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Injecting Soil Stabilization Materials at Soil Covered Structures and in Roadway Bases

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00002660745

Bid Title: Injecting Soil Stabilization Materials at Soil Covered Structures and in Roadway Bases

Agency Bid No. Title: Not Stated

Received Date: 06/22/2021

Close Date: 07/02/2021

Purchase Type: Term: 07/01/2021 - 11/30/2022

Estimated Amount: $70,000

Delivery Point: New Hampshire

Delivery Date: Not Stated


Specifications include, but are not limited to: Providing the injection of expanding polymers to stabilize and sealsoils at bridge and pavement sites during the period July 1, 2021 throughNovember 30, 2022. 1. I-93 NB and SB over Hubbard Brook in Thornton, NH (bridges Thornton 152/073 andThornton 153/074) at mile marker 93.2. The work will include overhead injection at jointlocations shown to stabilize soils above the existing concrete box culvert to facilitateoverhead concrete repairs (see Exhibit B 3 of 3). Injection holes shall be sufficientlyspaced to assure that soils can bridge above the culvert during concrete repairs.2. NH 3A in Franklin, NH (GPS Coordinates 43.460586, -71.660695). The work shallconsist of injection to provide soil densification to strengthen base and subbase materialsunder concrete pavement. Pavement profiles will be taken every 10 feet in a longitudinaldirection on the edges and center of the work area. Profile spots will be taken before andafter injections, monitored during injection, and documented for review.

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Product Codes: 91366, 91371

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: State of New Hampshire - Department of Transportation

State: New Hampshire

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Steve W Johnson, Bureau of Bridge Maintenance 7 Hazen Drive, Concord, New Hampshire, 03302

Phone: 603-271-3667



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