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authorities, be it the local utility or the local utility
location service or by a company hired by the geotechnical
engineering firm to locate utilities. During the execution of the
field investigation work, the Contractor shall be responsible for
obtaining necessary permits and complying with applicable laws,
codes and regulations, including OSHA regulations. The Contractor
shall be responsible for all damages to persons and property,
which occur as a result of the Contractor's fault or negligence.
The Contractor shall take proper safety precautions to protect
the public and the Government from physical hazards and unsafe
Contractor shall return the property to its original condition
except as released in writing by the Government.
The results of all Contractor surveys, investigations, and
evaluations shall be presented to the Government as part of the
conformance with Section 1.7 and Appendix A of Section 01018,
Design After Award For Airfield Design-Build.
The Government will furnish (topographic survey), (geotechnical
survey),(pavement evaluation survey). The Government-furnished
surveys and reports shall be reviewed by the offeror during the
information is required, the Contractor shall, at his cost,
supplement the Government-furnished data during the design phase
and include with the first submittal of the Contractor-furnished
Existing As-Built Drawing and Specification
The Government will furnish available "as-built" documents
pertinent to the facilities involved in the project. Such
documents, however, may not show existing conditions correctly.
It is the responsibility of the Contractor to verify the accuracy
of existing "as-built" documents and obtain all other data as
construction of the project.
If utilities are to be constructed or extended for the project by
others and not be part of the D-B construction, the details of
such plans shall be included in this paragraph with suitable
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