HOT MIX ASPHALT (HMA) PAVEMENT, BASES, AND SUBBASES
8.00 TABLES AND REPORT FORMS
8.01 TABLES FOR BITUMINOUS MATERIALS AND HMA CONSTRUCTION
Reference tables are included in Materials Instructional Memorandums (I.M.’s) Volume II. Available tables include:
T‑101M Aggregate Delivery Conversion Table (Metric Units)
T‑101C Aggregate Delivery Conversion Table (Customary Units)
T‑102M Temperature-Volume Corrections for Asphaltic Materials (Metric Units)
T‑102C Temperature-Volume Corrections for Asphaltic Materials (Customary Units)
T‑103M Temperature-Volume Corrections for Asphaltic Materials (Metric Units)
T‑103C Temperature-Volume Corrections for Asphaltic Materials (Customary Units)
T‑104 Gauging Table for Horizontal Cylindrical Tanks
T‑105 Outage of Horizontal Cylindrical Tanks
T‑108 Table C1 Temperature‑Volume Corrections for Emulsified Asphalts
T‑108A Temperature‑Volume Corrections for Diluted Emulsified Asphalts
T‑203 General Aggregate Source Information
8.02 REPORT FORMS
Construction inspection personnel are responsible for field sampling and testing in accordance with requirements of Materials I.M. 204 and those outlined in Construction Manual Chapters 2 and 3. Forms are supplied for reporting test results, submitting samples, and as inspector work sheets.
Under the certified plant inspector program and Quality Management - Asphalt (QM-A) program, specific sampling and testing will be done by contractor's representative (as directed and witnessed by contracting authority) per Materials I.M. 213 and Construction Manual 3.07, 3.21, & 3.22. Plant inspectors and other certified HMA technicians must also be familiar with applicable Materials I.M.'s.
Form Identification and Use
n "Daily HMA Plant Report" (Form 800241) documents daily plant operation, job control testing, HMA mix property results, and material placement for HMA production and placement. A computerized version of this form is available within the “SHADES” program, and its use should be encouraged to reduce errors and promote more timely electronic distribution of results. Copies should be sent to the Office of Construction and Materials, the District Materials Office, the project engineer and the contractor. A copy of the form is included in Appendix 8-3.
n "Identification of Sample for Test" (Form 820193) must accompany all samples submitted to Central Materials Laboratory and District Materials Laboratories.
n "Noncompliance Notice" (Form 830245) is used to report project test results, workmanship, or other items in violation of specifications. Copies are to be given to project engineer and contractor.