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Diesel Fuel Price Adjustment Special Provision. Summary of New Revisions. Categories. Special Provisions prior to 2/10: Category A - Earthwork Category B - Subbase and Aggregate Base Courses Category C - Flexible Bases, Pavements, & Shoulders

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categories
Categories
  • Special Provisions prior to 2/10:
    • Category A - Earthwork
    • Category B - Subbase and Aggregate Base Courses
    • Category C - Flexible Bases, Pavements, & Shoulders
    • Category D - Rigid Bases, Pavements, & Shoulders
    • Category E - Structures
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Categories
  • New Revisions:
    • Category A split into:
      • Small Excavation - 50,000 to 1,000,000 CY
      • Large Excavation - > 1,000,000 CY
    • Flexible Base Replacement (316), Stone Matrix Asphalt (419), & Manual Bituminous Patching (450) added to Category C
    • Concrete Pavement Patching (516) added to Category D
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Categories
  • New Revisions:
    • ATPB (360) & CTPB (303) moved from Categories C & D (respectively) to Category B
    • Milling (491 & 492) added as new Category F
    • *Notes added to Categories B, C, & D to:
      • Exclude ineligible work items
      • Explain how adjustment will be computed when work is measured & paid for under varying units of measure (e.g. on a “Material Used Basis” or on an “Area Basis”).
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Categories
  • Excluded Work Items:
    • Presplit Blasting items associated with Section 203 (Category A)
    • Cleaning Existing Ditches item associated with Section 204 (Category A)
    • Shoulder Backfill items associated with Sections 654 & 656 (Category C)
    • Patching Joint, New Pavement Joint, & Subbase Material for Concrete Pavement Patching items associated with Section 516 (Category D)
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Categories
  • Items Paid on Material Used Basis:
    • “Coarse Aggregate” and “Bituminous Material” items associated with Cold-Recycled Base Course (Sections 341 & 342)
    • “Coarse Aggregate for . . .” and “Bituminous Material for . . .” items associated with FB-1 Wearing & Binder, Seal Coats, & Surface Treatments (Sections 439, 440, 470, 471, 480, & 481)
      • Adjustment will be computed based on the “Coarse Aggregate” / “Coarse Aggregate for . . .” item quantity only.
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Categories
  • Items Paid on an Area Basis Where Depth is Not Indicated in Item Description:
    • Seal Coats and Surface Treatments (Sections 470, 471, 480, & 481)
      • A depth equal to the maximum allowable size of the type of aggregate used, as specified in Section 703.2, Table C, will be assumed.
fuel usage factors
Fuel Usage Factors
  • Category A
    • Small Excavation: 0.34 gal/CY
    • Large Excavation: 0.25 gal/CY
  • Category B
    • Increased from 0.62 to 0.71 gal/Ton
  • Category C
    • Reduced from 2.98 to 2.00 gal/Ton
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Fuel Usage Factors
  • Category D
    • Increased from 0.98 to 1.77 gal/CY
  • Category E
    • Reduced from 8.00 to 4.00 gal/$1000 of work performed
  • Category F
    • Established at 1.15 gal/CY
conversion factors
Conversion Factors
  • Category B (CY -> Tons)
    • New CF established at 3,240 lbs./CY
  • Category C (SY -> Tons)
    • Reduced from 120 to 110 lbs / inch of depth / SY
  • Category F (SY -> CY)
    • Established 2 inches as average depth for variable depth milling (Sect. 491).
    • Established 1 inch as average depth for profile milling (Sect. 492).
category e structures
Category E Structures
  • Consider all work identified on S-drawing / BPAA-drawing
    • Lump sum item (8xxx-xxxx) with one or more associated items; or
    • Rehab work tabbed as one or more separate contract items
  • Exclude:
    • Fabricated Structural Steel
    • Prestressed Concrete Bridge Beams
    • Bearings & Bearing Pads
    • Design-related work
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Category E Structures
  • Include:
    • Items on S-drawing or BPAA-drawing tabbed as “Roadway Items”; and
    • Removal, Painting & Containment, and Causeways (whether or not tabbed on S-drawing or BPAA-drawing).
  • Value of all applicable Structure work for the project must exceed $1,000,000.
category e example 1
Category E - Example 1
  • A project includes the following contract items:
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Category E - Example 1
  • Item 8600-0007 has the following Component Item Schedule:
category e example 12
Category E - Example 1
  • The value of all Structure work for the project is computed as follows:
    • Retaining Wall (LS) $2,769,000.00
    • Fabricated Structural Steel ($ 872,467.20)
    • Painting Existing Structural Steel $ 100,000.00
    • Containment $ 35,000.00
    • Total Value $2,031,532.80
  • The Total Value of all Structure work exceeds $1,000,000
    • Payments made under the above items, excluding the Fab Steel component item, are subject to price adjustment under Category E.
payment rebate
Payment / Rebate
  • Price Adjustments to be computed on a quarterly basis.
    • Initial adjustment quarter to begin as of the month/year when the first item of applicable work is performed.
    • New adjustment quarters to begin every 3 months thereafter.
  • Quarterly price adjustments amounting to less than $1,000 will be disregarded.
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Payment / Rebate
  • Example:
    • Consider a project that includes items for Class 1 Excavation, Milling, and Superpave HMA Wearing Course.
    • If Class 1 Excavation operation is the first of these items to be initiated and work begins in August 2012:
      • Initial Adjustment Quarter: August thru October 2012
      • New Adjustment Quarters would begin in November 2012, February 2013, May 2013, etc.
implementation
Implementation
  • Revised specification has been approved by FHWA and is to be included in all projects let after February 25, 2010.
  • A revised Excel spreadsheet has been provided by BoCM.