|Price Adjustment for PCC Pavement Edge Damage|
|Price Adjustment Per Lineal Foot of Damage|
|Damage up to 2 inches in depth or width||Damage greater than 2 inches and up to 4 inches in depth or width||Damage greater than 4 inches and up to 6 inches in depth or width||Damage greater than 6 inches in depth or width|
|$2.50||$5.00||$12.50 *||Patch and $12.50|
|1. Length used to
calculate price adjustment will be determined based upon the length of the
Example - A 20 foot panel has 4 feet of damaged edge. The length of price adjustment will be 20 lineal feet.
|2. Price adjustment for
edge damage at a transverse joint that falls within both adjacent panels will
be calculated based upon the length of both panels.
Example - Edge damage occurs at a transverse joint location in a PCC overlay with 5 foot panel lengths. Length of price adjustment will be 10 feet.
|3. Price adjustment level
for a panel will be based upon the most severe damage in the panel.
Example - Most of the damage within a panel is less than 2 inches in width, but some is between 2 and 4 inches wide. The full panel length will be price adjusted $5.00 per lineal foot.
|4. For damage greater than 6 inches in width or depth, full or partial depth repair will be required in addition to a price adjustment of $12.50 per lineal foot of damage as calculated above.|
|* The Engineer may elect to require partial depth repair (for full depth pavements or thick overlays) or full depth repair (for thin overlays) instead of price adjustment.|
|Note: Contact the Construction Office for recommended repair procedures when patching is required.|
|This price adjustment schedule is intended to be used for pavements with a significant percentage|
|of pavement edge damage. It is not intended for random damage at isolated locations.|