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PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
2

D#

TOTAL

SHEETS


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SECTION D ESTIMATE OF QUANTITIES


DOT Plan Preparers shall create the following estimate
of quantities
utilizing the Contract Development Business System (CDBS).


BID ITEM

NUMBER

ITEM

QUANTITY

UNIT

110E1690

Remove Sediment


CuYd

110E1693

Remove Erosion Control Wattle


Ft

110E1695

Remove Sediment Filter Bag


Ft

110E1697

Remove Triangular
Silt Barrier


Ft

110E1700

Remove Silt Fence


Ft

110E1703

Remove Interceptor Ditch


Ft

120E4200

Cut Interceptor Ditch


Ft

120E6300

Water for Vegetation


MGal

230E0010

Placing

Topsoil


CuYd

230E0050

Topsoil Amendment


Lb

230E0100

Remove and Replace
Topsoil


LS

730E0100

Cover Crop Seeding


Bu

730E0200

Type A Permanent Seed Mixture


Lb

730E0202

Type B Permanent Seed Mixture


Lb

730E0204

Type C Permanent Seed Mixture


Lb

730E0206

Type D Permanent Seed Mixture


Lb

730E0208

Type E Permanent Seed
Mixture


Lb

730E0210

Type F Permanent Seed Mixture


Lb

730E0212

Type G Permanent Seed Mixture


Lb

730E
0251

Special
Permanent Seed Mixture 1


Lb

730E
0252

Special
Permanent Seed Mixture 2


Lb

730E0253

Special Permanent Seed Mixture 3


Lb

730E1200

Hydroseeding


SqYd

731E0100

Fertilizing


Lb

731E0200

Fertilizing


Ton

732E0100

Mulching


Ton

732E0200

Fiber Mulching


Ton

732E0250

Fiber Mulching


Lb

732E0300

Bonded Fiber Matrix


Ton

732E0350

Bonded Fiber Matrix


Lb

732E0550

Fiber Reinforced
Matrix


Lb

733E0100

Sodding


SqYd

734E0042

Soil Stabilizer


SqYd

734E0044

Soil Stabilizer


Acre

734E0101

Type 1 Erosion Control Blanket


SqYd

734E0102

Type 2 Erosion Control Blanket


SqYd

734E0103

Type 3 Erosion Control Blanket


SqYd

734E0104

Type 4

Erosion Control Blanket


SqYd

734E0131

Type 1 Turf Reinforcement Mat


SqYd

734E0132

Type 2 Turf Reinforcement Mat


SqYd

734E0133

Type 3 Turf Reinforcement Mat


SqYd

734E0140

Erosion Bale


Each

734E0150

6” Diameter Erosion Control Wattle


Ft

734E0151

9” Diameter Erosion Control Wattle


Ft

734E0154

12” Diameter Erosion Control Wattle


Ft

734E0160

20” Diameter Erosion Control Wattle


Ft

734E0165

Remove and Reset Erosion Control Wattle


Ft

734E0170

Temporary Sediment Barrier


Ft

734E0180

Sediment
Filter Bag


Ft

734E0325

Surface Roughening


Acre

734E0400

Rock Check Dam


CuYd

734E0425

Triangular Silt Barrier


Ft

734E0450

Temporary Water Barrier


Ft

734E0510

Shaping for Erosion Control Blanket


Ft

734E0600

Hydraulic Straw Mulch


Lb

734E0602

Low

Flow Silt Fence


Ft

734E0604

High Flow Silt Fence


Ft

734E0610

Mucking Silt Fence


CuYd

734E0620

Repair Silt Fence


Ft

734E0630

Floating Silt Curtain


Ft

734E0640

Silt Trap


CuYd

734E0680

Flocculent Housing Unit


Each

734E0683

500K Gallon Treatment

Flocculent Bag


Each

734E0845

Sediment Control at Inlet with Frame and Grate


Each

734E0847

Sediment Control at Type S Reinforced Concrete Drop
Inlet


Ft

734E0862

12” Temporary Slope Drain


Ft

734E0868

18” Temporary Slope Drain


Ft

734E0871

21”
Temporary Slope Drain


Ft

734E0874

24” Temporary Slope Drain


Ft

734E0880

30” Temporary Slope Drain


Ft

734E0960

Channel Liner


SqFt

734E0972

Transition Mat


SqYd

734E0980

Channel Liner


Ft

734E4100

Sediment Basin Skimmer


Each

734E5000

Dewatering


Hour

734E5010

Sweeping


Hour

900E1320

Construction Entrance


Each

900E5147

Articulated Concrete Mattress


SqYd



PLACING TOPSOIL


The thickness will be approximately
4

inches within the right
-
of
-
way and 6
inches on temporary easements.
The topsoil
thickness for the option borrow
pits shall be as stated on the option borrow pit sheets.


The estimated amount of topsoil to be placed is as follows:




Topsoil

Station to

Station

(CuYd)

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

xx

xx
+
xx

xxx
+
xx

xx


Subtotal:

0





Option Borrow Pit No. 1

xx


Option Borrow Pit No. 2

xx


Subtotal:

0





Total:

0



PLACING
CONTRACTOR FURNISHED TOPSOIL


It is anticipated that a larger volume of topsoil will be needed for the new
grade than can be salvaged from the existing grade. The Contractor will be
required to furnish and place
4

inches of topsoil on roadway inslopes and
areas as determined by the Eng
ineer during construction.


All costs to furnish and place the topsoil shall be incidental to the contract unit
price per cubic yard for “Placing Contractor Furnished Topsoil”.



Th
e following note shall be used for resurfacing projects
.


REMOVE AND REPLAC
E TOPSOIL


Use the following paragraph for two
-
lane resurfacing projects.


Prior to beginning resurfacing operations, a 4” depth of topsoil shall be bladed
down the respective inslopes and left in a windrow 16

+/
-

from the subgrade
shoulder. Following completion of
re
surfacing operations, topsoil shall be
bladed back up the inslope to the point indicated on the typical section.


OR


Use the following paragraph for four
-
lane resurfacing projects.


Prior to beginning
re
surfacing operations, a 4” depth of topsoil shall be bladed
down the respective inslopes and left in a windrow 11’+/
-

from the subgrade
shoulder on the median side and 16’+/
-

from the subgrade shoulder on the
outside shoulder. Followin
g completion of
re
surfacing operations, topsoil shall
be bladed back up the inslope to the point indicated on the typical section.


The following note may need to be included, depending on the
project.


Topsoil shall also be salvaged and stockpiled prior t
o constructing the
following:

ramp gore areas, culvert extension/resets, x median crossover(s), x
ramp detour(s), x on

ramp acceleration lane extension(s)
,

and (x) guardrail
embankment area(s). Limits of this work, depth of salvage
,

and stockpile
location
will be directed by the Engineer. Following completion of
construction, topsoil shall be spread evenly over the disturbed areas.


The estimated amount of topsoil to be removed and replaced is
xx

CuYd.


All cost associated with removing and replacing the to
psoil along areas to be
resurfaced shall be incidental to the lump sum price for “Remove and Replace
Topsoil”.






PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
3

D#

TOTAL

SHEETS



TOPSOIL AMENDMENT


This note and a corresponding bid item should be used as an alternate
to C
ontractor
F
urnished

T
opsoil

on steep slopes and

grades where
placing
C
ontractor
F
urnished
T
opsoil may be difficult. This product is
hydraulically applied.


Topsoil amendment

shall be applied at the rate of
40
00

pounds per acre.


Topsoil amendment shall be done at
the
areas noted in the Table of Topsoil

Amendment.


All costs for furnishing and applying the
top
soil amendment including hauling,
materials, equipment, labor, and incidentals necessary shall be paid for at the
contract unit price per pound for “
Tops
oil Amendment”.


The
top
soil amendment shall
be from the list below or an approved equal:


Product

Manufacturer

Biotic Earth BFM, FRM & HGM,

Biotic Earth Black HGM,

or Biotic Earth HGM


Verdyol

Riverton, Manitoba Canada

Phone: 1
-
866
-
280
-
7327

http://www.bioticearth.com


FibraPost HGM

Fibramulch

Concord, Ontario Canada

Phone: 1
-
905
-
761
-
7959

http://www.fibramulch.com/




TABLE OF TOPSOIL AMENDMENT



Station


L/R


Location

Quantity

(Ft)

xx
+
xx to xx
+
xx

X

Inslope (x.xx Acres)

xx

xx
+
xx to xx
+
xx

X

X

xx



Additional Quantity:

xx







Total:

0



MYCORRHIZAL INOCULUM


Add the following note to every project that includes permanent
seeding or sodding.


Mycorrhizal inoculum shall consist
of mycorrhizal fungi spores and
mycorrhizal fungi
-
infected root fragments in a solid carrier. The carrier may
include organic materials, calcinated clay, or other materials consistent with
application and good plant growth. The supplier shall provide certi
fication of
the fungal species claimed and the live propagule count. The inoculum shall
include the following fungal species:


Glomus intraradices

25%

Glomus aggregatu

25%

Glomus mosseae

25%

Glomus etunicatum

25%


Add the following
paragraph

when seeding w
ith Type A, B, C, E, F, G,
or other native grass
seed
mixture.


All seed shall be inoculated with a minimum of 100,000 live propagules of
mycorrhizal fungi per acre
.

All costs of inoculating the seed shall be incidental
to the contract unit price per pound

for the corresponding permanent seed
mixture.


Add the following
paragraph

when seeding with Type D Permanent
Seed Mixture or other urban turf
seed
mixture.


All seed shall be inoculated with a minimum of 20,000 live propagules of
mycorrhizal fungi per 1,
000 square feet.
All costs of i
nocula
ting the seed

shall
be incidental to the
contract unit
price per pound
for the corresponding
permanent seed mixture.


Add the following
paragraph

to projects that include sodding.


Prior to
placing

sod, apply a minimum

of

25
,000 live propagules of inoculum
per 1,000 square feet on bare soil.
All costs
of

inoculating for the
sod shall be
incidental to the
contract unit
price per square yard
for

“Sodding”.


The
mycorrhizal inoculum
shall be from the list below or an approv
ed equal:



Product

Manufacturer

MycoApply


Mycorrhizal Applications, Inc.

Grants Pass, OR

Phone: 1
-
866
-
476
-
7800

http://www.mycorrhizae.com/




FERTILIZING


Using all
-
natural slow release fertilizer:

Use on
grading projects, erosion and slide repairs, and other projects
where 1 or more acres are disturbed. The biggest gains in vegetative
establishment from the use of this fertilizer will be in western South
Dakota. Use this fertilizer on urban grading project
s seeded with Type
D Permanent Seed Mixture. Consider using this fertilizer in eastern
South Dakota on projects with steep grades and on projects in areas
that have a history of erosion problems. Applying any type of fertilizer
on ADA projects, guardrail i
mprovement projects, and other projects
where multiple small areas are disturbed is not cost
-
effective and
should be avoided.


Th
e following

plan

note is for an all
-
natural slow release fertilizer. This
fertilizer may be used on native
grass
seed mixes (Ty
pes A
-
C, E
-
G)
and is the preferred type of fertilizer for all other grass
seed
mixtures
and sod because it doesn’t pollute water, burn seedlings, or cause
weed proliferation due to its slow
-
release nature. Application rates
vary and it is recommended that
the western half of South Dakota
receive 1,500 pounds per acre (or 2,000 pounds per acre on sites
with steep slopes and grades) and that agricultural
-
grade soils typical
to eastern portions of South Dakota receive 1,000 pounds per acre
(or 1,500 pounds per

acre on sites with steep slopes and grades).


The Contractor shall apply an all
-
natural slow release fertilizer prior to
seeding or
placing

sod. The all
-
natural fertilizer shall have a minimum
guaranteed analysis of 4
-
6
-
4 and be USDA Certified BioBased. I
t should
provide a minimum of 4% (N) nitrogen with a minimum water insoluble
nitrogen (WIN) fraction of 3.2%, a minimum of 6% (P2O5) available
phosphate, a minimum of 4% (K2O) soluble potash, and a maximum carbon
to nitrogen ratio (C:N ratio) of 5:1. The a
ll
-
natural fertilizer shall be free of
weed
-
seed and pathogens accomplished through thermophilic composting,
and not mechanical or chemical sterilization, to assure presence of beneficial
soil microbiology. The fertilizer shall have a near neutral pH, a lo
w salt index,
a low biological oxygen demand, contain organic humic and fulvic acids, and
have high aerobic organism counts. The fertilizer shall also be stable, free of
bad odors, and be unattractive as a food source for animals. It should also be
in a gr
anular form that is easily spread.


The all
-
natural slow release fertilizer shall be applied according to the
manufacturer’s application recommendations.


The application rate is
1,500

pounds per acre.


The
all
-
natural slow release fertilizer
shall be from

the list below or an
approved equal:


Product

Manufacturer

Sustane


Sustane Corporate Headquarters

Cannon Falls, Minnesota

Phone: 1
-
800
-
352
-
9245

http://www.sustane.com/


OR


Use the following at

urban areas on Type D Permanent Seed
Mixture
.


The application rate is 34 pounds per 1,000 square feet.


OR


Use the following at
areas to be
sodded.


The application rate is 9 pounds per 1,000 square feet.


Synthetic fertilizer notes are listed below. Na
tive grasses do not
respond well to these fertilizers. This type of fertilizer tends to
encourage the growth of weeds that compete with grass. Use the
following note when a seed mix with native grasses is provided in the
plans and the all
-
natural slow rele
ase fertilizer is not used.


Application of fertilizer will not be required on this project.


OR


The designer may choose to use the
synthetic fertilizer
notes

listed
below if they are using Type D Permanent Seed Mixture or Sodding
and have chosen not to use the all
-
natural slow release fertilizer.
When using the notes below, the all
-
natural slow release fertilizer
notes
must be deleted.


The following
synthetic
fertilizer
plan note may be used when
Permanent Seed Mixture D is used.


A commercial fertilizer with a minimum guaranteed analysis of 13
-
13
-
13,

18
-
46
-
0, 11
-
52
-
0, or an approved alternate fertilizer sold for use as a lawn
starter fertilizer shall be appli
ed to all areas designated for
permanent
seeding.
The application rate of fertilizer shall be 100 pounds per acre.


The following sentence shall replace the last sentence in the plan
note above when there is less than one acre of seeding on a project.



PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
4

D#

TOTAL

SHEETS


The

application rate of fertilizer shall be 3 pounds per 1000
square feet
.


OR


Sod will do well if it is fertilized with a starter fertilizer such as 11
-
52
-
0. The phosphorus in this fertilizer will help establish roots. Fertilizer
should be incorporated so i
t doesn’t burn the roots. The following
synthetic fertilizer
plan note may be used
when

sod

is to be placed
.


A commercial fertilizer with a minimum guaranteed analysis of 11
-
52
-
0 or an
approved alternate fertilizer shall be applied to areas designated for

sodding

immediately before the sod is placed and incorporated into the soil to a depth
of 2

.
The application rate of fertilizer shall be 3 pounds per 1000
square feet
.



DRILLS


In addition to the drills specified in Section 730 of the Standard
Specifications
,

other types of drills including no
-
till drills will be allowed as long as
they have
baffles, partitions, agitators, or augers which keep the seed distributed
throughout the seed box and
the seed is planted at a depth of
¼” to
½
”.



PERMANENT SEEDING


The areas to be seeded co
nsist

of
all newly graded areas within the project
limits except for the top of roadways, temporary easements under cultivation,
and areas designated to be sod.


OR


The areas to be seeded co
nsist

of
all newly gr
aded areas within the project
limits except for the top of roadways and temporary easements under
cultivation.


All permanent seed shall be planted in the topsoil at a depth of ¼” to ½”.


All seed broadcast must be raked or dragged in (incorporated) within

the top
¼” to ½” of topsoil when possible. This requirement may be waived by the
Engineer during construction when raking or dragging is deemed not feasible
by conventional methods.


The varieties listed for seed mixture
s

are preferred varieties.


Native
harvest seed will be allowed.


The following seed mixtures are the standard seed mixtures used by
SDDOT.


The Type F and Type G Permanent Seed Mixtures are recommended
over the Type A and Type B Permanent Seed Mixtures as the Type F
and Type G establish
vegetative cover faster with the use of oats and
wheat.


Use the bid item that relates to the seed mixture provided in the
plans.
Delete the
following
seed mixtures
that are
not needed on the
project.


Canada
w
ildrye,
o
ats,
s
pring
w
heat, and
w
inter
w
heat
have been
included in some of the seed mixtures as a companion crop
(sometimes called “nurse crop”) to provide quick

cover and seedling
protection.


The following seed mixture is used typically
w
est of the Missouri
River.


T
ype

A Permanent Seed Mixture

sha
ll consist of the following:



Grass Species


Variety

Pure Live Seed
(PLS)
(Pounds/Acre)

Western Wheatgrass

Flintlock, Rodan, Rosana

7

Green Needlegrass

Lodorm

4

Sideoats Grama

Butte, Killdeer, Pierre, Trailway

3

Blue Grama

Bad River, Willis

2

Canada
Wildrye

Mandan

2


Total:

18



The following seed mixture is used typically
e
ast of the Missouri
River.


Type B Permanent Seed Mixture

shall consist of the following:



Grass Species


Variety

Pure Live Seed
(PLS)
(Pounds/Acre)

Western Wheatgrass

Flintlock, Rodan, Rosana

7

Switchgrass

Dacotah, Forestburg, Nebraska
28, Pathfinder, Summer,
Sunburst, Trailblazer

3

Indiangrass

Holt, Tomahawk

3

Big Bluestem

Bison, Bonilla, Champ,
Pawnee, Sunnyview

3

Canada Wildrye

Mandan

2


Total:

18



The
following seed mixture is used for projects with less than 5 acres
of disturbed ground.


Type C Permanent Seed Mixture

shall consist of the following:



Grass Species


Variety

Pure Live Seed
(PLS)
(Pounds/Acre)

Western Wheatgrass

Flintlock, Rodan, Rosana

16

Canada Wildrye

Mandan

2


Total:

18



The
following
turfgrass seed mixture was chosen for seeding
boulevards on urban projects. There are many species and varieties
of turfgrass to choose from depending on the location of the project
and site
conditions. In many cases a Special Seed Mixture may work
better than the Type D Permanent Seed Mixture. A good resource for
putting together a turfgrass seed mixture is the Extension Turf/Lawn
Specialist at South Dakota State University.


Type D Permanent

Seed Mixture

shall consist of the following:



Grass Species


Variety

Pure Live Seed (PLS)
(Pounds/
1000 SqFt
)

Kentucky Bluegrass

Avalanche
, Appalachian,
Wildhorse, Blue Bonnet

1.
4

Perennial Ryegrass

Turf Type

1.
4

Creeping Red Fescue

Epic
, Boreal

1.
4

Chewing
s

Fescue

Ambrose
, K2, VNS,
Zodiac

1.4

Alkali Grass

Fults,
Fults II,
Quill,
Salty

1.
4


Total:

7



The
Type E Permanent Seed Mixture is an example of a wildflower
seed mixture that has been used in the Black Hills area where there
is
United States Forest Service, National Park Service, or SD Dept. of
Game, Fish, and Parks lands adjacent to
SDDOT
highways.
Wildflowers
could be planted where they would be visible from the
highway and on areas that would not be mowed or sprayed with
herbi
cides.
Wildflowers
tend to grow naturally on areas where
conditions are favorable.


Examples of other wildflowers native to the Black Hills that could be
used in a wildflower seed mixture are:

Upright Prairie Coneflower (
Ratibida columnifera
)

Wild Bergamot

(
Monarda fistulosa
)

Blanket Flower (
Gaillardia aristata
)

Purple Prairie Clover (
Dalea purpurea
)

White Prairie Clover (
Dalea candida
)


Type
E

Permanent Seed Mixture shall consist of the following:



Grass Species


Variety

Pure Live Seed
(PLS)
(Pounds/Acre)

Western Wheatgrass

Flintlock, Rodan,
Rosana

7

Green Needlegrass

Lodorm

4

Sideoats Grama

Butte, Killdeer,
Pierre, Trailway

3

Blue Grama

Bad River, Willis

2

Canada Wildrye

Mandan

2


Wildflowers



Dotted Gayfeather (
Liatris punctata
)

0.5

Black
-
eyed Susan (
Rudbeckia hirta
)

0.5

Blue Flax (
Linum lewisii
)

0.5

Pale Purple Coneflower (
Echinacea angustifolia
)

0.5


Total:

20



The following seed mixture can be used as a substitute for Type A
Permanent Seed Mixture on projects
w
est of the Missouri River
where there are steep grades, long backslopes, or erosive soils. Ten
pounds of oats, spring wheat, or winter wheat are substituted for two
pounds of Canada wildrye for quick cover. Canada wildrye is
sufficient quick cover for typi
cal projects. Keep in mind that including

PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
5

D#

TOTAL

SHEETS


the oats, spring wheat, or winter wheat will provide competition for the
permanent grasses.


Type
F

Permanent Seed Mixture shall consist of the following:



Grass Species


Variety

Pure Live Seed
(PLS)
(Pounds/Acre)

Western Wheatgrass

Flintlock, Rodan, Rosana

7

Green Needlegrass

Lodorm

4

Sideoats Grama

Butte, Killdeer, Pierre, Trailway

3

Blue Grama

Bad River, Willis

2

Oats or Spring Wheat:
April through
May
;

Winter Wheat: August
through November


10


Total:

26



The following seed mixture can be used as a substitute for Type B
Permanent Seed Mixture on projects
e
ast of the Missouri River where
there are steep grades, long backslopes, or erosive soils. Ten pounds
of oats, spring wheat, or winter wheat are
substituted for two pounds
of Canada wildrye for quick cover. Canada wildrye is sufficient quick
cover for typical projects. Keep in mind that including the oats, spring
wheat, or winter wheat will provide competition for the permanent
grasses.


Type
G

Per
manent Seed Mixture shall consist of the following:



Grass Species


Variety

Pure Live Seed
(PLS)
(Pounds/Acre)

Western Wheatgrass

Flintlock, Rodan, Rosana

7

Switchgrass

Dacotah, Forestburg, Nebraska
28, Pathfinder, Summer,
Sunburst, Trailblazer

3

Indiangrass

Holt, Tomahawk

3

Big Bluestem

Bison, Bonilla, Champ,
Pawnee, Sunnyview

3

Oats or Spring Wheat:
April through
May
;

Winter Wheat: August
through November


10


Total:

26



Permanent
Seed
M
ixtures Type A, B, C,
and
D

were chosen for
permanent
seeding typical projects. Some projects will require a
special permanent seed mixture because of the type of project,
location of the project, type of soil, steepness of slopes, special
request from adjacent landowners, etc. A good resource for putting
tog
ether a special permanent seed mixture is the NRCS (Natural
Resources Conservation Service).


The following
table format should be used

for
special
permanent
seed
mixture
s
. If there is more than 1 special
permanent
seed mix
ture
,
another seed mixture table
should be added and consecutively
numbered.


Special
Permanent Seed Mixture
1

sh
all consist of the following:



Grass Species


Variety

Pure Live Seed
(PLS)
(Pounds/Acre)

















Total:




Special
Permanent Seed Mixture
2 sh
all consist of the

following:



Grass Species


Variety

Pure Live Seed
(PLS)
(Pounds/Acre)

















Total:




SODDING


Sod shall be placed behind curb and gutter sections in residential areas at
locations specified in the plans and at locations determined by
the Engineer
during construction. Peat sod is not permitted.


An estimated 18 Gallons of water per square yard of sod was used to
compute the quantity for the bid item “Water for Vegetation”. All costs
involved for watering the sod shall be incidental to t
he contract unit price per
Mgal for “Water for Vegetation”.



WATER FOR VEGETATION


Use th
is note when there is seeding on an urban or suburban project
as necessary and as determined by the Landscape Architect.

Water
for vegetation may also be used to help

establish vegetation in non
-
irrigated boulevards and medians near storm sewer inlets.


Water for vegetation consists of applying water to seeded areas to enhance
germination and/or root growth. When watering, use the following guidelines:


Immediately af
ter seeding:



Keep the
top
soil moist but not excessively wet until the seed has
germinated.



Water a minimum of 3 days a week for
2

weeks preferably watering 2
or 3 times a day in small quantities.



Use fine spray and low pressure to avoid
top
soil wash and to

prevent
uncovering buried seeds.


After emergence:



Topsoil shall be kept thoroughly moistened by sprinkling, as
necessary, for 6 weeks. After the 6 week period, an inspection shall
be made to determine if grass is established enough to suspend
watering. C
ontinue watering until grass has been thoroughly
established.



Never apply
water
at a rate faster than
the topsoil
can absorb.



Water during early morning hours or early evening hours.



Do not water when rain is forecasted for the area.



If rainfall occurs, su
spend watering according to rainfall amount.


An estimated
xx

Gallons of water per square yard of seeding area was used
to compute the quantity for the bid item “Water for Vegetation”.


All costs for furnishing and applying the water including hauling, mat
erials,
equipment, labor, and incidentals necessary shall be paid for at the contract
unit price per Mgal for “Water for Vegetation”.



COVER CROP SEEDING


Oats or spring wheat seed shall be used April through July and winter wheat
seed shall be used
August through November.


For Grading and Interim Surfacing (PCCP or CRCP) projects
the
following
paragraph

shall be used.


Additional cover crop seeding may be used on this project as a temporary
erosion control measure for disturbed earthen areas other t
han what is
described in
Section 730.3 D. of
the
standard specifications
. The actual limits
and use of additional cover crop seeding shall be determined by the Engineer
during construction. The additional quantity of cover crop seeding was
estimated at 25% of the disturbed areas outside the areas described in
Section 730.3 D.
of the standard specifications
.


OR


For
G
rading

projects the
following
paragraph
shall be used.


Cover crop seeding may be used on this project as a temporary erosion
control measure. The quantity of cover crop seeding was estimated at 25% of
the disturbe
d earthen areas. The actual limits and use of cover crop seeding
shall be determined by the Engineer during construction
.



SURFACE ROUGHENING


Surface roughening shall be done after topsoil placement and before
permanent seeding
, fertilizing,

and mulching

applications. Refer to Standard
Plate 734.25 for details.



TABLE OF SURFACE ROUGHENING



Station to


Station


L/R

Area

(Acre)

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

xx.x

xx
+
xx

xxx
+
xx

X

xx.x







Total:


.0



MULCHING (GRASS HAY OR STRAW)



PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
6

D#

TOTAL

SHEETS


Bales with noxious weed contamination will be rejected and the Contractor
will be required to remove the contaminated bales from the project.


An additional xx tons of Grass Hay or Straw Mulch has been added to the
Estimate of Quantities for temporary eros
ion control on areas determined by
the Engineer during construction.





PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
7

D#

TOTAL

SHEETS



HYDRAULIC STRAW MULCH


This note and corresponding bid item should be used as an
alternative to Fiber Mulching. It may also be used as an alternate to
Mulching (Grass Hay/Straw) when
there is a known shortage of grass
hay/or straw mulch because of drought conditions (most likely to
occur west river).


Use the appropriate application rate as it varies depending on degree
of slope. The application rate is similar for both products.
Adjust the
rate in accordance with the Manufacturer’s recommendation.


Hydraulic straw mulch shall be applied to the areas noted in the table.
Hydraulic straw mulch shall not be placed in channels. Hydraulic straw mulch
shall be applied after hydroseeding
and before water for vegetation. Areas
designated for hydraulic straw mulch application do not require a grass hay or
straw mulch application. The application rate is
3,000
pounds

per acre.


All costs for furnishing and applying the hydraulic straw mulch i
ncluding the
manufacturer recommended soil stabilizer or tackifier, hauling, materials,
equipment, labor, and incidentals necessary shall be paid for at the contract
unit price per pound for “Hydraulic Straw Mulch”.


An additional
quantity

of Hydraulic Straw Mulch has been added to the
Estimate of Quantities for erosion control on areas determined by the
Engineer during construction.


The hydraulic straw mulch shall be from the list below or an approved equal:



Product

Manufacturer

HydroStraw,

HydroStraw Guar Plus
Formulation, or

HydroStraw BFM


HydroStraw, LLC

Manteno, IL

Phone: 1
-
800
-
545
-
1755

http://hydrostraw.com


HydroGold

Verdyol

Riverton, Manitoba Canada

Phone: 1
-
866
-
280
-
7327

http://www.bioticearth.com




TABLE OF HYDRAULIC STRAW MULCH



Station to


Station


L/R

Quantity

(Lb)

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

xx
xx

xx
+
xx

xxx
+
xx

X

xx
xx



Additional Quantity:

x
xx







Total:

xx



FIBER MULCHING


Fiber mulch shall be applied in a separate operation following
permanent
seeding.


The fiber mulch products in the

approved products

list contain
tackifier

premixed at a rate of 3% by weight. The designer may
choose to add additional tackifier to the fiber

mulch mix to increase
performance and erosion control by increasing the bonding of the
wood fibers to each other and to the soil.


An additional
2
%
by weight
of tackifier shall be added to the fiber mulch

product selected from the
approved product
list
. If the product selected has
guar gum tackifier included, then the additional
2
%
of
tackifier shall be guar
gum. If the product selected has synthetic tackifier included, then the
additional
2
%
of
tackifier shall be synthetic.


The designer may choose to
vary the application rate of fiber mulch
typically from 2000 pounds per acre to 3000 pounds per acre based
on slope and soil conditions.


Fiber mulch shall be applied at the rate of
2000

pounds per acre.


The Contractor shall allow the fiber mulch to cure
a minimum of 18 hours prior
to watering or any storm event to ensure proper cohesion between the soil
and fiber particles.


All costs for the additional tackifier added to the fiber mulch including labor,
equipment, and materials shall be incidental to the contract unit price per
pound

or ton

for
“Fiber Mulching”.


The fiber mulch provided shall be from the approved product
list. The
approved product list for fiber mulch may be viewed at the following internet
site:


http://sddot.com/business/certification/products/Default.aspx



TABLE OF FIBER MULC
HING


Use the appropriate unit for your project in the table below and
corresponding bid item. Bid items are available with units of either
“Ton”
or

“Lb”.



Station to


Station


L/R

Quantity

(
Ton or Lb
)

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

xx

xx
+
xx

xxx
+
xx

X

xx







Total:

xx



BONDED FIBER MATRIX


B
onded fiber matrix shall be hydraulically applied to the areas listed
in the
table

and any other areas deemed necessary by the Engineer.



The Contractor shall use a bonded fiber matrix from the approved products
list, or

an approved equal.

The approved product list for
bonded
fiber m
atrix

may be viewed at the following internet site:


http://sddot.com/business/certification/products/Default.aspx



TABLE OF BONDED FIBER MATRIX



Station to


Station


L/R

Quantity

(
Ton or Lb
)

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

xx

xx
+
xx

xxx
+
xx

X

xx







Total:

xx



FIBER REINFORCED MATRIX


Use the appropriate
application rate as it varies depending on degree
of slope. The
application rate is similar for both products. Adjust the
rate in accordance with the Manufacturer’s recommendation.


Fiber reinforced matrix shall be applied to the areas noted in the table.
Fiber
reinforced matrix
shall not be placed
in channels. Fiber r
einforced matrix shall
be applied after hydroseeding and before water for vegetation. Areas
designated for fiber reinforced matrix application do not require a grass hay or
straw mulch application. Fiber reinforced matrix is effective upon application
.
The

application rate is
3,000
pounds

per acre.


All costs for furnishing and applying the fiber reinforced matrix including
hauling, materials, equipment, labor, and incidentals necessary shall be paid
for at the contract unit price per pound for

Fiber Reinf
orced Matrix

.


An additional
quantity

of
F
iber
R
einforced
M
atrix has been added to the
Estimate of Quantities for erosion control
on

areas determined by the
Engineer during construction.


The fiber reinforced matrix shall be from the list below:


Product

Manufacturer

Flexterra FGM

or

CocoFlex ET
-
FGM

Profile Products LLC

Buffalo Grove, IL

Phone: 1
-
800
-
508
-
8681

www.profileproducts.com


Flex Guard

Mat, Inc.

Floodwood, MN

Phone:
1
-
888
-
477
-
3028

www.matinc.biz



TABLE OF FIBER REINFORCED MATRIX



Station to


Station


L/R

Area

(Acre)

Quantity

(Lb)

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

xx

xx
+
xx

xxx
+
xx

X

X

xx



Additional Quantity:

xx









Total:

xx






PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
8

D#

TOTAL

SHEETS



SOIL STABILIZER


If soil stabilizer limits are shown in the plans use the following
paragraph and include the Table of Soil Stabilizer.


Soil stabilizer shall be applied on the areas listed in the table and any other
areas deemed necessary by the Engineer
. The soil stabilizer limits shall be
adjusted as necessary by the Engineer during construction.


OR


If soil stabilizer limits are
NOT

shown in the plans use the following
paragraph and do not include the Table of Soil Stabilizer.


An estimated quantity of
xx

acre
s of soil stabilizer has been included in the
Estimate of Quantities. The soil stabilizer shall be applied on permanently
seeded areas and areas
deemed

necessary by the Engineer.


The Contractor shall apply soil stabilizer
according to the manufacturer’s
application instructions

and

at the rate specified in the
list of approved
soil
stabilizers.


Wood fiber mulch
that contains a green dye
shall be mixed with the soil
stabilizer to be used as a tracer when the soil stabilizer

is applied
hydraulically.

Wood fiber mulch shall be added at a rate of 300 pounds per
acre to all of the approved soil stabilizers listed in the table except for the
Pam
-
12 Plus product.

The wood fiber mulch shall be a 100% wood fiber
product and
does not

need
to

contain a tackifier.


All costs for
furnishing and
applying the soil stabilizer

including
wood fiber
mulch,
hauling, materials, equipment, labor,
and
incidentals necessary shall
be
paid for at
the contract unit price per
Acre

for “Soil Stabilizer”
.


The soil stabilizer shall be from the list below or an approved equal:


Product

Manufacturer

StarTak 600

A
pplied at a rate of 150 Lb/Acre


Chemstar Products Company

Minneapolis, MN

Phone:
1
-
800
-
328
-
5037

www.chemstar.com


Pam
-
12 Plus

A
pplied at a rate of:


Slope

N
one to 4:1



1000

Lb/Acre

4
:1
to
3
:1

1000 to 2000

Lb/Acre

3
:1 to
2
:1
2000 to 3000

Lb/Acre


ENCAP, LLC

Green Bay, WI

Phone:
1
-
877
-
405
-
5050

http://professional.encap.net/


M
-
Binder

A
pplied at a rate of 150 Lb/Acre


Ecology Controls

Carpinteria, CA

Phone:
1
-
805
-
684
-
0436

www.ssseeds.com


FiberRX

A
pplied at a
rate of
:


Slope

None to 4:1
50

Lb/Acre

3
:1


60

Lb/Acre

2
:1


70

Lb/Acre

1:1 or steeper 80

Lb/Acre


Hydrostraw, LLC

Manteno, IL

Phone: 1
-
800
-
545
-
1755

http://hydrostraw.com/


Enviropam

Applied at a rate of 9 Lb/Acre

Innovative Turf Solutions, LLC

Cincinnati
, OH

Phone: 1
-
513
-
317
-
8311

www.innovativeturfsolutions.com


HydraTack, Tack
Plus,

Tack
-
P, or Tack
-
P

Plus

Applied at a rate of 30 Lb/Acre

Innovative Turf Solutions, LLC

Cincinnati, OH

Phone: 1
-
513
-
317
-
8311

www.innovativeturfsolutions.com


Fl
-
1045 Hydrobond or

Fl
-
1046 Hydrobond

Applied at a rate of 15 Lb/Acre

JRM Chemical, Inc.

Cleveland, OH

Phone: 1
-
216
-
475
-
8488

www.soilmoist.com


HF5000 Tack

Applied at a rate of 60 Lb/Acre

Rantec Corporation

Ranchester, WY

Phone:
1
-
307
-
655
-
9565

www.ranteccorp.com


R
-
Tack

A
pplied at a rate of 150 Lb/Acre



Rantec Corporation

Ranchester, WY

Phone:
1
-
307
-
655
-
9565

www.ranteccorp.com


SpecTac

A
pplied at

a rate of:


Slope

None




30 to 80

Lb/Acre

4
:1


50 to 100

Lb/Acre

3
:1




8
0 to
120

Lb/Acre

2
:1

100 to 170

Lb/Acre


Rantec Corporation

Ranchester, WY

Phone:
1
-
307
-
655
-
9565

www.ranteccorp.com


Super Tack

A
pplied at a rate of 60 Lb/Acre



Rantec Corporation

Ranchester, WY

Phone:
1
-
307
-
655
-
9565

www.ranteccorp.com


EarthGuard SFM

Applied at a
rate of 60 LB/Acre

(approx. 6 Gallons/Acre)

Terra Novo Inc.

Bakersfield, CA

Phone: 1
-
661
-
747
-
5956

www.terranovo.com



TABLE OF SOIL STABILIZER




Station to


Station


L/R

Quantity

(
Acre
)

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

xx

xx
+
xx

xxx
+
xx

X

xx







Total:

xx



EROSION BALES


Erosion bales for restraining the flow of water and sediment shall be placed at
the locations noted in the table and at locations determined by the Engineer
during construction
.
Refer

to
Standard Plate
734.02 for details.


Bales with noxious weed contamination will be rejected and the Contractor
will be required to remove the contaminated bales from the project.


A quantity of xx Erosion Bales has been
included

in the Estimate of Quantities
for temporary

sediment control in highway ditch channels and as an
alternative to low flow or high flow silt fence at wetland areas adjacent to the
highway.



TABLE OF EROSION BALES



Station


L/R

Quantity

(Each)

xx
+
xx

X

xx

xx
+
xx

X

xx





Total:

0






PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
9

D#

TOTAL

SHEETS



TEMPORARY SEDIMENT BARRIER


Temporary sediment barriers shall be used in areas that require an
increased level of filtration and sediment control. Use the most
appropriate product(s) based on site conditions and delete the
remainder. The designer may
choose to use certain products in
certain areas and must note that in the plans

and table
.


Temporary sediment barriers shall be installed at locations noted in the table
and at locations determined by the Engineer during construction.


All costs for furni
shing, installing, and maintaining the temporary sediment
barrier including hauling, materials, equipment, labor, and incidentals
necessary shall be paid for at the contract unit price per foot for “Temporary
Sediment Barrier”.


An additional quantity of
T
emporary Sediment Barrier

has been added to the
Estimate of Quantities for
erosion and
sediment control

on areas that require
an increased level of filtration and sediment control.


The temporary sediment barriers shall be from the list below or an approve
d
equal:


Product

Manufacturer

ProWattle

Perimeter Guard


ERTEC Environmental Systems LLC

Alameda, CA

Phone:
1
-
8
66
-
521
-
0724

www.ertecsystems.com


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TABLE OF TEMPORARY SEDIMENT BARRIER



Station


L/R


Location

Quantity

(Ft)

xx
+
xx to xx
+
xx

X

X

xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

xx



Additional Quantity:

xx







Total:

0



EROSION CONTROL WATTLE


The estimated quantity of “Remove Sediment” at
e
rosion
c
ontrol

wattle installations shall be computed by taking 0.25’ width X 0.25’
height X the total length of all erosion control wattles and converted to
cubic yards.

A short version is

Remove Sediment


C
u
Y
d

= 0.0023 X
the total length of all erosion control wattle
s.


Erosion control wattles for restraining the flow of runoff and sediment shall be
installed at locations
noted

in the table

and at locations determined by the
Engineer during construction
.
Refer to

S
tandard Plate 734.06
for
details.


The Contractor shall provide certification that the erosion control wattles
do
not
contain noxious weed seeds.


The following paragraph shall be used on projects when the designer
decides that erosion control wattles can remain on the project to
decompose
.


Erosion control wattles shall remain on the project
to decompose
.


The following paragraph shall be used on projects when the designer
decides that erosion control wattles
should be removed from the
project
after

vegetation has been established or remove
d when
determined by the Engineer during construction. The bid item
“Remove Erosion Control Wattle” needs to be included in the
Estimate of Quantities
.


Erosion control wattles shall remain on the project until vegetation has been
established and then they

shall be removed

in accordance with the Engineer
.


The following paragraph shall be used on projects when the designer
decides that some of the erosion control wattles should be removed
from the project after vegetation has been established and other
erosion control wattles are to remain on the project to decompose.
The bid item “Remove Erosion Control Wattle” needs to be included
in the Estimate of Quantities. The estimated quantity of “Remove
Erosion Control Wattle” shall be computed by taking 25% of

the total
length of erosion control wattles.


An estimated quantity of erosion control wattles
shall remain on the project
until vegetation has been established
. It is estimated that some of the erosion
control wattles will remain on the project to decomp
ose.


An additional quantity of 12” Diameter Erosion Control Wattles has been
added to the
Estimate of Quantities for temporary
erosio
n and sediment
control in highway ditch channels

and as an alternative to low flow or high
flow
silt fence at wetland
areas adjacent to the highway.


The
erosion control wattle provided shall
be from the approved product list.
The approved product list for erosion control wattle may be viewed at the
following internet site:


http://sddot.com/business/certification/products/Default.aspx



TABLE OF EROSION CONTROL WATTLE



Station


L/R

Diameter

(Inch)


Location

Quantity

(Ft)

xx
+
xx to xx
+
xx

X

X

X

xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

X

xx




Additional Quantity:

xx









Total:

0



REMOVE AND RESET EROSION CONTROL WATTLE


The estimated quantity of “Remove and Reset Erosion Control
Wattle” shall
be computed by taking 25% of the total length of all
erosion control wattles.


Erosion control wattles may
be removed and reset as necessary as work
progresses. The erosion control wattles removed and reset shall be in
useable condition. All costs for removing and resetting the erosion control
wattles shall be incidental to the contract unit price per foot for
“Remove and
Reset Erosion Control Wattle”.



LOW FLOW SILT FENCE


The low flow silt fence fabric provided shall be from the
approved product
list
.

The approved product list for
l
ow
f
low
s
ilt
f
ence may be viewed at the
following internet site:


http://sddot.com/business/certification/products/Default.aspx


Low flow s
ilt fence shall be placed at the locations noted in the table and at
locations that will minimize siltation of
adjacent streams, lakes, dams, or
drainage areas as determined by the Engineer during construction. Refer to
Standard Plate 734.04 for details.


An additional
quantity

of Low Flow Silt Fence has been added to the Estimate
of Quantities for temporary sediment control.



TABLE OF LOW FLOW SILT FENCE



Station


L/R


Location

Quantity

(Ft)

xx
+
xx to xx
+
xx

X

X

xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

xx



Additional Quantity:

xx







Total:

0






PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
10

D#

TOTAL

SHEETS



HIGH FLOW
SILT FENCE


The high flow silt fence fabric provided shall be from the approved product
list. The approved product list for high flow silt fence may be viewed at the
following internet site:


http://sddot.com/business/certification/products/Default.aspx


High flow s
ilt fence shall be placed at the locations noted in the table and at
locations that will minimize siltatio
n of adjacent streams, lakes, dams, or
drainage areas as determined by the Engineer during construction. Refer to
Standard Plate 734.0
5

for details.


An additional
quantity

of
h
igh
f
low
s
ilt
f
ence has been added to the Estimate
of Quantities for temporary
sediment control.



TABLE OF HIGH FLOW SILT FENCE



Station


L/R


Location

Quantity

(Ft)

xx
+
xx to xx
+
xx

X

X

xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

xx



Additional Quantity:

xx







Total:

0



The estimated quantity of “Repair

Silt Fence


shall be computed by
taking 25% of the total length of all silt fence.



MUCKING SILT FENCE


The
estimated
quantity
of


Mucking Silt Fence


shall be
computed by
taking
25% of the quantity of
0.5 X 15’
w
idth X 1’
h
igh
X

l
ength of all
s
ilt
f
ence

and
converted to cubic yards
.

A short version is

Mucking
Silt Fence


C
u
Y
d

= 0.0
694

X the total length of all
s
ilt
f
ence
.


Mucking silt fence shall consist of removing muck trapped by the silt fence
and spreading the material evenly over the adjacent area to
conform to the
existing grade
.



REMOVE SILT FENCE


The estimated quantity
of


Remove Silt Fence


shall be computed by
taking 25% of the total length of all silt f
ence
.


Silt fence shall be removed when vegetation is established
.
Some or all of the
silt fe
nce may be left on the project until vegetation is established.



FLOATING SILT CURTAIN


Floating silt curtains shall be installed at locations noted in the table and at
locations determined by the Engineer during construction.


The Contractor shall determ
ine the water depth
and other waterway
characteristics such as stream flow velocity
and seek technical advice from
the manufacturer
before ordering the floating silt curtain

so that the floating
silt curtain installed is the correct type for the individual

sites
.


The Contractor shall install the floating silt
curtain
according to the
manufacturer’s installation instructions or as directed by the Engineer.


The Contractor shall maintain the floating silt curtains for the duration of the
project to ensure co
ntinuous protection of the waterway.


A list of known manufacturers of
f
loating
s
ilt
c
urtain is shown below for
information
al

purpose. Contractors may
also
use
Engineer approved
f
loating
s
ilt
c
urtain from manufacturers that are not included in the list.


ABASCO
,

LLC

Houston, TX

Phone:
1
-
800
-
242
-
7745

www.abasco.net


A
er
-
Flo, Inc.

Bradenton,
FL

Phone:
1
-
800
-
8
2
3
-
7356

www.aerflo.com


American Boom and Barrier Corp.

Cape Canaveral,
FL

Phone: 1
-
800
-
843
-
2110

www.abbcoboom.com


ENVIRO
-
USA, LLC

Cocoa, FL

Phone: 1
-
321
-
222
-
9551

www.enviro
-
usa.com


Elastec/American Marine, Inc.

Carmi, IL

Phone:
1
-
618
-
382
-
2525

www.turbiditycurtains.com


Geo
-
Synthetics, LLC (GSI)

Waukesha, WI

Phone: 1
-
800
-
444
-
5523

www.geosynthetics.com


Parker Systems, Inc.

Chesapeake, V
A

Phone: 1
-
866
-
472
-
7537

www.parkersystemsinc.com




TABLE OF FLOATING SILT CURTAIN



Station to


Station


L/R

Quantity

(Ft)

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

xx

xx
+
xx

xxx
+
xx

X

xx

xx
+
xx

xxx
+
xx

X

xx







Total:

0



TEMPORARY WATER BARRIER


This note and corresponding bid item may be used when a
Temporary Diversion Channel and/or Pipe(s) is in the plans. It is used
to block water from the construction site. It may also be used on other
projects wi
th in
-
stream or box culvert repairs where the construction
site needs to remain
dry or it is anticipated there will be problems with
sedimentation into the waterway.


Temporary water barriers shall be place in a manner that creates the least
amount of dist
urbance. Temporary water barriers are place
d

to keep the work
area dry and separate from the water body. Contaminated water within the
work area c
ollected

by the water barriers shall be removed and treated

in
conformance with the
Dewatering and Sediment Co
llecting
notes and detail
drawings

in the plans
.


All costs for furnishing, installing, maintaining
, and removal of

the temporary
water barrier including hauling, materials, equipment, labor, and incidentals
necessary shall be paid for at the contract unit

price per foot for “Temporary
Water Barrier”.


The temporary
water

barrier shall be from the list below or an approved equal:


Product

Manufacturer

Environmental Barricades


Environmental
Barricades Inc.

Eagle Creek, OR

Phone:
1
-
8
00
-
656
-
1296


Portadam


Portadam, Inc.

Williamstown, NJ

Phone:
1
-
800
-
346
-
4793

www.portadam.com


Aquadam


Water Structures Unlimited

Carlotta, CA

Phone:
1
-
80
0
-
682
-
9283

www.aquadam.com




SEDIMENT

BASIN SKIMMER


This note and corresponding bid item are provided as an option to
drain sediment basins. Skimmers drain the basins from the top where
the cleanest water is located. They are sized according to volume
and how quickly the basin needs to be dr
ained. Refer to the product
website for help with sizing the device.


A skimmer shall be provided for the sediment basin.


The estimated size of the skimmer is
5”
;

however, the sediment basin
skimmer, drain pipe, and connectors shall be appropriately sized

in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.


All costs for
furnishing and installing
the skimmer and the drain pipe it
connects to including materials, labor, and
incidentals necessary shall be
included in the contract unit price per each for
“Sed
iment Basin Skimmer”.


The skimmer shall be from the list below or an approved equal:


Product

Manufacturer

Faircloth Skimmer

J.W. Faircloth and Son Inc.

Hillsborough, NC

Phone:
1
-
919
-
732
-
12
44

www.fairclothskimmer.com







PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
11

D#

TOTAL

SHEETS



TRIANGULAR SILT BARRIER


The designer should choose the most appropriate product for each
situation. GeoRidge, GeoRidge Bio, and Ditch Guard differ from
Triangular Silt Dike in that they do not dam up water but filter and
slow water to cause sedimentation. GeoRidge Bio is biodegradable
over an 18 to 24 month period. Both GeoRidge products should be
installed over erosion control blanket or turf reinforcement mat
;
therefore
,

they
may be better suited

for a
final stabilizatio
n measure
rather than a temporary measure. Ditch Guard and Triangular Silt
Dike do not require an installation of erosion control blanket or turf
reinforcement mat
;
therefore
,

they
may be better suited for temporary
sediment control prior to final stabiliz
ation. Ditch Guard and
GeoRidge products are less likely to be undercut than the Triangular
Silt Dike and may be better suited for concentrated flows while

T
riangular
S
ilt
D
ike may work better as perimeter protection.


The estimated quantity of “Remove Sed
iment” at triangular silt barrier
installations shall be computed by taking 0.25’ width X 0.25’ height X
the total length of all triangular silt barriers and converted to cubic
yards. A short version is “Remove Sediment” CuYd = 0.0023 X the
total length of

all triangular silt barriers.


The estimated quantity of “Remove Triangular Silt Barrier” shall be
computed by taking 25% of the total length of all triangular silt
barriers.



Triangular silt barriers for restraining the flow of water and sediment
shall
be
place
d

at the locations
noted in the
T
able

of Triangular Silt Barrier
and at
locations determined

by the Engineer during construction.

Install
ation

of
each
product
shall be
as recommended by the manufacture
r

and in accordance
with the table shown below:


D
itch

I
nstallation

Grade

(%)

Spacing

(Ft)

2

150

3

100

4

75

5

50


Triangular silt barriers shall be removed when vegetation is established.
Some or all of the triangular silt barriers may be left on the project until
vegetation is established.


An
additional quantity of Triangular Silt Barrier ha
s

been added to the
Estimate of Quantities for temporary sediment control in highway ditch
channels and as an alternative to low flow or high flow silt fence at wetland
areas adjacent to the highway.


Sediment removal, disposal, or necessary shaping shall be as directed by the
Engineer. All costs for removing accumulated sediment, disposal of sediment,
and necessary shaping shall be incidental to the contract unit price per cubic
yard for “Remove Sedime
nt”.


All costs for furnishing and installing the triangular silt barrier including labor,
equipment, and materials shall be incidental to the contract unit price per foot
for “Triangular Silt Barrier”.


All costs for removing the triangular silt barrier
from the project including
labor, equipment, and materials shall be incidental to the contract unit price
per foot for “Remove Triangular Silt Barrier”.


The triangular silt barrier provided shall be from the list shown below or an
approved equal:


Product

Manufacturer

Triangular Silt Dike


Triangular Silt Dike Co., Inc.

Midwest City, OK

Phone: 1
-
800
-
290
-
8473

www.tri
-
siltdike.com


GeoRidge or GeoRidge Bio


Nilex

Centennial, CO

Phone: 1
-
303
-
766
-
2000

www.nilex.com


Ditch Guard

ERTEC Environmental Systems LLC

Alameda, CA

Phone: 1
-
866
-
521
-
0724

www.ertecsystems.com




TABLE OF TRIANGULAR SILT BARRIER



Station


L/R


Location

Quantity

(Ft)

xx
+
xx to xx
+
xx

X

X

xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

xx



Additional Quantity:

xx







Total:

0



EROSION CONTROL BLANKET


Erosion control blanket shall be installed
16

feet wide at the locations noted in
the table and at locations determined by the Engineer during construction.


The erosion control blanket provided shall be from the approved product list.
The approved product list for erosion control blanket may be view
ed at the
following internet site:


http://sddot.com/business/certification/products/Default.aspx


The Contractor shall install erosion control blanket according to the
manufacturer’s installation instructions.


An additional quantity of Type x Erosion Control Blanket has been added to
the Estimate of Quantities for temporary erosion control.



TABLE OF EROSION CONTROL BLANKET



Station to


Station


L/R


Location


Type

Quantity

(SqYd)

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

Ditch Channel

X

xx

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

Backslope

X

xx

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

Inslope

X

xx




Additional Quantity:

X

xx











Total Type 1 Erosion Control Blanket:

0





Total Type 2 Erosion Control Blanket:

0





Total Type 3
Erosion Control Blanket:

0





Total Type 4 Erosion Control Blanket:

0



SHAPING FOR EROSION CONTROL BLANKET


The ditches shall be shaped for the erosion control blanket as specified on
Standard Plate 734.01.


All costs for shaping the ditches for
erosion control blanket including labor
and equipment shall be incidental to the c
ontract unit price per foot for
“S
haping for Erosion Control Blanket”.



TURF REINFORCEMENT MAT


Turf Reinforcement Mat shall be installed at locations shown in the table at
the widths specified, and at locations determined by the Engineer during
construction. The Contractor shall use a turf reinforcement mat from the
approved products list
. The approved product list for turf reinforcement mat
may be viewed
at the following in
ternet site
:


http://sddot.com/business/certification/products/Default.aspx


Installation of the Turf Reinforcement Mat shall be according to the
manufacturer’s installation inst
ructions.



TABLE OF TURF REINFORCEMENT MAT



Station
to


Station


Location


L/R

Width

(Ft)


Type

Quantity

(SqYd)

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

X

X

xx

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

X

X

xx

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

X

X

xx













Total Type 1 Turf Reinforcement Mat:

xx






Total
Type 2 Turf Reinforcement Mat:

xx






Total Type 3 Turf Reinforcement Mat:

xx






PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
12

D#

TOTAL

SHEETS



T
RANSITION MAT


This note and a corresponding bid item should be used as an
alternative to gabions in urbanized areas.



Transition

mat

shall be installed at locations noted in the table and at
locations determined by the Engineer during construction.


Installation of the
transition mat

shall be according to the manufacturer’s
installation instructions.


Turf reinforcement mat, sod, or ge
otextile installed under the
transition mat

shall be paid for separately at the contract unit price for the respective bid
items.


All costs for furnishing and installing the
transition mat
including hauling,
materials, equipment, labor, and incidentals ne
cessary shall be paid for at the
contract unit price per square yard for “
Transition Mat
”.


The
transition mat
shall be one from the list below or an approved equal:


Product

Manufacturer

ScourStop

Landmark Earth Solutions

Ankeny, IA

Phone:
1
-
877
-
99
-
SCOUR

www.scourstop.com




TABLE OF
TRANSITION MAT



Station


L/R


Location

Quantity

(SqYd)

xx
+
xx to xx
+
xx

X

X

xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

xx







Total:

0



CHANNEL LINER


This note

and corresponding bid item should be used when a
concrete
-
lined drainage channel is being replaced or where water will
prevent the successful vegetation of drainage ditches. Examples of
areas where this product may be used include bridge berms to direct
d
rainage from the bridge to the nearest drainage pipe and between
drainage pipes where water is always present. Channel liners may
also be used similar to the Transition Mat except that they shouldn’t
be used in areas where they may be driven over. This ite
m may also
be used to temporarily divert water. Channel liners come in two
shapes: semi
-
circular and trapezoidal. Semi
-
circular comes in 24”
depth and trapezoidal comes in 12” depth and 24” depth. Determine
which size and shape will work best using the inf
ormation provided on
the manufacturer’s site.


Channel liner shall be installed at locations noted in the table and at locations
determined by the Engineer during construction.


Channel liner shall be installed as recommended by the manufacturer.


All cost
s for furnishing and installing the channel liner including hauling,
materials, equipment, labor, and incidentals necessary shall be paid for at the
contract unit price per foot for “Channel Liner”.


The channel liner shall be from the list below or an app
roved equal:


Product

Manufacturer

Smart Ditch

Corporation

Portage, WI

Phone: 1
-
866
-
576
-
2783

www.smartditch.com




TABLE OF CHANNEL LINER



Station


L/R


Location

Quantity

(SqYd)

xx
+
xx to xx
+
xx

X

X

xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

xx







Total:

0



ARTICULATED CONCRETE MATTRESS


Articulated concrete mattresses are typically used for shoreline
protection, stream and river bank stabilization, permanent channel
protection, and scour protection at
bridges and box culverts.


Articulated concrete mattress shall be installed at locations noted in the table
and at locations determined by the Engineer during construction.


Installation of the articulated concrete mattress shall be according to the
manufacturer’s installation instructions.


All costs for furnishing and installing the articulated concrete mattress
including hauling, materials, equipment, labor, and incidentals necessary shall
be paid for at the contract unit price per square yard for
“Articulated Concrete
Mattress”.


The articulated concrete mattress on this project shall be one from the list
below or an approved equal:


Product

Manufacturer

Cable Concrete

Royal Erosion Control Systems, LLC

Stacy, MN

Phone: 1
-
800
-
817
-
3240

www.royalenterprises.net




TABLE OF ARTICULATED CONCRETE MATTRESS



Station


L/R


Location

Quantity

(SqYd)

xx
+
xx to xx
+
xx

X

X

xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

xx

xx
+
xx

X

X

xx







Total:

0



TEMPORARY
SLOPE DRAIN


Temporary slope drains shall be installed at locations noted in the table and
at locations determined by the Engineer during construction.
Refer to

Standard Plate 734.16
for
details.



TABLE OF TEMPORARY SLOPE DRAIN



Station to


Station


L/R

Diameter

(Inch)

Quantity

(Ft)

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

x

xx

xx
+
xx

xxx
+
xx

X

x

xx









Total 12” Temporary Slope Drain:
=
=
=
=
=
Total 18” Temporary Slope Drain:
=
=
=
=
=
Total 21” Temporary Slope Drain:
=
=


a
=
=
=
Total 24” Temporary Slope Drain:
=
=
=
=
=
Total 30”
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=
=
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CUT INTERCEPTOR DITCH


The Contractor shall cut interceptor ditches at the locations noted in the table
and at locations determined by the Engineer during construction.
Refer to
Standard Plate 734.15
for details.



TABLE OF CUT
INTERCEPTOR DITCH



Station to


Station


L/R

Quantity

(Ft)

xx
+
xx

xx
+
xx

X

xx

xx
+
xx

xxx
+
xx

X

xx







Total:

0






PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
13

D#

TOTAL

SHEETS



ROCK CHECK DAM


The
light orange

text

shall be replaced with the appropriate rock size,
type, and other information as determined by the hydraulics section of
the Bridge Design Office. The drainage area, slope, and necessary
cross sections shall be provided to the Hydraulics Section in the
Of
fice of Bridge
D
esign

for determining the rock size.


The rock for the rock check dam shall be
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.

The rock check
dam shall be constructed to the limits shown on Standard Plate 734.03. All
costs for constructing the rock check dam including
labor, equipment,
excavation, and rock shall be incidental to the contract unit price per cubic
yard for “Rock Check Dam

.



INTERIM SEDIMENT CONTROL AT INLETS
, MANHOLES, AND
JUNCTION BOXES

AFTER SURFACING REMOVAL AND
BEFORE
PLACEMENT

OF SURFACING


Th
is pl
an
note
should be used when there is grading adjacent to
inlets, manholes, and junction boxes.

A detail sheet should
accompany the plan notes to show how the sediment is controlled at
the inlets, manholes, and junction boxes.


The estimated quantity of “Re
move Sediment” at inlets, manholes,
and junction boxes after surfacing removal and before placement of
surfacing shall be
estimated at 0.25
cubic yards

per inlet
.


Refer to Standard Plate 734.05 for details of installation of high flow silt fence
at drop
inlets, manholes, and junction boxes.


The high flow silt fence fabric provided shall be from the approved product
list. The approved product list for high flow silt fence may be viewed at the
following internet site:


http://sddot.com/business/certification/products/Default.aspx


In addition, the Contractor shall do the following for this installation:




A space of at least 1’ shall be
provided

between the silt fence
installation and the inlet. This space shall be filled completely with a
2” depth of aggregate, 2” minus or smaller.



The top elevation of the silt fence shall be such that a 12” horizontal
flap of silt fence will remain at the botto
m.



The base of the silt fence shall conform to the natural ground profile
but does not need to be trenched in at the bottom.



The extra 12” of the silt fence material may be cut so that the material
will lay flat upon the subgrade.



Sediment
f
ilter
b
ags shal
l be placed on the 12” flap around the
perimeter of the silt fence installation. The
s
ediment
f
ilter
b
ags shall
overlap 6” at the ends and be placed tightly together.



The
s
ediment
f
ilter
b
ags shall be filled with clean aggregate 2” minus
or smaller.


Sedim
ent Filter Bag

Product


Manufacturer

Snake Bag

Sacramento Bag Manufacturing Co.

Sacramento, CA

Phone: 1
-
800
-
287
-
2247

www.sacbag.com


The sediment filter bag shall be the Snake Bag from Sacramento Bag
Manufacturing Company or
an
approved equal.


All costs for furnishing and installing the
s
ediment
f
ilter
b
ags shall be
incidental to the contract unit price per foot for

Sediment Filter Ba
g.



All costs for removing the
s
ediment
f
ilter
b
ags shall be incidental to the
contract unit price per foot for “Remove Sediment Filter Bag”.


Payment for
h
igh
f
low
s
ilt
f
ence shall be as stated in Section 734.5 of the
Standard Specifications.


All costs for furnishing, installing, and removing the 2” depth of aggregate
shall be incidental to other erosion
and sediment
control bid items.


All costs for removing and disposing of sediment collected by the sediment
control device shall be incidental

to the contract unit price per cubic yard for
“Remove Sediment”.


The removed sediment shall be placed at a location away from the drop inlet
where the sediment will not be washed back into the drop inlet or other storm
sewer system.


The Contractor and E
ngineer shall inspect and maintain the sediment control
device once every week and within 24 hours after every rainfall event greater
than 1/2”.



TABLE OF INTERIM SEDIMENT CONTROL AT INLETS, MANHOLES, AND
JUNCTION BOXES
AFTER SURFACING REMOVAL AND
BEFORE
PLACEMENT OF SURFACING




Station



L/R

High Flow

Silt

Fence

Quantity

(Ft)

Sediment

Filter

Bag

Quantity

(Ft)

Remove

Sediment

Quantity

(CuYd)

xx
+
xx

X

xx

xx

x

xx
+
xx

X

xx

xx

x







Totals:

0

0

0






PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
14

D#

TOTAL

SHEETS


SEDIMENT CONTROL AT
INLETS WITH FRAMES AND GRATES


This plan note should be used where sediment collection/control is
necessary on project types such as: grading, resurfacing, chip seals,
joint repair, sidewalk replacement, sidewalk repair, and others as
necessary.


This type of sediment control device should be used where there is pavement
in the vicinity of the drop inlets and
storm

water
or sediment could possibly
enter the frame and grate
.

Sediment Control at Inlets with Frame and Grates

shall be installed prior t
o working

in the vicinity of
the
drop inlets
.


The Contractor shall
be responsible for maintaining and repairing the
sediment control
device
s

for the duration of the project for which sediment
control measures are required.

Maintenance shall be scheduled t
o prevent
storm
water
from

back
ing

up into the driving lane.



Sediment C
ontrol at
I
nlets with
F
rames and
G
rates


will be paid for one time
at each location, regardless of the number of times the sediment control
devices are installed, inspected, cleaned,
removed, repaired, or replaced. All
costs associated with furnishing, installing, inspecting, maintaining, cleaning,
sediment removal
,

and repairing
S
ediment
C
ontrol at Inlets with Frames and
Grates shall be incidental to the contract unit price per each f
or

S
ediment

C
ontrol

at

I
nlet

with

F
rame

and
G
rate

.


Sediment collection device
s

shall be:



A commercial made sediment collection device from the “Sediment Control
at Inlet with Frame and Grate”
list

or an approved equal. The device shall
be installed in reinforced concrete drop inlets according to the
manufacturer’s recommendations.


The following
light orange

text may be added to allow Standard Plate
734.10 for projects where ALL locations meet the following
conditions:



The project is small and/or short
-
term.



There is little or no soil disturbance surrounding the inlet.



The average precipitation for the area i
s less than 2.5” for the
month(s) of construction.

(For average monthly precipitation refer to:

http://climate.sdstate.edu/archives/data/pptnormals.shtm
)


OR



A sediment control devi
ce as shown on Standard Plate 734.10. Filter fabric
used for constructing the sediment control at inlets with frames and grates
shall be the same type of fabric that is used in high flow silt fence from the
approved
product

list. The approved product list
may be viewed at the
following internet site:


http://sddot.com/business/certification/products/Default.aspx


Sediment Control at Inlet with Frame and Grate

Approved List:

Product



Manufacturer

InfraSafe Debris Collection
Device with filter sock

Royal Environmental Systems, Inc.

Stacy, MN

Phone:


1
-
800
-
817
-
3240

www.
royalenterprises.net


Dandy Curb Sack

Dandy
Products Inc.

Dublin, OH

Phone: 1
-
800
-
591
-
2284

www.dandyproducts.com


Silt Trapper

Storm Water Solutions

Lakeville, MN

Phone:

1
-
952
-
461
-
4376

www.
silttrapper.com


DIP Basket

Skyview Construction Co., LLC

Waubay, SD

Phone:


1
-
605
-
520
-
0555

www.skyviewconst.com


FLEXSTORM Inlet Filters

Inlet and Pipe Protection, Inc.

Naperville, IL

Phone: 1
-
866
-
287
-
8655

www.inletfilters.com


GR
-
8 Guard

or

Combo Guard

E
R
TEC Environmental Systems LLC

Alameda, CA

Phone: 1
-
866
-
521
-
0724

www.ertecsystems.com


Sediment Catchers

Shaun
Jensen

Brookings, SD

Phone: 1
-
605
-
690
-
4950

Grate FX, Slammer, or VertPro

Enviroscape ECM, Ltd.

Oakwood, OH

Phone: 1
-
419
-
594
-
3210

www.strawblanket.com


BX Inlet Sediment Boxes

BX Civil and Construction

Dell
Rapids, SD

Phone: 1
-
605
-
428
-
5483

bx
-
cc.com




TABLE OF SEDIMENT CONTROL AT INLETS WITH FRAMES AND
GRATES



Station


L/R

Quantity

(Each)

xx
+
xx

X

x

xx
+
xx

X

x

xx
+
xx

X

x

xx
+
xx

X

x





Total:

0



SEDIMENT CONTROL AT
TYPE S REINFORCED CONCRETE DROP
INLETS


The sediment control device provided shall be from the list shown below.
Refer to
Standard Plate 734.11
for details.


Product

Manufacturer

Dandy Curb

Dandy Products Inc.

Dublin, OH

Phone: 1
-
800
-
591
-
2284

www.dandyproducts.com


Gutterbuddy

ACF Environmental

Richmond, VA

Phone: 1
-
800
-
448
-
3636

www.acfenvironmental.com


SS
-
300

Silt
-
Saver, Inc.

Conyers, GA

Phone:
1
-
888
-
382
-
7458

www.siltsaver.com


Curb Inlet Guard

ECTEC Environmental Systems LLC

Alameda, CA

Phone: 1
-
866
-
521
-
0724

www.ertecsystems.com




TABLE OF SEDIMENT CONTROL

AT TYPE S REINFORCED CONCRETE
DROP INLETS



Station


L/R

Clear Opening
Width (Ft)

Quantity*

(Ft)

xx
+
xx

X

5

7

xx
+
xx

X

10

12

xx
+
xx

X

5

7

xx
+
xx

X









Total:

0

*

Quantity shown is the minimum length required and shall be the basis
of
payment.



DEWATERING AND SEDIMENT COLLECTING


The plans should include details for the dewatering and sediment
collection system.


The Contactor has the option to treat sediment laden water trapped within the
project limits with the
DEWATERING AND SEDIMENT COLLECTION
SYSTEM
as detailed on sheet
x

of
x
, or the Contractor may elect to transport
s
ediment laden water off the project.


If the Contractor elects to transport sediment laden water off the project, no
additional payment for loa
ding, transporting, and labor costs will be made.
Water transported off the project limits shall not be disposed of in an area
where it can enter a waterway. The disposal site must be approved by the
Engineer.






PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

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SHEETS



STREET SWEEPING


Vehicle tracking of sediment from the construction site shall be minimized.
Street sweeping shall be used if
erosion and sediment control best
management practices
are not adequate to prevent sediment from being
tracked onto the street.


The Contractor sha
ll use a pickup broom having integral self
-
contained
storage to clean the roadway. The pickup broom used shall be a minimum of
6 feet wide and have working gutter brooms.


At a minimum, sweeping will be required:

1.

Prior to opening any segment or roadway to
traffic.

2.

Following pavement grooving operations and prior to the application of
the pavement marking tape.

3.

When sawing operations are underway in the inside driving lanes, the
outside driving lanes and gutter may need to be swept to control dust.


All cost
s for cleaning the roadway with a pickup broom shall be incidental to
the contract unit price per hour for “Sweeping
”.



CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE


Th
is
plan

note and the SDDOT Construction Entrance plan note and
detail
should
be included in the plans when
there is a potential for
mud tracking onto paved roadways during any construction
operations.


The Contractor shall install a Construction Entrance
at locations where there
is a potential for mud tracking and sediment flow from the construction site
and wo
rk area onto a paved public roadway.


It is the Contractor’s option to use the SDDOT Construction Entrance (See
SDDOT Construction Entrance notes and details), a product from the list
provide
d

in these notes, or
other

product
s

or process
es

as
approved by t
he
Engineer during construction.


If the Contractor elects to use one of the products listed in the

table
, then the
Contractor
shall install the construction entrance product
in accordance with
the
manufacturer’s installation instructions or as directed by

the Engineer.


T
he Contractor shall maintain the construction entrance such that mud
tracking and sediment flow will not enter the roadway or adjacent drainage
areas.

The construction entrance shall be routinely inspected and the
Contractor shall repair o
r replace material as deemed necessary by the
Engineer.


All cost
s

for

furnishing,

installing, maintaining, and removal of the construction
entrance
including equipment, labor, materials
, and incidentals

shall be
inc
luded in the contract unit price per eac
h for “Construction Entrance”.


The following table is a
list of
known
construction entrance products

available
for use:


Product

Manufacturer

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(10’ width and 24’ length required)
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Th
is
plan

note and the
related
detail shall be included in the plans
when the Con
s
truction Entrance note is provided in the plans.


If the SDDOT Constr
uction Entrance is utilized, then the

Contractor shall
install
the SDDOT Construction Entrance
in accordance with these notes and
the
detail

drawing
s
.


Pit run material shall be obtained from a granular source and shall conform to
the following gradation:


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ranular
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aterial will need to be periodically removed
and replaced as it becomes inundated with mud and

sediment
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The
MSE
geotextile shall conform to
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ection 831
of the Standard
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MSE
geotextile shall

be on the Approved Products List for
this material or will be certified by the supplier to meet this specification prior
to installation.


The
MSE
geotextile should be kept as taut as possible prior to placing.


Equipment shall not be allowed on the
MSE
geotextile until the first lift of
granular material is in place.


All seams in the
MSE
geotextile shall be overlapped at least 2


and shingled.






PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
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D#

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SHEETS


STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN

CHECKLIST

(The numbers right of the title headings are
reference numbers

to the
GENERAL PERMIT FOR STORM WATER DISCHARGES ASSOCIATED
WITH CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES





S䥔E⁄ S䍒CPT䥏N

(㐮4‱)



Project Li
mits: See Title Sheet

(4.2 1.b)



Project Description: See Title Sheet

(4.2 1.a.)



Site Map(s): See Title Sheet and Plans

(4.2 1.f. (1)
-
(6))



Major Soil Disturbing Activities
(check all that apply)



Clearing and grubbing



Excavation/borrow



Gra
ding and shaping



Filling



Cutting and filling



Other (describe):



Total Project Area







(4.2 1.b.)



Total Area To Be Disturbed







(4.
2 1.b.)



Existing Vegetative Cover (%)









Soil Properties:
AASHTO Soil
or USDA
-
NRCS Soil Series

Classification







(4.2 1. d.)



Name of Receiving Water Body/Bodies







(4.2 1.e.)




ORDER OF CONSTRUCT
I
ON ACTIVITIES
(4.2 1.c.)

(Stabilization measures shall be initiated as soon as possible, but in no
case later than 14 days after the construction
activity in that portion of
the site has temporarily or permanently ceased. Initiation of final or
temporary stabilization may exceed the 14
-
day limit if earth disturbing
activities will be resumed within 21 days.)



Special sequencing requirements (
see shee
t).








Install stabilized construction entrance(s).



Install perimeter protection where runoff sheets from the site.



Install channel and ditch bottom protection.



Clearing and gru
bbing.



Remove and store topsoil.



Stabilize disturbed areas.



Install utilities, storm sewers, curb and gutter.



Install inlet and culvert protection
after
completing storm
drainage and other utility installation
s
.



Complete final grading.



Complete final pavin
g and sealing of concrete.



Complete traffic control installation and protection devices.



Reseed areas disturbed by removal activities
.




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(Check all that apply)




Stabilization Practices

(See Detail Plan Sheets)




Temporary

Seeding (Cover Crop Seeding)




P
ermanent
S
eeding




Sodding




Planting
(Woody Vegetation for Soil Stabilization)




Mulching (
Grass Hay or
S
traw)




Hydraulic
Mulch

(Wood Fiber Mulch)




Soil Stabilizer




Bonded Fiber Matrix




Erosion
C
ontrol
B
lankets or
M
ats




Vegetation
B
uffer
S
trips




Roughened
S
urface (e.g. tracking)




Dust Control




Other
:












Structural Temporary Erosion and Sediment Controls




Silt Fence




Floating Silt Curtain




Straw Bale Check




Temporary
B
erm




Temporary
S
lope
D
rain




Straw
W
attles or
R
oll
s




Turf Reinforcement Mat




Rip Rap




Gabions




Rock
C
heck
D
ams




Sediment Traps/Basins




Inlet
P
rotection




Outlet
P
rotection




Surface
I
nlet
P
rotection

(Area Drain)




Curb
I
nlet
P
rotection




Stabilized
C
onstruction
E
ntrances




Entrance/Exit Equipment Tir
e Wash




Interceptor Ditch




Concrete Washout Area




Temporary Diversion Channel




Work Platform




Temporary Water Barrier




Temporary Water Crossing




Other
:








Wetland Avoidance

Will c
onstruction and
/
or erosion and sediment controls impinge on
regulated wetlands
?

Yes

No

I
f

yes
,

the structur
al

and erosion
and sediment controls have been included in the total project wetland
impacts

and have been included in the 404 permit process with the
USACE.



Storm

W
ater Management

(4.2 2.b., (1) and (2))

Storm water management will be handled by temporary controls
outlined in
“EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROLS”
above,

and any
permanent controls need
ed to meet permanent storm water
management needs in the post construction period. Permanent
controls will be shown on the plans and noted as permanent.



Other Storm Water Controls

(4.2 2.c., (1) and (2))



Waste Disposal

All
liquid
waste materials will be collected and stored in
sealed
metal containers approved by the project engineer. All trash and
construction
debris from the site will be deposited in the approved
containers. Containers will be serviced as necessary
,

and the
trash
will be hauled to an approved disposal site or licensed
landfill. All onsite personnel will be instructed in the proper
procedures for waste disposal
,

and notices stating proper
practices will be posted in the field office. The general
contractor

s represe
ntative responsible for the conduct of work on
the site will be responsible for seeing waste disposal procedures
are followed.



Hazardous Waste

All hazardous waste materials will be disposed of in a manner
specified by local or state regulations or by the

manufacturer.
Site personnel will be instructed in these practices, and the
individual designated as the contractor’s on
-
site representative
will be responsible for seeing that these practices are followed.



Sanitary Waste

Portable sanitary facilities wil
l be provided on all construction
sites. Sanitary waste will be collected from the portable units in a
timely manner by a licensed waste management contractor or as
required by any local regulations.








Maintenance and Inspection (4.2 3. and 4.2 4.)



Main
tenance and Inspection Practices



Inspections will
be conducted at least one time per week and
after a storm event of 0.50 inches or greater.



All controls will be maintained in good working order. Necessary
repairs will be initiated within 24 hours of the
site inspection
report.



Silt fence will be inspected for depth of sediment and for tears in
order to ensure the fabric is securely attached to the posts and
that the posts are well anchored.

Sediment buildup will be
removed from the silt fence when it reac
hes
1
/
3

of the height of
the silt fence.



Sediment basins and traps will be checked. Sediment will be
removed when depth reaches approximately 50 percent of the
structure’s capacity, and at the conclusion of the construction.



Check dams will be inspected fo
r stability. Sediment will be
removed when depth reaches ½ the height of the dam.



All seeded areas will be checked for bare spots, washouts, and
vigorous growth free of significant weed infestations.



Inspection and maintenance reports will be prepared on f
orm
DOT 298 for each site inspection, this form will also be used to
document changes to the SWPPP. A copy of the completed
inspection form will be filed with the SWPPP documents.



The
SDDOT Project Engineer and
contractor’s site
superintendent
are responsi
ble for inspections. M
aintenance,

repair activities

are the responsibility of the contractor. The
SDDOT Project Engineer will complete the

inspection and
maintenance reports

and distribute copies per the distribution
instructions on DOT 298.




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-
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(㌮3)

The following non
-
storm water discharges are anticipated during the
course of this project (check all that apply).




Discharges from water line flushing.




Pavement wash
-
water, where no spills or leaks of toxic or
hazardous materials h
ave occurred.




Uncontaminated ground water associated with dewatering
activities.




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The following materials or substances are expected to be pre
sent on the
site during the construction period. These materials will be handled as
noted under the
headings “EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROLS” and
“SPILL PREVENTION” (check

all that apply).



C
oncrete and Portland
C
ement



Detergents




Paints



Metals



Bituminous Materials



Petroleum Based Products



Cleaning Solvents



Wood



Cure



Texture



Chemical Fertilizers



Other
:











PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

D
17

D#

TOTAL

SHEETS




Spill
Prevention (4.2 2.c.(2)
)



Material Management



Housekeeping



Only needed products will be stored on
-
site by the contractor.



Except for bulk materials the contractor will store all materials
under cover and in appropriate containers.



Products must be stored i
n original containers and labeled.



Material mixing will be conducted in accordance with the
manufacturer’s recommendations.



When possible, all products will be completely used before
properly disposing of the container off site.



The manufacturer’s directio
ns for disposal of materials and
containers will be followed.



The contractor’s site superintendent will inspect materials
storage areas regularly to ensure proper use and disposal.



Dust generated will be controlled in an environmentally safe
manner.



Vegeta
tion areas not essential to the construction project will
be preserved and maintained as noted on the plans.




Hazardous Materials



Products will be kept in original containers unless the
container is not resealable.



Original labels and material safety data

sheets will be
retained in a safe place to relay important product
information.



If surplus product must be disposed of, manufacturer’s label
directions for disposal will be followed.



Maintenance and repair of all equipment and vehicles
involving oil chang
es, hydraulic system drain down, de
-
greasing operations, fuel tank drain down and removal, and
other activities which may result in the accidental release of
contaminants will be conducted on an impervious surface and
under cover during wet weather to prev
ent the release of
contaminants onto the ground.



Wheel wash water will be collected and allowed to settle out
suspended solids prior to discharge. Wheel wash water will
not be discharged directly into any storm water system or
storm water treatment system.



Potential pH
-
modifying materials such as: bulk cement,
cement kiln dust, fly ash, new concrete washings, concrete
pumping,
residuals from concrete saw cutting (either wet or
dry),
and mixer washout waters

will be collected on site and
managed to prevent
contamination of storm water runoff.




Product Specific Practices (6.8)




Petroleum Products

All on
-
site vehicles will be monitored for leaks and receive regular
preventive maintenance to reduce the chance of leakage.
Petroleum products will be stored in
tightly sealed containers
which are clearly labeled.



Fertilizers

Fertilizers will be applied only in the amounts specified by the
SDDOT. Once applied, fertilizers will be worked into the soil to
limit the exposure to storm water. Fertilizers will be stored

in an
enclosed area. The contents of partially used fertilizer bags will
be transferred to sealable containers to avoid spills.



Paints

All containers will be tightly sealed and stored when not required
for use. The excess will be disposed of according to
the
manufacturer’s instructions and any applicable state and local
regulations.



Concrete Trucks

Contractors will provide designated truck washout areas on the
site. These areas must be self contained and not connected to
any storm water outlet of the site.

Upon completion of
construction washout areas will be properly stabilized.



Spill Control Practices
(4.2 2 c.(2
)
)

In addition to the previous housekeeping and management practices,
the following practices will be followed for spill prevention and
cleanup i
f needed.



For all hazardous materials stored on site, the manufacturer’s
recommended methods for spill clean up will be clearly posted.
Site personnel will be made aware of the procedures and the
locations of the information and cleanup supplies.



Appropri
ate cleanup materials and equipment will be maintained
by the contractor in the materials storage area on
-
site. As
appropriate, equipment and materials may include items such as
b
r
ooms, dust pans, mops, rags, gloves, goggles, kitty litter, sand,
sawdust, a
nd plastic and metal trash containers specifically for
clean up purposes.



All spills will be cleaned immediately after discovery and the
materials disposed of properly.



The spill area will be kept well ventilated and personnel will wear
appropriate protect
ive clothing to prevent injury from contact with
a hazardous substance.



After a spill a report will be prepared describing the spill, what
caused it, and the cleanup measures taken. The spill prevention
plan will be adjusted to include measures to prevent
this type of
spill from reoccurring, as well as clean up instructions in the event
of reoccurrences.



The contractor’s site superintendent, responsible for day
-
to
-
day
operations, will be the spill prevention and cleanup coordinator.


The c
ontractor is respo
nsible for ensuring that the site
superintendent has had appropriate training for hazardous
materials handling, spill management, and cleanup.



Spill Response
(4.2 2 c
.(2)
)

The primary objective in responding to a spill is to quickly contain the
material(s)

and prevent or minimize migration into storm water runoff
and conveyance systems. If the release has impacted on
-
site storm
water, it is critical to contain the released materials on
-
site and
prevent their release into receiving waters. If a spill of poll
utants
threatens storm water or surface water at the site, the spill response
procedures outlined below must be implemented in a timely manner
to prevent the release of pollutants.



The contractor’s site superintendent will be notified immediately
when a sp
ill or the threat of a spill is observed. The
superintendent will assess the situation and determine the
appropriate response.



If spills represent an imminent threat of escaping erosion and
sediment controls and entering receiving waters, personnel will
be

directed to respond immediately to contain the release and
notify the superintendent after the situation has been stabilized.



Spill kits containing appropriate materials and equipment for spill
response and cleanup will be maintained by the contractor at
the
site.



If oil sheen is observed on surface water (e.g. settling ponds,
detention ponds, swales), action will be taken immediately to
remove the material causing the sheen. The contractor will use
appropriate materials to contain and absorb the spill. Th
e source
of the oil sheen will also be identified and removed or repaired as
necessary to prevent further releases.








If a spill occurs the superintendent or the superintendent’s
designee will be responsible for completing the spill reporting
form and f
or reporting the spill to SD DENR.



Personnel with primary responsibility for spill response and clean
up will receive training by the contractor’s site superintendent or
designee. The training must include identifying the location of the
spill kits and oth
er spill response equipment and the use of spill
response materials.



Spill response equipment will be inspected and maintained as
necessary to replace any materials used in spill response
activities.




Spill Notification

In the event

of a spill, the contractor’s site superintendent will make the
appropriate notification(s), consistent with the following procedures:



A release or spill of a regulated substance (includes petroleum and
petroleum products) must be reported to DENR immediat
ely
if any
one of the following

conditions exists:



The discharge threatens or is in a position to threaten the waters
of the state (surface water or ground water).



The discharge causes an immediate danger to human health or
safety.



The discharge exceeds 25

gallons.



The discharge causes a sheen on surface water.



The discharge of any substance that exceeds the ground water
quality standards of ARSD (Administrative Rules of South
Dakota) chapter 74:5
1
:01.



The discharge of any substance that exceeds the surface

water
quality standards of ARSD chapter 74:5
1
:01.



The discharge of any substance that harms or threatens to harm
wildlife or aquatic life.



The discharge of crude oil in field activities under SDCL

(South
Dakota Codified Law
s
)

chapter 45
-
9 is greater than
1 barrel (42
gallons).

To report a release or spill, call DENR at 605
-
773
-
3296 during regular office
hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central time). To report the release after hours, on
weekends or holidays, call State Radio Communications at 605
-
773
-
3231.
Reporti
ng the release to DENR does not meet any obligation for reporting to
other state, local, or federal agencies. Therefore, the responsible person must
also contact local authorities to determine the local reporting requirements for
releases. DENR recommends
that spills also be reported to the National
Response Center at (800) 424
-
8802.




Construction Changes

(4.4)

When changes are made to the construction project that will require
alterations in the temporary erosion controls of the site, the Storm Water
Pollu
tion Prevention Plan (SWPPP) will be amended to provide
appropriate protection to disturbed areas, all storm water structures, and
adjacent waters. The SDDOT Project Engineer will modify the SWPPP
plan (DOT 298) and drawings to reflect the needed changes.
Copies of
changes will be routed per DOT 298. Copies of forms and the SWPPP
will be retained in a designated place for review over the course of the
project.







PROJECT

STATE OF

SOUTH

DAKOTA



SHEET

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18

D#

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SHEETS




CERTIFICATIONS



Certification of Compliance with Federal, State
,

and Local

Regulations

The
Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) for this project
reflects the requirements of all local municipal jurisdictions for storm water
management and sediment and erosion control as established by
ordinance, as well as other state and federal requir
ements for sediment
and erosion control plans, permits, notices or documentation as
appropriate.




South Dakota Department of Transportation


I certify under penalty of law that this document and all attachments were
prepared under my direction or
supervision in accordance with a system
designed to assure that qualified personnel properly gather and evaluate
the information submitted. Based on my inquiry of the person or persons
who manage the system, or those persons directly responsible for
gather
ing the information, the information submitted is, to the best of my
knowledge and belief, true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there
are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the
possibility of fine and impri
sonment fo
r knowing violations.




Authorized Signature (See the General Permit, Section 6.7.1
.C.)




Prime Contractor

This section is to be executed by the General Contractor after the award
of the contract. This section may be executed any time there is a change
i
n the Prime Contractor of the project.


I certify under penalty of law that this document and all attachments
will
be revised or maintained
under my direction or supervision in accordance
with a system designed to assure that qualified personnel properly
gather
and evaluate the information submitted. Based on my inquiry of the
person or persons who manage the system, or those persons directly
responsible for gathering the information, the information submitted is, to
the best of my knowledge and belief, tr
ue, accurate, and complete. I am
aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information,
including the possibility of fine and impri
sonment for knowing violations.





___________________________________________________________

A
uthorized Signature



















CONTACT INFORMATION



Contractor Information
:



Prime Contractor Name:








Contractor Contact Name:








Address:








A
ddress:








City
:











State
:









Zip
:









Office Phone:








Field:











Cell

Phone
:









Fax
:









Erosion Control Supervisor



Name:








Address:








Address:








City
:











State
:









Zip
:









Office Phone:








Field:











Cell

Phone:









Fax
:









SDDOT Project Engineer



Name:








Business Address:








Job Office Location:








City
:











State
:









Zip
:









Office Phone:








Field:











Cell

Phone:









Fax
:









SD
DENR Contact Spill Reporting



Business Hours Monday
-
Friday (605) 773
-
3296



Nights and Weekends (605) 773
-
3231



SD DENR Contact for
H
azardous
M
aterials.



(605) 773
-
3153



National Response Center Hotline



(800) 424
-
8802.