Hangar No. 2 Specifications

Hangar No. 2 Specifications
SPECIFICATIONS
FOR
BUILDING DEMOLITION OF HANGAR 2
AT
WILLOW RUN AIRPORT
YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN
WCAA SOLICITATION NO. 140078
ATTACHMENT E (SPECIFICATIONS)
April 8, 2014
Issued for Bid
THE RECORD CONTAINS SENSITIVE INFORMATION THAT IS CONTROLLED IN 49 CFR PART 1520. NO PART OF THIS RECORD MAY BE DISCLOSED TO PERSONS WITHOUT A “NEED TO KNOW”, AS
DIRECTED IN 49 CFR PART 1520, EXCEPT WITH THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF THE ADMINISTRATOR, THE TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION OF THE SECRETARY OF
TRANSPORTATION. UNAUTHORIZED RELEASE MAY RESULT IN CIVIL PENALTY OR OTHER ACTION. FOR US GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, PUBLIC DISCLOSURE IS GOVERNED BY 5 U.S.C. 552 AND 49
CFR PART 1520.
SPECIFICATIONS
FOR
BUILDING DEMOLITION OF HANGAR 2
AT
WILLOW RUN AIRPORT
YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN
WCAA SOLICITATION NO. 140078
ATTACHMENT E (SPECIFICATIONS)
April 8, 2014
Issued for Bid
THE RECORD CONTAINS SENSITIVE INFORMATION THAT IS CONTROLLED IN 49 CFR PART 1520. NO PART OF THIS RECORD MAY BE DISCLOSED TO PERSONS WITHOUT A “NEED TO KNOW”, AS
DIRECTED IN 49 CFR PART 1520, EXCEPT WITH THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF THE ADMINISTRATOR, THE TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION OF THE SECRETARY OF
TRANSPORTATION. UNAUTHORIZED RELEASE MAY RESULT IN CIVIL PENALTY OR OTHER ACTION. FOR US GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, PUBLIC DISCLOSURE IS GOVERNED BY 5 U.S.C. 552 AND 49
CFR PART 1520.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
BUILDING DEMOLITION OF HANGAR 2 / WILLOW RUN AIRPORT
Section
Section Title
SPECIAL PROVISIONS
SP-10
Airport Safety Requirements
SP-20
Airport Security Requirements
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
02120
Waste Management
02132
Asbestos Removal
02134
Cleaning of Pits, Trenches, and Sumps
02141
Pipe and Equipment Draining and Cleaning
02200
Site Restoration
02223
Demolition and Removals
02226
Utility Decommissioning
02232
CFC and Refrigerant Removal
02233
Lighting Removal
02234
Removal of Mercury Devices
02235
Battery and Electronic Equipment Removal
02238
Chemical Sweep
02315
Excavation
16010
General Electrical Requirements
16115
Primary Cable and Accessories
16455
Underground Electrical Service
16460
Distribution Transformer
16762
Fiber-Optic Cable Relocation
WCAA Solicitation No: 140078
TABLE OF CONTENTS
REVISED SP-10 – AIRPORT SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
SUMMARY
A.
The Contractor shall carry out its operations in compliance with the “Wayne County Airport
Authority Safety Standards February 2013”, Revised February 14, 2014, with attached Forms
(70 pages total), issued with this Section.
END OF SP-10
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition – Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-1
Airport Safety Requirements
Wayne County Airport Authority
Safety Standards
February 2013
Date Issued: February 2013
Date Revised: February 14, 2014
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-2
Airport Safety Requirements
Table of Contents
Section 1.0
Section 2.0
Section 3.0
Section 4.0
Section 5.0
Section 6.0
Section 7.0
Section 8.0
Section 9.0
Section 10.0
Section 11.0
Section 12.0
Section 13.0
Section 14.0
Section 15.0
Section 16.0
Section 17.0
Section 18.0
Section 19.0
Section 20.0
Section 21.0
Section 22.0
Section 23.0
Section 24.0
Section 25.0
Section 26.0
Section 27.0
Section 28.0
Section 29.0
General Requirements
General Airfield Safety
Specific Airfield Safety
Underground Work – Excavation, Shoring, Trenching, Saw Cutting, and Drilling
Fall Protection
Fire Prevention and Hot Work
Cranes/Derricks/Lifting Equipment/Rigging
Hazardous Energy Control
Confined Space Entries
Hazardous Materials/Environmental
Roofing Operations
Removal of Existing Equipment
Vehicle Operations on the Airport Operations Area (AOA)
AOA Contractor Escorts and Flagging
Special Construction Rules on the AOA
Job Hazard Analysis
Housekeeping
Site Sanitation
Personal Protective Equipment
Compressed Gasses
Ladders
Material Handling/Ergonomics
Hand Powered Tools
Portable Electric Tools
Heaters
Barrier Tape Identification
General Electrical Rules
Disposal Chutes
Non-AOA Motor Vehicles and Mechanized Equipment
Attachment #1 – Loss Management Monthly Summary
Attachment #2 – Contractor Employee Review
Attachment #3 – Request for Sweep
Attachment #4 – Hot Work Permit
Attachment #5 – Excavation Checklist
Attachment #6 – Utility Interruption Form
Attachment #7 – Utility Custody Form
Attachment #8 – Barricades Details
Date Issued: February 2013
Date Revised: February 14, 2014
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-3
Airport Safety Requirements
1.0
General Requirements
This document is specifically intended for the use of Construction Managers, Vendors, Contractors and
Subcontractors who perform work on or at (Airport Authority) Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) or
Willow Run Airports (YIP) and facilities. It is made available to amplify your Safety Program. All or
parts of the contents will apply to your contract depending upon the type of contract and the sequence in
which the phases are conducted. BE ADVISED you will still be subjected to a Construction and
Alteration Permit for work to be performed (if C/A permit project).
The following information is provided as an example in which to determine what items to include in the
safety program for work performed and does not constitute the requirements of a complete,
comprehensive safety policy or Safety Program. It shall be the Contractors responsibility to provide a
safe and healthful work environment for their workers on-site during the performance of the contract or
work performed from a purchase order or work order. This shall include the Contractor and all its
Subcontractors, all trades and supervision, suppliers, Airport Authority personnel, visitors and additional
parties having access to the designated project work areas at the Airport Authority’s facility. The safety
goal of Airport Authority construction projects is to achieve zero fatalities, zero permanent disabilities,
and zero lost time accidents.
The generalized overviews presented in this document are statements of expectations that the Contractor
will be measured against. Failure to meet these requirements may be grounds for the removal of the
individual employee from the worksite and also could lead to grounds for termination of the Contract by
the Airport Authority.
The Contractor must not interfere with or make more difficult or expensive Airport Authority’s
compliance with any law, statue, code, ordinance or regulation. Airport Authority will notify the
Contractor, orally or in writing, and the Contractor shall within forty-eight hours of receiving Airport
Authority’s notification make whatever changes are necessary to remedy the situation, including,
without limitation, changes in the work schedule, installation of safety devices. Airport Authority’s
exercise of its rights under this guideline will not be grounds for an increase in the Contract Sum under
the Contract.
The Airport Authority has the right to monitor (Contractor shall still be responsible for assuring safe
work practices) the Contractors’ operations for safety performance, workmanship, protection of
operations, work progress, housekeeping, and compliance to design specifications. It is a general
practice that the Airport Authority will work through the Contractor’s supervision and not directly with
the employee. The Airport Authority has the right to participate with and investigate any accident or
incident.
Contractor shall develop and implement a system for assessing appropriate requirements applicable to its
employees, including removal from Airport Authority property, for violation of safety laws statutes,
codes, ordinances and regulations, safety requirements specified by Job Hazard Analysis; safety
requirements specified by the Contract, including, without limitation, any other condition that presents a
safety hazard to the employee or others. Contractor shall prepare and maintain a detailed written report
of each instance where it has assessed discipline for a safety related infraction including identification of
the employee, the nature of the infraction and their discipline assessed.
Prior to beginning any work, the Contractor shall conclusively demonstrate to the Airport Authority that
the Contractor has in place and actively maintains a comprehensive random and post accident drug and
alcohol testing program that meets or exceeds the standards for post accident and random testing in
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Date Revised: February 14, 2014
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SECTION SP-10-4
Airport Safety Requirements
accordance with Department of Transportation (DOT) Drug and Alcohol Testing - 49 Code of Federal
Regulations (CFR) Part 40 (hereinafter “Drug Testing”). Written proof of Drug Testing shall be
submitted to the Airport Authority simultaneously with the required Payment and Performance Bonds
and Insurance. The Drug Testing requirement shall apply to all subcontractors of the Contractor.and
Insurance. The Drug Testing requirement shall apply to all subcontractors of the Contractor.
All persons entering the project area designated as the construction site shall strictly follow Michigan
OSHA, MDEQ, FAA, DOT, and TSA regulations.
These established safety requirements shall govern Contractors and all persons within the designated
construction site and are outlined to avoid infractions of common accepted safety practices. Safety
Program – The Contractor shall submit its Safety Program to the Airport Authority and obtain approval
prior to issuance of the Notice to Proceed. The Safety Program includes, but is not limited to the
following:
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Contractor’s Corporate Safety Policy
Contractor’s Site Specific Safety Plan
Construction Safety and Phasing Plan (CSPP) – The Contractor shall abide by the CSPP,
approved by the FAA and provided by the Airport Authority (for all Airfield, PFC, and AIP
funded projects only).
Safety Plan Compliance Document (SPCD) – The SPCD details how the contractor will
comply with the CSPP. The Contractor shall prepare the SPCD and obtain approval by the
Airport Authority prior to issuance of the Notice to Proceed (for all Airfield, PFC, and AIP
funded projects only).
Regular progress meetings will be conducted during construction. Part of the meeting will be dedicated
to safety. During these meetings, the Contractor shall submit to WCAA on a monthly basis the
following safety information (Attachment #1):
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Estimated man-hours worked from the previous period;
Number of near misses from the previous period;
Number of accidents from the previous periods;
Number of recordable injuries from the previous period; and
Summarization of any accident that took place from the previous period.
The Contractor shall carry out its operations in a manner that will cause a minimum of interference with
air traffic, and shall be required to cooperate with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Wayne
County Airport Authority (Airport Authority) the airlines, and other contractors working in the area. All
work shall be completed in accordance with the Contract Documents including the Safety Program and
FAA Advisory Circular 150/5370-2F, Operational Safety on Airports During Construction or current
edition as of bid date.
If the Contractor uses resources from any union halls for staffing, those individuals shall have a current
OSHA 10 hour certification as well as go thru safety orientation with the Contractor. Copies of any
names of individuals who are used from the local halls shall be submitted with a copy of the certification
to the Airport Authority or the Airport Authority’s representative one week prior to allowing the
individual onsite.
The Contractor shall supply, place, maintain, move and store the items listed herein, as appropriate, to
facilitate construction and protect air traffic. The Contractor shall maintain an adequate extra supply of
these items on site.
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Safety Standards
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Date Issued: February 2013
Date Revised: February 14, 2014
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-5
Airport Safety Requirements
The following information is provided as an example in which to determine what items to include in the
safety program for work performed and does not constitute the requirements of a complete,
comprehensive safety policy or Safety Program. It shall be the Contractors responsibility to provide a
safe and healthful work environment for their workers on-site during the performance of the contract or
work performed from a purchase order or work order. This shall include the Contractor and all its
Subcontractors, all trades and supervision, suppliers, Airport Authority personnel, visitors and additional
parties having access to the designated project work areas at the Airport Authority’s facility. The safety
goal of Airport Authority construction projects is to achieve zero fatalities, zero permanent disabilities,
and zero lost time accidents.
These established safety requirements shall govern Contractors and all persons within the designated
construction site and are outlined to avoid infractions of common accepted safety practices. These safety
requirements shall not be construed as complete and any requirements of the guidelines in conflict with
Michigan OSHA and FAA shall be superseded by Michigan OSHA or FAA regulations.
Tools, equipment or materials shall not be left or placed on beams, overhead walkways, or places where
they may fall, causing injury.
To prevent possible explosive or incendiary devices from being hidden in areas close to Airport
Facilities, equipment, aircraft, or vehicles, no containers (tool boxes, storage containers, materials
trailers shall be left unsecured or unattended in public areas.
The Contractor shall not bring any tool through passenger screening. No tools shall be left unsecured in
public areas. Any temporary doors that lead to construction areas that are accessible by the public shall
be equipped with a push button cipher lock (installed at the contractor’s expense). The access number to
the door shall be provided to Airport Authority designees.
The Contractor is not permitted to carry liquids, gels, or aerosols into sterile areas except for those
liquids, gels, or aerosol necessary for operational or medical needs, all of which shall be subject to
inspection.
Eye protection shall be worn at all times.
While working on the airfield hearing protection is mandatory. It is up to each contractor and
subcontractor to determine if a hearing conservation program is necessary. The Contractor will comply
with industry standards for hearing protection of personnel and visitors as appropriate.
Upon request the Airport Authority will submit any historical noise surveys to the Contractor.
Contractor shall verify and assure that every employee who operates any mobile equipment on
Airport Authority properties shall have a current valid driver’s license.
The Contractor shall comply with the National Electric Code (NEC) requirements regarding ground fault
circuit interrupters for construction field tools and equipment.
In matters concerning interpretation of the foregoing requirements, the decision of the Airport Authority
will be final and binding.
Wayne County Airport Authority
Safety Standards
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Date Issued: February 2013
Date Revised: February 14, 2014
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Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-6
Airport Safety Requirements
Onsite vehicles are to have no more passengers than seats available on the vehicle. Personnel carts, golf
carts or similar vehicles, where permitted, shall only have as many riders as seats available. Failure to
follow this requirement will lead to removal of personnel from the project.
The Contractor shall maintain a Safety Program, for the purpose of safety, security, orientation,
education, training, enforcement, and distribution.
If a fire line or any type of fire suppression service is going to be taken out of service, the Contractor
must coordinate with the Airport Authority’s Public Safety Fire Marshal or a designated representative
from the Airport Authority’s Fire Division at least three days in advance. In addition, the contractor
shall complete an impairment notification to the insurance carrier. Impairment kits can be obtained by
contacting the Airport Authority building operator, Airport Authority Maintenance Division, or Airport
Authority Risk Management Unit.
If a security system (cameras, gates, lifts, doors, etc) is going to be taken out of service, the Contractor
shall coordinate with the Airport Authority Security Division at least three days in advance. Pending
certain security threat levels, permission may not be granted to take down a security system.
Potable water line installation will require coordination with the Airport Authority Facilities and
Infrastructure Division. In addition, a permit application may have to be completed and submitted to the
Airport Authority Planning, Design, and Construction Division.
The Contractor shall follow Detroit Water and Sewer Department guidelines for the installation and
storage of potable water lines. Installation, storage, and testing results shall be coordinated with the
Airport Authority Facilities and Infrastructure Division.
All pavement, concrete or surface painting shall be done from April 1 thru November 1. Painting that is
performed outside these dates that do not take or pass inspection after the following season will be
repainted at the Contractor’s expense.
Employees shall not operate any equipment or vehicles more than 16 hours consecutively.
Any individual failing to follow these safety requirements will be directed by the Contractor to
immediately abate the unsafe act, behavior, or equipment.
All Contractor equipment brought onsite for use on or during the construction project shall be kept in a
safe operating condition. Worn or damaged equipment shall be repaired, replaced or taken out of service
(locked out) and removed from the job site.
Contractor shall keep its work area in a clean and safe condition.
The use of makeshift, defective or inadequate scaffolding, rigging, or staging is prohibited.
The Contractor shall provide barriers, railings or coverings for all areas including, but not limited to,
elevated work platforms, holes, excavations, roof openings, along roof edges, manholes, and/or
unfinished work causing floor obstructions. Outside excavations, barriers, and safety signs shall be
adequately illuminated during darkness.
No Contractor is permitted to use any powered industrial moving equipment, trucks, tools, or ladders
owned or rented by, the Airport Authority.
The Contractor shall provide physical barriers along the perimeter of its work site and place signs
identifying the area as a construction site. In some cases where the general public or open airfield is to
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Date Revised: February 14, 2014
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Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
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SECTION SP-10-7
Airport Safety Requirements
be protected, additional and/or specialty barriers might be required and will need to be determined by
Airport Authority.
No Contractor is permitted to use any powered industrial moving equipment, trucks, tools, or ladders
owned or rented by, the Airport Authority.
All individuals in the designated construction areas are required to wear hardhats, safety glasses,
protective footwear, and any other protective clothing or gear as required by safety codes and regulations
or as deemed necessary by the Contractor.
Contractors shall not perform work overhead of any member of the general public. The Contractor shall
use physical barriers to prevent access by non-construction personnel to areas with overhead
construction work. If the Contractor cannot restrict access to the overhead work area, work will cease
until a method of restricting access is developed and implemented.
Welding screens and/or curtains will be used in areas where cutting or welding operations are being
performed where non-construction personnel may be exposed to weld flash or sparks. Refer to Airport
Authority Hot Work permit requirements.
Non-Airport Operations Areas (Non-AOA) road closures shall be coordinated with Airport Authority
Planning, Design, and Construction Division. If road closures are required at YIP, then YIP
Management shall be involved as well. Coordination shall take place at a minimum of five days prior to
closure. Public roadways will be closed following the Michigan Uniform Traffic Code procedures.
Prior to mobilization the Contractor shall complete Contractor Employee Review, Contractor Safety
Guidelines (Attachment 2). This document shall be kept on site and updated for every new employee
who will work on the project.
Regular progress meetings will be conducted during construction. Part of the meeting will be dedicated
to safety. During these meetings, the Contractor shall submit to WCAA the following safety
information:
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Safety Standards
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Date Issued: February 2013
Date Revised: February 14, 2014
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-8
Airport Safety Requirements
2.0
General Airfield Safety
This section is instead to be used to assist those Contractors who have access to the airfield. Warning lights shall
meet the requirements of FAA Advisory Circular 150/5370-2F, or current edition as of bid date, Operational
Safety on Airport during Construction. The Contractor’s vehicles shall meet the requirements of FAA Advisory
Circular 150/5210-5D or current edition as of bid date, Painting, Marking, and Lighting of Vehicles Used on an
Airport.
Low profile barricades shall be in accordance with the details in the Contract Documents and meet the
requirements of FAA Advisory Circular 150/5370-2F, or current edition as of bid date. The barricades shall be
furnished, maintained and relocated during each phase by the Contractor. At the completion of the Contract, the
entire quantity of barricades shall be delivered to the Airport Authority complete and in good working order and
shall become property of the Airport Authority. Barricades shall be as detailed and installed per the Drawings
along the affected pavement edge or access to a closed runway, taxiway or apron.
Safety fence shall be furnished and installed at the locations as indicated on the Contract Documents and/or
directed by the Designer.
The power vacuum sweepers shall be Tymco, Model HSP-600 or Elgin Model Crosswind or an approved equal.
Depending on the size of the project and construction activity on aircraft operations area, a broom type sweeper
may be allowed by the Designer. The Contractor shall provide a minimum of one sweeper per taxiway
intersection at all times.
Taxiway ending marker shall be furnished and installed at the locations as indicated on the Contract Documents
and/or directed by the Designer. Taxiway ending marker shall meet the requirements of FAA Advisory Circular
150/5345-44J, Type L-858C, or current edition as of bid date.
Airfield Rescue and Firefighter (ARFF) roads cannot be taken out of service.
Equipment that is used for material handling on the airfield shall have working headlights and brake lights. Any
equipment that exits the AOA onto public roadways is subject to MDOT regulations.
Contractor to coordinate jet fuel line work with Airport Authority Operations prior to disturbance.
The Contractor shall not pull any associated airfield lighting electrical cables through manholes, junction cans,
pavement cans or through those devices if there are other cables present. All electrical cables shall be locked-out,
tagged-out, and de-energized prior to work activities.
Contractor shall provide all lighted X’s that are required on airfield work.
placement, relocation, maintenance, and removal of the lighted X’s.
Contractor will be responsible for
Contractor will provide all lighted, low profile, water or sand filled, taxiway/runway barricading.
If working on the AOA, the Contractor will be required to prepare an FAA Safety Plan Compliance Document
(SPCD) that is a part of the Safety Program.
Airport Operations Area (AOA) zipper road closure shall be coordinated with the DTW or YIP Airfield
Operation Units. Coordination shall take place at a minimum of five days prior to closure.
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Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-9
Airport Safety Requirements
The Contractor shall submit an FAA Form 7460-1 at least 60 days prior to any crane erections. All construction
involving cranes shall further be coordinated at least 72 hours in advance, excluding weekends, with the
applicable DTW and YIP Airfield Operation Division or Airport Authority Planning, Design, and Construction
Division. This does not include the time required for airspacing. The following information and actions are
required:
1. Location of the Crane.
2.
Maximum extendable height.
3.
Hours of operation.
4.
The top of each crane boom shall be marked by a 3' x 3' orange and white checkered flag — each box
being 1' square.
5.
Each crane shall be lowered at night and during periods of poor visibility as directed by Airport
Authority
Airfield Operation Units or Airport Authority Planning, Design, and Construction Division. In the event
the crane is approved to remain extended during the hours from sunset to sunrise, the highest point of the
crane boom will be lit with a red obstruction light in accordance with AC 70/7460-1, and the Michigan
Tall Structures Act.
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SECTION SP-10-10
Airport Safety Requirements
3.0
Specific Airfield Safety
Taxiway ending marker shall be furnished and installed at the locations as indicated on the Contract
Documents and/or directed by the Designer. Taxiway ending marker shall meet the requirements of FAA
Advisory Circular 150/5345-44J, Type L-858C, or current edition as of bid date.
Runway Closure Marker (lighted X) shall meet the latest edition of FAA AC 150/5345-55, or current
edition as of bid date, Lighted Visual Aid to Indicated Temporary Runway Closure. Runway Closure
Marker shall be Sherwin Industries, Inc. S1701 product or an approved equal in accordance with the
details shown on the Contract Documents and as approved by the Designer. At the completion of the
project the Runway Closure Markers and all associated equipment shall become the property of the
Airport Authority. The following are requirements for the Runway Closure marker:
A. Be a portable, towable unit that can be quickly removed from the runway. Includes a two inch bal
hitch on the trailer tongue and second hitch mounted on the rear of the trailer.
B. Consist of clear incandescent lamps or transmit a white color, arranged in the shape of a letter "X"
with arms crossed at an appropriate angle to make the “X” discernible. The arms shall be painted
aviation yellow on all sides so that the unit will be clearly visible when it is in position.
C. Be energized by a portable power supply, water-cooled diesel engine.
D. Be controlled so that the lighted signal will flash all lights simultaneously at an approximate rate of
2.5 seconds “on” (+/- 20%) and 2.5 seconds “off” (+/- 20%).
E. Provide the following daytime and nighttime visual reference during Visual Flight Rule (VFR)
conditions when placed on centerline and within 250 feet of the runway end:
F. Visible to the pilot at a range of at least 5 nautical miles.
G. Recognizable as a letter "X" from a range of at least l-1/2 nautical miles.
H. Provide lamp dimming capability for nighttime operations.
I.
Produce a signal that provides a horizontal coverage to at least 15 degrees on each side of the
runway centerline, and a vertical coverage from 0 degrees to 10 degrees above horizontal, both day
and night, at a range of 1-l/2 nautical miles.
J.
Adjustable aiming and leveling to allow tilting to an optimum angle of three degrees from vertical.
K. Withstand a minimum wind speed of at least 40 mph without affecting aiming or operation.
L. Include an illuminated failure indicator that is visible from the back (runway side) of the unit.
M. Include an operations placard in a conspicuous location that instructs operators to visually check the
operation of the device every two hours.
N. One person set up in less than 5 minutes.
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SECTION SP-10-11
Airport Safety Requirements
O. Diesel portable power with adapter to run directly from electrical outlets.
P. Trailer hitch options including tandem towing for on-airport operations.
Q. Ability to provide up to 120 hours of continuous operation.
R. Fail safe protection to ensure that the unit stays on as continuous light if the flasher unit should fail.
S. Dimensioning and lights arrangement shall follow FAA recommendations of AC 150/4535-55, or
current edition as of bid date.
The power vacuum sweepers shall be Tymco, Model HSP-600 or Elgin Model Crosswind or an approved equal.
Depending on the size of the project and construction activity on aircraft operations area, a broom type sweeper
may be allowed by the Designer. The Contractor shall provide a minimum of one sweeper per taxiway
intersection at all times.
In compliance with FAA AC 150/5370-2F, or current edition as of bid date, the Contractor shall prepare a Safety
Plan Compliance Document (SPCD). This document shall include a general statement by the Contractor that
he/she has read and will abide by the CSPP. Any details not identifiable for the CSPP should be included within
the SPCD. The SPCD is similar to the CSPP but shall not contain duplicate information. The contractor must
submit the SPCD to the Airport Authority for approval prior to the issuance of the NTP. The SPCD shall include
but not be limited to the following Checklist as applicable to the scope of the project:
Coordination. Discuss details of proposed safety meetings with the Airport operator and with
contractor employees and subcontractors.
Phasing. Discuss proposed construction schedule elements, including:
- Duration of each phase.
- Daily start and finish of construction, including “night only” construction.
- Duration of construction activities during:
o Normal runway operations.
o Closed runway operations.
o Modified runway “Aircraft Reference Code” usage.
Areas and operations affected by the construction activity. These areas and operations should be
identified in the CSPP and should not require an entry in the SPCD.
Protection of NAVAIDS. Discuss specific methods proposed to protect operating NAVAIDS.
Contractor access. Provide the following:
- Details on how the Contractor will maintain the integrity of the Airport security fence
(contract security officers, daily log of construction personnel, and other).
- Listing of individual requiring driver training (for certificated airports and as requested).
- Radio communications.
o Types of radios and backup capabilities.
o Who will be monitoring radios.
o Whom to contact if the Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT) cannot reach the
Contractor’s designated person by radio.
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SECTION SP-10-12
Airport Safety Requirements
o
Details on how the contractor will escort material delivery vehicles.
Wildlife management. Discuss the following:
- Methods and procedures to prevent wildlife attraction.
- Wildlife reporting procedures.
Foreign Object Debris (FOD) management. Discuss equipment and methods for control of FOD,
including construction debris and dust.
Hazardous material (HAZMAT) management. Discuss equipment and methods for responding to
hazardous spills.
Notification of construction activities. Provide the following:
- Contractor points of contact.
- Contractor emergency contact.
- Listing of tall or other requested equipment proposed for use on the airport and the time
frame for submitting 7460-1 forms not previously submitted by the Airport operator.
- Batch plant details, including 7460-1 submittal.
Inspection requirements.
procedures.
Discuss daily (or more frequent) inspections and special inspection
Underground utilities. Discuss proposed methods of identifying and protecting underground utilities.
Penalties. Penalties should be identified in the CSPP and should not require an entry in the SPCD.
Special conditions. Discuss proposed actions for each special condition identified in the CSPP.
Runway and taxiway visual aids. Including marking, lighting, signs and visual NAVAIDs. Discuss
proposed visual aids including the following:
- Equipment and methods for covering signage and airfield lights.
- Equipment and methods for temporary closure markings (paint, fabric, other).
- Types of temporary Visual Guidance Slope Indicators (VGSI).
Markings and signs for access routes. Discuss proposed methods of demarcating access routes for
vehicle drivers.
Hazard marking and lighting. Discuss proposed equipment and methods for identifying excavation
areas.
Protection of runway and taxiway safety areas. Including object free areas, obstacle free zones, and
approach/departure surfaces. Discuss proposed methods of identifying, demarcating, and protecting
airport surfaces including:
- Equipment and methods for maintaining Taxiway Safety Area standards.
- Equipment and methods for separation of construction operations from aircraft operations,
including details of barricades.
- Other limitations on construction should be identified in the CSPP and should not require
an entry in the SPCD.
The Safety Program, including the SPCD, shall be submitted to the Airport Authority for review.
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SECTION SP-10-13
Airport Safety Requirements
Contractor shall be familiar with all existing and limiting conditions that will or may have a bearing on
the performance of the Contract with regard to safety. Any limiting conditions shall be identified in
writing.
Throughout the duration of the Contract, any practice or situation that the Designer determines to be
unsafe or a hindrance to regular Airport operations shall be immediately rectified.
The following publications contain definitions/descriptions of critical Airport operating areas. The areas
defined below pertain to airfield safety requirements and are referenced throughout the Contract
Documents. Copies of these publications are available from the FAA at www.faa.gov. Advisory
Circular 150/5370-2F, or current edition as of bid date, "Operational Safety on Airports During
Construction": Sets forth guidelines to assist Airport operators in complying with FAR Part 139,
"Certification and Operation/Land Airports Serving Certain Air Carriers" and with the requirements of
federally funded construction projects.
FAR Part 77, "Objects Affecting Navigable Airspace," Current Edition: Establishes standards for
determining obstructions to navigable airspace. Civil Airport imaginary surfaces are defined in the
publication. It also sets forth requirements for notice of certain proposed construction or alteration.
Notice of construction provides a basis for recommendations for identifying the construction or
alteration in accordance with AC 70/7460-1, "Obstruction Marking and Lighting," or current edition as
of bid date.
AC 150/5300-13, "Airport Design" or current edition as of bid date: Establishes design, operational and
maintenance standards for Airports. Standard terms used in the Contract Documents are defined below:
Runway Safety Area (RSA) - The defined surface surrounding the runway over which aircraft
should, in dry weather, be able to cross at normal operating speeds without incurring significant
damage. A safety area is graded, drained and compacted. It is free of any holes, trenches,
humps or other significant surface variations or objects, other than those which must be there
because of their essential aeronautical function. The safety area requires the capability of
supporting maintenance, firefighting, and rescue vehicles under normal (dry) conditions.
Object Free Area (OFA) – An area on the ground centered on a runway, taxiway, or taxilane centerline provided
to enhance the safety of aircraft operations by having the area free of objects, except for objects that need to be
located in the OFA for air navigations or aircraft ground maneuvering purposes.
Obstacle Free Zone (OFZ) – The OFZ is the airspace below 150 feet above the established Airport elevation and
along the runway and extended runway centerline that is required to be clear of all objects, except for frangible
visual NAVAIDs that need to be located in the OFZ because of their function, in order to provide clearance
protection for aircraft landing or taking off from the runway, and for missed approaches. The OFZ is subdivided
as follows:
Runway OFZ. The airspace above a surface centered on the runway centerline.
Inner-approach OFZ. The airspace above a surface centered on the extended runway centerline. It applies to
runways with an approach lighting system.
Outer-approach OFZ. The airspace above the surfaces located on the outer edges of the runway OFZ and the
inner-approach OFZ. It applies to runways with approach visibility minimums lower than ¾-statute mile.
Taxiway Safety Area (TSA) – A defined surface alongside the taxiway prepared or suitable for reducing the risk
of damage to an airplane unintentionally departing the taxiway.
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SECTION SP-10-14
Airport Safety Requirements
The work shall proceed in such a manner as to provide safe conditions for all workers and personnel. The
sequence of operations shall be such that maximum protection is afforded to ensure that personnel and workers in
the work area are not subject to any dangerous conditions.
Prior to commencement of construction activity, the Contractor shall notify in writing, at least 72 hours in
advance, Airport Authority Operations and the Designer of its intentions to begin construction, stating the
proposed time, date, and area of which construction is to occur in order for the appropriate Notice-to-Airmen
(NOTAM) to be issued. During the performance of this Contract, the Airport facility shall remain in use to the
maximum extent possible. The Contractor shall not allow employees, subcontractors, suppliers, or any other
unauthorized persons to enter in any Airport area which may be open for aircraft use.
Should any of the following problems or hazards arise during construction, the Contractor shall immediately
rectify/correct the problem or hazard to the satisfaction of the Designer and the Airport Authority: Trenches,
holes, or excavations at or adjacent to any active runway or in safety areas. Unmarked/unlighted holes or
excavation at any active apron, taxiway, taxilane, or related safety area. Mounds or piles of earth, construction
materials, temporary structures, or other objects in the vicinity of any active taxiway, taxilane, or in a related
safety, approach, or departure area.
Vehicles or equipment (whether operating or idle) on any active runway, taxiway, taxilane, or in any related
safety, approach, or departure area. Vehicles, equipment, excavations, stockpiles, or other materials which could
degrade or otherwise interfere with electronic signals from radios or navigational aids (NAVAIDS). Runway
surfacing projects resulting in excessive lips greater than 1 inch for runways and exceeding 3 inches for edges
between the old shoulder and new surfaces at runway edges and ends.
Unmarked utility, NAVAID, weather service, runway lighting, or other power or signal cables that could be
damaged during construction. Objects (whether or not marked or flagged) or activities anywhere on or in the
vicinity of the Airport which could be distracting, confusing, or alarming to pilots during aircraft operations.
Unflagged/unlighted low visibility items (such as tall cranes, drills, and the like) anywhere in the vicinity of
active runways, or in any approach or departure area. Misleading or malfunctioning obstruction lights or
unlighted/unmarked obstructions in an approach to any active runway.
Inadequate approach/departure surfaces needed to assure adequate landing/takeoff clearance over obstructions or
work or storage areas. Inadequate, confusing or misleading (to user pilots) marking/lighting of runways,
taxiways, or taxilanes, including displaced or relocated thresholds. Water, dirt, debris, or other transient
accumulation which temporarily obscures pavement marking, pavement edges, or derogates visibility of
runway/taxiway marking or lighting. Inadequate or improper methods of marking, barricading, and lighting of
temporarily closed portions of Airport operations areas. Trash or other materials with foreign object damage
(FOD) potential, whether on runways, taxiways, or aprons, or in related safety areas. Inadequate barricading or
other marking which is placed to separate construction or maintenance areas from active aircraft operating areas.
Failure to control vehicle and human access to active aircraft operating areas. Construction/maintenance
activities or materials which could hamper the response of aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) equipment
from reaching all aircraft or any part of the runway/taxiway system, runway approach and departure areas, and
aircraft parking locations. Bird attractants on Airport, such as edibles (food scraps, etc.), miscellaneous trash, or
ponded water.
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SECTION SP-10-15
Airport Safety Requirements
4.0
Underground Work – Excavation, Shoring, Sheeting Trenching, Saw Cutting, and Drilling
The Contractor shall identify any known underground interferences or discrepancies on all available drawings
that can be provided by contacting the Designer, Airport Authority Planning, Design, and Construction office and
the Airport Authority Facilities & Infrastructure Division at:
WCAA Planning, Design, and Construction Office/Capital Improvement
Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
WCAA Facilities & Infrastructure Office
Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Prior to commencing any excavation (on or off AOA), drilling (on or off the AOA), driving fence posts (along the
AOA), trenching (on or off the AOA), saw cutting (AOA only), the Contractor shall review drawings with
Airport Authority personnel to insure that all underground obstructions and utilities are identified. In addition the
contractor shall contact MISS DIG and coordinate with the Airport Authority Call Center to assign the
verification of utilities by Airport Authority Maintenance. Both MISS DIG and Airport Authority Maintenance
and the Contractor shall attempt to locate utilities. The Contractor will be completely responsible for all damage
to underground utilities. The Contractor shall coordinate request for sweeps of utilities by completing the
Contractor Request For Sweep Form (Attachment #3) at least 72 hours prior to any excavations. One sweep of
the identified area is covered under contract. After the sweeps have been completed, the Contractor shall
complete the Trenching/Saw Cutting/Drilling/Excavation Checklist (Excavation Checklist) (Attachment #5). The
Contractor shall not proceed until the Excavation Checklist has been signed by an Airport Authority
representative or designee. If the sweep encompasses more than 5,000 linear feet or one acre, the request shall be
made at least two weeks prior to completing the Excavation Checklist. Airport Authority will notify the
Contractor a minimum with 24 hours after receiving notice. At that time the Airport Authority will indicate if it
can complete the sweep. If it can’t, the Contractor will be responsible to complete the sweep and/or use MISS
DIG.
After the area has been successfully swept, the Contractor shall properly complete, sign, date, and distribute the
Excavation Checklist (Attachment #5). Contractor may not commence excavation without an executed
Excavation Checklist.
Each utility shall be swept in the following manner:
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Flags can be used but shall be color coordinated as suggested below. In addition the “acronym”
for that utility shall be written on one side of the flag with a permanent marker.
Stakes can be used. The top two inches of the stake shall be painted in color as suggested
below. In addition the “acronym” for that utility shall be written on one side of the stake with a
permanent marker.
Painting is only authorized on asphalt, concrete, and metal surfaces. Markings shall be color
coordinated as suggested below. The acronym for the utility shall be used for each utility. A
line that shows the direction of the utility shall emanate from the acronym in each direction.
All marking of utilities shall be every 50 feet.
Electrical Loops (non AOA)
Airfield Electrical
Acronym
Use “Elec”
Use “Elec”
Color
Red
Red
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SECTION SP-10-16
Airport Safety Requirements
Natural Gas
Sanitary
Storm
Combined Sewers
Water (potable and fire)
FAA Copper
FAA Fiber
WCAA Fiber
Telephone
Jet Fuel
Glycol
Oil
Gasoline
Diesel
Steam
Condensate
Use “Nat Gas”
Use “Sanit”
Use “Storm”
Use “Combo”
Use “Water”
Use “FAA Cop”
Use “FAA Fib”
Use “Fiber”
Use “Tele”
Use “Jet Fuel”
Use “Glycol”
Use “Oil”
Use “Gas”
Use “Diesel”
Use “Steam”
Use “Conden”
Yellow
Brown
Brown
Brown
Blue
Red
Orange
Orange
Orange
Yellow
Blue
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Black
Black
*if abandoned still shall stake, mark, or flag but write down “aband” before the
abbreviated prefix indicated above.
The individual marking, staking, or flagging shall mark the utilities in a way that
coincides with the drawings that are referenced on the Request for Sweep Form.
If a utility or any underground obstruction is found it shall be reported immediately to the Designer or the Airport
Authority Project Supervisor.
Contractor employees in an excavation shall be protected from cave-ins by an adequate protective system unless
the excavation is:
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Made entirely of stable rock, or
Less than 5 feet deep and determination has been made that there is no potential for a cavein.
Excavation shall be protected using proper barricading materials which shall be installed a minimum of 6 feet
back from excavation (unless in conflict with airfield requirements). Barricade material can be wood, steel cables,
or chain supported at intervals so that the barricade does not sag or drop below the required height. Caution tape
is not an approved barricade material. Guardrail/jersey barriers may be required and shall provide a top rail, mid
rail, and toe board at proper elevations and be able to withstand a minimum 200 pound of force without
collapsing.
The Contractor is responsible for documenting utility information for use during construction and preparation of
as-builts.
Should the Contractor need additional sweeps to be performed by the Airport Authority, the Contractor shall
submit a new Contractor Request for Sweep Form (Attachment #3).If a sweep of an area already swept is
requested, the Contractor shall be responsible for all associated costs of the subsequent sweep(s), including time
for Airport Authority personnel.
The Contractor, as needed, will conform to the Miss Dig Facility Damage & Safety Prevention Act.
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SECTION SP-10-17
Airport Safety Requirements
5.0
Fall Protection Control
Fall Hazard Control requires that Contractors comply with fall prevention and protection procedures in
accordance with Michigan Occupational Safety and health Administration (MIOSHA) Part 45.
The Contractor shall not use any tie off points unless pre-approved by the Airport Authority.
Fall Protection wile b required on specific mobile equipment and platforms.
Installation of fall protection systems on the ground:
- As much as practicable, fall protection such as nets, and lifelines, are installed on material
and equipment on the ground.
Reducing fall hazards in the construction process:
- As much as practicable, permanent stairs, floors, decking, handrails, and walls are installed
as the structures are being built. Also, material and equipment such as structural steel and
tanks are erected in sections and painted on the ground to reduce fall exposures.
Safe access:
- Methods to provide safe access to work areas are included in the JHA. Safe access
includes ladders, scaffold, stairways, and ramps. Climbing structural steel and equipment is
not allowed.
Training:
- Before employees are allowed to use a particular fall protection method or system, they are
properly trained on proper use and limitations of the system. The training is the
responsibility of their supervisor.
When not protected by any other means of fall protection such as safety nets or scaffold with proper guardrails,
employees shall use full body harnesses, shock absorbing lanyards with double locking snap hooks, and an
adequate anchorage (fall arrest equipment). To achieve 100 percent fall protection, employees may need to use a
double lanyard system and/or vertical or horizontal lifelines, retractable lifelines, or other such approved devices.
Employees shall rig fall arrest equipment so that they can neither free fall more than 6 feet nor contact any lower
object. Anchorage points for fall arrest equipment shall be capable of supporting 5,000 pounds per employee and
located above the employee's body harness attachment point where practicable. Anchorage points shall be
independent of any anchorage being used to support or suspend scaffolds or other platforms.
When vertical lifelines are used, each employee shall be protected by a separate lifeline. The lifeline shall be
properly weighted at the bottom and terminated to preclude a device such as a rope grab from falling off the line.
Horizontal lifelines should be limited to two persons at one time between supports. Horizontal lifelines shall be
designed, installed, and used under the supervision of a qualified person. The horizontal lifeline shall be designed
to maintain a safety factor of at least two.
Prior to each use, employees shall visually inspect all fall arrest equipment for cuts, cracks, tears or abrasions,
undue stretching, overall deterioration, mildew, operational defects, heat damage, or acid or other corrosion.
Equipment showing any defect shall be withdrawn from service.
All fall arrest equipment subjected to impacts caused by a free fall or by testing shall be removed from service.
Employees should store all fall arrest equipment in a cool dry place not subjected to direct sunlight.
Employees shall not use fall arrest equipment until they have been properly trained in its use.
Foremen shall ensure fall protection is available and used as required for all employees they are responsible for.
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SECTION SP-10-18
Airport Safety Requirements
Fall arrest equipment shall not be used for any other purpose such as tow ropes or hoist lines.
Proper guardrails shall be installed on open sides of all walkways and runways where the fall distance exceeds 4
feet.
Proper guardrails shall be installed on all open sided floors where the fall distance exceeds 4 feet.
All floor openings or floor holes shall be protected by guardrails or hole covers. If hole covers are used, they shall
be strong enough to support the maximum intended load, secured against displacement, and properly labeled. If
the cover is subject to vehicular traffic, it shall be capable of supporting at least two times the axle load of the
largest vehicle expected to cross over it. When operating a scissor lift work platform, the lift shall have guardrails
on all open sides and the door access chains or rails in place.
Employees operating aerial lifts shall wear a body harness and lanyard attached to the aerial lift. Employees shall
not attach the lanyard to an independent structure. Employees riding in a crane suspended work platform shall
wear a body harness and lanyard attached to the grab rail of the platform.
Employees working on wall forms or rebar shall wear a body harness and lanyard in addition to a positioning
device when exposed to a fall in excess of 6 feet. Position devices shall be rigged to prevent a free fall greater
than 24 inches.
Stairs, ladders, or ramps shall be provided for all access ways where there is a change in elevation greater than 19
inches.
When guardrails are used for fall protection, they shall consist of a top rail, intermediate rail, and toeboard. The
top rail shall have a vertical height of 42 inches, the midrail shall be at 21 inches, and the toeboard 4 inches.
Guardrail systems shall be constructed so that there are no openings greater than 19 inches. When wood railings
are used, the post shall be of at least 2 inch by 4 inch stock spaced not to exceed 8 feet, the top rail shall be of at
least 2 inch by 4 inch stock, and the intermediate rail shall be of at least 1 inch by 6 inch stock. If pipe is used, it
shall be at least 1-1/2 inch nominal diameter. If structural steel is used, it shall be of 2 inch by 2 inch by 3/8 inch
angles or equivalent. If wire rope is used for railings, it shall have a diameter of at least 1/2 inch and be stretched
taut to allow no more than a 3 inch deflection. Guardrail systems shall be capable of supporting a force of at least
200 pounds applied within 2 inches of the top edge.
Guardrail systems shall be constructed so that when a 200 pound force is applied in a downward direction, it will
not deflect to a height less than 39 inches.
If wire rope is used for top rails, it shall be flagged at no more than 6 foot intervals with high visibility material.
Manila or synthetic rope shall not be used as guardrails. Employees shall not stand or sit on guardrails.
If an employee ever feels that any piece of his or her fall protection equipment is unacceptable or unsafe, he/she
must contact his/her super-visor, who will immediately turn the equipment in for replacement. Harnesses,
lanyards, hooks, etc., shall be visually inspected for the condition of rivets, buckles, stitching, D-rings, tabs,
frayed or broken strands, cuts and abrasions, burns, rot, soundness of latching and locking mechanisms, and
general appearance. Any piece of fall protection equipment that does not pass inspection will be immediately
destroyed and replaced. Any piece that is subjected to loading will be immediately destroyed and replaced.
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SECTION SP-10-19
Airport Safety Requirements
6.0
Fire Prevention
The Contractor shall provide appropriate fire extinguishers for its employees.
The Contractor shall not shut down or in any way interfere with the normal operation of the Airport Authority’s
sprinkler or fire control system. In all cases where the Contractor requires draining of a sprinkler system, a
request shall be made with the Airport Authority Fire Division.
The Contractor shall not attach any tooling, equipment, rigging or any other device to a sprinkler pipe. Ladders
shall not be placed against sprinkler pipes.
Contractor shall field verify location at sprinkler heads prior to performing cutting, burning, and/or welding
operations. If in doubt, contact the Airport Authority Fire Marshall. Any damage to a sprinkler system shall be
reported and repaired immediately.
Materials, trucks, ladders, racks and all other equipment shall be kept clear of aisles, exits, and firefighting
equipment, sprinkler risers, fire alarm boxes, electrical lighting, power panels, and valves.
No burning, cutting , welding, or heat generating operation shall be allowed in any area on Airport Authority
property without first obtaining a Wayne County Airport Authority - Hot Work permit from the Airport Authority
Fire Division (Attachment #4).
Only the Airport Authority Fire Division will issue welding and burning permits. An inspection of the work area
will be conducted prior to issuance of the permit. Issuance of the permit will allow heat generating operations to
be performed in the areas stated on the permit only. Permits are good for the shift they are issued on. If work is
going to continue on the next shift, a new permit is required unless approved by the Airport Authority Fire
Division.
Oxygen and acetylene cylinders not in use, shall be properly stored and capped, and secured by a chain or rope.
All flammable liquids shall be stored in approved safety containers. Airport Authority Fire Division shall give
permission before any quantity in excess of 5 gallons is brought onto the Airport Authority’s property. Oily rags
and/or rags soaked with flammable liquids shall be stored in approved safety containers only. Paint and painter’s
equipment, drop sheets, cleaning materials, shall be stored in a clear area away from any heat generating
operation.
Lids shall be replaced on all opened paint and/or solvent containers. All solvents are to be stored in approved
safety containers.
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SECTION SP-10-20
Airport Safety Requirements
7.0
Crane/Derricks/Lifting Equipment/Rigging
All crane operators shall be thoroughly knowledgeable in the operations of the crane, rigging equipment, and
other MISOHA requirements relating to lifting.
NOTAMS may be required depending upon the location and height of the lift. Contractor shall contact Airport
Authority Airfield Operations (734) 942-3685 prior to any crane activity. Lifting shall not be done over any
employees. Tag lines shall be used for all lifts greater than 20 feet. No lifts shall be made when winds are
sustained over 25 mph. Outrigger shall be shored so they do not damage property. Contractor will be responsible
for any property damage to paved or concrete surfaces.
A prelift review shall be performed by the Contractor for every critical lift. A Critical lift shall be defined as a lift
with a hoisted load that is within 15% of the maximum load limits (normal) of the equipment that is being used.
Before a critical lift is performed the Contractor shall submit a Critical Lift Plan that is prepared and approved by
a Professional Engineer that is registered with the State of Michigan. The Critical lift Plan will include the
following:
- Description of the lift
- Crane Position
- Lift Height
- Load Radius
- Boom and angle
- Size and weight of load
- Percent of cranes capacity
- Personnel involved
- Rigging plan
- Communications methods
- Ground Conditions
- Inspection Procedures
- Procedures for hosting (if applicable)
- The critical lift plan will also document the source (i.e. weight, crane and rigging
capacities, inspections, and wind speeds).
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SECTION SP-10-21
Airport Safety Requirements
8.0
Hazardous Energy Control
Examples of energy sources that are required to be locked out and tagged regardless of who has custody are:
Any time repairs or modifications are made to electrical systems, either temporary or permanent, they shall be
locked out. Locks shall be applied to the main disconnect switch whenever possible. A tag shall accompany all
locks.
Electrical systems that provide electrical power to equipment, such as pumps and electrical motors, shall be
locked out by the Contractor until such time that system is released. Depending upon the location of the work, the
disconnects may have to be coordinated with the Airport Authority Electrical Unit or an Airport Authority
Building Operator.
Electrical systems that provide electrical power to the airfield signage and lighting.
Lines, valves and similar systems that are being tested pneumatically or with Inert gases, such as oxygen, shall be
tagged and locked out to prevent an accidental discharge of the pressure within the line. In addition, areas
affected by the pneumatic test shall be barricaded against entry and inspected by the Contractor prior to
commencement of the test.
Air lines, hydraulic lines, gas lines, blanking, pressure storage units, valves, capacitors and other such sources
that could be inadvertently activated or discharged causing a hazardous condition, shall be locked out, blanked or
otherwise neutralized to prevent accidental activation.
Any steam, natural gas, refrigeration, chemical feed, glycol, water, fuel oil, diesel, and jet fuel lines that could be
inadvertently activated or discharged causing a hazardous condition, shall be locked out, blanked or otherwise
neutralized to prevent accidental activation and or a hazardous condition. In some cases double block and bleed
maybe required.
Access to all electrical systems will be coordinated by the Airport Authority Electrical Unit. This includes access
to all panels, breakers, switches, relays, substations, and all relevant switch gear. All initial desegregation and
reenergizing will be coordinated through the Airport Authority Electrical Unit.
Access to all utilities and equipment not including electrical systems can be coordinated with the Airport
Authority Maintenance and the Facilities and Infrastructure Divisions.
In some cases a “system” may be turned over to a Contractor or Vendor for repairs and testing. If a system is
turned over to a Contractor or Vendor for testing and repairs, the lock-out rules below in this Part still apply.
To get a system energized or de-energized, the Contractor will get approval from the Airport Authority Project
Representative. This will require coordination with various Airport Authority departments. If a system is deenergized, back-up utility service may be necessary (i.e. electrical generator) pending the details of the work and
proposed outage.
Shutting down systems will be conducted in a manner that will minimize interruption. The Contractor shall
complete the Utility Interruption Form (Attachment #6) and submit it to the Airport Authority Project
Representative at least five business days in advance prior the shut down. The Airport Authority Project
Representative will coordinate with those tenants/lease holders who will be affected by the shut down. All
outages will be conducted on midnights unless authorized by the Airport Authority Project Representative.
To take overall control and custody of a system for a period of time, the contractor shall complete and execute the
Airport Authority Utility System Custody Form (Attachment #7) five business days in advance prior to work with
all the proper notifications
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SECTION SP-10-22
Airport Safety Requirements
Systems that are 480 volts or more will not be turned over to Contractors, unless authorized by the Airport
Authority Electrical Department.
If more than one employee is required to lockout and tag a circuit or piece of equipment, a multiple padlock
device (hasp) shall be used.
Depending upon the location of the work, some disconnects may have to be coordinated with the Airport
Authority Building Operator/Tennant.
This procedure establishes a lockout practice for securing machinery and equipment during periods of
construction and maintenance. It is essential that all Contractors are consistent with their lockout procedure to
ensure the safety of all employees. A lockout procedure is to render inoperative electrical systems, air lines,
hydraulic lines, mechanical devices, pumps, conveyors, fuel, glycol, water, gasoline, jet fuel, pipelines, valves
and all other such energy and stored energy systems that may accidentally be energized or discharged while
employees are working on them before they are ready and released for service.
Contractors shall administer their own lockout program where not identified by this document. The Contractor
shall issue all locks and applicable tags to their foreman, general foreman, superintendents and employees as
necessary. The Contractor shall maintain a lock and tag log. Tags are required to have the Contractor’s name,
phone number, employee name, and supervisor name easily identified on each tag. Contractors shall use lock
boxes in all areas except:
- Airport Lighting Vaults at Willow Run and Detroit Metro
- North Terminal Substation #1
- North Terminal Substation #2
- North Terminal Substation #3
- North Terminal Substation #4
- Wayne County Airport Authority Boiler Plant/Powerhouse (Building 611).
- Metro Energy Center
- McNamara Terminal Substation #1
- McNamara Terminal Substation #2
- McNamara Terminal Substation #3
- McNamara Terminal Substation #4
- McNamara Terminal Substation #5
- McNamara Terminal Substation #6
- McNamara Terminal Substation #7
- McNamara Terminal Substation #8
- Building Substations – Willow Run
Areas above (1-15) are locations that have pre-designed lock out tag out boards, podiums, and/or Airport
Authority provided lock boxes that will be utilized. After equipment has been locally de-energized (i.e. regulator
or switch gear) by Airport Authority Electricians, Airport Authority Electricians will lock out the device with an
Airport Authority administrative lock and HASP. The Contractor will be required to place their HASP on the
Airport Authority HASP at the local disconnect. Afterwards the contractor will be required to hang their personal
locks and tags at the local disconnect on their HASP. The Airport Authority will lock all the administrative keys
inside the podium or the Airport Authority provided lock box. During work activities the equipment will be
locked out and under control of the Airport Authority Electrical Unit. If a Contractor needs to access the
electrical room or vault to remove locks and tags they shall coordinate with the Airport Authority Electrical Unit.
All other areas where lock out tag outs are to be completed and not specified above in item K will be considered
as remote locations. At remote locations the Contractor and the Airport Authority will follow the same
procedures as listed above, but will keep the administrative keys in a lock box at a designated location.
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SECTION SP-10-23
Airport Safety Requirements
When Airport Authority employees are to work on equipment that contractors are also working on, WCAA
employees will place their personal locks and tags on the Airport Authority HASP.
All energy sources shall be locked out and a “DANGER” tag affixed to the equipment or System indicating who
installed the lock, Contractor’s name, phone number (24-hour contact), and the reason the system was locked out.
Each employee shall be responsible for hanging his or her own lock and tag on the proper piece of equipment
before starting work. No employee or other Contractor may work on a lock and tag belonging to another
employee. Contractor supervision shall be responsible for assisting employees in locating the proper piece of
equipment to be locked out and tagged. Each employee involved with “lockout” shall have a lock with an
individual key. No locks with duplicate or master keys shall be used. Contractors are required to identify locks by
either tags, paint or die markings. Unidentified locks are subject to removal by using the “lock removal
procedure.”
After locking out and tagging a circuit, an attempt to energize the equipment shall be made by depressing or
turning “on” all starting stations before work begins. In no case shall work begin before circuits and equipment
are tested to ensure that they are, in fact, de-energized.
Any employee who removes a tag or lock belonging to another employee or person, or overrides a tag or lock in
any way, may be removed from the Airport property. Written authorization has to be obtained from the foreman,
general foreman, superintendent and Project Manager of the responsible Contractor when a lock has been left on
a piece of equipment and the originator is not available for removal.
When locks and tags are required, Contractors employees working on that system shall notify their appropriate
supervisor. The supervisor, or his designee, shall see that appropriate locks and tags are provided. When work is
completed, the appropriate supervisor is also to be notified when locks and tags are removed.
After equipment or systems are turned over to the Airport Authority, no work or Airport Authority modifications
will be performed without compliance to Airport Authority’s Lockout/Tagout Program.
There may be some equipment that cannot be physically locked out using any type of device. If a situation exists
where equipment cannot be locked out the contractor shall notify the Airport Authority and a Job Hazard
Analysis is to be prepared.
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SECTION SP-10-24
Airport Safety Requirements
9.0
Confined Space Entries
The Airport Authority has several “confined spaces” which will require a written permit prior to entry in
accordance with the MIOSHA standard for permit required confined spaces Part 90 and Part 490.
Airport Authority’s confined space procedures can be obtained by contacting the Airport Authority Risk
Management department. After reviewing the Airport Authority Confined Space Procedures, the contractor shall
evaluate and follow their confined space entry guideline. It is up to each contractor to perform a pre-entry
inspection and to classify the confined space. If a classification cannot be achieved the contractor is to work
with the Airport Authority Environmental and Risk Management Units.
Airport Authority Fire Division will not act as “Standby” for confined space services.
Any Contractor involved in a confined space entry shall meet all State, Federal, and Airport Authority standards,
relative to confined spaces, including:
- MIOSHA requirements.
- Demonstration of proof that their employees who enter, act as standby attendants, issue
permits, or perform rescue team functions have been properly trained.
- Issuance and posting of their confined space entry permits by qualified permit issuers.
- Providing appropriate confined space instrumentation to measure oxygen levels, explosive
atmospheres, or the presence of toxic gases.
- Providing rescue equipment.
Airport Authority personnel will not perform the above confined space entry procedures for Contractors or
provide any instrumentation or equipment. However, the Airport Authority will provide the necessary equipment
where Airport Authority personnel will also be entering the confined space.
When Airport Authority employees are also entering the same confined space as the Contractors, Airport
Authority employees will control the confined space entry.
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SECTION SP-10-25
Airport Safety Requirements
10.0
Hazardous Materials/Environmental
Work on Airport Authority projects may involve hazardous materials. If working in buildings with suspect
materials please contact the Airport Authority Environmental unit for clarification on those suspected material.
Hazardous materials can be easily identified using the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) labeling and
identification system. All hazardous materials arriving on site shall be properly labeled, stored, and managed as
required by the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for that material, or as directed by Airport Authority Fire,
Airport Authority Environmental and Airport Authority Risk Management. If shipments are being shipped to
Willow Run, then Willow Run Maintenance (734-485-6672) shall be notified separately as well as Airport
Authority Environmental, Airport Authority Fire, and Airport Authority Risk Management.
All wastes shall be properly stored, labeled, managed, and disposed of in accordance with the Airport Authority
project specifications and Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) regulations, or as otherwise
directed by the Airport Authority Environmental personnel.
Contractors and Subcontractors are required to have copies of all MSDS’s for all materials brought on site.
If suspect unknown hazardous materials are identified, then the job should stop until further direction by the
Airport Authority Environmental and Risk Management Departments.
If potentially hazardous waste/materials have been indicated in the bid documents and could be foreseen in a
project, proposal, or work order, then the contractor is expected to have onsite the proper personal protective
equipment and instruments for detection and safety.
Contractor shall provide mitigation plans for projects that include abatement or remediation.
Contractor to immediately report spills to Airport Authority Operations and MDEQ. Reports are to conform to
MDEQ requirements.
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SECTION SP-10-26
Airport Safety Requirements
11.0
Roofing Operations
Access to the rooftops shall be coordinated with the Airport Authority Project Representative.
Bitumen kettles will not be permitted on the Airport Authority’s property until the Airport Authority Fire
Division has inspected them. Once approved, the Airport Authority Fire Division will designate the location of
the kettle. The Contractor or Subcontractor shall provide fire extinguishing equipment suitable for the operation.
Propane tank shall be properly protected.
Smoking, cutting, burning, or welding will not be permitted on any roof where roofing operations are being
performed.
Where large quantities of bitumen are required for roofing operations, the material will be mechanically pumped
to the roof.
Reduce the possibility of fires by keeping work areas clean. This shall be done on daily basis.
Fall protection requirements shall be adhered to including perimeter protection, harnesses with lifelines, warning
line system within 6 feet of roof edge.
Access to the roof and ladders shall be cleared by Airport Authority Security and the Building operator.
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SECTION SP-10-27
Airport Safety Requirements
12.0
Removal of Existing Equipment
This section does not pertain to large-scale demolition work. Removal of abandoned or existing equipment,
hangers, piping, conduit, etc. is a major safety concern at the construction site throughout the duration of the
contract. When reviewing the scope of work, a site hazard assessment will be completed by the Contractor, with
all safety and environmental concerns addressed, including methods of removal. Mechanical means of removal
will be used versus oxy-gas cutting, whenever possible.
Special consideration should be given for the use of mechanical shearing where removing of building structure
will be involved and the structure is contaminated with lead paint. Hydraulic lines can be cut easily. Residual
hydraulic oil in lines can cause dangerous flashback if cut with a torch. Even though the lines are drained, not all
of the hydraulic fluid can be removed. Galvanized conduit and raceways filled with wires can be cut with the
shear. This eliminates potentially hazardous vapors, gases, and fumes coming from the galvanizing and wiring.
Selection of the mechanical equipment will be the responsibility of the Contractor, but shall meet the approval of
the Airport Authority. To avoid nuisance odors and possible disruptions to adjacent populated work areas and the
general public, work may have to be performed during low peak periods. All rented equipment will be equipped
with suitable audio and/or visual back up alarms and shall meet applicable government requirements.
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Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-28
Airport Safety Requirements
13.0
Vehicle Operation on the AOA
All vehicles accessing the AOA shall be placarded with a company name and logo or some other form of
identification. All vehicles shall be limited to the Airport zipper road, paved leasehold areas and/or construction
areas unless specifically authorized by the DTW or YIP Airfield Operations Unit.
All construction vehicles/mechanized equipment authorized within the Movement Area or related safety areas
shall be marked with a flag on a staff attached to the uppermost portion of the vehicle/motorized equipment so
that the flag will be readily visible. The flag shall be at least a 3' x 3' square having a checkered pattern of
international orange and white squares at least 1’ on each side in accordance with FAA Advisory Circular
150/5210-5.D, or current edition as of bid date.
During nighttime hours, all equipment operating on the Airport exceeding 15 feet in height shall be lit with a red
obstruction light in accordance with FAA Advisory Circular 70/7460-1, or current edition as of bid date. This
light is to be located on the uppermost portion of the equipment.
All construction equipment that exceeds 20 feet in height are required to be “airspaced” as determined by the
FAA Form 7460-1. This will require the contractor to notify the DTW or YIP Operations Units so that may have
to issues a NOTAM.
Contractor utilized bicycles, motorcycles and two-wheeled scooters are prohibited on the AOA.
Vehicle(s)/equipment shall be operated in a manner that does not interfere with aircraft operations. All
vehicle(s)/equipment shall yield right of way to all aircraft and emergency vehicles. Vehicles/mechanized
equipment operators shall obey all traffic signs and markings.
Vehicles/equipment shall not stop or be parked so as to block a driveway, AOA access gate, fire lane or aircraft
Vehicles/equipment shall not stop or be parked in areas other than those prearranged and approved by the DTW
or YIP Airfield Operation Units.
No equipment or vehicles may be parked within six feet of an AOA fence. The established speed limit on the
Ramp and AOA is 15 mph. Vehicle(s)/equipment shall not be operated by individuals under the influence of any
substance which impairs the ability to do so in a safe manner
If an incident occurs on the AOA the incident shall be reported immediately to the DTW or YIP Airfield
Operation Units by contacting (734) 942-3685. Airport Authority DTW and YIP Airfield Operations and Airport
Authority Public Safety have the right to investigative all incidents and issue citations. The Contractor is still
obligated to produce their own incident report to be submitted to the Airport Authority upon request. The
Contractor is required to submit an incident report no later than 24 hours after the incident.
Vehicle/mechanized equipment operators are not permitted to move about the Airport, outside the designated
construction area, at night unless the vehicle has operating head lights, tail lights and brake lights, or is under the
escort of a properly lighted vehicle. Head lights shall not be set on high beam when moving about the Airport at
night.
Vehicles/mechanized equipment authorized on the Movement Area (runways, taxiways, and ramps) and/or
associated safety areas shall be equipped with an electrically powered, amber color, 360-degree omni-direction
light, mounted on the vehicle such that it is conspicuous from any direction.
At no time shall a vehicle enter the Movement Area and/or associated safety areas unless it is authorized by the
DTW or YIP Airfield Operation Units and is in continuous radio communication with the Control Tower. If a
vehicle is not radio equipped to communicate with the Control Tower, an escort vehicle equipped with such a
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SECTION SP-10-29
Airport Safety Requirements
radio shall lead or direct the movement of this vehicle while operating on the Movement Area unless the
construction area is completely closed to Airport movement and cordoned off. Coordination of escorts shall be
prearranged with the DTW or YIP Airfield Operation Units. Any individual authorized unescorted access to the
Movement Area or associated safety areas shall have completed the driver training program administered by the
DTW or YIP Airfield Operations Department.
Seat belts shall be utilized on equipment/vehicles that are designed for usage.
The Airport Authority may remove and impound, at the owner’s expense, any vehicle/equipment which is
disabled, abandoned, improperly parked, or represents an operational hazard
All vehicles/equipment shall be appropriately secured such that neither aircraft blast nor wind will result in their
movement.
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SECTION SP-10-30
Airport Safety Requirements
14.0
AOA Contractor Escorts
AOA Contractor Escorts and Flagging
The Contractor shall provide an adequate number of escorts/flaggers for material deliveries along haul routes and
the movements of the Contractor’s vehicles/mechanized equipment and personnel within the Movement Area and
Non-Movement Areas as authorized by the DTW or YIP Airfield Operation Units. To arrange for employees to
become an escort the contractor shall complete the following:
For DTW Projects: those selected Non-Movement Area escort employees are required to be badged by
Airport Security, go through Security Identification Display Area (SIDA) training program, and pass the
computerized test. Office hours for Credentials are Monday thru Friday from 8:30 am until 4:00 pm
(closed 11:30-12:30 for lunch). The office can be contacted at (734) 932-3606 or visit the Airport
Authority’s website at www.metroairport.com and click on the “Badging” link on the top tool bar for
additional information on Badge processing. Upon successfully completing the security requirements,
those employees who have been selected as escorts shall contact the Airport Authority Airfield
Operations Access and Permits office to coordinate finalization of the permit and to coordinate training
on the AOA with an DTW or YIP Airfield Operations agent. Training is performed at 10:00 am and
1:00 pm each day Monday thru Friday. The DTW Operations and Permits office can be reached at 734942-3823.
Movement Area escort/flagging employees are required to complete and pass an additional eight hour class on
Ground Vehicle Operations. For scheduling contact Airfield Operations Training Unit at (734) 942-3595. For YIP
Projects: All employees are encouraged, but only Supervisory personnel (Foreman, Site Superintendants, Project
Managers, etc.) are required to be trained and badged. These badged individuals will be responsible for escorting
their employees and Subcontractors in closed and cordoned construction sites. The YIP Operations Unit, or
designee, will perform any escorts in open AOA Movement Areas. Badge applicants are to complete the required
badge
paperwork
(available
at
the
office
or
online
at
http://www.willowrunairport.com/information/BadgingAccessControl.asp) and attend a 1.5 hour Airport
Security/AOA Driver’s Safety Training Class at the Operations/Security Office (734) 485-6675. Training is
provided at 10:00 am and 1:30 pm Tuesdays and Thursdays, by appointment only. A $20 non-refundable badge
processing fee, payable in cash or money order only, will be charged for each badge.
During any absence of the approved escort(s)/flagger(s) or for periods that they are unable to perform their
specified duties, all work within the Movement Area and associated safety areas for projects shall stop.
Additionally, all personnel and equipment shall be escorted to approved locations outside the Movement Area
and related safety areas. NO contract time extension will be granted for time lost due to the absence of escort(s).
Work shall resume only with the return of the approved escort(s).
The escort/flagger shall ensure that all equipment maintains proper clearances from moving aircraft.
For flaggers/escorts contracted through the Airport Authority, the Contractor shall be responsible for the cost of
each required flagger/escort at the hourly rate identified on the Wayne County Airport Authority
Flagging/Escorting Service Request Authorization Form (See WCAA Airside Operations). The Contractor shall
also be responsible for completing and submitting this form.
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SECTION SP-10-31
Airport Safety Requirements
15.0
Special Construction Rules on the AOA
When airfield construction is being performed on the AOA the following rules will apply unless modified in
writing by the DTW or YIP Airfield Operation Units. All construction activities on the AOA shall include a
specific Construction Safety Phasing Plan (CSPP) and a Safety Plan Compliance Document (SPCD)as required
by the FAA. The SPCD will address compliance to and details required by the CSPP and include any other topics
of discussion that might be mentioned during the safety phase planning meeting.
The safety phase planning meeting shall be held prior to mobilization to the AOA. Any Airport construction
and/or alteration requires the Contractor to complete and submit FAA Form 7460-1 Notice of Proposed
Construction or Alteration (available from the FAA Air Traffic Division Regional Office), and www.FAA.gov at
least 60 days prior to the start of the project.
The Contractor shall complete and submit FAA Form 7460-1 for all equipment and/or temporary structures,
utilized during any Airport construction and/or alteration that exceeds a height of 20 feet above ground level.
This includes
- Cranes;
- Derricks;
- Stockpiles of materials or equipment; and
- Earthmoving equipment.
A copy of all completed FAA Form 7460-1's and the FAA’s determination(s) shall be on file with the Department
of Aviation prior to commencing the erection or construction of the item(s) proposed by the Contractor. The
Contractor will provide the DTW or Yip Airfield Operation Units with the FAA determination number, for
internet review, or paper copy of the full determination. The Contractor shall erect and maintain fencing,
barricades, signs and warning devices used to delineate the perimeter of all construction areas, as approved by the
Airport Authority Airfield Operation Units.
All escorts performed within the Movement Area and/or associated safety areas, shall be provided by an
authorized Escort. The Airport Authority Airfield Operation Units and the Airport Authority Security Division
shall designate all access points into the AOA. All points of entry into the AOA, which are under the Contractor’s
control, shall be secured and/or guarded and should be coordinated with the Airport Authority Security Division
or YIP Airfield Operations/Security Division. Deliveries are to be strictly controlled (by the Contractor) using
personnel specifically acquainted with these rules. The Contractor shall provide properly manned escort vehicles
as required to guide and escort all deliveries to the work area(s).
All work outside an approved construction area shall be submitted, in writing, 72 hours in advance, excluding
weekends
Unless otherwise specified by the DTW or YIP Airfield Operation Units or Airport Authority Planning, Design,
and Construction Division, all work outside an approved construction area shall be marked in accordance with
Barricade Details Checklist included at the end of this document. All barricades, lighting and warning devices
used to delineate any construction or hazardous area(s) are to be provided by the Contractor.
At no time shall personnel, vehicles or equipment be located or enter any of the following areas unless authorized
by DTW or YIP Airfield Operation Units or Airport Authority Planning, Design, and Construction Division.
- Within 250 feet parallel to an active runway centerline (to be indicated on the CSPP and/or
SPCD).
- Within 400 feet parallel to an active runway centerline without equipment and stockpile
removal.
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Airport Safety Requirements
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Within 1,000 feet of the end of active runways (each end to be indicated in the CSPP
and/or SPCD).
- Within 160 feet parallel to an active taxiway centerline operating with Group V aircraft
without proper approval.
- Active NAVAID Critical Areas.
On the Movement Area and/or associated safety areas during times of inclement weather or unusual events as
determined by the DTW or YIP Airfield Operation Units. During such times all work is to be suspended. All
equipment shall be removed to approved staging areas
Trenches and/or Excavations Trenches and/or excavations shall not be allowed in the following areas without
closure or restriction of the adjacent Movement Area:
- Within 250 feet parallel to a runway centerline.
- Within 400 feet parallel to a runway centerline, without proper trench and excavation
cover.
- Within 160 feet parallel to a taxiway centerline operating with Group V aircraft without
proper approval.
- Within 1,000 feet of the end of a runway.
- Active NAVAID Critical Areas.
Barricading/plating of trenches and/or excavations shall be in accordance with the requirements contained in
Barricade Details Checklist. No trenching is allowed under AOA fence without prior approval and coordination
by the Airport Authority Security Division. All stockpiled material(s)/supplies shall be constrained in a manner to
prevent movement resulting from aircraft blast or wind conditions. Material(s)/supplies shall not be stored within
500 feet of aircraft turning areas or movement areas. Stockpiled material(s)/supplies shall not exceed 15 feet in
height unless the Contractor has complied with all requirements for airspacing and secured approval from the
DTW or YIP Airfield Operation Units or Airport Authority Planning, Design, and Construction Division. All
material(s)/supplies shall be positioned so it will not obstruct the line of sight from the Control Tower to the
Movement Area. Marking and lighting shall be in accordance with the requirements contained in Barricade
Details Checklist.
Stockpile material may not be within 6 feet of an AOA fence. Nighttime work, not covered by the Contract
Documents, requires 72 hours advanced approval, excluding weekends, by the DTW or YIP Airfield Operation
Units. Lighting for nighttime work shall be shielded and positioned downward so as not to hinder the vision of
the air traffic controllers in the control Tower or the pilots of moving aircraft.
Debris, waste, and loose materials shall not be allowed on the Movement Area. If debris and/or loose materials
are observed to be on active portions of the Movement Area, the Contractor will be responsible for correcting the
discrepancy immediately. At the direction of the DTW or YIP Airfield Operation Units, debris problems
occurring during construction, NOT corrected by the Contractor in a timely manner, will be corrected by the
Airport at the Contractor’s expense. The Contractor is responsible for controlling dust problems resulting from
construction and clean-up processes, as defined by the DTW or YIP Airfield Operation Units or WCAA
Planning, Design, and Construction Division, resulting from construction and clean up processes. The Contractor
may be working in an air operations area in which a high degree of care is necessary to control debris and dust.
Spilled material on active roadways, runways, taxiways and aprons will be swept up immediately. The
Contractor will be aware that the construction area may be subject to jet blast and significant wind velocities.
Dust control measures will be required to prevent loose material from blowing within or outside the air operations
area.
If the Contractor uses or if a haul road crosses any area used by aircraft, service or emergency vehicles, a vacuum
power broom and/or hand sweeping will be used to keep this area clean of debris which could damage aircraft
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SECTION SP-10-33
Airport Safety Requirements
engines or propellers. The Contractor will be liable for any damages that occur. Power brooms and sweepers
shall be vacuum capable. Prior to opening any Runway, Taxiway, Ramp, Apron or Associated Safety Area, that
has been closed for construction; the Contractor shall arrange for an inspection by the DTW or YIP Airfield
operations director or his/her designee.
All barricades used by the Contractor to designate an unusable or hazardous area on the AOA, shall be secured in
place against movement or jet blast. The Contractor shall ensure that all barricades and hazard lighting are
operational prior to departing the construction area at the end of each workday.
In accordance with FAR Part 139, The DTW or YIP Airfield Operation Units shall, prior to the release of work
crews, inspect all areas to ensure that:
-
Paved areas are free of surface variations in accordance with FAR Part 139.
All unpaved safety areas are cleared and graded and have no potentially hazardous ruts,
humps, depressions or other surface variations.
All trenches or excavations within active Runway and/or Taxiway safety areas are
backfilled to support the weight of an aircraft or Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF)
equipment.
If the trenches, excavations or hazardous areas have been authorized to remain in place,
they are to be adequately plated and marked and lighted in accordance with Barricades
Detail Checklist.
Location of haul routes on the Airport site shall be approved by the DTW or YIP Airfield Operation Units or
Airport Authority Planning, Design and Construction Division. All haul routes on the Airport shall be marked,
when necessary, and maintained by the Contractor. These routes shall be restored to their original condition upon
completion of the construction project. Markings, if required, shall be provided by the Contractor, in accordance
with specifications established by the DTW or YIP Airfield Operation Units or Airport Authority Planning,
Design, and Construction Division, and Airport Authority Security. Construction equipment shall not be
permitted to operate upon paved areas unless the equipment has pneumatic tires or special means, approved by
the Airport Authority Planning, Design, and Construction Division, provided to protect the pavement.
Construction equipment shall not exceed a height of 20 feet above the Airport surface without approval by the
Airport Authority Airfield Operation Units. All construction involving cranes shall be coordinated at least 72
hours in advance, excluding weekends, with the Airport Authority Airfield Operation Units or Airport Authority
Planning, Design, and Construction Division. This does not include the time required for airspacing. The
following information is required:
- Location of the Crane.
- Maximum extendable height.
- Hours of operation.
- The top of each crane boom shall be marked by a 3' x 3' orange and white checkered flag
— each box being 1' square.
- Each crane shall be lowered at night and during periods of poor visibility as directed by
Airport Authority Airfield Operation Units or Airport Authority Planning, Design, and
Construction Division. In the event the crane is approved to remain extended during the
hours from sunset to sunrise, the highest point of the crane boom will be lit with a red
obstruction light in accordance with AC 70/7460-1
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SECTION SP-10-34
Airport Safety Requirements
16.0
Special Construction Rules on the AOA
Construction is a dynamic process; it is ever changing in physical and environmental forms until the construction
process is completed. At the Airport Authority all contractors who are required to perform construction work
shall use the job hazards analysis process. Its purpose is to develop a preliminary hazard analysis on proposed
work operations as to their potential for injury, property damage, or both. Once potential hazards have been
identified, identify procedures to eliminate or mitigate their potential for occurrence.
Direct benefits of the hazard analysis are as follows:
- Potential for injury or property damaged is eliminated;
- Indentifies hazards;
- Improves safety;
- Defines job procedures;
- Provides training;
- Increases awareness;
- Provides improvement in job methods;
During the planning stages of the project work, activities are flagged that require job hazard analysis. Further
work operations requiring job hazards analysis may be identified by weekly workarounds, responses to accidents
or audits, safety meetings, or committee meetings, or if work activities change that have not been addressed.
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SECTION SP-10-35
Airport Safety Requirements
17.0
Housekeeping
Leads, hoses, and extension cords shall be hung up with a nonconductive material, off all floors, stairways, and
walkways. Trash such as drinking cups, cans, and scraps from lunch are not to be thrown down, but disposed of
properly in marked containers.
Available material, equipment, concrete forms, pipe, etc., are to be orderly, stacked out of walkways, and from in
front of doors, stairways, and ladders.
Oil, grease, and other such liquid spills shall be cleaned up at the time of spill and are not to be left unattended.
Each craft is responsible for housekeeping in its respective work areas.
Where such items as protruding rebar and anchor bolts create an impalement hazard or tripping hazard they shall
be properly protected and conspicuously marked.
Trash barrels and 55 gallon drums shall not be hoisted by holes cut in the sides; adequate means of support shall
be used.
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SECTION SP-10-36
Airport Safety Requirements
18.0
Site Sanitation
Potable water:
Nonpotable water:
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An adequate supply of potable water shall be provided on all projects.
Portable containers used to dispense drinking water shall be capable of being tightly
closed, and equipped with a tap. Water shall not be dipped from containers.
Any container used to distribute drinking water shall be clearly marked as to the nature of
its contents and not be used for any other purpose.
The common drinking cup is prohibited.
Where single service cups (to be used but once) are supplied, both a sanitary container for
the unused cups and a receptacle for disposing of the used cups shall be provided.
Outlets for nonpotable water, such as for industrial or firefighting purposes only, shall be
identified by signs to clearly indicate that the water is unsafe and is not to be used for
drinking or washing purposes.
There shall be no cross-connection, open or potential, between a system furnishing potable
water and a system furnishing non-potable water. Toilets at construction sites:
Washing facilities:
Employees can use public restroom expects when projects engaged in activities where employees are exposed to
sludge, chemicals, or other harmful contaminates must provide adequate washing facilities onsite. This can be
accomplished by receiving permission to use the WCAA non-public facilities or constructing a temporary wash
station. This would require a potable water holding tank, soap, towels, and weather protection. Such facilities
should be mobile and maintained in close proximity to work locations and along the route of travel to the parking
area.
Food consumption:
−In an attempt to prevent the possibility of contracting a hand-to-mouth disease, all employees must wash their
hands before breaks, lunch, and going home. All consumables such as food, candy, dip tobacco, cigarettes,
coffee, sodas, etc., should be not stored or consumed in the work area. These items should not leave the personal
car parking lot unless sanitary lunch areas are designated for that purpose.
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SECTION SP-10-37
Airport Safety Requirements
19.0
Compressed Gasses
Care shall be exercised in handling all compressed gas cylinders. They shall not be dropped, jarred, or exposed to
temperature extremes. Cylinders shall have the valve cap or valve protection device in place at all times, except
when in actual use or connected to a welding set. Cylinders shall not be rolled and shall not be lifted by the valve
or valve cap; a suitable cradle or other device shall be used. Cylinders shall have their contents properly
identified.
Cylinders not having fixed hand wheels shall have keys, handles, or non-adjustable wrenches on the valve stems
while the cylinders are in service. Compressed gas cylinders, whether full or empty, shall be stored and
transported in an upright position and chained or otherwise secured so they cannot fall or be upset. Oxygen
cylinders in storage shall be separated from fuel-gas cylinders or combustible materials (especially oil or grease)
a minimum distance of 20 feet or by a 5 foot high noncombustible barrier. Cylinders shall not be placed where
they might become part of an electric circuit or within 5 feet of an electrical outlet. Employees shall never force
connections which do not fit nor shall they tamper with the safety relief devices of cylinder valves.
Before the regulator is removed from a cylinder, the valve shall be closed and all pressure released from the
regulator. A leaking cylinder shall not be used. Such cylinders shall be taken outdoors away from sources of
ignition. The supervisor shall be notified. A flame shall never be used to detect gas leaks. The recessed top of
cylinders shall not be used as a place for tools.
Oxygen--Oil, grease, or similar materials shall not be allowed to come in contact with any valve, fitting,
regulator, or gauge of oxygen cylinders:
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Oxygen shall never be used as a substitute for compressed air.
When an oxygen cylinder is in use, the valve should be opened fully in order to prevent
leakage around the valve stem.
Acetylene--Acetylene cylinders shall be properly secured and always used, transported, or stored in a vertical
position. Cylinders shall be protected from sparks, flames, and contact with energized electrical equipment:
- An acetylene cylinder valve shall not be opened more than one and one-half turns of the
spindle and preferably no more than three-fourths of a turn.
- Employees shall not use acetylene in a free state at pressures higher than 15 psi.
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SECTION SP-10-38
Airport Safety Requirements
20.0
Safe Supports and Scaffolds
Each project shall designate at least one competent person to oversee scaffold operations. Operations shall
include scaffold erection, moving, dismantling, altering, repairing, etc. The competent person shall ensure the
proper type of scaffolding is selected for each task, and that only experienced and properly trained employees
erect, move, dismantle, alter, or repair scaffolds. The competent person shall ensure each scaffold is erected in
accordance with Contractors requirements, manufacturer's specifications, and applicable OSHA standards.
The competent person shall inspect each scaffold prior to employees accessing the scaffold, before each shift, and
after any occurrence that could affect the scaffold's structural integrity and shall tag or ensure the scaffold is
tagged according to the scaffold tagging procedure.
Scaffold Tagging Procedure
Prior to assigning an employee or crew to work off of a scaffold, the foreman responsible for the employee or
crew shall interface with a scaffold competent person to ensure the scaffold is complete and properly tagged. The
foreman shall then visually inspect the scaffold to verify it is complete and properly tagged according to the
following:
- Green Tag--This scaffold was built to meet OSHA regulations; it is safe to use.
- Yellow Tag--This scaffold does not meet OSHA regulations; personal fall arrest systems
are required. This tag is used in situations where guardrails cannot be constructed on all
open sides of a scaffold platform because of an interference or obstruction.
- Red Tag--This scaffold is not complete; DO NOT USE.
Employees shall not use a scaffold unless it is properly tagged according to the scaffold tagging procedure.
Scaffold Requirements No employee, or any material or equipment, shall be supported or permitted to be
supported on any portion of a pole structure, scaffold, ladder, walkway, or other elevated structure, crane or
derrick, etc., without it first being determined that such support is adequately strong and properly secured in
place.
Employees shall check all scaffolding prior to use to ensure it is of sufficient strength and rigidity to safely
support the weight of persons and material to which it will be subjected. Employees shall not use a scaffold from
4 to 6 feet in height, having a minimum horizontal dimension of less than 45 inches, unless there is present a
standard guardrail, with midrail and toe board, to provide adequate employee protection. Employees shall not use
a scaffold over 6 feet in height unless there is present a standard guardrail, with midrail and toeboard to provide
adequate employee protection.
Scaffold planks shall be secured in place and extend over their end supports by not less than 6 inches (unless
cleated) nor more than 12 inches. Scaffolds shall not be moved without first removing all loose tools, materials,
and equipment resting on the scaffold deck.
The footing or anchorage points for scaffolds shall be sound, rigid, and capable of carrying the maximum
intended load without settling or displacement. Unstable objects such as barrels, boxes, loose brick, or concrete
blocks shall not be used to support scaffolds or planks. Scaffolds shall be erected level and plum and rigidly
braced to prevent swaying and displacement. Scaffolds shall not be altered or moved horizontally while being
used or occupied except when specifically designed for such use. Movable scaffolds shall have the casters or
wheels locked to prevent movement.
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Airport Safety Requirements
The width of all scaffolds, ramps, and platforms shall be sufficient to prevent congestion of persons, materials, or
equipment, and in no case shall they be less than 18 inches wide. They shall extend to the entire platform depth.
Synthetic or natural fiber rope shall not be used as guardrails. Employees working on suspended scaffolds shall
be protected by an independent lifeline, body harness, and lanyard. Safe access shall be provided for all scaffolds.
Structural members should not be used as a means of access.
Employees shall not use a scaffold unless it is properly tagged according to the project scaffold tagging
procedure.
Only competent persons may erect, dismantle, or alter a scaffold. Only scaffold grade planks (appropriately
marked) shall be used for work platforms. Scaffold planks shall not be painted with non-transparent materials
which could obscure defects. Scaffold foundations shall utilize the manufacturer's footer plates.
Mobile Scaffolds:
Platforms shall be tightly planked for the full width of the scaffold except for necessary entrance opening.
Platforms shall be secured in place. All tools and equipment shall be removed from the scaffold before it is
moved or repositioned. The rollers shall be secured to the scaffold frame by using a manufactured pin or by No. 9
wire to prevent displacement. Standard guardrail systems shall be used on all open sides of the scaffold.
Swinging Scaffolds:
On suspension scaffolds designed for working load of 500 pounds, no more than two workers shall be permitted
to work at one time. On suspension scaffolds with a working load of 750 pounds, no more than three workers
shall be permitted to work at one time. Each employee shall be protected by an approved full body harness
attached to an independent lifeline.
The lifeline shall be securely attached to substantial members of the structure (not scaffold), or to securely rigged
lines, which will safely suspend the employee in case of a fall.
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SECTION SP-10-40
Airport Safety Requirements
21.0
Ladders
Wooden ladders shall not be painted so as to obscure a defect in the wood; only a clear, nonconductive finish
shall be used. All ladders shall be inspected frequently and regularly. Ladders with weakened, broken, or missing
steps; broken side rails; or other defects shall be tagged and removed from service.
Ladders and scaffolds shall be sufficiently strong for their intended use. Portable metal ladders shall not be used
in the vicinity of energized electrical circuits. (Exception: Such ladders may be used in specialized work, such as
high voltage substations, where nonconductive ladders might present a greater hazard. These ladders shall be
properly marked.)
Ladders shall not be placed in front of a door that opens toward the ladder, unless the door is open, locked, or
guarded. When ascending or descending ladders, employees shall have both hands free and shall face the ladder.
Only one employee shall work from a ladder at one time (except for hook type ladders). If two employees are
required, a second ladder shall be used. Ladders shall not be used as scaffold platforms. Boxes, chairs, etc., shall
not be used as ladders. Employees shall not use a ladder until they have been properly trained in its use.
Each quarter, a formal ladder inspection must be performed by a competent person designated by the Project
Manager. If the ladder passes the inspection, it shall be tagged with a colored tie-wrap for the respective quarter.
If it fails, it shall be tagged with a "DO NOT OPERATE" tag until repairs are made. When the ladders are being
inspected, the Quarterly Ladder Inspection form must be filled out by the competent person.
Straight Ladders:
Portable straight ladders shall not be used without nonskid bases. The ladder shall be placed so that the distance
between the bottom of the ladder and the supporting point is approximately one fourth of the ladder length
between supports. Straight ladders shall not be climbed beyond the third step from the top.
When working from a portable ladder, the ladder must be securely placed, held, tied, or otherwise made secure
to prevent slipping or falling. When dismounting from a ladder at an elevated position (as at a roof), the
employee shall ensure that the ladder side rails extend at least 3 feet above the dismount position, or that grab
bars are present.
Two Step Ladders:
Employees shall wear a body harness and lanyard, and tie off to a secure anchor whenever both hands must be
used for the job or are exposed to a fall in excess of 6 feet. Ladders shall not be spliced together to form a longer
ladder. A ladder shall not be placed against an unsafe support. Employees climbing a ladder with a fall exposure
greater than 24 feet shall be protected by an approved cage, ladder climbing device, or by the use of a body
harness, lanyard, lifeline step Ladders. The top two steps shall not be used. Step ladder legs shall be fully spread
and the spreading bars locked in place. Step ladders shall not be used as straight ladders. When an employee is
working on a step ladder over 6 feet high, the employee shall use a body harness and lanyard attached to a
substantial anchor.
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SECTION SP-10-41
Airport Safety Requirements
22.0
Material Handling/Ergonomics
An employee shall obtain assistance in lifting heavy objects or power equipment shall be used.
When two or more persons carry a heavy object that is to be lowered or dropped, there shall be a prearranged signal
for releasing the load.
When two or more persons are carrying an object, each employee, if possible, should face the direction in which
the object is being carried (The right way to lift is easiest and safest. Crouch or squat with the feet close to the
object to be lifted, secure good footing, take a firm grip, bend the knees, keep the back vertical, and lift by bending
at the knees and using the leg and thigh muscles. Employees shall not attempt to lift beyond their capacity.
Caution shall be taken when lifting or pulling in an awkward position.)
Employees should avoid twisting or excessive bending when lifting or setting down loads. When moving a load
horizontally, employees should push the load rather than pull it. When performing a task that requires repetitive
lifting, the load should be positioned to limit bending and twisting. The use of lift tables, pallets, and mechanical
devices shall be used in these instances. When using such tools as screwdrivers and wrenches, employees should
avoid using their wrists in a bent (flexed), extended, or twisted position for long periods of time. Employees
should maintain their wrists in a neutral (straight) position.
When gripping, grasping, or lifting an object such as a pipe or board, the whole hand and all the fingers should be
used. Gripping, grasping, and lifting with just the thumb and index finger should be avoided.
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SECTION SP-10-42
Airport Safety Requirements
23.0
Hand Tools
All tools, regardless of ownership, shall be of an approved type and maintained in good condition. (Tools are
subject to inspection at any time. A foreman has the authority and responsibility to condemn unserviceable tools,
regardless of ownership.) Defective tools shall be tagged to prevent their use and shall be returned to the tool room
for repairs.
Employees shall always use the proper tool for the job performed. Hammers with metal handles, screwdrivers,
knives with metal continuing through the handle, and metallic measuring tapes shall not be used on or near
energized electrical circuits or equipment. Tools shall not be thrown from place to place or from person to person;
tools that must be raised or lowered from one elevation to another shall be placed in tool buckets or firmly attached
to hand lines.
Tools shall never be placed unsecured on elevated places. As impact tools such as chisels, punches, drift pins, etc.,
become mush-roomed or cracked, they shall be dressed, repaired, or replaced before further use.
Chisels, drills, punches, ground rods, and pipes shall be held with suitable holders or tongs (not with the hands)
while being struck by another employee. Shims shall not be used to make a wrench fit. Wrenches with sprung or
damaged jaws shall not be used.
Pipe shall not be used to extend a wrench handle for added leverage unless the wrench was designed for such use.
Tools with sharp edges shall be stored and handled so that they will not cause injury or damage. They shall not be
carried in pockets. Wooden handles that are loose, cracked, or splintered shall be replaced. The handle shall not be
taped or lashed with wire. All cutting tools such as saws, wood chisels, drawknives, or axes shall be kept in suitable
guards or in special compartments.
Tools shall not be left lying around where they may cause a person to trip or stumble. When working on or above
open grating, a canvas or other suitable covering shall be used to cover the grating to prevent tools or parts from
dropping to a lower level where others are present or the danger area shall be barricaded or guarded. The insulation
on hand tools shall not be depended upon to protect users from shock.
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SECTION SP-10-43
Airport Safety Requirements
24.0
Hand Tools
The noncurrent carrying metal parts of portable electric tools such as drills, saws, and grinders shall be effectively
grounded when connected to a power source unless:
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The tool is an approved double-insulated type.
The tool is connected to the power supply by means of an isolating transformer or other
isolated power supply, such as a 24 volt dc system.
All powered tools shall be examined prior to use to ensure general service-ability and the presence of all applicable
safety devices. The electric cord and electric components shall be given an especially thorough examination and
documented on the Electrical Inspection Log. Powered tools shall be used only within their capability and shall be
operated in accordance with the instructions of the manufacturer.
All tools shall be kept in good repair and shall be disconnected from the power source while repairs are being
made. Electrical tools shall not be used where there is a hazard of flammable vapors, gases, or dusts.
All power tools and cord sets shall be protected by ground fault circuit interrupters.
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Airport Safety Requirements
25.0
Heaters
UL approved salamanders, radiant heaters, and space heaters are the only approved heaters on the jobsite.
Heaters shall be kept at least 20 feet from buildings and other combustible items or as approved by the WCAA Fire
Marshal. Job-made heaters, solid fuel salamanders, and open fires are prohibited on the jobsite.
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SECTION SP-10-45
Airport Safety Requirements
26.0
Barrier Tape Identification System
In order to uniformly identify particular hazards, a barrier tape identification system has been developed for use by
all employees working on the construction site. It has been developed so that any employee working on the jobsite,
regardless of craft, can recognize and avoid a hazard when properly marked.
The following barrier tape identification system shall be used:
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General Purpose--Yellow tape (may have black in it). Used for low hazard areas where
access should be monitored and controlled. "Use caution when crossing."
General--Red tape (may have black in it). "Do not cross."
Logistics--Multicolor triangular flagging. Used to identify lay-down areas, walkways, etc.
"Use caution when crossing."
Radiation--Yellow with magenta (purple) tape. Possible radiation hazard, X-ray, etc. "Do
not cross."
The supervisor erecting the barrier tape shall hang a tag on the tape that indicates the hazard, name of employer,
name of person erecting the tape, and date erected. The barriers shall be erected far enough back from the hazard to
allow for adequate warning and protection from the hazard. The barrier shall be constructed so that it will stand
against adverse weather conditions and construction traffic. If the hazard is of a magnitude which requires
additional protection (hard barricades, lights, etc.), the supervisor responsible for erecting the barricade shall see
that additional protection is provided. It is the erector's responsibility to maintain the barrier as long as the hazard is
present. It is also his or her responsibility to take down and dispose of the barrier when its use is not needed.
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Airport Safety Requirements
27.0
General Electric Rules
All electrical work shall be in compliance with the latest edition of the National Electrical Code, unless otherwise
provided by MIOSHA regulations. Electrical installations and maintenance shall be performed only by qualified
electricians.
Extension cords used with portable electric tools shall be the 3 wire type, shall be protected from damage, and shall
not be fastened with staples, hung from nails, or suspended from wires. Splices shall have soldered wire
connections with insulation equal to the cable. Worn or frayed cables shall not be used.
Except where bulbs are deeply recessed in the reflector, bulbs on temporary lights shall be equipped with guards.
Temporary lights shall not be suspended by their electric cords unless designed for suspension.
Receptacles for attachment plugs shall be of approved, concealed contact type. Where different voltages,
frequencies, or types of current are supplied, receptacles shall be of such designs that attachment plugs are not
interchangeable.
Cable passing through work areas shall be covered or elevated at least 7 feet off the ground. Unprotected cables,
extension cords, etc., shall NEVER be run over by vehicles, heavy equipment, JLGs, scissor lifts, etc.
Boxes for disconnecting means shall be securely and rigidly fastened to the surface upon which they are mounted
and fitted with covers.
Employees shall not be permitted to work in such proximity to any part of an electric power circuit that he or she
may contact the same in the course of his or her work unless the employee is protected against electric shock by deenergizing the circuit and grounding it or by guarding it by effective insulation or other means. In work areas where
the exact location of underground electric power lines is not known, workers using jackhammers, bars, or other
hand tools which may contact an energized line shall be provided with insulated protective gloves.
For 15 and 20 ampere receptacle outlets on single-phase, 120 volt circuits for construction sites which are not a part
of the permanent wiring of the building or structure, ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) shall be used for
employee protection.
Employees shall test GFCIs before they are used on a daily basis and, if there is a malfunction, shall report the
problem to his or her supervisor. Each month, the Project Manager shall designate a competent person in electrical
safety to test the GFCIs and report the results on the GFCI Monthly Test form. All outlets, "bang-boxes," etc.,
shall be tagged with a monthly inspection tag. When the competent person checks the GFCIs, the month and day
they were tested shall be marked.
All electrical circuits, equipment, and conductor enclosures shall have a grounding system, which is permanent and
continuous, of such capacity to conduct safely any fault current likely to be imposed on it, and has sufficiently low
resistance to limit the voltage to ground and facilitate the operation of the circuit breaker in the circuit. The
continuity and resistance of grounding systems shall be tested immediately after installation, after any repair or
modification, and annually thereafter.
All electrical powered equipment and machinery shall be de-energized and locked out before any maintenance or
repair work is performed. Where overhead power lines are encountered on a jobsite and equipment has the
potential to contact the lines, the safe minimum clearances shall be followed. The lines shall be either relocated in
cooperation with the utility or Owner, or safe clearance barriers shall be erected. Example: install poles and wire
rope that has reflective tape or other acceptable attention getting markings at safe minimum clearance locations
away from the power lines. Ground level signs shall also be constructed to make operators aware of the hazard
above. The safe minimum clearances are as follows.
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Airport Safety Requirements
All employees who face the risk of electric shock from working on, near, or with electrical circuits, which is not
reduced to a safe level by electrical installation, shall be trained in the recognition, avoidance, and control of
specific electrical hazards.
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SECTION SP-10-48
Airport Safety Requirements
28.0
Disposal Chutes
Whenever materials are dropped more than 20 feet to any exterior point of a building, an enclosed chute shall be
used. When debris is dropped through holes in the floor without the use of chutes, that area where the material is
dropped shall be enclosed with barricades not less than 42 inches high and not less than 6 feet back from the
projected edges of the opening above. Warning signs of the hazards of falling material shall be posted at each
level.
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Airport Safety Requirements
29.0
Non-AOA Motor Vehicles and Mechanized Equipment
All vehicles in use shall be checked at the beginning of each shift to assure that all parts, equipment, and
accessories that affect safe operation are in proper operating condition and free from defects. All defects shall be
corrected before the vehicle is placed in service.
No person shall use any motor vehicle, earth moving, or compacting equipment having an obstructed view to the
rear unless:
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The vehicle has a reverse signal alarm distinguishable from the surrounding noise level, or
The vehicle is backed up only when an observer signals that it is safe to do so.
Heavy machinery, equipment, or parts thereof which are suspended or held aloft shall be substantially blocked to
prevent falling or shifting before employees are permitted to work under or between them.
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ATTACHMENT #1
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Airport Safety Requirements
Attachment 1
Contractor Safety Guidelines
DATE:
COMPANY NAME:
PROJECT:
COMPANY TYPE (General Contractor, Mechanical, etc.):
SCOPE OF WORK:
ADDRESS:
TELEPHONE NO.:
RESOURCES
1.
Name of company Safety and Health Contact:
Title:
2.
What percent of this person's time is spent on safety and health related matters?
3.
What professional safety and health certifications does this person hold (e.g.,
CSP, PE, CIH)?
4.
How many other full-time safety and health representatives are
employed by your company?
5.
Name of Safety Representative proposed for this project:
%
Title:
What percent of this person's time will be spent on safety and health related
matters?
%
Submit copy of Safety Representatives qualifications with completed
questionnaire.
Yes
6.
No
Does your company have a written procedure to ensure that adequate safety and
health program resources, such as budget, equipment, training, and manpower
are included in each project bid? If yes, submit
a copy with completed questionnaire.
PROGRAM ELEMENTS
Yes
1.
Does your company have a written safety, health, and accident prevention
program (SP)? If yes, submit a copy with your completed questionnaire. If the
answer is no, the bid may be disqualified.
2.
Does your company have a written program to ensure safety and health issues are
preplanned into each project and work operation (e.g., job hazard analysis,
checklists, etc.)? If yes, submit a copy with the completed questionnaire or
reference page number in the SP.
No
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3.
Does your company have a written safety incentive program that will be
implemented on this project? If yes, submit a copy with the completed
questionnaire or reference page number in the SP.
4.
Does your company have a written accident/incident investigation procedure? If
yes, submit a copy with the completed questionnaire or reference page number in
the SP.
Yes
No
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Yes
No
Page No.
Do your written procedures require near-miss incidents to be investigated?
5.
Does your company have a written safety and health training program?
If yes, submit a copy with the completed questionnaire or reference page number
in the SP. If the answer is no, the bid may be disqualified.
If yes, does the program include the following?
New employee/project orientation
Weekly "toolbox" meetings
Daily job briefings
Supervisor safety training
Task specific training
OSHA required training
Other
6.
Does your company have a written procedure to ensure that only employees who
are qualified by training and experience are allowed to operate equipment, tools,
machinery, and vehicles? If yes, submit a copy with the completed questionnaire
or reference page number in the SP.
7.
Does your company designate and train competent and authorized people as
required by the applicable OSHA standards (e.g., electrical, scaffold erection,
etc.)?
8.
Does your company have a written procedure to audit projects to ensure all
projects are in compliance with applicable laws, requirements, etc.? If yes,
submit a copy with the completed questionnaire or reference page number in the
SP.
9.
Does your company have a written procedure to screen subcontractors based on
their past safety performance? If yes, submit a copy with the completed
questionnaire or reference page number in the SP.
10.
Does your company use a screening process to ensure employees are physically
able to perform work as assigned? If yes, submit a copy with the completed
questionnaire or reference page number in the SP.
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE PROGRAM
1.
Does your company have a written drug free workplace program that includes
drug testing? If yes, submit a copy with your completed questionnaire. If the
answer is no, the bid may be disqualified.
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Airport Safety Requirements
2.
If the answer to Question 1 is yes, does your written drug free workplace
program include the following?
Pre-employment drug and alcohol testing
Post accident drug and alcohol testing
For cause drug and alcohol testing
Random drug and alcohol testing
Supervisor and employee training
Yes
No
OSHA CITATIONS
Yes
1.
Has your company received any Federal or State Plan OSHA citations within
the last 3 years?
2.
If the answer to question 1 is yes, how many of each of the following types of
citations have you received?
Willful
Imminent danger
Serious
Nonserious
De minimus
Give a brief description of the nature of the citation(s), or attach a copy of the citation(s).
ACCIDENT AND ILLNESS STATISTICS
Indicate year.
1.
How many man-hours has your company worked in each of the last 3 years?
2.
How many OSHA recordable injuries did your company experience in each of
the last 3 years?
3.
Based on the below listed formula (a), what are your incident rates for each of
the last 3 years? If the rates are above the current national average, the bid may
be disqualified.
4.
How many lost time accidents/days away from work accidents has your
company experienced in each of the last 3 years?
5.
Based on the below listed formula (b), what is your lost workday case rate/days
away from work case rate for each of the last 3 years? If the rates are above the
current national average, the bid may be disqualified.
6.
How many fatalities has your company experienced in each of the last 3 years?
If yes, please provide a description of the fatalities below.
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Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-54
Airport Safety Requirements
No
7.
Submit a copy of your OSHA 200/300 logs for the last 3 years with your
completed questionnaire.
(a)
Number of injuries and illnesses x 200,000
Man-hours worked
(b) Number of lost time injuries and illnesses x 200,000
Man-hours worked
WORKER’S COMPENSATION EXPERIENCE MODIFICATION RATE
1.
List your company's Worker’s Compensation Experience Modification Rate for
each of the last 3 years. If most recent year has a rate greater than one, the bid
may be disqualified.
2.
Submit, on your insurance company letterhead, your Worker’s Compensation
Experience Modification Rate for each of the last 3 years with your completed
questionnaire.
Is there any additional information you feel we need to properly evaluate your company's safety and health program? If yes, please
explain below or attach additional sheets.
Name of Person Completing Questionnaire (please print):
Signature of Person Completing Questionnaire:
Title:
Date:
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Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-55
Airport Safety Requirements
ATTACHMENT #2
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-56
Airport Safety Requirements
Attachment 2 – Contractor Employee Review
Contractor Safety Guidelines
THIS DOCUMENT MUST BE KEPT ONSITE AND
UP TO DATE
Date:
Project Number:
From: _______
Prime Contractor
________________________
Sub-Contractor #1
Sub-Contractor #2
________________________
Sub-Contractor #3
Sub-Contractor #4
After reviewing general safety, emergency response, and specific area safety
requirements with all of your on-site assigned employees and sub-contractors, please
have them sign and indicate their badge ID number or the last five numbers of their social
security number on this sheet. If the employee or sub-contractor refuses to sign, the
superintendent shall print the employee’s name and write “employee has been read the
requirements but refuses to sign.”
“My Superintendent/Foreman/Supervisor has been explained to me the Wayne County
Airport Authority Contractor Safety Guidelines. I understand the requirements. I
understand that my deviation from these requirements could be cause for my dismissal
from this project.”
Signature
Date
Badge ID or Last 5
SSN:
Company
Name:
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Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-57
Airport Safety Requirements
Signature
Date
Last 5
SSN:
Company
Name:
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Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-58
Airport Safety Requirements
Signature
Date
Last 5
SSN:
Company
Name:
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Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-59
Airport Safety Requirements
ATTACHMENT #3
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-60
Airport Safety Requirements
Attachment 3 -Contractor Request For Sweep Form
Name of Company the Requesting the Sweep:_______________________________________________________________
Company Name
Project or Contract Number
Date and Time Submitted from General to Company Performing the Sweep:_______________________________________
Print Date
Print Time
Name/Contact of the Individual Requesting Sweep:___________________________________________________________
Print Name
Phone Number
Name/Contact of the Individual that will perform the Sweep:____________________________________________________
Print Name
Phone Number
Drawing Numbers Reviewed:____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________
Location/Time/Date Drawings were Reviewed:______________________________________________________________
Location
Time
Date
Name of your WCAA Project Represenative:_______________________________________________________________
Print Name
Was the WCAA Project Representative with you when you reviewed the Drawings: Yes
or
No
Circle One
After reviewing the drawings on file we are requesting that WCAA perform sweeps for the following utilities:
О
Electrical Non-AOA
О Electrical AOA
О Natural Gas
О
Sanitary
О Storm
О Combined Sewers
О Water (fire and potable)
О FAA Copper
О FAA Fiber
О WCAA Fiber
О Jet Fuel
О Glycol
О
Oil
О Telephone
О Gasoline
О
Steam
О Condensate
О Diesel
О Other:_____________
О Other:______________
О Other:_____________
I understand that my company will be performing onsite utility sweeps or I will be request a qualified vendor to conduct
onsite sweeps I understand that I must also attach a sketch to indicate the limits of the area I am requesting to be swept. If I
require additional sweeps outside the limits or require other utilities to be swept I understand a new form must be completed.
One this form has been exercised the work sweeps will begin. After the sweeps have been completed I will complete the
Excavation Checklist prior to any underground work that will be performed with the limits of the sketched area.
___________________________________________
Signature of the Individual Requesting the Sweep
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-61
_______________________
Date
Airport Safety Requirements
ATTACHMENT #4
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-62
Airport Safety Requirements
Wayne County Airport Authority – Hot Work Permit
Site Survey For: Cutting, Welding, Burning, AND/OR
Tar Kettle Work at ALL DTW/YIP Locations.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 911
Survey Requested By: (Company Name, Tenant, Airline,
or Department):
Contact Person:
Contact
Number:
AFTER INSPECTION THIS WILL
PERMIT______________________________________________________________________________________________________
Name of Company Doing The Work
TO___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Identify the Ignition Source and the Job to Be Done
FROM________:________ AM/PM
TO________:________ AM/PM ________/________/________ (day/month/year)
Extend TO:________:________ AM/PM
TO________:________ AM/PM BY ________/________/________ (day/month/year)
Extend TO:________:________ AM/PM
TO________:________ AM/PM BY ________/________/________ (day/month/year)
The operator shall take the necessary precaution to eliminate all possible fire hazards and to prevent damage to any construction work, building materials, equipment and all
other property, both public and personal involved in connection with their work to be done. The provisions of the following shall apply at all times. If a portable
WELDING CART is being utilized, then at least ONE PORATBLE EXTINGUSIHER MUST be attached to the cart with a MINIUM RATING of 2A-10BC. THESE
ARE THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS. If it is determined that the hazard warrants additional extinguishers and/or other life safety precautions, then the permit holder
will be REQUIRED to meet all the conditions before beginning their operations.
C
BY ORDER OF THE FIRE MARSHALL
THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS SHALL BE INSPECTED PRIOR TO APPROVAL
N/C
Working On Walls or Ceilings
C
N/C
Within 35 feet of Work
Fixed site combustibles and flammable liquids
shall be protected with covers, guards, or metal
shields
Combustible floors shall be wet down, covered
with damp sand, metal or other shields
Movable combustible materials and flammable
liquids shall be relocated outside the work area.
The floors shall be swept clean of combustibles
Combustible Coverings shall NOT be used
Combustibles shall be moved away, from the
opposite side of the wall being worked on
Covers suspended beneath work to collect sparks
shall be non-combustible
C
N/C
Work on Enclosed Equipment
The Equipment will be cleaned of All combustibles
The container will be purged of all vapors and
verified with a gas detection meter
Equipment has been safely taken out of service and
properly locked and tagged out.
C
N/C
All Wall and floor openings shall be covered
C
N/C
A minimum of two (2) portable extinguishers
with a minimum rating of 2A-20BC shall be
maintained in a proper working order not closer
than ten (10) feet nor more than fifty (50) feet
from the TAR KETLE operations area.
Work in Enclosed Equipment
(Confined Spaces)
Contractor shall properly ventilate the space and
have a gas meter onsite full time to monitor the
space. Contractor must have their own recue
equipment onsite and be Confined Space Entry
Trained
C
N/C
Fire Watch
Tar Kettle Operations
Propane fuel tanks shall be secured and
maintained at all times. Also, all supply hoses
and regulators shall be maintained in the
appropriate manner (i.e. free of leaks, tears, cuts
C
No ignition source within 100 feet of aircraft
N/C
Miscellaneous
If working in a fuel farm or fueling station a
verify that the contractor has a written Safety
Plan
While working in ANY terminal contractor must
use a ventilator or smoke eater to remove the
welding hot work fumes
Operator shall supply extinguishers of appropriate
size and type. They shall be located not more than
fifty (50) feet from the operations
Operator shall be trained in use of extinguishing
equipment and in sounding of fire alarm and
notifications. It is the responsibility of the
Company/Tenant to ensure that operating personnel
have received such training.
Provided during operations, with FINAL inspections
thirty (30) minutes after operations cease
AT THE TIME OF THE SURVEY THE ABOVE CONDTIONS WERE FOUND. ANY NON-COMPLAINT ITEMS SHALL BE CORRECTED BEFORE
OPERATIONS BEGIN
ISSUED BY:__________________________________________ DATE:__________ TIME:__________ INC.#________________
REMARKS:____________________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-63
Airport Safety Requirements
ATTACHMENT #5
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-64
Airport Safety Requirements
ATTACHMENT 5
TRENCHING/SAW CUTTING/DRILLING/EXCAVATION CHECKLIST
Airport (circle)
DTW or YIP
Work Area
Permit # or Contract #:
Name of Vendor That Did
the Sweep:
Date Underground Work Will Start:
Contact Person:
Date Underground Work Will End:
A.
Specific Location and Description of Work:
M
B.
Sketch of Location Attached?
Yes
No
C.
Is Activity on AOA?
Yes
No
C.
If on AOA have the closures and barricades
been approved by WCAA Operations?
Yes
No
C.
Size of Trench or Excavation:
D.
Check the line that have been marked:
Feet Wide x
Feet Deep
a.
b.
Electrical (non AOA)
Airfield Electrical
h.
i.
Combined Sant/Storm
Water (fire/potable)
o.
p
Jet Fuel
Glycol
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Natural Gas
Sanitary
Diesel
Steam
Storm
j.
k.
l.
m.
n.
FAA Copper
FAA Fiber
Gasoline
Condensate
WCAA Fiber
q.
r.
s.
t.
u.
Oil
Telephone
Combined Sewer
Navaid
other
Contact WCAA Call Center?
Did You Submit Request for Sweep?
Yes
Yes
When?
If no, why not?
Confirmation #
Contact MISS
DIG or Others
No
No
If yes, who?
List Who?
Yes or No
If no, why not?
When?
E.
Feet Long x
Other Known Obstructions:
a.
b.
Footings
Pilings
c.
d.
Concrete Encasements
Other
Precautions to be Taken:
a.
De-energize Lines
b.
Ground Tools
F.
G.
Type of Soil:
Type A
Type B
c.
d.
(Specify)
Insulate Operator
Hand Excavate
Type C
Solid Rock
I.
Drawing Numbers Used for Reference:
J.
If the sweep area goes beyond the sketch or beyond the timeframe allotted a new permit must be completed.
THE ABOVE DATA HAS BEEN CHECKED WITH BLUEPRINTS ON FILE. WHEN CLOSE CLEARANCES ARE INDICATED, HAND EXCAVATION MUST
BE USED TO DETERMINE THE EXACT LOCATION. EXISTING LINES AND INTERFERENCES IN THE VICINITY OF WORK MUST BE MARKED BY
STAKES INDICATING LOCATION AND DEPTH PRIOR TO EXCAVATION. WCAA DOS NOT INSURE THAT ALL DRAWINGS REVIEWED ARE
COMPLETEY ACCURACTE
Contractor Signature
Date
WCAA Representative/Project Manager
Date
THE ABOVE WORK SHALL NOT COMMENCE UNTIL SIGNED BY WCAA REPRESENATIVE. THE SIGNATURE BY THE WCAA
REPRESENATIVE/PROJECT MANAGER IN NO WAY CHANGES THE CONTRACTOR’S RESPONSIBILITY FOR LOCATING ALL UNDERGROUND
UTILITIES AND REPAIR OF DAMAGED UTILITIES, AS REQUIRED BY THE CONTRACT. THE WCAA REPRESENATIVE/MANAGER CANNOT BE
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE EXCAVATION. THIS DOCUMENT IS TO BE SUBMITTED AS PART OF YOUR
SUBMITTALS TO THE WCAA PROJECT MANAGER
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-65
Airport Safety Requirements
ATTACHMENT #6
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-66
Airport Safety Requirements
Attachment 6 - Utility Interruption Form
Permit # or Contract #
Utility System – List System(s) to be taken
out of Service (Gas, Water, Electrical) and
General Location
Circle Airport:
Buildings/Systems/Equipment to be
effected
Maximo Work
Order #
Shut Down
Date and Time
DTW
Start Up
Date and
Time
or YIP
Contractor
Rep Initials
WCAA
Rep
Initials
1.
2.
3,
4.
5
6
7
Contractor Representative Signature and Date
WCAA Representative Signature and Date
This document is to be forwarded to the WCAA Project Representative and the WCAA Facilities & Infrastructure Divisions at least five (5) business days prior to work. The shutdowns will not be authorized
unless this form signed and received in advance as specified. Please use additional forms as needed. WCAA Project Representative will be required to notify those affected by the shut down. In some cases a
back-up utility source may be necessary – PLEASE SEE PROJECT REPRESENATIVE TO DETERMINE IF BACK-UP UTILITY SOURCES ARE REQUIRED. Upon authorization of the document a copy will
must forwarded to the Maintenance Call Center located at Building 703. The Call Center Representative will assure it gets forwarded to the correct departments.
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-67
Airport Safety Requirements
ATTACHMENT #6
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-68
Airport Safety Requirements
Attachment 6 - Utility Interruption Form
Permit # or Contract #
Utility System – List System(s) to be taken
out of Service (Gas, Water, Electrical) and
General Location
Circle Airport:
Buildings/Systems/Equipment to be
effected
Maximo Work
Order #
Shut Down
Date and Time
DTW
Start Up
Date and
Time
or YIP
Contractor
Rep Initials
WCAA
Rep
Initials
1.
2.
3,
4.
5
6
7
Contractor Representative Signature and Date
WCAA Representative Signature and Date
This document is to be forwarded to the WCAA Project Representative and the WCAA Facilities & Infrastructure Divisions at least five (5) business days prior to work. The shutdowns will not be authorized
unless this form signed and received in advance as specified. Please use additional forms as needed. WCAA Project Representative will be required to notify those affected by the shut down. In some cases a
back-up utility source may be necessary – PLEASE SEE PROJECT REPRESENATIVE TO DETERMINE IF BACK-UP UTILITY SOURCES ARE REQUIRED. Upon authorization of the document a copy will
must forwarded to the Maintenance Call Center located at Building 703. The Call Center Representative will assure it gets forwarded to the correct departments.
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-69
Airport Safety Requirements
Wayne County Airport Authority
Barricades Detail Checklist
This Barricades Detail Checklist shall be used as a guidance document for biding
purposes. Actual barricades to utilized shall be submitted with the bid. Alternates shall
be proposed prior to the award of a contact.
Class A Barricades
Twelve inch (12”) by twelve inch (12”) timber or equivalent (minimum 8 feet long) with
lights. Maximum height of eighteen inches high as follows:
- 12” High Board
- Shall not weigh less than 300 lbs
- Some applications may require steady burn red-lenses as directed by
WCAA Airfield Operations
- Maximum spacing between warning lights on adjacent barricades shall
be seven feet (7’) unless other specified.
- Four inch dome light shall meet the following requirements:
o 12v – 300 MZ
o 65 Flashed per minute
o 150 Candelas
Class B Barricades
Eight inch (8”) by eight inch (8”) timber or equivalent (minimum 8 feet long) with lights.
Maximum eighteen inches high as follows:
- Eight inch (8”) High Board
- Shall not weigh less than two-hundred (200 lbs)
- Some applications may require steady burn red-lenses as directed by
WCAA Airfield Operations
- Maximum spacing between warning lights on adjacent barricades shall
be six feet (6’) unless other specified.
Class C Barricades
Four inch (4”) by four inch (4”) timber or equivalent (minimum 8 feet long) with lights.
Maximum seventeen inches high as follows:
- Eight inch (8”) High Board
- Shall not weigh less than ninety (90 lbs)
- Some applications may require steady burn red-lenses as directed by
WCAA Airfield Operations
- Maximum spacing between warning lights on adjacent barricades shall
be six feet (6’) unless other specified.
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-70
Airport Safety Requirements
Wayne County Airport Authority
Barricades Detail Checklist
Plates
The use of plates on an airport construction project requires WCAA Airside Operations
approval. If plates are allowed, the following criteria will apply:
1. Plates shall be provided by the Contractor.
2. Plates shall be 3/4 to 1 inch in thickness, as required by traffic, of 60 KSI yield
strength steel.
3. Plates shall have 45 degree beveled edges.
4. Plates shall be sized such that not more than 1/3 of the plate area covers a
trench or excavation.
5. Plates shall not cover trenches or excavations that exceed 24 inches in width.
6. No more than 3 plates will be used on any one trench or excavation.
7. No more than 6 plates will be used on the project at any one time.
8. All plates shall be secured in such manner that movement does not occur
during use by aircraft or vehicular traffic.
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition - Willow Run Airport - Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION SP-10-71
Airport Safety Requirements
SP-20 - AIRPORT SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
SUMMARY
A.
The Prime Contractor is required to obtain a copy of the Security Requirements
and to disseminate them to the appropriate sub-contractors.
B.
As a minimum, SP-20 applies to the work being performed. Additional
requirements may be incorporated due to Local, State or Federal Regulations or
increased security levels at the Airport.
C.
The Contractor shall be required to supply, place, maintain, move and store the
items listed herein, as appropriate, to facilitate construction and protect air traffic.
The Contractor shall maintain an adequate extra supply of these items on site.
PART 2 - EXECUTION
2.1
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS AND CONTRACTOR RULES
A.
Any construction, alteration or modification that would modify the Airport’s TSAapproved Airport Security Program (ASP) requires sixty (60) days advance
notice to Airport Security Management. Failure to comply with this requirement
may delay the project. The lead time is required for the Airport to seek and
receive TSA approval for the changed condition
B.
The Contractor is responsible for submitting a Security Accountability Plan which
describes measures for the control and accountability of Airport ID badges, tools
and site security.
C.
Per Federal Regulation 49 CFR 1520, all construction documents shall be
controlled. The documents shall either be identified as ‘Security Sensitive
Information’ or ‘For Official Use Only’. Documents that identify critical
infrastructure and/or security systems shall be marked with the following
statement:
‘WARNING: This record contains Sensitive Security Information that is
controlled in 49 CFR Part 1520. No part of this record may be disclosed to
persons without a “need to know”, as directed in 49 CFR part 1520, except
with the written permission of the Administrator or the Transportation
Security Administration or the Secretary of Transportation. Unauthorized
release may result in civil penalty or other action. For US government
agencies, public disclosure is governed by 5 USC 552 and 49 CRF Part
1520.’ All other documents shall be marked Official Use Only – Public
availability to be determined under 5 USC 552.”
1.
D.
Contact an Airport Security Manager if you require clarification on proper
document.
All individuals working inside or traversing Security Sensitive Areas shall
possess Airport Identification Badges obtained from the Airport’s Credentials
Office (734) 942-3606.
All forms and information are available at
www.metroairport.com - click the ‘badging’ link on the bottom of the page.
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition – Willow Run Airport – Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
Airport Security Requirements SP-20
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Unescorted access requires a DTW photo ID Badge. Contractors should
contact the Airport’s Credentials Office for specific Badge processing
procedures or refer to the Airport’s website.
Contractor access is restricted to the construction site only; access to any
other area(s) is not permitted.
Access through security doors and gates can be granted by submitting a
written request to an Airport Security Manager.
i. Access requests must specify the door(s) or gate(s) where access is
being requested, along with justification for need/use.
ii. If access is required to other tenant or airline locations, written
permission of the leaseholder is required.
Lost or Stolen ID Badges shall be immediately reported to the Airport
Security Credentials Office 734-942-3606 or to the 24/7 Security Control
Center (SCC) at 734-942-5304.
All Airport ID Badges must be returned to the Airport upon completion of
the project. The ID Badges are valid for approved construction projects
only; this does not include warranty work. If warranty work is to be
provided, the Contractor shall make arrangements with the Credentials
Office to have their paperwork and badges updated to reflect the change
in status.
Fines may be imposed for not notifying the Airport when an individual no
longer requires access at the Airport.
Badge deposits will be forfeited for Badges not returned within ninety (90)
days of deactivation/completion of the project.
E.
The Contractor shall not paint over, damage, alter or tamper with any component
of the Electronic Security System (ESS), including signs, unless authorized by a
Security Manager.
F.
Shop drawings and submittals for any Security equipment must be pre-approved
by a Security Manager prior to purchase and installation.
G.
To prevent possible explosive or incendiary devices from being hidden in areas
close to Airport facilities, equipment, aircraft, or vehicles, no containers (tool
boxes, storage containers, material trailers) shall be left unsecured or
unattended in any Security Sensitive Area.
H.
The Contractor shall not park any vehicles, or store any construction materials,
within six (6) feet of the AOA perimeter fence. Lay down areas for materials must
be pre approved by an Airport Security Manager.
I.
Due to the potential for damage, contractors shall coordinate and receive preapproval from an Airport Security Manager prior to lifting any equipment or
material over the Airport's AOA Fence.
1.
The Contractor may be required to have an Airport Contract Security
Officer on site during this work. The Contractor shall be responsible for
all costs associated with the Contract Security Officer coverage. The
Contractor shall complete a Security Services Request Form to schedule
the contract security services.
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition – Willow Run Airport – Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
Airport Security Requirements SP-20
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J.
Contractors shall not excavate under, or around, the AOA fence without prior
approval from an Airport Security Manager.
1.
2.
K.
All other requirements in the Airport Security Program, Security Rules for
Contractors, Badging Procedures, and all local, state, and Federal laws and
regulations also apply.
L.
Failure to comply with the Security Rules and Procedures may result in an
Administrative Penalty, work stoppage and/or removal from the site.
1.
2.2
Depending on the duration and extent of the excavation, the Contractor
may be required to have an Airport Contract Security Officer at the site
during this work. The Contractor shall be responsible for all costs
associated with the Contract Security Officer coverage. The Contractor
shall complete a Security Services Request Form to schedule the contract
security services.
To prevent AOA access, all excavations that traverse the AOA line shall
be adequately enclosed or covered prior to the end of each workday. Prior
to completion of work for the day, the Contractor shall contact Airport
Security to have the site inspected and approved before the Contractor
leaves the site.
Any TSA Civil Penalty issued to the Airport as a result of a Contractor’s
security violation will be passed onto the Contractor.
PUBLIC – TERMINAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
B.
The Contractor and/or his employees shall not prop open any gates or doors that
allow access to any Security Sensitive Area; this includes any temporary wall(s)
separating the public from any construction area.
1.
Temporary walls shall meet Security access requirements (fence
standards or ESS system) to prevent access to persons or prohibited
items. A Contract Security Officer(s) is required (at the cost of the
Contractor) must be posted at any unsecured opening leading to a
Security Sensitive Area.
2.
If a temporary opening is made that would allow access into a Security
Sensitive Area, the Contractor shall erect a partition to prevent access
until the area is inspected and approved by an Airport Security Manager.
i. The partition shall be sufficient to prevent access of persons or
prohibited items. The requirements may change depending on the
location of the partition.
The Contractor shall not install any openings/doors that would allow access to
the Security Sensitive Area unless approved in advance and tested by Airport
Security. The Contractor may be required to have an Airport Contract Security
Officer at the site during this work.
1.
All new Security doors or gates shall have the appropriate signs and be
numbered using the Airport Security’s numbering system. The signs shall
match (look and material) the existing security signs and shall be provided
by the Contractor at their expense. Security shall approve all signs prior
to production. Signs must be in place prior to door or gate activation.
Wayne County Airport Authority
Building Demolition – Willow Run Airport – Hangar 2
Solicitation No. 140078
Airport Security Requirements SP-20
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2.4
C.
Prior to any area being opened to the public, Airport Security shall conduct a
security sweep of the area. Contact Airport Security (734) 942-5304 48 hours in
advance to schedule the sweep.
D.
Any new building or structure that will be open to the traveling public shall host
the Airport’s public address system; contact WCAA Technology Services (734247-0000), for additional information.
E.
Concrete bollards shall remain secured in front of the terminal buildings at
established locations, at all times. Temporary movement of the bollards to
accommodate the movement of equipment or material shall be coordinated in
advance (at least 24 hours) with an Airport Security Manager.
F.
Dumpsters are not permitted within 300’ (three hundred feet) of the public areas
of the terminal buildings.
STERILE AREA REQUIREMENTS
A.
The Contractor and/or his employees shall not prop open any gates or doors that
allow access to any Security Sensitive Area. This includes doors contained
temporary walls to keep the public from any construction area.
1.
Temporary walls shall meet Security access requirements (fence
standards or ESS system) to prevent persons and prohibited items.
Contract Security Officers are required (at the cost of the Contractor) for
any security sensitive access opening.
2.
If a temporary opening is made that would allow access into a Security
Sensitive Area, the Contractor shall erect a partition to prevent access
until the area is inspected and approved by an Airport Security Manager.
i. The partition shall be sufficient to prevent access of persons or
prohibited items. The requirements may change depending on the
location of the partition.
B.
The Contractor shall prevent unauthorized pedestrian or vehicular access to the
Security Sensitive Areas from the construction site.
C.
The Contractor shall not install any openings/doors that would allow access to
the Security Sensitive Area unless approved in advance and tested by Airport
Security. The Contractor may be required to have an Airport Contract Security
Officer at the site during this work.
1.
D.
All new Security doors or gates shall have the appropriate signs and be
numbered using Airport Security’s numbering system. The signs shall
match (look and material) the existing security related signs and shall be
provided by the Contractor at their expense. Security shall approve all
signs prior to production. Signs must be in place prior to door or gate
activation.
Concrete bollards shall remain secured in front of the terminal buildings at
established locations, at all times. Temporary movement of the bollards to
accommodate the movement of equipment or material shall be coordinated in
advance (at least 24 hours) with an Airport Security Manager.
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E.
Staging of equipment, storage of materials or dumpsters are not allowed within
300’ (three hundred feet) of the public areas of terminal buildings.
F.
The Contractor shall coordinate equipment or personnel access through
passenger screening with Airport Security in advance.
G.
The Contractor is not permitted to carry any prohibited items (see TSA website
www.tsa.gov for current list of prohibited items) that are not necessary for
operational or medical needs. These items may be subject to inspection.
1.
H.
Any temporary door(s) that lead to a construction area that is accessible by the
traveling public shall be equipped with a coded lock or the Airport’s Intellikey
Lock (purchased and installed at the Contractor’s expense).
1.
2.
2.4
No prohibited items (including tools) shall be left unsecured or unattended
in a Security Sensitive Area at any time.
The access number to the door shall be provided to a WCAA Security
Manager and Inspectors. These areas must remain secured at all times.
Removal of any temporary structure requires a Security sweep and must
be coordinated with Airport Security with 48 hour advance notice.
I.
Prior to any area being opened to the public, Airport Security shall conduct a
security sweep of the area. Contact Airport Security (734) 942-5304 48 hours in
advance to schedule the sweep.
J.
Prior to any area that was closed for construction being opened to the public all
prohibited items that are to remain in the area must be audited by the Concession
Department. Go to www.tsa.gov for a complete list of TSA prohibited items.
AIR OPERATIONS AREA (AOA) REQUIREMENTS
A.
The Contractor and/or his employees shall not prop open any gates or doors that
allow access to any Security Sensitive Area. This may include temporary walls
to keep the public from any construction area.
1.
Temporary walls shall meet Security access requirements (fence
standards or ESS system) to prevent persons and prohibited items.
Contract Security Officers are required (at the cost of the Contractor) for
any security sensitive access opening.
2.
If a temporary opening is made that would allow access into a Security
Sensitive Area, the Contractor shall erect a partition to prevent access
until the area is inspected and approved by an Airport Security Manager.
i. The partition shall be sufficient to prevent access of persons or
prohibited items. The requirements may change depending on the
location of the partition.
B.
The Contractor shall prevent unauthorized pedestrian or vehicular access to the
Security Sensitive Areas from the construction site.
C.
The Contractor shall not install any openings/doors that would allow access to
the Security Sensitive area unless approved and tested by Airport Security.
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D.
All new Security doors or gates shall have the appropriate signs and be
numbered using Airport Security’s numbering system.
1.
E.
The Contractor may be required to have an Airport Contract Security
Officer at the site during this work.
The signs shall match (look and material) the existing security related
signs and shall be provided by the Contractor at their expense. Security
shall approve all signs prior to production. Signs must be in place prior to
door or gate activation.
All jet way stair doors are required to have ‘restricted area’ signs installed on the
sterile side of the door.
1.
The signs shall match (look and material) the existing security related
signs and shall be provided by the Contractor at their expense.
F.
At the Contractor’s expense, a double sided cipher lock must be installed on jet
way stair doors, preventing access from both the sterile area to the AOA and the
AOA to the sterile area.
G.
Entry and exit to job sites shall be through approved vehicle checkpoints, only.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
If the Contractor requires access after the regularly scheduled hours at
manned vehicle checkpoint locations, the Contractor shall submit a
Security Officer Request and the Contractor will be responsible for the
cost of the additional hours
For locations that are not currently being manned, the Contractor will be
required to pay for the contract security officer. In addition, a temporary
booth may be required (see Temporary Booth).
At locations other than one of the established vehicle checkpoints, the
contractor must meet all security requirements for “vehicle checkpoints”.
Installation of any additional requirements will be the cost of the
Contractor.
All construction/installation vehicles, while on the AOA, shall have a DTW
vehicle pass displayed on the dashboard. In addition, any persons that
are required to drive on the Air Operations Area (AOA) will be required to
undergo a ramp drivers training with Airfield Operations. DTW vehicle
passes may be obtained from the Airport Credentials Office and Airfield
ramp orientation is scheduled through Airfield Operations Office (734-9423823). DTW vehicle permits may be obtained from the Airport Credentials
Office. Airfield ramp orientation is scheduled through Airfield Operations
Office (734-942-3823).
All construction/installation vehicles shall display company logo affixed to
the drivers' and passengers' door.
i. Logos shall be no less than 12" x 12" and can be magnetic, printed or
pasted on, but shall be commercially made.
All drivers must have valid company proof of insurance maintained in their
vehicles at all times.
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SECURED AREA REQUIREMENTS
A.
The Contractor and/or his employees shall not prop open any gates or doors that
allow access to any Security Sensitive Area. This may include temporary walls
to keep the public from any construction area.
1.
Temporary walls shall meet Security access requirements (fence
standards or ESS system) to prevent persons and prohibited items.
Contract Security Officers are required (at the cost of the Contractor) for
any security sensitive access opening.
2.
If a temporary opening is made that would allow access into a Security
Sensitive Area, the Contractor shall erect a partition to prevent access
until the area is inspected and approved by the Airport Security.
i. The partition shall be sufficient to prevent access of persons or
prohibited items. The requirements may change depending on the
location of the partition.
B.
The Contractor shall prevent unauthorized pedestrian or vehicular access to all
the Security Sensitive Areas from the construction site.
C.
Entry and exit to job sites shall be through approved vehicle checkpoints, only.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
2.6
If the Contractor requires access after the regularly scheduled hours at
manned vehicle checkpoint locations, the Contractor shall submit a
Security Officer Request and the Contractor will be responsible for the
cost of the additional hours
For locations that are not currently manned, the Contractor will be required
to pay for the contract security officer. In addition, a temporary booth may
be required (see Temporary Booth).
At locations other than one of the established vehicle checkpoints, the
contractor must meet all security requirements for “vehicle checkpoints”.
Installation of any additional requirements will be the cost of the
Contractor.
All construction/installation vehicles, while on the AOA, shall have a DTW
vehicle pass displayed on the dashboard. In addition, any persons that
require driving on the Air Operations Area (AOA) will be required to
undergo a ramp drivers training with Airfield Operations. DTW vehicle
passes may be obtained from the Airport Credentials Office and Airfield
ramp orientation is scheduled through Airfield Operations Office (734-9423823).
All construction/installation vehicles shall display company logo affixed to
the drivers' and passengers' door.
i. Logos shall be no less than 12" x 12" and can be magnetic, printed or
pasted on, but shall be commercially made.
All drivers must have valid company proof of insurance maintained in their
vehicle at all times.
CONTRACT SECURITY SERVICES
A.
The Contractor shall utilize the Airport’s Contract Security Service for any work
that affects the security of the Airport (i.e., access points, fencing, doors, gates,
etc.).
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B.
The Contract Security Service shall be provided at the Contractor’s expense.
The Contractor shall complete the Contract Security Officer Service Request
Form prior to service being provided.
C.
Contract Security Officer requests shall be made at least forty-eight (48) hours
in advance. A cancellation fee may apply without proper cancellation notice.
D.
Depending on the location, the Contractor may be required to pay for an
additional Contract Security Officer to perform vehicle inspections and/or act as
a physical barrier for any vehicle access point that will be manned.
E.
Contract Security Officer Service will only be provided at gates where an existing
booth and ESS are in place. If the Contractor requires access at any other
location, the Contractor shall supply a booth as specified below. The Airport may
(if available) provide the Airport’s portable booth for temporary use by the
contractor and if approved by a Security Manager (See Temporary Booth
requirements).
FENCE
A.
The Contractor shall submit plans for any fence installation or relocation
(temporary or permanent) which shall include fence layout and a phasing plan to
Airport Security sixty (60) days in advance for approval. Failure to comply with
this requirement may delay the project. The lead time is required for the Airport
to seek and receive TSA approval for the changed condition.
B.
The Contractor or his employees shall not cut, remove, alter or displace any AOA
perimeter fencing, ESS or signs without prior approval from an Airport Security
Manager.
1.
The Contractor shall contact Airport Security at least 24 hours in advance
for approval prior to removing any fencing, ESS or signs.
C.
Prior to removing or altering any existing AOA perimeter fencing, a permanent
or temporary fence shall be in place and have been inspected and approved by
an Airport Security Manager.
D.
Any temporary fence shall still meet all security fence requirements.
E.
AOA perimeter fencing may require the installation of the Airport’s perimeter
detection system (Infinity 2000) depending on the project. Airport Security will
make this determination based on the particular project.
F.
Any AOA fence that is displaced whether temporarily or permanently, or any new
AOA fence shall be 10 (ten) foot chain link with top and bottom tension wires.
1.
2.
3.
4.
There shall be at least five (5) fence ties attaching the fabric to each post
and at least 5 ties (ea. top and bottom) attaching the tension wire to each
section of fence.
The fence shall be topped with dual, "V" Type, outriggers with a minimum
of three (3) strands of barbed wire on each outrigger.
The barb wire shall be fastened securely.
The fence fabric is to be placed on the public side of the fence posts.
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6.
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G.
Decorative wrought iron fence is an acceptable alternative in certain locations.
Aegis II – Invincible manufactured by Ameristar Fence Products is the current
Airport approved standard. The wrought iron fence shall have one inch (1”) 14
gauge aluminum pickets, steel cross members and posts and be at least 10’ (ten
feet) high with an additional height to support the curving in the same direction
as an outrigger. Pickets shall be spaced at a maximum of four inches (4”)
between each picket.
1.
H.
The fence shall be installed by Airport-approved methods which vary
depending on the material in which the fence is installed on.
Installation of any type of fence on top of cement where the posts are bolted to
the surface of the cement requires properly sized bolts to ensure the fence is
secured properly.
1.
I.
No gap of four inches (4”) or greater from the bottom of the fence or gate
to the ground, between a gate leaf and post or between gate leaves is
permitted.
To allow proper clearance for Airport Fire and Maintenance equipment, all
vehicle gates shall allow a minimum clear opening of sixteen feet (16’).
To prevent gates from sagging, there shall be support cross braces for a
minimum of two (2) sections on either side of the gate leaves.
To prevent erosion concerns, all fencing shall have at least three (3) feet
of flat ground on either side.
All fence posts shall be secured in concrete.
If new or replacement fence is installed adjacent to existing fence that is
at a different height, the fence shall transition to the different height in not
more than one section.
The Airport’s Inspector or Engineer shall approve the installation.
Guardrail is required in areas where the fence's proximity to the roadway, turning
or high traffic areas could potentially result in damage to the fence due to
vehicular traffic.
1.
2.
3.
To prevent damage, guardrail shall be placed at least three feet (3’) from
the AOA fence in all parking areas and areas immediately adjacent to an
AOA checkpoint booth and associated gates.
The guardrail shall be installed on the AOA side of the fence and meet
DOT highway standards.
The guardrail is to be of sufficient height to prevent semis and other large
trucks from backing into or along the fence.
J.
As an alternate, fence may be installed on top of concrete jersey barrier wall.
Alternates must be approved by an Airport Security Manager.
K.
Anchored concrete parking bumpers (heavy duty truck style) may be installed in
parking areas as an alternate to guardrail.
1.
2.
Bumpers are to be placed a minimum of four (4) feet from the AOA fence
in areas that allow public parking and must be secured into the ground.
The bumpers will be required to be placed further from the fence in
locations where large vehicles park.
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4.
L.
Fence and Gate Signs requirements.
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M.
In lieu of parking bumpers, curbing may be placed at least six (6) feet from
the AOA fence in all parking areas along the AOA fence (further for truck
parking).
The curbing shall be of sufficient height to prevent easy access. Guardrail
or other associated protection may be required in high traffic or other areas
determined by Airport Security at risk of damage from vehicles or
equipment.
All signs shall be the same size, material and design as existing Airport
signs.
All signs shall be securely fastened to the fence posts to prevent alarming
the perimeter detection system.
All non-parking areas or driveways adjacent to the AOA fence shall have
"NO PARKING" signs installed every one-hundred feet (100’).
The Contractor shall install “Restricted Area Keep Out” signs every onehundred (100’) on the Public Side of the fence and on all gates.
i. The sign shall be reflective with red background and white lettering 12” (twelve inches) high by 24” (twenty four inches) wide. The signs
shall be securely fastened to the fence posts.
In all parking areas adjacent to the AOA fence, shall have “Head-In
Parking Only” signs installed every one-hundred feet (100’).
The Contractor shall install a gate identification sign on the Public Side of
the gate.
i. The signs shall be made of reflective material and securely fastened.
Gate signs shall be 12” wide by 18” high and have white letter/number
on a blue background for Intellikey locations. Non-Intellikey locations
shall be black letters/number on a white background.
The Contractor shall install fence identification signs on the Public Side of
the fence.
i. The signs shall be made of reflective material and securely fastened.
Identification signs is installed every 1,000 feet and shall be 12” wide
by 6” high and have green letter/number on a white background.
ii. Airport Security will provide the identification numbering sequence.
Contractor may be required to re-number a section larger than the
work area to maintain the Airport’s numbering sequence in order.
To comply with 49 CFR 1542.207, the Contractor shall supply and install an
“Intellikey” locking mechanism on all manual security gates. Contact a Security
Manager for further information on parts and components.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The lock shall be programmed by Airport Security and shall become the
property of Airport Security and will not be returned to the Contractor.
All Intellikey locks become the Airport’s property at the conclusion of the
project, even if being utilized on temporary fence line.
The fence post that the locking unit shall be attached to is to be two (2)
inches minimum in diameter.
A spacing of no more than 4 inches (4”) is required between gate posts to
allow for adequate clearance for the mechanism. Additional posts may be
required to be installed above and below the Intellikey lock to prevent any
gap issues.
Intellikey locks shall be bolted and welded to the gate leaf, per the
Manufacturers’ instructions.
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7.
N.
All culverts, drains, ditches or piping shall be secured to prevent pedestrian
access. Piping diameter of 14” or greater that extends from the public to the
security sensitive area shall also be secured by means approved by an Airport
Security Manager. There should be no gaps greater than 4 inches (4”). If rebar
is used, all cross rebar should be welded and secured into the ground at a depth
of at least 36”.
1.
O.
The location shall be identified utilizing the Airport’s identification system
and a sign shall be installed at the contractor’s expense.
Fence shall not be installed within three feet (3’) of any utility pole or device that
could be used to climb over the fence.
1.
2.8
The Intellikey lock shall be mounted so that the battery compartment is
located on the secure/AOA side of the gate.
To prevent any damage to the Intellikey locks, a drop rod shall be installed
on all gate leaves; this prevents the wind from pulling on the locks.
If unavoidable, the device shall be equipped with an anti-climb device.
The anti-climb device or method shall be approved by an Airport Security
Manager prior to any installation.
P.
Landscaping shall not be placed in areas that would prevent monitoring of the
AOA fence from perimeter roads or CCTV systems.
Q.
Landscaping shall not be placed in areas that would create a climb point or may
cause further decay or damage to the fence due to vegetation, roots or other
growth.
R.
Fencing shall not be installed within six feet (6’) of existing landscaping.
PASSENGER SCREENING CHECKPOINT
A.
The Contractor shall first receive approval of the Screening Checkpoint layout,
new installation or redesign by the TSA and Airport Security. At least sixty (60)
day advance notice is required to the Airport for changes to the Airport Security
Program.
1.
B.
This approval is required prior to commencing any construction. Failure
to comply with this requirement may delay the project.
CCTV shall be installed and integrated into the Airport’s CCTV live and recorded
systems – see CCTV Section. The layout, number of cameras, type of cameras
and type of installation shall be submitted for approval to an Airport Security
Manager prior to fabrication and installation.
1.
2.
A local monitor connected to the existing CCTV system shall be installed
to allow for the review of recorded video playback and live cameras.
i. The location of the monitor shall be approved by Airport Security prior
to installation.
CCTV coverage shall be of the entire screening checkpoint area including
any associated exiting areas. This includes all access points into and out
of the screening area.
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C.
Emergency Screening Checkpoint direct line phone and Silent Alarm Button with
ESS Interface shall be installed at each screening lane.
1.
D.
4.
5.
6.
2.
The lights and reader shall be tamper proof.
Area shall be covered by CCTV.
The Contractor shall install necessary TSA Airport Foreign Advisory Notice signs
and associated bulletin boards and all other signs including x-ray and
magnetometer numbers.
1.
H.
The gate shall not allow for any persons or items to be introduced into the
sterile area from under, through or over the gate.
The gates shall have ESS installed with alarm contacts, CCTV coverage
and be card reader controlled.
The exit lane shall have a LEO authorization ESS reader installed with red
“denied” and green “authorized’ lights.
1.
2.
G.
The alarm shall have a twist to reset switch/button.
The alarm shall be interfaced into the CCTV and ESS.
The alarm shall include a local Audible and visual alarm.
i. The audible alarm shall deactivate after 30 seconds but the visual
alarm shall remain active until the reset of the Caution Alarm.
The activation alarm shall match all exiting buttons within the terminals.
Placement of the all the alarm equipment shall be coordinated with a
Security Manager.
The exit lane may require an additional “Caution Alarm” activation button
depending on checkpoint layout.
As part of the “Caution Alarm” system, manual or automatic isolation
gate(s) and associated CCTV coverage may be required to be installed
adjacent to the screening checkpoint and exit lane(s). Exact location shall
be determined by TSA and Security.
Installation of a full partition gate shall be installed in front of the screening
checkpoint and any associated exit lane to allow for complete closure.
1.
F.
Contact Technology Services (734) 247-0000 for phone and alarm
specifications and Airport Security for ESS interface.
A “Caution Alarm” shall be installed
1.
2.
3.
E.
There shall be additional CCTV coverage to allow for the verification of the
direction of travel of an individual approaching and leaving the screening
checkpoint area.
Numbers shall be a minimum of 2 inches high of a contrasting color. The
numbers shall be placed on all equipment
Contractor shall install a Sterile Area access corridor adjacent to the screening
checkpoint to allow Airport and Emergency personnel access to the sterile are at
the permit holders expense. A camera will be installed so that the corridor door
shall be monitored via the Airport’s CCTV system with both live and recorded
video.
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2.9
Corridor access will be controlled by a maglock door with card reader
integrated into the ESS (see ESS requirements).
The Corridor shall be a one way door.
Design and layout will be similar to that of existing access corridors at
other screening checkpoints. The corridor shall be unobstructed to the
screening operations and away from the public’s view.
An addendum to the permit must be submitted for approval. The
addendum shall include the layout/design of the corridor and associated
equipment.
The Contractor shall provide CCTV coverage at the new corridor location.
Cameras are to be similar to that at other screening locations. Security
shall pre-approve CCTV placement (See CCTV requirements).
Provide all other fire and security signs (this includes informational and
directional signs currently located at the existing corridor.
Install a securable bulletin board within the corridor. The board shall
match existing boards. Exact location to be approved by Security.
PERMANENT VEHICLE CHECKPOINT
A.
All equipment shall be approved by an Airport Security Manager prior to
purchase installation and operation. Contact an Airport Security Manager for
detailed specifications of the ESS equipment.
B.
A booth is required for vehicle access checkpoints.
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Installation of the booth shall meet all Manufacturers’ specifications.
Final booth location must be approved by a Security Manager.
Booth design and layout and shall be approved by an Airport Security
Manager prior to fabrication and installation.
The booth shall be designed and fabricated with inbound and outbound
doors and windows similar to existing checkpoint booths.
The doors shall have locks and be equipped with a seven (7) pin
interchangeable core to accommodate the Best Core System.
Booth shall be a minimum of eight feet (8’ length) by five feet (5’ width) in
size and gray in color.
Provide cabling for phone service (at Contractor’s expense)
Booth shall be equipped with a heavy duty heater and air conditioner.
Install a minimum of 2 interior duplex 110VAC GFI outlets (front and back
of booth interior).
Install two exterior LED bulb spotlights with day/night activation on each
corner of the booth.
Install exterior mirrors on the inbound and outbound sides of the booth.
Front and back counters shall be installed at a height of 36” and include
at least one drawer per counter.
Install radiant heaters on both sides of the exterior eaves.
Booth shall be elevated at least 18” above grade with OSHA required
sized steps with OSHA approved handrail.
Provide and install pull down tinted shades for all windows (similar to other
booth locations). Shades must not interfere with either of the door slides.
Provide an anti-fatigue mat installed on the entire floor.
Provide and install a two-way radio.
i. Radio shall be the base station option with power supply and desktop
microphone. The radio is to be delivered to the Airport for
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programming and installation. Contact WCAA Technology Services
(734-247-0000), for specific model numbers and requirements.
The booth shall have at least a one (1) year warranty.
C.
The booth shall be at enough distance from the automatic gate so that when a
vehicle is stopped for physical verification, the safety loop for the gate is activated
but also that the enhanced gate arm can be down. Final equipment layout shall
be pre-approved by an Airport Security Manager.
D.
Inside the booth there shall be toggle switches that open the automatic gates.
The toggles shall be independent of each gate opening.
1.
2.
3.
The Security Officer shall open the NEMA enclosure via the interior ESS
card reader. The enclosure shall contain toggle switches to open and
close the individual automatic gate leafs and barriers.
An alarm shall enunciate in the ESS when these toggle switches are used.
An alarm shall enunciate in the ESS when the enclosure is opened without
a valid card swipe.
E.
Provide independent CCTV coverage (see CCTV requirements). An Airport
Security Manager shall approve all CCTV locations during the design phase.
F.
Permanent Vehicle Checkpoint shall be equipped with automatic gates and
enhanced barriers. The contractor will be required to pass the System’s
Acceptance Test, prior to the completion of the project (see ESS section for
requirements).
1.
2.
3.
4.
Installation of the automatic gate and enhanced barriers shall meet all
Manufacturer’s specifications.
Gate design and layout shall be approved by an Airport Security Manager
prior to fabrication and installation. This includes card reader, loop, photo
sensor placement, etc.
A key switch shall be installed, within the booth, that prevents activation
of any ESS device (i.e., gate, barrier etc.,) if removed.
To access the gate from any side, a valid card read and PIN entry is
required (The reader is to operate the same as other card readers in the
system).
i. The card readers shall be placed at an approved height and distance
so that a vehicle is not activating the ground loops for the gate while
swiping at the reader but on the loop when at the booth for verification.
ii. Once the system has validated the card, the appropriate gate shall
open.
iii. Once the system has validated the card, the green tamper proof
“Authorized” light within the booth shall illuminate.
1. If the card is not validated, the red tamper proof “Denied” light
within the booth shall illuminate, the gates shall remain secured.
A lockout alarm also enunciates the ESS.
iv. There shall be two loop detectors for the entrance (inbound) side. First
is a safety, tailgating and loitering detector, the second is a safety loop.
v. If a pop-up type barrier is installed – The barrier shall work in
conjunction with the automatic gates.
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9.
10.
G.
Vehicle checkpoints shall have installed enhanced (cable re-enforced) gate arm
operators and each opening.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
H.
1. The traffic control light shall remain ‘RED’ until the gate is fully
open and the barrier is fully down.
2. Once the gate is fully open and barrier fully down the traffic
control light shall turn ‘GREEN’.
3. Additional photo eyes may be required between the gate and
the barrier. See Manufacturers’ specifications.
To exit, the gate shall open once a vehicle is detected on the 1st ground
loop. NOTE: At some locations a card reader to exit may be required.
i. There shall be three loop detectors for the exit (outbound) side. First
is to activate the opening of the gate; the second and third are safety
loops.
ii. If a pop-up type barrier is installed – the barrier shall work in
conjunction with the automatic gates.
1. The traffic control light shall remain ‘RED’ until the gate is fully
open and the barrier is fully down.
2. Once the gate is fully open and barrier fully down the traffic
control light shall turn ‘GREEN’.
Once the vehicle clears the last ground loop detector, the gate shall
automatically close.
i. If a pop-up type barrier is installed the barrier lifts back up into position.
ii. The signal light shall illuminate ‘RED’ once the vehicle clears the
ground loop and as soon as the closing process has begun for both
the gate and the barrier.
Once open, if the gate does not close in a predetermined time, an alarm
will enunciate in the ESS.
Once the gate is secured, it shall take another valid card read to reopen
the gate.
i. If the safety edge of the gate is activated the gate will automatically reopen and an alarm shall enunciate in the ESS.
Any attempt to open the gate without a valid card read shall enunciate an
alarm in the ESS.
When a vehicle is detected on a ground loop prior to a valid card read,
after a predetermined time, an alarm will enunciate in the ESS.
The gate arms shall be a similar model to existing equipment in current
use at the Airport and must be approved by Security.
Installed per Manufacturers’ specifications.
The gate arms shall have a minimum clear opening of sixteen feet (16’).
A lightweight ‘stop’ sign shall be installed on the gate arms (see other
locations for example).
The gate arms will function manually with the switches inside of the booth
at the front counter.
An override function shall be programmed into the ESS to allow for remote
activation of the gate arm.
Environmental Friendly oil shall be used.
Seal all expansion joints around the foundations.
The enhanced gate arms shall have the ability to be controlled from the
ESS.
Provide for at least three (3) parking spaces on the public side for contract
security officers. The parking spots shall be signed “Security Parking Only”.
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I.
To prevent damage, guardrail shall be installed on the inbound and outbound
lanes of the booth. Guardrail layout and specifications shall be submitted to an
Airport Security Manager for approval prior to installation. All guardrails shall be
painted safety yellow and meet DOT highway standards.
J.
Guardrail shall be installed on the AOA side of the fence around the checkpoint
at a minimum of 500’ (five hundred) feet on either side of the gates. Contact an
Airport Security Manager for approval prior to installation. All guardrails shall be
painted safety yellow and meet DOT highway standards.
K.
Concrete jersey barriers shall be installed at least sixty (60) feet on both public
and AOA sides of the gate to form a chute.
1.
2.
3.
The barriers shall match other checkpoint locations
The barriers shall be painted safety yellow.
The barriers shall have reflective tape/signs installed.
L.
Provide for adequate slope and drainage to prevent water ponding in or around
the booth and associated security equipment.
M.
Provide and install all necessary signs. The signs shall be same size and design
of other locations and made with outdoor reflective materials. The signs shall be
approved by Security prior to fabrication and installation. Listed below are some
of the required signs:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
N.
Provide validation reader to be used with the Airport's ESS. The readers shall
be interfaced with green “Authorized” and red “Denied” indicator lights located
inside the booth that shall illuminate upon authorization or denial from the ESS.
1.
2.
O.
“Stop - Wait Until Traffic is Clear” - mounted on the inbound lane, prior to
start of the barrier chute, with a white Stop-Line painted on the ground
adjacent to the sign.
“Stop” sign - installed adjacent to the gate arm operators on the inbound
and outbound lanes.
“Wait Until Gate is Closed Before Proceeding - No Tailgating” - on both
sides of the inbound and outbound automatic gate leafs.
“Restricted Area – Keep Out” on each gate leaf.
“Warning - Restricted Area - No Public Access Shall Show Valid Airport
ID” - shall be mounted on the top front of the booth facing the public side.
‘Per TSA Regulations – All Vehicles and persons are subject to search’ shall be mounted on the top front of the booth facing the public side. The
sign shall be the same size and design as other checkpoint booth signs.
“No Pedestrians” – mounted on all gate leafs.
“Stop – Ensure Gate is secure before departing” on the secured side at
the end of the barrier chute with a white Stop-Line painted on the ground
adjacent to the sign.
Install Checkpoint Identification number on booth.
The lights shall be tamper proof.
The reader installation within the booth shall allow for easy and frequent
access.
Provide wiring for the installation of a wireless reader.
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P.
Protection posts are required to surround all security equipment (i.e., card
readers, panels, gates, operators, etc.) to prevent damage.
1.
2.
Q.
2.10
Layout of protection posts shall be approved by Security.
Posts must have plastic protective covers.
Paint all lanes, hold short and directional lines.
TEMPORARY VEHICLE CHECKPOINT
A.
Contractor may be required to furnish additional Security personnel at the
entrance to the job site, prior to the AOA checkpoint. Security will provide the
specific procedures required for the position.
1.
The Airport’s Contract Security company is not required to be used, but
may be used at the Contractor’s expense.
B.
All equipment shall be approved by an Airport Security Manager prior to
installation and operation. Contact an Airport Security Manager for detailed
specifications of the above equipment.
C.
Installation of CCTV & ESS may be required and will be at the discretion of
Airport Security.
1.
D.
Temporary booths shall be furnished and installed at the locations as indicated
in the drawings and/or as directed by Airport Security.
1.
2.
3.
E.
Contractor shall furnish all utilities required to heat, air condition, and light
the booth for the duration of the project.
The Contractor shall maintain the booth for the duration of the Contract,
including repair of air conditioning, heating, lighting, removal of garbage,
and cutting of grass around the booth.
If available Security can provide a temporary booth for use by the
Contractor.
i. If Security’s booth is utilized, booth must be returned in same or better
condition than at the beginning of project.
ii. Contractor will be required to complete a booth condition check list
prior to use.
The booth shall be no less than five feet wide by eight feet long (5’x8’).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
F.
This may include the installation of wireless camera and reader readers.
Shall have one counter or table (minimum size 16”x36”).
Two doors to allow contract security officers to check entering and exiting
vehicles.
Windows on all sides, large enough for contract security officer to observe
from a seated position.
One chair with turning radius of 360 degrees, at a height which allows
contract security officer to observe restricted areas through windows.
Trash cans (dumping daily responsibility of Contractor.
The Contractor shall provide a portable toilet facility near the booth for the use
of the Contract Security Officer and shall be maintained by the Contractor.
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G.
The Contractor will be responsible for maintenance of the booth during the
duration of the project and will return the booth in the same condition or better
should updates need to be completed by the contractor.
H.
The Contractor will be responsible for providing power to the booth. If a
generator is used it must be maintained by the contractor (including fuel) for the
duration of the project. The contractor must be available to respond at all times
while the booth is powered by a generator.
I.
On a case-by-case basis, with Security approval, Contract Security Officer
Service may be provided without a booth if the request is for “one time” access
with a period of less than eight (8) hours. The Contractor will be responsible for
all vehicle expenses.
J.
The Contractor shall remove all temporary booths from the project site at the
completion of the project.
1.
K.
Booths provided by the contractor remain the property of the Contractor.
Install enhanced (cable re-enforced) gate arm operators. The gate arm operator
switch shall be installed at the front counter of the temporary booth.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
The gate arms shall be a similar model to existing equipment in current
use at the Airport and must be approved by Security.
Installed per Manufacturers’ specifications.
The gate arms shall have a minimum clear opening of sixteen feet (16’).
A lightweight ‘stop’ sign shall be installed on the gate arms (see other
locations for example).
The gate arms will function manually with the switches inside of the booth
at the front counter.
Environmental Friendly oil shall be used.
Seal all expansion joints around the foundations.
The enhanced gate arms shall have the ability to be controlled from the
ESS.
L.
To prevent ESS and booth damage, guardrail or other approved barriers, shall
be installed on the inbound and outbound lanes of the booth.
M.
Concrete jersey barriers shall be installed at least sixty (60) feet on both public
and AOA sides of the gate to form a chute.
1.
2.
3.
N.
The barriers shall match other checkpoint locations.
The barriers shall be painted safety yellow.
The barriers shall have reflective tape/signs installed.
Provide and install all necessary signs. The signs shall be same size and design
of other locations and made with outdoor reflective materials. The signs shall be
approved by Security prior to fabrication and installation. Listed below are some
of the required signs:
1.
2.
“Stop - Wait Until Traffic is Clear” - mounted on the inbound lane, prior to
start of the barrier chute, with a white Stop-Line painted on the ground
adjacent to the sign.
“Stop” sign - installed adjacent to the gate arm operators on the inbound
and outbound lanes.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
“Wait Until Gate is Closed Before Proceeding - No Tailgating” - on both
sides of the inbound and outbound automatic gate leafs.
“Restricted Area – Keep Out” on each gate leaf.
“Warning - Restricted Area - No Public Access Shall Show Valid Airport
ID” - shall be mounted on the top front of the booth facing the public side.
‘Per TSA Regulations – All Vehicles and persons are subject to search’ shall be mounted on the top front of the booth facing the public side. The
sign shall be the same size and design as other checkpoint booth signs.
“No Pedestrians” – mounted on all gate leafs.
“Stop – Ensure Gate is secure before departing” on the secured side at
the end of the barrier chute with a white Stop-Line painted on the ground
adjacent to the sign.
Install Checkpoint Identification number on booth.
PART 3 - E LECTRONIC SECURITY SYSTEM (ESS)
3.1
ELECTRONIC SECURITY SYSTEM (ESS) REQUIREMENTS
A.
Installation of any ESS equipment and associated hardware shall meet all
Manufacturers’ specifications.
B.
The Contractor is responsible for all costs associated with installation of the ESS
equipment.
C.
The Contractor is required to submit detailed plans for the installation of the ESS
within sixty (60) days prior to the expected completion date. Failure to submit
the plan may result in delay.
D.
Final tie into and programming of the existing security equipment shall be
completed by the Airport’s ESS service provider at Contractor’s cost. Contact a
Security Manager for installation requirements and additional information.
1.
E.
The Airport’s on-site technicians cannot be pulled from normal duties to
be used by the Contractor. Additional coverage will have to be
coordinated, with the costs to be incurred by the Contractor.
All parts and equipment associated with the ESS must match existing hardware
and be approved by a Security Manager prior to purchase and installation.
1.
Installation shall include all CCTV interfacing, Intellikey, Perimeter
Detection and ESS programming.
F.
All ESS equipment inside of terminals shall be installed within Special System
Rooms (SSR) within independent lockable cabinets dedicated to Security
equipment.
G.
Protection posts are required to surround all security equipment (i.e., card
readers, panels, gates, operators, etc.) to prevent damage.
1.
2.
H.
Layout of protection posts shall be approved by Security.
Posts must have plastic protective covers.
Fiber installation shall be approved by the WCAA’s Technology Services Division
and meet its requirements.
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1.
I.
Other communication means may be considered depending on location.
The
Contractor/designer
is
required
to
submit
a
Networking/Communications Plan to an Airport Security Manager for
approval.
All ESS equipment and associated wiring installed shall be labeled.
includes panels, cameras, wiring etc.
1.
This
The labeling plan must be approved by a Security Manager prior to
implementation.
J.
The Contractor shall provide or obtain a 1 year warranty on all parts and service
associated with the ESS equipment and installation. The warranty period will not
start until Security testing is complete and the items have passed.
K.
The system shall be designed and installed to prevent tampering with any of the
ESS components. This includes, but is not limited to, tamper resistant screws,
tamper switches and key locks.
L.
All wiring shall be shielded cabling in conduit and unless otherwise approved,
may not be exposed. All wiring that is to be maintained underground, shall meet
the specifications for underground rated wiring.
M.
All equipment that is to be exposed to the elements, shall meet Airport Security’s
standards for weather conditions (i.e. NEMA rated enclosures).
1.
The enclosures shall be installed on the secured side of the location within
lockable security dedicated cabinets.
N.
The Contractor shall submit an addendum to the permit indicating the ESS
installation specifications and layout for approval by Security prior to start of work
and shall provide As-Built of the ESS installation.
O.
All ESS doors shall have card readers and door handles installed on both sides
of door regardless if crash bar or other door hardware is installed.
1.
Some locations may allow for the installation of a Request to Exit (REX)
device and may be installed only after approved by a Security Manager.
P.
All fire rated ESS doors require latching hardware per Fire Code.
Q.
Proper signage is the Contractor’s responsibility as part of any ESS installation
or relocation (i.e., door signs, panel labeling).
R.
Power for all ESS components shall be routed to a dedicated breaker panel with
automatic generator emergency hook-up.
1.
2.
S.
The breakers shall be labeled.
Contact Airport electricians for generator load requirements and connector
specifications.
Motion Detectors, door cords or key switch overrides are not allowed in
conjunction with any ESS door installation.
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Fire System Interface
1.
2.
3.
U.
Testing of any new equipment shall be completed by the Contractor using the
Security Acceptance Test Forms.
1.
2.
V.
3.2
The fire system output for releasing the doors in an alarm state shall be
interfaced with the Airport's ESS doors. The fire system shall provide an
alarm output relay for both alarming and monitoring of the fire system
status directly from the ESS.
The Contractor shall install an override for the fire system while the system
is undergoing maintenance or should a system failure occur.
When the fire system activates, the system should release power to the
maglocks in the specific zone.
i. An alarm shall enunciate in ESS that identify the maglock has lost
power due to the fire alarm. All other functions of the card reader and
door status monitoring shall not be affected.
The Contractor will be required to submit their test sheets to Security for
review and approval.
Once the Contractor has completed their testing, Security will complete
final acceptance testing.
As part of Project Close-Out, a Security Manager will complete and authorize a
Performance and Installation Completion Form (Test Sheet) as part of the
equipment and installation test. Unless otherwise approved by a Security
Manager, the equipment may not be utilized until it has been tested and
approved by Security.
PEDESTRIAN OPERATIONAL DOOR: The following is a synopsis of ESS pedestrian
door operations. This information applies to both single and double leaf pedestrian doors.
A.
Installation of the door shall meet all Manufacture’s specifications.
B.
The door shall be tied in to the ESS system to allow for remote monitoring and
control of the door. Programming shall allow for items such as Tamper Alarms,
Prop Alarms, Intrusion Alarms, Power Alarms, etc…
C.
A maglock shall be installed at the top of the door.
1.
D.
Depending on the specific operation and configuration of the door, a dual
leaf door may require either one single maglock covering both leafs or may
require a maglock dedicated to each leaf.
Card readers shall be installed on both sides of the door. To access the door
from either side, a valid card read and PIN entry is required. The readers are to
operate the same as other card readers in the system.
1.
Some doors may allow for the installation of a Request to Exit (REX)
device, depending on the specific location. This design must be preapproved by an Airport Security Manager. If approved, the public side of
the door will require a card reader meeting the specifications presented.
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2.
3.
4.
Depending on the specific operation and configuration of the door, a dual
leaf door may be required to be programmed as two independent doors,
resulting in 4 reader’s total.
If the reader is exposed to the elements, a protective reader cover and/or
shield may be required.
The reader shall have a tamper installed that is tied in to the ESS.
E.
Once the system has validated the card entry, or the REX is engaged, the
maglock will release allowing the door to be opened.
F.
Once the door is secured, it shall take another valid card read or activation of the
REX, to be reopened.
G.
A horn and strobe shall be mounted adjacent to the door on the public side.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The horn and strobe shall be mounted high enough and have adequate
protection to deter tampering.
The horn/strobe shall have a timer where the audible portion of the alarm
resets (programmable time) while the strobe remains active until reset by
the ESS system.
i. Currently, most horns are set to 30 seconds.
On a Prop Alarm, the horn and strobe will activate after a predetermined
time set within the ESS system.
i. The horn and strobe will automatically reset after the door is closed
and the Prop Alarm has reset.
On an Intrusion Alarm, the alarm and horn and strobe shall activate
immediately. The strobe will remain active until reset remotely through the
ESS system.
Under certain circumstances, such as a close courters situation, Airport
Security may require that the horn and strobe be modified or adjusted for
volume concerns or may be removed from the configuration.
H.
If the fire alarm is activated, see Fire System Interface requirements, the maglock
will automatically release. An alarm will enunciate in the ESS that the fire alarm
is active for that door. If the door is then opened, an Intrusion Alarm will activate
in the ESS, as well as the local horn and strobe.
I.
Depending on the location and operational purpose of the door, additional
functionality may be required such as:
1.
2.
J.
Emergency Pull Station release
Remote push button or toggle release
The component enclosure shall be installed in the immediate vicinity of the
primary door.
1.
2.
3.
The enclosure shall be lockable and shall be key-cored to match the other
enclosures in that particular building.
The enclosure shall have a tamper installed that is tied in to the ESS.
The enclosure shall be installed in such a manner that it remains easily
accessible and has adequate clearance for maintenance purposes.
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3.3
The enclosure shall have external labeling that matches that being used
in the software programming to identify the cabinet. Labeling shall also
indicate that the contents are “Property of Airport Security – 734-9425304”.
K.
Live and recorded CCTV coverage of the area may be required. See CCTV
Requirements.
L.
Airport Security will provide the Contractor with the details on the specific make
and models of ESS currently in use.
M.
In order to streamline maintenance and inventory requirements and/or to ensure
that certain system requirements and functionality are maintained, Airport
Security may require that specific brands or models of equipment are utilized.
DELAY HARDWARE OPERATIONS: The following is a synopsis of the delay hardware
operations (The Contractor will be required to pass the Acceptance Test, prior to
completion of the project.):
A.
Installation of the door shall meet all Manufacturers’ specifications.
B.
To access the door from the public side of the door, a valid card read and PIN
entry is required (The reader is to operate the same as other card readers in the
system).
1.
A REX or card reader on the restricted side of the door will allow access
into the building. The door location will determine the requirements for the
restricted side of the door. Security to approve the device(s) proposed.
C.
Once the system has validated the card or the Request to Exit (REX) is activated,
the maglocks will release allowing the door to be opened.
D.
A horn and strobe shall be mounted adjacent to the door on the public side.
1.
2.
3.
4.
The horn and strobe shall be mounted high enough and have adequate
protection to deter tampering.
The horn/strobe shall have a timer where the audible portion of the alarm
resets (programmable time) while the strobe remains active until reset by
the security system.
On a Prop Alarm, the horn and strobe will activate after a predetermined
time set with the ESS system
i. The horn and strobe will automatically reset after the door is closed
from the prop alarm.
On a forced open (Intrusion) alarm, the alarm shall activate and remain
active until reset remotely through the ESS system.
E.
Once the door is secured, it shall take another valid card read to reopen the door.
F.
If the crash/touch bar is held for greater than 3 seconds, an irreversible timer will
engage causing the door to unlock in 15 seconds. When the maglock releases
and the door is opened, an alarm shall enunciate in the ESS.
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1.
2.
3.
G.
If the fire alarm is activated, the maglock will automatically release, and the local
horn and strobe will activate.
1.
2.
3.4
The locking mechanism shall have the ability to be reset remotely within
the ESS.
The strobe shall remain active until reset remotely by the ESS.
No key switch overrides are allowed in the crash bar.
An alarm will be enunciated in the ESS that the fire alarm is active for that
door.
An Intrusion Alarm will be activated if the door is opened.
BAG BELT OPERATION: The following is a general synopsis of baggage door operations:
(The Contractor will be required to pass the Acceptance Test, prior to completion of the
project.):
A.
Installation of the door shall meet all Manufacturers’ specifications.
B.
Monitoring of all baggage system doors that lead from any sterile or public area
to the secured area is required.
C.
To access the door, a valid card read and PIN entry is required (The reader is to
operate the same as other card readers in the system). The door operator should
not allow the door to be opened without authorization from the ESS system.
1.
2.
3.
The door operator should not allow the door to be opened without
authorization from the system. An alarm will enunciate in the Security
Control Center (SCC) if the door is opened without an authorized card
read.
Once access is granted via the reader, the green "Open Door" light on the
reader will light allowing access to the door operator controls.
To open the door, press the door "Open" button on the door operator
controls. (Note: the “Open” button must be pressed while the green “Open
Door” light is lit on the card reader. If the button is not pressed during this
time, the individual will need to re-swipe their badge in the reader.)
D.
Auxiliary lights shall be installed near the card reader.
The green
"Closed/secured" indicator light should stay lit until the door begins to open.
Once the door has started to open, the red "Open/unsecured" light will activate
– activated off of the door contacts. The lights shall be tamper proof.
E.
To close the door, press and hold the door "Close" button until the door is secure
and the green "Close" light is activated on the door operator. No swiping of the
card reader is required to close the door.
F.
Once the door is closed, it shall take another valid card read to be reopened.
G.
Any attempt to open the door without a valid card read shall enunciate as an
alarm in the ESS and activate the local horn/strobe.
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3.5
H.
Depending on the system operations, the door may be allowed to be propped
open. An alarm shall enunciate in the ESS if the door fails to secure after a predetermined time or after the system has sent the close command.
I.
Any override of the card reader shall enunciate an alarm in the ESS.
J.
The door shall have restricted area signs installed.
OVERHEAD CARGO DOOR OPERATIONS: The following is a synopsis of the Overhead
Cargo door operations (The Contractor will be required to pass the Acceptance Test, prior
to completion of the project.):
A.
Installation of the door shall meet Manufacturer’s specifications.
B.
To access the door, a valid card read and PIN entry is required (The reader is to
operate the same as other card readers in the system). The door operator should
not allow the door to be opened without authorization from the ESS system.
C.
Auxiliary lights shall be installed near the card reader.
The green
"Closed/secured" indicator light should stay lit until the door begins to open.
Once the door is fully open, the red "Open/unsecured" light will activate. The
lights shall be tamper proof.
D.
Once access is granted via the reader, the green "Open Door" light on the reader
will light allowing access to the door operator. To open the doors press the door
“Open” button. If the button is not pressed during this time, the individual will
need to re-swipe their badge in the reader.)
E.
To close the door press and hold the door "Close" button until the door is secure
and the green “Closed” indicator light is lit. Swiping at the card reader is not
required to close the door.
F.
Once the door is closed, it shall take another valid card read to be reopened.
G.
Any attempt to open the door without a valid card read shall enunciate as an
alarm in the Security Control Center.
H.
All cargo doors shall be numbered and signed to meet the Authority’s standards.
I.
A local horn and strobe will activate if the door is not closed in a predetermined
time. In addition, am alarm will annunciate in the Security Control Center. (The
horn and strobe will automatically reset after the door is closed from the prop
alarm.)
1.
2.
The horn and strobe is to be mounted adjacent to the door on the public
side. The horn and strobe shall be mounted high enough and have
adequate protection to deter tampering.
The horn /strobe shall have a timer where the audible portion of the alarm
resets (programmable time) while the strobe remains active until reset by
the security system.
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J.
3.6
Cargo doors that will be left are not allowed to be left open without being manned
or active loading or unloading is being performed.
AUTOMATIC GATE OPERATIONS
A.
Installation of the gates shall meet all Manufacturers’ specifications.
B.
All gates shall have a minimum clear opening of 16 (sixteen) feet.
C.
Gate design and layout shall be pre-approved by an Airport Security Manager
prior to fabrication and installation. This includes the locations of the card
readers, photo sensors and/or ground loops.
D.
High speed chain driven gate shall be used. The gate operator shall be approved
by Security prior to purchase and installation.
E.
The control panel for the security system and the gate operator shall be placed
on the restricted side of the fence. All panels and gate controllers shall be
lockable.
F.
To access the gate from either side of the gate, a valid card read and PIN entry
is required (The reader is to operate the same as other card readers in the
system).
1.
2.
G.
The location of the card readers shall be coordinated with security as to
not allow the presence of a vehicle on the ground loops when utilizing the
card reader.
Card readers shall be on a stanchion and there shall be a high and low
card reader. The height of the stanchion and placement of the card
readers shall be pre-approved by Security to ensure that the height and
location is sufficient.
Once the system has validated the card, the appropriate gate shall open.
1.
At locations where a booth is present - Once the system has validated the
card, the green “Authorized” light within the booth shall illuminate. See
booth requirements.
a.
H.
At a minimum, there shall be two loop detectors for the entrance (inbound) side.
First is a safety, tailgating and loitering detector, the second is a safety loop.
1.
I.
If the card is not validated, the red “Denied” light within the booth
shall illuminate and the gates remain secured.
The placement of the loops shall follow Manufacturer’s recommendations
but must be pre-coordinated with Security so that a vehicle at the card
reader is not on the loop but a vehicle at the booth is on the loops. In
addition, the loops shall not be placed too close to the gate that the metal
in the gate will interfere with the operation of the gate.
To exit, the gate shall open once a vehicle is detected on the 1st ground loop.
NOTE: At some locations a card reader to exit may be required.
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1.
2.
3.
J.
Once open, if the gate does not close in a predetermined time, an alarm will
enunciate in the ESS.
K.
Once the gate is secured, it shall take another valid card read to reopen the gate.
1.
If the safety edge of the gate is activated, the gate will automatically reopen and an alarm shall enunciate in the ESS.
L.
Any attempt to open the gate without a valid card read shall enunciate an alarm
in the ESS.
M.
The gate shall have safety edges installed and be ties into the ESS.
N.
The gate shall have PTZ CCTV coverage installed that allows for 24/7 live and
recorded viewing of the location. The camera(s) location shall be approved by
Security. See CCTV requirements.
O.
To prevent damage, protection posts shall be installed to protect the card
readers, gate operators, gate opening, panels etc.
1.
2.
P.
2.
3.
Q.
The protection posts shall be of a sufficient height to protect the equipment
(example – same height or higher at card reader to deflect vehicle mirrors).
The protection posts shall have yellow plastic protective covers.
A manual key switch shall be installed at each gate operator to allow an override
of the ESS system for maintenance or in emergency situations.
1.
3.7
There shall be three loop detectors for the exit (outbound) side. First is to
activate the opening of the gate (unless there is a card reader) the second
and third are safety loops.
Once the vehicle clears the last ground loop detector, the gate shall
automatically close.
When a vehicle is detected, after a predetermined time, on a ground loop
prior to a valid card read, an alarm will enunciate in the ESS.
The key switch cylinder shall accept the 7 pin “Best” series key cores
(Notify an Airport Security Manager for installation of an Airport Core for
the key switch).
The key switch shall be installed on the AOA/Secured side of the gate.
The key switch shall enunciate an alarm in the ESS when operated.
The slope of the gates shall be such to provide proper drainage and prevent
ponding of water, erosion and/or ice building up.
CCTV REQUIREMENTS: Depending on the type of operation and location, CCTV
coverage of the area may be required.
A.
Installation of the CCTV system shall meet all Manufacturers’ specifications.
B.
All components used shall be compatible with the existing CCTV system and
shall be approved prior to installation.
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C.
Airport Security will specify the type and number of cameras required.
D.
Final tie into the existing security equipment shall be by a contractor authorized
to work on said equipment (i.e., Honeywell, Verint. Etc.)
1.
2.
E.
Programming shall include live and recorded video and all associated
monitor programming. Frame rate, quality and video retention shall at
least meet current requirements and must be pre-approved by Security.
The system design shall be coordinated with Security.
All parts and equipment associated with the CCTV system shall match existing
hardware and be approved by a Security Manager prior to installation.
1.
Installation shall include all CCTV interfacing and ESS programming (i.e.
camera call up for alarms).
F.
All associated camera system equipment shall be installed within SSR rooms
within independent lockable dedicated security cabinets.
G.
Camera video is required to be incorporated into both the Airport’s live and digital
Recording System. The interface into the recording system shall be by a
company authorized by the vendor to perform such installation.
1.
2.
H.
It shall be the Contractor’s cost if additional equipment is needed to
support the installation of the new camera(s). This may include but not be
limited to licensing, expansion of recording system, additional hardware,
etc.
The Contractor is responsible for expansion of the system to allow for at
least 15% expansion. Using current unused portions of the CCTV system
will not be allowed.
The Contractor is responsible for all costs associated with installation of the
CCTV System equipment.
1.
The Airport’s on-site technicians cannot be pulled from normal duties to
be used by the Contractor. Additional coverage will have to be
coordinated, with the costs to be incurred by the Contractor.
I.
Testing of any new equipment shall be completed by the Contractor using
Security Acceptance Test Forms. The Contractor will be required to submit their
test sheets to Security for review and approval. Once the Contractor has
completed their testing, Security will complete final acceptance testing.
J.
The Contractor shall obtain a one (1) year warranty on all parts and service
associated with the CCTV equipment and installation. The warranty period will
not start until Security testing is complete and the items have passed.
K.
The system shall be designed and installed to prevent tampering with any of the
CCTV components. This includes, but is not limited to, tamper resistant screws,
tamper switches and key locks.
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L.
All wiring shall be shielded cabling in conduit and unless otherwise approved,
may not be exposed. All wiring that is to be maintained underground, shall meet
the specifications for underground rated wiring.
M.
All equipment that is to be exposed to the elements, shall meet Airport Security’s
standards for weather conditions (i.e. NEMA rated enclosures).
N.
The CCTV installation specifications and layout shall be pre-approved by
Security prior to start of work.
1.
As-Built of the CCTV installation are required.
O.
CCTV shall be enclosed in an Environmental housing and be installed to be
tamperproof.
P.
Exterior Environmental Housings shall be heated.
Q.
Camera Electronics shall be heated.
R.
Wipers may be required as specified by an Airport Security Manager.
S.
All video and control communications shall be via fiber optics or networking
unless otherwise approved.
1.
Use of existing fiber shall be approved by the Airport Authority – Contact
Technology Services (734) 247-0000.
T.
All CCTV components make and models shall be approved prior to installation.
U.
All camera towers installed shall have “anti-climb” protection and protection
posts. Tower height and placement shall be pre-approved by Security.
V.
Lighting shall be provided to illuminate the viewing area.
W.
Camera wiring shall be in conduit.
X.
At a minimum, 30 day recording storage shall be provided for all cameras
installed.
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WASTE MANAGEMENT
PART 1
1.1
GENERAL
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Coordinating transport vehicles and containers.
B.
Preparing transport vehicles/containers for off-Site transportation.
C.
Loading and securing materials in transport vehicles/containers.
D.
Weighing transport vehicles/containers.
F.
Transporting and disposal/recycling of the following materials from Site to approved TSDFs:
1.
Hazardous materials and hazardous waste, including hazardous solids, liquids, and/or
sludges.
2.
Non-hazardous industrial/process materials and wastes, including solids, liquids, and/or
sludges.
3.
Used and waste oil.
4.
CFC's
5.
Universal wastes including fluorescent and HID light bulbs, mercury containing devices,
and batteries.
6.
TSCA concrete solid, liquid, oil, and/or sludge wastes including PCB light ballasts and
PCB-impacted building materials.
7.
Decommissioned electrical equipment.
8.
Regulated asbestos-containing materials.
9.
Salvageable ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metal.
G.
Maintaining transportation records as required by regulatory agencies.
H.
Obtaining documents from TSDFs.
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1.2
REFERENCES
A.
WCAA General Terms and Conditions
B.
United States Federal Government - Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)
E.
1.3
1.
40 CFR 261 - Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste.
2.
40 CFR 262 - Standards Applicable to Generators of Hazardous Waste.
3.
40 CFR 263 - Standards Applicable to Transporters of Hazardous Waste.
4.
40 CFR 265 - Interim Status Standards for GM and Operators of Hazardous Waste
Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities.
5.
40 CFR 273 - Standards for Universal Waste Management.
6.
40 CFR 279 - Standards for the Management of Used Oil.
7.
40 CFR 761 - Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) Manufacturing, Processing, Distribution in
Commerce, and Use Prohibitions.
8.
49 CFR 171 - General Information, Regulations, and Definitions.
9.
49 CFR 172 - Hazardous Materials Table, Special Provisions, Hazardous Materials
Communications, Emergency Response Information, and Training Requirements.
10.
49 CFR 173 - Shippers - General Requirements for Shipments and Packaging.
11.
49 CFR 174 - Carriage by Rail.
12.
49 CFR 176 - Carriage by Vessel.
13.
49 CFR 177 - Carriage by Highway.
Applicable State of Michigan and local rules and regulations.
DEFINITIONS
A.
CERCLA – Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act.
B.
Contractor Waste - Waste associated with and created as a result of work performed by a
CONTRACTOR.
C.
DOT - Department of Transportation.
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D.
Waste - Any material or residue that cannot be reused or recycled and requires off-Site
transportation.
E.
Non-hazardous Materials - Materials not regulated by 40 CFR 261, 40 CFR 273, 40 CFR 279, and
40 CFR 761 or equivalent State of Michigan regulation.
F.
PCB Wastes - Materials as defined in 40 CFR 761.
G.
RCRA Characteristic Wastes - Materials as defined in 40 CFR 261 Subpart C.
H.
RCRA Listed Wastes - Materials as defined in 40 CFR 261 Subpart D.
I.
Ton – A unit of weight in the U.S. Customary System, an avoirdupois unit equal to 2,000 pounds.
Also called "short ton", "net ton".
J.
TSCA – Toxic Substance Control Act.
K.
TSDF - Treatment, storage, and disposal facility, and includes solid waste, hazardous waste and
TSCA waste disposal facilities.
L.
Used and Waste Oil - Materials as defined in 40 CFR 279 and applicable State of Michigan
regulations.
M.
Demolition Waste – Solid waste generated as a result of demolition of structures, surface
improvements, utility services and equipment not otherwise salvageable.
1.4
PROGRESS SUBMITTALS
A.
Waste Management Plan: 7 days prior to mobilization to the Site, submit to DESIGNER for
review a plan for waste identification, handling, interim storage and transportation and disposal.
Include relevant transporter and TSDF identification and regulatory classification and status,
methods of transportation and disposal, contingency plans for spills during interim loading,
security plan, storage and transportation. Identify TSDF-specific requirements for waste
profiling, sampling and analysis to determine acceptance.
B.
TSDF Requirements:
1.
All TSDF and other recycling/reuse or disposal facilities proposed by the CONTRACTOR
must be approved for use by the WCAA.
2.
Refer to Article 3.2 of this Section for TSDF Selection.
3.
For each TSDF, provide TSDF requirements to DESIGNER including:
a. TSDF-specific packaging requirements for shipments.
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b. TSDF restrictions by wastestream, which may cause rejection of transported
materials.
c. Wastestream-specific pre-approvals required by federal or state agencies prior to
acceptance of wastestream by TSDF.
d. Restrictions on delivery schedules.
e. Type and frequency of routine additional sampling and analysis of materials by
wastestream, which are required during transport and disposal activities prior to
delivery to TSDF.
f.
4.
Additional sampling and analysis of materials that will be conducted by TSDF during
receipt of shipments to verify waste profiles.
Each TSDF shall disclose the name and telephone number of the contact at the lead
agency responsible for TSDF primary permits who has knowledge of and can verify the
existence of existing corrective action programs which may impact the ability of TSDF to
accept materials from Site.
C.
Agency Approvals: For any wastestream requiring agency pre-approval, provide letters of
approval from applicable federal and state agencies which approve the disposal of materials
from Site at each proposed TSDF 14 days prior to off-Site transportation of materials.
D.
Operating Licenses and Permits:
1.
Include letter from each proposed TSDF stating that it is in compliance with its federal,
state, and local permits and that permits are current for the duration of the off-Site
disposal activities from Site. Provide letter 7 days prior to commencing transportation
of materials from Site.
2.
Include copies of valid operating licenses and permits from each transporter for each
proposed transport vehicle/container 7 days prior to entry to Site.
E.
Transportation Routes: Submit plans showing transportation routes or alternate routes which
will be used to transport materials to each TSDF 7 days prior to commencing transportation of
materials from Site. Comply with applicable federal, state, and local regulations.
F.
Shipping and Disposal Documents:
1.
Include blank sample forms of proposed shipping and disposal documents at least
7 days prior to use.
2.
Provide copies of waste profile forms to secure disposal site approval. DESIGNER will
complete profiles and prepare for WCAA's signature.
3.
Include completed copies of shipping and disposal documents including manifests
and/or bills of lading on standard approved forms, including a copy of each form signed
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by the transporter prior to leaving Site and a copy of each form signed by TSDF
accepting the shipment.
4.
Use shipping and disposal documents of consignment state where so required. Obtain
shipping documents from consignment state 7 days prior to shipment from Site.
5.
Include completed certificates of disposal/destruction/treatment/recycling as applicable
and issued by the TSDF following acceptance and final disposition of the shipment.
G.
Supplemental Indemnification: For each TSDF which provides a supplemental indemnification
(e.g., Superfund Indemnification), obtain such indemnification for the benefit of WCAA.
H.
Weigh Scale Documents:
1.
When required by WCAA, include copies of weigh scale tickets on approved forms
signed by an authorized receiving TSDF including the following information:
a. Location, date, and time of weighing.
b. Measured weights.
c. Vehicle and container identification.
d. Shipment identification number.
e. Provide copies of both weigh scale records to WCAA as part of waste shipment
documentation.
1.5
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
Do not spill, leak, or otherwise release materials from transport vehicles and containers during
loading and unloading operations or while in transit from Site to TSDF.
B.
Do not generate dusting conditions when loading bulk solids.
C.
Do not generate fume or misting conditions when loading bulk liquids.
D.
Clean up spills or leaks that occur in transit to TSDF at no additional cost to WCAA.
1.6
A.
1.7
SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING REQUIREMENTS
Schedule Work to coordinate with activities of WCAA, other contractors, and CONTRACTOR's
own activities.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
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A.
1.8
Perform Work of this Section in accordance with CONTRACTOR's Site-specific Health and Safety
Plan, Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan and Waste Management Plan.
EXISTING CONDITIONS
A.
Various types of materials and wastes are located throughout the Site and will be generated
through the course of decommissioning, cleaning and demolition operations identified in the
Contract Documents.
B.
An estimated quantity of 750 cubic yards of contaminated concrete, block, and soils regulated
under TSCA is located on Site and must be removed and disposed of properly.
PART 2
2.1
A.
2.2
A.
2.3
A.
PRODUCTS
POLYETHYLENE SHEETING
Continuous sheeting, minimum 6 mil thick, fabricated from a single ply of construction grade
polyethylene plastic.
TUB LINER
Tub Liners for Bulk Solid Shipments: Pre-manufactured fitted polyethylene tub liner or
continuous single sheet of polyethylene sheeting.
CONTAINERS, PACKING MATERIAL, AND LABELS
Comply with DOT, federal, State of Michigan and local regulations. See Article 1.2 of this Section
for references.
PART 3
3.1
EXECUTION
EXAMINATION
A.
Notify DESIGNER sufficiently in advance of intention to commence activities at Site that requires
attendance by DESIGNER as provided hereinafter.
B.
Activities requiring attendance by DESIGNER include:
1.
Placement of tub liner in bulk solid transport vehicles/containers.
2.
Final securement of loaded materials prior to transport from Site.
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3.
C.
3.2
A.
B.
3.3
Decontamination of transport vehicles/containers prior to leaving Site.
Do not cover loaded material prior to DESIGNER's inspection.
TSDF SELECTION
All unused or off-specification products, chemicals or other materials shall be managed in the
following order:
1.
Sent back to supplier, or
2.
Profiled as a waste.
For hazardous, industrial and other wastes:
1.
Dispose of waste at proposed facilities subject to WCAA's approval.
2.
Complete a list of proposed facilities as required in Form of Bid.
WASTE PROFILING
A.
DESIGNER will profile waste using SDSs, available information and the results of representative
sampling and analysis.
B.
DESIGNER will classify materials for off-Site disposal according to wastestream based on waste
profile, analytical results and other pertinent data/information.
C.
Identify appropriate disposition of all determined wastestreams to be removed from Site in
accordance with applicable regulations for each wastestream. CONTRACTOR shall be
responsible for disposition of materials to WCAA-approved TSDFs.
D.
Waste profile will be signed by WCAA or an authorized agent of WCAA except for CONTRACTOR
waste, which is the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR.
E.
Submit signed waste profiles to TSDFs accepted by WCAA.
3.4
SEGREGATION OF MATERIALS
A.
Do not segregate materials for disposal until waste profiles are approved by each TSDF.
B.
Segregate and prepare materials for transportation and disposal in accordance with the delivery
acceptance requirements of the transporter and TSDF and governing regulations.
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3.5
PREPARATION AND SECUREMENT OF TRANSPORT VEHICLES/CONTAINERS
A.
Do not load materials for transport or disposal without DESIGNER's review.
B.
Comply with applicable federal, state, and local regulations concerning shipping vehicles,
containers, and materials.
C.
Visibly display number for each transport vehicle/container.
D.
Secure materials in transport vehicles/containers in accordance with regulations governing
transportation of materials.
E.
Bulk Solid Shipments:
1.
Clean the receiving box of the transport vehicle/container of loose debris or foreign
material. Line the receiving box or container with a tub liner that is continuous along
the bottom and sides. Place the tub liner on the floor, run up the sides, and drape over
the sideboards. Neatly push the tub liner into corners to prevent tearing during loading
and transport.
2.
Load bulk materials into transport vehicles or containers in a manner, which will not
damage the placed tub liner. Limit the freefall of bulk materials being loaded. Place
cushioning materials under and around each container for shipments of
drummed/containerized materials.
3.
Replace damaged tub liner, which is incapable of providing containment.
4.
Following loading, fold the tub liner over the loaded materials and place an overliner of
polyethylene sheeting over the materials prior to securing with an approved tarpaulin in
a manner to prevent loss of materials or fugitive dust emissions.
5.
Lining requirements will be waived where CONTRACTOR can demonstrate, to the
satisfaction of DESIGNER, that all of the following conditions are met:
a. The receiving box or container is of leakproof construction and capable of
maintaining a leakproof condition.
b. The cover to be placed over the receiving box or container will prevent fugitive dust
emissions.
c. The receiving box or container is constructed of materials, which can be
decontaminated and CONTRACTOR has supplied evidence to the satisfaction of the
WCAA that arrangements have been made with TSDF to decontaminate the box or
container after disposal of materials at TSDF.
6.
Prepare and label asbestos abatement waste for transportation and disposal in
accordance with requirements in Section 02132 - Asbestos Removal.
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F.
G.
3.6
A.
3.7
A.
3.8
A.
Bulk Liquid Shipments:
1.
Inspect bulk liquid tankers prior to use.
2.
Verify that attached piping and valves are in good working order.
3.
Verify that all necessary valves are closed prior to loading.
4.
Inspect for leaks during loading. Correct all leaks that are observed. Cleanup of
materials impacted by leaks during loading is the responsibility of CONTRACTOR.
Replace bulk liquid containers that leak and are unsuitable for transport at
CONTRACTOR's cost.
Drummed/Containerized Shipments:
1.
Load and segregate drummed/containerized shipments in accordance with DOT
requirements.
2.
Place cushioning materials under and around each container for shipments of
drummed/containerized materials.
3.
Verify that each drum/container is tightly closed and labeled in accordance with DOT
and RCRA regulations.
4.
Secure the load to prevent shifting of the load during transport.
DECONTAMINATION
Decontaminate or clean transport vehicles and containers after loading and prior to leaving Site
to satisfaction of WCAA. Remove material on the tires and axles of trucks and material on the
vehicle resulting from loading operations.
DOCUMENTATION FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF MATERIALS
Document the transport and disposal of materials to TSDFs on appropriate state and/or federal
manifests or bills of lading as applicable. Prepare, maintain, and provide DESIGNER with copies
of manifests, bills of lading, and/or other records for each shipment of materials from Site.
Maintain shipping documents from the time the materials leave Site to the time of release to
TSDFs. Shipping documents for the transportation and disposal of materials will be signed by
WCAA or an authorized agent of WCAA, except for Contractor Waste.
NOTIFICATION
Notify applicable federal, state, and local representatives, or authorities having jurisdiction over
the route and mode of transport, in advance of commencing transportation.
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3.9
TRANSPORTATION
A.
Comply with applicable requirements of federal and State of Michigan regulations.
B.
Transport material removed from Site directly to TSDF approved by WCAA. Do not change
either the route or mode of transport after commencing off-Site operations without WCAA's
prior written approval.
C.
Mark and placard shipments in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations as
applicable.
D.
Employ transport vehicle operators trained in conformance with federal, state, and local
regulations applicable to the wastestreams to be transported.
E.
Materials shall be transported using vehicles licensed for the wastestream being transported.
3.10
DISPOSAL
A.
Make all arrangements with TSDFs for the receipt and acceptance of materials removed from
Site.
B.
Ensure that materials removed from Site are properly prepared and will be accepted by TSDF.
Dispose of materials at TSDFs approved by WCAA, which are in compliance with applicable
regulations and permitted to receive materials from Site.
C.
Weigh transport vehicles/containers at receiving TSDF weigh scales both before and after
discharging their contents.
D.
Submit copy of weigh ticket from TSDF weigh scales to DESIGNER.
E.
Such measurements will be used by WCAA to verify proper delivery of materials which have
been removed from Site and for payment purposes.
F.
Immediately return to Site any transported material delivered to a facility which is rejected by
TSDF.
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ASBESTOS REMOVAL
PART 1
1.1
GENERAL
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Notification.
B.
Examination.
C.
Preparation.
D.
Air Monitoring.
E.
Personnel Protection and Decontamination Procedures.
F.
Wet Removal.
G.
Glove Bag Removal.
H.
Vacuum Removal.
I.
Dry Bulk Removal.
J.
Asbestos Handling and Management.
K.
Cleanup and Clearance of Work Areas.
L.
Field Quality Control.
1.2
REFERENCES
A.
WCAA General Terms and Conditions.
B.
Section 02120 – Waste Management.
C.
United States Federal Government - Code of Federal Regulations (CFR):
1.
25 CFR 1926 - 1101 – Asbestos.
2.
29 CFR 1910, 1915, and 1926 - Occupational Exposure to Asbestos.
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3.
29 CFR 1910.1001 - Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) Asbestos Regulations.
4.
40 CFR 61 Subpart M - National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
(NESHAP) Asbestos Regulation.
5.
40 CFR Part 763, Section 1, Polarized Light Microscopy.
6.
49 CFR Part 171, 172, 178 - Department of Transportation (DOT).
D.
ASTM E-162 Flame Spread Index.
E.
Method 7400 of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
F.
Applicable State of Michigan regulations.
1.3
DEFINITIONS
A.
"Aggressive-method" means removal or disturbance of building material by sanding, abrading,
grinding or other method that breaks, crumbles, or disintegrates intact ACM.
B.
"Amended water" means water to which surfactant (wetting agent) has been added to increase
the ability of the liquid to penetrate ACM.
C.
"Asbestos" includes chrysotile, amosite, crocidolite, tremolite asbestos, anthophyllite asbestos,
actinolite asbestos, and any of these minerals that has been chemically treated and/or altered.
For purposes of this standard, "asbestos" includes PACM, as defined below.
D.
"Asbestos-containing material (ACM)", for purposes of this Contract means any material
containing more than one percent asbestos.
E.
"Authorized person" means any person authorized by the employer and required by work duties
to be present in regulated areas.
F.
"Building/facility owner" is the legal entity, including a lessee, which exercises control over
management and record keeping functions relating to a building and/or facility in which
activities covered by this standard take place.
G.
"Class I asbestos work" means activities involving the removal of TSI and surfacing ACM and
PACM.
H.
"Class II asbestos work" means activities involving the removal of ACM which is not thermal
system insulation or surfacing material. This includes, but is not limited to, the removal of
asbestos-containing wallboard, floor tile and sheeting, roofing and siding shingles, and
construction mastics.
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I.
"Clean room" means an uncontaminated room having facilities for the storage of employees'
street clothing and uncontaminated materials and equipment.
J.
"Competent person" means, in addition to one who is capable of identifying existing and
predictable hazards in the surroundings or working conditions which are unsanitary, hazardous,
or dangerous to employees, and who has authorization to take prompt corrective measures to
eliminate them, one who is capable of identifying existing asbestos hazards in the workplace
and selecting the appropriate control strategy for asbestos exposure, who has the authority to
take prompt corrective measures to eliminate them: in addition, for Class I and Class II work who
is specially trained in a training course which meets the criteria of EPA's Model Accreditation
Plan (40 CFR Part 763) for supervisor, or its equivalent and, for Class III and Class IV work, who is
trained in a manner consistent with EPA requirements for training of local education agency
maintenance and custodial staff as set forth at 40 CFR 763.92 (a)(2).
K.
"Critical barrier" means one or more layers of plastic sealed over all openings into a work area or
any other similarly placed physical barrier sufficient to prevent airborne asbestos in a work area
from migrating to an adjacent area.
L.
"Decontamination area" means an enclosed area adjacent and connected to the regulated area
and consisting of an equipment room, shower area, and clean room, which is used for the
decontamination of workers, materials, and equipment that are contaminated with asbestos.
M.
"Disturbance" means activities that disrupt the matrix of ACM or PACM, crumble or pulverize
ACM or PACM, or generate visible debris from ACM or PACM. Disturbance includes cutting away
small amounts of ACM and PACM, no greater than the amount which can be contained in one
standard sized glove bag or waste bag in order to access a building component. In no event shall
the amount of ACM or PACM so disturbed exceed that which can be contained in one glove bag
or waste bag which shall not exceed 60 inches in length and width.
N.
"Glovebag" means an impervious plastic bag-like enclosure affixed around not more than a 60 x
60-inch asbestos-containing material, with glove-like appendages through which material and
tools may be handled.
O.
"High-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter" means a filter capable of trapping and retaining at
least 99.97 percent of all mono-dispersed particles of 0.3 micrometers in diameter.
P.
"Regulated area" means an area established by the employer to demarcate areas where Class I,
II, and III asbestos work is conducted, and any adjoining area where debris and waste from such
asbestos work accumulate; and a work area within which airborne concentrations of asbestos,
exceed or there is a reasonable possibility they may exceed the permissible exposure limit.
Requirements for regulated areas are set out in subsection (e) of this section.
Q.
"Regulated asbestos-containing materials (RACM)" means, as defined by NESHAP, (a) friable
asbestos material, (b) Category I non-friable ACM that has become friable, (c) Category I nonfriable ACM that will be or has been subjected to sanding, grinding, cutting or abrading, or (d)
Category II non-friable ACM that has a high probability of becoming or has become crumbled,
pulverized, or reduced to powder by the forces expected to act on the material in the course of
demolition or renovation operations.
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R.
"Removal" means all operations where ACM and/or PACM are taken out or stripped from
structures or substrates, and includes demolition operations.
S.
"Surfacing ACM" means surfacing material which contains more than one percent asbestos.
T.
"Surfacing material" means material that is sprayed, troweled-on or otherwise applied to
surfaces (such as acoustical plaster on ceilings and fireproofing materials on structural members,
or other materials on surfaces for acoustical, fireproofing, and other purposes).
U.
"Thermal system insulation (TSI)" means ACM applied to pipes, fittings, boilers, breeching,
tanks, ducts or other structural components to prevent heat loss or gain.
V.
"Thermal system insulation ACM" is thermal system insulation that contains more than one
percent asbestos.
1.4
PROGRESS SUBMITTALS
A.
Asbestos Abatement and Project Design: Prior to mobilization, submit an Asbestos Abatement
Project Design to DESIGNER for review. The Design shall describe temporary controls and
enclosure design, removal methods by material type (e.g. pipe insulation, floor tile, etc.), waste
management practices, decontamination procedures and equipment, encapsulants and wetting
agents to be used, identify asbestos professionals and appropriate current training records and
licenses, and any other information important to the execution of the asbestos abatement
activities. The Design must be written by a licensed Asbestos Abatement Designer from the
State of Michigan.
B.
Evidence of certification as an asbestos contractor in accordance with the State of Michigan,
certification of project supervisor as an asbestos supervisor, and certification of abatement
workers as asbestos abatement worker.
C.
Product Data: Submit use instructions and recommendations from manufacturers of surfactants
intended for use at the Site. Include data, which supports that material complies with
requirements.
1.5
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
A.
Applicable federal, State of Michigan, and local rules and regulations.
B.
Submit proper regulatory notification as required by Department of Environmental Quality –
NESHAP, Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs including the MIOSHA Asbestos
Program.
1.6
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
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A.
Conform to procedures and applicable regulations when hazardous or contaminated materials
are present.
B.
Comply with the requirements of CONTRACTOR's approved Site-Specific Health and Safety Plan,
Asbestos Abatement and Management Plan and Spill Prevention and Pollution Control Plan.
1.8
SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING
A.
Notify DESIGNER 14 business days prior to commencement of abatement activities.
B.
CONTRACTOR must attend coordination meeting with DESIGNER prior to initiation of abatement
activities. Meeting to be conducted by DESIGNER and minutes taken to document discussions.
C.
Schedule Work to coordinate with activities of DESIGNER, WCAA, other contractors, and
CONTRACTOR's own activities.
1.9
A.
1.10
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Perform Work of this Section in accordance with CONTRACTOR's Asbestos Abatement and
Project Design reviewed by DESIGNER.
QUALIFICATIONS
A.
CONTRACTOR shall be licensed by the State of Michigan to perform asbestos removal.
B.
All CONTRACTOR employees engaged in asbestos removal operations shall have valid and
current licenses issued by the State of Michigan.
C.
CONTRACTOR shall identify a competent person to oversee all Site activities associated with this
project. The competent person shall satisfy all requirements in 29 CFR 1926.32 & 1926.1101.
PART 2
2.1
A.
2.2
PRODUCTS
DISPOSAL BAGS
Minimum 6-mil thick, leak-tight, polyethylene.
REINFORCED POLYETHYLENE SHEETING
A.
NFPA 701, Translucent, nylon reinforced, laminated, flame resistant, polyethylene film, 6 mil
minimum thickness.
B.
Largest size possible to minimize seams.
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2.3
SHIPPING CONTAINERS
A.
Impermeable containers shall be suitable to receive and retain any asbestos-containing or
asbestos-contaminated materials until they are disposed of at an approved disposal facility.
B.
The containers shall be labeled in accordance with this Section. Containers shall be both airtight
and watertight and conform to DOT Standard 49 CFR 178.224.
C.
Hard wall shipping containers shall be used to contain items reasonably expected to puncture
plastic and shall be constructed of fiber, hard plastic, or metal, with locking, airtight lids.
2.4
A.
2.5
A.
2.6
DUCT TAPE
In 3-inch widths with an adhesive which is formulated to aggressively stick to sheet
polyethylene.
SPRAY CEMENT
Spray adhesive in aerosol cans, which is specifically formulated to stick tenaciously to sheet
polyethylene.
WETTING AGENTS
A.
Amended water or a removal encapsulant.
B.
For amended water, provide water to which a surfactant has been added.
C.
A mixture of surfactant and water which results in wetting of ACM and retardation of fiber
release during disturbance of the material.
2.7
A.
2.8
A.
GLOVE BAG
Minimum 6 mil thick and equipped with a tool pouch, latex gloves with sleeve collars or molded
attachment to bag, and provisions for spray wand and HEPA vacuum connections. Provide
supports for bag as necessary to prevent separation due to weight of wet debris falling into the
bag.
LOCKDOWN ENCAPSULATES
Encapsulates used after asbestos removal to lockdown fugitive fibers shall carry a Class “A” fire
resistance rating and shall have an ASTM E-162 flame spread index of 15 or less. The intent shall
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be given to the encapsulate by means of the addition of non-toxic, nonflammable colorings
before application. The encapsulate shall be installed according to the manufacturer's written
instructions. Provide the following materials as applicable:
2.9
A.
1.
Prior American Coatings Corporation - FNE High-Temperature Sealant
2.
All International Protective Coatings, Corp - Serpiflex Shield Concentrate
3.
Inspect Certified Technologies - CerTane 1000 Post Removal Encapsulant
4.
Set up a H.B. Fuller Company, Fosters Products Division - HI TEMP Asbestos Sealer 84-18
LABELS
Individually label each bag or separately wrap ACM in accordance with federal, state and local
regulations, guidelines and policies, and disposal facility requirements. Pre-labeled bags are
preferred. At a minimum, label each item with three labels with text as follows:
CAUTION
CONTAINS ASBESTOS FIBERS
AVOID OPENING OR BREAKING CONTAINER
BREATHING ASBESTOS IS HAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH
Or
DANGER
CONTAINS ASBESTOS FIBERS
AVOID CREATING DUST
CANCER AND LUNG DISEASE HAZARD
B.
DOT label format and color shall conform to DOT Standard 49 CFR 172.407. DOT labels shall
display the following legend/information:
RQ, ASBESTOS, NA 2212
Labels shall be diamond shape and shall be located near the marking text. Labels shall consist of
a diamond a minimum of 100 millimeters (mm) on each side with each side having a solid line
inner border 5.0 to 6.3 mm from the edge. The label shall be white with seven black vertical
stripes on the top half. Black stripes and white spaces shall be equally spaced. The lower half of
the label shall be white with the class number "9" underlined and centered at the bottom. Refer
to DOT 40 CFR 172.446 for label format.
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Generator identification information shall be affixed to each package. DOT label format and
color shall conform to DOT Standard 49 CFR 172.304. Generator identification information labels
shall display information in accordance with EPA 40 CFR Part 61.150(a)(1)(v).
PART 3
3.1
EXECUTION
NOTIFICATION
A.
Submit NESHAP notification as required. The notification shall be postmarked or delivered at
least 14 days prior to the removal of any asbestos material.
B.
The original notification shall be updated as required by federal and state regulations during the
course of the project. Changes to the original notification may be required when changes to the
project start or completion date, or the quantity of asbestos to be removed changes.
3.2
A.
3.3
EXAMINATION
Prior to commencing asbestos removal work in each area, perform a detailed inspection of the
Work Area to ensure all requirements have been met.
EXISTING CONDITIONS
A.
CONTRACTOR is to assume that the roofing and roof flashing is non-friable, asbestos containing
material and must remove and dispose of accordingly.
B.
Transite is found in the form of corrugated panels on the exterior of the building and internal
fire curtains. Transite is also found in the electrical switch boxes.
3.4
A.
PREPARATION
Setup personnel decontamination showers or other facilities in accordance with federal, state
and local laws and regulations.
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B.
Class I and II work shall be conducted within regulated areas in accordance with federal, state
and local laws and regulations.
C.
Contained Work Area:
D.
1.
Prior to any asbestos removal work in each area, prepare a Contained Work Area, if
necessary, as required by federal and state regulations, policies, and guidelines.
2.
All stationary objects within the Contained Work Area not intended for removal or
stripping of asbestos shall be covered with plastic sheeting.
3.
Inspect the affected area and seal all openings, including but not limited to doors,
windows, vents, and registers. All sources of air movement, including the air handling
system shall be shut off or temporarily modified to restrict air movement in the Work
zone.
4.
Provide a system to collect all water used by the CONTRACTOR. Collected water shall be
passed through a water filtration system prior to being discharged into the sanitary
sewer.
5.
Set up a decontamination facility for each Work Area, housing a dirty room, a changing
room, a shower area, and an equipment area in accordance with Laws and Regulations.
6.
Barriers used for the construction of the Contained Work Area shall be equipped with
transparent viewing ports, which allow observation of all stripping and removal.
7.
Conduct HEPA ventilation/filtration and sealing off of each area in accordance with
federal, state, and local regulations, guidelines, and policies. Seal off the area with a
minimum of 2 layers of 6-mil plastic sheeting applied to walls, floors, ceiling, and fixtures
as necessary for a negative pressure differential in the Work Area.
8.
In the event of a power failure, provide sufficient standby electrical power to allow
operation of ventilation equipment and lighting in the Work Area.
9.
Inspect the Contained Work Area and submit written certification to DESIGNER that the
Contained Work Area is in accordance with federal and state regulations, policies, and
guidelines, prior to commencing removal activities.
Asbestos-containing Waste Material Holding Area: Provide an on-Site secure temporary ACM
holding area at locations selected by CONTRACTOR's Competent Person. Obtain WCAA's
approval for such areas prior to use for asbestos-containing waste material holding.
3.5
PERSONNEL PROTECTION AND DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURES
A.
General: The CONTRACTOR shall take all safety measures and precautions necessary to protect
its employees and building occupants in accordance with OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926, EPA
Standard 40 CFR, Part 61, Subpart M, and applicable state regulations. The CONTRACTOR shall
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be solely responsible for enforcing personnel protection requirements. Table 3.1 summarizes
the minimum levels of personnel protection required during work of this Section.
a
TABLE 3.1 MINIMUM PERSONAL PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS
RESPIRATORY
PROTECTION
DISPOSABLE
CLOTHING
SHOWER
REQUIRED
AFTER WORK
DECONTAMINATION UNIT
None
No
No
No
HMHER
Yes
No
Yes
PAPR
Yes
Yes
Yes
c
Yes
Yes
b
Yes
PAPR
c
Yes
Yes
b
Yes
HNHER
Yes
No
Yes
Asbestos floor tile & other
nonfriable removal
HMHER
Yes
No
No
Lockdown
HMHER
Yes
Yes
Yes
Activities after Lockdown
HMHER
No
No
No
Loading ACM and PACM on
truck (outside work area)
HMHER
Yes
No
No
ACTIVITY
Removal of “loose items”
prior to work – no
potential asbestos
exposure
Removal of “loose items"
prior to work – potential
asbestos exposure – Class
IV Removal
Gross removal
Glove bag and wrap and
cut removal
Asbestos-containing debris
removal
Asbestos cement board
removal
PAPR
b
a
These are minimum requirements only. The CONTRACTOR is fully responsible for the personal
protection of all workers at the site. Where conflict or interpretation differences arise, the text of the
specification supersedes all tables.
b
Requirement may be waived by the WCAA on an individual case by case basis. Refer to text of
Specifications.
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c
Requirement may be altered by the WCAA on an individual case by case basis if CONTRACTOR provides
a negative exposure assessment for alternate proposed respiratory protection.
PAPR
Full-face mask powered air purifying respirator.
HMHER Half-face mask high efficiency respirator.
FFHER Full-face mask high efficiency respirator.
3.6 AIR MONITORING
A.
The WCAA’S REPRESENTATIVE shall perform air sampling outside of asbestos Regulated Work
Areas (RWA’s) during the project to demonstrate CONTRACTOR compliance, proper Work
procedures and to ensure areas outside the RWA’s remain below regulatory limits.
B.
Air samples will be collected at the discretion of the WCAA’S REPRESENTATIVE during each shift.
Air samples will be collected and analyzed using NIOSH Method 7400.
C.
The CONTRACTOR, at its expense, shall collect and analyze personal air monitoring samples from
each Work Area. Sampling shall be repeated during each different Work activity. Sample
collection and analysis shall be performed using the OSHA Reference Method as outlined in 29
CFR 1926.1101. Written results of CONTRACTOR testing will be provided to the WCAA within 48
hours after completion of the tests.
D.
Copies of air monitoring results will be distributed as necessary to comply with hazard
communication requirements of applicable federal and state regulations.
3.7 WET REMOVAL
A.
To the maximum extent possible, use wet methods to remove ACM.
B.
Apply a fine spray of the Amended Water and/or removal encapsulant to prevent fiber releases
during removal. Sufficiently saturate ACM to prevent emission of airborne fibers in excess of
either OSHA, PEL, or ceiling exposure standards. At a minimum, apply Amended Water and/or
removal encapsulant in accordance with manufacturer's written instructions.
C.
Remove or clean up ACM in small sections to prevent excessive exposure potentials. Place
removed materials including plastic sheeting, tape, cleaning materials, clothing, and other
disposable materials or items used on the Site in minimum 6-mil thick plastic bags, sealed and
labeled for disposal.
D.
Accomplish wetting by a fine spray (mist) of Amended Water or removal encapsulant. Saturate
the material sufficiently to wet the substrate without causing excess dripping. Allow sufficient
time for water or removal encapsulant to penetrate material thoroughly. If Amended Water is
used, spray the material repeatedly during the Work process to maintain a continuously wet
condition. If a removal encapsulant is used, apply it in strict accordance with manufacturer's
written instructions. Perforate outer covering of any installation which has been painted and/or
jacket in order to allow penetration of Amended Water or removal encapsulant or, where
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necessary, carefully strip away the covering while simultaneously spraying Amended Water or
removal encapsulant on the installation in order to prevent fiber release.
E.
Continuously mist Work Areas with Amended Water and/or removal encapsulant whenever
necessary to prevent fiber release.
F.
Remove saturated ACM in small sections from all areas. Do not permit ACM to dry out. As it is
removed, pack the material simultaneously, while still wet, into disposal bags. Twist, bend over,
and seal the neck of each bag with minimum 3 wraps of duct tape. Place the bag into another
bag.
3.8 GLOVE BAG REMOVAL
A.
Establish a Regulated Work Area (RWA) via asbestos barrier tape, signage and/or construction
barriers of 6 mm poly.
B.
Pre-clean any gross contamination, from the immediate Work Areas using HEPA vacuum
equipment and/or wet cleaning methods as appropriate. Methods that raise dust, such as dry
sweeping or vacuuming with equipment not equipped with HEPA filters, shall not be used.
C.
Use proper tools for removal of ACM and jacketing on piping, including tools necessary for
cleanup after removal, all small enough to fit inside the tool pouch.
D.
Install the glove bag around ACM to be removed. Be sure that tools, cleaning, and sealing
materials are in the bag prior to installation. Check seals on bags prior to starting removal and
recheck as work progresses. Spray material with Amended Water, allow water to soak in then
respray. Cut insulation cover with a knife and remove insulation material from pipes.
E.
After insulation is removed, wipe down pipe to remove remaining fibers and thoroughly wash
the inside of the bag, pipe or equipment surfaces, and tools. Without removing the wand from
the bag, change the spray bottle to an encapsulant material, then respray the inside of bag, pipe
or equipment, and ends of exposed insulation material. Evacuate the bag with HEPA vacuum;
remove tools from bag; remove bag from pipe, folding inward the sides of the bag, then twist
and tape the open end, the wand opening, and the vacuum opening.
F.
Twist, bend over, and seal the open end of each removed glove bag with minimum 3 wraps of
duct tape. Place the bag into another bag and twist, bend over, and seal the neck of each bag
with minimum 3 wraps of duct tape.
G.
Label each disposal bag with 3 text labels.
3.9 VACUUM REMOVAL
A.
Establish a Regulated Work Area (RWA) via asbestos barrier tape, signage and/or construction
barriers of 6 mil poly.
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B.
Conduct vacuum removal of ACM with vacuum units that are equipped with HEPA type filters.
C.
Vacuum cleaners used for collection of dust and other loose bulk material:
D.
3.10
1.
Commercial or industrial vacuum cleaners equipped with HEPA filters capable of
removing dust to 0.3 microns diameter at a demonstrated efficiency of 99.97 percent.
2.
Minimum Static Lift: 185 inches of water.
3.
Minimum Air Flow: 160 cu ft per minute.
4.
Minimum Capacity: 4 cu ft.
5.
Capable of vacuuming liquids.
6.
Suitable for installation on a free-rolling platform.
The use of brooms and shovels to clean up friable ACM is prohibited.
DRY BULK REMOVAL
A.
Bulk removal must be reviewed by DESIGNER pre-approved by WCAA. It may only be used
where wet methods would present a safety hazard.
B.
Dry removal methods may include one more of the following:
3.11
1.
HEPA filtration system.
2.
Glovebag system.
3.
Triple wrap of material to be removed in sections.
ASBESTOS HANDLING AND MANAGEMENT
A.
Manage wastes generated consistent with the procedures set forth in Section 02120 - Waste
Management. All roll-off boxes used to receive ACM must be lined, labeled, and lockable in
accordance with applicable regulations.
B.
Handle, package, and label asbestos wastes in accordance with 40 CFR 61.150 and CCR, title 13,
section 66263.23, and Article 2.9 of this Section.
C.
Asbestos materials shall be kept wet during packaging and shall be placed in leak tight
containers or wrapping.
D.
Asbestos shall be carefully lowered to the ground or lower floor without dropping, throwing,
sliding, or otherwise damaging or disturbing the material.
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E.
Asbestos that's removed from locations more than 50 feet above ground level and not removed
as units or in sections shall be transported to the ground via leak-tight chutes or containers.
F.
Keep hazardous and non-hazardous asbestos wastes segregated from one another.
3.12
CLEANUP AND CLEARANCE OF WORK AREAS
A. Clearance Procedure: Clearance of the Work Area shall be conducted in accordance with the
three-step procedure described below.
Step 1.
Preliminary Cleanup
Step 2.
Lockdown
Step 3.
Final Clearance
Visual inspection
-------------Visual Inspection
1. Preliminary Cleanup
a. Remove any visible accumulation of asbestos material and debris. Wet clean all
surfaces and objects in the Work area and any other contaminated area.
Remove asbestos waste in impermeable containers from the Work Area.
b. After cleaning the Work Area, wait 24 hours to allow for the settling of dust and
again wet clean or clean with HEPA vacuum equipment all surfaces in the Work
Area. (Waiting time of 24 hours may be waived by the Professional) After
completion of the second cleaning operation, perform a complete visual
inspection of the work area to ensure that it is free of visible contamination.
c. Upon request from the CONTRACTOR, the WCAA’S REPRESENTATIVE will
perform a visual inspection. If the WCAA’S REPRESENTATIVE finds visible
accumulations of dust in the Work Area, the CONTRACTOR shall repeat the wet
cleaning as heretofore specified at the CONTRACTOR’s expense.
2. Lockdown
a. After successful completion of the initial visual inspection, all surfaces and
building components from which ACM and PACM were removed (ceilings, walls,
piping, and floors) shall receive lockdown encapsulate.
b. When the encapsulate is dry, all exposed surfaces shall be wet cleaned and/or
HEPA vacuumed. After cleaning, wait a minimum of 16 hours to allow for
settling of dust and then wet clean and/or HEPA vacuum again.
3. Final Clearance
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a. Upon request from the CONTRACTOR, a final visual inspection will be performed
by the WCAA’S REPRESENTATIVE for the purpose of observing whether the
condition of cleaned areas is free of dust, dirt, and debris. Evidence of asbestos
contamination identified during the inspection will necessitate further cleaning
as heretofore specified at the CONTRACTOR’s expense.
b. The WCAA’S REPRESENTATIVE will collect air clearance samples if the
abatement was conducted using a negative pressure enclosure or in other
RWA’s at their discretion. The area will be released if the clearance samples are
below acceptable clearance levels (State of Michigan clearance criteria of .05
fibers per cubic centimeter of air). If levels are above acceptable clearance
levels, the CONTRACTOR must repeat Steps 2 and 3 at the CONTRACTOR’s
expense.
3.13
A.
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
Visual Inspection in a Contained Work Area:
1.
Prior to removal of any ACM and PACM, the CONTRACTOR shall notify the DESIGNER
and request a pre-removal inspection. Posting of warning signs, Work Area isolation,
installation of decontamination system and all other preparatory steps shall have been
taken prior to notification. The CONTRACTOR shall not begin asbestos removal until the
DESIGNER reviews the Work Area preparations.
2.
Upon completion of ACM removal work in each area, visually inspect each Work Area
and confirm asbestos-free conditions prior to conducting confirmatory air testing.
3.
This inspection will not occur earlier than 24 hours after activities within the area have
ceased.
4.
Maintain the Contained Work Area in place until WCAA provides approval for their
removal.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 02134
CLEANING OF PITS, TRENCHES, AND SUMPS
PART 1
1.1
GENERAL
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Inspection of all pits, trenches, and sumps.
B.
Bulk removal of dirt, sediment, and waste.
C.
Dry scraping of surfaces and removal of collected dirt, sediment, and waste.
D.
Power washing of surfaces and collection and handling of wastewater.
1.2
REFERENCES
A.
WCAA General Terms and Conditions.
B.
Section 02120 – Waste Management.
1.3
A.
1.4
A.
DEFINITIONS
Stained surfaces: surfaces impacted by petroleum products and other waste from former
manufacturing processes resulting in significant visual accumulation of residue or discoloration.
PROGRESS SUBMITTALS
Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan: 7 days prior to mobilization to Site, submit
Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan to DESIGNER for review. The plan shall include written
procedures, schedules, and CONTRACTOR drawings as applicable to address cleaning of all
necessary pits, sumps and trenches. The Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan shall, as a minimum,
address each of the following items:
1.
The methods and procedures that will be used to perform decommissioning/cleaning.
The methods and procedures must take into consideration the type of contamination
present.
2.
Strip-out of ancillary equipment.
3.
The sequencing and scheduling of cleaning.
4.
Management of decontamination fluids and residuals.
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1.5
A.
1.6
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
Applicable federal, State of Michigan, and local rules and regulations.
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
Do not spill, leak, track, spread or otherwise release materials from decontamination area.
B.
Do not generate dusting or misting conditions outside of decontamination area.
1.7
SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING
A.
Schedule Work to coordinate with activities of WCAA, other contractors, and CONTRACTOR's
own activities.
D.
Sequence activities to complete decontamination in the following order:
E.
1.8
A.
1.9
A.
PART 2
1.
Dismantle and remove equipment that may obstruct cleaning.
2.
Remove and consolidate accumulated waste in a designated container.
3.
Remove gross oil staining from the concrete surface.
4.
All wastewater generated by the CONTRACTOR must be collected, placed and stored in
the temporary storage tank(s) mobilized to the Site for that purpose and disposed of offSite at an approved facility.
Schedule Work to precede demolition.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Perform Work of this Section in accordance with CONTRACTOR's Decommissioning/Cleaning
Plan.
EXISTING CONDITIONS
Pits, sumps and trenches are located throughout the facility.
PRODUCTS (NOT USED)
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PART 3
3.1
A.
3.2
EXECUTION
EXAMINATION
Verify that asbestos abatement is completed and that obstructing equipment is ready to be
safely dismantled.
PREPARATION
A.
Remove equipment in accordance with the approved Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan without
spreading or tracking the accumulated waste on underlying floor areas.
B.
Provide, erect, and maintain temporary barriers to protect surrounding areas and prevent
recleaning of clean pits, trenches, and sumps or other clean areas in the vicinity of the work
area.
C.
Prepare for and conduct confined space entry procedures as needed.
D.
Maintain emergency and spill response equipment in each area during cleaning activities.
E.
Notify DESIGNER at least 24 hours before cleaning activities will commence.
3.3
REMOVAL ACTIVITIES
A.
Locate each pit, trench, and sump.
B.
Inspect each pit, trench, and sump and determine the extent of required cleaning. Verify extent
of cleaning with DESIGNER.
C.
Facilitate testing of waste and affected structure surfaces by DESIGNER as necessary.
D.
Conduct cleaning activities in accordance with Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan. At a minimum,
cleaning shall include:
1.
Initial removal of bulk liquids, solids, and residues from pits, trenches, and sumps with
dry mechanical methods consisting of hand scraping, shoveling, vacuuming or other
similar means. Vacuum all dust and particles as final initial step. Material removed shall
be containerized separately based on origin and waste compatibility.
2.
Conduct cleaning operations in the areas specified utilizing Method 1
Method 1: High Pressure Water Blast
The water blast system utilized for the rigorous decontamination shall be capable of
operation from water temperatures ranging from 75° F to 180° F. The CONTRACTOR's
Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan shall address washing equipment and methods. The
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system shall be capable of operation at a pressure of 3,000 to 10,000 PSI. The maximum
jet reactive force shall not exceed 20 pounds when operating at 10,000 PSI and at a
maximum water usage rate of 4.0 GPM. At no time during the operation of the water
blast system shall the water usage rate exceed 8.0 GPM per individual blast unit. The
system shall be capable of operation with water and abrasive or with water only. Blast
media, if utilized, shall be water soluble and non-detergent. Splashback shall be held to
a minimum and the use of deflector shrouds or other means of control may be required
for worker protection and/or liquid containment.
3.
All residues generated should be managed in accordance with Section 02120 – Waste
Management.
E.
Obtain written approval from WCAA for alternate cleaning methods prior to implementation.
F.
Proceed with decontamination utilizing best efforts to remove gross staining from concrete
surface.
G.
Conduct cleaning in a manner that will minimize recleaning due to cross-contamination between
clean and unclean areas.
H.
Inspection and review of cleaning efforts will be completed by the DESIGNER.
3.4
WASTE MANAGEMENT
A.
Segregate wastes consistent with procedures in Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan. PCB wastes
should be segregated from non-PCB wastes for disposal.
B.
Do not combine incompatible or inappropriate waste streams from separate
pits/trenches/sumps.
C.
Manage wastes generated consistent with the procedures set forth in Section 02120 – Waste
Management.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 02141
PIPING AND EQUIPMENT
DRAINING AND CLEANING
PART 1
1.1
GENERAL
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Draining of aboveground water piping.
B.
Purging of flammable product piping.
C.
Draining and cleaning of equipment and appurtenances.
1.2
REFERENCES
A.
WCAA General Terms and Conditions.
B.
Section 02120 – Waste Management.
1.3
A.
1.4
DEFINITIONS
RCRA – Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.
PROGRESS SUBMITTALS
A.
Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan: 7 days prior to mobilization to Site, submit a decommissioning
and cleaning plan to DESIGNER for review. The plan shall include written procedures, schedules,
and CONTRACTOR drawings, as applicable, to address all piping and equipment requiring
cleaning. Where applicable, outline the sequence of draining, flushing, and purging and the
most suitable locations (low spots) to drain and capture purge liquids.
1.5
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
A.
Applicable federal, State of Michigan, and local rules and regulations.
1.6
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
Do not spill, leak, or otherwise release materials from work areas.
B.
Do not generate dusting or misting conditions outside of work areas.
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1.7
SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING
A.
Sequence and schedule activities of this Section with Section 02120 - Waste Management to
ensure efficient and timely performance of the Work.
B.
Sequence activities to complete piping draining and cleaning as follows:
C.
1.8
A.
1.9
1.
Inspect all piping to confirm the extent of the Work, including piping associated with
aboveground storage tank. Clean tank of remaining product and residue.
2.
Open, drain and purge all water, product and process piping of liquids/solids as
required.
3.
Purge natural gas with an inert gas as required.
4.
Drain and empty all process and hydraulic equipment fluid reservoirs including
elevators, truck levelers, trash compactors, conveyor systems, and others.
5.
De-energize electrical equipment and drain dielectric fluids.
Schedule work to precede facility demolition.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Perform work of this Section in accordance with CONTRACTOR's Site-specific Health and Safety
Plan and Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan.
EXISTING CONDITIONS
A.
WCAA/DESIGNER have determined that some remaining equipment and piping systems contain
products, residues and/or other waste materials.
B.
WCAA reserves the right to recover decommissioned electrical equipment, including
transformers.
PART 2
PRODUCT (NOT USED)
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.1
A.
EXAMINATION
Verify that the Site conditions are ready to receive work.
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B.
Verify that sufficient containers are available for waste that may be generated.
C.
Verify that the temporary storage area is prepared to receive the anticipated quantity waste
drums and containers.
D.
Verify product and process piping to be drained and cleaned and identify any product or process
piping with solid or semi-solid residual materials or waste that cannot be removed by draining
and or flushing.
3.2
DRAINING OF PIPING
A.
Verify the most appropriate low spots to drain pipe lines where required.
B.
Drain liquids to the lowest end, then from low spots into suitable clean containers. Segregate
drained water from all other waste streams.
C.
No free liquid is to remain in piping.
D.
Discharge water to sanitary sewer system only with WCAA approval. If authorization to discharge
directly to the sanitary sewer system has not been granted, transport container to the temporary
storage area.
E.
Verify all lines are drained and emptied in accordance with CONTRACTOR's Site-Specific Health
and Safety Plan and Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan.
F.
Provide air gaps in pipe lines every 250 feet.
3.3
A.
PURGING OF NATURAL GAS PIPING
General.
1.
Flammable product piping including natural gas.
B.
Locate valves; determine if lines are still pressurized. Release pressure safely and in accordance
with CONTRACTOR's Site-specific Health and Safety Plan and Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan.
C.
Purge lines with an inert gas as necessary.
D.
Cold cut lines as necessary using non-sparking tools.
E.
Provide visible air gap in pipeline every 250 feet.
3.4
DRAINING AND CLEANING OF NON ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND APPURTENANCES
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A.
General.
1.
Includes hydraulic equipment, elevators, lifts, conveyor systems, and other process
equipment.
B.
Verify location of equipment requiring draining and cleaning.
C.
Drain all liquids and empty reservoirs into suitable drums.
D.
Where required by WCAA, flush equipment with clean water to remove solid/liquid residuals.
Contain rinsate in properly labeled drums/containers.
E.
No free liquid is to remain in equipment.
F.
Remove bulk solid/sludge accumulation from equipment surfaces, including weld dust as
directed by WCAA. Contain in properly labeled drums/containers.
G.
Remove process related filters and any filter-related material or waste from surrounding areas.
Contain in properly labeled drums/containers.
H.
Properly label each drum of each waste stream.
I.
Transport drums to the temporary storage area.
J.
Manage conveyor chain and other equipment with accumulated waste that may be released
during on-Site handling or off-Site transportation (drip pans, etc.) in a manner such that
accumulated waste is prevented from contaminating floor and other surfaces/equipment in
accordance with CONTRACTOR's Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan.
3.5
A.
1.
Place equipment into lined, sealed roll-off container or equivalent.
2.
Provide interim storage prior to removal from the Site in a manner that prevents
infiltration of rainwater.
3.
Off-Site transportation of any equipment containing grease must occur in sealed
containers.
4.
Conduct cleaning of such equipment as necessary to facilitate salvage of the equipment
as scrap.
DRAINING AND CLEANING OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
General.
1.
Coordinate deactivation of all electrical service with WCAA and DESIGNER prior to the
removal of any electrical equipment.
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2.
Verify the location of all electrical capacitors and transformers with DESIGNER.
3.
To be completed prior to demolition of the structures.
B.
Following all provisions of CONTRACTOR'S Health and Safety Plan and
Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan, provide qualified and licensed electrician to disconnect and
discharge any stored current in remaining transformers and capacitors. Notify DESIGNER at
least 3 days prior to commencing these activities.
C.
Drain dielectric fluids from transformers, bushings, and switches for testing by DESIGNER. Take
care not to spill, drip, track, or otherwise release dielectric fluids. CONTRACTOR will be
responsible for costs incurred due to CONTRACTOR release of dielectric fluids.
D.
Salvage designated electrical equipment in accordance with Section 02223 –Demolition and
Removals.
3.6
WASTE HANDLING
A.
Handle, store and label all drums and containers in accordance with applicable federal and State
of Michigan regulations.
B.
Waste sampling, characterization and analysis will be provided by DESIGNER.
C.
Do not combine waste streams from equipment unless approved by WCAA.
D.
Dispose of materials in accordance with Section 02120 – Waste Management.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 02200
SITE RESTORATION
PART 1
1.1
GENERAL
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Filling, backfilling, and compacting excavated areas and pits to the level of the existing building
slab or to the level of the existing pavement, whichever is applicable.
B.
Site drainage modifications.
C.
Demobilization.
1.2
REFERENCES
A.
WCAA General Terms and Conditions.
B.
Section 02223 – Demolition and Removals.
C.
MDOT Standard Specifications for 21AA aggregate, Class II granular material, Turf Establishment,
and Turf and Landscaping Materials.
D.
ASTM D 1557 - Standard Test Methods for Laboratory Compaction Characteristics of Soil
E.
ASTM D 2487 - Standard Practice for Classification of Soils for Engineering Purposes
F.
ASTM D 4972 - Standard Test Method for pH of Soils
G.
ASTM D 2974 - Standard Test Methods for Moisture, Ash, and Organic Matter of Peat and Other
Organic Soils
1.3
PROGRESS SUBMITTALS
A.
Site Restoration Plan: 7 days prior to mobilization to the Site, submit a Site Restoration Plan for
review to DESIGNER. The plan shall include written procedures, schedules, and CONTRACTOR
drawings as applicable to address the final site restoration activities, including but not limited to
stormwater drainage, runoff and management, and Site safety.
B.
Materials Sources: Submit name of imported materials source.
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1.4
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
A.
Applicable federal, State of Michigan, and local rules and regulations.
B.
Applicable City of Ypsilanti laws, codes and ordinances.
1.5
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
Do not spill, leak, or otherwise release materials from work areas.
B.
Do not generate dusting or misting conditions outside of work areas.
1.6
SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING
A.
Schedule work to coordinate with activities of WCAA, other contractors, and CONTRACTOR's
own activities.
B.
Obtain all required permits from authorities prior to placing regulated equipment into use.
Copies of all applications and/or permits must be shared with DESIGNER upon mobilization of
such equipment.
1.7
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Perform work of this Section in accordance with CONTRACTOR's Site-specific Health and Safety
Plan, and Site Restoration Plan.
B. WCAA may employ and pay for services of the independent testing laboratory for tests required to
show compliance with the specifications.
1.8
EXISTING CONDITIONS
A.
Pits, sumps and trenches are located throughout the facility.
B.
Slopped truck docks are located at the east and west sides of the building.
PART 2
2.1
PRODUCTS
FILL MATERIALS
A.
Granular Fill – Granular fill in compliance with MDOT Specifications for Granular Material Class
II.
B.
Surface Aggregate – Aggregate in compliance with MDOT Specifications for 21AA aggregate.
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C.
Excavation Materials - Excavated materials may be used as fill upon approval by WCAA.
D.
Earthen Materials - Excavated earthen materials may be used as fill only in WCAA designated
areas which are to remain earthen.
E.
WCAA Furnished Material – Crushed concrete located on the Willow Run Airport Site
approximately at the corner of A Street and 4th Street.
2.2
SOURCE QUALITY CONTROL
A.
Where fill materials are specified by reference to a specific standard, test and analyze samples
for compliance before us on Site.
B.
If tests indicate materials do not meet specified requirements, change material.
PART 3
3.1
A.
3.2
EXECUTION
EXAMINATION
Identify required lines, levels, contours, and datum locations.
PREPARATION AND FILLING
A.
Remove any loose or soft material in the excavation.
B.
Cut out soft areas of subgrade not capable of compaction in place. Backfill with granular fill.
C.
Compact subgrade to density equal to or greater than requirements for subsequent fill material.
D.
Until ready to fill, maintain excavations and prevent loose soil from falling into excavation.
E.
Backfill voids resulting from demolition and excavation to obtain grade required around
structures.
F.
Backfilling around structures:
1.
Exposed subgrade surface shall be compacted before structural fill is placed.
2.
Prevent displacement of structural components during backfilling operations. Backfill
opposite sides simultaneously with a maximum backfill elevation difference of 6 feet.
3.
For walls that are unbraced at the top edge, backfill can be place upon concrete
reaching required strength, as noted above.
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4.
For walls that are braced at the top edge, backfill can be placed only when the next level
floor framing or cover slabs are in place and the concrete has reached the required
strength, as noted above.
G.
Fill to existing pavement or floor elevations or grades shown and required for drainage.
Maintain surface and slopes for drainage during operations.
H.
Placement:
1.
Maintain surfaces free of water, debris, and excessively wet, frozen, and other
deleterious materials.
2.
Place and compact backfill materials in loose lifts not exceeding 12 inches in thickness.
I.
Fill to contours and elevations indicated using unfrozen materials.
J.
Employ a placement method that does not disturb or damage other work, using the appropriate
equipment to achieve proper compaction.
K.
Systematically fill to allow maximum time for natural settlement. Do not fill over porous, wet,
frozen or spongy subgrade surfaces.
L.
Maintain optimum moisture content of fill materials to attain required compaction density.
M.
Fill: Place and compact materials generated from crushing concrete or provided by WCAA in
equal continuous layers not exceeding 10 inches compacted depth.
N.
CONTRACTOR must provide granular fill once WCAA supplied fill material is depleted.
O.
Slope grade away from building minimum 2 inches in 10 ft, unless noted otherwise. Make
gradual grade changes. Blend slope into level areas.
P.
Compaction Density:
1.
3.3
A.
3.4
A.
Unless otherwise specified or indicated compaction density requirements shall be at
least 95 percent of its maximum Modified Proctor Dry Density ASTM D 1557.
FILL AT SPECIFIC LOCATIONS
Leave granular MDOT 34R in leaching pits and dress to level of existing paving or floor with
additional MDOT 34R as needed.
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
Frequency of Tests:
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1.
Soil density tests shall be taken uniformly throughout the placing of fill material so that
quality control can be maintained at all times. WCAA may test as follows:
a. One field density test for each 25 cubic yards of structural fill, minimum one each
lift.
b. One field density test for each 50 cubic yards of controlled fill, minimum one each
lift.
c. One field test per day for each type of fill on any day when fill is placed, regardless
of quantity.
B.
3.5
If tests indicate work does not meet specified requirements, remove work, replace and retest.
RESTORATION
A.
Install leach pits in locations identified in Design Documents if WCAA elects to have building slab
remain.
B.
If WCAA exercises Option 1, restore excavated areas to top of existing slab elevation.
C.
If WCAA exercises Option 2, modify existing catch basins and grade surfaces to drain to catch
basins as noted in Design Documents.
D.
Remove all protuberances from remaining concrete slabs including attachment bolts from
former equipment and remnants of all structures.
E.
Mill concrete surfaces as necessary to provide an even surface.
F.
Sweep the concrete slab, if it has been decided that it shall remain. Provide an even swept
surface free of trip and fall hazards.
G.
Base Bid Work includes restoration of the utility excavations. In those areas where the
excavation was in an area where there was no existing pavement, restoration includes filling
with earthen material, placement of four inches of topsoil and seeding. In the areas where
there was pavement (including gravel), restoration includes filling with compacted aggregate
material either furnished by the WCAA or MDOT 21AA furnished by CONTRACTOR.
H.
If the WCAA exercises any of the Options, the areas affected must be topped with four inches of
topsoil and seeded.
I.
Remove unused stockpiled materials, rubbish, and debris and leave area in a clean and neat
condition.
J.
Erect fencing contingent with AOA Security requirements and specifications after the WCAA has
approved a fencing plan. Erect fencing in the deepest area excavated or saw cut for utility
removals north of existing building footprint.
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3.6
A.
TOPSOIL AND SEEDING
The topsoil must be capable of supporting growth of one of the specified permanent grass
seeds. It must be a friable loam but not of heavy clay nor of very light sandy nature. It must be
free of unsuitable materials including:
1.
Frozen material or material containing snow or ice.
2.
Trees, stumps, branches, or other wood/lumber.
3.
Wire, steel, cast iron, cans, drums, or other foreign material.
4.
Materials containing hazardous or toxic constituents at hazardous or toxic concentrations.
5.
Reasonably free of roots or rocks larger than 1 inch, weeds, vegetation, and seeds of
noxious weeds.
B.
Acidity Range (pH): 5.5 to 7.5, determined in accordance with ASTM D4972.
C.
Containing minimum 4 percent and maximum 25 percent organic matter determined in
accordance with ASTM D2974.
E.
Topsoil must be one or a combination of the following classifications of soil; ASTM D2487 Group
Symbol SP, SM, ML, or OL.
F.
A representative sample must be submitted for approval by the WCAA.
G. The grass seed and mulch along with the placement shall comply with Sections 816 - Turf
Establishment and 917 - Turf and Landscaping Materials of the MDOT 2012 Standard
Specifications for Construction.
3.7
SITE DEMOBILIZATION
A.
Restore the demolition area so that all slabs, parking areas and other Site areas are free of
debris and all other materials to the satisfaction of WCAA.
B.
Remove and dispose of all waste materials in accordance with Section 02120 – Waste
Management.
C.
Demobilize CONTRACTOR equipment, supplies and support vehicles.
D.
Disassemble and remove CONTRACTOR temporary facilities upon authorization from WCAA.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 02223
DEMOLITION AND REMOVALS
PART 1
1.1
GENERAL
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Hangar 2 and eastern covered truck loading dock are to be demolished to slab on-grade.
B.
Removal of all above-grade concrete piers, pedestals, tank saddles and walls for disposal. All
Hangar 2 slabs on grade, footings and foundations are to remain unless authorized by the
WCAA. Do not excavate or disturb existing surrounding pavement unless authorized by the
WCAA.
C.
Off-Site processing of ferrous and nonferrous metals for scrap metal recycling (unprepared).
D.
Loading and shipping of all salvage metals.
E.
Removal and salvage of items designated by WCAA.
F.
Protection of existing industrial, sanitary and storm sewer lines and all catch basin and manhole
covers.
G.
Removal of a decommissioned aboveground storage tank and its associated piping.
1.2
REFERENCES
A.
WCAA General Terms and Conditions
B.
Section 02120 – Waste Management
1.3
A.
1.4
A.
DEFINITIONS
Demolition: removal of above grade structures and all other designated improvements within
the work area using hydraulic excavators equipped with shears, grapples and other suitable
attachments to achieve mechanical removal and processing of all materials.
PROGRESS SUBMITTALS
Code Compliance: Submit copies of all required permits and inspection certificates or other
code/ordinance compliance documents obtained by CONTRACTOR from the code/ordinance
enforcement authorities, prior to commencing demolition activities.
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B.
Demolition/Dismantling Plan: 7 days prior to mobilization to the Site, submit a
Demolition/Dismantling Plan for review to the DESIGNER. The plan shall include written
procedures, schedules, and CONTRACTOR drawings as applicable. The Demolition/Dismantling
Plan shall, as a minimum, address each of the following items:
1.
The methods and procedures that will be used to perform each scheduled demolition
and removal task.
2.
The sequencing and scheduling of demolition and removal tasks.
3.
Detailed drawings showing the location of all lay-down and scrap processing areas.
4.
The means/methods for final demolition of Hangar 2 identifying the techniques to be
employed to remove structures without damage to surrounding structures not included
in the Work.
5.
The source and means/methods to obtain and apply water to the demolition work to
control fugitive emissions.
6.
WCAA must approve all demolition techniques.
7.
The CONTRACTOR’s Demolition/Dismantling Plan must be written and submitted by a
Michigan professional engineer with expertise in structural engineering.
1.5
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
A.
Applicable federal, State of Michigan, and local rules and regulations.
B.
Applicable City of Ypsilanti laws, codes and ordinances.
1.6
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
Do not spill, leak, or otherwise release materials from work areas.
B.
Do not generate dusting or misting conditions outside of work areas.
1.7
SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING
A.
Sequence and schedule activities of this Section with Section 02120 – Waste Management to
ensure efficient and timely performance of the Work.
B.
Obtain all required permits from authorities.
C.
CONTRACTOR is to coordinate all Site activities with other contractors for the safe completion of
the Work including completing utility isolation.
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D.
Verify affected utilities are properly disconnected. Utilities to remain will be identified by
WCAA/DESIGNER.
E.
Conduct decommissioning and asbestos abatement prior to facility demolition.
F.
WCAA will release structures in writing authorizing demolition to proceed. Do not proceed with
demolition without written authorization.
G.
Maintain vehicular access to Site entrances and exits at all times during Work.
1.8
A.
1.9
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Perform work of this Section in accordance with CONTRACTOR's Site-specific Health and Safety
Plan and Demolition/Dismantling Plan.
EXISTING CONDITIONS
A.
Surrounding Hangar 2 are the Airfield Operations Area (AOA) and Willow Run Airport taxiway.
These areas must not be impacted by demolition activities for Hangar 2.
B.
Removal of a decommissioned aboveground storage tank is included in this scope of work.
C.
Removal and proper disposal of expansion joint material must be completed prior to any
demolition work or concrete crushing.
D.
The existing guardrail along Tyler Road is to be protected and maintained.
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PRODUCTS (NOT USED)
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Verify utilities are properly disconnected.
B.
Verify and mark all industrial, sanitary and storm sewer manholes and utilities to remain as
directed. Mark, identify and secure all manhole covers. CONTRACTOR will replace, with
comparable material of the same quality and size, at his expense, manhole covers that are
missing at the completion of the Work.
C.
DESIGNER will verify all other asbestos abatement and decommission cleaning work is
completed prior to authorizing CONTRACTOR to commence demolition.
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D.
Verify Site conditions are ready to receive work.
E.
DESIGNER may conduct additional air monitoring during demolition activities.
3.2
PREPARATION
A.
Do not close or obstruct access or egress to the Site.
B.
Do not disable or disrupt adjacent property, utilities, roadways or other private or public
property.
C.
Security and work area fencing are to be erected and maintained.
1. CONTRACTOR must submit a fencing plan and specifications to WCAA for approval prior to
erecting temporary fences.
2. Fences must remain until authorization for site demobilization has been authorized by
WCAA. Any airport fences removed during Work must be re-erected with the same
specifications.
D.
Disconnect and remove any existing utilities within demolition areas unless otherwise specified
by WCAA/DESIGNER.
E.
Complete required decommissioning and abatement work prior to demolition.
F.
Implement dust control, erosion and sediment control, and stormwater runoff controls prior to
and during demolition activities in accordance with all required permits.
G.
Notify affected utility companies before starting work and comply with their requirements.
H.
Wet work areas with water as needed to minimize dust.
I.
Comply with all applicable noise control laws, regulations and/or ordinances.
J.
Provide methods, means and facilities for pollution control during demolition operations. Have
preparations ready to control and dispose of spills or releases. Report all spills or releases to the
proper authorities and in accordance with federal and state requirements.
K.
Removal of all vegetation (clearing and grubbing) and surface debris in preparation for
demolition activities.
3.3
DEMOLITION AND REMOVAL
A.
Provide for the safe, controlled removal of the structures during demolition.
B.
No excavation is to occur, unless so specified by WCAA.
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DEMOLITION AND REMOVALS
C.
Removal of the following items to be salvaged by CONTRACTOR for the WCAA:
1. Tagged and designated electrical equipment located in the switch gear room. (See
photos below)
Photo 1: Switch gear room located on south end of Hangar 2
Photo 2: Tagged electrical equipment
Photo 3: Designated electrical equipment for WCAA
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SECTION 02223 - 5
DEMOLITION AND REMOVALS
2. Gear/pulley skid operator assemblies on bay doors 3, 4, and 8. (See photos below)
Location of operator to be salvage
Cables and electrical box not to be saved for WCAA
D.
Demolish using mechanical means all structures in a safe, efficient and proper manner in
accordance with CONTRACTOR’s Demolition/Dismantling Plan. All demolition is to occur in a
controlled manner.
E.
Utilize water during demolition to minimize dust.
F.
Segregate ferrous and nonferrous metals for recycling.
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DEMOLITION AND REMOVALS
2.
Sort metal to be recycled by type and grade.
3.
Load for recycling.
G.
Segregate wood, glass and other demolition debris. Stockpile for prompt loading and off-Site
disposal. Do not allow stockpiled debris to remain on-Site. Do not bury materials on the Site.
H.
Furnish WCAA copies of all weigh scale tickets from receiving mill/recycling facility as required.
I.
Load transportation vehicles in a safe manner. Do not overload vehicles. Do not load vehicles in
a manner that allows material to extend out of the truck bed.
J.
Broom sweep exterior truck surfaces after loading to remove excess debris.
K.
All trucks must be inspected by DESIGNER prior to leaving the Site.
L.
Maintain good housekeeping throughout demolition operations. Do not allow for accumulated
dirt or debris on-Site. Maintain equipment to sweep road surfaces. DESIGNER will stop work if
good housekeeping and dust control methods are judged inadequate.
M.
Upon WCAA approval, completely remove building slab, footings, foundations, tunnels and
associated pits, and other below grade structures. WCAA approved concrete can be crushed on
Site and used as fill if elected by WCAA.
N.
Remove all pavements, sidewalks and other man-made above grade improvements outside of
building footprint as designated by WCAA.
O.
At the end of each day's work, leave Site in a safe and secure condition so that no part is in
danger of toppling or falling.
P.
Remove materials as work progresses. Upon completion of work, leave areas in clean condition.
Q.
If the WCAA decides to have the building slabs remain, care must be exercised by CONTRACTOR
during performance of the work to minimize any damage to the structural integrity of the slab.
R.
Use hydraulic hammer to break floors of the pits, sumps and trenches as directed by DESIGNER.
S.
Blasting will not be permitted.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 02223 - 7
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SECTION 02226
UTILITY DECOMMISSIONING
PART 1
1.1
GENERAL
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Decommissioning of existing Site utilities including water distribution piping and equipment,
natural gas distribution piping, electrical power, transmission, and distribution systems.
B.
Removal of existing surface features including asphalt and concrete paving sidewalk and curbs
to provide access to below grade structures and piping.
C.
Protection of existing structures and utilities to remain.
1.2
PROGRESS SUBMITTALS
A.
Code Compliance: Submit copies of all required permits and inspection certificates or other
code compliance documents obtained by CONTRACTOR from the utility authorities, prior to
commencing decommissioning activities.
B.
Decommissioning Plan: Prior to mobilization to Site, submit Decommissioning Plan to
DESIGNER for review.
1.3
A.
1.4
REFERENCES
WCAA General Terms and Conditions.
DEFINITIONS
A.
Associated Piping and Appurtenances: Piping and appurtenances (e.g., valves, collars, meters)
directly or indirectly attached to or formerly attached to or adjacent to a tank. Associated
piping may be above or below ground surface.
B.
Clean Soil: Excavated soils and sediments which are inert and free of unacceptable
contamination and which are suitable for reuse.
C.
Contaminated Soil: Soils and sediments which are contaminated based on regulatory criteria,
visual inspection, sampling and analysis or field screening.
D.
SMDD: Standard Maximum Dry Density and in the context of this Section means the maximum
dry unit weight determined in accordance with ASTM D1557.
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SECTION 02226- 1
UTILITY DECOMMISSIONING
1.5
A.
1.6
QUALIFICATIONS
CONTRACTOR must provide qualifications, experience, and licenses of company specializing in
preforming Work of this Section for approval by WCAA.
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
A.
Conform to applicable code for demolition of structures, safety of adjacent structures, dust
control, runoff control, and disposal.
B.
Obtain required permits from utility authorities.
C.
Notify affected utility companies before starting work and comply with their requirements.
D.
Do not close or obstruct roadways, sidewalks, hydrants or valves without permits.
PART 2
PRODUCTS (NOT USED)
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Prior to commencement of the Work at the Site, inspect the Site with DESIGNER to review and
establish the condition of surface features including existing roads, parking areas, buildings,
wells, trees and other plants, grassed areas, fencing, service poles, wires, paving, and survey
bench marks or monuments on or adjacent to the Site which may be affected by the Work. This
inventory shall be mutually agreed between DESIGNER and CONTRACTOR and shall not
thereafter be subject to dispute. Such inventory as may be amended, from time to time, will be
used by DESIGNER to check compliance by CONTRACTOR with the requirements of the General
Terms and Conditions.
B.
Provide ongoing review, inspection, and attendance during performance of the Work to
properly document conditions. Promptly inform DESIGNER of any existing condition at the Site
affected by the Work which may require restoration, repair, or replacement. Do not cover up
any of the Work without review by the DESIGNER.
C.
Maintain and protect existing Site structures and facilities from damage which may be affected
by the Work while work is in progress. Repair or replace damage resulting from the Work to
DESIGNER's satisfaction.
D.
Field verify exact locations of all utilities and appurtenances to be decommissioned.
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E.
Verify that utilities to be decommissioned are not in operation, all electrical components have
been de-energized.
F.
Ensure utilities have been properly isolated from those sections that are to remain in service.
3.2
EXISTING CONDITIONS
A.
Perimeter drainage and storm water systems shall remain and be protected during demolition.
B.
Maintain and protect the fire main to the plan north of building along with the water main to
the plan south of Hangar 2.
C.
The identified 1.5" water main line running to the landfill building must be maintained and
protected during the Work.
D.
Catch basins outside of the building footprint are to remain in place and be protected.
3.3
UTILITY DECOMMISSIONING GENERAL
A.
Excavate as required for decommissioning purposes.
B.
Saw cut on limits of asphalt pavement to be removed, full depth.
C.
Saw cut on limits of concrete slabs for utility removal, minimum 3 inch depth.
D.
Break up and remove existing asphalt, concrete and pavement.
E.
All below slab utilities shall be completely removed if shown in the Design Documents to be
removed.
F.
All below grade sanitary, storm or water mains identified by WCAA/DESIGNER in Design
Documents or any unknown utility connections that may be encountered during
decommissioning activities shall all be removed from the exterior of the building to the nearest
manhole or mainline that is designated to remain in service.
G.
All abandoned penetrations into manhole or catch basin structures shall be removed and
associated structures shall be properly repaired to water tight condition with means and
methods appropriate for material of construction. Repair methods shall be submitted to the
WCAA/DESIGNER for review and approval prior to use.
H.
All abandoned blind tap penetrations into sewer mains shall be capped or plugged to a water
tight condition using means and methods appropriate for material of construction. Cap and plug
methods shall be submitted to WCAA/DESIGNER for review and approval prior to use.
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SECTION 02226- 3
UTILITY DECOMMISSIONING
I.
If required, temporarily disconnect and cap designated mechanical services in accordance with
requirements of the local authority having jurisdiction. Natural gas supply lines shall be
temporarily removed or disconnected by qualified tradesmen in accordance with gas company’s
instructions. If required, temporarily remove and/or cap sewer and water lines to prevent
leakage.
J.
All roof and floor drains are to be cut and capped if building slab is to remain in place.
K.
Maintain active or energized utilities traversing the premises throughout the project, unless
designated for removal. Complete temporary relocation of lines [if required] by qualified
tradespersons in accordance with the utility company requirements.
L.
Temporarily cut and cap pipes and conduits which run into designated demolition areas.
M.
At the end of each day's work, leave Site in a safe and secure condition so that no part is in
danger of toppling or falling and unauthorized admittance is prohibited.
N.
Remove materials as work progresses. Upon completion of Work, leave areas in clean
condition.
O.
CONTRACTOR shall provide surveyed locations and depths for bulkheads and below grade
utilities that are exposed during the Work and left in place.
3.4
DECOMMISSIONING – WATER DISTRIBUTION PIPING AND EQUIPMENT
A.
Main Supply Feed: excavate and disconnect from main supply feed as indicated, cap and
bulkhead main.
B.
Valves: excavate and remove all valve operators, accurately record locations of abandoned
valves on Record Drawings.
C.
Hydrants: remove vertical riser to a minimum depth of 2 feet below finished grade.
D.
Bulkheads: excavate, cut piping and install bulkheads at locations as identified by
WCAA/DESIGNER. Water main caps or bulkheads shall be installed in accordance with
applicable standards and typical work practice for water distribution piping. Caps and bulkheads
shall be water tight and suitable for operating pressure of the main line. Bulkheads for tunnels
shall be of inorganic nature (concrete, brick, block and mortar) tied to the existing wall and of
the sufficient structural integrity for compaction of the backfill. Cut, cap, and bulkhead repair
methods shall be submitted to the WCAA/DESIGNER for review prior to use.
E.
Valve Chambers: Remove valve and operator, remove internal piping, construct bulkheads at
piping openings, excavate and remove chamber top slab, frame and cover to a minimum depth
of 2 feet below finished grade, fill remainder of chamber with lean mix concrete using tremie
methods.
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UTILITY DECOMMISSIONING
F.
3.5
Backfill excavations in accordance with Section 2200 – Site Restoration.
DECOMMISSIONING – NATURAL GAS DISTRIBUTION PIPING
A.
Gas line connections must be confirmed by CONTRACTOR prior to any work.
B.
Main Supply Feed: Locate and close all valves as required in order to terminate natural gas
supply to piping to be decommissioned as indicated.
C.
Purge and inert piping and equipment in accordance with DTE/MICHCON specifications.
D.
Excavate at valves and disconnect piping from valves, cap all piping to remain in place and
extract all piping using mechanical methods.
E.
All high pressure gas lines connected to the building are to be purged, cut and capped at the 4"
high pressure main.
F.
Excavate and remove all piping, valves and appurtenances as identified by WCAA/DESIGNER.
G.
Backfill excavations in accordance with Section 2200 – Site Restoration.
3.6
DECOMMISSIONING – ELECTRICAL POWER, TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION
A.
Ensure all components are de-energized prior to commencing decommissioning activities.
Coordinate with power authority.
B.
Remove all oils and electrical components as indicated.
C.
Return electrical meters to power authority as required.
3.7
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A
DESIGNER or his subcontractor will perform tests in the field and in the laboratory on samples
of uncompacted and compacted fill to determine if materials meet specification except as
otherwise specified. Copies of test reports will be supplied to CONTRACTOR on request.
B.
Frequency of Testing: At least 1 density test and 1 moisture content determination for each
tank or each shift.
C.
Method of Testing:
1.
Maximum Dry Density of Backfill: Determined in the laboratory in accordance with
ASTM D1557.
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SECTION 02226- 5
UTILITY DECOMMISSIONING
2.
Bulk Wet Density of Backfill: determined in the field in accordance with ASTM D2922.
3.
Moisture Content of Backfill in place: determined in accordance with ASTM D3017.
END OF SECTION
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Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION 02226- 6
UTILITY DECOMMISSIONING
SECTION 02232
CFC AND REFRIGERANT REMOVAL
PART 1
1.1
GENERAL
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Refrigerant recovery, storage, handling, and transport.
B.
Refrigerant oil recovery and handling.
C.
Refrigerant equipment disposal.
1.2
REFERENCES
A.
WCAA General Terms and Conditions.
B.
United States Federal Government.
1.
Section 608 of the Clean Air Act, 1990, as amended (CAA): refrigerant recycling
requirements.
2.
29 CFR Parts 1910 and 1926 - Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Standards, Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances.
3.
40 CFR, Protection of Environment.
a. Part 82 – Protection of Stratospheric Ozone.
b. Part 260 – Hazardous Waste Management System: General.
c. Part 261 – Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste.
d. Part 262 – Standards Applicable to Generators of Hazardous Waste.
e. Part 266 – Standards for the Management of Specific Hazardous Wastes and Specific
Types of Hazardous Waste Management Facilities.
f.
Part 279 – Used Oils (Used Refrigerant Oils).
4.
49 CFR Parts 100 – 180: Hazardous Materials Transportation Regulations.
5.
"Final Rule Summary: Complying with the Section 608 Refrigerant Recycling Rule," (EPA
430-F-95-117, Revision 1) U.S. EPA, Office of Air and Radiation Stratospheric Protection
Division, August 1995.
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Solicitation No. 140078
SECTION 02232 - 1
CFC AND REFRIGERANT REMOVAL
C.
American Society of Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigerating Engineers (ASHRAE):
1.
Standard 15 - Safety Standard for Refrigeration Systems.
2.
Standard 34 - Designation and Safety Classification of Refrigerants.
3.
Standard 147 - Reducing the Release of Halogenated Refrigerants from Refrigerating
and Air-Conditioning Equipment and Systems.
D.
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute (ARI) Guideline K - Containers for Recovered
Fluorocarbon Refrigerants.
E.
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
F.
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).
G.
Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).
1.3
A.
1.4
DEFINITIONS
CFC's and refrigerant gases: include chlorinated- fluorocarbons and other related gases used as
refrigerants in air conditioning units, water coolers, cooling units within machinery control
panels, refrigerators, heat exchangers and other equipment.
PROGRESS SUBMITTALS
A.
Technician Certification: Within 7 calendar days of commencing work, provide to DESIGNER
proof of required federal certification for all technicians performing work with refrigerants and
refrigerant equipment.
B.
Inventory of Recycling and Recovery Equipment: Within 7 days of commencing work, provide to
DESIGNER an inventory of all recycling and recovery equipment to be used during removal
activities, including required equipment certifications.
C.
Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan: Within 7 days of commencing work, submit to DESIGNER for
review, a detailed plan for recovery, recycling, storage, and transport of CFCs and refrigerants.
The plan shall include written procedures, schedules, and CONTRACTOR drawings, as applicable,
to address equipment requiring removal. Include anticipated health and safety procedures and
equipment.
1.5
A.
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
Obtain required permits from appropriate authorities.
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B.
Comply with applicable federal, State of Michigan, and local rules and regulations.
C.
All equipment dismantled on-Site prior to disposal must have any refrigerant recovered in
accordance with USEPA requirements.
D.
Use procedures that maximize recycling of ozone-depleting compounds (including CFCs and
HCFCs).
E.
Obtain and provide to DESIGNER certification for recycling and recovery equipment, technicians,
and reclaimers.
F.
Technicians must provide documentation demonstrating federal certification to the proper level
prior to performing any activity with CFCs or refrigerants. The proper level must be determined
according to the EPA standards outlined below.
Type of Equipment Serviced
Level of Certification Required
Small appliances (<5 lbs)
High and very-high pressure appliances
Low pressure appliances
All types
Type I
Type II
Type III
Universal*
* Type IV Universal does not include motor vehicles
Individuals who purchase, handle, or transport refrigerant shall have at least Type I certification.
G.
CONTRACTOR must clearly label each piece of equipment as being "refrigerant-free" or "CFCfree" following refrigerant recovery.
H.
Conform to procedures and applicable regulations when hazardous or contaminated materials
are present.
1.6
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
Maximize recovery and recycling of CFCs and other refrigerants. Do not vent such compounds
into the atmosphere.
B.
Comply with requirements of CONTRACTOR's approved Spill Prevention and Pollution Control
Plan.
C.
Comply with ASHRAE Standard 147.
1.7
A.
SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING
Notify DESIGNER 7 calendar days prior to commencement of removal activities.
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B.
CONTRACTOR must attend coordination meeting with DESIGNER prior to initiation of removal
activities. Meeting to be conducted by DESIGNER and minutes taken to document discussions.
C.
Schedule work to coordinate with activities of WCAA, other contractors, and CONTRACTOR's
own activities.
1.8
A.
1.9
A.
1.10
A.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Perform work of this Section in accordance with CONTRACTOR's Decommissioning/Cleaning
Plan.
EXISTING CONDITIONS
Equipment containing refrigerant gases is located throughout the facility.
QUALIFICATIONS
Technicians must verify that they meet federal certification training and testing requirements as
outlined in Article 1.5 of this Specification.
PART 2
2.1
PRODUCTS
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS
A.
Recovery and recycling equipment manufactured on or after November 15, 1993, must be
tested by an approved third party, which is a USEPA-approved testing organization, to ensure
that it meets USEPA requirements.
B.
CONTRACTOR must register recycling and recovery equipment with the appropriate USEPA
office.
C.
CONTRACTOR must provide certification for recycling and recovery equipment to be used during
CFC and refrigerant removal activities.
D.
Equipment Labeling.
1.
Label each certified recycling and recovery unit in accordance with USEPA requirements.
The label should be similar to the following:
THIS EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN CERTIFIED BY (approved equipment testing organization)
TO MEET EPA's MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR RECYCLING OR RECOVERY EQUIPMENT
INTENDED FOR USE WITH (appropriate category of appliance).
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2.
The label must show the date of manufacture and, if applicable, the equipment's serial
number. The label should be readily visible or accessible, be made of material expected
to last, remain legible through the equipment's lifetime, and be affixed so that it cannot
be removed from the equipment without damage to the label.
E.
Recovery and recycling equipment manufactured before November 15, 1993, including
homemade equipment, will be grandfathered if it meets the first column of Table 1 attached at
the end of this Specification. Third party testing is not required.
F.
Low-loss fittings must be used on equipment manufactured on or after November 15, 1993.
G.
CONTRACTOR shall service and maintain recovery and recycling equipment in accordance with
manufacturer's recommendations.
H.
Leak-test each piece of recovery equipment every six months or per local regulations to ensure
all units must meet the USEPA mandated evacuation levels.
I.
Provide written proof of maintenance and leak testing activity (i.e. maintenance logs).
PART 3
3.1
A.
3.2
EXECUTION
EXAMINATION
Verify information provided to CONTRACTOR by others regarding condition or status of use of
CFC-containing and refrigerant equipment.
PREPARATION
A.
Disconnect electrical current to unit.
B.
Provide, erect, and maintain temporary barriers to protect WCAA's operations.
C.
Identify to DESIGNER the evacuated refrigerant temporary storage or warehouse area.
D.
Obtain appropriate storage cylinders, drums, and/or tanks supplied by an authorized refrigerant
contractor.
E.
Label all recovery cylinders, drums, and tanks with a refrigerant identification label for the type
of refrigerant that it will contain. Color-code all recovery tanks as required by law: yellow top,
gray body. Do not accept any exchange or new tanks that are not color-coded or have an
expired retest date.
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3.3
A.
3.4
VENTING RESTRICTIONS
CONTRACTOR must not knowingly vent ozone-depleting compounds used as refrigerants into
the atmosphere during removal activities. Releases of ozone-depleting compounds are
permitted by the USEPA only as outlined below:
1.
"De minimis" quantities of refrigerant released in the course of making good faith
efforts to recapture and recycle or safely dispose of refrigerant.
2.
Refrigerants emitted during the normal course of operation of equipment. Substantial
leaks must be repaired.
3.
Releases of CFCs or HCFCs that are not used as refrigerants. Mixtures of nitrogen and R22 that are used as holding charges or as leak test gases since the ozone-depleting
compound is not used as a refrigerant. The CONTRACTOR may not avoid recovering
refrigerant by adding nitrogen to a charged system; before nitrogen is added the system
must be evacuated to the appropriate level as shown in Table 1 attached at the end of
this Specification. Pure CFCs or HCFCs released from appliances will be considered
refrigerants.
4.
Small releases of refrigerant which result from purging hoses or from connecting or
disconnecting hoses.
CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE
A.
Refrigerant shall not be mixed.
B.
Remove and dispose of recovery/recycling filters when changing refrigerants.
C.
Properly label refrigerant tanks in accordance with ARI Guideline K and USEPA requirements.
D.
Recover residual refrigerant from the service gauge set and hoses after each service procedure,
have a gauge set for each type of refrigerant.
E.
Properly prepare recovery/recycling equipment to receive each refrigerant per manufacturer's
specifications.
F.
Properly prepare the recovery cylinder to receive each refrigerant per manufacturer's
specifications. This includes completely removing the residual refrigerant remaining in the
cylinder. Before changing refrigerant types, draw a vacuum to assure all possibility of
contaminants in the refrigerant are removed.
3.5
A.
REFRIGERANT RECOVERY
Evacuate refrigerants and oils contaminated with CFCs to established vacuum levels. Use
certified recovery or recycling equipment.
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CFC AND REFRIGERANT REMOVAL
1.
If CONTRACTOR is using recycling and recovery equipment manufactured before
November 15, 1993, comply with vacuum levels in the first column of Table 1.
2.
If CONTRACTOR is using recycling and recovery equipment manufactured on or after
November 15, 1993, comply with vacuum levels in the second column of Table 1.
3.
For small appliances (less than 5 pounds), evacuation levels are as follows
(CONTRACTOR to provide proof of recovery to DESIGNER):
a. For "grandfathered" recovery equipment, recover 80 percent.
b. For new recovery equipment when the compressor is not working, recover 80
percent.
c. For all appliances, evacuate to 4 inches of mercury vacuum.
4.
Refer to Article 3.10 of this Specification for used refrigerant oil handling.
B.
Transfer evacuated refrigerant to appropriate labeled recovery tanks/storage containers
supplied by a refrigerant contractor. Segregate refrigerant types.
C.
If, due to leaks, the levels in Table 1 are not attainable or would substantially contaminate the
refrigerant being recovered, the CONTRACTOR must:
1.
Isolate leaking from non-leaking components, if possible.
2.
Evacuate non-leaking components to the levels in Table 1 attached at the end of this
Specification.
3.
Evacuate leaking components to the lowest level attainable without significantly
contaminating the refrigerant.
D.
Label each piece of equipment evacuated of refrigerant.
E.
Deliver all storage containers of evacuated refrigerants to the designated waste storage area.
Store refrigerants in accordance with Article 3.6 of this Specification.
3.6
REFRIGERANT STORAGE
A.
Ensure all containers are properly labeled.
B.
Store refrigerants in compliance with all NFPA codes and standards and local codes and
standards.
C.
Do not store over 300 pounds of refrigerant in a mechanical equipment room as defined by
ASHRAE Standard 15, NFPA or local jurisdictions.
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D.
Secure refrigerants stored in any room to limit access to certified technicians only and store in
accordance with all local codes and standards. Refer to ASHRAE Standards 15 and 34.
E.
Ensure adequate ventilation for storage in non-mechanical rooms and ensure refrigerant
sensors are installed. Follow ASHRAE Standard 15 calculations.
F.
Preferred storage is in a large volume ground level warehouse type location within a securely
fenced, locked area. Calculate volume of largest refrigerant container versus room volume.
G.
Segregate evacuated refrigerants by type.
3.7
A.
3.8
RECOVERED REFRIGERANT HANDLING
Handle refrigerant that has been recovered from a system according to the options proposed by
CONTRACTOR and as approved by WCAA.
REFRIGERANT TRANSPORT AND SHIPPING
A.
CONTRACTOR is responsible for container integrity at all times and for preparing and properly
labeling the recovery cylinders, drums, and tanks.
B.
Comply with DOT regulations.
C.
Comply with ARI Guideline K. Specifically, ensure that all cylinders for recovered refrigerants be
painted gray with the top shoulder portion painted yellow and that proper identification
appears on the label.
D.
Comply with specific State of Michigan and local guidelines.
E.
Securely and carefully transport containers to prevent abrasion of painted surfaces and avoid
destruction of automatic shut-off mechanisms.
F.
Complete a bill of lading for any shipment of used refrigerants.
3.9
A.
REFRIGERANT EQUIPMENT SALVAGE
Salvage refrigerant equipment in accordance with Section 02223 – Demolition and Removals.
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3.10
A.
USED REFRIGERANT OIL HANDLING
General.
1.
Used refrigerant oil is not considered hazardous waste provided that the used oil is
recycled, the refrigerant is reclaimed, and the used oil has not been mixed with any
hazardous wastes.
2.
Used oils that contain CFCs after the CFC reclamation process are subject to regulatory
limits if these oils are to be incinerated or otherwise burned.
3.
Used refrigerant oil that is disposed of is subject to RCRA hazardous waste regulations.
4.
Used oil with a PCB concentration of 50 parts per million or greater must be managed as
TSCA waste.
B.
Label containers used for refrigerant oil recovery with "Used Oil – May Contain CFCs".
C.
DESIGNER will arrange for used oils to be tested for the following: flash point; F001 and F002
listed solvents, and total halogens, arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, and PCBs. Mix recovered
refrigerant oil and other used oils only as permitted by 40 CFR Part 279, RCRA, TSCA regulations,
and as approved by DESIGNER.
D.
Do not mix used oil with any other chemical substances.
E.
Used oil containers must be labeled with "USED OIL" and must be sound, free of cracks and
holes, and otherwise non-leaking.
F.
Recycle used oil, whenever possible, at an approved, licensed used oil reclamation facility.
TABLE 1
Inches of Mercury Vacuum*
Using Equipment Manufactured:
Type of Appliance
Before Nov. 15, 1993
On or After Nov. 15, 1993
HCFC-22 Appliance**
Normally containing less
than 200 pounds of Refrigerant
0
0
HCFC-22 Appliance**
Normally containing 200 pounds
or more of Refrigerant
4
10
Other High-Pressure Appliance**
Normally containing less than
200 pounds of Refrigerant
4
10
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(CFC-12, -500, -114)
Other High-Pressure Appliance**
4
15
0
0
25
25 mm Hg absolute
Normally containing 200 pounds
or more of Refrigerant
(CFC-12, -500, -114)
Very High-Pressure Appliance
(CFC-13, -503)
Low-High Pressure Appliance
(CFC-11, HCFC-123)
Note:
* Relative to Standard Atmospheric Pressure of 29.9 Hg.
** Or Isolated Component of such an Appliance.
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SECTION 02233
LIGHTING REMOVAL
PART 1
1.1
GENERAL
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Removal of all types of lighting fixtures as described.
B.
Removal of fluorescent, mercury, and high-intensity discharge light ballasts.
1.2
REFERENCES
A.
WCAA General Terms and Conditions.
B.
Section 02120 – Waste Management.
1.3
A.
1.4
A.
1.5
A.
DEFINITIONS
Lighting: All electrical fixtures interior and exterior lights on structures to be demolished.
Fixtures vary by type and include fluorescent, incandescent, mercury vapor and high-intensity
discharge lamps.
PROGRESS SUBMITTALS
Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan: Prior to mobilization to Site, submit a decommissioning and
removal plan to DESIGNER for review. The plan shall include written procedures, schedules, and
CONTRACTOR drawings, as applicable. Describe means and methods for the removal, handling,
packaging, and labeling of lighting fixtures including lamps (bulbs), and light ballasts. Include all
applicable safety requirements to access fixtures.
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
Applicable federal, State of Michigan, and local rules and regulations.
1.
2.
1.6
A.
40 CFR 761 – Disposal of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs).
40 CFR 273 – Standards for Universal Waste Management.
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
Do not spill, leak, or otherwise release materials from work areas.
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B.
1.7
A.
1.8
A.
1.9
A.
Maintain spill containment controls set forth in 40 CFR 761.65 pending disposal of PCB ballasts.
SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING
Schedule work to coordinate with activities of WCAA, other contractors, and CONTRACTOR's
own activities.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Perform work of this Section in accordance with CONTRACTOR's Decommissioning/Cleaning
Plan.
EXISTING CONDITIONS
Light fixtures are located throughout the facility and at various elevations.
PART 2
PRODUCTS (NOT USED)
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.1
A.
3.2
A.
3.3
EXAMINATION
Verify existing conditions prior to starting work.
PREPARATION
Identify date of removal on drum and comply with all other applicable labeling requirements for
each waste stream.
LIGHTING REMOVAL
A.
Remove all fluorescent, incandescent, mercury vapor and high intensity lamps from fixtures.
B.
Remove fixture and disassemble.
C.
Segregate lamps by type, size and/or length.
D.
Package light bulbs, mercury vapor bulbs fluorescent light tubes and high intensity lamps in
cardboard boxes acceptable to the disposal or recycling facility.
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E.
3.4
Label containers in accordance with applicable requirements for Universal Waste.
FLUORESCENT LIGHT BALLASTS REMOVAL
A.
Remove all fluorescent light ballasts from fixtures. Assume all ballasts to be PCB-containing.
B.
Examine mercury vapor and high intensity discharge lamps fixtures for the presence of ballasts
or condensers that may contain PCBs. Assume all ballasts and condensers to be PCB-containing.
C.
Containerize and store all fluorescent light ballasts and condensers in DOT-approved 55-gallon
drums in accordance with 40 CFR 761.65.
D.
Identify the date of removal on drum and comply with all other marking requirements of
40 CFR 761.40 for disposal in accordance with applicable regulations.
E.
Transport drums/container to the temporary storage area.
3.5
A.
WASTE RECYCLING/DISPOSAL
Recycle/dispose of wastes generated in accordance with Section 02120 – Waste Management.
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SECTION 02234
REMOVAL OF MERCURY DEVICES
PART 1
1.1
A.
1.3
GENERAL
SECTION INCLUDES
Removal of mercury devices.
REFERENCES
A.
WCAA General Terms and Conditions.
B.
Section 02120 – Waste Management.
1.4
A.
1.5
A.
1.6
A.
DEFINITIONS
Mercury Containing Devices: include mercoid switches, thermometers and other mercury
containing metering equipment.
PROGRESS SUBMITTALS
Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan: Prior to mobilization to Site, submit a decommissioning and
removal plan to DESIGNER for review. The plan shall include written procedures, schedules, and
CONTRACTOR drawings, as applicable, to address the removal, handling, interim transportation
and disposal of all mercury-containing devices.
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
Applicable federal, State of Michigan, and local rules and regulations.
1.
1.7
40 CFR 273 – Standards for Universal Waste Management.
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
Conform to procedures and applicable regulations when hazardous or contaminated materials
are present.
B.
Comply with the requirements of CONTRACTOR's approved Site-Specific Health and Safety Plan,
Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan and Spill Prevention and Pollution Control Plan.
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1.8
A.
1.9
A.
1.10
A.
SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING
Schedule Work to coordinate with activities of WCAA, other contractors, and CONTRACTOR's
own activities.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Perform Work of this Section in accordance with CONTRACTOR's Decommissioning/Cleaning
Plan.
EXISTING CONDITIONS
Mercury-containing devices are located throughout the facility on natural gas lines, wall
thermostats, thermometers and the Suprotex Deluge Sprinkler System.
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PRODUCTS (NOT USED)
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.1
A.
3.2
EXAMINATION
Verify that an adequate supply of containers is ready to receive the anticipated quantity of
devices scheduled for removal.
PREPARATION
A.
Assemble proper tooling and collection equipment.
B.
Provide adequate lighting to support removal activities.
3.3
REMOVAL ACTIVITIES
A.
Remove the mercury-containing device as applicable. Assess each device for damage or leaks.
B.
Inspect the Suprotex Deluge Sprinkler System located on columns A1, A8, A13, A20, A27, A32,
A39, A45 A50 and A57. Details may be found on the Albert Kahn Site Condition Drawing 14E.
Locate and remove all mercury-containing devices.
C.
If the mercury-containing device is not damaged or leaking, place the device in a sealable, nonleaking plastic container. If the mercury-containing device is damaged or leaking, place the
entire device in a sealable, non-leaking plastic container.
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D.
Remove any mercury-containing buildup from the inside of the device, surrounding equipment,
or flooring using suitable recovery equipment including vacuums. Place the debris in a sealable,
non-leaking plastic container. Dispose of the entire device, if necessary.
E.
Transport mercury-containing devices into a 5 gallon pail with lid containing sand or other
absorbent materials during interim collection and transportation to waste storage pad.
F.
Label all containers prior to or at the time of removal in accordance with applicable regulations.
Label recyclable devices in accordance with applicable requirements for Universal Waste.
Containers with mercury sludges or residue waste destined for disposal should be identified as
D009 hazardous waste.
G.
All mercury contaminated materials, including personal protection equipment, should be
containerized and stored to satisfy State of Michigan regulations and policies. All mercury
contaminated materials and sealable, non-leaking plastic containers containing mercury should
be placed in secondary, sealable, non-leaking containers approved for Department of
Transportation shipment. Label all containers appropriately and in compliance with regulatory
requirements.
3.4
A.
WASTE RECYCLING/DISPOSAL
Recycle/dispose of waste generated in accordance with Section 02120 – Waste Management.
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SECTION 02235
BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT REMOVAL
PART 1
1.1
GENERAL
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Removal and storage of lead-acid, nickel-cadmium, gold, dry cell, flashlight, lantern, lithium, and
other special purpose batteries.
B.
Removal of all electrical equipment
1.2
A.
1.3
A.
1.4
A.
1.5
REFERENCES
Section 02120 – Waste Management.
PROGRESS SUBMITTALS
Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan: Prior to mobilization to Site, submit a decommissioning and
removal plan to DESIGNER for review. The plan shall include written procedures, schedules, and
CONTRACTOR drawings, as applicable, to address the removal, handling, interim transportation
and disposal of batteries and electrical equipment.
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
Applicable federal, State of Michigan, and local rules and regulations.
1.
40 CFR 273 – Standards for Universal Waste Management.
2.
10 CFR Part 31 and 32, as applicable.
3.
Regulatory Issue Summary 2006-25.
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
Conform to procedures and applicable regulations when hazardous or contaminated materials
are present.
B.
Comply with the requirements of CONTRACTOR's approved Site-Specific Health and Safety Plan,
Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan and Spill Prevention and Pollution Control Plan.
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1.6
A.
1.7
A.
1.8
SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING
Schedule Work to coordinate with activities of WCAA, other contractors, and CONTRACTOR's
own activities.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Perform Work of this Section in accordance with CONTRACTOR's Decommissioning/Cleaning
Plan.
EXISTING CONDITIONS
A.
Batteries and electrical equipment are located throughout the facility.
B.
WCAA reserves the right to recover decommissioned electrical equipment, including
transformers.
PART 2
PRODUCTS (NOT USED)
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.1
A.
3.2
A.
3.3
EXAMINATION
Verify that an adequate supply of containers is ready to receive the anticipated quantity of
devices scheduled for removal.
PREPARATION
Maintain appropriate spill response equipment for leaking batteries.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT REMOVAL AND STORAGE
A.
Identify all batteries and electrical equipment scheduled for removal.
B.
Remove and place batteries and electrical equipment in properly labeled containers and
transport them to the temporary storage area for subsequent disposal or for off-Site transport
to an authorized recycling facility or supplier. Use extreme care to avoid breakage.
C.
Separate batteries by type (lead-acid, Ni-Cd, etc.) in the temporary storage area. Do not store
lead-acid batteries in the same container with other battery types. Protect terminals during
handling and packaging.
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D.
3.4
A.
Label all containers prior to or at the time of removal in accordance with applicable regulations.
1.
Label recyclable battery devices in accordance with applicable requirements for
Universal Waste.
2.
Label lead-acid battery containers destined for disposal as D002, D008 hazardous waste.
WASTE RECYCLING/DISPOSAL
Recycle/dispose of waste generated in accordance with Section 02120 – Waste Management.
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SECTION 02238
CHEMICAL SWEEP
PART 1
1.1
A.
1.2
A.
1.3
A.
1.4
A.
1.5
A.
1.6
A.
1.7
GENERAL
SECTION INCLUDES
Collection and packaging of products, chemicals and others wastes located throughout the Site
including but not limited to industrial wastes, fertilizers, pesticides, maintenance/cleaning
products, unused oils and lubricants, paint and paint products, unused lubricants, biocides, silica
containing products, treatment chemicals, and laboratory chemicals.
REFERENCES
WCAA General Terms and Conditions.
DEFINITIONS
Miscellaneous containers: includes cans, bottles, drums, bags, boxes or other receptacles that,
when inspected, are found to contain products, chemicals or other wastes in any volume.
PROGRESS SUBMITTALS
Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan: Submit a Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan to DESIGNER for
review. The Decommissioning/Cleaning Plan shall include written procedures and schedules, as
applicable, to address the collection of miscellaneous chemicals remaining from operation and
maintenance activities at the Site. Include health and safety procedures required for safe
removal, on-Site transportation and storage.
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
Applicable federal, State of Michigan, and local rules and regulations.
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
Comply with requirements of CONTRACTOR's approved Spill Prevention and Pollution Control
Plan.
SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING
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A.
1.8
A.
1.9
A.
Schedule Work to coordinate with activities of WCAA, other contractors, and CONTRACTOR's
own activities.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Perform Work of this Section in accordance with CONTRACTOR's Decommissioning/Cleaning
Plan.
EXISTING CONDITIONS
Miscellaneous containers are located throughout the facility.
PART 2
PRODUCTS (NOT USED)
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Verify the location and type of unused or off-specification product remaining at the Site.
B.
Obtain SDS sheets for each chemical, or identify products for which no SDS sheet is available.
C.
Determine proper handling and packaging requirements for each product.
D.
Verify that the temporary storage area is prepared to receive the anticipated quantity of
product scheduled for removal.
3.2
PREPARATION
A.
Obtain the appropriate storage containers for the products, chemicals or other wastes to be
removed. CONTRACTOR will provide all containers for disposal or reuse of the items.
B.
Mobilize appropriate spill response measures or equipment.
C.
Identify disposal or reuse options for each product, chemical or waste. Notify DESIGNER of the
name, location, and phone number of vendors accepting the return of any product for reuse. If
no reuse options are available, and facilities are unwilling to accept the product for reuse, notify
DESIGNER in advance of the type and quantity of chemical, product or waste so that profiling,
packaging, and disposal arrangements can be made.
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3.3
REMOVAL ACTIVITIES
A.
Assess each container with product, chemical or other waste for damage or leaks. Determine
the appropriate container for disposal or reuse. If product, chemical or other waste is contained
within piping or equipment decommission in accordance with Section 02141 – Piping and
Equipment Draining and Cleaning.
B.
If a container is damaged or leaking, place the entire device in a sealable, non-leaking plastic
container.
C.
CONTRACTOR shall select containers based on the waste characteristics including, but not
limited, corrosivity, reactivity, and toxicity.
D.
Conduct compatibility testing as necessary. Place only compatible materials in the same
disposal container.
E.
Clean and decontaminate surrounding contaminated flooring, satellite hazardous waste
accumulation areas, and central hazardous waste storage as indicated by DESIGNER.
F.
Label all containers in accordance with applicable regulations prior to or at the time of removal
to the temporary interim storage area.
3.4
CHEMICAL DISPOSITION
A.
Return any unused or off-specification chemicals to the supplier.
B.
If waste items cannot be returned to the supplier, they shall be disposed in accordance with
Section 02120 – Waste Management.
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SECTION 02315
EXCAVATION
PART 1
1.1
A.
1.2
A.
1.3
A.
1.4
A.
1.5
A.
PART 2
GENERAL
SECTION INCLUDES
Excavating earthen materials for removal of building volume below grade, pits, tunnels, tanks
and other items. Excavating to remove concrete surface slab on-grade, subsurface footings,
foundations, existing tunnel systems and other structures upon WCAA's approval.
REFERENCES
WCAA General Terms and Conditions.
PROJECT CONDITIONS
Verify that survey bench mark and intended elevations for the Work are as indicated.
CLASSIFICATION OF MATERIALS
Earth: All material not classified as rock or rubble, includes: clay, silt, sand, gravel, hardpan,
disintegrated shale and rock debris, junk, brick, rubble, loose stones, and boulders less than
1/3 cubic yards in volume.
SUBMITTALS
Excavation Plan: 7 days prior to mobilization to the Site, submit a detailed Excavation Plan
demonstrating compliance with specified requirements to DESIGNER for review. Include
written procedures, schedules, and drawings as applicable and, at a minimum, address each
of the following items:
1.
Methods and procedures which will be used to perform excavation.
2.
Sequencing and scheduling of excavation and backfilling in excavation areas.
3.
Sloping of excavation faces and slope stability issues.
4.
Show areas excavation and lines for saw cutting pavement.
PRODUCTS (NOT USED)
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3.1
EXECUTION
PREPARATION
A.
Identify required lines, levels, contours, and datum locations.
B.
Contact “Miss Dig” or an underground utility marking subcontractor to identify, locate, and mark
any utilities prior to any excavating.
C.
Locate, identify and protect utilities that are to remain as indicated by WCAA/DESIGNER.
3.2
EXCAVATING - GENERAL
A.
Saw cut existing paving necessary for the excavation on neat lines in accordance to Excavation
Plan. Excavate as necessary for the demolition and removal of those structures included in the
Scope of Work. Take care that areas of pavement not designated to be removed are not
damaged.
B.
If any pavement or floor is "undercut" from excavation, saw cut and remove paving or
flooring to area where there is firm support. Extent or additional saw cutting must be
approved by WCAA.
C.
Apply necessary moisture to the construction area and haul roads to prevent the spread
of dust. Following excavation and grading on this project the CONTRACTOR shall be
responsible for disposing of excess material from the project to a location designated by
the WCAA.
D.
In the event that any unsuitable bearing material is encountered in excavation, bring to the
attention of the WCAA, or his representative. A determination will be made prior to the Works
continuance. If unsuitable bearing subgrade conditions were caused by the CONTRACTOR's
operations at the Site, then the cost of reestablishing suitable bearing conditions shall be at the
expense of the CONTRACTOR and as directed by the WCAA. If unsuitable bearing conditions are
a natural occurrence the extra cost shall be paid by the WCAA.
E.
Provide temporary drainage facilities to prevent damage when necessary to interrupt natural
drainage or flow of artificial drains.
F.
Use special care when excavating under and around existing facilities and structures.
Prevent settlement of existing structures which may result from excavating.
G.
Notify DESIGNER of unexpected subsurface conditions and discontinue work in area until
notified to resume work.
H.
CONTRACTOR may reuse any excavated material that conforms to the specification for backfill.
I.
If requested by WCAA, CONTRACTOR shall excavate and remove, in their entirety, the Hangar 2
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building slab, all subsurface footings and foundations, and other structures including the
trench system and associated pits. All subsurface concrete is to be removed.
J.
If requested by WCAA, CONTRACTOR is to remove all exterior man-made improvements within
the property boundary, including but not limited to, light poles and pedestals, pavement,
sidewalks, parking barriers, etc.
K.
Remove excess excavated material from Site.
3.3
EXCAVATING CONTAMINATED SOILS
A.
Excavate soils to depths and dimensions as directed by WCAA.
B.
Stockpile potentially clean overburden soil in area designated on Site for confirmatory testing by
DESIGNER or their subcontractor for later use as backfill material if it is confirmed to be clean.
C.
Identify contaminated areas by survey stakes. Excavate each area identified to be contaminated
and remove soil, sediments, and other solid materials determined to be contaminated.
D.
Whenever possible, load contaminated excavated materials directly into haulage units
permitted for transport of hazardous waste. Material may be temporarily staged prior to
loading. Develop staging areas to prevent contact between clean and contaminated materials.
Perform loading to minimize contamination of the exterior of haulage units and the loading
area. Measures to minimize contamination shall include draping the sides of the haulage unit
with polyethylene sheeting. After loading, remove the polyethylene sheeting from the sides of
the haulage unit and place within the haulage unit.
E.
Perform excavation in such a manner that only the excavation bucket and boom contact
contaminated materials.
F.
Upon completion of the Excavation Plan, WCAA will obtain confirmatory soil samples from the
base and sidewalls of the excavation.
G.
Keep limits of excavation undisturbed and free of loose, soft, or organic matter.
H.
Maintain excavation depth tolerances. Unless directed by WCAA, excavation in excess of
specified limits shall be considered over-excavation.
I.
Where directed by WCAA, stage moist or wet material in a temporary stockpile and allow to
drain prior to loading for off-Site disposal. Contain drained water and store in designated
storage tank. Dispose of water off-Site in accordance with Section 02120 - Waste Management.
J.
Keep excavations open until directed to be backfilled by WCAA pending receipt and review of
analytical results of samples collected from the excavated surface. Following receipt of
analytical results, WCAA may direct CONTRACTOR to horizontally extend the limits of the
excavation, excavate an additional depth of soil, or commence backfilling. For the duration of
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an open excavation, maintain the excavation free from water and adequately mark the open
excavation with temporary fencing to restrict access until the excavation is properly backfilled.
K.
Schedule excavation activities in such a manner that access is available to any excavation area
for additional excavation as directed by WCAA. In returning to an area for additional excavation,
comply with previously specified access route restrictions. Make due allowance in scheduling
excavation activities for time required for sample collection and analysis and for analytical
results to be forwarded to WCAA. Allow for a laboratory turnaround time of 7 working days
(not including weekends or holidays) commencing on the day following sample collection.
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SECTION 16010
GENERAL ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
PART ONE - GENERAL
RELATED DOCUMENTS
The work under this specification is subject to all of the Contract Documents and WCAA General Terms and
Conditions that apply to the entire Work.
SUMMARY
Extent of Work by this Section of Specifications is applicable to all subsequent Sections of Division 16.
Provide all labor, material, equipment and services and perform all operations required for the complete
electrical installation and all related Work as required by the Contract Documents.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Codes
Install all materials and equipment in strict accordance with the latest edition of the National Electrical Code,
the National Safety Code, the National Fire Protection Association, and all governing national and local codes
and authorities. When Contract Documents indicate higher quality materials or method than the minimum
required by the regulatory agencies, comply with the required Contract Documents. Additionally, the
installation shall be in accordance with the governing rules and regulations of the Federal Aviation
Administration, the Federal Communications Commission, Wayne County, and the City of Ypsilanti and all
local governing boards having jurisdiction and shall meet all the standards and requirements of the WCAA.
Materials
Provide all materials in the Electrical Work herein specified unless others specified, and suited to the use
intended; listed by the Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc., meeting their requirements, and bearing their label
whenever standards have been established and label service is regularly furnished by that agency.
Rules of Wayne County Airport Authority (WCAA): Comply with the required construction standards of the
WCAA. Before submitting a bid, check with each authority having jurisdiction over the Project, and determine
from them all standards and other methods of constructions which they will require to be incorporated in this
installation, and figure the cost of the same in the bid. No extra payments will be made for the installation of
such items, except in cases where the requirements of the governing codes may change after the bid has
been submitted.
SUBMITTALS
All submittals shall be in accordance with the general provisions of these specifications. Shop Drawings,
Product Data, Wiring Diagrams, Riser Diagrams, Manuals, Instructions, and Spare Parts List: Refer to
appropriate Division 16 Sections for specific submittals. All submittals shall be in accordance with the
general provisions of these specifications.
PROJECT RECORD DOCUMENTS
Using the installation drawings, keep an accurate record during construction of all underground and
concealed conduit and all deviations and/or construction changes in the Electrical Work. Refer to the general
provisions of these specifications for requirements regarding form and submittal of Project Record
Documents.
In addition, the record documents shall include but not be limited to the following:
The location of all equipment, outlets, fixtures, junction boxes, etc., as installed.
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Conduit runs shown in their relative locations with size and number of wires within.
Complete detailed riser diagrams for power, aircraft warning lights and any special system.
Miscellaneous wiring diagrams for all special systems and equipment.
CERTIFICATION
Where indicated in Division 16, provide required certification statements or labels in triplicate, from the
manufacturers and/or installers, prior to product delivery to the Site, attesting that the materials, fixtures, and
equipment meet the Specification requirements.
Certified equipment shall have been regularly manufactured by the manufacturer for a minimum period of two
(2) years prior to the date of issuance of the Bidding Documents for the Project.
RECEIPTS AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
Refer to general provisions of these specifications, regarding receipts for portable and detachable parts, and
operation and maintenance information.
Retain until the completion of the Work, all portable and detachable portions of the installation such as tool
kits, instruction books, wiring diagram, service annuals, switch operating handles, keys, etc.
Transfer all items to the WCAA when the Work has been approved and accepted, and obtain an itemized
receipt.
Identify wiring diagrams, instruction books, and service manuals clearly as to which piece of equipment they
apply and the equipment location.
Return to the WCAA, in good condition, all tools and tool kits supplied by manufacturers for installation or
adjustment of their equipment. Replace any missing parts; clearly identify special tools supplied for pieces of
equipment with that equipment.
Attach copies of all receipts obtained for the return or delivery of articles to the request for final adjustment
and payments.
SCOPE OF WORK
The following brief description under this heading generally outlines the principal items of Work, material and
equipment and is not intended to limit the amount of Work. Perform all Work as shown on Design
Documents and as specified in the Specifications. Items include:
Replace primary fuses at the 15kV switchgear to protect the new distribution
transformer.
Splice underground medium voltage cable in existing manhole to feed new
distribution transformer.
Furnishing and installation of the 112.5kVA, 13.2kV:480/277V distribution transformer to serve oil
water separator and retention pond electrical equipment.
Splice new 3-#3/0 UF & 1-#2 Bare conductors to the existing oil water separator circuit from the load
side of new distribution transformer. Install metallic tape one foot below grade above underground
cable installations.
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Underground raceways, excavation, backfilling, etc.
Furnishing and installation of 200A safety switch fused at 125A.
Install handholes at either end of Hangar 2 to intercept the fiber optic and gate power cable/conduit
system. Splice to new cable and conduit to be routed outside the hangar parallel to the southern
wall.
Branch aircraft warning light circuits in a temporary fashion on top of Hangar 2.
Complete testing of all systems and equipment.
Conduit, conduit fittings, supports, fuses, wire, cables, connectors insulating bushings, solder, tape,
etc. required for a complete electrical installation.
Work, equipment and materials as shown on the Design Documents, mentioned in the
Specifications, and as required to make a complete satisfactory job, complete with all code
requirements.
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Sub 3AI:
13.2kV∆, alternating current, three-phase, from the Utility.
EQUIPMENT APPROVAL
All equipment to be furnished shall fit in the space allocated, with sufficient access space to allow proper
operation, service of the equipment and to meet all code requirements. Include all costs of modification and
adaptation required by any equipment proposed for a substitution.
PROTECTION AND HANDLING OF EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
Protect all materials and equipment provided under this portion of the Work after delivery, and before and
after installation. Protect against pilferage, dampness and damage from all causes until the Work is
accepted by the WCAA.
EXAMINATION OF PREMISES
Examine the premises before submitting a quotation in order to determine the conditions under which the
Work is to be performed. Ascertain and check all conditions which may affect the Work, such as location
and depth of existing services, existing ditches, poles, ground elevations, conditions in existing building
where work is to be performed, including utilities, structural and physical clearances, and the like. No
allowance will subsequently be made for extra expense due to failure or neglect to make such examination.
Check existing equipment which must be connected to verify voltage and other items which may affect the
Work; check type of existing control system so that new system components will be compatible with existing
system, and verify that space provided for new equipment is adequate for equipment to be provided under
the Contract.
COOPERATION WITH OTHER TRADES
Prior to proceeding with installation of the Work, check with other trades and the Design Documents to avoid
interference. In case of interference, consult with the WCAA who will decide which trades may occupy each
space.
PERMITS
Take out all required in connection with the Work of Division 16, arrange for all necessary inspections by
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local or state laws, and pay all fees and expenses in connection therewith.
PART TWO - PRODUCTS
FUSES
Fuses and Fuse Holders in General
See the Design Documents for the type and size of the medium and low voltage fuses to be used in this
project.
PART THREE - EXECUTION
GENERAL
Consult Design Documents, field layouts of other trades as appropriate and all related shop drawings and
install the electrical system complete so that its component parts function together as a workable system with
all accessories necessary for its operation.
EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS
Make connections to equipment, fixtures, etc., in accordance with the shop drawings and rough-in
measurements furnished by the manufacturers of particular equipment provided. Total number of services
required may vary slightly above or below number shown on Design Documents, but install such services as
part of the project at no additional cost.
CUTTING AND PATCHING
Engage workmen skilled in the trade involved for all cutting and patching in connection with the Electrical
Work. Patch and restore areas to the satisfaction of the DESIGNER, consistent with the conditions of the
surfaces prior to the cutting and patching.
DAMAGE TO ADJACENT WORK
Repair all damage to adjacent surfaces caused by Work or workmen of Division 16, using and paying for
workmen skilled in each trade involved.
CLEANING
Thoroughly brush galvanized surfaces and wipe with clean rags and solvent to remove all dirt, oil and grease.
Clean and polish factory finished equipment. Clean and polish lighting fixtures including lens, reflectors and
trim. Upon completion, thoroughly clean the entire installation and remove all rubbish.
WORKMANSHIP
Where exact locations and arrangements of installation are not shown in full detail on the Design Documents,
obtain such information from the DESIGNER. Replace or repair, at no additional cost to the WCAA, any
Work installed in error, or any equipment damaged, due to failure to comply with this requirement, or any
Work installed contrary to the advice or approval given. Repair or replace damaged equipment in such a
manner to match existing Work. Immediately notify DESIGNER in writing all interferences occurring during
the construction period that were unforeseeable in correlation and coordination meetings.
CONCRETE WORK FOR ELECTRICAL WORK
Provide concrete work including concrete, forming, pouring and reinforcing for underground duct banks,
equipment foundations at grade as specified elsewhere.
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Where foundation or pad is not shown, for equipment to be provided as part of the Electrical Work, provide
foundation dimensions, size of foundation bolts, methods of setting, aligning and anchoring of equipment as
approved by the DESIGNER. Make minimum height of four (4) inches above finished grade elevation and
extend outer edges six (6) inches minimum beyond equipment outer dimensions. Submit shop drawings for
each pad for approval.
Provide foundation bolts, sleeves, washers, nuts, and templates to locate position of bolts. Make sleeves of
steel pipe, finish flush with top of rough concrete for anchorage and make embedded ends of bolts hooked.
EQUIPMENT IDENTIFICATION
Identify all panels, etc., as approved in accordance with the identification markings shown on the Design
Documents and/or as directed. Identify equipment with suitably sized engraved plastic laminate phenolic
tags/labels; black background with white lettering.
For each component of equipment, unless otherwise specified, securely attach a plate with manufacturer's
name and catalog number on it or stamp or cast into the body of the of the items the name and catalog
number of the equipment.
INSPECTION
Refer again to the Conditions of the Contract regarding DESIGNER's Project site visits, observations and
inspections of the Work and Project Representative. Materials used and Work done shall, at all stages, be
subject to observation by the DESIGNER, who shall observe quality, fitness and acceptability of the Work
and materials, but such observation shall not relieve the contractor of any obligations to furnish materials and
equipment and perform Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. Replace or repair defective
material, equipment, or Work regardless of previous inspections, before final acceptance.
STRUCTURAL INTERFERENCES
Should any structural interferences or location and arrangement of WCAA's equipment prevent the
installation of outlets, setting of cabinets, running conduit, etc., at points shown on Design Documents, the
necessary deviations therefrom, as determined, must be made without additional cost.
INTERRUPTION OF SERVICE AND ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Perform any interruption of service at a time approved in advance by the WCAA's DESIGNER so as not to
interfere with the present building operations.
FINAL OCCUPANCY INSPECTION
Final electrical inspection is required by the local inspection authority. Secure all final inspection permits on
completion of Work. Attach such permits to request for final payment.
FINAL CLEANING AND ADJUSTMENTS
Perform final cleaning of electrical and similar work and leave the equipment in proper adjustment and
operating condition.
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SECTION 16115
PRIMARY CABLE AND ACCESSORIES
PART ONE - GENERAL
RELATED DOCUMENTS
Design Documents and general provisions of the Contract including the WCAA's General Terms and
Conditions that apply to work specified in this section.
SUMMARY
Extent of primary cable and accessories work is indicated by Design Documents and by requirements of this
section. Provide primary cable and accessories as required, and all materials and equipment, including wire
and cable, connectors and lugs, splicing and terminating kits and identification, as indicated or specified.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Source of Quality Control
Furnish wire and cable on which standard factory tests established by ASTM, ANSI, AEIC, ICEA and NEMA
have been performed and which will meet the requirements of governing utility specifications.
UL Compliance
Provide primary cable and accessories which are UL listed and labeled.
SUBMITTALS
Product Data
Submit product data for each type and size of wire and cable. Identify material, construction data, insulation
thickness, jacket thickness, suitability for application intended, factory impulse test value and manufacturer's
recommendations for items specified.
Test Data
Submit test data for wire and cable as specified under "Quality Assurance" upon request of DESIGNER. Do
not install wire and cable for which test data has been requested until test data is approved.
DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
Wire and Cable
Deliver all wire and cable to the Site on reels, plainly marked for complete identification, including wire or
cable size, number of conductors, type of wire or cable, length, weight, thickness and character of insulation
and the name of the manufacturer.
PART TWO - PRODUCTS
MANUFACTURERS
Wire and Cable:
Anaconda
Okonite
Phelps Dodge
Pirelli
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WIRE AND CABLE
15 kV Rated Cables Insulated with Ethylene Propylene Rubber for Power Distribution in Conduit and
Underground Ducts
Single conductor cable, rated 15 kV, consisting of soft annealed bare copper Class B stranded conductors,
extruded semi-conducting ethylene propylene rubber (EPR) screen over the conductors, EPR insulation,
extruded semi-conducting EPR insulation screen over the insulation, outer conductor wires (1/3, full
concentric neutral) over semi-conducting EPR and PVC overall jacket. The cable shall be rated 90οC, with
100 percent, 133 percent insulation level. Cable assembly method, insulation, electrical characteristics,
conductor operating temperature and test voltages shall comply with ICEA Standard S-68-516. Jacket thickness and electrical characteristics shall comply with ICEA Standard S-61-402.
CONNECTORS FOR SPLICING COPPER CONDUCTORS
Connectors for Straight Splicing Conductors
Solderless compression 2-way type.
Thomas & Betts 54500 Series
Burndy Type YS-L
LUGS FOR TERMINATING COPPER CONDUCTORS
Solderless compression type, one hole for sizes through No. 4/0 AWG, and two hole for larger sizes.
Burndy YA-L
Thomas & Betts Series 54000
STRESS CONES
Preformed, indoor type, rated 15 kV complete with manufacturers kit.
Joslyn
3M
MISCELLANEOUS
Banding Tape:
3M Company "Scotch Brand 27"
Lubricating Compound:
Ideal 77 Yellow or Wire Lube
Aluminum Joint Compound:
Burndy "Penetrox A"
Thomas & Betts No. 21059
PART THREE - EXECUTION
INSTALLATION
General
Determine and procure correct length of cable from field measurements. Do not determine the length of
cable from dimensional Design Documents. Install wiring in raceway systems, as indicated and as specified
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except where exposed wiring is indicated or specified. Install wiring only in completed raceway systems and
when systems are protected from the weather. Install conductors continuous, without splices, between
equipment, where possible. Continuously lubricate all non-armored cables of the larger sizes at the pull-in
point of conduit systems with a lubricating compound compatible with conductor insulation or jacket.
Install conductors in such a manner that the bending radius of any wire or cable is not less than the minimum
recommended by ICEA, AEIC, or the manufacturer. In pulling cables, do not exceed the manufacturer's
recommended values for maximum pulling tension using woven wire grips or pulling eyes. Provide sufficient
slack for expansion and contraction of the cables.
In Underground Duct Systems
Brush and swab the duct line before pulling cables. Use flexible cable feeders of an appropriate size to lead
the cable from the reel into the duct mouth. Fireproof each cable at exposed locations in handhole as
follows:
Install not less than 4 layers of arc-proofing tape, two layers half-lapped, in one direction. Terminate
fireproofing approximately 1/2 inch from the duct face to permit inspection of the cable at the duct
entrance and to prevent the fireproofing from interfering with the expansion and contraction of the
cable.
In applying tape snug the tape by twisting the tape with the hand. Where steep inclines are caused
by changes in cable diameters, such as at splices, apply tape in a stairstep manner by increasing the
lapping of the tape as required to maintain a minimum thickness of 4 layers. Increase lapping
around cable bends to avoid decreasing the thickness below minimum on the outside of the cable
bend.
Band the arc-proofing tape with 1/2 inch wide pressure-sensitive fiber glass cloth banding tape, at
intervals not exceeding 12 inches on centers. Construct bands of not less than six turns of banding
tape so applied that not more than three turns are in contact with the elastomer backing of the arcproofing tape.
Splices and Terminations
Splice and terminate conductors with connectors and lugs as specified for the specific size and type of
conductor. Terminate shielded cables with stress cones. Continue shields through splices and ground
shields at splices and at terminations. Do not splice cables except where cable lengths are limited by
maximum reel capacity or anticipated pulling tension. Do not splice direct burial cable underground. Indent
all compression type connectors and lugs with tools as recommended by the connector or lug manufacturer.
Do not open cable prior to splicing or terminating unless unavoidable, and do not make splices or
terminations if exposed to damp or inclement weather, except when prior approval has been obtained from
the WCAA and a cable splicer's tent or other approved means of protection is employed. Pull the cables and
overlap sufficiently at cable ends to provide undamaged cable for splicing and/or termination. Pull the cables
to be spliced so that the ends overlap at least 5 feet. Pull the cables to be terminated in a pothead so that its
end overlaps the pothead arm by at least 2 feet. Train or rack cables into their final positions as shown on
Design Documents before cutting any cable. Cut cables to be spliced so that they butt squarely at the
centerline of the splice. Once a cable is opened, proceed with the Work immediately and continue
uninterrupted until the splice or termination is completed, including any sealing or resealing required.
Thoroughly clean wire ends before connectors or lugs are applied. Whenever copper lugs are terminated on
aluminum bus, use a Belleville washer and two tin or cadmium plated washers, one on each side, in
combination with aluminum joint compound on all contacting surfaces. Tighten bolts until Belleville washer is
flat.
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SECTION 16455
UNDERGROUND ELECTRICAL SERVICE
PART ONE - GENERAL
RELATED DOCUMENTS
Design Documents and general provisions of the Contract including the WCAA's General Terms and
Conditions that apply to work specified in this section.
SUMMARY
Extent of underground work is indicated by Design Documents and by requirements of this Section. Provide
all materials and equipment for below grade work as required, and furnish and install all equipment and
material, including underground duct banks, direct burial conduit, handholes and concrete work for electrical
work, as indicated or specified.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
ANSI Compliance: Comply with requirements of ANSI C2, "National Electrical Safety Code", pertaining to
construction and installation of manholes and handholes.
SUBMITTALS
Shop Drawings
Submit shop drawings for approval and include complete data on each item. Coordinate the items, as they
relate to the Work, prior to submittal. Include the following in Shop Drawings:
Underground duct
Frames and lids for handholes.
PART TWO – PRODUCTS
UNDERGROUND DUCT-CONCRETE ENCASED
Plastic Conduit
Rigid PVC conduit, Type EB-35 in standard lengths with tapered ends and matching solvent-weld type
couplings.
Carlon
Olin
Orangeburg Standard
Triangle
DIRECT BURIAL CONDUIT
Plastic Conduit
Rigid PVC conduit, Type EB-35, in standard lengths with tapered ends and matching solvent-weld type
couplings.
Carlon
Olin
Orangeburg Standard
Triangle
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Concrete
Not less than 3000# compressive strength, dyed red.
FRAMES AND LIDS FOR ELECTRICAL AND TELEPHONE CAST-IN-PLACE HANDHOLES
Frame and Lid
Close grained gray cast iron meeting the requirements of the current standard specifications for Gray Iron
Castings (Class 30) ASTM A48. Provide 30 inches diameter minimum opening in the frame with
approximately 10 inches high frame and with a flange of outside diameter not less than 49 inches. Provide
lid designed for heavy traffic with two (2) pentagon head special monel security bolts. Provide two (2)
wrenches for installation and removal of security bolts. Inscribe the word "ELECTRIC" on electric manhole
covers and "TELEPHONE" on telephone manhole covers.
Neenah No. R-1640-C
CABLE RACKS, HOOKS, AND INSULATORS FOR CAST-IN-PLACE PRIMARY DISTRIBUTION MANHOLES AND HANDHOLES
Cable Racks
Heavy duty underground type.
Hubbard No. 2225
Hooks
Heavy duty, to fit racks furnished.
Hubbard No. 2231, No. 2232, or No. 2233
Line Material DU1S1 through DU124
Insulators
White glaze porcelain, to fit hooks furnished.
Hubbard No. 2117, No. 2118, No. 2121, No. 2122, or No. 2123
MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS
Duct Spacers
Preformed interlocking plastic.
Carlon
CertainTeed
PVC Solvent Cement
Carlon
CertainTeed
Backfill Materials
Under Pavement, Slabs, and Structures: Granular material, MDOT Section 8.02.06, Table 8.03-3, Class II or
better.
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Under Open Areas: Satisfactory soil material, ASTM D2487 soil classification groups GW, GP, GM, SM, and
SW.
PART THREE - EXECUTION
INSTALLATION
Excavation
Perform all excavation by the open cut method necessary to permit installation of conduit, cables and other
underground electrical Work. Excavate trenches and pits to minimum dimensions that will permit placing
conduit and other Work and in accordance with the requirements of the most stringent governing authority.
Where underground utilities or tree roots are encountered, do the trenching by hand. Where necessary,
provide shoring and bracing to prevent caving of banks. Provide and maintain required railings, barricades,
covers, warning signs and lights, and other safety devices, while excavations are open.
Backfilling
Backfill and compact with material and method as specified in Section 02200 - Site Restoration for
immediately surrounding or otherwise similar subgrade conditions. Legally dispose of off the WCAA's
property all excavated material not required for backfill.
Restoring Surfaces
Restore, without extra cost to WCAA, street pavements, curbs, and sidewalks that may be opened in
performance of the Work, in a manner prescribed by authorities having jurisdiction.
Cast-In-Place Handholes
Construct handholes using concrete with reinforced roofs, walls and floors as shown on the Design
Documents and in accordance with applicable requirements specified for cast-in-place manholes.
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SECTION 16460
DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMER
PART ONE - GENERAL
RELATED DOCUMENTS
Design Documents and general provisions of the Contract including the WCAA's General Terms and
Conditions that apply to Work specified in this section.
SUMMARY
Extent of transformer work is indicated by Design Documents and by requirements of this section. Provide
oil filled pad mounted distribution transformers with all accessories as indicated or specified.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
NEC Compliance: Comply with applicable portions of NEMA Std. Pub/No.'s TR 1 and TR 27 pertaining to
power/distribution transformers.
UL Compliance: Comply with applicable requirements of ANSI/UL 506; "Safety standard for Specialty Transformers". Provide distribution transformers and components which are UL-listed and labeled.
SUBMITTALS
Product Data: Submit manufacturer's technical product data including rated KVA, frequency, primary and
secondary voltages, percent taps, polarity, impedance and certification of transformer efficiency at indicated
loads, percentage regulation at 100 percent and 80 percent power factor, no-load and full-load losses in
watts, percent impedance, hot spot and average temperature rise above 40° C ambient temperature, sound
level in decibels, and standard published data.
Shop Drawings: Submit manufacturer's certified drawings indicating dimensions, and weight loadings for
transformer installations, showing layouts, mountings and supports.
PART TWO - PRODUCTS
OIL-FILLED PAD MOUNTED DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMER
Provide one (1) compartmental type, self-cooled, weatherproof, high fire-point fluid filled, outdoor type,
tamper-resistant, pad-mounted distribution transformers where shown, rated for 112.5kVA [ONAN], 3-phase,
60 hertz, 4.5 percent impedance, with 13.200∆ volt, 60 KV BIL primary and 480Y/277 volt, 30 KV BIL
secondary with grounded neutral. Provide an externally operable tap changing mechanism for de-energized
operation with two (2) 2-1/2 percent taps above and two (2) 2-1/2 percent taps below normal rated primary
voltage. Equip sealed transformer tank with drain and sampling valves, filter-press connections, magnetic oil
gage with alarm contacts, automatic pressure relief device, ANSI tank grounding provisions, and top-oil dialtype thermometer. Provide steel enclosure with side-hinged, removable weather-resistant cover; with
hinged lift-off cabinet doors capable of locking. Provide interlock arrangement so that the high voltage
fastenings are not accessible until the low voltage door has been opened. Equip with lightning arrestor,
mounting pads, and high voltage/low voltage compartment barrier. Apply manufacturer's standard bluegreen outdoor enamel over cleaned and phosphatized steel enclosure.
Provide dead front type medium voltage terminations and include universal walls or one piece integrated type
dead front bushings for use with elbow terminators and clamp externally.
Arrange low voltage compartment for cabling from below and equip with three line bushings and one insuWayne County Airport Authority
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lated neutral bushing with an externally removable ground strap, all with blade type spade terminals with
NEMA standard hole spacing.
Manufacturers
General Electric
Square-D Company
Eaton/Cutler-Hammer
PART THREE - EXECUTION
INSTALLATION
Install transformer as indicated, on a new concrete pad, complying with manufacturer's written instructions,
applicable requirements of NEC, NEMA, ANSI and IEEE standards, and in accordance with recognized
industry practices to ensure that products fulfill requirements.
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FIBER-OPTIC CABLE RELOCATION
PART ONE - GENERAL
RELATED DOCUMENTS
The Work under this specification is subject to all of the Contract Documents and WCAA General Terms and
Conditions that apply to the entire Work.
SUMMARY
Extent of the fiber-optic system work is indicated by requirements of this section. The testing to be
performed is noted in this section and shall provide the basis of performance of this Contract. These test
results shall be evaluated by the DESIGNER. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for the adjustment of
any equipment failing the tests described herein as specified by the DESIGNER. Safety and other such
precautions shall be the responsibility of this CONTRACTOR during the installation of this equipment and
execution of the tests.
The Work covered under this section of the specifications consists of furnishing project management, all
labor, equipment, supplies and materials, and in performing all operations necessary to reroute the cabling
system in accordance with the specifications and the accompanying documentation and drawings, except
as specifically noted otherwise. The Work shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
Optical fiber cable, hardware, terminals, connectors, splice enclosures, fittings, innerduct, etc.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
The CONTRACTOR shall guarantee all Work against all defects for a period of 15 years from completion
date, as accepted and established by Bid Specifications and shall make any necessary corrections and
adjustments within this period.
The following shall be used as standards for this installation: National Electric Safety Code (NESC),
National Electric Code (NEC), local building and fire codes, Underwriters laboratories (UL), IEEE
Specifications, ANSI/EIA/TIA-526-14A, ANSI/EIA/TIA-526-7, BICSI TDMM & OSP, TIA/EIA 568-A and
TIA/EIA 569-A.
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
The CONTRACTOR or their subcontractor shall provide, install, test, and document the relocation of the
optical fiber cabling. The following items are to be installed to provide a turnkey infrastructure installation:
optical fiber cabling; optical fiber connecting hardware; optical fiber splicing hardware; all hangers and
mounting material; all tie wraps, bushings, and miscellaneous parts; all installation tools and equipment
necessary to complete the installation.
PART TWO - PRODUCTS
ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS
SIECOR (optical fiber and hardware)
MATERIALS
Fiber Optic Connectors
All fiber connectors shall be SC. Fanout kits will be required on all loose tube cables.
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Single Mode Cable
The dispersion unshifted, 12 strand, single-mode fiber utilized in the cable specified herein shall conform
to the following specifications:
Cladding Diameter: 125.0 ± 1.0 µm.
Core-to-Cladding Offset: ≤ 0.8 µm.
Cladding Non-Circularity: ≤ 1.0%.
Defined as:

Minimum Cladding Diameter 
1 −
 × 100
Maximum Cladding Diameter 

Coating Diameter: 245 ± 10 µm.
Colored Fiber Diameter: nominal 250 µm.
Attenuation Uniformity: No point discontinuity greater than 0.10 dB at either 1310 nm or 1550 nm.
Attenuation at the Water Peak: The attenuation at 1383 ± 3 nm shall not exceed 2.1 dB/km.
Cutoff Wavelength: The cabled fiber cutoff wavelength ( λ ccf ) shall be < 1260 nm.
Mode-Field Diameter:
9.30 ± 0.50 µm at 1310 nm
10.50 ± 1.00 µm at 1550 nm.
Zero Dispersion Wavelength (λo): 1301.5 nm ≤ λo ≤ 1321.5 nm.
Zero Dispersion Slope (So): ≤ 0.092 ps/(nm²•km).
Fiber Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD): ≤ 0.5
ps
km .
The coating shall be a dual layered, UV-cured acrylate applied by the fiber manufacturer.
The coating shall be mechanically strippable.
Fiber Specification Parameters
Required Fiber Grade - Maximum Individual Fiber Attenuation
(Single-mode) The maximum dispersion shall be ≤ 3.2 ps/(nmkm) from 1285 nm to 1330 nm and shall be
< 18 ps/(nmkm) at 1550 nm.
All optical fibers shall be proof tested by the fiber manufacturer to a minimum load of 0.7 GN/m
(100 kpsi).
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Specifications for Outdoor Cable Construction
Optical fibers shall be placed inside a loose buffer tube. The nominal outer diameter of the buffer tube
shall be 3.0 mm.
Each buffer tube shall contain 12 fibers.
The fibers shall not adhere to the inside of the buffer tube.
Each fiber shall be distinguishable by means of color coding in accordance with TIA/EIA-598-A, "Optical
Fiber Cable Color Coding."
The fibers shall be colored with ultraviolet (UV) curable inks.
Buffer tubes containing fibers shall be color coded with distinct and recognizable colors in accordance with
TIA/EIA-598-A, "Optical Fiber Cable Color Coding."
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Buffer tube colored stripes shall be inlaid in the tube by means of co-extrusion when required. The
nominal stripe width shall be 1 mm.
For dual layer buffer tube construction cables, standard colors are used for tubes 1 through 12 and stripes
are used to denote tubes 13 through 24. The color sequence applies to tubes containing fibers only, and
shall begin with the first tube. If fillers are required, they shall be placed in the inner layer of the cable.
The tube color sequence shall start from the inside layer and progress outward.
In buffer tubes containing multiple fibers, the colors shall be stable across the specified storage and
operating temperature range and not subject to fading or smearing onto each other or into the gel filling
material. Colors shall not cause fibers to stick together.
The buffer tubes shall be resistant to external forces and shall meet the buffer tube cold bend and
shrinkback requirements of 7 CFR 1755.900.
Fillers may be included in the cable core to lend symmetry to the cable cross-section where needed.
Fillers shall be placed so that they do not interrupt the consecutive positioning of the buffer tubes. In dual
layer cables, any fillers shall be placed in the inner layer. Fillers shall be nominally 3.0 mm in outer
diameter.
The central anti-buckling member shall consist of a dielectric, glass reinforced plastic (GRP) rod. The
purpose of the central member is to prevent buckling of the cable. The GRP rod shall be overcoated with
a black colored thermoplastic when required to achieve dimensional sizing to accommodate buffer
tubes/fillers.
Each buffer tube shall be filled with a non-hygroscopic, non-nutritive to fungus, electrically non-conductive,
homogenous gel. The gel shall be free from dirt and foreign matter. The gel shall be readily removable
with conventional nontoxic solvents.
Buffer tubes shall be stranded around the dielectric central member using the reverse oscillation, or "S-Z",
stranding process. Water blocking yarn(s) shall be applied longitudinally along the central member during
stranding.
Two polyester yarn binders shall be applied contrahelically with sufficient tension to secure each buffer
tube layer to the dielectric central member without crushing the buffer tubes. The binders shall be
non-hygroscopic, non-wicking and dielectric with low shrinkage.
For single layer cables, a water blocking tape shall be applied longitudinally around the outside of the
stranded tubes/fillers. The tape shall be held in place by a single polyester binder yarn. The water
blocking tape shall be non-nutritive to fungus, electrically non-conductive and homogenous. It shall also
be free from dirt and foreign matter.
For dual layer cables, a second (outer) layer of buffer tubes shall be stranded over the original core to
form a two layer core. A water blocking tape shall be applied longitudinally over both the inner and outer
layer with each being held in place with a single polyester binder yarn. The water blocking tape shall be
non-nutritive to fungus, electrically non-conductive and homogenous. It shall also be free from dirt and
foreign matter.
The cable shall contain at least one ripcord under the sheath for easy sheath removal of all-dielectric
cable. The cable shall contain at least one ripcord under the inner sheath and under the steel armor for
armored cable. The ripcord color shall be orange for non-armored sheaths and red for armored sheaths.
Tensile strength shall be provided by dielectric yarns. The high tensile strength dielectric yarns shall be
helically stranded evenly around the cable core.
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Armored cables shall have an inner sheath of MDPE. The minimum nominal jacket thickness of the inner
sheath shall be 1.0 mm. The inner jacket shall be applied directly over the tensile strength members and
water blocking tape. A water blocking tape shall be applied longitudinally around the outside of the inner
jacket. The tape shall be held in place by a single polyester binder yarn. The armor shall be a corrugated
steel tape, plastic-coated on both sides for corrosion resistance, and shall be applied around the outside
of the water blocking tape with an overlapping seam with the corrugations in register. The outer jacket
shall be applied over the corrugated steel tape armor. The outer jacket shall be a MDPE with a minimum
nominal jacket thickness of 1.4 mm. The polyethylene shall contain carbon black to provide ultraviolet
light protection and shall not promote the growth of fungus. See Figure 1.
Figure 1
The MDPE jacket material shall be as defined by ASTM D1248, Type II, Class C and Grades J4, E7 and
E8. The jacket or sheath shall be free of holes, splits, and blisters. The cable jacket shall contain no
metal elements and shall be of a consistent thickness.
Cable jackets shall be marked with manufacturer’s name, sequential meter or foot markings, month and
year, or quarter and year of manufacture, and a telecommunication handset symbol, as required by
Section 350G of the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC). The actual length of the cable shall be
within -0/+1% of the length markings. The print color shall be white, with the exception that cable jackets
containing one or more coextruded white stripes shall be printed in light blue. The height of the marking
shall be approximately 2.5 mm.
The maximum pulling tension shall be 2700 N (608 lbf) during installation (short term) and 890 N (200 lbf)
long term installed.
The shipping, storage, and operating temperature range of the cable shall be –40°C to +70°C. The
installation temperature range of the cable shall be –30°C to +70°C.
General Cable Performance Specifications
When tested in accordance with FOTP-3, "Procedure to Measure Temperature Cycling Effects on Optical
Fibers, Optical Cable, and Other Passive Fiber Optic Components," the change in attenuation at extreme
operational temperatures (-40°C and +70°C) shall not exceed 0.2 dB/km at 1550 nm for single-mode fiber
and 0.5 dB/km at 1300 nm for multimode fiber.
When tested in accordance with FOTP-82, "Fluid Penetration Test for Fluid-Blocked Fiber Optic Cable." a
one meter length of unaged cable shall withstand a one meter static head or equivalent continuous
pressure of water for one hour without leakage through the open cable end.
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When tested in accordance with FOTP-81, "Compound Flow (Drip) Test for Filled Fiber Optic Cable", the
cable shall exhibit no flow (drip or leak) of filling and/or flooding material at 65°C.
When tested in accordance with FOTP-41, "Compressive Loading Resistance of Fiber Optic Cables," the
cable shall withstand a minimum compressive load of 440 N/cm (250 lbf/in) for armored cables and 220
N/cm (125 lbf/in) for non-armored cables applied uniformly over the length of the sample. The load shall
be applied at the rate of 3 mm to 20 mm per minute and maintained for ten minutes. The change in
attenuation shall not exceed 0.4 dB during loading and 0.2 dB after loading at 1550 nm for single-mode
fiber and 1.0 dB during loading and 0.4 dB after loading at 1300 nm for multimode fiber.
When tested in accordance with FOTP-104, "Fiber Optic Cable Cyclic Flexing Test," the cable shall
withstand 25 mechanical flexing cycles around a sheave diameter not greater than 20 times the cable
diameter. The change in attenuation shall not exceed 0.1 dB at 1550 nm for single-mode fiber and 0.3 dB
at 1300 nm for multimode fiber.
When tested in accordance with FOTP-25, "Repeated Impact Testing of Fiber Optic Cables and Cable
Assemblies," the cable shall withstand 25 impact cycles. The change in attenuation shall not exceed
0.2 dB at 1550 nm for single-mode fiber and 0.3 dB at 1300 nm for multimode fiber.
When tested in accordance with FOTP-33, "Fiber Optic Cable Tensile Loading and Bending Test," using a
maximum mandrel and sheave diameter of 560 mm, the cable shall withstand a tensile load of 2700 N
(608 lbf). The change in attenuation shall not exceed 0.2 dB during loading and 0.1 dB after loading at
1550 nm for single-mode fiber and 0.5 dB during loading.
When tested in accordance with FOTP-85, "Fiber Optic Cable Twist Test," a length of cable no greater
than 4 meters shall withstand 10 cycles of mechanical twisting. The change in attenuation shall not
exceed 0.1 dB at 1550 nm for single-mode fiber and 0.2 dB at 1300 nm for multimode fiber.
When tested in accordance with FOTP-181, "Lightning Damage Susceptibility Test for Optic Cables with
Metallic Components," the cable shall withstand a simulated lightning strike with a peak value of the
current pulse equal to 105 kA without loss of fiber continuity. A damped oscillatory test current shall be
used with a maximum time-to-peak value of 15 µs (which corresponds to a minimum frequency of
16.7 kHz) and a maximum frequency of 30 kHz. The time to half-value of the waveform envelope shall be
from 40 - 70 µs.
When tested in accordance with FOTP-37, "Low or High Temperature Bend Test for Fiber Optic Cable",
the cable shall withstand four full turns around a mandrel of ≤ 10 times the cable diameter for nonarmored cables and ≤ 20 times the cable diameter for armored cables after conditioning for four hours at
test temperatures of -30°C and +60°C. Neither the inner or outer surfaces of the jacket shall exhibit visible
cracks, splits, tears or other openings. Optical continuity shall be maintained throughout the test."
Quality Assurance Provision
All cabled optical fibers > 1000 meters in length shall be 100 percent attenuation tested. The attenuation
of each fiber shall be provided with each cable reel. The cable manufacturer shall be ISO 9001
registered.
Packaging
The completed cable shall be packaged for shipment on non-returnable wooden reels. Required cable
lengths shall be stated in the purchase order. Top and bottom ends of the cable shall be available for
testing. Both ends of the cable shall be sealed to prevent the ingress of moisture. Each reel shall have a
weather resistant reel tag attached identifying the reel and cable. The reel tag shall include the following
information:
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Cable number
Shipped cable length in meters
Siecor product number
Date cable was tested
Cable length markings
Top (inside end of cable)
Bottom (outside end of cable)
Gross weight
Job order number
Customer order number
Siecor order number
Item number
The reel (one flange) marking shall include:
"Siecor"
Country of origin (i.e. USA)
An arrow indicating proper direction of roll when handling
Ship to address
Ship to "attention of" notice (when available)
Siecor cable number
Cable length in meters and/or feet
Gross package weight inclusive of cable, reel and protective covering
Customer purchase order (when available)
Fork lift handling illustration
"DO NOT SHIP REEL ON SIDE"
Each cable shall be accompanied by a cable data sheet. The cable data sheet shall include the following
information:
Siecor Cable Number
Siecor Factory Order Number
Alternate Customer
Customer Purchase Order Number
Mark for Information
Maximum Billable Length
Measured Attenuation of Each Fiber
(for lengths > 1000 m)
Siecor Product Number
Customer Name
Customer Cable Number
Alternate Code
Ordered Length
Actual Shipped Length
Bandwidth Specification
(where applicable)
Miscellaneous
At the request of the customer, the cable manufacturer shall provide installation procedures and technical
support concerning the items contained in this specification.
Optical Fiber Connectors
General Considerations
This document covers the specifications and performance for field-installable single-mode ST compatible,
SC and FC connectors.
References
The following documents may be used as references:
EIA/TIA-4750000B Generic Specifications for Fiber Optic Connectors.
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EIA/TIA-455-A Standard Test Procedures for Optical Fibers, Cables, Transducers, Sensors,
Connecting and Terminating Devices, and Other Fiber Optic Components (FOTPs).
TIA/EIA-604-2 Fiber Optic Connector Intermateability Standard, FOCIS-2 (ST Compatible).
TIA/EIA-604-3 Fiber Optic Connector Intermateability Standard, FOCIS-3 (Type SC).
TIA/EIA-604-4 Fiber Optic Connector Intermateability Standard, FOCIS-4 (Type FC).
Connector Characteristics
Installation: Installation on field fiber: The connector shall contain a mechanical splice and require one (1)
tool kit to assemble all three (3) connector types.
Installation rate: The connector shall be installable on 900 µm buffered fiber in one (1) minute or less and
on 3 mm jacketed cable in three (3) minutes or less.
Installation polishing: The connector shall not require polishing of the endface in the field. Connectors shall
have a factory-polished fiber stub in the connector ferrule.
Installation type: The connector installation shall not require the use of epoxies.
Comment: Epoxies add to the consumable cost of each connector and to the overall installation time.
Epoxies also have a limited shelf life.
Fiber protection: The connector’s factory stub fiber shall be secured with epoxy to protect the bare fiber
from the ingress of air or waterborne contaminants and shall secure the fiber in the ferrule micro-hole.
Design Features
Strain relief: The connector shall provide a strain relief mechanism for installation on a single fiber cable
that contains strength elements. The fiber within the body of the connector shall be isolated mechanically
from cable tension, bending and twisting.
Index matching material: The connector shall require index matching material within the splice
components of the connector.
Intermateability: The connector shall be designed in compliance with the appropriate TIA FOCIS
document.
Packaging Requirements
The connector shall be individually packaged in a manner to adequately protect the connector. Each
connector shall be equipped with a protective dust cap that does not contaminate the connector endface.
The packaging shall indicate the supplier part number, connector type, and date of manufacture.
Performance Requirements
Insertion Loss: When tested in accordance with FOTP-171, connectors shall be consistently capable of
insertion losses £ 0.5 dB (typical) and £ 0.70 dB (maximum) when installed in accordance with the
manufacturer’s recommended procedure.
Comment: Individual maximum insertion loss requirements are based on the link loss budget required by
the transmitter-receiver pair, however an insertion loss of 0.70 dB is typically adequate for most systems
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and should be achievable with very low scrap rates and/or rework when procedures are followed.
Reflectance: When tested in accordance with FOTP-107, connectors shall be consistently capable of
reflectance values of £ -50 dB (typical) and £ -40 dB (maximum) when installed in accordance with the
manufacturer’s recommended procedure.
PART THREE - EXECUTION
All installation work shall be done in a neat, high quality manner, and in conformity to federal, state, and
local building codes. Cables shall be placed with sufficient bending radius so as not to kink, shear, or
violate manufacturer bend radius on each optical fiber strand. Cable routes must be field engineered to
avoid obstruction by ducts, other material in the ceiling plenum space. Each fiber optic cable will be
labeled with its own specific cable identifier number and securely marked at each end of the cable.
Fiber Optic Testing and Documentation Procedure
Two (2) basic types of field testing must be completed for the system to be accepted which include:
Optical Fiber Link Performance Testing and Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR) testing.
Procedure end to end attenuation testing: Measure optical link performance (including all optical fiber,
splices and connectors). Testing must be completed on all strands. Testing is to be performed in two (2)
directions, main equipment room to the individual building telecommunication closets and from the
individual building telecommunication closets to the main equipment room. Perform optical link
performance testing at 850 and 1300nm wavelengths specified for multimode fiber. ANSI/TIA/EIA - 526 14A. Perform optical link performance link performance testing at 1310nm wavelength specified for
singlemode fiber. ANSI/TIA/EIA - 526 - 7. Optical link performance testing compares the optical power at
the input of the fiber to the optical power at the output of the fiber. Attenuation is measured in dB. Follow
recommended procedures performed in TIA/EIA 568A standards (Annex H - Optical fiber link
performance testing).
Calculate the attenuation of the fiber in dB unit type comparison of the reference power and the output
power. Record the output power of the remaining fibers in the same manner. Installer will provide an
attenuation logging form. Any runs failing to meet standards must be removed and replaced with runs
which prove in testing to meet the standards. The installation will not be accepted until testing reports
indicate that all runs meet all standards.
OTDR Testing: OTDR testing is required for all strands. The OTDR can be used to evaluate loss per unit
distance (dB/km) if its wavelength is adjusted to match the fiber specification. The minimum testing
required is at 850 nm for multimode fiber and 1310nm for singlemode fiber. Distance can be
approximately measured to: connectors, fiber ends, localized attenuation, localized losses caused by
cable damage are readily apparent, as is fiber uniformity. The OTDR provides documentation to
determine if splices have been performed, if the cable has been damaged and the length of the cable
strand under test end-to-end. Hard copies of the OTDR trace must be provided. Cable length values
from the OTDR tests will be used with the end-to-end attenuation provided in the Insertion Loss Test to
insure the cable strand end-to-end is acceptable.
Consistency of the light launch and receive conditions is critical to performing acceptable measurements.
Any runs failing to meet standards must be removed and replaced with runs which prove in testing to meet
the standards. The installation will not be accepted until testing reports indicate that all runs meet all
standards.
Documentation
Both ends of each cable must bear a secure label which clearly identifies its cable number. The number
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format must be approved by the WCAA prior to the installation. The CONTRACTOR must provide cable
records and fiber cable test results in a hard copy. The records must include at least the following
information about each cable: cable identifier, room and floor, use identification, fiber optic OTDR test
results as specified, fiber optic light source and power meter results as specified.
Warranty
All Work shall be warranted to be free from defects. Any defective materials or workmanship, as well as,
damage to the Work of all trades resulting from same, shall be replaced or repaired as directed for the
duration of stipulated warranty periods. Upon receipt of notification of repair or replacement of defective
materials, the CONTRACTOR must comply within seven (7) business days.
The duration of warranty periods following the date of acceptance of the Work shall be one year unless
otherwise specified. The cabling infrastructure and all associated equipment included as part of the
Bidder’s proposal must be warranted by the Bidder and by the manufacturer to be free of defects in
equipment, software and workmanship for a period of at least one year from the system acceptance.
During the warranty period, any defective components shall be repaired or replaced at no cost to the
WCAA.
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