included in the revision of GDOT’s Standard Specifications and supplemented by the Plans, Specifications, and Manual on Uniform Edition, the Supplemental Specifications modifying the Standard. The TIA Manual (Program Management Plan) AECOM Technical Services, Inc. GDOT Utility Accommodation Policy and Standards Manual (UAM) GDOT’s Standard Specifications, Edition, and the Supplemental Specifications. The GDOT Standard Specifications Construction of Transportation Systems, . of Transportation Systems, Edition; Supplemental Specifications Book.
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If there is a conflict between these electronic Specifications and the printed version of the Standard Specifications, the printed version governs.
The Proposal will designate whether the Project was designed and is to be constructed in either English units English project or SI units metric project.
The dimensions, measurements, and requirements stated in the system of units designated in the Proposal are the applicable Specification requirements for the Contract. Text placed in text boxes within a Specification does not imply any greater significance than any other text in the Specification.
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In most cases the measurement in SI units is a “hard” conversion of the English measurement. Pay Item quantities will specificatikn measured in the designated system of units. The English units are expressed first with the SI metric units following in parentheses.
The measurements expressed in the two systems of units are not necessarily equal. That is, the SI metric unit is a rounded, rationalized SI measurement that is easy to work with and remember.
All Contractor submittals shall be prepared in the designated system of units. All commands and references in, or in connection with, these Specifications including all text, related documents, electronic media, graphics, or photographs are written to imply Contractor responsibility for action-unless otherwise specified.