Chapter 10: Prosecution and ProgressAnchor: #BCEFIGJB
Section 1: Workers and EquipmentAnchor: #b100001
In accordance with Article 5.5, "Cooperation of Contractor", the contractor must furnish suitable machinery, equipment, and construction forces for the proper prosecution and completion of the work.Anchor: #i1018117
Ensure that the contractor staffs every project under contract with Department with a Superintendent who is available at all times during the course of the project. The project Superintendent should be named in writing and documented ( Form 2795) by the contractor. If the Superintendent changes at any time during the project, the contractor may update Form 2795 or simply send an email indicating the updated Superintendent. The email must be sent by an authorized signer or the documentation indicating this change must be signed by an authorized signer. In accordance with Article 5.5, the Engineer may suspend work without suspending working day charges for any of the following reasons.
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- The Superintendent is inexperienced with the work being performed and not capable of reading and understanding the contract. Anchor: #TFQNVDSH
- The named project Superintendent is absent during the prosecution of project work. Anchor: #WDMCUMNO
- The Superintendent is unable to receive instructions from the Engineer and to act for the contractor.
Only by written request of the Engineer, contractor employees or representatives may be removed from the work locations when any of the following conditions are determined to exist.
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- Work is not performed in a proper and skillful manner. Anchor: #PESPCLHW
- Employees or representatives are:
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- intemperate, Anchor: #SCAIYLMC
- disorderly, Anchor: #BLXVREGV
- uncooperative, or Anchor: #TAJUULYK
- otherwise objectionable.
The Contractor must maintain a list of Contractor and subcontractor employees who have completed the training required in Chapter 3 of this manual and Item 7 of the Standard Specifications.Anchor: #i1017592
When work is performed at night, the contractor must provide adequate lighting so that:
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- the work can be performed safely, Anchor: #TKYUWKCR
- the work can be adequately inspected, and Anchor: #ODAOEXDW
- traffic can move safely around the work
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Standard 1926.56 has the minimum lighting standards for workers safety. If deemed necessary, the Department has the right to request additional lighting above the minimum in order to facilitate adequate inspection and safe operations of the work. Notify the contractor of failure(s) to comply with these requirements. If the contractor does not correct the identified deficiencies, suspend the work without suspending the working day charges and withhold all future estimates until the contractor complies.
Refer to the Traffic Safety Division's Work Zone Safety and Mobility Guidelines (internal access only) for more information.