|iv. Interim, milestone, and project completion dates specified in the contract as the only constraints in the schedule logic;
v. The quantity and estimated daily production rate for critical activities;
vi. Activities related to the procurement of materials, equipment, and articles of special manufacture;
vii. Activities related to the submission of working drawings, plans, and other data specified for review or approval by the Engineer;
vii. Activities related to Agency inspections; and
viii. Activities related to specified activities by the Agency and third parties.
b. CPM Schedule Submission Requirements. Provide the following items with each schedule submission. Submit  paper copy and  electronic copy of the schedule to the Engineer.
i. A logic diagram in color, depicting no more than 50 activities on each 11 by 17 in. [280 by 430 mm] sheet, and with each sheet including title, match data for diagram correlation, and a key.
ii. Tabular sorts of activities by early start, predecessor and successor, work area by early start, and total float;
iii. 60-day look-ahead bar charts by early start; and a
iv. Narrative report indicating the workdays per week, holidays, number of shifts per day, number of hours per shift, and how the schedule accommodates adverse weather days for each month.
3. Schedule Updates. Update the schedule on a monthly basis to show current progress. Include the following with each update:
a. Actual start and finish dates of each activity or remaining durations of activities started but not yet completed; and a
b. Narrative report describing progress during the month, shifts in the critical activities from the previous update, sources of delay, potential problem areas, work planned for the next update period, and changes made to the CPM schedule. Changes include additions, deletions, or revisions to activities due to the issuance of a contract revision, changes to an activity duration, changes to relationships between activities, or changes to the planned sequence of work or the method and manner of its performance.
Submit the updated schedule electronically to the Engineer. Also provide  paper copy of tabular sorts by total float and activity by early start.
D. Schedule Revisions. The Engineer may request a revised schedule. Circumstances that may lead to such a request include the following: