CENTERVILLE-OSTERVILLE-MARSTONS MILLS WATER DEPARTMENT
1.) Pipe 6 Through 12 class 52 Ductile Iron, cement lined, tar coated as manufactured by Griffin Pipe Products Company.
2.) Pipe 16 Same as above Class 51.
3.) Hydrants Mueller Centurion, mechanical joint, open right, 5 Ό opening, 56 bury.
4.) Gate Valves Mueller Resilient Seat or Kennedy Ken-Seal, open left, mechanical joints.
5.) Fittings Class 250, Cast Iron, cement lined, tar coated or Class 350, Ductile Iron, Heavy Weight, cement lined, tar coated. Hydrant tees shall be anchor tees. All fittings shall be American made, mechanical joint.
6.) Tapping Sleeves and Gates Mueller, mechanical joint, open left, working pressure of 200 P.S.I., cast iron, cement lined and tar coated. All valves or sleeves shall be supplied with and air test plug.
7.) Gate Valve Boxes Shall be cast iron, tar coated, sliding type adjustable with cast iron cover. Inside diameter shall be 5 1/4 or larger and all boxes shall be American made as manufactured by Tyler.
8.) Cast Couplings and /or Dresser Couplings shall not be allowed on new water main construction. Solid Sleeves may be used as approved by the Superintendent.
1.) Water main layout will be designed by the Water Department and / or the Depts engineer at the expense of the developer.
2.) Proposed Roadways will be cleared and grubbed sufficiently enough to lay the water mains seven (7) feet, or ten (10) feet off the property sideline, or as determined by the Water Department.
3.) Grade stakes and property sideline stakes will be supplied at fifty (50) foot intervals along the proposed roadways. All lot corners will be staked and flagged. All the above mentioned stakes will be certified as to accuracy in writing to the Water Department by a registered professional land surveyor and inspected by the Superintendent of the Water Department before any work can be performed, including the delivery of materials.
4.) Sub-grade on the roadways shall be established and certified, and water mains shall be installed only if the sub-grade is within twelve (12) inches below finish grade.
5.) Slide slopes shall be rough graded and prepared for finish loam and seed.
6.) All necessary Town and /or State permits must be obtained and a copy sent to the Water Department.
1.) Pipe must be unloaded with forks or crane device; pipe shall not be rolled off of trucks or trailers. All materials of any kind will be unloaded with a machine in order to prevent damage to any materials.
2.) The specifications for laying water mains, etc., as published by Whitman & Howard shall be used for work done in this Fire District. Substitutions are not allowed. Copies of these specifications may be obtained from the Water Department upon request.
3.) All pipes will have a 50cover.
4.) Pressure Test Must be performed at 160 P.S.I. under the direct supervision of the Water Department Superintendent and approved by same. Test taps and /or chlorination taps shall be installed as directed by the Water Department Superintendent.
5.) Chlorination The Contractor shall chlorinate the new mains under the supervision of the Water Department, with a hypochlorite solution of a strength that will result in a minimum residual within the system of fifty (50) parts per million.
6.) Water samples must be taken by the Contractor and approved by the Barnstable County Health Department before any service taps are installed in the water mains.
7.) Hydrants will be painted with two coats of the following paint: Rust-Oleum #1282 Forest Green, Rust-Oleum #906 Silver Gray, and 3M Brand Scotch-lite Reflective Paint #7216 White.
8.) All Pipes and appurtenances must be deeded to the District and recorded at the Registry of Deeds before the water is turned on.
9.) All gate boxes and hydrants will be raised to finished grade by the Contractor. Hydrant extensions and gate box extensions of approved quality will be used to accomplish this.
10.) Tapping Sleeves and Gates shall be installed in accordance with specifications and air tested before cutting is allowed.
11.) All materials will meet the Districts specifications. Damaged materials will not be installed within this water system.
1.) An Inspector of the Water Department must be on the job at all times when work is being performed.
2.) A normal work week shall be 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
3.) The Inspector must be approved by the Superintendent of the Water Department.
4.) A list of approved inspectors is available at the Water Department office.
5.) The Inspectors fee will be charged to the owner of the subdivision and payment must be made before the water is turned on. Rates are available at the Water Department office.
6.) The Inspector is required for the unloading of pipe and materials at the job site.
7.) All Requests for an Inspector must be made 72 hours prior to any work being done. All requests will be directed to the Superintendent of the Water Department.
1.) Any and all cost for the completed installation of water mains, including any improvements and /or extensions to the existing water system, inspection, testing, permits, etc, shall be paid for the developer.
2.) Only approved Contractors shall install water piping within this Fire District. An approval list of Contractors is available at the Water Department.
1.) Service pipe 200 P.S.I. Plastic (C.T.S.) of the size specified by the Water Department.
2.) Tracing Wire - #12 THHM, solid copper, blue in color.
3.) Corporations 1 Red Hed Fig. 438A & G, 1 Mueller H15008 (110 compression), 1 ½ Mueller H15013 (110 Compression), 2 Mueller H15013 (110 compression).
4.) Curb Stops 1 Red Hed Fig. B415G, 1 Mueller H15219, (110 compression), 1 ½ Mueller Oriseal H10284 Mark II, 2 Mueller Oriseal H01284 Mark II.
5.) Curb Boxes Buffalo 94E, Caldwell #1 recessed lids, both of the adjustable sliding type with 56 bury.
6.) Roadway Boxes 145R, 56 bury, adjustable sliding type.
7.) Tapping Saddles shall be style #331 Smith-Blair, Mueller or Rockwell double strap C.C. service saddles.
8.) Curb Stop Markers 4x4 Oak Posts.
9.) All materials will meet the Districts specifications. Damaged materials will not be installed within this water system.
1.) All service to side lines will be sized by the Superintendent of the Water Department.
2.) Services will be located by the Contractor in the middle of the lot, or as directed by the Water Department.
3.) All taps into the water main will be wet taps under full pressure.
4.) Services on the same side of the street as the water main shall consist of 9 feet or 12 feet of plastic, as necessary to have the curb stop inside the property line by 2 feet, a corporation, curb stop, box, and marker.
5.) Service on the opposite side of the street from the water main shall consist of 33 feet or 42 feet of plastic, as necessary to have the curb stop inside the property line by 2 feet, a corporation, curb stop, box, and marker.
6.) Services on a cul-de-sac or dead-end street shall be designed in the field by the Water Department.
7.) All pipes shall have 50 Cover.
8.) All curb and roadway boxes will be raised to finished grade and marked with a 4x4 oak post. Tie sheets to each box shall be taken by the Contractor and submitted to the Water Department.
9.) Tracing wire shall be installed and spaced 12 inches above and directly on top of the plastic tubing. Care shall be taken so that the wire does not come in contact with the plastic tubing. Wire shall be stripped and wrapped around the C.C. threads of the corporation at the water main with one additional foot of wire loosely tied to the curb stop.
1.) Same as inspection for water mains.