Specifications include, but are not limited to: 1. The contractor shall be required to perform a minimum of 75% of the actual resurfacing paving
work included in the Schedule of Items for each section (9.5mm mix Types I and II, and 12.5mm
Gp II mix, Leveling, and 12.5mm Patching). A maximum of 25% of these items can be sublet to a
qualified subcontractor, see section 1 (General Conditions), item A (Qualifications), item 3 and
item C (Joint Ventures and Sub-Contracting). Contractor must demonstrate successful
experience in placing at least 50,000 tons of surface mix using their own labor and equipment
over the past 5 years, with at least 20,000 tons being on a single project. Subletting of the
additional items (patching, milling, structure adjustment, crack filling, etc.) as well as actual
paving work once the contractor has met or exceeded the quantities in the Schedule of Items for
each Section (9.5mm mix Types I and II, and 12.5mm Gp 2 mix) shall be in accordance with
Section 108.01 of the Standard Specifications of the Georgia Department of Transportation.
2. The contractor shall be required to give a minimum of 24 hours’ notice to Gwinnett County or its
representative before proceeding with paving on any road.
3. The contractor shall be required to provide a work schedule every Thursday during the course of
the resurfacing contract to Gwinnett County or its representative. This paving schedule shall
outline the anticipated work activities planned for the following week and locations in which this
work will take place.
4. Prior to beginning the patching work (or paving work if there is no patching), the Contractor shall
install the appropriate post-mounted road construction signs on each non-residential road they
are resurfacing. These signs will remain in place until approved for removal by theEngineer.
5. Control and testing of materials will be the contractor’s responsibility for all mix provided in
accordance with sections 106, 400, 402 and related special provisions of the Georgia Department
of Transportation Standard Specifications. The cost of such testing shall be included in the unit
price of the material being used, and no additional compensation will be made.