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CI
TY OF FORT WAYNE MASTER







UPDATED:
2
/
12/2013

SECTION
33 05 34.13

CONCRETE NON
-
PRESSURE UTILITY PIP
ING

NTS:

C
oncrete non
-
pressure utility piping is to be used for storm utility piping only and is not
accepted
for sanitary use
.

PART 1

GENERAL


1.1

DESCRIPTION

A.

Scope:

1.

Contractor

shall provide all labor, materials, equipment, and incidentals shown, specified,
and required to furnish and install
Concrete Non
-
Pressure Utility Piping.

NTS:
E
dit
S
ection 2 below, as requ
ired, if project piping schedule is to be included in project manual or
on drawings.

2.

Extent of concrete pipe to be provided is shown
on the Drawings.


B.

Coordination:

1.

Review installation procedures under this and other
applicable s
ections and coordinate
in
stallation of items before concrete pipe Work.

2.

Contractor is required, to n
otify other contractors in advance of installin
g

concrete pipe
Work to provide
other contractors
with sufficient time for installing items included in
their contracts that
are to
be

installed with or before concrete pipe Work.

C.

Related Sections:

NTS:



L
ist below at (
--
1
--
) only sections covering products, construction and equipment that a user might
expect to find in this section, but are specified elsewhere.

1.

Section 31 00 05, Tren
ching and Earthwork.

2.

Section 33

41 00, Storm Utility Piping Installation
.

3.

Section (
--
1
--
).

NTS:

S
ection “1.2” is to be included if project is bid on unit price basis. Section to be deleted or revised
if project is to be bid on lump sum basis
.


NTS:

I
nsert at (
--
1
--
), (
--
2
--
) and (
--
3
--
) below the various concrete pipe types and diameters to be used
for project. Adjust
S
ection “1.2” below for additional work item numbers as needed. In extreme cases
consider separating the work items by diameter and de
pth.

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Review paragraph “
A.4”
below and modify to suit the project.

1.2

MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT

A.

Concrete Pipe:

1.

Work Item Number and Title


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A (
--
1
--
) Concrete Non
-
Pressure Utility Piping


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B (
--
2
--
) Concrete Non
-
Pressure Utility Piping


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C (
--
3
--
) Concrete Non
-
Pressure Utility Piping

2.

The quantity of pipe installed shall be the number of lineal feet actually installed, tested,
and backfilled, as measured from inside wall of structure to inside wall of structure, as
measured along t
he centerline of the pipe.

3.

The payment of pipe shall be based on the unit price per linear foot as listed on the
submitted Bid schedule for each pipe size successfully installed. Payment for any special
backfill or associated restoration shall be paid for
under their respective Work items.

4.

Th
ese Work

item
s

shall include all costs to furnish all labor, materials, tools, and

equipment, both permanent and temporary, to install the
concrete non
-
pressure pipe

as

shown

and specified. The
W
ork includes, but is not

limited to, trench

excavation,

dewatering, furnishing and placement of bedding, pipe,

placement of

required backfill,
disposing of excess excavated material,
required fittings, testing of materials,

compaction
of

bedding and backfill,

temporary sheeting,
shoring and

bracing,

restoration/replacement
of all

disturbed items not included under

other
Work
items, protection of existing

utilities
and structures, pressure

testing and incidentals for performing all

W
ork as specified
unless

otherwise outlined as a separate Work item. The furnishing of backfill material
other than that removed from the trench is not included under these Work items.

1.3

REFERENCES

NTS:

R
etain applicable standards below, add others as required, and delete standar
ds for materials not
used on project.

A.

Standards referenced in this Section are

listed below
:

1.

American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.

a.

AASHTO, Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets.

b.

AASHTO M198, Standard Specification
s for Joints for Concrete Pipe, Manholes
and Precast Sections Using Preformed Flexible Joint Sealants.

2.

ASTM International.

a.

ASTM A82, Specification for Steel Wire, Plain for Concrete Reinforcement.

b.

ASTM A185, Specification for Steel Welded Wire Reinforcemen
t, Plain for
Concrete.

c.

ASTM A496, Specification for Steel Wire, Deformed, for Concrete Reinforcement.

d.

ASTM A497/A497M, Specification for Steel Welded Wire Reinforcement,
Deformed, for Concrete.

e.

ASTM C33, Specification for Concrete Aggregates.

f.

ASTM C76, Spe
cification for Reinforced Concrete Culvert, Storm Drain and Sewer
Pipe.

g.

ASTM C150,
Standard
Specification for Portland Cement.

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h.

ASTM C361, Specification for Reinforced Concrete Low
-
Head Pressure Pipe.

i.

ASTM C443, Standard Specification for Joints for Concret
e Pipe and Manholes,
Using

Rubber Gaskets.

j.

ASTM C497, Standard Test Methods for Concrete Pipe, Manhole Sections, or Tile.

k.

ASTM C506
,
Standard Specification for Reinforced Concrete Arch Culvert, Storm
Drain, and Sewer Pipe

l.

ASTM

C507, Specification for Reinforced Concrete Elliptical Culvert, Storm Drain
and Sewer Pipe.

m.

ASTM

C595,
Standard
Specification for Blended Hydraulic Cements.

n.

ASTM C655, Standard Specification for Reinforced Concrete D
-
load Culvert, Storm
Drain and Sewer Pi
pe.

o.

ASTM C1433, Standard Specification for Precast Reinforced Concrete Monolithic
Box Sections for Culverts, Storm Drains, and Sewers

1.4

QUALITY ASSURANCE

NTS:

E
dit or delete
P
aragraph “
A
”, below, if project requirements do not require an experience clause.

A.

Qualifications:

1.

Manufacturer:

a.

Manufa
cturer shall have a minimum of five

years of experience producin
g

concrete
pipe and fittings, and shall
be able to document
satisfactory service in at least five
installations.

b.

Concrete pipe and associated fittings shall

be from a source listed in the INDOT List
of Certified Precast Concrete Producers, in accordance with ITM 813.

B.

Component Supply and Compatibility:

1.

Each type of concrete pipe and
associated
fittings shall be product
s

of one manufacturer
.

2.

Concrete pipe
S
upp
lier shall review, approve, and prepare
S
hop
D
rawings and submittals
for all components furnished under this Section.

3.

Components shall be suitable for specified service conditions.

C.

Q
uality of materials, process of manufacture and finished pipe shall be sub
ject to inspection
by Engineer
.

1.5

SUBMITTALS

A.

Action Submittals: Submit the following:

1.

Product Data
:

a.

Detailed
product
data on pipe, fittings, gaskets,
fastening hardware where
applicable,
and appurtenances.

b.

Required Calculations (i.e. structural)

c.

Detailed d
escriptions for future repair, maintenance, connections, etc.

d.

Results from required quality control test.

B.

Informational Submittals: Submit the following:

1.

Certificat
ions
:

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a.

Submit certificate signed by manufacturer of each product certifying
that products
conform to applicable referenced standards.

b.

Submit proof of manufacturer’s INDOT Precast Concrete Producer Certification.

2.

Supplier Instructions:

a.

Pipe manufacturer instructions for handling, storing, and installing products.

NTS:


C
oordinate “
PART

2” with pipe schedule
s and installation requirements.

PART 2

PRODUCTS

2.1

SYSTEM PERFORMANCE

A.

General:

1.

Pipe shall be designed for an external live loading, including impact

loads
, equal
to
AASHTO H
-
20 loading with earth cover as shown

or indicated in the Contract
Doc
uments
.

B.

Service Conditions:

NTS:

C
oncrete non
-
pressure utility pipe is used for conveying storm water, and drain water.


NTS:

I
nsert at (
--
1
--
), if elliptical or arch pipe is used, specify the equivalent round diameter an
d rise and
span dimensions. In P
a
ragraph “1”, if box sections are used, specify the span and rise and wall thickness.
Coordinate with pipe schedules.

1.

Pipe Inside Diameter (feet): (
--
1
--
).

2.

Type of Joint: (
--
2
--
).

3.

Pressure Rating of Pipe (psi or feet of water): (
--
3
--
).

4.

Pipe Overburden an
d Trench Bedding Condition: As shown on Drawings.


NTS:

F
or the ANSI/ASTM C
76 pipe specified in A
rticles “2.2”, of this section, the design is based on
minimum ultimate load, as determined by applying a three
-
edge bearing (TEB) load to the pipe. TEB
s
t
re
ngth is expressed as pound force per linear foot (lbf/lf).

T
he strength can also be expressed in
D
-
load, as in the case of ANSI/ASTM C76 pipe. The
D
-
load is the
maximum TEB test load that can be supported by a pipe before a crack occurs having a width of
0.01
inches, measured at close intervals, throughout a length of pipe of at least one foot. D
-
load is expressed
as pound force per linear foot per foot of inside diameter of pipe.

Selection of the pipe and appropriate TEB strength is based on earth loads,

live loads (
H
-
20, railroad,
airplane), and live load bedding factors for the installed condition.

2.2

MATERIALS, REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE FOR CULVERTS, STORM DRAINS, AND
STORM SEWERS

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NTS:

P
ipe in this article has rein
forcing and is manufactured in C
lasses

I
,
II
,
III
,
IV
, and
V
; based on a

D
-
load” producing a 0.01
-
inch crack. This type of pipe usually has a relatively short laying length per
section. For acceptable installation depths, refer to the following table.


A.

General

1.

Pipe and fittings shall conform to requirements of
ASTM

C76

or ASTM C655
. Pipe
shall be free of fractures and surface roughness.
Planes of ends of pipe shall be
perpendicular to longitudinal axis
. Joints shall be designed so that
,

when sections are laid

together
,

they
make
a continuous line of pipe with smooth interior free
of

irregularities in
flow line.
Fittings shall be constructed of the same pipe material and material class as the
storm sewer pipe.


B.

Pipe Materials:

1.

Cement for concrete Work shall be
in accordance with,

ASTM

C150 or
ASTM

C595.

2.

Aggregates shall conform to
ASTM

C33.

3.

Steel bar reinforcement
shall be in accordance with

ASTM

A82 or
ASTM

A496.

4.

Steel wire fabric reinforcement
shall be in accordance with

ASTM A185
.

C.

Concrete p
ipe shall be Class

(
--
1
--
). Quality of ma
terials, process of manufacture,

and
finished pipe shall be subject to inspection and approval by
Engineer
.

D.

Joints:

1.

Joints shall have a groove on the spigot for placement of a flexible, rubber gasket in
conformance with AASHTO M198
or ASTM C443.

2.

Gasket shall be a continuous ring that fits snugly to form a flexible soil
-
tight seal.

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3.

For round pipes with a diameter greater than 24 inch, Petroleum Based Mastic material
may be used in lieu of rubber gaskets.

E.

Fittings:

1.

Fittings shall be c
onstructed of Type I or Type II Portland Cement in accordance with
ASTM C150.

2.3

MATERIALS, REINFORCED CONCRETE ELLIPTICAL PIPE FOR
CULVERT
S,

STORM
DRAIN
S, AND STORM SEWERS

NTS:


P
ipe is classified as: horizontal elliptical pipe in five classes;
HE
-
A, HE
-
I,
HE
-
II, HE
-
III, HE
-
IV
,
for, respectively, “
D
-
loads” of 600, 800, 1,000, 1,350, and 2,000 pounds. Vertical elliptical pipe in five
classes;
VE
-
II, VE
-
III, VE
-
IV, VE
-
V
, and
VE
-
VI

for, respectively, “
D
-
loads” of 1,000, 1,350, 2,000,
3,000, and 4,000 pounds.
Insert at (
--
1
--
) either, “horizontal” or “vertical”, and insert at (
--
2
--
) the class
of pipe. Under service conditions in
A
rticle “2.1” replace the pipe diameter with equivalent round
diameter and specify rise and span dimensions.

A.

Reinforced concrete pip
e shall conform to requirements of
ASTM

C507.
Pipe
shall be
designed for placement with its major axis (
--
1
--
). The (
--
1
--
) elliptical pipe shall be Class
(
--
2
--
).

B.

Pipe Materials:

1.

Steel
bar

reinforcement

shall be in accordance with
,
ASTM

A82 or
ASTM

A496.

2.

Steel wire fabric reinforcement shall be in accordance with
,
ASTM

A185 or
ASTM

A497
/A497M
.

3.

Cement for concrete
W
ork

shall be in accordance with
,
ASTM

C150 or
ASTM

C595.

4.

Aggregates shall conform to
ASTM

C33.

C.

Joints:

1.

Provide bell and spigot joints.

2.

Joints shall have a groove on the spigot for placement of a flexible, rubber gasket in
conformance with
AASHTO M198 or ASTM C443.

3.

Gasket shall be a continuous ring that fits snugly to form a flexible soil
-
tight seal.

4.

For elliptical pipes larger than 19 in
ch x 30 inch, Petroleum Based Mastic material may
be used in lieu of rubber gaskets.

D.

Fittings:

1.

Fittings shall be constructed of Type I or Type II Portland Cement in accordance with
ASTM C150.

2.4

MATERIALS, REINFORCED CONCRETE ARCH PIPE FOR
CULVERT
S
, STORM DR
AIN
S,
AND STORM SEWERS

NTS:
A
rch pipe is classified in three classes: A
-
II, A
-
III, A
-
IV. Insert at (
--
1
--
) the class of pipe
required. Pipe shall be designed to meet both the 0.01 in. Crack and ultimate strength requirements by
conducting plant load bea
ring tests, material tests, and inspection of pipe.

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A.

Reinforced concrete pipe shall conform to requirements of
ASTM C506
. The
arch

pipe shall
be
Class (
--
1
--
).

B.

Pipe Materials:

1.

Steel wire reinforcement

shall be in accordance with
,
ASTM

A82 or
ASTM

A496.

2.

St
eel wire fabric reinforcement shall be in accordance with
,
ASTM

A185 or
ASTM

A497
/A497M
.

3.

Cement for concrete
W
ork

shall be in accordance with
,
ASTM

C150 or
ASTM

C595.

4.

Aggregates shall conform to
ASTM

C33.

C.

Joints:

1.

Provide bell and spigot joints.

2.

Joints shal
l have a groove on the spigot for placement of a flexible, rubber gasket in
conformance with
AASHTO M198 or ASTM C443.

3.

Gasket shall be a continuous ring that fits snugly to form a flexible soil
-
tight seal.

4.

For arch pipes larger than 18 inch x 28 1/2 inch,

Petroleum Based Mastic Material may
be used in lieu of rubber gaskets.

D.

Fittings:

1.

Fittings shall be constructed of Type I or Type II Portland Cement in accordance with
ASTM C150.

2.5

MATERIALS, PRECAST REINFORCED CONCRETE

BOX SECTIONS

FOR CULVERTS
,
STORM DRAI
NS

AND STORM SEWERS

NTS:

P
recast reinforced concrete box sections are manufactured in

accordance with two ASTM
Standards ASTM C1577 and
ASTM C1433
. ASTM
C1577 uses an LRFD loading calculation whereas
ASTM
C1433

uses multiple earth dead loads and H20 live

loads. ASTM C1577 is the preferred standard
for concrete box sections, edit paragraph “A” below if project requires ASTM C1433.

A.

Reinforced concrete box sections shall conform to requirements of
ASTM

C
1577
.

Box
sections

shall be type Table

1
.
E
nds shall

be male and female so that when sections are laid
together they make a continuous line with smooth interior pipe free of irregularities in flow
line.

B.

Construction Materials:

1.

Steel wire reinf
orcement shall be in accordance with
,
ASTM

A82 or
ASTM

A496.

2.

Steel wire fabric reinforcement shall be in accordance with

ASTM

A185 or
ASTM

A497
/A497M
.

3.

Cement for concrete Work shall be in accordance with
,
ASTM

C150.

4.

Aggregates shall conform to
ASTM

C33.

C.

Joints:

1.

Joints shall have a male and female ends and allow box
sections to be placed together in a
continuous line.

2.

Joint shall form a soil tight seal using a flexible sealant or approved equal.

D.

Fittings:

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1.

Fittings shall be constructed of Type I or Type II Portland Cement in accordance with
ASTM C150.

2.6

MARKING FOR IDE
NTIFICATION

A.

All pipeline materials shall be stamped, marked
,

or identified with the following information:

1.

Name or trademark of manufacturer.

2.

Pipe class and specification designation.

3.

Size and length dimensions.

4.

Date and place of manufacture.

5.

Pipe 24
inches and larger shall also be marked on
pipe

interior as above.

6.

Name of Owner.

2.7

PIPE MATERIAL TESTING

A.

Reinforced Concrete Pipe
:

1.

Pipe shall be tested for material quality and workmanship under ASTM C497, latest
edition. At the request of the Engineer, manu
facturer shall supply certified test results for
strength and joint acceptability.

2.

Where the ASTM C361 joint is required for high ground water conditions, pipe for
shipment to the job Site shall have been vacuum, air or hydrostatically tested to the
equiva
lent of 30 feet of water column (13 psi). Each piece of pipe shall be certified to
have passed the test prior to delivery.

PART 3

EXECUTION

3.1

INSPECTION

A.

Inspect pip
e materials for
defects in material and workmanship
.
Verify compatibility of
pipe
and
fittings.

3.2

INS
TALLATION

A.

Buried Piping Installation:

1.

Refer to 33 41 00 Storm Utility Piping Installation.

B.

Bedding and Backfill:

1.

Refer to 3
1

00 05 Trenching and Earthwork.

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