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N. The review and approval of these Final Engineering Plans and specifications by the Lake County Division of Transportation and/or the Township Highway Commissioner does not constitute a release from or grant of variation from the standards and specifications required in the Lake County, Illinois, Subdivision Ordinance, latest edition. The owner, the owner’s designated representatives, and/or all successors and assigns shall be solely responsible for all work and improvements within the limits of the right-of-way. Unless otherwise specified, approved in writing by the Division of Transportation and the Township Highway Commissioner, all work and materials necessary to construct roadway and drainage improvements within the limits of the right-of-way shall be in conformance with the Lake County, Illinois, Subdivision Ordinance and the latest editions of and revisions to the following Illinois Department of Transportation specification books and manuals.
• Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction
• Supplemental Specifications and Recurring Special Provisions
• Standard Specifications for Traffic Control Items
• State of Illinois Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways
• Highway Standards
O. The construction, including materials use, shall be in accordance with the above references of the Illinois Department of Transportation specifications.
P. The Lake County Division of Transportation and/or the Township Highway Commissioner shall not be held liable for any errors or omissions in these Final Engineering Plans or for any additional work which may be needed due to errors or omissions in these Final Engineering Plans.
Q. The owner, the owner’s designated representatives, and/or all successors and assigns shall be solely responsible for any additional work, and all costs thereof, required because of errors or omissions in these Final Engineering Plans and for the correction of any construction, maintenance, or safety problems which become apparent during construction or by inspections made by the Resident Engineer or the Lake County Division of Transportation.
R. The Resident Engineer shall be responsible for establishing the proper lines and grades for all construction work including earthwork, paving, curbing, and drainage. The Resident Engineer shall also be responsible for all other engineering work including inspections and any testing required by the Lake County Division of Transportation. An inspector, as provided or approved by the Resident Engineer, shall be present during critical phases of the construction work.
(Ord., Appendix C, passed 10-13-2009)