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 09/06/17)
A. Correction to footnote in Table 725-1.
B. Corrections to Detail 505: Concrete Pipe Collar. (Moved to Case 17-14)
C. Correct spelling error in Section 337.3
D. Adjust Section 105.6 for Blue Stake name change to Arizona 811.
E. Correct Spelling in Section 630: “forecast” should be “for cast.”
F. Correct rebar depicted in Section B-B of Detail 206-1.
G. Change Minimum Sand Adhesion to Maximum in Section 322.214.171.124.
H. Correct reference for Granular Material (p. Index-5). (Withdrawn)
I. Correct water box cover references on Detail 390.
J. In Section 728 change ASTM D6103 to D6103-04.
K. In Section 729 change ASTM D5971 to D1751.
L. Correct numbering of notes on Detail 391-1.
M. Remove reference to Swanson 800 Series on Detail 503.
N. Make rebar symbol same size on Detail 422.
O. Change “waterproof paper” to “curing paper” in Section 726.
P. Indent text in Section 725.9 for clarity.
Warren White, Chandler;
Revisions to Section 337 Crack Sealing.
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