Each year the MAG Standard Specifications and Details Committee reviews changes to the Uniform Standard Specifications and Details for Public Works Construction document. These changes are first reviewed in separate cases. This project page is designed to be a resource for committee members to access the most current versions of cases under consideration throughout the year.
(Page last updated 9/24/20)
Revisions to Section 360: Telecommunications Installation
New Section 626 Corrosion Coating of Sanitary Sewer Manholes
Jim Badowich, Avondale,
Revisions to Section 611: Add Sanitary Sewer Manhole Vacuum Testing
Revisions to Detail 550 Spillway Inlet and Outlet: Clarify geometry/dimensions
Karl Rockwell, MCDOT
A. Clarify “PAYMENT” note on Detail 251.
B. Change “DRAFT” to “REVISED” on Detail 505 title block.
C. Make Section 787 Gray Iron Castings match manhole frame covers. ASTM 48 Class 35 and AASHTO M306.
D. Delete unneeded tests from Tables 714-2 and 715-2.
E. Correct typographic error in Detail 220-1, Note 1, to reference Section 340 instead of 304.
F. Update size of weld beads on Detail 393.
G. Change all occurrences of highlighted “storm sewer” to “storm drain.”
Delete Detail 346 Fire Line Detector Check Vault
Revisions to Section 725 Portland Cement Concrete
New Section 303 Previous Concrete Base Coarse, Revisions to Section 323 Pervious Concrete, and a new Pervious Concrete Pavement Detail
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