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Supplemental Specifications for Roadway Lighting Systems
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All work associated with the installation of roadway lighting systems shall conform to current Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Design Standards, Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, AASHTO Roadway Lighting Design Guide, the National Electrical Code (NEC) and/or the National Electric Safety Code (NESC), and this supplement. If a contradiction in code arises between the NEC and NESC, the NESC shall be the governing document. It is the intent of this supplement to detail installation requirements, dictated by the County, which exceed FDOT standards and NEC requirements. It is the Contractor’s responsibility to note these extended specifications and to adhere to the methods and requirements mandated in this document.
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