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6/13/11 Specifications Standardized documents that tell the Contractor HOW to construct, build, install, operate, test, evaluate, etc. May be Prescriptive or Performance Prescriptive – explicitly describes every step Performance- provides the end state and guidance but allows for the Contractor to propose means and methods
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6/13/11 Prescriptive Prescriptive – explicitly describes every step Example - how to tighten a bolt The Contractor shall use a metallic wrench appropriate for the bolt size. The Contractor shall affix the wrench to the bolt head, applying clockwise torque. The Contractor shall apply the clockwise torque until the bolt is completely inserted. The Contractor shall continue tightening until the resistance is 100 ft-lbs or better as
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6/13/11 Performance Performance- provides the end state and guidance but allows for the Contractor to propose means and methods Example - how to tighten a bolt The Contractor shall tighten all bolts to least 100 ft- lbs of torque.
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2011 for the course CE 190W taught by Professor G during the Spring '11 term at GWU.

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