SECTION 931 — POST MOUNTED SIGNS, TYPE B
931.1 DESCRIPTION —
This work is furnishing and installation of flat sheet signs on breakaway steel posts.
931.2 MATERIAL —
As shown on the Standard Drawings and as follows:
Flat Sheet Signs — Section 1103.04
Breakaway Steel Posts — Section 1103.08
Aluminum Bolts, Nuts, Lock-washers; Anti-Theft Nuts and Bolts-Section 1103.11
Packaged Dry Concrete — Section 624.2(b)
931.3 CONSTRUCTION —
As shown on the Standard Drawings, as specified in Section 930.3(a), (b), (c), (d), (e), and as follows:
Drive anchors into undisturbed earth to required depth.
When posts are to be located in existing concrete areas such as divisors or islands, carefully drill the concrete as required.
When steel channel bar posts are used in concrete, use socket system anchor with "V" of socket toward oncoming traffic and with socket set flush with original elevation. Concrete socket in place. Complete installation after concrete is cured a minimum of 72 hours.
When square steel posts are used in concrete, either drive square anchor into undisturbed earth and cement in place, or use socket system anchor with "V" of socket angled at 45 degrees to oncoming traffic and with socket set flush with original elevation. Complete installation after concrete is cured a minimum of 72 hours.
Fasten STOP and YIELD signs, and other signs if indicated, to posts with antitheft nuts and steel bolts.
Permanently scribe 1-inch numerals on back of sign indicating the month and year of installation.
931.4 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT —
Square Foot of sign
Includes removal of existing signs.
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