bollards will be constructed of primed six inch (6")
diameter schedule 40 steel pipe at seven foot (7') lengths.
Holes will be marked and augured in the appropriate predesignated
locations. Three feet (3') of the pipe will be sunken
into the ground and leveled. The remaining hole and inner
pipe will be filled with concrete. The steel will then
be cleaned and painted with traffic yellow paint.
We will furnish and install new "recycled" Rubber
wheelstops. The wheelstops are 6'0" long, 6"
wide and 5" high weighing approximately 55 pounds.
The wheelstops will be accurately located and pinned to
the pavement using steel pins. Precast
Concrete Wheelstops: We will furnish and install
new precast conrete wheelstops. The wheelstops are 7'0"
long, 9" wide and 7" high weighing approximately
325 pounds. The wheelstops willl be accurately located
and pinned to the pavement using 5/8" diameter steel
pins 14" in length.
Preformed Rubber Speedbump
Installation: In the specified exit roadway locations
new recycled rubber speedbumps will be installed. Each
6' section is 11" wide and 2.5" high and will
be pinned to the pavement. Each speedbump has integral
reflectors for higher visibility. The 6' sections will
be staggered to create maximum traffic awareness with
a minimum interference with the existing storm water drainage. Asphalt Speedbump Installation: In the
specified locations new asphalt speedbumps will be installed.
Using a pavement grinding machine the existing pavement
will be ground out to a minimum depth of 1.5" to
provide an "inset" for the speedbump. The grindings
and loose material will be cleaned up and disposed of
off-site. A coating of liquid asphalt emulsion (tack)
will be placed to enhance the bonding of the new asphalt.
New hot, plant mixed asphalt surface will be installed
to provide a bump of 2" to 2.5" elevation above
the existing pavement surface. The design will provide
an incline, a flat top surface and a decline back to the
pavement. The finished speedbumps will be sectional (each
8' to 10' long) and staggered to create maximum traffic
awareness with a minimum interference with the existing
storm water drainage.
will furnish and install the proper signs required. The
signs can be mounted on walls, posts, precast concrete
sign cones or any other method necessary.