Latest Specifications Revisions

The table below summarizes the changes made with the latest revisions to the SUDAS Standard Specifications. There is also a link below that contains the entire revision packets. However, if your manual is not updated to the 2020 Edition, the revisions below will not coordinate with your manual.

Download a complete packet of the revisions

2021 Edition card for the Specifications

Specifications revision cover letter

DivisionSectionPagesSummary of Change
IntroUpdated the Contributors and Acknowledgments page. Note - if you want to replace the small business card for the spine of your manual, click on the link above.
1Table of Contentsi-ivUpdated based on changes made in Division 1.
11010ALLReplace ENTIRE SECTION with enclosed pages. Added new abbreviations and definitions.
11040, 1.06, C3-6Added information on paying for delivered materials if the bid item is deleted.
11060, 1.021-2Add “and other substitutions” to the title to tie the technical specs back to Division 1.
11070, 2.08, C9-12Added clarification concerning maintenance of the work area during the project.
22010, 3.06, B and 3.09, C17-18Eliminated confusion and expanded options to include loaded truck and weighted/ticketed truck. Deleted old ASTM references and replaced with new one.
3Table of Contentsi-iiUpdated based on changes made in Division 3.
33010, 2.05, B7-8Changed Iowa DOT Gradation 13 to 13a.
3Figure 3010.1021-2Iowa DOT requested adding a note at the top to state it is not intended for primary roadways.
3Figure 3010.1031-2Iowa DOT requested adding a note at the top to state it is not intended for primary roadways.
3Figure 3010.1041Iowa DOT requested adding a note at the top to state it is not intended for primary roadways.
33020ALLAdded information for surface restoration.
4Table of Contentsv-viUpdated based on changes made in Division 4.
44010, 1.08 and 2.011-10Expanded options for lining of concrete pipe to include PVC and HDPE.
44050, 1.031-2Added requirements related to styrene dispersion identified in recent research.
44050, 2.01, A7-8Corrected ASTM reference typo.
44050, 3.03, E-G15-18Corrected outline typos.
44060, 3.023-7Deleted visual inspection item and renumbered items that followed.
5Table of Contentsi-iiUpdated based on changes made in Division 5.
550103-11Deleted prestressed concrete cylinder pipe and updated material requirements for ductile iron pipe.
55020, 3.037-8Clarified the fire hydrant placement and orientation to meet 2018 International Fire Code.
5Figure 5020.2011Clarified that the anchor tee is part of the fire hydrant assembly.
55030, 3.06-3.085-6Updated to provide an alternate sampling process.
6Table of ContentsALLUpdated based on changes made in Division 6.
66010, 1.08, 2.09, and 2.131-10Expanded options for lining of concrete pipe to include PVC and HDPE. Updated ASTM reference. Added steps for structures deeper than 20 feet.
66010, 3.05 and 3.0617-18Corrected formatting errors.
6Figures 6010.301-405ALLAdded steps for structures deeper than 20 feet; updated infiltration barrier depiction and note.
6Figure 6010.5131Updated notes.
6Figure 6010.5421-4Reissued to remove “interim” from the title block.
7Table of Contentsv-xUpdated based on changes made in Division 7.
77021ALLDeleted Hamburg testing requirement from subsection 2.05; affected pages that followed.
77030, 3.04 and 3.057-12Clarified maximum, target, and minimum cross slope requirements, which shifted pages down. Also changed the default to curing PCC sidewalks, shared use paths, and driveways (rather than “when specified”).
77040, 1.01, 1.02, 1.08, 2.01, and 3.011-8Added information for restoring the pavement after utility locations. Designated a specific gradation to extend grout.
77040, 3.1115-16Added information for restoring the pavement after utility locations.
7Figure 7040.1011Expanded joint options depending on paving sequence.
7Figure 7040.1021Expanded joint options depending on paving sequence.
7Figure 7040.1071Added new figure for restoring the pavement after utility locations.
77080, 2.033-4Deleted the AASHTO and ASTM references in the various aggregates as they do not match the Iowa DOT's gradations. Changed Iowa DOT Gradation 13 to 13a.
77080, 3.01, 3.05-3.095-8Updated compaction standards for the various layers when constructing a permeable interlocking pavement.
8Table of Contentsi-iiUpdated based on changes made in Division 8.
88010, 2.01, A, 43-14Added HDPE handhole to acceptable products, which shifted pages down.
8Figure 8010.1031-2Added an HDPE handhole.
88030, 2.02, E3-4Minor correction.
99010, 1.08, D, 33-4Clarified confusion of MGAL.
99010, 2.07, C, 513-14Updated AASHTO reference.

 

Page last updated: December 2, 2020

TOP