SECTION: 32 16 19 CONCRETE CURBS, GUTTERS AND SIDEWALKS
- UFGS SECTION 32 16 19 CONCRETE CURBS, GUTTERS AND SIDEWALKS
- Quality Assurance: EP 415-1-261, Volume 1
- UFC 3-201-01 CIVIL ENGINEERING
- UFC 3-210-10 LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT, WITH CHANGE 1
- UFC 3-250-03 STANDARD PRACTICE MANUAL FOR FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS
- UFC 3-250-04 STANDARD PRACTICE FOR CONCRETE PAVEMENTS
- UFC 3-250-06 REPAIR OF RIGID PAVEMENTS USING EPOXY RESIN GROUTS, MORTARS AND CONCRETES
- UFC 3-250-07 STANDARD PRACTICE FOR PAVEMENT RECYCLING
- UFC 3-250-08FA STANDARD PRACTICE FOR SEALING JOINTS AND CRACKS IN RIGID AND FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS
- UFC 3-250-09FA AGGREGATE SURFACED ROADS AND AIRFIELDS AREAS
- UFC 3-250-11 SOIL STABILIZATION FOR PAVEMENTS
- UFC 3-260-01 AIRFIELD AND HELIPORT PLANNING AND DESIGN
- UFC 3-260-02 PAVEMENT DESIGN FOR AIRFIELDS
- UFC 3-260-03 AIRFIELD PAVEMENT EVALUATION
- UFC 3-260-05 A MARKING OF ARMY AIRFIELD HELIPORT OPERATIONAL AND MAINTENANCE FACILITIES
- UFC 3-260-17 DUST CONTROL FOR ROADS, AIRFIELDS AND ADJACENT AREAS
- UFC 3-270-01 ASPHALT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR DOD
- UFC 3-270-02 ASPHALT CRACK REPAIR
- UFC 3-270-03 CONCRETE CRACK AND PARTIAL-DEPTH SPALL REPAIR
- UFC 3-270-04 CONCRETE REPAIR
- PCASE Pavement-Transportation Computer Assisted Structural Engineering (PCASE) Software
- JBLM has adopted the APWA Standards and Specifications for Roads and Streets. Reference WSDOT Publication M41-10 Standard Specifications For Road, Bridge and Municipal Construction
1) AASHTO A Policy on the Geometric Design of Highways and Street
- U.S. DOT A Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)
- WSDOT Standard Specifications for Road, Bridge and Municipal Construction - M41-10
- WSDOT Construction - M21-01 Standard Plans for Road, Bridge and Municipal
- WSDOT - M22-01.15 Design Manual
- WSDOT - -M23-03.05 Hydraulics Manual
- WSDOT -M551-02.08 Traffic Manual
- WSDOT - M 22-87.09 Utilities Manual
- WSDOT - M 25-30 Roadside Manual
- WSDOT- M 41-01 Construction Manual
- WSDOT - M 46-01 Materials Manual
- Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) , Section 6002
- Federal Sustainable Acquisition Items/Requirements
- DoD Green Procurement Policy (Aug 27 2004)
- Green Procurement Strategy (Nov 2008)
- Army Green Procurement Policy (Nov 22, 2006)
- Federal Acquisition Regulation, Part 23
- EPA Final Guidance on Environmentally Preferable Purchasing
- HJB Form 225 (JBLM Sustainable Acquisition Exception Form)
- UFC 1-200-2 (High Performance and Sustainable Buildings Requirements)
- ASA IE&E Sustainable Design and Development Policy (Jan 17 2017)
- Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)
- Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT)
- 32 16 19 - concrete curbs, gutters and sidewalks
Changes or Criteria Notes to Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS)
Paragraph # and Title (if any)
Note to Designer
GENERAL ROADWAY DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
- Road and Street Types: Functional classification used to determine roadway geometrics and cross sections including design speed, entering and stopping sight distance, horizontal and vertical curvature, roadway width and grades, etc. shall be established in conjunction with JBLM Public Works. Additional design information may be obtained from UFC 3-201-01 - Civil Engineering, SDDCTEA Pamphlet 55-17 - Better Military Traffic Engineering and A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets as noted above.
- Traffic studies to evaluate composition and volume for projects to be constructed on the JBLM Military Installation, shall be in accordance with Traffic Engineering Studies Reference 2016, SDDCTEA Pamphlet 55-8. The extent of analysis shall be determined in conjunction with JBLM Public Works.
- The appropriate level-of-service (LOS) shall be determined in conjunction with JBLM Public Works.
- Street grade shall conform closely to the natural contour of the land. In some cases a different grade may be required by Public Works. The maximum and minimum allowable grades depend on the functional classification as noted in UFC 3-201-01 Civil Engineering.
Cross Section Elements:
- Cross section elements such as roadway cross slope, lane width and location of parking lanes will be determined in conjunction with the Standard Details, and JBLM Public Works.
- In built-up areas, curbs, combination curbs and gutters, and paved gutters with underground storm drainage systems will be provided along streets and in open storage areas when required to aid in the collection and disposal of surface runoff including snowmelt, to control erosion, to confine traffic, or as required in the extension of existing similar facilities. In open areas, combination curbs and gutters will not be provided along roads except where necessary on steep grades to control drainage and prevent erosion of shoulders and fill slopes.
- Location and extents of shoulders and medians shall be determined in conjunction with JBLM Public Works.
- Design Elements: Sight distance, stopping sight distance, passing sight distance, maximum horizontal curvature, and superelevation and intersection design criteria shall be per AASHTO Green Book, SDDCTEA Manual 55-17 - Better Military Traffic Engineering, and WSDOT Design manual.
- Pavement Design: Design of asphalt concrete and cement concrete pavements shall be based on evaluation of existing conditions, anticipated loadings over the service life, and other relevant requirements. Design methodology shall be based on UFC 3-250-01 - Pavement Design for Roads and Parking Areas and UFC 3-260-02 Pavement Design for Airfields and using PCASE software or other methods as approved by Public Works.
- Walks: At certain isolated locations in open areas, the need for walks may be as great as in built-up areas, especially in the vicinity of shopping centers, schools, industrial plants, and at other similar locations. Minimum walk requirements should be determined on the basis of need, irrespective of type of area, as part of the master plan development. Design criteria for walkways shall be per UFC 3-201-01 Civil Engineering.
- Traffic Control: All traffic control devices shall conform to the "Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices" (M.U.T.C.D.) as published by USDOT.
- Illumination: Illumination and signals where required or requested by Public Works shall be designed according to the relevant Technical Manuals.
Survey Monuments: All existing survey monuments which are disturbed, lost or destroyed during surveying or construction shall be replaced with the proper monument by a land surveyor registered in the State of Washington. The monument types shall be as follows:
Roadway Survey Monument with Case and Cover
A survey monument with cast iron monument case and cover installed per JBLM Public Works Standards is required within the street pavement section (See Detail R-25). The monument case shall be installed after the final course of surfacing has been placed.
Off-Road Survey Monument
A cast-in-place concrete surface monument, with sufficient ferrous metal embedded to allow for detection by a magnetic detection device, installed per JBLM standards is required in off-road locations.(See Detail R-27
Appropriate survey monuments shall be placed as follows:
- At all street intersections;
- At the PI of all horizontal curves;
- At all section corners, quarter corners, and sixteenth corners that fall within the roadway section.
Utility Trenching Across Existing Roadways and Parking Lots:
- The desired method of underground utility crossings of existing roadways or parking lots on JBLM is to jack or bore conduit under the roadway. As of June 01, 2004, there is a moratorium on cutting any road or parking lot for any reason without prior written approval of the Director of Public Works.
- A request to trench across any paved roadway or parking lot must be submitted to the DPW for signature. A sketch and supporting written justification for the need to trench must accompany the request. A dig permit for open trenching across a paved roadway will not be issued without signed permission.
- If approved road cuts shall be a minimum of 8 feet wide and with at least a minimum of 2 feet of new pavement on each side of the trench wall.
Notes to Designers on Drawing Content
- Detailed plans shall be submitted for JBLM Public Works' review which provide the location and type of the proposed roadway system improvements. These plans will be separate from the water and sewer plans.
- All survey control shall be based on the nearest Corps of Engineer's benchmarks. Project plans shall have a horizontal scale of not more than 20 feet to the inch and a vertical scale of 2 feet or 5 feet to the inch depending on topography. Plans shall show:
- Location of streets and existing utilities
- All known existing structures, both above and below ground, which might interfere with the proposed construction, particularly sewer lines, gas mains, storm drains, overhead and underground power lines, and telephone lines and television cables.
- Where minimum values are stated, greater values should be used whenever practical; where maximum values are stated, lesser values should be used where practical. Alternate design standards will be accepted when it can be shown, to the satisfaction of Public Works, that such alternate standards will provide a design equal to or superior to that specified. In evaluating the alternate design, Public Works shall consider appearance, durability, ease of maintenance, public safety and other appropriate factors.
� Accessible Ramp Detail (R-19)
� Cement Concrete Driveway Detail (R-20)
� Expansion, Contraction, and Construction Joint Details (R-07)
� Extruded Curb Detail (R-15)
� Integral Pavement Curb and Gutter Detail (R-13)
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� Precast PCC Curb Bumper and Attachment Detail (R-16)
� Sidewalk Plan and Section (R-18)
� Curb Cuts (R-34)
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