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1988 English Edition

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  • Standard Specifications for Highways and Bridges - 1988 English Edition (Complete) [26.5MB]
  • Table of Contents [212KB]
  • Division 1: General Requirements and Covenants [3.5 MB]
    • Section 1.00 - Definition of Terms
    • Section 2.00 - Proposal Requirements and Conditions
    • Section 3.00 - Award and Execution of Contract
    • Section 4.00 - Scope of Work
    • Section 5.00 - Control of Work
    • Section 6.00 - Control of Materials
    • Section 7.00 - Legal Relations and Responsibility to Public
    • Section 8.00 - Prosecution and Progress
    • Section 9.00 - Measurement and Payment
  • Division II: Construction Details [16.1 MB]
    • Section 1.00 - Earthwork, Grading, Demolition, Rodent Control and Borings
    • Section 2.00 - Drainage
    • Section 3.00 - Water Systems
    • Section 4.00 - Sub-Base, Base courses, Shoulders, Pavements and Berms
    • Section 5.00 - Curb and Edging
    • Section 6.00 - Highway Guard, Fences and Walls
    • Section 7.00 - Incidental Work
    • Section 8.00 - Traffic Control Devices
    • Section 9.00 - Structures
  • Division III: Materials Specifications [4.98 MB]
    • Section M1 - Soils and Borrow Materials
    • Section M2 - Aggregates and Related Materials
    • Section M3 - Bituminous Materials
    • Section M4 - Cement and Cement Concrete Materials
    • Section M5 - Pipe, Culvert Sections and Conduit
    • Section M6 - Roadside Development Materials
    • Section M7 - Paints and Protective Coatings
    • Section M8 - Metals and Related Materials
    • Section M9 - Miscellaneous Materials
  • Indices [1.68 MB]
    • Numerical Index
    • General
    • Materials

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