2015/2016 Standard specification for road maintenance
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TRAFFIC SIGNALS AND INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR ROAD MAINTENANCE DoI REFERENCE TEXT October 2015 Page 138 the like in connection with the installation of plant and services and arrange for the construction of work accordingly. The breaking and cutting of complete work must be avoided wherever possible. MATERIAL AND SOFTWARE TO BE 16.13 SUPPLIED BY THE PRINCIPAL - DARWIN The following material and software will be supplied free by the Principal to the Contractor for use only in execution of the Works: Table 16.3 Items supplied by Principal Darwin ITEM QUANTITY CONTROLLERS PSC MK3 Cabinet & Test Controller (with lamp load bank) 1 Keyboard Display Units (KDU) 8 Eclipse Cabinet & Test Controller (with lamp load bank) 1 Eclipse Hand Held Terminal (HHT) 7 PSC Manuals and Eclipse Manuals 1 CCTV Cleaning Pole 1 SOFTWARE / SCATS / USER MANUALS Scats Access Program 1 SCATS Log 1 Loop Detector Analyser 1 Tyco Log Viewer 1 EUpdate 1 ATSUI 1 Microconnect LCM Management Tool 1 UPS Manuals 1 SIGNAGE Changed Traffic Conditions Ahead Signs 4 Table 16.3 Items supplied by Principal Darwin ITEM QUANTITY Traffic Signals Under Repair Signs 8 Collection of Hardware Hold Point 16.13.1 Hold Point - Within 7 days of award of the Contract, the Contractor shall collect such materials and take delivery of the materials at the DoI Yarrawonga shed / storage yard. Before taking delivery of any material, the Contractor shall check that is in a satisfactory condition and in the quantity described. No claim will be admitted for replacement of material alleged to be found defective or deficient in quantity after delivery. The quantities stated are not necessarily adequate for the execution of the Works and supply of any additional quantities shall be arranged by the Contractor and at his own expense. The maintenance and serviceability of all equipment provided by DoI and used for testing by the contractor, such as the KDUs, HHTs, test controller cabinets and associated load banks are the responsibility of the contractor to arrange and shall be at the contractors expense. The equipment shall always be in a serviceable condition. On completion of the contract, the contractor shall deliver the Principal supplied material back to the Traffic Section storage yard in serviceable condition. MATERIAL TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE 16.14 PRINCIPAL ALICE SPRINGS The following material will be supplied free by the Principal to the Contractor for use only in execution of the Works: Table 16.4 Items Supplied by Principal Alice Springs MATERIALS QUANTITY CONTROLLER: Keyboard Display Units (KDU) 3 PSC MK3 Cabinet Test Controller 1
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