You are on page 1of 1

Section 01015 - Page 5

3-250-01FA. Aggregate pavement surfaces shall consist of 150mm thick aggregate base course
material compacted to 95% maximum proctor density and placed above 150mm of scarified subgrade
compacted to 95% maximum density. All roads shall be provided with 1.0 meter wide shoulders on
both sides. Shoulders shall consist of a 150mm thick aggregate base course (ABC) surface with a
2.0% slope.
b. The compound roads section shall have 150mm base course compacted at 95% maximum proctor
density and surfaced with 175mm of cement concrete, unless otherwise noted. Contractor shall
scarify 100mm of subgrade, then compact subgrade to 95% maximum proctor density. Shoulders
shall consist of a surface of aggregate base course material and it should be 150mm thick at a 2%
slope. The Contracting Officer shall be immediately notified if the required lengths of road or
preexisting conditions are determined to be substantially or materially different than the above-
described conditions/estimates.
2.5.2 PARKING AREAS AND MOTOR POOLS
Construct parking and storage areas using aggregate pavement surface Aggregate pavement surface
should consist of 150mm thick Aggregate Base Course (ABC) material compacted to 95% maximum
proctor density, placed above 150mm of scarified subgrade compacted to 95% maximum density.
Degree of compaction shall be expressed as a percentage of the maximum density obtained by the test
procedure in ASTM D 1557.
2.5.3 RIGID PAVEMENT
Design of rigid pavements shall be performed in accordance with UFC 3-250-01FA, UFC 3-250-18FA,
and UFC 3-250-04. The minimum rigid pavement section shall be 175mm thick plain Portland Cement
Concrete placed above 150mm thick aggregate base course material in accordance with Section 32 11
16 AGGREGATE BASE COURSE, and placed above 150mm of scarified sub-grade compacted in
accordance with Section 32 11 16 AGGREGATE BASE COURSE. Joint spacing shall not exceed 4
meters. The joint layout pattern shall be submitted as part of the design. A full depth expansion joint
shall be provided everywhere the rigid pavement abuts a structure. Expansion joint filler shall be a
preformed material conforming to ASTM D 1751. Expansion joint filler shall be 19mm thick, and shall be
furnished in a single full depth piece. Saw-cut joints shall be sealed with a sealant meeting ASTM D 6690
(Type II or Type III). Provide backup material that is a compressible, non-shrinking, non-staining, non-
absorbing material, and nonreactive with the joint sealant. The material shall have a melting point at least
3º Celsius greater than the pouring temperature of the sealant being used when tested in accordance with
ASTM D 789.
2.5.4 SIDEWALKS
Aggregate sidewalks shall be a minimum of 1.5M wide and shall be constructed in accordance with
Section 32 15 00 AGGREGATE SURFACE COURSE.
2.6 FORCE PROTECTION DESIGN
2.6.1 CHAIN LINK FENCE & GATES
a. Provide chain-link fence and gates as shown on site plans. Chain link fence and gate fabric shall be
No. 9 gage wires woven into a 50mm diamond mesh. Fabric shall be coated with 366 grams per
square meter zinc galvanizing. Posts shall be ASTM F 1083 Pipe, Steel, Hot Dipped Zinc Coated
(Galvanized) Welded or equal. Top of fence and gates shall be provided with outriggers and
reinforced barbed tape as indicated above. Post sizes shall be as shown on drawings.
b. The gates shall be swing type. Hinged vehicle gates shall be a pair of 3.0m wide x 3.0m high leafs,
constructed of a steel tube frame and steel tube intermediate posts and rails. Personnel gates shall
be 1.3m wide x 3.0m high. The design of the gates shall insure that it is dimensionally stable, square,
true and planar. Gate leafs shall not rack or deflect when install on its hinges. Gates shall have a
sufficient number of hinges to support each gate leaf. Provide a locking mechanism that holds the
W912DQ-13-R-4034