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02311 - 02230 Stockpile this additional topsoil with...

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Project Number 1 Section 02311 Heritage May 2003 Rough Grading SECTION 02311 ROUGH GRADING PART 1 GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Includes But Not Limited To 1. Perform rough grading work required to prepare site for construction as described in Contract Documents. B. Related Sections 1. Section 02051 - General Site Construction Requirements 1.2 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Pre-Installation Conference 1. Schedule conference after completion of site clearing but before beginning grading work. 2. Identify benchmark to be used in establishing grades and review Contract Document requirements for grades, fill materials, and topsoil. 3. Examine site to pre-plan procedures for making cuts, placing fills, and other necessary work. PART 2 PRODUCTS 2.1 MATERIALS A. Materials used for fill shall be as specified for backfill in Section 02315 . PART 3 EXECUTION 3.1 PREPARATION A. Before making cuts, remove topsoil over areas to be cut and filled that was not previously removed by stripping specified in Section
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Unformatted text preview: 02230 . Stockpile this additional topsoil with previously stripped topsoil. 3.2 PERFORMANCE A. Site Tolerances 1. Maximum variation from required grades shall be 1 / 10 of one foot. 2. To allow for final finish grades of parking lot and planting areas, rough grade elevations before placing topsoil are -a. Sod Areas - 7 inches below top of walk or curb. b. Seeded Areas And Ground Cover Areas - 6 inches below top of walk or curb. c. Shrub Areas - 15 inches below top of walk or curb B. When existing grade around existing plants to remain is higher than new finish grade, perform regrading by hand. Do not expose or damage shrub or tree roots. C. Compact fills as specified in Section 02315 . D. If soft spots, water, or other unusual and unforeseen conditions affecting grading requirements are encountered, stop work and notify Architect. END OF SECTION...
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