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This work consists of cleaning up the project, including roadsides, prior to final acceptance.  Cleanup applies to the area within the ROW not in excess of 50 feet (15 meters) beyond the grading limits.  Within this area, all debris, including fences, fallen timber, logs, guardrail sections and posts, rocks, boulders and all other rubbish will be removed and disposed of as specified.  At the time that project cleanup is taking place, the clean out of all culverts, sewers and drainage structures that contain sediment from the Contractor's operations should also take place (clean out of siltation or debris caused by the Contractor's operations will be at the Contractor's expense).  Refer also to subsection [http://mdotcf.state.mi.us/public/specbook/files/2012/103%20Scope%20of%20Work.pdf 103.07] of the Standard Specifications for Construction for other cleanup items required to take place prior to final acceptance of the project.
 
This work consists of cleaning up the project, including roadsides, prior to final acceptance.  Cleanup applies to the area within the ROW not in excess of 50 feet (15 meters) beyond the grading limits.  Within this area, all debris, including fences, fallen timber, logs, guardrail sections and posts, rocks, boulders and all other rubbish will be removed and disposed of as specified.  At the time that project cleanup is taking place, the clean out of all culverts, sewers and drainage structures that contain sediment from the Contractor's operations should also take place (clean out of siltation or debris caused by the Contractor's operations will be at the Contractor's expense).  Refer also to subsection [http://mdotcf.state.mi.us/public/specbook/files/2012/103%20Scope%20of%20Work.pdf 103.07] of the Standard Specifications for Construction for other cleanup items required to take place prior to final acceptance of the project.
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209
Project Cleanup


GENERAL

This work consists of cleaning up the project, including roadsides, prior to final acceptance. Cleanup applies to the area within the ROW not in excess of 50 feet (15 meters) beyond the grading limits. Within this area, all debris, including fences, fallen timber, logs, guardrail sections and posts, rocks, boulders and all other rubbish will be removed and disposed of as specified. At the time that project cleanup is taking place, the clean out of all culverts, sewers and drainage structures that contain sediment from the Contractor's operations should also take place (clean out of siltation or debris caused by the Contractor's operations will be at the Contractor's expense). Refer also to subsection 103.07 of the Standard Specifications for Construction for other cleanup items required to take place prior to final acceptance of the project.

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MATERIALS

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CONSTRUCTION

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