206 REMOVAL OF EXISTING PAVEMENT, SIDEWALK, PAVED DITCHES, CURB, OR COMBINATION CURB AND GUTTER

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206.01 DESCRIPTION
Remove to full depth and dispose of existing pavement, sidewalk, paved ditches, curb, or combination curb and gutter.
206.02 MATERIALS
Not applicable.
206.03 CONSTRUCTION
206.03.01 Full Depth Saw Cut. Saw cut to full depth the existing pavement, sidewalk, paved ditches, curb, or combination curb and gutter along the lines specified or as directed.
206.03.02 Use of Removed Pavement, Sidewalk, Paved Ditches, Curb, or Combination Curb and Gutter. When approved, removed materials may be broken and used in the work. Refer to 204.02.01.
206.03.03 Protection of Retained Pavement, Sidewalk, Paved Ditches, Curb, or Combination Curb and Gutter. Protect all sections designated to remain from being damaged. Repair or replace damaged areas.
206.04 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT
The payment will be full compensation for all material, labor, equipment, tools, and incidentals necessary to complete the work.
206.04.01  Removal of existing pavement, sidewalk, paved ditches, curb or combination curb and gutter, and full depth saw cuts within the limits of any class of excavation will not be measured but the cost will be incidental to the Contract unit price for the Class of Excavation in which it occurs.
206.04.02 Saw cuts, removal of existing pavement, sidewalk (except as specified in 603.04), paved ditches, and curb or combination curb and gutter (except as specified in 602.04) outside the limits of any class of excavation will be measured in the original position and paid for as follows:
(a) Saw Cuts per linear foot when an item is included in the Contract Documents.
(b) Removal of Existing Pavement, Sidewalk, and Paved Ditches per cubic yard.
(c) Removal of Existing Curb or Combination Curb and Gutter per linear foot.
When any material included in (b) or (c) is removed but not replaced, backfilling and landscaping as directed by the Engineer will not be included in Contract Unit Price. Payment for this work will be made using the applicable items included in the Contract Documents.