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AASHTO maintenance manual : the maintenance and management of roadways and bridges

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AASHTO maintenance manual : the maintenance and management of roadways and bridges
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AASHTO maintenance manual
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the maintenance and management of roadways and bridges
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  • American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials maintenance manual
  • Maintenance and management of roadways and bridges
  • Maintenance manual
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eng
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TE220
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.A497 1999
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Machine derived contents note: "1.0 INTEGRATED MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT -- 1.1 INTRODUCTION -- 1.1.1 Evolution of Maintenance Management Concepts and Systems 1-1 -- 1.1.2 Development of Integrated Management Systems 1-3 -- 1 1.3 Reactive vs. Preventive Maintenance 15 -- 1.2 MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION 8 -- 1.2.1 Functional Aspects 1-8 -- 1.2.1.1 Organization for Maintenance 113 -- 1.2.1.2 Planning and Budgeting for Maintenance !1 -- 1.2.1.3 Scheduling Maintenance 1-18 -- 1.2.1 4 Data Systems to Support Maintenance 1-20 -- 1.2.1.5 Incident Management and Emergency Response in Maintenance 1-20 -- 1.2.1.6 W ork Zone Safety 121 -- 1.2.2 Human Resources 1-22 -- 1.2.2.1 M otivation 22 -- 1.2.2.2 Training 1-23 -- 1.2.2.3 Personnel Safety 1 23 -- 1.22.4 Recruitment and Development 24 -- 1.2.3 Technical Resources .1 24 -- 1.2.3.1 Equipment for Maintenance 24 -- 1.2.3.2 Materials for Maintenance 24 -- 1.2.3.3 Models Available for Management of Resources 25 -- 1.3 1991 ISTEA AND IMPACTS ON MAINTENANCE 1-2 25 -- 1.4 INTEGRATED SYSTEMS 25 -- 1.4.1 Advantages and Benefits 1-25 -- 1.4.2 Lim itations and Costs 26 -- 1.5.1 Sustainable Development 1-.26 -- 1.5.2 Designing for Maintainability 1-26 -- 1.5.3 Environmental Sensitivity 1-26 -- 1.5.4 Application of TOM Principles 1 27 -- 1.5.5 Litigation Involving Maintenance 1 27 -- 1.5.6 Rational and Probabilistic Models to Predict Maintenance Needs and Effects 1-27 -- "1.6 REFERENCES 2 1 28 -- 2.0 ROADWAY MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT -- 2.1 ROADWAY MAINTENANCE 2 1 -- 2.1.1 Introduction -- 2.1.1.1 Preventive Roadway Maintenance Philosophy 21 -- 2.1.1.2 Interaction With Bridge Maintenance and the Management of -- O ther Functions 1 -- 2.1.1.3 Interaction With the Design of Facilities , 2-2 -- 2.1.1.4 Role of Roadway Maintenance in the Safe, Efficient Operation of Facilities 2 2 -- 2 .1.5 Value of Roadway Maintenance to Agency 2-3 -- 2.1.1 6 Value of Roadway Maintenance to the User Community 2-4 -- 2.1.2 Maintenance of Roadway Surfaces 2-4 -- 2. 2 1 Planning and Budgeting 2-5 -- 2.1 .2 Scheduling 2-6 -- 2.12.3 Maintenance Needs by Type of Surface 2-7 -- 2 1 .24 Materials for Roadway Surface Maintenance 2- 19 -- 2.1.2.5 Methods for Roadway Surface Maintenance 2-24 -- 2.1.3 Shoulder Maintenance 2-35 -- 2 13.1 Impact of Shoulder Type on Maintenance 2-36 -- 21.3 .2 Scheduling Shoulder Maintenance 2-38 -- 2 1.4 Roadway Drainage Maintenance 2-39 -- 21.41 Maintenance of Roadway Surface Drainage 2-40 -- 21 ,4,2 Maintenance of Subsurface Drainage 2- 3 -- 2.1.4.3 Other Considerations 2-45 -- 2.1.5 Roadside Maintenance 2-46 -- 2.1.6 Maintenance of Safety Features 2 4 2-5 -- 2 1,7 Building Facilities Related to Roadway Maintenance 2-56 -- 2.1.8 Special Pathways 2-59 -- 2.1.9 Snow and Ice Control 2-59 -- 2.1.10 Traffic Control Devices and Roadway System Instrumentation 2-67 -- 2. ,11 Roadway, Tunnel, and Bridge Illumination 2-74 -- 2.1, 12 Roadways on Bridges and in Tunnels 2-80 -- 2,1.3 Environmental Aspects of Roadway Maintenance 2-84 -- 2. 14 Maintenance Work Zone Traffic Control 288 -- 2.1.15 General Maintenance Worker Safety Notes 2-92 -- 2.1.16 Developing issues 2-92 -- 2,1.17 REFERENCES 2-95 -- 2.2 ROADWAY MANAGEMENT , ., 2-102 -- .2 .1 Introduction 2-102 -- 2.2.2 Interaction With Other Highway System Management Systems 2-102 -- 2,2.3 Roadway Inspection and Condition inventory Process 2-103 -- 2.2.4 Environmental and Nonroadway Issues 2-104 -- 2,2,5 Developing Issues 2-104 -- 2.2.6 REFERENCES 2-106 -- 3.0 BRIDGE MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT -- 3.1 BRIDGE MAINTENANCE 3-1 -- 3.11 Introduction 3-1 -- 3,1,1,1 Load-Carrying Capacity 3-1 -- 311 .12 Structural System s 1 3-3 -- 3.1.1.3 Bridge Maintenance Concepts 3-11 -- 3,1.2 Traveled Surface 3..2 3-t2 -- 3,1,2.1 Concrete Surfaces ,.,, 3 3-13 -- 3.1.2.2 Asphalt Surfaces 315 -- 113.2,3 Stone and Brick Surfaces 3 16 -- 3.1,.24 Steel Grate Surfaces 17 -- 3.1,2.5 W ood Surfaces 3-17 -- 3.1.3 Structural D ecks 3 3 17 -- 3,1.3.1 Introduction 3-17 -- 3.1.3.2 Preventive Maintenance of Concrete Decks ,.,,., 3-18 -- 3..3.3 Concrete Deck Sealing 3-19 -- 3.1.3,4 Concrete Deck Patching 3 3-19 -- 3,1.3.5 Epoxy Deck Patching ., 3-21 -- 31.3.6 Asphaltic Concrete Patching 3-21 -- 31.3.7 Emergency Full-Depth Patching 3-21 -- 3.113.8 Crack Sealing 3-22 -- 3.1.3.9 Overlays to Bridge Decks 3-22 -- 3.1.3.10 Concrete Deck Replacement 3-24 -- 3 1.311 Timber Bridge Decks 3-24 -- 3.1.3.12 Steel Grid Decks 3-25 -- 3.1.3.3 Maintaining Deck Joints 3-26 -- 3.1.3.14 Deck Drainage Systems 3-33 -- 3.1.3.15 Curbs Sidewalks, and Railings 3-34 -- 3.1.4 Superstructure 3-37 -- 3.1.41 Jacking and Supporting the Superstructure. 3-37 -- 3.1.4.2 Bearing Maintenance and Repairs 3-40 -- 3.1.4.3 Beam Repair 3-46 -- 3.1.4.4 Truss Repair 3-54 -- 3. 5 Substructure 3-58 -- 3.1.5.1 Problems Associated With Substructure Caps 3-59 -- 3.1.5.2 M aintenance , 3-59 -- 3.1.5.3 Preventive Maintenance 3-59 -- 3.1.5.4 Repair Process 3-60 -- 3.1.5.5 Repairing Substructures Above Water 3-61 -- 3.1.5.6 Underwater Repair of Substructures 3-65 -- 3.1.5.7 Pile and Bent Repair 3-70 -- 3.1.6 Watercourse and Embankments 3-80 -- 3. 6.1 Removing Debris From Channels 3-80 -- 3.1.6.2 Scour Protection and Repair 3-83 -- 3.1.7 Protective Systems 3-90 -- 3.17.1 Protecting the Substructure 3-90 -- 3.1.7.2 Spot Painting to Protect the Superstructure 3-91 -- 3.1 .8 Environmental Aspects 3-98 -- 31.81 Lead-Based Paint Removal 3-98 -- 3.1.8.2 Other Environmental Concerns 3-99 -- 3.1.8.3 Hauling and Disposal Regulations 3-101 -- 3.1.8.4 Hazardous Wastes 3-102 -- 3.1.8.5 Historic Structures 3-102 -- 31,8.6 Noise Control 3-102 -- 3.1.8.7 Creosote-Treated Timber 3102 -- 311.8.8 W orker Safety 3-103 -- 3.1.8.9 Work Site Safety Review 3-105 -- 3.1.8,10 Toxic Materials 3-106 -- 3181 Confined Spaces 3-106 -- 3.1.8.12 Fall Protection, Rigging, Scaffolding, and Hoisting 3-109 -- 3.1.8.13 Safety Review 3-120 -- 3.1.9 Movable Bridges 3-121 -- 3.1.9.1 Types of Movable Bridges. 3-121 -- 3.1.9.2 Structural Maintenance 3-122 -- 3.1.9.3 Machinery and Equipment Maintenance 3-122 -- 3.1.9.4 Inspection and Maintenance of Specific Parts and Components 3-123 -- 319.5 nspection Items 3-126 -- 3.1.10 Maintenance Work Zone Traffic Control 3-128 -- 3.1.110.1 Control for Work Zones ,. 3-128 -- 3.1.10.2 Temporary Structures 3-133 -- 3.1.1 1 Developing Issues. 3 134 -- 31111. Nonmetallic Repair of Steel Bridge Components 3-134 -- 31.t 1.2 Nonmetallic Bridges 3134 -- 3.1,12 REFERENCES 3-135 -- 3.2 BRIDGE MANAGEMENT AND BRIDGE MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT 3., 3-136 -- 3.2.1 Introduction 3-136 -- 3.2.1.1 Bridge Maintenance Management Process 3-136 -- 3.2.1.2 Federal Bridge Management System Requirements 3-138 -- 3.2.1.3 PON TIS 3-138 -- 3.2 1.4 System-Level vs. Project-Level Management Decisions 3-138 -- 3,2. 1.5 System Interfaces 3 139 -- 3.2.2 Planning and Scheduling Bridge Maintenance. 3-140 -- 3.2.2.1 Long-Range Planning and Scheduling 3-140 -- 3.22.22 Work Orders 3-140 -- 3.2.2 3 Job Layout 3-140 -- 3.2.2.4 Short-Term Schedu ling Procedures 3-142 -- 3.2.2.5 Graphical Methods of Scheduling 3-143 -- 3.2.3 Performing the Work 3-143 -- 3.2.3.1 Job Execution 3-43 -- 3.2.3 2 Personnel Resources 3-144 -- 3.2.3.3 Equipment 3-144 -- 3.2.3.4 M ateri als 3 145 -- 3.2.4 Reporting Bridge Maintenance Accomplishments 3-145 -- 3.2.4.1 W hy Report? 3-145 -- 3.2.4.2 Report Requirements 3 3-145 -- 3.2.4.3 Reporting Procedures 3-146 -- 3.2.5 Contract Maintenance for Bridges 3-146 -- 3.2.5.1 Lump Sum Contracts 3-147 -- 3.2.5.2 Unit Price Contracts 3-148 -- 3.2.5.3 Cost Reimbursement Contracts 3-148 -- 3.2.5.4 Negotiated Contracts ,, 3-149 -- 3.2.5.5 Cost Comparison of Contracting vs. Performing Work In-house 3-150 -- 3.2.6 Quality Control and Quality Assurance of Bridge Maintenance Operations 3-150 -- 3
  • 26.1 QC at the Work Site 3150 -- 3.2.6.2 Technical Site Review 3-151 -- 3,2.6.3 Traffic Control Site Review 51 -- 3.2 6.4 Site Review of Tools and Equipment Use 3 3-151 -- 3.2.6.5 Site Review of Rigging and Climbing Practices 3-151 -- 3.2.6.6 Budget Monitoring 3-152 -- 3.2.6.7 Schedule Monitoring 3-152 -- 3.2.6.8 Methods of Quality Assurance 3-152 -- 3.2.7 Bridge Inspection 3-153 -- 3.2.7,1 Inspection Process 3-153 -- 3.272 NBI Program 3-153 -- 3.2.7.3 Performing the Inspection 3-153 -- 3.2.7.4 Inspection Reports 3-156 -- 3.2.7.5 Inspection Performed by Maintenance Supervisors 3-156 -- 3.2.7.6 Resource Estimating 3 156 -- 3.2.7.7 identifying Fracture-Critical Bridges 3-157 -- 3.2.7.8 Testing Existing Bridge Components 3-159 -- 3.2.7.9 Tests for Stee Members 3 61 -- 3.2.7.10 Tests for Timber Members , 3-162 -- 3.27.7 11 Load Tests 3-163 -- 3 2.8 Preliminary Site Visit to Plan a Bridge Repair 3-163 -- 3,2.8.1 Basic Information Required 316 3 -- 3.2.8.2 Channel Damage 3-164 -- 3,2.8.3 Approach Darnmage 3 164 -- 3.2.8,4 Deck Damage 3.1 3-165 -- 3 2.8 5 Superstructure Damage .1 3. 1. 6 6 -- 3.2.8.6 Substructure Damage 3-167 -- 3.2.8.7 Em ergency Dam age ,...,. , 3-167 -- 3.2.9 REFERENCES 3-168 -- 4.0 EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS -- 4.1 INTRODUCTION 4-1 -- 4.2 EQUA IPIM ENT APPLICATION I ..C , 4-2 -- 4.3 MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT 4-4 -- 4.4 ACQUISITION AND REPLACEMENT 4-5 -- 4.5 REFERENCES 4-8 -- 5.0 MAINTENANCE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT -- 5d 1 ADM INISTRATION , 5- 1 4f1 5 -- 5.2 M ETHO DS 5-2 -- 5.3 M ATERIA LS 5-2 -- 5,4 HUMAN RESOURCES AND PERSONNEL .J 1 5-3 -- 5,5 EQUIPM ENTi 45-3 -- 5.6 INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER 5-3 -- 6.0 TORT LITIGATION -- 61l TORT CLAIM S , 4 , 6-1 -- 6.2 REFERENCES 6-3
Control code
ocm44498631
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
1 volume (various pagings)
Isbn
9781560511359
Lccn
2004302602
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)44498631
Label
AASHTO maintenance manual : the maintenance and management of roadways and bridges
Link
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine derived contents note: "1.0 INTEGRATED MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT -- 1.1 INTRODUCTION -- 1.1.1 Evolution of Maintenance Management Concepts and Systems 1-1 -- 1.1.2 Development of Integrated Management Systems 1-3 -- 1 1.3 Reactive vs. Preventive Maintenance 15 -- 1.2 MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION 8 -- 1.2.1 Functional Aspects 1-8 -- 1.2.1.1 Organization for Maintenance 113 -- 1.2.1.2 Planning and Budgeting for Maintenance !1 -- 1.2.1.3 Scheduling Maintenance 1-18 -- 1.2.1 4 Data Systems to Support Maintenance 1-20 -- 1.2.1.5 Incident Management and Emergency Response in Maintenance 1-20 -- 1.2.1.6 W ork Zone Safety 121 -- 1.2.2 Human Resources 1-22 -- 1.2.2.1 M otivation 22 -- 1.2.2.2 Training 1-23 -- 1.2.2.3 Personnel Safety 1 23 -- 1.22.4 Recruitment and Development 24 -- 1.2.3 Technical Resources .1 24 -- 1.2.3.1 Equipment for Maintenance 24 -- 1.2.3.2 Materials for Maintenance 24 -- 1.2.3.3 Models Available for Management of Resources 25 -- 1.3 1991 ISTEA AND IMPACTS ON MAINTENANCE 1-2 25 -- 1.4 INTEGRATED SYSTEMS 25 -- 1.4.1 Advantages and Benefits 1-25 -- 1.4.2 Lim itations and Costs 26 -- 1.5.1 Sustainable Development 1-.26 -- 1.5.2 Designing for Maintainability 1-26 -- 1.5.3 Environmental Sensitivity 1-26 -- 1.5.4 Application of TOM Principles 1 27 -- 1.5.5 Litigation Involving Maintenance 1 27 -- 1.5.6 Rational and Probabilistic Models to Predict Maintenance Needs and Effects 1-27 -- "1.6 REFERENCES 2 1 28 -- 2.0 ROADWAY MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT -- 2.1 ROADWAY MAINTENANCE 2 1 -- 2.1.1 Introduction -- 2.1.1.1 Preventive Roadway Maintenance Philosophy 21 -- 2.1.1.2 Interaction With Bridge Maintenance and the Management of -- O ther Functions 1 -- 2.1.1.3 Interaction With the Design of Facilities , 2-2 -- 2.1.1.4 Role of Roadway Maintenance in the Safe, Efficient Operation of Facilities 2 2 -- 2 .1.5 Value of Roadway Maintenance to Agency 2-3 -- 2.1.1 6 Value of Roadway Maintenance to the User Community 2-4 -- 2.1.2 Maintenance of Roadway Surfaces 2-4 -- 2. 2 1 Planning and Budgeting 2-5 -- 2.1 .2 Scheduling 2-6 -- 2.12.3 Maintenance Needs by Type of Surface 2-7 -- 2 1 .24 Materials for Roadway Surface Maintenance 2- 19 -- 2.1.2.5 Methods for Roadway Surface Maintenance 2-24 -- 2.1.3 Shoulder Maintenance 2-35 -- 2 13.1 Impact of Shoulder Type on Maintenance 2-36 -- 21.3 .2 Scheduling Shoulder Maintenance 2-38 -- 2 1.4 Roadway Drainage Maintenance 2-39 -- 21.41 Maintenance of Roadway Surface Drainage 2-40 -- 21 ,4,2 Maintenance of Subsurface Drainage 2- 3 -- 2.1.4.3 Other Considerations 2-45 -- 2.1.5 Roadside Maintenance 2-46 -- 2.1.6 Maintenance of Safety Features 2 4 2-5 -- 2 1,7 Building Facilities Related to Roadway Maintenance 2-56 -- 2.1.8 Special Pathways 2-59 -- 2.1.9 Snow and Ice Control 2-59 -- 2.1.10 Traffic Control Devices and Roadway System Instrumentation 2-67 -- 2. ,11 Roadway, Tunnel, and Bridge Illumination 2-74 -- 2.1, 12 Roadways on Bridges and in Tunnels 2-80 -- 2,1.3 Environmental Aspects of Roadway Maintenance 2-84 -- 2. 14 Maintenance Work Zone Traffic Control 288 -- 2.1.15 General Maintenance Worker Safety Notes 2-92 -- 2.1.16 Developing issues 2-92 -- 2,1.17 REFERENCES 2-95 -- 2.2 ROADWAY MANAGEMENT , ., 2-102 -- .2 .1 Introduction 2-102 -- 2.2.2 Interaction With Other Highway System Management Systems 2-102 -- 2,2.3 Roadway Inspection and Condition inventory Process 2-103 -- 2.2.4 Environmental and Nonroadway Issues 2-104 -- 2,2,5 Developing Issues 2-104 -- 2.2.6 REFERENCES 2-106 -- 3.0 BRIDGE MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT -- 3.1 BRIDGE MAINTENANCE 3-1 -- 3.11 Introduction 3-1 -- 3,1,1,1 Load-Carrying Capacity 3-1 -- 311 .12 Structural System s 1 3-3 -- 3.1.1.3 Bridge Maintenance Concepts 3-11 -- 3,1.2 Traveled Surface 3..2 3-t2 -- 3,1,2.1 Concrete Surfaces ,.,, 3 3-13 -- 3.1.2.2 Asphalt Surfaces 315 -- 113.2,3 Stone and Brick Surfaces 3 16 -- 3.1,.24 Steel Grate Surfaces 17 -- 3.1,2.5 W ood Surfaces 3-17 -- 3.1.3 Structural D ecks 3 3 17 -- 3,1.3.1 Introduction 3-17 -- 3.1.3.2 Preventive Maintenance of Concrete Decks ,.,,., 3-18 -- 3..3.3 Concrete Deck Sealing 3-19 -- 3.1.3,4 Concrete Deck Patching 3 3-19 -- 3,1.3.5 Epoxy Deck Patching ., 3-21 -- 31.3.6 Asphaltic Concrete Patching 3-21 -- 31.3.7 Emergency Full-Depth Patching 3-21 -- 3.113.8 Crack Sealing 3-22 -- 3.1.3.9 Overlays to Bridge Decks 3-22 -- 3.1.3.10 Concrete Deck Replacement 3-24 -- 3 1.311 Timber Bridge Decks 3-24 -- 3.1.3.12 Steel Grid Decks 3-25 -- 3.1.3.3 Maintaining Deck Joints 3-26 -- 3.1.3.14 Deck Drainage Systems 3-33 -- 3.1.3.15 Curbs Sidewalks, and Railings 3-34 -- 3.1.4 Superstructure 3-37 -- 3.1.41 Jacking and Supporting the Superstructure. 3-37 -- 3.1.4.2 Bearing Maintenance and Repairs 3-40 -- 3.1.4.3 Beam Repair 3-46 -- 3.1.4.4 Truss Repair 3-54 -- 3. 5 Substructure 3-58 -- 3.1.5.1 Problems Associated With Substructure Caps 3-59 -- 3.1.5.2 M aintenance , 3-59 -- 3.1.5.3 Preventive Maintenance 3-59 -- 3.1.5.4 Repair Process 3-60 -- 3.1.5.5 Repairing Substructures Above Water 3-61 -- 3.1.5.6 Underwater Repair of Substructures 3-65 -- 3.1.5.7 Pile and Bent Repair 3-70 -- 3.1.6 Watercourse and Embankments 3-80 -- 3. 6.1 Removing Debris From Channels 3-80 -- 3.1.6.2 Scour Protection and Repair 3-83 -- 3.1.7 Protective Systems 3-90 -- 3.17.1 Protecting the Substructure 3-90 -- 3.1.7.2 Spot Painting to Protect the Superstructure 3-91 -- 3.1 .8 Environmental Aspects 3-98 -- 31.81 Lead-Based Paint Removal 3-98 -- 3.1.8.2 Other Environmental Concerns 3-99 -- 3.1.8.3 Hauling and Disposal Regulations 3-101 -- 3.1.8.4 Hazardous Wastes 3-102 -- 3.1.8.5 Historic Structures 3-102 -- 31,8.6 Noise Control 3-102 -- 3.1.8.7 Creosote-Treated Timber 3102 -- 311.8.8 W orker Safety 3-103 -- 3.1.8.9 Work Site Safety Review 3-105 -- 3.1.8,10 Toxic Materials 3-106 -- 3181 Confined Spaces 3-106 -- 3.1.8.12 Fall Protection, Rigging, Scaffolding, and Hoisting 3-109 -- 3.1.8.13 Safety Review 3-120 -- 3.1.9 Movable Bridges 3-121 -- 3.1.9.1 Types of Movable Bridges. 3-121 -- 3.1.9.2 Structural Maintenance 3-122 -- 3.1.9.3 Machinery and Equipment Maintenance 3-122 -- 3.1.9.4 Inspection and Maintenance of Specific Parts and Components 3-123 -- 319.5 nspection Items 3-126 -- 3.1.10 Maintenance Work Zone Traffic Control 3-128 -- 3.1.110.1 Control for Work Zones ,. 3-128 -- 3.1.10.2 Temporary Structures 3-133 -- 3.1.1 1 Developing Issues. 3 134 -- 31111. Nonmetallic Repair of Steel Bridge Components 3-134 -- 31.t 1.2 Nonmetallic Bridges 3134 -- 3.1,12 REFERENCES 3-135 -- 3.2 BRIDGE MANAGEMENT AND BRIDGE MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT 3., 3-136 -- 3.2.1 Introduction 3-136 -- 3.2.1.1 Bridge Maintenance Management Process 3-136 -- 3.2.1.2 Federal Bridge Management System Requirements 3-138 -- 3.2.1.3 PON TIS 3-138 -- 3.2 1.4 System-Level vs. Project-Level Management Decisions 3-138 -- 3,2. 1.5 System Interfaces 3 139 -- 3.2.2 Planning and Scheduling Bridge Maintenance. 3-140 -- 3.2.2.1 Long-Range Planning and Scheduling 3-140 -- 3.22.22 Work Orders 3-140 -- 3.2.2 3 Job Layout 3-140 -- 3.2.2.4 Short-Term Schedu ling Procedures 3-142 -- 3.2.2.5 Graphical Methods of Scheduling 3-143 -- 3.2.3 Performing the Work 3-143 -- 3.2.3.1 Job Execution 3-43 -- 3.2.3 2 Personnel Resources 3-144 -- 3.2.3.3 Equipment 3-144 -- 3.2.3.4 M ateri als 3 145 -- 3.2.4 Reporting Bridge Maintenance Accomplishments 3-145 -- 3.2.4.1 W hy Report? 3-145 -- 3.2.4.2 Report Requirements 3 3-145 -- 3.2.4.3 Reporting Procedures 3-146 -- 3.2.5 Contract Maintenance for Bridges 3-146 -- 3.2.5.1 Lump Sum Contracts 3-147 -- 3.2.5.2 Unit Price Contracts 3-148 -- 3.2.5.3 Cost Reimbursement Contracts 3-148 -- 3.2.5.4 Negotiated Contracts ,, 3-149 -- 3.2.5.5 Cost Comparison of Contracting vs. Performing Work In-house 3-150 -- 3.2.6 Quality Control and Quality Assurance of Bridge Maintenance Operations 3-150 -- 3
  • 26.1 QC at the Work Site 3150 -- 3.2.6.2 Technical Site Review 3-151 -- 3,2.6.3 Traffic Control Site Review 51 -- 3.2 6.4 Site Review of Tools and Equipment Use 3 3-151 -- 3.2.6.5 Site Review of Rigging and Climbing Practices 3-151 -- 3.2.6.6 Budget Monitoring 3-152 -- 3.2.6.7 Schedule Monitoring 3-152 -- 3.2.6.8 Methods of Quality Assurance 3-152 -- 3.2.7 Bridge Inspection 3-153 -- 3.2.7,1 Inspection Process 3-153 -- 3.272 NBI Program 3-153 -- 3.2.7.3 Performing the Inspection 3-153 -- 3.2.7.4 Inspection Reports 3-156 -- 3.2.7.5 Inspection Performed by Maintenance Supervisors 3-156 -- 3.2.7.6 Resource Estimating 3 156 -- 3.2.7.7 identifying Fracture-Critical Bridges 3-157 -- 3.2.7.8 Testing Existing Bridge Components 3-159 -- 3.2.7.9 Tests for Stee Members 3 61 -- 3.2.7.10 Tests for Timber Members , 3-162 -- 3.27.7 11 Load Tests 3-163 -- 3 2.8 Preliminary Site Visit to Plan a Bridge Repair 3-163 -- 3,2.8.1 Basic Information Required 316 3 -- 3.2.8.2 Channel Damage 3-164 -- 3,2.8.3 Approach Darnmage 3 164 -- 3.2.8,4 Deck Damage 3.1 3-165 -- 3 2.8 5 Superstructure Damage .1 3. 1. 6 6 -- 3.2.8.6 Substructure Damage 3-167 -- 3.2.8.7 Em ergency Dam age ,...,. , 3-167 -- 3.2.9 REFERENCES 3-168 -- 4.0 EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS -- 4.1 INTRODUCTION 4-1 -- 4.2 EQUA IPIM ENT APPLICATION I ..C , 4-2 -- 4.3 MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT 4-4 -- 4.4 ACQUISITION AND REPLACEMENT 4-5 -- 4.5 REFERENCES 4-8 -- 5.0 MAINTENANCE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT -- 5d 1 ADM INISTRATION , 5- 1 4f1 5 -- 5.2 M ETHO DS 5-2 -- 5.3 M ATERIA LS 5-2 -- 5,4 HUMAN RESOURCES AND PERSONNEL .J 1 5-3 -- 5,5 EQUIPM ENTi 45-3 -- 5.6 INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER 5-3 -- 6.0 TORT LITIGATION -- 61l TORT CLAIM S , 4 , 6-1 -- 6.2 REFERENCES 6-3
Control code
ocm44498631
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
1 volume (various pagings)
Isbn
9781560511359
Lccn
2004302602
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)44498631

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