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APPENDIX D
References**

1. Berkey, Charles P. and Durand, W. F., Consulting Engineer's Report No. 70,

"Certain Features of Proposed Irrigation Plan of the Columbia Basin Project,*"
U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, May 8, 1943

2. Bryan, Kirk, Appendix B, "Geological Conditions Affecting Reservoirs and Other

Structures, *" by Homer J. Gault, of the report on the Columbia Basin Irrigation
Project. U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, March 26, 1924

3. Ehrenhard, Philip E., "Progress Report for Borrow Pit Investigations at Potholes

Dam,*" U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, December 11, 1945

4. , "Report for Borrow Pit Investigations at Potholes Dam, *" U. S.

Bureau of Reclamation, July 19, 1946

5. Irwin, W. H., "Field Review of Geological Investigation--Columbia Basin Project,*"

U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, June 7, 1944

6. Jones, Fred O., "Progress Report of Geological Investigations--Columbia Basin

Project,*" U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, April 30, 1943

7. ' , "Progress Report of Geological Investigations--Columbia Basin Proj

ect, *" U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, May 10, 1944

8. , "Geological Report on Potholes Dam Site and Reservoir--Columbia

Basin Project, Washington,*" U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, March 17, 1945

9. Jones, Fred O. and Wilson, Robert E., "Progress Report of Geological Investiga

tions--Columbia Basin Project,*" U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, November 20, 1944

10. Kennedy, M. W. and Durway, C. J., "Report for Additional Borrow Pit Investiga

tions of Impervious Zone 1 Materials for Potholes Dam--Specifications No. 1400,*" U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, March 23, 1949

11. Schwennesen, A. T. and Meinzer, O. E., Water Supply Paper No. 425E, "Ground

Water in the Quincy Valley, Washington," U. S. Geological Survey, 1918

12. Young, W. R., Savage, J. L., Debler, E. B., and McBirney, H. R., "Develop

ment of Irrigation Plan, Columbia Basin Project,*" U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, July 20, 1943

13. U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, Final.Construction Report, Specifications No. 1400,*

August 6, 1951

* Unpublished. ♦♦Superscript numbers throughout the text refer to appropriate selected items in this appendix.

located 226 feet downstream, (d) 7 points located 350 feet downstream, and (e) 3 points located 400 feet downstream. At the main embankment section, station 160+00 to station 178+00, the lines of points 25 feet upstream and 50 feet downstream are located on 100foot centers. Distances between the remainder of the points vary from 75 to 400 feet.

The points consist of 3-foot lengths of 1-inch-square steel reinforcement bars driven into the surface of the dam at the prescribed locations. A pointed bar was driven into the embankment at the desired location. This bar was then removed and the 1-inch-square reinforcement bar was driven into the hole. The top of the bar was allowed to extend between 3 and 6 inches above the surface. A hole 1 foot deep and 1 foot in diameter was then excavated around the bar and filled with concrete to insure firm anchorage. After the concrete had set, crosses were chiseled on top of the bars for station, elevation, and alinement readings. Elevations of these points were tied into the benchmarks shown in figure 33 and to others farther from the dam.

APPENDIX

APPENDIX A
Cost summary for O'Sullivan Dam
Direct Costs

Contract Payments

C. F. Lytle, Green Construction Co.,

and Amis Construction Co., under

specifications No. 1400 $10,533,958.98

Reservoir clearing 1, 700. 00

Subtotal 110, 535; 658.98

Government-Furnished Material

High-pressure gate with hoist 14,174.01

Trashracks 1,728.49

Settlement point pipe and fittings 6, 556.68

Piezometer pipe and fittings 1, 065. 51

Sand, gravel, cement grout pipe, etc. 20,835.91

Miscellaneous material 5,174. 66

Government construction facilities 1, 067.99

Subtotal 50,603.25

Force account 5,106.37

Land purchase 361,809.68

Land rights 105,263.64

Total Direct Costs 11, 058, 441.92

Indirect Costs

Surveys and investigations 436, 246.14

Designs and specifications 44, 520. 36

Supervision of construction 12, 457. 21

Administrative and general expenses 1,131, 762.94

Utilities (water rental for contractor's housing) 9, 076.92

Subtotal —1, 834, 083.57

Less cost of camp 8, 875. 50

(purchased by Government)

Total Indirect Costs 1,625.188.07

Grand Total

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