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Construction and Maintenance
5.10 Hazardous Materials Contamination

If suspected contamination is discovered during construction activities, work shall cease and the Street Use inspector shall be notified.  Upon consultation with SDOT Environmental Services, the inspector may require the contractor to sample for contaminants and report the results to the City.  The City may then require additional sampling to determine potential impacts to the right-of-way.


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Chapter 5
Construction and Maintenance
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Pre-Construction Activities
5.3 Construction Inspection and Testing Procedures
5.4 Creating an Accessible and Safe Work Site
5.5 Traffic Control Requirements for In-Street Work
5.6 Locating Underground Utilities
5.7 Protection of Survey Monuments
5.8 Construction Stormwater Control
5.9 Demolition and Grading During Construction
5.10 Hazardous Materials Contamination
5.11 Excavation, Shoring, and Safety Systems During Construction
5.12 Street and Sidewalk Pavement Opening Restoration Rule
5.13 Acceptance/Warranty Procedures
5.14 Record Drawings
5.15 Annual Permits and Maintenance Responsibilities
5.16 Contact Information
   
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