The preliminary engineering agreement is intended to reimburse Union Pacific for the costs and costs of reviewing a project. It is in the interest of all parties to complete the preliminary technical review before commitments are made or construction begins. It is recommended that the Agency contact the appropriate public project manager to obtain assistance in the preparation of the preliminary engineering agreement and to obtain a quote. Following the final approved plans and the approval of union Pacific`s estimate, Union Pacific will develop the corresponding licensing, entry, construction and maintenance agreements. If all agreements have been executed, construction can begin. If approved, Union Pacific will continue to work with you to develop plans, specifications and estimates of materials and costs for rail work related to your project. It is also clear that if the project is built, if necessary, at no cost to the railways, under separate agreements. As part of these agreements, it is necessary to supplement the guidelines and procedural documents relating to the development of C-M agreements between TxDOT and various railway companies, including: TxDOT regularly enters into construction and maintenance contracts (C-M) with railway companies that issue the licence and authorisation to TxDOT to carry out rail work before the sages. A separate agreement on the contractor`s right of entry is then concluded between the contractor and the railway company to allow the holder to have a priority right over the railways. Two original copies of a preliminary design agreement signed with your Concept Print must be forwarded to Union Pacific for signature. Once the agreement is implemented, the railways will begin to review your proposal. It is recommended that conceptual impressions be 11 x 17 with a scale of 1 inch to 20 feet. It is recommended that you contact the Union Pacific Railroad at an early stage to ensure that arrangements can be made to conclude an interim construction agreement.
The objective of the agreement is to identify safety, engineering, after-sales service, operations, regulation, costs, risks and other issues specific to each proposed project. The purpose of Union Pacific`s review is to identify plans and improvements that meet The requirements of the Pacific Union. This preliminary engineering agreement must cover interim engineering. Both parties believe that the railways may refuse their authorization for any reason, directly or indirectly related to safety or operation, land issues or the effect on their facilities. Any proposal to improve roads or roads or construction, government authorities, businesses or individuals that harm or are located in the Union Pacific Railroad government must be evaluated by the railways to ensure the safety of public and rail personnel, preserve the quality of rail transportation for our customers and protect our assets.