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82 1. What types of bridges do you demolish? â Steel girder â Concrete girder â Post-tension concrete box â Trusses â Movable â Rail Road [sic] 2. Is demolition usually part of a new bridge project or as a standalone project? 3. Do the contract documents normally specify specific requirements for demolition? 4. Are demolition requirements part of Owner Standard Specifications or Special Provisions? 5. Is a project specific demolition plan required? 6. Are demolition plans required typical or do they vary with bridge type and complexity? 7. Are demolition submittal requirements the same for partial demolition projects such as redecking, as for full superstructure removal? 8. Are demolition drawings and calculations required by the owner? 9. Does the owner supply: â Bridge condition reports? â Drawing content requirements? â Design criteria/calculation requirements? 10. Are the demolition superintendentâs credentials required to be supplied? 11. Does the Owner review or approve demolition plan submittals? 12. Are Ownerâs resident engineers experienced in demolition? 13. Is a specific pre-demolition meeting with the resident engineer required? 14. Do demolition requirements differ from âstandardâ projects for: â Staged construction? â ABC [accelerated bridge construction] projects? 15. Are any demolition methods typically prohibited by owners? A P P E N D I X D Construction Contractor Questionnaire