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Acceptance Codes



Acceptance Code Acceptance Criteria
1111 Receipt of a satisfactory Test Report from WSDOT Materials Laboratory is required indicating the lot(s) or batch(es) of material meets the requirement of the specifications under which it is listed. The Test Report must be received prior to incorporating the material into the project.
1115 Receipt of a satisfactory Test Report from WSDOT Materials Laboratory is required indicating the lot(s) of material meets the requirements of the specifications under which it is listed. The Test Report must be received prior to incorporating the material into the project. Samples must be submitted to the State Materials Laboratory a minimum of 10 days prior to use.
1120 Receipt of a satisfactory Test Report from WSDOT Materials Laboratory is required indicating that the lot(s) or batch(es) of material meets the requirements of the specifications under which it is listed. The Test Report must be received prior to incorporating the material into the project. Samples must be submitted to the State Materials Laboratory a minimum of 15 days prior to use.
1125 Receipt of a satisfactory Test Report from WSDOT Materials Laboratory is required indicating that the lot(s) or batch(es) of material meets the requirements of the specifications under which it is listed. The Test Report must be received prior to incorporating the material into the project. Allow approximately 8 weeks for testing to be completed from when the sample is received by the State Materials Laboratory.
1130 Receipt of a satisfactory Test Report from WSDOT Materials Laboratory is required indicating that the lot(s), batch(es) or roll number(s) of material meets the requirements, of the specification, under which it is listed. The Test Report must be received prior to incorporating the material into the project. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
1135 Receipt of “Satisfactory” test report, dated within 90 calendar days prior to date of application of the material into the project, from an independent STA program certified laboratory indicating that the lot meets the requirements of the specifications under which it is listed, documentation stating that the compost facility is STA certified, waste handling permit, etc., see Contract Provisions.
1140 Receipt of a satisfactory Compressive Strength Test Report is required from WSDOT Materials Laboratory per bridge pier or for each day's placement. Cubes are to be tested in the time frame specified in the contract. Consult product label for technical information & mixing procedures.
1141 Acceptance is based on a satisfactory Compressive Strength Test Report required for test specimens made once per bridge pier or once per day.
1142 Acceptance is based on a satisfactory Compressive Strength Test Report required for test specimens made once per bridge pier or once per day. Additionally, visually verify that a Manufacturer’s Certificate of Compliance states conformance to ASTM C157 and ASTM C882 requirements.
1143 Acceptance is based on a satisfactory Compressive Strength Test Report required for test specimens made once per day. Additionally, visually verify the product delivered to the job site is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL and conforms to the mix design.
1145 Receipt of a satisfactory Compressive Strength Test Report from WSDOT Materials Laboratory is required for each bridge pier or for each day's placement. An acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3, is required for each delivery of material to the project to verify ASTM C157 and ASTM C882 requirements. The lot or batch number of material being certified, where applicable, shall be identified. Cubes are to be tested in the time frame specified in the contract. Consult product label for technical information & mixing procedures. The Manufacturers Certificate of Compliance must be received prior to incorporating the material into the project.
1150 Receipt of a satisfactory Test Report from WSDOT Materials Laboratory is required for each sample. A sample shall consist of one splice fabricated on the project site by the Contractor's employee for each size of reinforcing steel to be spliced. (Sample length, 6-foot plus length of splice). If the Contract contains a Buy America clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
1155 Receipt of a satisfactory Test Report from WSDOT Materials Laboratory is required indicating the lot(s) of material meets the requirements of the specifications under which it is listed.  The Test Report must be received prior to incorporating the material into the project. Each sample shall consist of one unopened box or of each component of material to be delivered to the State Materials Laboratory a minimum of 10 days prior to use.
1161 Receipt of a satisfactory Test Report from WSDOT Materials Lab is required indicating that the samples of tension tendons representing each Heat Number delivered to the project site meets the requirements of the specifications under which it is listed. Receipt of a Letter of Certification from the Permanent Ground Anchor system fabricator/supplier is also required and will be on file with the PEO. The Letter of Certification shall confirm that the material specifications of the system components, as furnished, conform to those specified in the QPL submittal as approved by WSDOT.  The Test Report must be received prior to incorporating the material into the project. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
1165 Acceptance is by field verification of an acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3 for each reel delivered. ****** Verification is also required by Receipt of a satisfactory Test Report from the WSDOT Materials Laboratory from samples taken from every fifth reel of strand used on the project. Strand samples shall be a minimum of 6-feet. The Test Report must be received prior to incorporating the material into the project. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
1170 Receipt of a Satisfactory test report from the WSDOT Materials Laboratory is required demonstrating that the Traffic Signal Controller Assembly and Components have met appropriate criteria. ONLY Signal Controller Assemblies which have been tested may be installed. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
1175 Acceptance is based on Toxicity Test Report and Certification of Toxicity Characteristics in accordance with Section 9-03.21(1) and Field Testing for Grading, Sand Equivalency and/or Dust Ratio in accordance with Sections 3-04 and 9-03.
1180 Acceptance is based on Toxicity Test Report and Certification of Toxicity Characteristics in accordance with Section 9-03.21(1), Field Testing for Grading, Sand Equivalency and/or Dust Ratio in accordance with Sections 3-04 and 9-03 and, for Tier 3 only, Test Reports for Modified WSDOT Degradation, LA Wear, Specific Gravity and Absorption per 9-03.
2210 Acceptance is by field verification of an acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3 and the lot(s) or batch(es) of material being certified, where applicable, shall be identified. This documentation is required with each delivery of material to the project. Supporting mill test reports indicating that the product meets the applicable specifications may also be required.
2215 Acceptance is by field verification of an acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3 and the lot(s) or batch(es) of material being certified, where applicable, shall be identified. This documentation is required with each delivery of material to the project. Supporting mill test reports indicating that the product meets the applicable specifications may also be required. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
2220 Acceptance is by field verification of an acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3, for ASTM F1554 Grade 55 anchor bolts and associated nuts and washers is required for each delivery to the project. Supporting mill tests or documents may also be required with this document. If the Contract contains a ‘Buy America’ clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
2225 Acceptance of soil nails is by field verification of an acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3. This documentation is required with each delivery of material to the project. Supporting mill test reports indicating that the tension tendon meets the applicable specifications is also required. Receipt of a letter of Certification from the Soil Nail system fabricator/supplier will be on file with the PEO. The Letter of Certification shall confirm that the material specifications of the system components, as furnished, conform to those specified in the QPL submittal as approved by WSDOT. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
2230 Acceptance is by field verification of an acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3. This documentation is required with each delivery of material to the project. Supporting mill test reports indicating that the product meets the applicable specifications may also be required. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
2235 Acceptance of junction boxes is by field verification of an acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3 with supporting test reports from a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory. This documentation is required with each delivery of material to the project. Supporting mill test reports indicating that the product meets the applicable specifications may also be required. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
2240 Acceptance is by field verification of an acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3. This documentation is required with each delivery of material to the project. Supporting mill test reports indicating that the product meets the applicable specifications may also be required. Shop drawings not listed in Contract General Special Provisions must be approved at the PEO prior to fabrication. Non-destructive test reports generated by the fabricator for inspected welds shall also be required. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
2245 Acceptance is by field verification of an acceptable Certificate of Compliance stating the seed meets the contract requirements. The Certificate of Compliance is required with each delivery of seed to the project. The label/tag shall show the formula as found in the Special Provisions and include the information specified in Standard Specification. At least one label/tag will be retained for each pay period.
2250 Acceptance is by field verification and the retaining of the Concrete Producer's Certificate of Compliance indicating the product and dosage of the admixture conform to the concrete mix design.
2255 Acceptance is by field verification of an acceptable Certificate of Compliance stating the material meets the contract requirements. The Certificate of Compliance is required with each delivery to the project.
2260 Acceptance is by field verification of an acceptable Certificate of Compliance stating the material meets the contract requirements. The Certificate of Compliance is required with each delivery to the project. Supporting mill test reports indicating that the product meets the applicable specifications shall also be required. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
2265 The barrier system will be accepted based on a Manufacturer's Certification of Compliance provided by the Contractor. The Manufacturer's Certification of Compliance shall consist of a Contract specific letter from the manufacturer stating the system is NCHRP 350 Test Level 3 or 4 compliant, a copy of the original FHWA eligibility letter(s) for the barrier system, documentation from the manufacturer describing any and all modifications that have been made to the system since the letter(s) were issued, and a statement from the manufacturer certifying that those modifications do not affect the performance of the original system.
2505 Acceptance is by field verification of an acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3. This documentation is required with each delivery of material to the project. The lot or batch number of material being certified shall be identified.  Document the lot or batch number in the field inspectors IDR. A concrete compressive strength and freeze thaw test reports are to accompany each lot or batch of blocks delivered to the job site.
2510 Acceptance of timber and lumber shall be by receipt of an acceptable Lumber Grading Stamp or Grading Certificate indicating it meets the specifications under which it is approved.
2515 Acceptance of each electrical service cabinet is based on a manufacturer's quality check list being on file at the PEO that has been signed by an authorized representative of the manufacturer and has been verified and signed by the WSDOT Region Electrical Inspector. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
2520 Compare the Name and the percent Anti-Strip recorded on the Bill of Lading with the approved Asphalt Mix Design issued from the State Materials Lab. Record, sign and date the comparison.
2521 Receipt of a satisfactory HMA Mix Design Report of Reference Mix Design Report from WSDOT Materials Laboratory is required indicating the material meets the requirements of the specifications under which it is listed. The Mix Design Report must be received prior to incorporating the material into the project.
2525 Acceptance based upon the cement Manufacturer's Mill Test Report number being shown on each concrete producer's certificate of compliance.
2530 Acceptance shall be by receipt of a Manufacturer's Mill Test Report submitted with the concrete mix design.
2535 Bituminous materials may be accepted by the Engineer based on the asphalt binder supplier's Certification of Compliance incorporated in their Bill of Lading. The Certification will include a statement certifying specification compliance for the product shipped. Additionally, verification samples are required to be taken in accordance with table 9-3.7 of the Construction Manual. Verification samples are not required for bituminous materials used for fog seal. Samples will be appropriately marked and forwarded promptly to the State Materials Laboratory.
2540 Acceptance shall be based on field verification of the prepackaged patching material delivered to the job site is the product that was submitted for approval and meets the requirements of the specifications under which it is listed and approved in the QPL. Also document water and aggregate extender added complies with the manufacturer's approved mix design.
2545 Acceptance shall be by receipt of a Manufacturers Mill Test Report submitted with the concrete mix design. Review the mill test report to verify that the available alkalis limits set in AASHTO M 295 Table 2 is met. If the mill test report indicates that the available alkalis limits are exceeded verify the mitigation recommended by the Contractor conforms to the requirements of the Standard Specifications.
2550 Acceptance of treated guardrail post and blocks shall be by field verification of Lumber Grading Stamp or Grading Certificate and a Certificate of Treatment indicating the material meets the specifications under which it is approved.
2555 *A - Load Bearing - Acceptance shall be by field verification of an acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3 and the lot(s) or batch(es) of material being certified, where applicable, shall be identified. This documentation is required with each delivery of material to the project. Supporting mill test reports indicating that the product meets the applicable specifications may also be required. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor. *B - Non-Load Bearing; Girder Stop Pads and Seismic Restrainer Pads - Acceptance shall be Visually. Verify the product delivered to the job site is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL. *Note 'Restrictions' when present.
2560 Manufacturer’s Certificate of Compliance with Test Results accompanied by the Biotic Soil Amendment packing showing conformance to the Specifications.
3101 Visually verify the product delivered to the job site is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL. Note 'Restrictions' when present.
3102 Visually verify the product delivered to the job site is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor. Note 'Restrictions' when present.
3103 Document the model number of the device or assembly is from the current Washington State Department of Health (WSDOH) listing. This may be done by completing the QPL page submitted by the Contractor, filling out the 'Field Acceptance Report', documenting the material on the 'Field Note Record' or in the 'Inspector's Daily Report'. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
3104 Visually verify the product delivered to the job site is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL. Document the product and application rate are in conformance with the approved Weed Control Plan.
3105 Visually verify the product delivered to the job site is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL. Verify that the shelf life has not been exceeded. Document the water to cement ratio is less than 0.45 and that the grout cubes have set in a reasonable amount of time. Note 'Restrictions' when present.
3106 Visually verify the product delivered to the job site is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL, and conforms to the dimensions as shown in the Contract Plans. If the detectable warning panel is steel and the Contract contains a Buy America clause the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
3107 Visually verify the flexible guide post delivered to the job site is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL. If the guide posts are to be used with steel anchors and the Contract contains a Buy America clause the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
3108 Visually verify the product delivered to the job site is an approved model from the Qualified Products List and inspected for condition, reflectivity and conformance to the appropriate WSDOT Standard Specification.
3109 A - Visually verify the resin bonding adhesive delivered is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL. Note 'Restrictions' when present. B - Acceptance of threaded rods, nuts, and washers shall be by satisfactory Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3 for each delivery of material to the project site. Supporting mill tests or documents may also be required with this document. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
3110 Visually verifying the untreated pipe delivered to the job site is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL. Verify that the appropriate AASHTO specification for the steel sheet, gauge thickness, and heat number is stamped on the pipe. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
3111 Visually verify the galvanize repair paint label shows Federal Specification Mil-P-21035B and is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL. Note 'Restrictions' when present.
3112 Visually verify the product delivered to the job site is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL. Sample materials per the Standard Specifications.
3113 Visually verify the product delivered to the job site is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL and conforms to the Standard Specification blending ratio.
3114 Visually verify the product delivered to the job site is an approved material from the Qualified Products List and inspected for condition and conformance to the appropriate WSDOT Standard Specification.
4101 Document the product delivered to the job site is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL.  This may be done by completing the QPL page submitted by the Contractor, by filling out the 'Field Acceptance/Verification Report', the 'Field Note Record', or documenting in the 'Inspector's Daily Report'.  In all cases, record the Product name, model #, etc. Date and initial all documentation.
4105 Document the product delivered to the job site is from the approved list shown in the Contract documents. This may be done by documenting the material on the 'Field Note Record' or in the 'Inspector's Daily Report'. If the Contract contains a 'Buy America' clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a 'Certificate of Material Origin' from the contractor. In all cases, record the Product name, model #, etc. Date and initial all documentation.
5105 Acceptance is based on field verification of an 'APPROVED FOR SHIPMENT' tag or stamp. Document, in the field inspectors' IDR, the fabrication inspectors' initials/name, date, serial number, quantity and either 'F' or 'D' for foreign or domestic steel and/or iron or not marked. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause and the material is marked F or not at all, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
5110 Acceptance is based on field verification of an 'APPROVED FOR SHIPMENT' tag. Document, in the field inspectors' IDR, the fabrication inspectors' initials/name, date, quantity and either 'F' or 'D' for foreign or domestic steel and/or iron or not marked. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause and the material is marked F or not at all, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
5115 Acceptance is based on field verification of an 'APPROVED FOR SHIPMENT, W.S.D.O.T. INSPECTED’ stamp. Document, in the field inspectors’ IDR, the fabrication inspectors’ serial number, date, quantity and either ‘F’ or ‘D’ for foreign or domestic steel and/or iron or not marked. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause and the material is marked F or not at all, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
5120 Acceptance is based on field verification of ‘W.S.D.O.T. INSPECTED’ stamp. Document, in the field inspectors’ IDR, the fabrication inspectors’ initial, quantity and either ‘F’ or ‘D’ for foreign or domestic steel and/or iron or not marked. Concrete Adjustment Sections less than 12 inches - Acceptance shall be Visually in accordance with Section 9-1.4C. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause and the material is marked F or not at all, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
5121 Acceptance is based on field verification of ‘W.S.D.O.T. INSPECTED’ stamp. Document, in the field inspectors’ IDR, the fabrication inspectors’ initial, quantity and either ‘F’ or ‘D’ for foreign or domestic steel and/or iron or not marked. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause and the material is marked F or not at all, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
5125 Acceptance is based on field verification of an ‘APPROVED FOR SHIPMENT’ tag. Document, in the field inspectors’ IDR, the fabrication inspectors’ initial/name, date and quantity. Treated wood piling being used in an aquatic environment shall require additional documentation per Standard Specification 9-09.3.
5130 Acceptance of signs, except for double sided signs, shall be based on field verification of the ‘FABRICATION APPROVED’ decal. Document, in the inspectors’ IDR, the fabrication decal information’s date and quantity. For double sided signs, contact Materials Fabrication Inspection office to verify that fabrication inspection had occurred.
5135 Acceptance is based on field verification of an ‘APPROVED FOR SHIPMENT’ tag or stamp. Document, in the field inspectors’ IDR, the fabrication inspectors’ initials/name, date, serial number, quantity and either ‘F’ or ‘D’ for foreign or domestic steel and/or iron or not marked. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause and the material is marked F or not at all, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor. Samples for testing must be submitted a minimum of 15-days prior to use.
5140 Acceptance is based on field verification of the ‘WSDOT – A’ impressed into the casting (A is an alpha fabrication inspectors’ identification). Document, in the inspectors’ IDR, the fabrication stamp information identifying the inspectors’ letter and quantity and either ‘F’ or ‘D’ for foreign or domestic steel and/or iron or not marked. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause and the material is marked F or not at all, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
5145 Acceptance of ASTM A449 Anchor Bolts and associated nuts, washers and plates is based on field verification of an 'APPROVED FOR SHIPMENT' tag or stamp. Document, in the field inspectors' IDR, the fabrication inspectors' initials/name, date, inspection ID number, quantity and either 'F' or 'D' for foreign or domestic steel and/or iron or not marked. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause and the material is marked F or not at all, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
6101 Acceptance is based on submittal of acceptable Catalog Cut sheets showing what the product is and how it is to be used.
7005 A - Acceptance is based on field verification of an ‘APPROVED FOR SHIPMENT’ tag or stamp. Document, in the field inspectors’ IDR, the fabrication inspectors’ initial/name, date, serial number, quantity and either ‘F’ or ‘D’ for foreign or domestic steel or not marked. If the Contract contains a ‘Buy America’ clause and the material is marked either F or not at all, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor. B - If product is stamped ‘WSDOT Sampled’ with ‘D’ or ‘F’ or is not marked, acceptance is based upon receipt of a satisfactory Test Report from WSDOT Materials Laboratory indicating that the material meets the requirements of the specifications under which it is listed. If the Contract contains a ‘Buy America’ clause and the sealed container is marked either F or not at all, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor. C - Acceptance is based upon receipt of a satisfactory Test Report from WSDOT Materials Laboratory for each heat number or lot indicating that the material meets the requirements of the specifications under which it is listed, and a Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance conforming to Standard Specification 1-06.3, including certified mill test reports. Sample bolts per Standard Specifications 9-06.5(3). If the Contract contains a ‘Buy America’ clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
7010 A - Acceptance of ASTM F1554 Grade 105 anchor bolts and associated nuts and washers is based on field verification of an ‘APPROVED FOR SHIPMENT’ tag or stamp. Document, in the field inspector’s IDR, the fabrication inspectors’ initial/name, date, serial number, quantity and either ‘F’ or ‘D’ for foreign or domestic steel or not marked. If the Contract contains a ‘Buy America’ clause and the material is marked either F or not at all, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor. B – Acceptance of ASTM A307 and ASTM F1554 Grade 36 and/or Grade 55 anchor bolts, nuts and washers is based on a Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance, conforming to WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3, with each delivery of material to the project. Supporting mill tests or documents may also be required with this document. If the Contract contains a ‘Buy America’ clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
7015 A - Acceptance of fertilizer for erosion control of 5 acres or greater is based on a Manufacturer’s Certificate of Compliance with supporting documentation for each delivery to the project. B - Acceptance of fertilizer for erosion control less than 5 acres and for general use will be by verification that proper approval has been performed for the material and chemical content shown on the label meets the requirements of the contract.
7021 A - Acceptance of geotextile for underground drainage in quantities greater than 100 sq. yards, and all quantities of permanent Geosynthetic Retaining Walls and Reinforced Slopes shall be based on receipt of a satisfactory test report from WSDOT Materials Laboratory indicating that the roll (or rolls) of material meets the requirements of the specifications under which it is listed. Samples shall include the listed information in 9-33.4(4). Samples must be submitted to the State Materials Laboratory a minimum of 30 days prior to use. B - Acceptance of geotextile for underground drainage in quantities less than or equal to 100 sq. yards, and all quantities of geotextile for soil stabilization, separation, permanent erosion control and prefabricated drainage mat shall be an acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance conforming to WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3 with each delivery. Samples shall include the listed information in 9-33.4(4).
7025 A - Acceptance is based on field verification of ‘W.S.D.O.T. INSPECTED’ stamp. Document, in the field inspectors’ IDR, the fabrication inspectors’ initial, quantity and either ‘F’ or ‘D’ for foreign or domestic steel and/or iron or not marked. If the Contract contains a ‘Buy America’ clause and the material is marked F or not at all, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor. B - For hardware purchased from other than the WSDOT approved sign fabricator, an acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3 is required with each delivery of material to the project. Supporting mill tests or documents may also be required with this document. If the Contract contains a ‘Buy America’ clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor. C - When ASTM A307 bolts are to be used, visually verify they are what was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL. If the Contract contains a ‘Buy America’ clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
7030 A - Acceptance of treated timber and lumber less than 6-inch by 6-inch shall be by field verification of Lumber Grading Stamp or Grading Certificate and a Certificate of Treatment indicating the material meets the specifications under which it is approved. B - Acceptance of treated timber and lumber 6-inch by 6-inch or larger shall be based on field verification of an ‘APPROVED FOR SHIPMENT’ tag. Document, in the field inspectors’ IDR, the fabrication inspectors’ initial/name, date, serial number, quantity. Treated timber, lumber being used in an aquatic environment shall require additional documentation per Standard Specification 9-09.3.
7035 A - For quantities of paint/coating greater than 20 gallons, acceptance is based on receipt of a ‘Satisfactory’ test report from the WSDOT Mats Lab for the lot or batch of paint/coating showing it meets the requirements of the standard specification under which it is listed. Fab Inspection will pick up the sample from the manufacturer/distributor. The Test Report must be received prior to incorporating the material into the project. B - For quantities of paint/coating of 20 gallons or less, acceptance will be by an acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3. It is required for each delivery of material to the project and the lot or batch being certified shall be identified. The Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance must be received prior to incorporating the material into the project.
7040 A - Acceptance for concrete pipe less than 30” in diameter is based on field verification of the ‘Concrete Pipe Acceptance Report’ that is delivered with each pipe shipment. Verify the report is within the 90 day limit. If the Contract contains a ‘Buy America’ clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor. B - Acceptance for concrete pipe 30” in diameter or larger is based on field verification of the ‘APPROVED FOR SHIPMENT’ stamp. Document, in the inspectors’ IDR, the materials’ identification number, date, quantity and either F or D for foreign or domestic steel and/or iron or not marked. If the Contract contains a ‘Buy America’ clause and the material is marked F or not at all, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
7045 A - Structural: Acceptance is based on satisfactory Compressive Strength Test Report required for each day’s placement. Cubes are to be tested at 7-day or in the time frame specified in the contract. Field verify conformance to the approved grout mix design. B - Non-Structural: Visually verify the product delivered to the job site is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL and is in conformance to the approved grout mix design.
7050 A - Structural Post Tensioning: Visually verify that the grout has achieved initial set. Initial set shall be determined by making 3 grout cubes and documenting that the grout has set in a reasonable amount of time. Additionally, visually verify the grout material is less than 6 months old from date of manufacturer and that the water cement ratio is 0.45 or less. B - Soils Nails and Ground Anchors: Acceptance is based on a satisfactory Compressive Strength Test Report required for test specimens made once per day. Additionally, visually verify the grout material is less than 6 months old from date of manufacturer and that the water cement ratio is 0.45 or less.
7055 A - Structural Applications: Acceptance is based on a satisfactory Compressive Strength Test Report required for test specimens made once per day. Additionally, visually verify the grout material conforms to the mix design. B - Nonstructural Applications: Visually verify the product delivered to the job site is the product that was originally submitted by the Contractor and approved from the QPL and conforms to the mix design.
7060 A - Acceptance for swaged cable fitting shall be by a “Satisfactory” test report from the State Materials Laboratory per Section 9-16.3(5) of the Standard Specifications. B – Acceptance for foundation tubes, anchor plate assembly and anchor cable shall be by field verification of an acceptable Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance per WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3 and the lot(s) or batch(es) of material being certified, where applicable, shall be identified. This documentation is required with each delivery of material to the project. Supporting mill test reports indicating that the product meets the applicable specifications may also be required. If the Contract contains a Buy America clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
7065 A - Acceptance of ASTM F1554 Grade 105 anchor bolts and anchor rods and associated nuts, washers and plates is based on field verification of an ‘APPROVED FOR SHIPMENT’ tag or stamp. Document, in the field inspector’s IDR, the fabrication inspectors’ initial/name, inspection ID number, date, serial number, quantity and either ‘F’ or ‘D’ for foreign or domestic steel or not marked. If the Contract contains a ‘Buy America’ clause and the material is marked with either F or not at all, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor. B – Acceptance of ASTM F1554 Grade 55 anchor bolts and anchor rods, nuts, washers and plates is based on a Manufacturer's Certificate of Compliance, conforming to WSDOT Standard Specification 1-06.3, with each delivery of material to the project. Supporting mill tests or documents may also be required with this document. If the Contract contains a ‘Buy America’ clause, the PEO is responsible for acquiring a Certificate of Material Origin from the Contractor.
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