Specifications include, but are not limited to: This work consists of scheduling and monitoring all construction work activities.
The construction schedule is an integral part of the project. The construction
schedule is used as a resource for the Contractor to monitor and manage work
progress. The construction schedule is also used as a resource for the Department
to monitor work progress and as a resource used in time extension determinations
in accordance with Section 8.7 and this specification. The Contractor will ensure
operations are conducted such that the construction schedule is adhered to by all
contracting parties involved regardless of the amount of work subcontracted.
1. Category I: Represents the lowest level of the project ranking system with
simple, low risk, short duration projects with minimal impacts on traffic.
a. Types of projects typically include, but are not limited to, asphalt surface
treatments, crack seals, rumble strip installation, bridge deck overlays,
and other minor repair projects.
b. Construction schedule requirements for Category I projects are written
narrative. The Department will also accept a Bar Chart Method (BCM),
Critical Path Method (CPM), or Linear Schedule Method (LSM).
2. Category II: Represents the medium level of the project ranking system
with slightly complex projects that typically involve a limited number of
linear, repetitive operations with typical project constraints and some traffic
a. Types of projects typically include, but are not limited to, asphalt
concrete resurfacing, grading, shoulder widening, bridge replacement,
concrete pavement repair, major bridge repair projects, and interstate
b. Construction schedule requirements for Category II projects are BCM,
CPM, or LSM.
3. Category III: Represents the highest level of project ranking system with
complex, high risk projects with major impacts on traffic. These projects may
last for more than one construction season.
a. Types of projects typically include, but are not limited to, urban
reconstruction, and interstate interchanges.
b. Construction schedule requirements for Category III projects are CPM