Neutral, and Secondary Surge Arrester at Transformer Base

e. Precast Concrete Foundation (Cast In-Place Ground Wire Is NOT Approved. Min. ½” PVC Conduit Required); Screw Type Foundations Are Not Approved.

f. Service Point Load Center Enclosure, Secondary Surge Arrester at service point entrance, and Support Post with Electric Meter Socket and Stainless Steel Disconnect Safety Switch per CCTO 03-201.

g. Pull Box with Lid (Strongwell Pull Box PG1324BA12 with Heavy Duty Lid PG1324HA00 or equivalent)

h. Control Panels and Contactors shall be ITE or Square D Brand or approved equivalent. Enclosure shall be stainless steel E-BOX Catalog No. S36248N4X with Vertical 36 inch Hinge on the Left Side or approved equivalent.

3. House side light trespass and glare shall be held to a minimum while providing maximum light to the roadway.

4. All electrical work shall meet the requirements of the latest editions of the Collier County Roadway Lighting Design Standards Technical Special Provisions, National Electrical Code, The State of Florida Department of Transportation Design Standards, and The State of Florida Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction.

5. Conductors shall be THWN Stranded Minimum AWG 6: HOT =Red or Black; Neutral= White or Gray; Ground =Green.

6. Conduit Installation per FDOT Index 17721 and 17501 (Pulling Bells are Required). Conduit routing shall be pole to pole maintaining pole setback distance from edge of pavement. Any cable routing in locations where guardrail is proposed shall be 2 foot in front of the standard guardrail position.

7. Payment for conduit shall include cost of trenching and/or boring and all conduit and Pulling Bells. See FDOT Section 555 and CCTO 04-327 Directional Bore Method of Payment.

8. At all pull boxes and pole bases ends of conduit shall be a minimum of 2 inches above the foundation and sealed in accordance with Section 630 of the Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction.

9. Furnish and Install a Black 4 inch Series “C” number for each pole as indicated on the Pole Data Sheet. Pole number shall

be placed at approximately breast height 45 degrees from perpendicular to roadway and visible in the direction of the travel

lane. Two Digit Numbers Shall Be Placed Horizontal.

(Green, Black, & Blue coated poles shall have a White 4 inch Series “C” number for each pole as indicated on drawing.)

Three Digit Numbers Shall Be Placed Vertical.

10. Sod used in the restoration of disturbed earth shall match existing ground cover and be dug-in or rolled as required to match the existing grade.

11. One inch of water per week shall be required for a minimum of four (4) consecutive weeks for the purpose of establishing sod. This can be waived during construction, if and only if there is a minimum of one inch of rain per week on all sod on the project.

12. Before final acceptance, contractor shall provide 2 sets of full size as-built plans to the Traffic Operations Section of the Transportation Operations Department.

13. Contractor shall be responsible for contacting all utility companies prior to any underground work. The Utility Company will locate and identify their facilities.

14. Contractor shall be responsible for all workmanship and defective components for a period of one (1) year after final acceptance.

TECHNICAL SPECIAL PROVISIONS

ROADWAY LIGHTING - TRAFFIC OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

The Following technical specification sections apply to Collier County Roadway Lighting Specifications and are based on FDOT Specifications; correspond with the Price Proposal List; and are summarized from the Florida Department of Transportation Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, 2007 for this project and do not contain the complete specification. See the Florida Department of Transportation Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, 2007 for the specifications in their entirety.

SECTION 4 SCOPE OF THE WORK 4-1 Intent of Contract.

The intent of the Contract is to provide for the removal of the existing sidewalk and construction of a new sidewalk with a broom finish; eliminating unused driveway aprons and Installing Type F Curb and Gutter; installing a roadway lighting system and completion in every detail of the work in compliance with Collier County Roadway Lighting Specifications, FDOT Design Standards, and FDOT Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, 2007. Furnish all Labor, Materials, Equipment, Transportation, Maintenance of Traffic (MOT), Supplies, and any or all other items required to complete the work as shown

from

and described in the Plans as prepared by

(company/firm) (roadway)

on

(roadway)

to

(roadway)

and in accordance with the Contract Documents and Specifications.

Be advised that Utility Manholes, Pull Boxes, and Gas & Water Main Valve Boxes exist in the sidewalk and

it will be the contractor’s responsibility to protect and/or replace, and adjust these items to the finished

sidewalk grade as a part of the

sections of the work area and it will be the contractor’s responsibility to protect and/or restore these items as necessary to leave the site in equal or better condition to complete the project. This work will all be

considered incidental to the construction of the

project. Wood, Brick, and Chainlink fences exist along some

project and will not include a separate pay item.

It is the County’s intent to award this project to a single firm.

4-3.2 Increase, Decrease or Alteration in the Work:

The Engineer reserves the right to make alterations in the character of the work which involve a substantial change in the nature of the design or in the type of construction or which materially increases or decreases the cost or time of performance. Such alteration shall not constitute a breach of Contract, shall not invalidate the Contract or release the Surety. The Engineer may direct in writing that the work be done and, at the Engineer’s sole discretion, the Contractor will be paid pursuant to an agreed Supplemental Agreement or in the following manner:

(a) Labor: The Contractor will receive payment for direct labor and burden on the actual costs of the

additional or unforeseen work, plus a mark-up of 25%.

(b) Materials and Supplies: For materials accepted by the Engineer and used on the project, the Contractor

will receive the actual cost of such materials incorporated into the work, including Contractor paid transportation charges (exclusive of equipment as hereinafter set forth), plus 17.5%. For supplies reasonably needed for performing the work, the Contractor will receive the actual cost of such supplies, plus 17.5%.

(c) Equipment: For any machinery or special equipment (other than small tools), including fuel and

lubricant, the Contractor will receive 100% of the “Rental Rate Blue Book” for the actual time that such equipment is in operation on the work, and 50% of the “Rental Rate Blue Book” for the time the equipment is directed to standby and remain on the project site, to be calculated as indicated below. The equipment rates will be based on the latest edition (as of the date the work to be performed begins) of the “Rental Rate Blue Book for Construction Equipment” or the “Rental Rate Blue Book for Older Construction Equipment,” whichever is applicable, as published by Machinery Information Division of PRIMEDIA

Information, Inc. (version current at the time of bid), using all instructions and adjustments contained therein and as modified below. On all projects, the Engineer will adjust the rates using regional adjustments and Rate Adjustment Tables according to the instructions in the Blue Book. Allowable Equipment Rates will be established as set out below:

(1)

Allowable Hourly Equipment Rate = Monthly Rate/176 x Adjustment Factors x 100%.

(2)

Allowable Hourly Operating Cost = Hourly Operating Cost x 100%.

(3)

Allowable Rate Per Hour = Allowable Hourly Equipment Rate + Allowable Hourly Operating Cost.

(4)

Standby Rate = Allowable Hourly Equipment Rate x 50%.

The Monthly Rate is The Basic Machine Rate Plus Any Attachments. Standby rates will apply when equipment is not in operation and is directed by the Engineer to standby at the project site when needed again to complete work and the cost of moving the equipment will exceed the accumulated standby cost. Standby rates will not apply on any day the equipment operates for eight or more hours. Standby payment will be limited to only that number of hours which, when added to the operating time for that day equals

eight hours. Standby payment will not be made on days that are not normally considered work days on the project. The Department will allow for the cost of transporting the equipment to and from the location at which it will be used. If the equipment requires assembly or disassembly for transport, the Department will pay for the time to perform this work at the rate for standby equipment. In addition to the compensation provided in this (c), as described above, the Department will allow a 7.5% mark-up thereon.

(d) The Contractor will be allowed a markup of 10% on the first $50,000 and a markup of 5% on any

amount over $50,000 on any subcontract directly related to the additional or unforeseen work. A

subcontractor mark-up will be allowed only by the prime Contractor and a first tier subcontractor.

(e) General Liability Insurance and Bond: The Contractor will receive a mark-up of 1.5% on the overall total

cost of the additional or unforeseen work for insurance and bond. In addition, in the instance of subcontractor performed work only, the subcontractor may receive a mark-up of up to and including not more than 1.5% on the overall total cost of the subcontracted additional or unforeseen work for insurance and bond; provided, however, that such subcontractor mark-up for subcontractor insurance and bond will only be paid upon presentment to the Department of clear and convincing proof that the subcontractor has actually provided and paid for separate liability and bond premiums for such additional or unforeseen work in such amount. The markups in (a), (b), (c) and (e) above include all indirect costs and expenses of the Contractor, including but not limited to overhead of any kind, and reasonable profit. The monetary compensation provided for above constitutes full and complete payment for such additional work and the Contractor shall have no right to any additional monetary compensation for any direct or indirect costs or profit for any such additional work beyond that expressly provided above. The Contractor shall be entitled to a time extension only to the extent that the performance of any portion of the additional work is a controlling work item and the performance of such controlling work item actually delays completion of the project due to no fault of the Contractor. All time related costs for actual performance of such additional work are included in the compensation already provided above and any time extension entitlement hereunder will be without additional monetary compensation. The Contractor shall have no right to any monetary compensation or damages whatsoever for any direct or indirect delay to a controlling work item arising out of or in any way

related to the circumstances leading up to or resulting from additional work, except (a) as is provided above when the performance of any portion of the additional work is a controlling work item and the performance of such controlling work item actually delays completion of the project due to no fault of the Contractor or

(b) only as provided for under Section 5-12.6.2.1 and 5-12.6.2.2.

Basis of Payment.

Item No. 4-3.2.1 Natural Gas Main Relocation Item No. 4-3.2.2 Natural Gas Service Relocation Item No. 4-3.2.3 Potable Water Main Relocation Item No. 4-3.2.4 Potable Water Service and Meter Relocation

SECTION 101 MOBILIZATION 101-1 Description. Perform preparatory work and operations in mobilizing for beginning work on the project, including, but not limited to, those operations necessary for the movement of personnel, equipment, supplies, and incidentals to the project site and for the establishment of temporary offices, buildings, safety equipment and first aid supplies, and sanitary and other facilities. Include the costs of bonds and any required insurance and any other preconstruction expense necessary for the start of the work, excluding the cost of construction materials. 101-2 Basis of Payment. 101-2.1 Item No. 101- 1- Mobilization - lump sum.

SECTION 102 MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC 102-1 Description. Maintain traffic within the limits of the project for the duration of the construction period, including any temporary suspensions of the work. Construct and maintain detours. Provide facilities for access to residences, businesses, etc., along the project. Furnish, install and maintain traffic control and safety devices during construction. Furnish and install work zone pavement markings for maintenance of traffic in construction areas. Provide any other special requirements for safe and expeditious movement of traffic specified on the plans. Maintenance of Traffic includes all facilities, devices and operations as required for safety and convenience of the public within the work zone. Do not maintain traffic over those portions of the project where no work is to be accomplished or where construction operations will not affect existing roads. Do not obstruct or create a hazard to any traffic during the performance of the work, and repair any damage to existing pavement open to traffic. Include the cost of any work that is necessary to meet the requirements of the Contract Documents under the MOT pay item when there is not a pay item provided. 102-13.23 Payment Items: Payment will be made under:

Item No. 102- 1- Maintenance of Traffic - lump sum.

SECTION 104 PREVENTION, CONTROL, AND ABATEMENT OF EROSION AND WATER POLLUTION 104-1 Description. Provide erosion control measures on the project and in areas outside the right-of-way where work is accomplished in conjunction with the project, so as to prevent pollution of water, detrimental effects to public or private property adjacent to the project right-of-way and damage to work on the project. Construct and maintain temporary erosion control features or, where practical, construct and maintain permanent erosion control features as shown in the plans or as may be directed by the Engineer. 104-2 General. Coordinate the installation of temporary erosion control features with the construction of the permanent erosion control features to the extent necessary to ensure economical, effective, and continuous control of erosion and water pollution throughout the life of the Contract. Due to unanticipated conditions, the Engineer may direct the use of control features or methods other than those included in the original Contract. In such event, the Department will pay for this additional work as unforeseeable work. 104-3 Control of Contractor’s Operations Which May Result in Water Pollution. Prevent pollution of streams, canals, lakes, reservoirs, and other water impoundments with fuels, oils, bitumens, calcium chloride, or other harmful materials. Also, conduct and schedule operations to avoid or otherwise minimize pollution or siltation of such water impoundments, and to avoid interference with movement of migratory fish. Do not dump any residue from dust collectors or washers into any live stream. Restrict construction operations in rivers, streams, lakes, tidal waters, reservoirs, canals, and other water impoundments to those areas where it is necessary to perform filling or excavation to accomplish the work shown in the plans and to those areas which must be entered to construct temporary or permanent structures. As soon as conditions permit, promptly clear rivers, streams, and impoundments of all obstructions placed therein or caused by construction operations. Do not frequently ford live streams with construction equipment. Wherever an appreciable number of stream crossings are necessary at any one location, use a temporary bridge or other structure. Except as necessary for construction, do not deposit excavated material in rivers, streams, canals, or impoundments, or in a position close enough thereto, to be washed away by high water or runoff. Where pumps are used to remove highly turbid waters from enclosed construction areas such as cofferdams or forms, treat the water by one or more of the following methods prior to discharge into State waters: pumping into grassed swales or appropriate vegetated areas or sediment basins, or confined by an appropriate enclosure such as turbidity barriers when other methods are not considered appropriate. Do not disturb lands or waters outside the limits of construction as staked, except as authorized by the Engineer. Obtain the Engineer’s approval for the location of, and method of operation in, borrow pits, material pits, and disposal areas furnished for waste material from the project (other than commercially operated sources) such that erosion during and after completion of the work will not result in probability of detrimental siltation or water pollution. 104-10 Basis of Payment. Prices and payments will be full compensation for all work specified in this Section, including construction and routine maintenance of temporary erosion control features and for mowing. Any additional costs resulting from compliance with the requirements of this Section, other than construction, routine maintenance, and removal of temporary erosion control features and mowing, will be included in the

Contract unit prices for the item or items to which such costs are related. The work of Grassing or Sodding designated as a temporary erosion control feature in accordance with 104-6.4.2 or 104-6.4.3 will be paid for under the appropriate pay items specified in Sections 570 and 575. Separate payment will not be made for the cost of constructing temporary earth berms along the edges of the roadways to prevent erosion during grading and subsequent operations. The Contractor shall include these costs in the Contract prices for grading items. Additional temporary erosion control features constructed as directed by the Engineer will be paid for as unforeseeable work. In case of repeated failure on the part of the Contractor to control erosion, pollution, or siltation, the Engineer reserves the right to employ outside assistance or to use the Department’s own forces to provide the necessary corrective measures. Any such costs incurred, including engineering costs, will be charged to the Contractor and appropriate deductions made from the monthly progress estimate. Payment will be made under:

Item No. 104-10- Baled Hay or Straw - each. Item No. 104-13- Staked Silt Fence - per foot.

SECTION 110 CLEARING AND GRUBBING 110-1 Description. Clear and grub within the areas of the roadway right-of-way and of borrow pits, sand-clay base material pits, lateral ditches, and any other areas shown in the plans to be cleared and grubbed. Remove and

dispose of all trees, stumps, roots and other such protruding objects, buildings, structures, appurtenances, existing flexible asphalt pavement, and other facilities necessary to prepare the area for the proposed construction. Remove and dispose of all product and debris not required to be salvaged or not required to complete the construction. Also, perform certain miscellaneous work the Engineer considers necessary for the complete preparation of the overall project site, as follows:

(a)

Plug any water wells that are encountered within the right-of-way and that are to be abandoned.

(b)

Level the terrain outside the limits of construction for purposes of facilitating maintenance and other

post-construction operations in accordance with 110-10.3.

(c) Trim trees and shrubs within the project right-of-way that are identified in the Contract Documents.

Meet the requirements for such miscellaneous work as specified in 110-10. 110-7 Removal of Existing Pavement. Remove and dispose of existing rigid portland cement concrete pavement, sidewalk, slope pavement, ditch pavement, asphalt pavement, curb, and curb and gutter etc., where shown in the plans or ordered by the Engineer to be removed or where required because of the construction operations. Any damage to existing concrete curb and gutter or existing pavement shall be repaired at the contractor’s expense. Repairs shall be made as directed by the engineer and to the satisfaction of the engineer. The cost of any sawcutting required to remove the existing sidewalk shall be included in the cost of sidewalk removal. 110-12.7 Payment Items: Payment will be made under:

Item No. 110- 4- Removal of Existing Pavement - per square yard.

SECTION 520 CONCRETE GUTTER, CURB ELEMENTS, AND TRAFFIC SEPARATOR 520-1 Description. Construct portland cement concrete Type F curb and gutter, concrete traffic separator, valley gutter, special concrete gutter, and any other types of concrete curb not specified in other Sections. 520-2 Materials. 520-2.1 Concrete: Use Class I concrete meeting the requirements of Section 347. 520-2.2 Reinforcement: For all steel reinforcement required by the plans, meet the requirements of Section 415. 520-2.3 Joint Materials: Meet the requirements of Section 932. 520-12 Basis of Payment. 520-12.1 General: Price and payment will be full compensation for all work specified in this Section. 520-12.5 Payment Items: Payment will be made under:

Item No. 520- 1- Concrete Curb and Gutter - per foot.

SECTION 522 CONCRETE SIDEWALK (Broom Finish Required on All Sections) 522-1 Description. Construct concrete sidewalks and sidewalk curb ramps as specified in the Roadway Lighting System and Sidewalk Replacement Plans as prepared by HNTB Corporation. Broom Finish Required on all sections including the spread footer for the light pole foundation. 522-2 Materials. Meet the requirements specified in 520-2. 522-3 Forms. Provide forms as specified in 520-3. 522-4 Foundation.

Compact fill areas, including cut areas under the sidewalk that have been excavated more than 6 inches [150 mm] below the bottom of sidewalk, to a minimum of 95% of AASHTO T 99 density. The area to be compacted is defined as that area directly under the sidewalk and 1 foot [300 mm] beyond each side of the sidewalk when right-of-way allows. 522-5 Joints. 522-5.1 Expansion Joints: Form 1/2 inch [13 mm] expansion joints between the sidewalk and the curb or driveway or at fixed objects and sidewalk intersections with a preformed joint filler meeting the requirements specified in 932-1.1. 522-5.2 Contraction Joints:

522-5.2.1 Types: The Contractor may use open type or sawed contraction joints. 522-5.2.2 Open-Type Joints: Form open type contraction joints by staking a metal bulkhead in place and depositing the concrete on both sides. After the concrete has set sufficiently to preserve the width and shape of the joint, remove the bulkhead. After finishing the sidewalk over the joint, edge the slot with a tool having a 1/2 inch [13 mm] radius. 522-5.2.3 Sawed Joints: If electing to saw the contraction joints, cut a slot approximately 3/16 inch [5 mm] wide and not less than 1 1/2 inches [40 mm] deep with a concrete saw after the concrete has set, and within the following periods of time:

Joints at not more than 30 feet [9 m] intervals

 

within

12 hours after finishing.

Remaining joints 522-10 Basis of Payment.

within

96 hours after finishing.

Price and payment will be full compensation for all work specified in this Section. Excavation will be paid for under the items for the grading work on the project. Payment will be made under:

Item No. 522- -1 Item No. 522- -2

4 inch Concrete Sidewalk - per square yard. 6 inch Concrete Sidewalk - per square yard.

SECTION 555 DIRECTIONAL BORE 555-1 Description. 555-1.1 Scope of Work: The work specified in this Section documents the approved construction methods, procedures and materials for Directional Boring, also commonly called Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD). 555-1.2 General: HDD is a trenchless method for installing a product that serves as a conduit for liquids, gasses, or as a duct for pipe, cable, or wire line products. It is a multi-stage process consisting of site preparation and restoration, equipment setup, and drilling a pilot bore along a predetermined path and then pulling the product back through the drilled space. When necessary, enlargement of the pilot bore hole may be necessary to accommodate a product larger than the pilot bore hole size. This process is referred to as back reaming and is done at the same time the product is being pulled back through the pilot bore hole. Accomplish alignment of the bore by proper orientation of the drill bit head as it is being pushed into the ground by a hydraulic jack. Determine orientation and tracking of the drill bit by an above ground radio detection device which picks up a radio signal generated from a transmitter located within the drill bit head. Then electronically translate the radio signal into depth and alignment. In order to minimize friction and prevent collapse of the bore hole, introduce a soil stabilizing agent (drilling fluid) into the annular bore space from the trailing end of the drill bit. The rotation of the bit in the soil wetted by the drilling fluid creates a slurry. The slurry acts to stabilize the surrounding soil and prevent collapse of the bore hole as well as provides lubrication. Select or design drilling fluids for the site specific soil and ground water conditions.

Confine free flowing (escaping) slurry or drilling fluids at the ground surface during pull back or drilling. Accomplish this by creating sump areas or vacuum operations to prevent damage or hazardous conditions in surrounding areas. Remove all residual slurry from the surface and restore the site to preconstruction conditions. 555-7 Method of Measurement. The method of measurement will be based on the length of product measured in place along the surface of the ground, complete and accepted. No additions or deductions will be made for sweeps in either the vertical or horizontal direction to complete the installation. 555-8 Basis of Payment. Price and payment will be full compensation for all work specified in this Section, including furnishing and installing pipe or conduit, from plan point of beginning to plan point of ending at plan depth, removal of excavated materials and spoils, removal and disposal of drilling fluids, backfilling, and complete restoration of the site. Bundled product in a single bore will be paid for as a single bore based on the required drill bit

head or back reamer head size. Separate payment shall not be made for individual products in a bundle. The installation and attachment of tracking conductors (wire or tape) will be included in the cost of the bore and will not be paid for separately. No payment will be made for failed bore paths, injection of flowable fill, products taken out of service or incomplete installations. No payment will be made for directional boring until a Bore Path Report has been delivered to the Engineer. After the Engineer’s acceptance of the Bore Path Report, payment will be made in the amount of 70% of the unit price bid, for Directional Boring. The remaining 30% of the unit price bid will be made after submittal of As-Built Plans, in accordance with 555-

6.2.

Payment will be made under:

Item No. 555-1 - Directional Bore - per foot of bore diameter.

SECTION 575 SODDING 575-1 Description. Establish a stand of grass within the specified areas, by furnishing and placing sod, and rolling, fertilizing, watering, and maintaining the sodded areas to ensure a healthy stand of grass. 575-2 Materials. Meet the following requirements:

Sod

981-2

Fertilizer, Type I

Section 982

Water

Section 983

575-3 Construction Methods. 575-3.1 Preparation of Ground: Fertilize at the rate as shown in Section 570. Scarify or loosen the areas requiring sod to a depth of 6 inches [150 mm]. On areas where the soil is sufficiently loose, particularly on shoulders and fill slopes, the Engineer may authorize the elimination of the ground preparation. Limit preparation to those areas that can be sodded within 72 hours after preparation. Prior to sodding, thoroughly water areas and allow water to percolate into the soil. Allow surface moisture to dry before sodding to prevent a muddy soil condition. 575-3.2 Placing Sod: Place sod immediately after ground preparation. Do not use sod which has been cut for more than 72 hours. Stack all sod that is not planted within 24 hours after cutting and maintain proper moist condition. Do not sod when weather and soil conditions are unsuitable for proper results. Pre-wet the area prior to placing sod. Do not place sod on eroded or washed out sites. Place the sod on the prepared surface, with edges in close contact, and embed it firmly and smoothly by light tamping with appropriate tools. Place the sod to the edge of all the paving and shrub areas and 1 inch [25 mm] below adjoining pavement with an even surface and edge. Place rolled sod parallel with the roadway and cut any exposed netting even with the sod edge. Roll using a lightweight turf roller. Provide a true and even surface without any displacement of the sod or deformation. Where sodding in drainage ditches, stagger the setting of the sod pieces to avoid a continuous seam along the line of flow. Ensure that the offsets of individual strips do not exceed 6 inches [150 mm]. Tamp the outer pieces of sod to produce a featheredge effect. Peg sod at locations where the sod may slide. Drive pegs through sod blocks into firm earth, at intervals approved by the Engineer. Remove any sod as directed by the Engineer. 575-3.3 Watering: Thoroughly water the sod immediately after placing. Do not water in excess of 1 inch [25 mm] per week for establishment.

575-3.4 Maintenance: Maintain the sodded areas in a satisfactory condition until final acceptance of the project. Include in such maintenance the filling, leveling, and repairing of any washed or eroded areas, as may be necessary. The Department will pay for resodding necessary due to factors determined to be beyond the control of the Contractor. Mow the sodded areas to a height of 6 inches [150 mm] when competing vegetation height exceeds 20 inches [500 mm] in height. 575-4 Method of Measurement. The quantities to be paid for will be for the following items, completed and accepted:

(1) The area, in square yards of sodding. (2) The weight, in tons of fertilizer. (3) The volume, in thousand gallons of water. 575-5 Basis of Payment. Prices and payments will be full compensation for all work and materials specified in this Section, and the satisfactory disposal of excavated material, except the furnishing of the fertilizer, and the furnishing and application of the water. Fertilizer and water will be paid for as specified in 570-6. The work and materials for pegging of sod, directed by the Engineer (as provided in 575-3.2), will be paid for as Unforeseeable Work. Payment will be made under:

Item No. 570- 5- Fertilizer - per ton. Item No. 570- 9- Water for Grassing - per thousand gallons. Item No. 575- 1- Sodding - per square yard.

SECTION 715 HIGHWAY LIGHTING SYSTEM 715-1 Description. Install a highway lighting system in accordance with the details shown in the plans. Include in the system the light poles, bases, luminaires, ballasts, pull boxes, cable, conduit, substations, expansion joints, protective devices, transformers and control devices; all as specified or required for the complete facility. 715-2 Shop Drawings and Working Drawings. Submit shop drawings and working drawings with descriptive specifications and engineering data for panel board, transformer, primary oil switch, fused cutouts, non-standard light poles (including brackets), luminaires, ballast, photo-electric cell, and cable or any other item requested by the Engineer as specified in Section 5. 715-3 Materials and Equipment to be Installed. 715-3.1 General: Meet the materials and equipment requirements of Section 992. Provide products of established, reputable manufacturers of electrical equipment, meeting NEC requirements, the regulations of the National Board of Fire Underwriters, and the approval of the Engineer. 715-3.2 Criterion Designation of Materials and Equipment: Where a criterion specification is designated for any material or equipment to be installed, by the name or catalog number of a specific manufacturer, understand that such designation is intended only for the purpose of establishing the style, quality, performance characteristics, etc., and is not intended to limit the acceptability of competitive products. The Engineer will consider products of other manufacturers which are approved as similar and equal as equally acceptable. 715-4 Furnishing of Electrical Service. Start the system with a weatherhead on a riser on a service pole and extend through the required metering equipment of the power company, and through the lighting system as shown. The power company will provide service to the areas in the vicinities indicated. Consult and cooperate with the power company in locating its distribution transformer and service pole so that the lines will be as short and direct as possible. Bear any line-extension costs up to the first 2,000 feet [600 m]. Furnish or install only those parts of the metering equipment or connections that are customary and required by the power company in the locality involved. 715-5 Excavation and Backfilling. 715-5.1 General: For excavation and backfilling, meet the requirements of Section 125, except that when rock is encountered, carry the excavation 3 inches [75 mm] below the required level and re-fill with sand or with selected earth material, 100% of which passes the 1 inch [25 mm] sieve. 715-5.2 Trenches for Cable: Construct trenches for cable or conduit no less than 6 inches [150 mm] in width and deep enough to provide a minimum cover in accordance with the Design Standards.

715-5.3 Placing Backfill for Cable: For installation of the cable, place an initial layer of 6 inches [150 mm] thick, loose measurement, sand or selected earth material, 100% of which passes a 1 inch [25 mm] sieve. Place and compact the remaining material in accordance with 125-8. 715-6 Concrete Bases for Light Poles. 715-6.1 Bases: Provide bases for light poles of the sizes and shapes shown in the plans. Screw Base Foundations are NOT approved under any circumstances. 715-6.2 Setting Anchor Bolts: Set anchor bolts according to manufacturer’s templates and adjust to a plumb line, check for elevation and location, and hold rigidly in position to prevent displacement while pouring concrete. 715-6.3 Installation: Cure cast-in-place foundations and spread footers for a minimum of seven days before installing the roadway light poles or high mast light poles; except that the Engineer may allow pole installations prior to seven days provided the footing concrete strength is at least 2,500 psi [17 MPa]. Determine concrete strength from tests on a minimum of two test cylinders, tested in accordance with Section 346. Fill the voids around precast concrete foundations under roadway light poles with flowable fill meeting the requirements of Section 121 or clean sands placed using hydraulic methods to a level 6 inches [150 mm] below grade. Broom Finish Required on Spread Footers and Sidewalk Sections. 715-6.4 Alternate Foundation: Screw Base Foundations are Not Approved for this project. 715-7 Laying Cables. Place the direct-burial cables by moving the cable reel along the trench so that the cables are placed directly in their final position in the trench, with a minimum of handling and dragging. Space the cables at least 3 inches [75 mm] apart, both vertically and horizontally, and separate them with clean sand. Place the bottom cables on a 3 inches [75 mm] bed of sand and cover the top cables with 3 inches [75 mm] of sand prior to backfilling. Leave at least 3 feet [0.9 m] of slack cable where the cable enters and leaves ducts, and after looping into light poles. Leave adequate slack in light poles and bracket cables and other conductors. Protect cables pulled into conduit or ducts against abrasion with conduit bells placed over the inlet end of the conduit, protect cables against kinking, and twisting. Locate pull boxes so that the cable is not subjected to excessive pulling stresses. 715-8 Splicing. Make all conductor splices in the bases of the light poles, or in pull boxes designed for the purpose. Do not make underground splices unless specifically authorized by the Engineer, and then only as directed by him. Make all necessary splices or connections with solderless connectors or compression sleeves. Do not use twist-on connectors if any of the conductors involved are larger than No. 10. 715-9 Conduit and Ducts. 715-9.1 General: Install conduit and ducts at the locations shown in the plans, or as required for a satisfactory installation. Provide conduit or ducts for all crossings under roads and streets. 715-9.2 Conduit in Structures: Use conduit of either rigid steel or PVC for embedding in structural concrete. Install an expansion joint at every structural expansion joint through which the conduit passes. Provide exposed runs of conduit with adequate expansion joints as shown in the plans or approved by the Engineer. Obtain the Engineer’s approval of the design of the expansion joints. 715-9.3 Pre-wired Direct-burial Duct: Where specifically specified in the plans or directed by the Engineer, install a pre-wired, flexible polyethylene plastic pipe containing the conductors for the lighting circuits. Provide conductors and polyethylene pipe as described in the plans. 715-10 Erecting Light Poles. 715-10.1 General: Install the light poles at the locations and in accordance with the details shown in the plans. Unless otherwise specifically approved by the Engineer, fasten bracket (truss) arms to the pole prior to erection. Do not field weld on any part of the pole assembly. Plumb the poles after erection and use metal shims or leveling nuts if necessary to obtain precise alignment. Use a thin cement grout where necessary to eliminate unevenness or irregularities in the top of the base. 715-10.2 Adjusting Anchor Bolts: Where poles are to be placed on existing foundations or bases with anchor bolts in place, furnish poles with a base which fits the anchor bolt spacing. Include the cost of any necessary extension of existing anchor bolts in the price bid for the lighting system. 715-10.3 Installation of Luminaire: Install the luminaire on the truss arm in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, and place it so that the light pattern is evenly distributed along the roadway. 715-10.4 Electrical Connections: Make primary ballast connections in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. Install sufficient cable to allow all connections to be made outside the light pole base. Connect the ground conductor to the ground stud provided.

715-10.5 Identification Plates: If required by the Contract Documents, stamp the identification plate on the pole with an identifying number or legend. Number the poles consecutively, beginning with number 1. Stamp each light pole number with 3/4 inch [19 mm] figures and stamp each circuit number with 1/2 inch [13 mm] figures. 715-11 Grounding. Ground in accordance with the National Electrical Code and local codes which exceed these Specifications. Ground each metal light pole not on a bridge structure with an approved rod, 20 feet [6.0 m] in length and at least 5/8 inch [15.87 mm] in diameter. For poles on bridge structures, bring the grounding conductors out to a pull box at each end of the structure and connect them to driven ground rods, 20 feet [6.0 m] in length and at least 5/8 inch [15.87 mm] in diameter. The 20 feet [6.0 m] length of rod may be either two rods 10 feet [3.0 m] in length connected by a threaded coupling and driven as a single rod or two rods 10 feet [3.0 m] in length separated by at least 6 feet [1.83 m]. Make all bonds between ground wires and grounding electrode assemblies or arrays with an exothermic bond with the following exception: do not exothermically bond grounding electrode to grounding electrode connections. The work specified in this Section will not be paid for directly, but will be considered as incidental work. Ground all high mast poles in accordance with the details for grounding in the Design Standards, Index No. 17502. 715-12 Labeling. Stencil labels on the cases of oil switch, transformer, panel board, and photo-electric cell with white oil paint, as designated by the Engineer. Also, mark the correct circuit designations in accordance with the wiring diagram on the terminal marking strips of each terminal block and on the card holder in the panel board. 715-13 Markers. Construct duct, cable, and splice markers as shown in the plans, and place them over the ends of underground ducts and at each change in direction of cable or conduit run. Place markers flat on the ground with 1 inch [25 mm] projecting above finished grade. 715-14 Tests of Installation. Upon completion of the work, test the installation to ensure that the installation is entirely free of ground faults, short circuits, and open circuits and that it is in satisfactory working condition. Furnish all labor, materials, and apparatus necessary for making the required tests. Remove and replace any defective material or workmanship discovered as a result of these tests at no expense to the Department, and make subsequent re-tests to the satisfaction of the Engineer. Make all arrangements with the power supplier for power. Pay all costs, excluding energy charges, required for the test period. Not less than 48 hours prior to the beginning of the test period, give the power supplier the schedule for such test. Test the installation under normal operating conditions during the seven day test period specified in 715-15, rather than as a continuous burn test period. If the work is not open to traffic at the end of the seven day test period, de- energize the lighting system until the work is opened. 715-15 Acceptance of Highway Lighting. The Engineer may make partial acceptance of the highway lighting based on satisfactory performance of all highway lighting for seven consecutive days. The seven day evaluation period may commence upon written authorization by the Engineer that highway lighting is considered ready for acceptance evaluation. Contract Time will be charged during the entire highway lighting evaluation period. Correct any defects in materials or workmanship which might appear during the evaluation period at no expense to the Department. Transfer to the Department any guarantees on equipment or materials furnished by the manufacturer and ensure that the manufacturer includes with such guarantees the provision that they are subject to such transfer, and proper validation of such fact. The Department’s written acceptance of highway lighting and the transfer to the Department of all manufacturer guarantees will be conditions precedent to final acceptance of all work under the Contract in accordance with 5-11. 715-16 Method of Measurement. The quantities to be paid for will be as follows, completed and accepted:

(a) Conduit: The length, in feet [meters], including elbows, sweeps, connecting hardware, trenching and

backfill as indicated in the plans and the Design Standards, and the cost of restoring cut pavement, sidewalks, sod, and etc., to its original condition.

(b) Luminaire and Truss Arm: The Contract unit price will include the truss arm, luminaire with lamp, and all

necessary mounting hardware as indicated in the plans and the Design Standards.

(c)

Load Center: The Contract unit price will include the service pole, insulators, weatherheads,

transformers, enclosures, panel boards, breakers, safety switches, H.O.A. switches, lighting protectors,

fuses, photo electric assembly, meter base, and all external and internal conduit and conductors for the service as indicated in the plans and the Design Standards.

(d) Light Pole Foundation: The Contract unit price will include the foundation and anchor bolts with lock

nuts and washers as indicated in the plans and the Design Standards.

(e) Luminaire: The Contract unit price will include the luminaire with lamp and necessary mounting

hardware as indicated in the plans and the Design Standards.

(f) Pull Box: The Contract unit price will include the pull box and cover as indicated in the plans and the

Design Standards.

(g) High Mast Parts: The Contract unit price will include the part specified with all mounting hardware as

indicated in the Contract Documents and the Design Standards.

(h) Frangible Base for Light Pole: The Contract unit price will include the frangible base, attachments, bolts,

and washers as indicated in the plans and the Design Standards.

(i) Photo Electric Control Assembly: The Contract unit price will include the photo electric control,

transformers, conduit, and conductors as indicated in the plans and the Design Standards.

(j) Pre-Fab Pilaster: The Contract unit price will include the pilaster and all mounting hardware as indicated

in the plans.

(k) High Mast Lighting Pole Complete: The Contract unit price will include the pole, luminaires with lamps,

lowering system, breakers and anchor bolts with lock nuts and washers as indicated in the plans and the Design Standards. (l) Conductor: The length, in feet [meters], as indicated in the plans and the Design Standards.

(m) Lighting Pole Complete: The Contract unit price will include the pole, truss arm, luminaire with lamp,

anchor bolts with lock nuts and washers, frangible base and foundation.

(n) Pole Cable Distribution System: The Contract Unit price will include the surge

protector, fuse holders with fuses, waterproof connectors and the waterproof wiring connection to the luminaries. 715-17 Basis of Payment. Prices and payments will be full compensation for all work specified in this Section, including all materials, equipment and tests.

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PRICE PROPOSAL

 
 

NAME AND LOCATION OF PROJECT

 
 

Date:

/

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The Contractor Shall Furnish All Labor, Materials, Equipment, Tools, MOT, Supplies, and All Other Items Required To Complete The Work In Accordance With The Contract Documents.

ROADWAY

Pay Item

Description

 

Qty

Unit

Unit Cost

Extended

FDOT BEM #

Cost

101

Mobilization

 

LS

   

102-1

Maintenance of Traffic

 

LS

   

104-10

Hay or Straw Bale (18"x18"x36")

 

EA

   

104-13

Silt Fence Staked (Type III)

 

LF

   

110-4

Removal of Existing Pavement (Clearing & Grubbing)

 

SY

   

520-1

Concrete Curb and Gutter

 

LF

   

522-1

Concrete Sidewalk (4" Depth)

 

SY

   

522-2

Concrete Sidewalk (6" Depth at Commercial Driveways)

 

SY

   

570-5

Fertilizer (265 lbs/acre of 16-4-8)

 

TN

   

570-9

Water for Grassing (1 inch per week) (Thousand Gallons)

 

MG

   

575-1

Sodding (To Match Existing Conditions)

 

SY

   
         

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Sub Total - Roadway

       

LIGHTING

555-1

Directional Bore Less Than 6" (2” PVC Schedule 40)

 

LF

   

715-1-113

Conductor (Insulated) (No. 6)

 

LF

   

715-2-115

Conduit (Underground) (2" PVC Schedule 40)

   

LF

   

715-7-11

Load Center (Secondary Voltage)

 

EA

   

715-14-11

Pull Box (Roadside)

 

EA

   

715-xxx-xxx

Standard xx ft. Aluminum Light Pole w/x’ Arm Complete and Installed including light pole foundations.

 

EA

   
         

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Sub Total - Lighting

       
 

Total Estimated Project Cost

       

Deductive Alternate Light Pole Configuration

 
 

LUMEC All Aluminum Light Pole Assembly DMS50-

       

250MH-SG3-480-LD-DL-CRL-1A-SAM8-23.5-GN6-TX-

No BEM #

MS11684B with Powder Coat Ivy Green Finish Complete and Installed including light pole foundations per plans.

EA

Deductive Alternate Extra Decorative Light Poles

 
 

LUMEC All Aluminum Light Pole Assembly DMS50-

       

250MH-SG3-480-LD-DL-CRL-1A-SAM8-23.5-GN6-TX-

No BEM #

MS11684B with Powder Coat Ivy Green Finish Complete for Replacement Units due to damage after installation during normal service.

EA

     
     

     
     

     
     

 

 

 

Mounting Height Measured From Pavement To Luminaire

LUMINAIRE WITH FULL CUTOFF OPTICS AS SHOWN ON PLANS

Do Not Use Twist-on Connectors If Any Of The Conductors Involved Are Larger Than #10.

*

18" OVAL MAINTENANCE

LOOP SECURED IN CENTER WITH PLASTIC TIE WRAP

SECONDARY SURGE ARRESTER HESCO/RLS HE480 (or equivalent)

BREAKAWAY FUSEHOLDER ON 480 VOLT SIDE WITH 10 AMP FNQ SLOW BLOW FUSE. (HEB-AW-RYC or equivalent) (LINE POLE) (HEB-AW-RLC-J or equivalent) (END POLE)

(PHASE COLOR CODE = BLACK)

PULLING BELL WITH CONDUIT SEAL PER ROAD & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION SPECS. 630-3.5 WATERPROOF SPLICE *
PULLING BELL WITH CONDUIT SEAL
PER ROAD & BRIDGE
CONSTRUCTION SPECS. 630-3.5
WATERPROOF SPLICE
*
STRAIN RELIEF FITTING
Thomas&Betts TY-RAP (R)
Single Bundle Mounting Plate
POLYMER CONCRETE
PULL BOX AND LID
TOP OF CONDUIT
2" MIN.
12" Crushed Stone

UL Approved Ground Rod 5/8"x20' Long The 20 feet length of rod may be either two rods 10 feet in length connected by an irreversible coupling and driven as a single rod or two rods 10 feet in length and separated by at least 20 feet.

Make all bonds between ground wires and ground electrode assemblies or arrays with an exothermic bond.

* Provide cable length to remove fuseholders, surge arrester, and ballast from pole for maintenance. Remove slack from the luminaire cable to provide tension on the fuseholders if the pole breaks away. Pull excess cable into pull box and tighten strain relief fitting at conduit to prevent cable from slipping. (per FDOT Index 17500 rev. 07/01/05 sheet 1 of 3)

See NEC 250.53 Grounding Electrode Installation

1 of 3) See NEC 250.53 Grounding Electrode Installation DO NOT GROUND POLE WITHIN 2X GROUND

DO NOT GROUND POLE WITHIN 2X GROUND ROD LENGTH OF TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROLLER CABINET OR CONTROLLER CABINET GROUNDING ELECTRODE OR GROUNDING ARRAY.

Ref: FDOT Design Standard Index 17500 rev. 07/01/05 NEC 2005

Ref: FDOT Design Standard Index 17500 rev. 07/01/05 NEC 2005 DATE: 04-07-06 + CONCRETE PAD DRAWING
Ref: FDOT Design Standard Index 17500 rev. 07/01/05 NEC 2005 DATE: 04-07-06 + CONCRETE PAD DRAWING
Ref: FDOT Design Standard Index 17500 rev. 07/01/05 NEC 2005 DATE: 04-07-06 + CONCRETE PAD DRAWING

DATE: 04-07-06

+

CONCRETE PAD

17500 rev. 07/01/05 NEC 2005 DATE: 04-07-06 + CONCRETE PAD DRAWING NO.: CCTO 06-4184 TRUSS ARM
17500 rev. 07/01/05 NEC 2005 DATE: 04-07-06 + CONCRETE PAD DRAWING NO.: CCTO 06-4184 TRUSS ARM

DRAWING NO.: CCTO 06-4184

TRUSS ARM PER PROJECT PLANS BLACK or RED (HOT) AWG 10 WHITE (NEUTRAL) AWG 10

TRUSS ARM PER PROJECT PLANS

BLACK or RED (HOT) AWG 10

WHITE (NEUTRAL) AWG 10

GREEN (GROUND) AWG 10 (As Required by Manufacturer)

CAST ALUMINUM MOUNTING BANDS FRONT & BACK WITH STAINLESS STEEL BOLTS, LOCKWASHERS & NUTS

COMPRESSION SLEEVE & HEAT SHRINK INSULATION

BREAKAWAY FUSEHOLDER ON NEUTRAL SIDE WITH SOLID COPPER FUSE NEUTRAL THE SAME SIZE AS FNQ10 FUSE. (HET-AW-RYC or equivalent) (LINE POLE) (HET-AW-RLC-J or equivalent) (END POLE) (PHASE COLOR CODE = WHITE)

SPLIT BOLT CONNECTOR AND ALL BARE WIRE SHALL BE WRAPPED

WITH 3M SUPER 33 VINYL PLASTIC

ELECTRICAL TAPE OR EQUIVALENT

WITH 3M SUPER 33 VINYL PLASTIC ELECTRICAL TAPE OR EQUIVALENT GROUND LUG LOCATED OPPOSITE HANDHOLE TOP

GROUND LUG LOCATED OPPOSITE HANDHOLE

TOP OF FLOWABLE FILL/SAND

1/2" PVC IN BASE FOR PASSAGE OF STRANDED AWG 6 CU GROUND WIRE

MINIMUM AWG 6 INSULATED THWN STRANDED COPPER CIRCUIT CONDUCTORS AND CONDUIT AS SHOWN IN PROJECT PLANS. BLACK or RED=HOT, WHITE=NEUTRAL, GREEN=GROUND (COLOR-CODED MARKING TAPE IS NOT APPROVED)

AWG 6 THWN STRANDED COPPER GROUNDING CONDUCTOR CONNECTING ALL POLES.

FLOWABLE FILL BETWEEN

PRECAST FOUNDATION AND

WALL OF EXCAVATION OR

HYDRAULIC PLACED CLEAN

SANDS PER 715-6.3 White Edge Line

20' SETBACK FROM EDGE OF TRAVELED

PAVEMENT OR 4' FROM FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ON PLANS.

FRANGIBLE TRANSFORMER BASE

Class II Foundation Concrete may be cast in place or precast with "flowable fill" backfill per FDOT Index 17515 sheet 3 of 3 or Hydraulic Placed Clean Sands per 715-6.3

sheet 3 of 3 or Hydraulic Placed Clean Sands per 715-6.3 COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS State
sheet 3 of 3 or Hydraulic Placed Clean Sands per 715-6.3 COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS State

COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS

Clean Sands per 715-6.3 COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS State Highway Pole Wiring Detail Conventional Aluminum Light
Clean Sands per 715-6.3 COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS State Highway Pole Wiring Detail Conventional Aluminum Light

State Highway Pole Wiring Detail

Conventional Aluminum Light Pole

DRAWN BY: JWM

APPROVED BY: RWT

Revised: 08-21-09

21

Pole Wiring Detail Conventional Aluminum Light Pole DRAWN BY: JWM APPROVED BY: RWT Revised: 08-21-09 21
Pole Wiring Detail Conventional Aluminum Light Pole DRAWN BY: JWM APPROVED BY: RWT Revised: 08-21-09 21
 

 

 

See CCTO 08-202 for Dual Arm Pole

3040 3030 3000 2-3/8" OD x 4" Tenon For Pole Top Mount (Included with Pole)
3040
3030
3000
2-3/8" OD x 4" Tenon
For Pole Top Mount
(Included with Pole)
thru
3035 thru
3025
CAST ALUMINUM MOUNTING
BANDS FRONT & BACK WITH
6490 6500
6415
STAINLESS STEEL BOLTS,
LOCKWASHERS & NUTS
6425
4035
1070
1000
6420
thru
1075
1065
4005
4025
4030
PULLING BELL WITH CONDUIT SEAL
PER ROAD & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION
SPECIFICATIONS 630-3.5
SPLIT BOLT CONNECTOR AND ALL
6460 BARE WIRE SHALL BE WRAPPED
WITH 3M SUPER 33 VINYL PLASTIC
ELECTRICAL TAPE OR EQUIVALENT
TOP OF CONDUIT
2" MIN.
Finished Grade
GROUND LUG LOCATED
OPPOSITE HANDHOLE
+
6" MIN.
6"
-
30" MIN.
TOP OF FLOWABLE FILL/SAND
CONDUIT AS SHOWN ON PLANS
(FDOT Index 17764 & 17721)
6400 BLACK AWG 6 CONDUCTOR
6410 WHITE AWG 6 CONDUCTOR
2000
2000
6405 GREEN AWG 6 CONDUCTOR
2005
2005
BLACK=HOT, WHITE=NEUTRAL, GREEN=GROUND
2010
2010
6810 The 20 feet length of rod may be either
two rods 10 feet in length connected by
an irreversible coupling and driven as a
single rod or two rods 10 feet in length
and separated by at least 20 feet.

Item

Description / Part No.

3000

- 3025

Luminaire, Full Cutoff CobraHead

3030 - 3035

Luminaire, Semi Cutoff CobraHead

3040

Luminaire, Turnpike

1070

- 3075

Pole, Round Tapered Aluminum with Top Tenon Mount

1000

- 1065

Pole, Round Tapered Aluminum

2000-2005-2010

Transformer Base Aluminum (TB1-17) (TB2-17) (TB3-17)

4035

Surge Protector

4025

Fuse Holder with Fuse and Boots (Black)

4005

Fuse 10 amp 500 VAC Time Delay

4030

Fuse Holder with Fuse Neutral and Boots (White)

6415

Black AWG 10 Stranded Copper Conductor

6425

White AWG 10 Stranded Copper Conductor

6420

Green AWG 10 Stranded Copper Conductor

6400

Black AWG 6 Stranded Copper Conductor

6410

White AWG 6 Stranded Copper Conductor

6405

Green AWG 6 Stranded Copper Conductor

6460

Split Bolt Connector

6490

Heat Shrink Insulation

6500

Tinned Copper Compression Splice

6810

Grounding Electrode 5/8" Diameter x 20 ft. Copper Clad

Ref: FDOT Design Standards 1994. FDOT Design Standards 2008. NEC 2005

Revised: 8-24-09

COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS

STANDARD ROADWAY LIGHTING

ALUMINUM & GALVANIZED POLE INSTALLATION Cobra Head and Turnpike Luminaire

DATE: 05-21-04

DRAWN BY: JWM

DRAWING No. CCTO 04-226

23

6000 6020 6030 6025 6015 6040 6010 6045 6005 6050 6035 6060 6075 6065 6080
6000
6020
6030
6025
6015
6040
6010
6045
6005
6050
6035
6060
6075
6065
6080
6070
6055
Finished Grade
24'

Item

Description

 

6000

Complete Luminaire Assembly

 

6005

Globe (DL w/Frame - LMS12684A)

 

6010

Reflector (SG3-LMS11684A)Optics

 

6015

Lower Housing

Available As One Unit Only HSG ONLY - LMS11684A

 

6020

Upper Housing

 

6025

Suspension Ring Adaptor 107598

 

6030

Arm

6035

Decorative Bands (Scroll - LMS11684A)

 

6040

Central Adaptor (LMS11684A)

 

6045

Pole (SSM8-27-LMS11684A)

 

6050

Decorative Cover (Transition Fitter - LMS11684A)

6055

Base

(Included with Pole 2150)

 

6060

Access Door (Handhole Cover - LMS11684A)

 

6065

Base Cover

(LMS11684A)

 

6070

Cover (BRWY BSCOV - LMS11684A)

 

6075

Upper Banner Arm

(BAS-LMS11684A)

6080

Lower Breakaway Banner Arm (BABS - LMS11684A)

Revised: 08-31-09

Date: 08-12-02

Drawn: JWM

COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS

LUMEC DECORATIVE STREETLIGHT ASSEMBLY US 41, Fredrick to Courthouse Shadows

250 watt Metal Halide DMS30 LMS11684A(Type A)

Drawing No. CCTO 03-204

24

See Drawing Number CCTO 03-204 for Pole Details

LUMEC 250 watt Metal Halide Lamp Assembly DMS30 LMS11684A - 24 ft. Mounting Height

Lamp Assembly DMS30 LMS11684A - 24 ft. Mounting Height 6420 GREEN (GROUND) AWG 10 (As Required
6420 GREEN (GROUND) AWG 10 (As Required by Manufacturer) 6415 6490 6500 COMPRESSION SLEEVE &
6420
GREEN (GROUND) AWG 10
(As Required by Manufacturer)
6415
6490
6500
COMPRESSION SLEEVE &
HEAT SHRINK INSULATION
BLACK (HOT) AWG 10
6425
WHITE (NEUTRAL) AWG 10
4035 SECONDARY SURGE ARRESTER
HESCO/RLS HE480 (or equivalent)
3820
250
watt Metal Halide BALLAST
480
volt Advance 71A5740-001D
4005
4025
BREAKAWAY FUSEHOLDER ON 480 VOLT
SIDE WITH 10 AMP FNQ SLOW BLOW FUSE.
(HEB-AW-RYC or equivalent) (LINE POLE)
(HEB-AW-RLC-J or equivalent) (END POLE)
(PHASE COLOR CODE = BLACK)
6460 SPLIT BOLT CONNECTOR AND ALL
BARE WIRE SHALL BE WRAPPED
WITH 3M SUPER 33 VINYL PLASTIC
ELECTRICAL TAPE OR EQUIVALENT
4030 BREAKAWAY FUSEHOLDER ON NEUTRAL
SIDE WITH SOLID COPPER FUSE NEUTRAL
THE SAME SIZE AS FNQ10 FUSE.
(HET-AW-RYC or equivalent) (LINE POLE)
(HET-AW-RLC-J or equivalent) (END POLE)
(PHASE COLOR CODE = WHITE)
2" MIN.
+
6" MIN.
6"
-
30" MIN.
TOP OF FLOWABLE FILL
2" PVC CONDUIT AS
SHOWN IN PROJECT PLANS.
1/2" PVC IN BASE FOR PASSAGE
OF STRANDED AWG 6 COPPER
GROUND WIRE.
FLOWABLE FILL BETWEEN
PRECAST FOUNDATION AND
WALL OF EXCAVATION
6405
GREEN AWG 6 (MINIMUM) INSULATED STRANDED
COPPER GROUND WIRE CONNECTING ALL POLES.
6400
BLACK AWG 6 (MINIMUM) INSULATED STRANDED COPPER
CIRCUIT CONDUCTOR AS SHOWN IN PROJECT PLANS.
6410 WHITE AWG 6 (MINIMUM) INSULATED STRANDED COPPER
NEUTRAL AS SHOWN IN PROJECT PLANS.
BLACK=HOT, WHITE=NEUTRAL, GREEN=GROUND
6810
UL APPROVED GROUND
ROD 5/8"x20' LONG

The 20 feet length of rod may be either two rods 10 feet in length connected by

a threaded coupling and driven as a single

rod or two rods 10 feet in length separated by at least 20 feet.

Make all bonds between ground wires and ground electrode assemblies or arrays with an exothermic bond.

DO NOT GROUND POLE WITHIN 2X GROUND ROD LENGTH OF TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROLLER CABINET OR CONTROLLER CABINET GROUNDING ELECTRODE OR GROUNDING ARRAY.

revised: 8-25-09

GROUNDING ELECTRODE OR GROUNDING ARRAY. revised: 8-25-09 Class I (Special) Foundation Concrete may be cast-in-place

Class I (Special) Foundation Concrete may be cast-in-place or precast with "flowable fill" backfill per FDOT Index 17515 sheet 3 of 7

COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS

LUMEC Decorative Pole Wiring Detail

US 41, Fredrick to Courthouse Shadows

DATE: 04-07-06

DRAWN BY: JWM

DRAWING No. CCTO 03-204A

25

Item

5000

5005

5010

5015

5020

5025

5030

5035

5035

5015

5005

5010

5025

5000

Description / Part No.

AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057

5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5025 5000 Description / Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM
5035 5000 5030 5020
5035
5000
5030
5020
/ Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM Description: Valmont/AAL Lighting
/ Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM Description: Valmont/AAL Lighting
/ Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM Description: Valmont/AAL Lighting
/ Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM Description: Valmont/AAL Lighting
/ Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM Description: Valmont/AAL Lighting
/ Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM Description: Valmont/AAL Lighting
/ Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM Description: Valmont/AAL Lighting
/ Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM Description: Valmont/AAL Lighting
/ Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM Description: Valmont/AAL Lighting
/ Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM Description: Valmont/AAL Lighting
/ Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM Description: Valmont/AAL Lighting
/ Part No. AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057 5035 5000 5030 5020 5030 TWIN SCROLL ARM Description: Valmont/AAL Lighting

5030

TWIN SCROLL ARM

Description: Valmont/AAL Lighting Universe Series Valmont #LH24755B AAL #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057

See Drawing No. CCTO 03-200 for Pole Wiring Details

See Drawing No. CCTO 03-200 for Pole Wiring Details Valmont 7"x4" Lightpole Shaft Dwg. #LH24755B (Single
See Drawing No. CCTO 03-200 for Pole Wiring Details Valmont 7"x4" Lightpole Shaft Dwg. #LH24755B (Single

Valmont 7"x4" Lightpole Shaft Dwg. #LH24755B (Single Scrool Arm)

Lightpole Shaft Dwg. #LH24755B (Single Scrool Arm) Valmont Transformer Base Dwg. #07R1012B17 (Single Scroll
Lightpole Shaft Dwg. #LH24755B (Single Scrool Arm) Valmont Transformer Base Dwg. #07R1012B17 (Single Scroll

Valmont Transformer Base Dwg. #07R1012B17 (Single Scroll Arm)

Transformer Base Dwg. #07R1012B17 (Single Scroll Arm) Valmont Single Scroll Arm Dwg. #lLH24755B Valmont Twin
Transformer Base Dwg. #07R1012B17 (Single Scroll Arm) Valmont Single Scroll Arm Dwg. #lLH24755B Valmont Twin

Valmont Single Scroll Arm Dwg. #lLH24755B

Valmont Twin Scroll Arm Dwg. #lLH24755B

Arm Dwg. #lLH24755B Valmont Twin Scroll Arm Dwg. #lLH24755B Valmont 10"x6" Lightpole Shaft Dwg. #LH24755B (Twin
Arm Dwg. #lLH24755B Valmont Twin Scroll Arm Dwg. #lLH24755B Valmont 10"x6" Lightpole Shaft Dwg. #LH24755B (Twin

Valmont 10"x6" Lightpole Shaft Dwg. #LH24755B (Twin Scrool Arm)

Lightpole Shaft Dwg. #LH24755B (Twin Scrool Arm) Valmont Transformer Base Dwg. #10R1315B17 (Twin Scroll Arm)
Lightpole Shaft Dwg. #LH24755B (Twin Scrool Arm) Valmont Transformer Base Dwg. #10R1315B17 (Twin Scroll Arm)

Valmont Transformer Base Dwg. #10R1315B17 (Twin Scroll Arm)

Valmont Transformer Base Dwg. #10R1315B17 (Twin Scroll Arm) Valmont Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws Dwg.
Valmont Transformer Base Dwg. #10R1315B17 (Twin Scroll Arm) Valmont Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws Dwg.
Valmont Transformer Base Dwg. #10R1315B17 (Twin Scroll Arm) Valmont Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws Dwg.
Valmont Transformer Base Dwg. #10R1315B17 (Twin Scroll Arm) Valmont Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws Dwg.

Valmont Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws Dwg. #LH24755B

Valmont Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws Dwg. #LH24755B Revised: 08-31-09 COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS DATE:
Valmont Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws Dwg. #LH24755B Revised: 08-31-09 COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS DATE:
Valmont Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws Dwg. #LH24755B Revised: 08-31-09 COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS DATE:
Valmont Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws Dwg. #LH24755B Revised: 08-31-09 COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS DATE:
Valmont Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws Dwg. #LH24755B Revised: 08-31-09 COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS DATE:
Valmont Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws Dwg. #LH24755B Revised: 08-31-09 COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS DATE:
Valmont Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws Dwg. #LH24755B Revised: 08-31-09 COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS DATE:
Valmont Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws Dwg. #LH24755B Revised: 08-31-09 COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS DATE:

Revised: 08-31-09

COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS

Revised: 08-31-09 COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS DATE: 08-15-02 VALMONT / AAL LIGHTING 250 watt Metal Halide
Revised: 08-31-09 COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS DATE: 08-15-02 VALMONT / AAL LIGHTING 250 watt Metal Halide

DATE: 08-15-02

VALMONT / AAL LIGHTING 250 watt Metal Halide

Livingston Road, Golden Gate Pkwy to Pine Ridge Rd

DRAWN BY: JWM

DRAWING No. CCTO 03-205

26

5055 5065 5050 5060 5070 Complete Pole Assembly Powder Coated Black Textured Per HAPCO Specification
5055
5065
5050
5060
5070
Complete Pole Assembly Powder Coated Black
Textured Per HAPCO Specification 73737-117
5075
Finished Grade
See Drawing No. CCTO 03-200 for Pole Wiring Details
Item
Description / Part No.
5050
LUMEC Bell Luminiare 400HPS-DMSL30-SG1-480-BKTX
5055
Hapco
2" Sch. 40 Pipe Arm Alloy 6063-T6 (77836)
5060
Hapco Aluminum Scrool, 2"x3/4"x1/4" Channel (77837)
5065
Hapco Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws
5070
Hapco Tapered Aluminum Pole 0.219 Wall Alloy 6063-T6
5075
Hapco Transformer Base (70501) with Door
COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS
MEDITERRA / LIVINGSTON RD.
400 watt High Pressure Sodium
HAPCO / LUMEC LIGHTING
Revised: 08-31-09
DATE: 09-03-02
DRAWN BY: JWM
DRAWING No. CCTO 03-206
40' Mounting Height

27

250w HPS 250w HPS 240 volt 480 volt 175w MH 240 volt 2 175w MH
250w HPS
250w HPS
240 volt
480 volt
175w MH
240 volt
2
175w MH
175w MH
240 volt
240 volt
1
1a
1a
1
All Median Lights
SIDEWALK
SIDEWALK
ROADWAY
ROADWAY

State Hwy 29 at New Market Rd. Circuit 29J Is All 240 Volt.

Main St. 250W HPS Roadway Lights Are All 480V and Sidewalk & Median 175W Metal Halide Lights Are 240V

Item

Description / Part No.

1

Lumec Model DMS30 LMS8576A Street Light (250W HPS & 175W Metal Halide)

1a

Lumec Model DMS30 LMS8576B Street Light (250W HPS Single Fixture Only)

2

Lumec Model CAND1 LMS6978E Street Light

COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS

IMMOKALEE MSTU LIGHTING / LUMEC

Immokalee Blue Lights

DATE: 12-22-03

DRAWN BY: JWM

DRAWING No. CCTO 03-207

Revised: 08-31-09

28

DIRECTIONAL BORE

DRIVEWAY DIRECTIONAL BORE PUBLIC STREET DIRECTIONAL BORE METHOD OF MEASUREMENT AND BASIS OF PAYMENT WILL
DRIVEWAY
DIRECTIONAL BORE
PUBLIC STREET
DIRECTIONAL BORE METHOD OF MEASUREMENT AND
BASIS OF PAYMENT WILL BE FROM BACK OF CURB TO
BACK OF CURB OR EDGE OF PAVEMENT TO EDGE OF
PAVEMENT REGARDLESS OF THE ENTRY & EXIT POINT.
COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS
DIRECTIONAL BORE
METHOD OF PAYMENT
DATE: 08-27-04 DRAWN BY: JWM DRAWING No. CCTO 04-327
COUNTY MAINTAINED ARTERIAL
MEDIAN

30

STANDARD ROADWAY LIGHTING POLE DAMAGE REPORT DATE: / / 24 Hr. TIME: MAJOR ROADWAY: NEAREST
STANDARD ROADWAY LIGHTING POLE DAMAGE REPORT
DATE:
/
/
24 Hr. TIME:
MAJOR ROADWAY:
NEAREST INTERSECTION:
LUMINAIRE:
TURNPIKE
INTERSTATE
SEMI CUTOFF
FULL CUTOFF
CIRCUIT NO.:
POLE NO.:
RESTORED TO SERVICE:
/
/
3040
2-3/8" OD x 4" Tenon
For Pole Top Mount
(Included with Pole)
3030
thru
3000
3035
thru
3025
6415
FIXTURE ARM LENGTH
6490 6505
6425
1070
1075
6420
4035
4030
4005 4025
1000
6460
thru
1065
2000
2005
2010
2000
2000
2005
2005
2010
See Drawing No. CCTO 08-202
for Dual Arm Pole Wiring Detail
2010
Item Replaced
Description
Unit Cost
3000
- 3025
Luminaire, Full Cutoff CobraHead with Lamp
$
3030
- 3035
Luminaire, Semi Cutoff CobraHead with Lamp
$
3040
Luminaire, Turnpike with Lamp
$
1070
- 1075
Pole, Round Tapered Aluminum with Top Tenon Mount
$
1000
- 1065
Pole, Round Tapered Aluminum
$
2000-2005-2010
Transformer Base Aluminum
TB1-17
TB2-17
TB3-17
$
4035
Surge Protector
$
4005 4025
Fuse Holder with Fuse and Boots (Black)
$
4030
Fuse Holder with Fuse Neutral and Boots (White)
$
6415
Black AWG 10 Stranded Copper Conductor
$
6425
White AWG 10 Stranded Copper Conductor
$
$
6420
Green AWG 10 Stranded Copper Conductor
6460
Split Bolt Connector
$
COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS
ROADWAY LIGHTING DAMAGE REPORT
DAMAGE ASSESMENT BY:
STANDARD ALUMINUM & GALVANIZED POLE INSTALLATION
Cobra Head and Turnpike Luminaire
Revised: 01-02-08
DATE: 04-23-04 DRAWN BY: JWM DRAWING No. CCTO 04-221
17"
ALUMINUM SHAFT LENGTH
RISE
GALVANIZED17"
ALUMINUM
SHAFT LENGTH
NOMINAL MOUNTING HEIGHT

31

ROADWAY LIGHTING TIME and EQUIPMENT REPORT

TECHNICIAN:

 

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

TECHNICIAN:

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

TECHNICIAN:

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

TECHNICIAN:

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

TECHNICIAN:

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

TECHNICIAN:

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

TECHNICIAN:

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

TECHNICIAN:

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

TECHNICIAN:

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

TECHNICIAN:

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

TECHNICIAN:

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

TECHNICIAN:

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

 

VAN

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

PLATFORM TRUCK BUCKET TRUCK ARROWBOARD TRUCK PICK-UP TRUCK

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

 

VAN

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

PLATFORM TRUCK BUCKET TRUCK ARROWBOARD TRUCK PICK-UP TRUCK

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

 

VAN

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

PLATFORM TRUCK BUCKET TRUCK ARROWBOARD TRUCK PICK-UP TRUCK

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

HOURS:

DATE:

/

/

NOTES:

 

CCTO 04-221A

32

LUMEC EAST TRAIL ROADWAY LIGHTING POLE DAMAGE REPORT DATE: / / 24 Hr. TIME: MAJOR
LUMEC EAST TRAIL ROADWAY LIGHTING POLE DAMAGE REPORT
DATE:
/
/
24 Hr. TIME:
MAJOR ROADWAY:
NEAREST INTERSECTION:
CIRCUIT NO.:
POLE NO.:
RESTORED TO SERVICE:
/
/
6030
6020
6000
6025
6040
6015
4035
3820
6010
6045
4025
6005
4030
6035
6050
6075
6060
6065
6080
6070
6055
Finished Grade
6085 Not Shown
Item Replaced
Description
Unit Cost
6000
Complete Luminaire Assembly
$
6005
Globe (DL w/Frame - LMS12684A)
$
6010
Reflector (SG3-LMS11684A)
*
$
6015
Lower Housing
$
6020
Upper Housing
Available As One Unit Only
HSG ONLY - LMS11684A
6025
Suspension Ring Adaptor 107598
$
6030
Arm
$
6035
Decorative Bands (Scroll - LMS11684A)
$
6040
Central Adaptor (LMS11684A)
$
6045
Pole (SSM8-27-LMS11684A)
$
6050
Decorative Cover (Transition Fitter - LMS11684A)
$
6055
Base
(Included with Pole 2150)
$
6060
Access Door (REPL-SSM8 LMS11684-GN-TX)
$
6065
Base Cover
(LMS11684A)
$
6070
Cover (BRWY BSCOV - LMS11684A)
$
6075
Upper Banner Arm
(BAS-LMS11684A)
$
6080
Lower Breakaway Banner Arm (BABS - LMS11684A)
$
6085
Breakaway Support Coupling Transpo Industries #201
$
3820
Ballast, 250 watt 480 volt Metal Halide
$
4035
Surge Protector
$
4025
Fuse Holder with Fuse and Boots
$
4030
Fuse Holder with Fuse Neutral and Boots
COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS
LUMEC LIGHT ASSEMBLY DAMAGE REPORT
DAMAGE ASSESMENT BY:
US 41, Fredrick to Courthouse Shadows
DMS30 LMS11684A (Type A)
Revised: 9-2-09
DATE: 04-23-04
DRAWN BY: JWM
DRAWING No. CCTO 04-225

33

LIVINGSTON ROADWAY LIGHTING POLE DAMAGE REPORT DATE: / / 24 Hr. TIME: MAJOR ROADWAY: NEAREST
LIVINGSTON ROADWAY LIGHTING POLE DAMAGE REPORT
DATE:
/
/
24 Hr. TIME:
MAJOR ROADWAY:
NEAREST INTERSECTION:
LUMINAIRE:
CIRCUIT NO.:
SINGLE ARM
POLE NO.:
DOUBLE ARM
RESTORED TO SERVICE:
/
/
5000
5035
5035
5000
5000
5030
5015
4035
5020
4030
4005 4025
5010
5005
5025
5010
5025
SINGLE SCROLL ARM
TWIN SCROLL ARM
Item Replaced
Description / Part No.
Unit Cost
5000
AAL Luminaire #UCL-BEL-H3-02A-1057
$
3620
250 watt Metal Halide Lamp
$
3820
Ballast, Advance 71A5740-001D
$
5015
Valmont Single Scroll Arm 1PA0825H40A-PTD English Ivy
$
5030
Valmont Twin Scroll Arm 2PA0825H60A-PTD English Ivy
$
5035
Valmont Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws 300240
$
5005
Valmont 7"x4" Lightpole 200640706T4A-PTD (Single Scroll Arm)
$
5020
Valmont 10"x6" Lightpole 250660106T4A-PTD (Twin Scroll Arm)
$
5010
Valmont Transformer Base Dwg. #07R1012B17 (Single) English Ivy
$
5025
Valmont Transformer Base Dwg. #10R1315B17 (Twin) English Ivy
$
4035
Surge Protector
(not shown)
$
4025
Fuse Holder with Fuse and Boots (Black - not shown)
$
4030
Fuse Holder with Fuse Neutral and Boots (White - not shown)
$
COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS
Livingston Road-AAL/Valmont Installation
Revised: 01-02-08
ROADWAY LIGHTING DAMAGE REPORT
DAMAGE ASSESMENT BY:
DATE: 04-23-04
DRAWN BY: JWM
DRAWING No. CCTO 04-222

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MEDITERRA ROADWAY LIGHTING POLE DAMAGE REPORT DATE: / / 24 Hr. TIME: MAJOR ROADWAY: NEAREST
MEDITERRA ROADWAY LIGHTING POLE DAMAGE REPORT
DATE:
/
/
24 Hr. TIME:
MAJOR ROADWAY:
NEAREST INTERSECTION:
CIRCUIT NO.:
POLE NO.:
RESTORED TO SERVICE:
/
/
5055
5050
5065
5060
Complete Pole Assembly Powder Coated Black
Textured Per HAPCO Specification 73737-117
6415
5070
6490 6505
6425
4035
6420
4030
4005
4025
5075
6460
5075
Finished Grade
Finished Grade
Item Replaced
Description / Part No.
Unit Cost
5050
LUMEC Bell Luminaire 400 HPS-DMSL30-SG1-480-BKTX
$
5055
Hapco 2" Schedule 40 Pipe Arm Alloy 6063-T6 (77836)
$
5065
Hapco Removable Pole Top Cap w/Set Screws (w/Arm Assy)
$
5060
Hapco Aluminum scroll, 2" x 3/4" x 1/4" Channel (77837)
$
5070
Hapco Tapered Aluminum Pole 0.219 Wall Alloy 6063-T6
$
5075
Hapco Transformer Base (70501) with Door
$
4035
Surge Protector
$
4005 - 4025
Fuse Holder with Fuse and Boots (Black)
$
4030
Fuse Holder with Fuse Neutral and Boots (White)
$
6490
Thermo-Shrink Thin-Wall Heat Shrinkable Tubing
$
6505
Insulated Vinyl-Butt Connector
$
6460
Connector, Split bolt
$
COLLIER COUNTY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS
MEDITERRA / LIVINGSTON RD.
DAMAGE ASSESMENT BY:
400 watt High Pressure Sodium
HAPCO / LUMEC LIGHTING
Revised: 10-12-09
DATE: 04-23-04
DRAWN BY: JWM
DRAWING No. CCTO 04-223

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ROADWAY LIGHTING COMPONENTS

 

Stock Ordering Descriptions - Revised 12-08-09

Light Pole, Round Tapered Aluminum per “AASHTO Standard Specifications for Structural Supports for Highway Signs, Luminaires and Traffic Signals" and State of Florida, Department of Transportation Design Standards, Latest Edition, and per State of Florida Department of Transportation Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction Section 992 Latest Edition.

09CCTOL-1000

Light Pole 30 ft. Mounting Height, Round Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy 8”OD x 6”OD with single 15 ft. Horizontal x 15 ft. Rise Clamp-on Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Shaft Length: 15 ft. – 0 in. with Damping Device and Galvanized Steel Connecting Hardware

 

b. Arm: Clamp-on Truss-Style 15 ft. Horizontal Length x 15 ft. Rise

 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed.

 

d. Include Transformer Base TB1-17 with Door and Accessories

 

e. Exclude Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts.

 

Acceptable Brands: Valmont Drawing No. LH64014

09CCTOL-1005

Light Pole 30 ft. Mounting Height, Round Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy 8”OD x 6”OD with single 15 ft. Horizontal x 10 ft. Rise Clamp-on Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Shaft Length: 19 ft. – 0 in. with Damping Device and Galvanized Steel Connecting Hardware

 

b. Arm: Clamp-on Truss-Style 15 ft. Horizontal Length x 10 ft. Rise

 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed.

 

d. Include Transformer Base 70511 (TB2-17) with Door and Accessories

 

e. Exclude Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts.

 

Acceptable Brands: Hapco Drawing No. B87221

09CCTOL-1010

Light Pole 30 Ft. Mounting Height, Round Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy 8”OD x 6”OD with single 10 ft. Horizontal x 7 ft. Rise Clamp-on Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Shaft Length: 22 ft. – 0 in. with Damping Device and Galvanized Steel Connecting Hardware

 

b. Arm: Clamp-on Truss-Style 10 ft. Horizontal Length x 7 ft. Rise

 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed.

 

d. Include Transformer Base 70511 (TB2-17) with Door and Accessories

 

e. Exclude Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts.

 

Acceptable Brands: Hapco Drawing No. B87222

09CCTOL-1015

Light Pole 30 ft. Mounting Height, Round Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy 7”OD x 4 ⅟₂”OD with single 10 ft. Horizontal x 3 ft-3 in. Rise Clamp-on Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Shaft Length: 25 ft. – 9 in. with Damping Device and Galvanized Steel Connecting Hardware

 

b. Arm: Clamp-on Truss-Style 10 ft. Horizontal Length x 3 ft. -3 in. Rise

 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed

 

d. Include Transformer Base 70511 (TB2-17) with Door and Accessories

 

e. Exclude Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts.

 

Acceptable Brands: Hapco Drawing No. 87220

09CCTOL-1020

Light Pole 40 ft. Mounting Height, Round Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy 10”OD x 6”OD with single 12 ft.-0 in. Horizontal x 3 ft.-3 In. Rise Clamp-on Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Shaft Length: 33 ft. – 1 in. with Damping Device and Galvanized Steel Connecting Hardware

 

b. Arm: Clamp-on Truss-Style 14 ft.-10 in. Horizontal Length x 3 ft.-6 in. Rise

 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed.

 

d. Include Transformer Base 70501 with Door and Accessories

 

e. Exclude Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts.

 

Acceptable Brands: Hapco Drawing No. C81053

09CCTOL-1025

Light Pole 40 ft. Mounting Height, Round Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy 10”OD x 6”OD with single 8 ft.-0 in. Horizontal x 3 ft.-6 in. Rise Clamp-on Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Shaft Length: 35 ft. – 7 in. with Damping Device and Galvanized Steel Connecting Hardware

 

b. Arm: Clamp-on Truss-Style 8 ft.-10 in. Horizontal Length x 3 ft.-6 in. Rise

 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed.

 

d. Include Transformer Base 70501 with Door and Accessories

 

e. Exclude Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts.

 

Acceptable Brands: Hapco Drawing No. C81503

09CCTOL-1030

Light Pole 40 ft. Mounting Height, Round Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy 9”OD x 6”OD with single 14 ft.-10 in. Horizontal x 12 ft.-6 in. Rise Clamp-on Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Shaft Length: 26 ft. – 1 in. with Damping Device and Galvanized Steel Connecting Hardware

 

b. Arm: Clamp-on Truss-Style 14 ft.-10 in. Horizontal Length x 12 ft.-6 in. Rise

 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed.

 

d. Include Transformer Base 70501 (TB1-17) with Door and Accessories

 

e. Exclude Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts.

 

Acceptable Brands: Hapco Drawing No. B13556

(Rattlesnake Hammock Project)

09CCTOL-1035

Light Pole 40 ft. Mounting Height, Round Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy 8”OD x 6”OD with single 15 ft.-0 in. Horizontal x 6 ft.-0 In. Rise Clamp-on Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Shaft Length: 33 ft. – 1 in. with Damping Device and Galvanized Steel Connecting Hardware

 

b. Arm: Clamp-on Truss-Style 15 ft.-0 in. Horizontal Length x 6 ft.-0 in. Rise

 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed.

 

d. Include Transformer Base 70501 with Door and Accessories

 

e. Exclude Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts.

 

Acceptable Brands: Hapco Drawing No. B88113 (Rattlesnake Hammock Project)

09CCTOL-1040

Light Pole 40 ft. Mounting Height, Round Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy 8”OD x 6”OD with single 15 ft.-0 in. Horizontal x 6 ft.-0 In. Rise Clamp-on Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Shaft Length: 34 ft. – 0 in. with Damping Device and Galvanized Steel Connecting Hardware

 

b. Arm: Clamp-on Truss-Style 15 ft.-0 in. Horizontal Length x 6 ft.-0 in. Rise

 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed.

 

d. Reinforced Handhole (4"x6") with Cover and stainless Steel Hex. Hd. Screws

 

e. Base Flange (50730) Alloy 356-T6 With bolt Covers and Stainless Steel Hex Hd. Screws

 

f. Exclude Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts.

 

Acceptable Brands: Hapco Drawing No. B85951 (Rattlesnake Hammock Project)

09CCTOL-1045

Light Pole 45 ft. Mounting Height, Pole, Round Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy 9”OD x 6”OD with single 8 ft. Horizontal x 5 ft. Rise Clamp-on Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Shaft Length: 39 ft. – 0 in. with Damping Device and Galvanized Steel Connecting Hardware

 

b. Arm: Clamp-on Truss-Style 8 ft. Horizontal Length x 5 ft. -0 in. Rise

 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed

 

d. Include Transformer Base 70501 (TB1-17) with Door and Accessories

 

e. Exclude Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts.

 

Acceptable Brands: Hapco B87218

09CCTOL-1050

Light Pole 45 ft. Mounting Height, Pole, Round Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy 9”OD x 6”OD with single 12 ft. Horizontal x 5 ft. Rise Clamp-on Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Shaft Length: 39 ft. – 0 in. with Damping Device and Galvanized Steel Connecting Hardware

 

b. Arm: Clamp-on Truss-Style 12 ft. Horizontal Length x 5 ft. -0 in. Rise

 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed

 

d. Include Transformer Base 70501 TB1-17) with Door and Accessories

 

e. Exclude Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts.

 

Acceptable Brands: Hapco

09CCTOL-1055

Light Pole 45 ft. Mounting Height, Pole, Round Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy 9”OD x 6”OD with single 15 ft. Horizontal x 5 ft. Rise Clamp-on Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Shaft Length: 39 ft. – 0 in. with Damping Device and Galvanized Steel Connecting Hardware

 

b. Arm: Clamp-on Truss-Style 15 ft. Horizontal Length x 5 ft. -0 in. Rise

 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed

 
 

d. Include Transformer Base 70501 (TB1-17) with Door and Accessories

 

e. Exclude Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts.

 

Acceptable Brands: Hapco B87219

 

09CCTOL-1060

Light Pole 45 ft. Mounting Height, Round Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy 10”OD x 6”OD with Dual 8 ft. Horizontal x 5 ft. Rise Clamp-on Truss-Style fixture arms:

 

a. Shaft Length: 39 ft. – 0 in. with Damping Device and Galvanized Steel Connecting Hardware

 

b. Arm: Dual Clamp-on Truss-Style 8 ft. Horizontal Length x 5 ft. -0 in. Rise

 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed

 
 

d. Include Transformer Base 70501 (TB1-17) with Door and Accessories

 

e. Exclude Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts.

 

Acceptable Brands: Hapco B87217

 

09CCTOL-1065

Light Pole 45 ft. Mounting Height, Round Tapered Aluminum 0.250 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy 10”OD x 6”OD with Dual 12 ft. Horizontal x 6 ft. Rise Clamp-on Truss-Style fixture arms:

 

a. Shaft Length: 38 ft. – 1 in. with Damping Device and Galvanized Steel Connecting Hardware

 

b. Arm: Dual Clamp-on Truss-Style 12 ft. Horizontal Length x 6 ft. -0 in. Rise

 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed

 
 

d. Include Transformer Base 70501 (TB1-17) with Door and Accessories

 

e. Exclude Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts.

 

Acceptable Brands: Hapco B12218

(Collier Blvd, US 41 to Davis Blvd)

09CCTOL-1070

Light Pole 40 ft. Mounting Height, Round, Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy with 2-3/8" OD Top Tenon Mount:

 

a. Shaft Length: 39 ft.

 
 

b. Top Tenon: 2-3/8 inch OD

 
 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed

 
 

d. Equipped With a Damping Device

 
 

Acceptable Brands:

Valmont VALX 39/TENON TB/AB/QPL SATIN

09CCTOL-1075

Light Pole 50 ft. Mounting Height, Round, Tapered Aluminum 0.188 Wall 6063-T6 Alloy with 2-3/8" OD Top Tenon Mount:

 

a. Shaft Length: 48 ft. - 7 in

 
 

b. Top Tenon: 2-3/8 inch OD

 
 

c. Finish: 50 Grit Satin Rubbed

 
 

d. Equipped With a Damping Device

 
 

Acceptable Brands:

Hapco B13333

(Collier Blvd, US 41 to Davis Blvd)

09CCTOL-1080

Pole Round, Tapered Galvanized Steel for use with single 8 ft. to 12 ft. Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Conform to ASTM A595 Grade-A.

 
 

b. Shaft Length: 25 ft.

 
 

c. Finish: Galvanized

 
 

d. Equipped With a Damping Device

 
 

Acceptable Brands: Valmont 700A220

 

09CCTOL-1085

Pole Round, Tapered Galvanized Steel for use with single 8ft. to 12 ft. Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Conform to ASTM A595 Grade-A.

 
 

b. Shaft Length: 30 ft.

 
 

c. Finish: Galvanized

 
 

d. Equipped With a Damping Device

 
 

Acceptable Brands: Valmont 750A270

 

09CCTOL-1090

Pole Round, Tapered Galvanized Steel for use with single 15 ft. Truss-Style fixture arm:

 

a. Conform to ASTM A595 Grade-A.

 

b. Shaft Length: 30 ft.

 

c. Finish: Galvanized

 

d. Equipped With a Damping Device

 

Acceptable Brands: Valmont 800A270

09CCTOL-1095

Arm Galvanized, Single Clamp-on Truss-Style for use with above Valmont Round Tapered Galvanized Steel

 

Fixture Mounting Height: 25 ft. to 30 ft.

 

a. 8 ft. Arm

 

b. 10 ft. Arm

 

c. 12 ft. Arm

 

d. 15 ft. Arm

09CCTOL-1100

Arm Galvanized, Single Bolt-on Truss-Style for use with above Round Tapered Galvanized Steel Pole

 

Fixture Mounting Height: 25 ft. to 30 ft

 

a. 8 ft. Arm

 

b. 10 ft. Arm

 

c. 12 ft. Arm

 

d. 15 ft. Arm

Frangible Aluminum Transformer Base per “AASHTO Standard Specifications for Structural Supports for Highway Signs, Luminaires and Traffic Signals” and State of Florida, Department of Transportation Design Standards, Latest Edition and per State of Florida DOT Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, Latest Edition

09CCTOL-2000

Transformer Base, Aluminum for use with 10” x 6” Round Tapered Aluminum Pole

 

a. Transformer Base Height: 17 inches

 

b. Top of Base: Slots for Cast Aluminum Base Shoe 10.5 inch to 13.5 inch Bolt Circle.

 

c. Bottom of Base: Slots for 13 inch to 15 inch Bolt Circle.

 

d. Door Size: Standard, include all hardware. (Hinged Door is Not Approved)

 

Acceptable Brands: Valmont VALX TB1-17; HAPCO 70501

09CCTOL-2005

Transformer Base, Aluminum for use with 6 inch to 8 inch Base OD Round Tapered Steel Pole:

 

a. Transformer Base Height: 17 inches

 

b. Top of Base: Slots for Steel Base Shoe 10 inch to 12 inch Bolt Circle.

 

c. Bottom of Base: Slots for 10 inch to 12 inch Bolt Circle.

 

d. Door Size: Standard, include all hardware. (Hinged Door is Not Approved)

 

Acceptable Brands: Valmont VALX TB2-17; HAPCO 70511

09CCTOL-2010

Transformer Base, Aluminum for use with 10” x 6” Round Tapered Aluminum Pole

 

a. Transformer Base Height: 17 inches

 

b. Top of Base: Slots for Cast Aluminum Base Shoe 13 inch to 15 inch Bolt Circle.

 

c. Bottom of Base: Slots for 15 inch to 17 inch Bolt Circle.

 

d. Door Size: Standard, include all hardware. (Hinged Door is Not Approved)

 

Acceptable Brands: Valmont VALX TB3-17; HAPCO 70521

Luminaire, Roadway Lighting per State of Florida Department of Transportation Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, Latest Edition

09CCTOL-3000

Luminaire, Roadway Lighting Cobra Head:

 

a. IES Classification: True 90 degree cutoff per RP8-2000, Light Distribution Medium, Type II.

 

b. Watts: 250

 

c. Light Source: High Pressure Sodium

 

d. Volts: 480 VAC

 

e. Ballast Type: Autoreg

 

f. Plug-in ignitor

 

g. Photoelectric Control: None

 

h. Housing: Die-cast aluminum with gray paint finish.

 

i. Slipfitter: Adjustable for 1-1/4” to 2” Pipe.

 

Acceptable Brands: General Electric MDCL= M-400A-25-S-5-A-1-2-F-MC2-2

09CCTOL-3005

Luminaire, Roadway Lighting Cobra Head:

 

a. IES Classification: True 90 degree cutoff – per RP8-2000, Light Distribution Medium, Type II

 

b. Watts: 400

 

c. Light Source: High Pressure Sodium

 

d. Volts: 480 VAC

 

e. Ballast Type: Autoreg

 

f. Plug-in ignitor

 

g. Photoelectric Control: None

 

h. Housing: Die-cast aluminum with gray paint finish.

 

i. Slipfitter: Adjustable for 1-1/4” to 2” Pipe.

 

Acceptable Brands: General Eelectric MDCL= M-400A-40-S-5-A-1-2-F-MC2-1

09CCTOL-3010

Luminaire, Roadway Lighting Cobra Head:

 

a. IES Classification: True 90 degree cutoff – per RP8-2000, Light Distribution Medium, Type II

 

b. Watts: 400

 

c. Light Source: Metal Halide

 

d. Volts: 480 VAC

 

e. Ballast Type: Autoreg

 

f. Photoelectric Control: None

 

g. Housing: Die-cast aluminum with gray paint finish.

 

h. Slipfitter: Adjustable for 1-1/4” to 2” Pipe.

 

Acceptable Brands: General Electric MDCL=M-400A-40-M-5-A-1-2-F-MC2-2

09CCTOL-3015

Luminaire, Roadway Lighting Cobra Head:

 

a. IES Classification: True 90 degree cutoff – per RP8-2000, Light Distribution Medium, Type II

 

b. Watts: 250

 

c. Light Source: High Pressure Sodium

 

d. Volts: 120 VAC

 

e. Ballast Type: Autoreg

 

f. Plug-in ignitor

 

g. Photoelectric Control: None

 

h. Housing: Die-cast aluminum with gray paint finish.

 

i. Slipfitter: Adjustable for 1-1/4” to 2” Pipe.

 

Acceptable Brands: General Electric MDCL= M-400A-25-S-1-A-2-F-MC2-2

09CCTOL-3020

Luminaire, Roadway Lighting Cobra Head:

 

a. IES Classification: True 90 degree cutoff – per RP8-2000, Light Distribution Medium, Type II

 

b. Watts: 250

 

c. Light Source: Metal Halide

 

d. Volts: 480 VAC

 

e. Ballast Type: Autoreg

 

f. Photoelectric Control: None

 

g. Housing: Die-cast aluminum with gray paint finish.

 

h. Slipfitter: Adjustable for 1-1/4” to 2” Pipe.

 

Acceptable Brands: General Electric MDCL=M-400A-25-M-5-A-1-2-F-MC2-2

09CCTOL-3025

Luminaire, Roadway Lighting Cobra Head:

 

a. IES Classification: True 90 degree cutoff – per RP8-2000, Light Distribution Medium, Type II

 

b. Watts: 400

 

c. Light Source: High Pressure Sodium

 

d. Volts: 120 VAC

 

e. Ballast Type: Autoreg

 

f. Plug-in ignitor

 

g. Photoelectric Control: None

 

h. Housing: Die-cast aluminum with gray paint finish.

 

i. Slipfitter: Adjustable for 1-1/4” to 2” Pipe.

 

Acceptable Brands: General Electric MDCL= M-400A-40-S-1-A-1-2-F-MC2-2

09CCTOL-3030

Luminaire, Roadway Lighting Cobra Head:

 

a. IES Classification: Semi-Cutoff , Light Distribution Medium, Type II.

 

b. Watts: 250

 

c. Light Source: High Pressure Sodium

 

d. Volts: 480 VAC

 

e. Ballast Type: Autoreg

 

f. Plug-in ignitor

 

g. Photoelectric Control: None

 

h. Housing: Die-cast aluminum with gray paint finish.

 

i. Slipfitter: Adjustable for 1-1/4” to 2” Pipe.

 

Acceptable Brands: General Electric MDRL= M-400A-25-S-5-A-1-2-R-MS2-2

09CCTOL-3035

Luminaire, Roadway Lighting Cobra Head:

 

a. IES Classification: Semi-Cutoff , Light Distribution Medium, Type II.

 

b. Watts: 400

 

c. Light Source: High Pressure Sodium

 

d. Volts: 480 VAC

 

e. Ballast Type: Autoreg

 

f. Plug-in ignitor

 

g. Photoelectric Control: None

 

h. Housing: Die-cast aluminum with gray paint finish.

 

i. Slipfitter: Adjustable for 1-1/4” to 2” Pipe.

 

Acceptable Brands: General Electric MDRL= M-400A-40-S-5-A-1-2-R-MS2-2

09CCTOL-3040

Luminaire, Turnpike Lighting:

 

a. IES Classification: Non-Cutoff, Light Distribution Medium, Type III.

 

b. Light Source: High Pressure Sodium

 

c. Watts: 250/400

 

d. Volts: 480 VAC

 

e. Ballast Type: Autoreg

 

f. Tray Mount Ballast

 

g. Photoelectric Control: None

 

h. Housing: Die-cast aluminum with gray paint finish.

 

i. Mounting: Knuckle Slipfitter for 1.9 inch to 3.0 inch OD Tenon.

 

Acceptable Brands: General Electric RPFT- 24-S-5-A-1-G-LN3-GR-S .

09CCTOL-3045

LED Luminaire, Roadway Lighting

 

a. Classification: IESNA Type II Distribution

 

b. Input Voltage: 240 Vac

 

c. Driver: 525mA (Standard)

 

d. Light Source: 80 LEDs at 8,280 Initial Delivered Lumens

 

e. Photoelectric Control: None

 

f. Housing: Die-cast aluminum with gray paint finish.

 

g. Slipfitter: Adjustable for 1-1/4” to 2” Pipe.

 

h. Minimum Five (5) Year Warranty

 

Acceptable Brands: Beta LEDway BLD-STR-T2-HT-068-LED-B-UL-SV

09CCTOL-3050

LED Luminaire, Roadway Lighting

 

a. Classification: IESNA Type II Distribution

 

b. Input Voltage: 480 Vac

 

c. Driver: 525mA (Standard)

 

d. Light Source: 80 LEDs at 8,280 Initial Delivered Lumens

 

e. Photoelectric Control: None

 

f. Housing: Die-cast aluminum with gray paint finish.

 

g. Slipfitter: Adjustable for 1-1/4” to 2” Pipe.

 

h. Minimum Five (5) Year Warranty

 

Acceptable Brands: Beta LEDway BLD-STR-T2-HT-068-LED-B-UH-SV

09CCTOL-3055

LED Luminaire, Roadway Lighting

 

a. Classification: IESNA Type II Distribution

 

b. Input Voltage: 480 Vac

 

c. Driver: 525mA (Standard)

 

d. Light Source: 120 LEDs at 12,420 Initial Delivered Lumens

 

e. Photoelectric Control: None

 

f. Housing: Die-cast aluminum with gray paint finish.

 

g. Slipfitter: Adjustable for 1-1/4” to 2” Pipe.

 

h. Minimum Five (5) Year Warranty

 

Acceptable Brands: Beta LEDway BLD-STR-T2-HT-102-LED-B-UH-SV

09CCTOL-3070

Retrofit Kit LED AAL Luminaire, Roadway Lighting

 

a. Classification: IESNA Type II Distribution

 

b. Input Voltage: 480 Vac

 

c. Light Source: LED

 

d. Photoelectric Control: None

 

e. Minimum Five (5) Year Warranty

 

Acceptable Brands: Global Tech Solstice Retrofit Kit

09CCTOL-3075

Retrofit Kit High Output MH East Trail Decorative Luminaire, Roadway Lighting

 

a. Classification: IESNA Type II Distribution

 

b. Input Voltage: 480 Vac

 
 

c. Light Source: Philips Cosmo 140W; 153.5W Input; 16,500 Initial Lumens

 

d. Photoelectric Control: None

 
 

e. Minimum Five (5) Year Warranty

 
 

Acceptable Brands: REPL-50502-DMS30-SG3-140CW-480 Conversion Kit

09CCTOL-3500

Photoelectric Control Roadway Lighting

 
 

a. UL and CSA Compliant

 
 

b. Stem Mount (non-swivel type)

 
 

c. Volts: 120

Amps: 25 Ballast

25 Tungsten

 

Acceptable Brands: Intermatic Inc. K4141C

 

09CCTOL-3505

Receptacle, Photoelectric Control Roadway Lighting:

 

a. UL and CSA Compliant

 
 

b. Volts: 105 to 480 Volts for use with K4500 Series Locking-Type Controls.

 

Acceptable Brands: Intermatic Inc. K121 Receptacle

09CCTOL-3510

Photoelectric Control Roadway Lighting

 
 

a.

UL and CSA Compliant

 
 

b.

Locking -Type Mounting

 
 

b.

Volts: 120

Amps: 8.3 Ballast

15 Tungsten

 

Acceptable Brands: Intermatic Inc. K4521

 

09CCTOL-3515

Photoelectric Control, Roadway Lighting:

 
 

a. UL and CSA Compliant

 
 

b. Locking -Type Mounting

 
 

c. Volts: 208

Amps: 8.3 Ballast

15 Tungsten

 

Acceptable Brands: Intermatic K4524

 

09CCTOL-3520

Photoelectric Control, Roadway Lighting:

 
 

a. UL and CSA Compliant

 
 

b. Locking -Type Mounting

 
 

c. Volts: 480

Amps: 8.3 Ballast

15 Tungsten

 

Acceptable Brand