Statement of Work: Stop Sign Installation
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1.0 - Background
The stop sign at Hollywood Blvd. and Vine St. is old and needs to be replaced.
2.0 - Scope
The project calls for the removal of the old stop sign and replacing it with a new one attached with anti-vandal hardware. The work is to be done by in-house forces.
3.0 - Objectives
The crew will install a new sign from inventory and dispose of the old sign. The existing post at the location is to be reused. The new sign should have a life of at least 15 years.
4.0 - Tasks
- The crew will place work zone traffic control as needed to safely direct travel around the site.
- A temporary stop sign on a portable stand may be used if necessary.
- The old sign will be removed and the sign placed into the Town waste sign storage.
- The new Stop Sign will be attached to the post as described below.
- New 30” Stop Sign (R1-1) with Hi-Intensity prismatic sheeting.
- Tough-nut anti-vandal bolts (2) will be used to attach the sign.
- 2” square washer shall be placed behind the sign in front of the post.
- Traffic control and any temporary signs will be removed once the new sign is in place.
5.0 - Delivery
Upon completion, the crew supervisor should document the sign installation using a sign inventory form. A picture of the sign from the front and back should also be taken and filed. The crew supervisor shall also document the time to complete the work and include equipment and materials used.
6.0 - Place of Performance
The sign to be replaced is the one at the southwest corner of Hollywood and Vine (stopping the traffic on Vine Street).
7.0 - Period of Performance
The work is schedule for Monday, July 21, 2014.
8.0 - Costs
Based upon previous sign installations, the cost of the sign is $178.