DFCM
Bid DA14027
Solicitation DA14027
Corrections-Intercom & Paging System Remodel Draper
Prison-13304100
Bid designation: Public
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Bid DA14027
Corrections-Intercom & Paging System Remodel Draper Prison13304100
Bid Number
Bid Title
Expected Expenditure
DA14027
Corrections-Intercom & Paging System Remodel Draper Prison-13304100
$207,000.00 (This price is expected - not guaranteed)
Bid Start Date
May 30, 2014 2:05:38 PM MDT
Bid End Date
Jun 26, 2014 2:30:00 PM MDT
Question & Answer End
Jun 18, 2014 4:00:00 PM MDT
Date
Bid Contact
Craig Wessman
DFCM
801-673-2107
cwessman@utah.gov
Bid Contact
Denise Austin
VBS Program Coordinator
DFCM
801-538-3708
daustin@utah.gov
Contract Duration
One Time Purchase
Contract Renewal
Not Applicable
Prices Good for
45 days
Pre-Bid Conference
Jun 10, 2014 8:30:00 AM MDT
Attendance is mandatory
Location: Corrections Administration Building 14717 Minuteman Drive
Draper, Utah
Bid Comments
Replacement of the existing intercom and paging systems in two separate buildings. The work includes modification to the
existing control panels in the control rooms for the new switching and activation keys. The work includes removing the
existing equipment, cabling, wires, speakers, and other equipment. The new equipment is to be installed as indicated on the
drawings and specification which includes but is not limited to the following items: new amplifiers, speakers, switches,
indicator lights, cabling and wiring, equipment housing boxes, and keyed control switches.
Item Response Form
Item
DA14027--01-01 - Base Bid
Quantity
1 lump sum
Unit Price
Subcontractor's List
Due 6/27/2014
Liquidated Damages
$175 per day
Completion Date
11/28/2014
# of DFCM Addendums
Business Organization
Type
Contractor's License #
Delivery Location
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Bid DA14027
4110 State Office Bldg.
Salt Lake City UT 84114
Qty 1
Description
Replacement of the existing intercom and paging systems.
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STATE OF UTAH - DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
Division of Facilities Construction and Management
DFCM
MULTI-STEP BIDDING PROCESS
FOR
CONTRACTORS
Request For Solicitation For
Construction Services
Stage II – Electrical Contractors Bidders List
FY2014
May 30, 2014
INTERCOM & PAGING SYSTEM REMODEL
DRAPER PRISON WASATCH & OQUIRRH
BUILDINGS
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
DRAPER, UTAH
DFCM Project No. 13304100
Envision Engineering
244 West 300 North, Ste. 100
Salt Lake City, Utah
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page #
Title Sheet
Table of Contents
Invitation to Bid
Project Description
Stage II – Multi-Step Bidding Process
Stage II - Project Schedule
Bid Bond
Instructions and Subcontractors List Form
Contractor's Agreement
Performance Bond
Payment Bond
Certificate of Substantial Completion
Past Performance Rating Form
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Technical Specifications:
Drawings:
Current copies of the DFCM General Conditions dated May 25, 2005 and all Supplemental General
Conditions are available upon request at the DFCM office and on the DFCM web site at
www.dfcm.utah.gov - “Standard Documents” – “Reference Documents” – “Supplemental General Conditions”,
and are hereby made part of these contract documents by reference.
The Agreement and General Conditions dated May 25, 2005 have been updated from versions that were formally
adopted and in use prior to this date. The changes made to the General Conditions are identified in a document
entitled Revisions to General Conditions that is available on DFCM’s web site at www.dfcm.utah.gov.
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INVITATION TO BID
ONLY FIRMS PRE-QUALIFIED DURING STAGE I OF THE RFS ARE ALLOWED TO BID ON THIS PROJECT
The State of Utah - Division of Facilities Construction and Management (DFCM) is requesting bids for the
construction of the following project:
INTERCOM & PAGING SYSTEM REMODEL
DRAPER PRISON WASATCH & OQUIRRH BUILDINGS
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
DFCM PROJECT NO: 13304100
Project Description: Replacement of the intercom equipment in the security cell block areas in multiple locations.
Includes modifying existing control panels in the control rooms, complete with new switches, speakers, and
microphones. Also includes new intercom and paging amplifiers, speakers, cabling, and equipment boxes and
removal of the existing speakers, cabling, and amplifiers. Construction Cost Estimate: $207,000
FY2014 Prequalified Electrical Contractors
All-Tech Electric
Probst Electric
Custom Electrical Services
Schoonmaker Electro Mechanical
GSL Electric
Skyline Electric Company
Hidden Peak Electric
Taylor Electric
Patriot Construction LLC
TEC Electric
The bid documents will be available at 3:00 PM on Friday May 30, 2014 on the DFCM web page at
http://dfcm.utah.gov. See Project Description on page 4 for contact information.
A MANDATORY pre-bid meeting and site visit will be held at 8:30 AM on Tuesday, June 10, 2014, at the Dept.
of Corrections Administration Building, 14717 Minuteman Drive, Draper, Utah (this building is located on the East
side of I-15). Prior to this meeting, the contractor’s representative that will be attending this meeting must
submit a “USP Background Check Form” no later than 4:00 PM on Wednesday, June 04, 2014. All prequalified prime contractors wishing to bid on this project must attend this meeting starting in the Administration
Building and then moving to the construction sites which are inside the prison security area. The “USP Background
Check Form” is included as a part of the documents for this project. The individual must pass the background
check to enter the sites inside the security area. Attendance at both the initial meeting in the Admin. Bldg. and the
actual construction sites are required as part of the pre-bid meeting. Also included is the Utah Dept. of Corrections
“Outside Contractor Rules and Regulations” which are a part of the requirements for this project to gain access to
the project areas within the security areas. These rules apply both to the initial walk through and during
construction.
Bids are to be submitted electronically through a secure mailbox at BidSync (www.bidsync.com) until 2:30 PM on
Thursday, June 26, 2014. It is the sole responsibility of the contractor to ensure their bid reaches BidSync before
the closing date and time. There is no cost to the contractor to submit electronic bids via BidSync. Electronic bids
may require the uploading of electronic attachments. The submission of attachments containing embedded
documents (i.e., zip files, .mov, wmp, and mp3 files, etc.) is prohibited. All documents should be attached as
separate files. Questions about using BidSync, please call customer service at 801-765-9245 option 1, option 1.
A bid bond in the amount of five percent (5%) of the bid amount, made payable to the Division of Facilities
Construction and Management on DFCM’s bid bond, shall accompany the bid submission and uploaded in
BidSync. If the bid bond is not furnished with the bid through bidsync, the BID is NONRESPONSIVE.
The Division of Facilities Construction & Management reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any
formality or technicality in any bid in the interest of the State.
DIVISION OF FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT
Capitol Hill Complex
4110 State Office Building
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Contact Information:
Project Specific Questions: All questions are to be submitted in writing through BidSync
(www.bidsync.com). Refer to Project Schedule for deadline.
Bidsync Technical/Bidding Questions: Bidsync Customer Service 801-765-9245 Option 1, Option 1 or
www.bidsync.com.
DFCM Project Manager: Craig Wessman
Phone: 801 673-2107
Project Description: Replacement of the existing intercom and paging systems in two separate buildings. The
work includes modification to the existing control panels in the control rooms for the new switching and activation
keys. The work includes removing the existing equipment, cabling, wires, speakers, and other equipment. The new
equipment is to be installed as indicated on the drawings and specification which includes but is not limited to the
following items: new amplifiers, speakers, switches, indicator lights, cabling and wiring, equipment housing boxes,
and keyed control switches.
Schedule: Work in these areas must be scheduled in advance (14 days) since security must be
maintained. The actual work should be completed in the least amount of time possible especially work on
the control panels. The panels should come pre-assembled if possible to minimize the time needed to
connect into the system. Only one control room shall be down at any given time while the switching of
the panels is completed and the equipment is installed. Also only one control room shall be disrupted at a
time for the other associated work required by this contract. Multiple crews working in different buildings
or control rooms is not allowed due to the need to schedule a guard with each crew, unless prior approval
is given by the Dept. of Corrections. The contractor should not plan on having multiple guards available.
Base Bid: Replacement of the existing intercom and paging systems.
Additive Alternates: None
Liquidated Damages: $175 per day.
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STAGE II - MULTI-STEP BIDDING PROCESS
ONLY FIRMS PRE-QUALIFIED DURING STAGE I OF THE RFS ARE ALLOWED TO BID ON THIS PROJECT
1.
Invitational Bid Procedures
Each pre-qualified firm will be notified via e-mail from Bidsync when a project is ready for Construction Services
to invite them to bid on the project.
2.
Drawings and Specifications and Interpretations
Drawings, specifications and other contract documents may be obtained as stated in the Invitation to Bid. If any
firm is in doubt as to the meaning or interpretation of any part of the drawings, specifications, scope of work or
contract documents, they shall submit a request for interpretation through Bidsync’s web site at www.bidsync.com
by the question deadline identified in the schedule. Answers to questions and interpretations will be made via
addenda issued by DFCM. Neither DFCM or the designer shall be responsible for incorrect information obtained
by contractors from sources other than the official drawings/specifications and addenda issued by DFCM.
3.
Product Approvals
Where reference is made to one or more proprietary products in the contract documents, but restrictive descriptive
materials of one or more manufacturer(s) is referred to in the contract documents, the products of other
manufacturers will be accepted, provided they equal or exceed the standards set forth in the drawings and
specifications and are compatible with the intent and purpose of the design, subject to the written approval of the
Designer. Such written approval must occur prior to the deadline established for the last scheduled addendum to be
issued. The Designer’s written approval will be included as part of the addendum issued by DFCM. If the
descriptive material is not restrictive, the products of other manufacturers specified will be accepted without prior
approval provided they are compatible with the intent and purpose of the design as determined by the Designer.
4.
Mandatory PreBid Site Meeting
If a firm fails to attend a pre-bid site meeting labeled “Mandatory” they will not be allowed to bid on the project.
At the mandatory meeting, contractors may have an opportunity to inspect the site, receive additional instructions
and ask questions about the project. The schedule contains information on the date, time, and place of the
mandatory pre-bid site meeting.
5.
Addenda
All clarifications from DFCM will be in writing and issued as an addendum to the RFS. Addenda will be posted on
Bidsync’s web site at www.bidsync.com . Contractors are responsible for obtaining information contained in each
addendum from the web site. Addenda issued prior to the submittal deadline shall become part of the bidding
process and must be acknowledged when the bid is submitted electronically through www.bidsync.com. Failure to
acknowledge addenda shall result in disqualification from bidding. DFCM shall not be responsible for incorrect
information obtained by contractors from sources other than official addenda issued by DFCM.
6.
Financial Responsibility of Contractors, Subcontractors and Sub-subcontractors
Contractors shall respond promptly to any inquiry in writing by DFCM to any concern of financial responsibility of
the Contractor, Subcontractor or Sub-subcontractor. Failure to respond may result in suspension from DFCM’s list
of pre-qualified contractors.
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7.
Licensure
The Contractor shall comply with and require all of its Subcontractors to comply with the license laws as required
by the State of Utah.
8.
Permits
In concurrence with the requirements for permitting in the general conditions, it is the responsibility of the
contractor to obtain the fugitive dust plan requirements from the Utah Division of Air Quality and the SWPPP
requirements from the Utah Department of Environmental Quality and submit the completed forms and pay any
permit fee that may be required for this specific project. Failure to obtain the required permit may result in work
stoppage and/or fines from the regulating authority that will be the sole responsibility of the contractor. Any delay
to the project as a result of any such failure to obtain the permit or noncompliance with the permit shall not be
eligible for any extension in the Contract Time.
9.
Time is of the Essence
Time is of the essence in regard to all the requirements of the contract documents.
10.
Bids
Before submitting a bid, each bidder shall carefully examine the contract documents; shall visit the site of the work;
shall fully inform themselves as to all existing conditions and limitations; and shall include in the bid the cost of all
items required by the contract documents including those added via addenda. If the bidder observes that portions
of the contract documents are at variance with applicable laws, building codes, rules, regulations or contain obvious
erroneous or uncoordinated information, the bidder shall promptly notify the DFCM Project Manager. Changes
necessary to correct these issues will be made via addenda issued by DFCM.
Bids are to be submitted electronically through a secure mailbox BidSync (www.bidsync.com) until the date and
time on the Project Schedule. It is the sole responsibility of the contractor to ensure their bid reaches BidSync
before the closing date and time. There is no cost to the contractor to submit electronic bids via BidSync.
Electronic bids may require the uploading of electronic attachments. The submission of attachments containing
embedded documents (i.e., zip files, .mov, wmp, and mp3 files, etc.) is prohibited. All documents should be
attached as separate files.
A bid bond properly signed by a qualified surety, as indicated on the DFCM Bid Bond form provided along with
this Instruction to Bidders, in the amount of 5% of the bid, shall accompany the bid submission and uploaded in
BidSync. If the bid bond is not furnished with the bid through Bidsync, the BID is NONRESPONSIVE.
THIS BID BOND MUST BE ON THE DFCM BID BOND FORM PROVIDED WITH THIS INSTRUCTION TO
BIDDERS IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED AN ACCEPTABLE BID unless only one bid is received by
DFCM, or the failure to comply with the bid bond requirements is determined by the Director of DFCM to be
nonsubstantial based on the following:
A.
the bid bond is submitted on a form other than DFCM’s required Bid Bond form and the bid bond meets
all other requirements including being issued by a surety firm authorized to do business in the State of
Utah and be listed in the U.S. Department of the Treasury Circular 570, Companies Holding Certificates
of Authority as Acceptable Securities on Federal Bonds and as Acceptable Reinsuring Companies for an
amount not less than the amount of the bond to be issued. A co-surety may be utilized to satisfy this
requirement; and
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B.
the contractor provides a bid bond properly signed by a qualified surety and on the required DFCM Bid
Bond form by the close of business of the next succeeding business day after the DFCM notifies the
bidder of the defective bid bond.
A CASHIER’S CHECK CANNOT BE USED AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR A BID BOND.
11.
Listing of Subcontractors
Listing of Subcontractors shall be as summarized in the “Instructions and Subcontractor’s List Form”, included as
part of the contract documents. The subcontractors list shall be delivered to DFCM or e-mailed to
marlaworkman@utah.gov within 24 hours of the bid opening. Requirements for listing additional subcontractors
will be listed in the contract documents.
DFCM retains the right to audit or take other steps necessary to confirm compliance with requirements for the
listing and changing of subcontractors. Any contractor who is found to not be in compliance with these
requirements may be suspended from DFCM’s list of pre-qualified contractors.
12.
Contract and Bond
The Contractor's Agreement will be in the form provided in this document. The duration of the contract shall be
for the time indicated by the project completion deadline shown on the schedule. The successful bidder,
simultaneously with the execution of the Contractor’s Agreement, will be required to furnish a performance bond
and a payment bond, both bearing original signatures, upon the forms provided in the procurement documents.
The performance and payment bonds shall be for an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the Contract
Sum and secured from a company that meets the requirements specified in the requisite forms. Any bonding
requirements for Subcontractors will be specified in the Supplementary General Conditions.
13.
Award of Contract
The Contract will be awarded as soon as possible to the lowest, responsive and responsible bidder, based on the
lowest combination of base bid and acceptable prioritized alternates, provided the bid is reasonable, is in the
interests of DFCM to accept and after applying the Utah Preference Laws in U.C.A. Title 63, Chapter 56. DFCM
reserves the right to waive any technicalities or formalities in any bid or in the bidding. Alternates will be accepted
on a prioritized basis with Alternate 1 being highest priority, Alternate 2 having second priority, etc. Alternates
will be selected in prioritized order up to the construction cost estimate.
14.
Right to Reject Bids
DFCM reserves the right to reject any or all Bids.
15.
Withdrawal of Bids
Bids may be withdrawn on written request received from bidders within 24 hours after the bid opening if the
contractor has made an error in preparing the bid.
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16.
DFCM Contractor Performance Rating and Pre-Qualification Status
As a contractor completes each project, DFCM will evaluate project performance based on the enclosed “DFCM
Contractor Performance Rating” form. The ratings issued on this project may affect the firm’s “pre-qualified”
status and their ability to obtain future work with DFCM. Contractors shall remain on DFCM’s list of pre-qualified
contractors provided: (a) they maintain an average performance rating of 4.0 or greater on the last five DFCM
projects, (b) they are not suspended for failure to comply with requirements of their contract, (c) the firm has not
undergone a significant reorganization involving the loss of key personnel (site superintendents, project managers,
owners, etc.) to a degree such that the firm no longer meets the pre-qualification requirements outlined in Stage I,
(d) the financial viability of the firm has not significantly changed, and (e) the firm is not otherwise disqualified by
DFCM. Note: If a contractor fails to comply with items (a) through (e) above, they may be removed from
DFCM’s list of pre-qualified contractors. Pre-qualified contractors are ONLY authorized to bid on projects within
the discipline that they were originally pre-qualified under.
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STATE OF UTAH - DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
Division of Facilities Construction and Management
DFCM
Stage II - PROJECT SCHEDULE
BIDSYNC BID # DA14027
PROJECT NAME:
DFCM PROJECT NO:
Event
Stage II Bidding Documents
Available
Background Check Form
Submitted to Shawn Anderson
at the Dept. of Corrections
Mandatory Pre-bid Site
Meeting
INTERCOM & PAGING SYSTEM REMODEL
DRAPER PRISON WASATCH & OQUIRRH BUILDINGS
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS-DRAPER, UTAH
13304100
Day
Date
Time
Place
Friday
May 30, 2014
3:00 PM DFCM web site *
Wednesday
June 4, 2014
Tuesday
June 10, 2014
4:00 PM Fax the USP Background Check Form
to: 801 545-5702
Attn. Shawn Anderson
8:30 AM Corrections Administration Building
14717 Minuteman Drive
Draper, Utah
4:00 PM BidSync Web site**
Deadline for Submitting
Wednesday
June 18, 2014
Questions
Addendum Deadline (exception Tuesday
June 24, 2014
5:00 PM BidSync Web site**
for bid delays)
Prime Contractors Turn in Bid
Thursday
June 26, 2014
2:30 PM BidSync Web site**
and Bid Bond
Subcontractors List Due
Friday
June 27, 2014
2:30 PM E-mail: dfcmcontracts@utah.gov
Substantial Completion Date
Friday November 28, 2014
NOTE:
*
**
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BidSync web site address is www.bidsync.com.
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BID BOND
(Title 63, Chapter 56, U. C. A. l953, as Amended)
KNOW ALL PERSONS BY THESE PRESENTS:
That
hereinafter referred to as the
"Principal," and
, a corporation organized and existing under
the laws of the State of
, with its principal office in the City of ______________ and authorized to transact business in
this State and U. S. Department of the Treasury Listed, (Circular 570, Companies Holding Certificates of Authority as Acceptable Securities on
Federal Bonds and as Acceptable Reinsuring Companies); hereinafter referred to as the "Surety," are held and firmly bound unto the STATE OF
UTAH, hereinafter referred to as the "Obligee," in the amount of $_____
(5% of the accompanying bid), being
the sum of this Bond to which payment the Principal and Surety bind themselves, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns,
jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.
THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION IS SUCH that whereas the Principal has submitted to Obligee the accompanying bid
incorporated by reference herein, dated as shown, to enter into a contract in writing for the______________________________________
Project.
NOW, THEREFORE, THE CONDITION OF THE ABOVE OBLIGATION IS SUCH, that if the said principal does not execute
a contract and give bond to be approved by the Obligee for the faithful performance thereof within ten (10) days after being notified in writing
of such contract to the principal, then the sum of the amount stated above will be forfeited to the State of Utah as liquidated damages and not as
a penalty; if the said principal shall execute a contract and give bond to be approved by the Obligee for the faithful performance thereof within
ten (10) days after being notified in writing of such contract to the Principal, then this obligation shall be null and void. It is expressly
understood and agreed that the liability of the Surety for any and all defaults of the Principal hereunder shall be the full penal sum of this Bond.
The Surety, for value received, hereby stipulates and agrees that obligations of the Surety under this Bond shall be for a term of sixty (60) days
from actual date of the bid opening.
PROVIDED, HOWEVER, that this Bond is executed pursuant to provisions of Title 63, Chapter 56, Utah Code Annotated, 1953, as
amended, and all liabilities on this Bond shall be determined in accordance with said provisions to same extent as if it were copied at length
herein.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the above bounden parties have executed this instrument under their several seals on the date indicated
below, the name and corporate seal of each corporate party being hereto affixed and these presents duly signed by its undersigned representative,
pursuant to authority of its governing body.
DATED this
day of
, 20
.
Principal's name and address (if other than a corporation):
Principal's name and address (if a corporation):
By:
By:
Title:
Title:
(Affix Corporate Seal)
Surety's name and address:
STATE OF
COUNTY OF
)
) ss.
)
By:
Attorney-in-Fact
(Affix Corporate Seal)
On this
day of
, 20
, personally appeared before me
,
whose identity is personally known to me or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence, and who, being by me duly sworn, did say that
he/she is the Attorney-in-fact of the above-named Surety Company, and that he/she is duly authorized to execute the same and has complied in
all respects with the laws of Utah in reference to becoming sole surety upon bonds, undertakings and obligations, and that he/she acknowledged
to me that as Attorney-in-fact executed the same.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
My Commission Expires:
Resides at:
day of
Agency: _______________________________________________________
Agent: _______________________________________________________
Address: _______________________________________________________
Phone: _______________________________________________________
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NOTARY PUBLIC
Approved As To Form: May 25, 2005
By Alan S. Bachman, Asst Attorney General
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STATE OF UTAH - DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
Division of Facilities Construction and Management
DFCM
INSTRUCTION AND SUBCONTRACTORS LIST FORM
The three low bidders, as well as all other bidders that desire to be considered, are required by law to submit to
DFCM within 24 hours of bid opening a list of ALL first-tier subcontractors, including the subcontractor’s
name, bid amount and other information required by Building Board Rule and as stated in these Contract
Documents, based on the following:
DOLLAR AMOUNTS FOR LISTING
PROJECTS UNDER $500,000:
ALL FIRST-TIER SUBS $20,000 OR OVER MUST BE LISTED
PROJECTS $500,000 OR MORE:
ALL FIRST-TIER SUBS $35,000 OR OVER MUST BE LISTED
x
x
x
x
x
Any additional subcontractors identified in the bid documents shall also be listed.
The DFCM Director may not consider any bid submitted by a bidder if the bidder fails to submit a
subcontractor list meeting the requirements of State law.
List subcontractors for base bid as well as the impact on the list that the selection of any alternate may have.
Bidder may not list more than one subcontractor to perform the same work.
If there are no subcontractors for the job that are required to be reported by State law (either because there
are no subcontractors that will be used on the project or because there are no first-tier subcontractors over the
dollar amounts referred to above), then you do not need to submit a sublist. If you do not submit a sublist, it
will be deemed to be a representation by you that there are no subcontractors on the job that are required to
be reported under State law. At any time, DFCM reserves the right to inquire, for security purposes, as to
the identification of the subcontractors at any tier that will be on the worksite.
LICENSURE:
The subcontractor’s name, the type of work, the subcontractor’s bid amount, and the subcontractor's license
number as issued by DOPL, if such license is required under Utah Law, shall be listed. Bidder shall certify that
all subcontractors, required to be licensed, are licensed as required by State law. A subcontractor includes a trade
contractor or specialty contractor and does not include suppliers who provide only materials, equipment, or
supplies to a contractor or subcontractor.
‘SPECIAL EXCEPTION’:
A bidder may list ‘Special Exception’ in place of a subcontractor when the bidder intends to obtain a
subcontractor to perform the work at a later date because the bidder was unable to obtain a qualified or reasonable
bid under the provisions of U.C.A.Section 63A-5-208(4). The bidder shall insert the term ‘Special Exception’ for
that category of work, and shall provide documentation with the subcontractor list describing the bidder’s efforts
to obtain a bid of a qualified subcontractor at a reasonable cost and why the bidder was unable to obtain a
qualified subcontractor bid. The Director must find that the bidder complied in good faith with State law
requirements for any ‘Special Exception’ designation, in order for the bid to be considered. If awarded the
contract, the Director shall supervise the bidder’s efforts to obtain a qualified subcontractor bid. The amount of
the awarded contract may not be adjusted to reflect the actual amount of the subcontractor’s bid. Any listing of
‘Special Exception’ on the sublist form shall also include amount allocated for that work.
GROUNDS FOR DISQUALIFICATION:
The Director may not consider any bid submitted by a bidder if the bidder fails to submit a subcontractor list
meeting the requirements of State law. Director may withhold awarding the contract to a particular bidder if one
or more of the proposed subcontractors are considered by the Director to be unqualified to do the Work or for
such
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other reason in the best interest of the State of Utah. Notwithstanding any other provision in these instructions, if
there is a good faith error on the sublist form, at the sole discretion of the Director, the Director may provide
notice to the contractor and the contractor shall have 24 hours to submit the correction to the Director. If such
correction is submitted timely, then the sublist requirements shall be considered met.
CHANGES OF SUBCONTRACTORS SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIED ON SUBLIST FORM:
Subsequent to twenty-four hours after the bid opening, the contractor may change its listed subcontractors only
after receiving written permission from the Director based on complying with all of the following criteria.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
The contractor has established in writing that the change is in the best interest of the State and that the
contractor establishes an appropriate reason for the change, which may include, but not is not limited to,
the following reasons: the original subcontractor has failed to perform, or is not qualified or capable of
performing, and/or the subcontractor has requested in writing to be released.
The circumstances related to the request for the change do not indicate any bad faith in the original listing
of the subcontractors.
Any requirement set forth by the Director to ensure that the process used to select a new subcontractor
does not give rise to bid shopping.
Any increase in the cost of the subject subcontractor work is borne by the contractor.
Any decrease in the cost of the subject subcontractor work shall result in a deductive change order being
issued for the contract for such decreased amount.
The Director will give substantial weight to whether the subcontractor has consented in writing to being
removed unless the Contractor establishes that the subcontractor is not qualified for the work.
EXAMPLE:
Example of a list where there are only four subcontractors:
TYPE OF WORK
SUBCONTRACTOR,
“SELF” OR “SPECIAL
EXCEPTION”
SUBCONTRACTOR
BID AMOUNT
CONTRACTOR
LICENSE #
ELECTRICAL
ABCD Electric Inc.
$350,000.00
123456789000
LANDSCAPING
“Self” *
$300,000.00
123456789000
CONCRETE
(ALTERNATE #1)
XYZ Concrete Inc
$298,000.00
987654321000
MECHANICAL
“Special Exception”
(attach documentation)
Fixed at: $350,000.00
(TO BE PROVIDED
AFTER OBTAINING
SUBCONTRACTOR)
* Bidders may list “self”, but it is not required.
PURSUANT TO STATE LAW - SUBCONTRACTOR BID AMOUNTS CONTAINED IN THIS
SUBCONTRACTOR LIST SHALL NOT BE DISCLOSED UNTIL THE CONTRACT HAS BEEN AWARDED.
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DFCM
Bid DA14027
STATE OF UTAH - DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
Division of Facilities Construction and Management
DFCM
SUBCONTRACTORS LIST
GIFPFRQWUDFWV@utah.gov
PROJECT TITLE:
Caution: You must read and comply fully with instructions.
TYPE OF WORK
SUBCONTRACTOR,
“SELF” OR “SPECIAL EXCEPTION”
SUBCONTRACTOR
BID AMOUNT
CONT. LICENSE #
We certify that:
l. This list includes all subcontractors as required by the instructions, including those related to the base bid as
well as any alternates.
2. We have listed “Self” or “Special Exception” in accordance with the instructions.
3. All subcontractors are appropriately licensed as required by State law.
FIRM:
DATE:
SIGNED BY:
NOTICE: FAILURE TO SUBMIT THIS FORM, PROPERLY COMPLETED AND SIGNED, AS REQUIRED IN THESE
CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, SHALL BE GROUNDS FOR OWNER’S REFUSAL TO ENTER INTO A WRITTEN
CONTRACT WITH BIDDER. ACTION MAY BE TAKEN AGAINST BIDDERS BID BOND AS DEEMED
APPROPRIATE BY OWNER. ATTACH A SECOND PAGE IF NECESSARY.
4110 State Office Building, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114 - telephone 801-538-3018 – http://dfcm.utah.gov
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DFCM
Bid DA14027
DFCM Project No. ________
DFCM Contract No. ______
CONTRACTOR'S AGREEMENT
FOR:
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
THIS CONTRACTOR'S AGREEMENT, made and entered into this ____ day of _________, 20__, by
and between the DIVISION OF FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT, hereinafter
referred to as "DFCM", and ______________________________, incorporated in the State of
___________ and authorized to do business in the State of Utah, hereinafter referred to as "Contractor",
whose address is ________________________________.
WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, DFCM intends to have Work performed at _________________
_______________________________________________.
WHEREAS, Contractor agrees to perform the Work for the sum stated herein.
NOW, THEREFORE, DFCM and Contractor for the consideration provided in this Contractor's
Agreement, agree as follows:
ARTICLE 1. SCOPE OF WORK. The Work to be performed shall be in accordance with the
Contract Documents prepared by _______________________________________________ and entitled
“______________________________________________________________.”
The DFCM General Conditions (“General Conditions”) dated May 25, 2005 and all Supplemental
General Conditions (“also referred to as General Conditions”) on file at the office of DFCM and
available on the DFCM website (http://dfcm.utah.gov/StdDocs/index.html), are hereby incorporated by
reference as part of this Agreement and are included in the specifications for this Project. All terms used
in this Contractor's Agreement shall be as defined in the Contract Documents, and in particular, the
General Conditions.
The Contractor Agrees to furnish labor, materials and equipment to complete the Work as required in the
Contract Documents which are hereby incorporated by reference. It is understood and agreed by the
parties hereto that all Work shall be performed as required in the Contract Documents and shall be
subject to inspection and approval of DFCM or its authorized representative. The relationship of the
Contractor to the DFCM hereunder is that of an independent Contractor.
ARTICLE 2. CONTRACT SUM. The DFCM agrees to pay and the Contractor agrees to accept in
full performance of this Contractor's Agreement, the sum of ________________________________
_______________________________________ DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($________.00), which
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DFCM
Bid DA14027
CONTRACTOR'S AGREEMENT
PAGE NO. 2
is the base bid, and which sum also includes the cost of a 100% Performance Bond and a 100% Payment
Bond as well as all insurance requirements of the Contractor. Said bonds have already been posted by
the Contractor pursuant to State law. The required proof of insurance certificates have been delivered to
DFCM in accordance with the General Conditions before the execution of this Contractor's Agreement.
ARTICLE 3. TIME OF COMPLETION AND DELAY REMEDY. The Work shall be
Substantially Complete by _________________. Contractor agrees to pay liquidated damages in the
amount of $______ per day for each day after expiration of the Contract Time until the Contractor
achieves Substantial Completion in accordance with the Contract Documents, if Contractor's delay
makes the damages applicable. The provision for liquidated damages is: (a) to compensate the DFCM
for delay only; (b) is provided for herein because actual damages can not be readily ascertained at the
time of execution of this Contractor's Agreement; (c) is not a penalty; and (d) shall not prevent the
DFCM from maintaining Claims for other non-delay damages, such as costs to complete or remedy
defective Work.
No action shall be maintained by the Contractor, including its or Subcontractor or suppliers at any tier,
against the DFCM or State of Utah for damages or other claims due to losses attributable to hindrances
or delays from any cause whatsoever, including acts and omissions of the DFCM or its officers,
employees or agents, except as expressly provided in the General Conditions. The Contractor may
receive a written extension of time, signed by the DFCM, in which to complete the Work under this
Contractor's Agreement in accordance with the General Conditions.
ARTICLE 4. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. The Contract Documents consist of this Contractor's
Agreement, the Conditions of the Contract (DFCM General Conditions, Supplementary and other
Conditions), the Drawings, Specifications, Addenda and Modifications. The Contract Documents shall
also include the bidding documents, including the Notice to Contractors, Instructions to
Bidders/Proposers and the Bid/Proposal, to the extent not in conflict therewith and other documents and
oral presentations that are documented as an attachment to the contract.
All such documents are hereby incorporated by reference herein. Any reference in this Contractor's
Agreement to certain provisions of the Contract Documents shall in no way be construed as to lessen the
importance or applicability of any other provisions of the Contract Documents.
ARTICLE 5. PAYMENT. The DFCM agrees to pay the Contractor from time to time as the Work
progresses, but not more than once each month after the date of Notice to Proceed, and only upon
Certificate of the A/E for Work performed during the preceding calendar month, ninety-five percent
(95%) of the value of the labor performed and ninety-five percent (95%) of the value of materials
furnished in place or on the site. The Contractor agrees to furnish to the DFCM invoices for materials
purchased and on the site but not installed, for which the Contractor requests payment and agrees to
safeguard and protect such equipment or materials and is responsible for safekeeping thereof and if such
be stolen, lost or destroyed, to replace same.
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DFCM
Bid DA14027
CONTRACTOR'S AGREEMENT
PAGE NO. 3
Such evidence of labor performed and materials furnished as the DFCM may reasonably require shall be
supplied by the Contractor at the time of request for Certificate of Payment on account. Materials for
which payment has been made cannot be removed from the job site without DFCM's written approval.
Five percent (5%) of the earned amount shall be retained from each monthly payment. The retainage,
including any additional retainage imposed and the release of any retainage, shall be in accordance with
UCA 13-8-5 as amended. Contractor shall also comply with the requirements of UCA 13-8-5, including
restrictions of retainage regarding subcontractors and the distribution of interest earned on the retention
proceeds. The DFCM shall not be responsible for enforcing the Contractor’s obligations under State law
in fulfilling the retention law requirements with subcontractors at any tier.
ARTICLE 6. INDEBTEDNESS. Before final payment is made, the Contractor must submit evidence
satisfactory to the DFCM that all payrolls, materials bills, subcontracts at any tier and outstanding
indebtedness in connection with the Work have been properly paid. Final Payment will be made after
receipt of said evidence, final acceptance of the Work by the DFCM as well as compliance with the
applicable provisions of the General Conditions.
Contractor shall respond immediately to any inquiry in writing by DFCM as to any concern of financial
responsibility and DFCM reserves the right to request any waivers, releases or bonds from Contractor in
regard to any rights of Subcontractors (including suppliers) at any tier or any third parties prior to any
payment by DFCM to Contractor.
ARTICLE 7. ADDITIONAL WORK. It is understood and agreed by the parties hereto that no
money will be paid to the Contractor for additional labor or materials furnished unless a new contract in
writing or a Modification hereof in accordance with the General Conditions and the Contract Documents
for such additional labor or materials has been executed. The DFCM specifically reserves the right to
modify or amend this Contractor's Agreement and the total sum due hereunder either by enlarging or
restricting the scope of the Work.
ARTICLE 8. INSPECTIONS. The Work shall be inspected for acceptance in accordance with the
General Conditions.
ARTICLE 9. DISPUTES. Any dispute, PRE or Claim between the parties shall be subject to the
provisions of Article 7 of the General Conditions. DFCM reserves all rights to pursue its rights and
remedies as provided in the General Conditions.
ARTICLE 10. TERMINATION, SUSPENSION OR ABANDONMENT. This Contractor’s
Agreement may be terminated, suspended or abandoned in accordance with the General Conditions.
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DFCM
Bid DA14027
CONTRACTOR'S AGREEMENT
PAGE NO. 4
ARTICLE 11. DFCM'S RIGHT TO WITHHOLD CERTAIN AMOUNT AND MAKE USE
THEREOF. The DFCM may withhold from payment to the Contractor such amount as, in DFCM's
judgment, may be necessary to pay just claims against the Contractor or Subcontractor at any tier for
labor and services rendered and materials furnished in and about the Work. The DFCM may apply such
withheld amounts for the payment of such claims in DFCM's discretion. In so doing, the DFCM shall be
deemed the agent of Contractor and payment so made by the DFCM shall be considered as payment
made under this Contractor's Agreement by the DFCM to the Contractor. DFCM shall not be liable to
the Contractor for any such payment made in good faith. Such withholdings and payments may be made
without prior approval of the Contractor and may be also be prior to any determination as a result of any
dispute, PRE, Claim or litigation.
ARTICLE 12. INDEMNIFICATION. The Contractor shall comply with the indemnification
provisions of the General Conditions.
ARTICLE 13. SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNMENT OF CONTRACT. The DFCM and
Contractor, respectively bind themselves, their partners, successors, assigns and legal representatives to
the other party to this Agreement, and to partners, successors, assigns and legal representatives of such
other party with respect to all covenants, provisions, rights and responsibilities of this Contractor’s
Agreement. The Contractor shall not assign this Contractor’s Agreement without the prior written
consent of the DFCM, nor shall the Contractor assign any moneys due or to become due as well as any
rights under this Contractor’s Agreement, without prior written consent of the DFCM.
ARTICLE 14. RELATIONSHIP OF THE PARTIES. The Contractor accepts the relationship of
trust and confidence established by this Contractor's Agreement and covenants with the DFCM to
cooperate with the DFCM and A/E and use the Contractor's best skill, efforts and judgment in furthering
the interest of the DFCM; to furnish efficient business administration and supervision; to make best
efforts to furnish at all times an adequate supply of workers and materials; and to perform the Work in
the best and most expeditious and economic manner consistent with the interests of the DFCM.
ARTICLE 15. AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE AND PERFORM AGREEMENT. Contractor
and DFCM each represent that the execution of this Contractor's Agreement and the performance
thereunder is within their respective duly authorized powers.
ARTICLE 16. ATTORNEY FEES AND COSTS. Except as otherwise provided in the dispute
resolution provisions of the General Conditions, the prevailing party shall be entitled to reasonable
attorney fees and costs incurred in any action in the District Court and/or appellate body to enforce this
Contractor's Agreement or recover damages or any other action as a result of a breach thereof.
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DFCM
Bid DA14027
CONTRACTOR'S AGREEMENT
PAGE NO. 5
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Contractor's Agreement on the day
and year stated hereinabove.
CONTRACTOR:
Signature
Date
Title:
State of
_____________)
)
County of _____________)
Please type/print name clearly
On this ____ day of ____________, 20____, personally appeared before me, ___________________,
whose identity is personally known to me (or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence) and
who by me duly sworn (or affirmed), did say that he (she) is the ______________________ (title or
office) of the firm and that said document was signed by him (her) in behalf of said firm.
__________________________________
Notary Public
(SEAL)
My Commission Expires ______________
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
ATTORNEY GENERAL
April 24, 2013
By: ALAN S. BACHMAN
Asst Attorney General
DIVISION OF FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION
Approved for expenditure:
Approved as to availability of funds:
*/S/ Division of Finance
Division of Finance
*/S/ David D.Williams, Jr.
David D. Williams, Jr.
CBA Financial Director
AND MANAGEMENT
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* Electronic signatures are effective when the AIM Status History page is attached to this agreement
following this signature page. The AIM Status History page identifies the State signatures.
FORM 7b 042413
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DFCM
Bid DA14027
PERFORMANCE BOND
(Title 63, Chapter 56, U. C. A. 1953, as Amended)
That
hereinafter referred to as the "Principal" and
, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of
, with its principal office in the City of
and authorized to transact business in this State and U. S. Department of the Treasury
Listed (Circular 570, Companies Holding Certificates of Authority as Acceptable Securities on Federal Bonds and as Acceptable Reinsuring Companies);
hereinafter referred to as the "Surety," are held and firmly bound unto the State of Utah, hereinafter referred to as the "Obligee, " in the amount of
DOLLARS ($
) for the payment whereof, the
said Principal and Surety bind themselves and their heirs, administrators, executors, successors and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.
WHEREAS, the Principal has entered into a certain written Contract with the Obligee, dated the
construct
in the County of
, State of Utah, Project No.
, for the approximate sum of
day of
Dollars ($
, 20
, to
), which
Contract is hereby incorporated by reference herein.
NOW, THEREFORE, the condition of this obligation is such that if the said Principal shall faithfully perform the Contract in accordance with the
Contract Documents including, but not limited to, the Plans, Specifications and conditions thereof, the one year performance warranty, and the terms of the
Contract as said Contract may be subject to Modifications or changes, then this obligation shall be void; otherwise it shall remain in full force and effect.
No right of action shall accrue on this bond to or for the use of any person or corporation other than the state named herein or the heirs, executors,
administrators or successors of the Owner.
The parties agree that the dispute provisions provided in the Contract Documents apply and shall constitute the sole dispute procedures of the parties.
PROVIDED, HOWEVER, that this Bond is executed pursuant to the Provisions of Title 63, Chapter 56, Utah Code Annotated, 1953, as amended,
and all liabilities on this Bond shall be determined in accordance with said provisions to the same extent as if it were copied at length herein.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Principal and Surety have signed and sealed this instrument this
WITNESS OR ATTESTATION:
day of
, 20
.
PRINCIPAL:
By:
(Seal)
Title:
WITNESS OR ATTESTATION:
SURETY:
By:
Attorney-in-Fact
STATE OF
COUNTY OF
(Seal)
)
) ss.
)
On this
day of
, 20
, personally appeared before me
, whose
identity is personally known to me or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence, and who, being by me duly sworn, did say that he/she is the Attorney
in-fact of the above-named Surety Company and that he/she is duly authorized to execute the same and has complied in all respects with the laws of Utah in
reference to becoming sole surety upon bonds, undertakings and obligations, and that he/she acknowledged to me that as Attorney-in-fact executed the same.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
day of
My commission expires:
Resides at:
Agency: ________________________________________________
Agent: ________________________________________________
Address: ________________________________________________
Phone: ________________________________________________
FORM 7b 042413
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, 20
.
________
NOTARY PUBLIC
Approved As To Form: May 25, 2005
By Alan S. Bachman, Asst Attorney General
19 p. 22
DFCM
Bid DA14027
PAYMENT BOND
(Title 63, Chapter 56, U. C. A. l953, as Amended)
KNOW ALL PERSONS BY THESE PRESENTS:
That
hereinafter referred to as the "Principal," and
, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of
authorized to do business in this State
and U. S. Department of the Treasury Listed (Circular 570, Companies Holding Certificates of Authority as Acceptable Securities on Federal Bonds and as
Acceptable Reinsuring Companies); with its principal office in the City of
, hereinafter referred to as the "Surety," are held and firmly bound unto
the State of Utah hereinafter referred to as the "Obligee," in the amount of
Dollars ($
) for the payment whereof, the said Principal and Surety bind themselves and their heirs, administrators, executors, successors
and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.
WHEREAS, the Principal has entered into a certain written Contract with the Obligee, dated the
to construct
in the County of
, State of Utah, Project No.
for the approximate sum of
Dollars ($
incorporated by reference herein.
day of
, 20
,
), which contract is hereby
NOW, THEREFORE, the condition of this obligation is such that if the said Principal shall pay all claimants supplying labor or materials to Principal
or Principal's Subcontractors in compliance with the provisions of Title 63, Chapter 56, of Utah Code Annotated, l953, as amended, and in the prosecution of the
Work provided for in said Contract, then, this obligation shall be void; otherwise it shall remain in full force and effect.
That said Surety to this Bond, for value received, hereby stipulates and agrees that no changes, extensions of time, alterations or additions to the terms
of the Contract or to the Work to be performed thereunder, or the specifications or drawings accompanying same shall in any way affect its obligation on this Bond,
and does hereby waive notice of any such changes, extensions of time, alterations or additions to the terms of the Contract or to the Work or to the specifications
or drawings and agrees that they shall become part of the Contract Documents.
PROVIDED, HOWEVER, that this Bond is executed pursuant to the provisions of Title 63, Chapter 56, Utah Code Annotated, 1953, as amended, and
all liabilities on this Bond shall be determined in accordance with said provisions to the same extent as if it were copied at length herein.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Principal and Surety have signed and sealed this instrument this
WITNESS OR ATTESTATION:
day of
, 20
.
PRINCIPAL:
By:
(Seal)
Title:
WITNESS OR ATTESTATION:
SURETY:
By:
STATE OF
COUNTY OF
On this
)
) ss.
)
Attorney-in-Fact
day of
(Seal)
, personally appeared before me
, whose identity is personally known to me or proved to me on the basis of
satisfactory evidence, and who, being by me duly sworn, did say that he/she is the Attorney-in-fact of the above-named Surety Company, and that he/she is duly
authorized to execute the same and has complied in all respects with the laws of Utah in reference to becoming sole surety upon bonds, undertakings and
obligations, and that he/she acknowledged to me that as Attorney-in-fact executed the same.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
, 20
day of
, 20
.
My commission expires:
Resides at:
NOTARY PUBLIC
Agency: ________________________________________________
Agent: ________________________________________________
Address: ________________________________________________
Phone: ________________________________________________
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By Alan S. Bachman, Asst Attorney General
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DFCM
Bid DA14027
STATE OF UTAH - DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
Division of Facilities Construction and Management
DFCM
CERTIFICATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION
PROJECT:
PROJECT NO.:
COUNTY:
AGENCY/INSTITUTION:
AREA ACCEPTED:
The Work performed under the subject Contract has been reviewed on this date and found to be Substantially Completed as defined in
the General Conditions; including that the construction is sufficiently completed in accordance with the Contract Documents, as
modified by any change orders agreed to by the parties, so that the State of Utah can occupy the Project or specified area of the Project
for the use for which it is intended.
DFCM accepts the Project or specified area of the Project as Substantially Complete and will assume full possession of the Project or
specified area of the Project at
(time) on
(date).
DFCM accepts the Project for occupancy and agrees to assume full responsibility for maintenance and operation, including utilities
and insurance, of the Project subject to the itemized responsibilities and/or exceptions noted below:
The Owner acknowledges receipt of the following closeout and transition materials:
Record Drawings
O & M Manuals
Warranty Documents
Completion of Training Requirements
A list of items to be completed or corrected (Punch List) is attached hereto. The failure to include an item on it does not alter the
responsibility of the Contractor to complete all the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents, including authorized changes
thereof. The amount of
(Twice the value of the punch list work) shall be retained to assure the completion of the punch list
work.
The Contractor shall complete or correct the Work on the list of (Punch List) items appended hereto within
calendar days
from the above date of issuance of this Certificate. If the list of items is not completed within the time allotted the Owner has the right
to be compensated for the delays and/or complete the work with the help of independent contractor at the expense of the retained
project funds. If the retained project funds are insufficient to cover the delay/completion damages, the Owner shall be promptly
reimbursed for the balance of the funds needed to compensate the Owner.
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DFCM
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PAST PERFORMANCE RATING EVALUATION
DATE
Address
Firm Name
City, State & Zip Code
Firm Contact
Phone Number
Project Number &
Name
Project Manager
Completion Date
Service Provided
Contract Amount
RATINGS GUIDE
5-exceptional
4-Above Average
3-Average
2-Below Average
1-Unsatisfactory
Quality of Product or Service
Timeliness of
Performance
Business Relations
Contractor/AE has demonstrated an exceptional level in any of the above four categories that justifies adding
a point to the score. Contractor performance Cleary exceeds the performance levels described as "Above
Average"
Contractor/AE is
Contractor/AE is
Response to inquiries,
Contractor/AE is in compliance
effective in managing
effective in meeting
technical, service,
with contract requirements and or
costs and submits
milestones and delivery administrative issues is
delivers quality product or service current, accurate, and
schedule
effective
complete billings
Contractor/AE is usually Response to inquiries,
Contractor/AE is usually
Minor inefficiencies/errors have
effective in meeting
technical, service,
effective in managing
been identified
milestones and delivery administrative issues is
cost effectively
schedules.
somewhat effective
Contractor/AE is having Response to inquiries,
Contractor/AE is having
Major problems have been
major difficulty meeting technical, service, and
major difficulty managing
encountered
milestones and delivery administrative issues is
cost.
schedule.
marginally effective.
Contractor/AE is not in
Contractor/AE delays Response to inquiries,
Contractor/AE is unable
compliance & is jeopardizing
are jeopardizing
technical, service, and
to manage costs
achievement of contract
performance of contract administrative issues is
effectively.
objectives.
objectives
not effective.
Rate the Following
COMMENTS
Quality of Product
or Service
0
Cost Control
0
Timeliness of
Performance
0
Business Relations
0
Overall Rating
0.00
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USP Background Check Form
The following information is needed to perform a Criminal Background
check. All Items must be filled in unless it doesn’t apply to them. (n/a)
Project #:
Full Name:
Date of Birth:
Social Security #: XXX-XX-
Last 4 digits only unless requested
Driver’s License #:
ID# :
State Issued:
(if applies)
Vehicles that will be brought into secured areas to work from will need to be
put on the clearance.
Vehicle Make:
Model:
Plate #:
This information is to be FAXED ONLY to the Attn: Shawn Anderson
Fax # - 801-545-5702.
*NOTE- Mobile Phones and computer laptops etc. are not allowed inside the secured
area.
If you have question about your background check please contactProject Coordinator:
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Phone#: 801-244-9201
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Bid DA14027
Updated 5-22-2014
Utah Department of Corrections
(DRAPER SITE)
OUTSIDE CONTRACTOR RULES AND REGULATIONS
1.
All
contractors,
sub-contractors,
workers,
architects,
etc. must have picture
identification on their person while working at the Prison. A Utah Driver's License or
Driver's License Division I. D. is preferred, but we will accept pictured military I. D., etc.
2.
All contractors, sub-contractors, workers, architects, etc. must have reached at least 18
years of age before they will be allowed to work on Utah Department of Corrections
property.
3.
No unlocked vehicles may be left unattended.
4.
No running vehicles may be left unattended.
5.
No keys may be left in vehicles.
6.
Park all vehicles and equipment away from fences - a minimum of 50 feet.
7.
No solid white work clothes may be worn.
8.
Do not run - especially toward or away from any fence line.
9.
Absolutely No "visiting" with inmates.
10.
Nothing may be given to inmates. Giving contraband to inmates is a felony!
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Bid DA14027
11.
Nothing may be taken from inmates.
12.
No tools may be left unattended. Unattended tools will be confiscated.
13.
Do not throw away broken or worn out saw blades of any kind at the prison site.
Dispose of them off property, at your home, shop, or office, or you may give them to
the security officer.
14.
Explosive cartridges for Hilti guns, etc. must be locked up and/or strictly supervised at
all times. Cartridge "clips" shall be disposed of away from prison property. This also
includes individual load shell casings. If you have a Hilti gun, etc. in your equipment,
the gate security officer for your construction site must be notified.
15.
No weapons, ammunition, explosives, drugs, alcoholic beverages, poisons, acids or
other dangerous objects or hazardous substances are allowed on prison property.
Tobacco in any form is not allowed inside the secure fences. Contractors who need to
smoke will be required to go outside the secure fences to smoke. Required prescription
"medicines" can be carried in limited daily dosages only. These items will be
confiscated if found and appropriate action will be taken.
16.
Anyone entering prison property is subject to search of his property, person, and
vehicle. Failure to submit to this search will result in expulsion from prison property
and/or arrest upon probable cause.
17.
Any statutory or illegal contraband or other controlled items, as stipulated by this
document, found on a person in a work area or in a vehicle will be confiscated.
Vehicles may also be confiscated.
Any item violating state law will result in an
investigation and/or arrest by the prison Security personnel or local law enforcement
agency. If any statutory or illegal contraband or other controlled items are brought to
the prison a second time, access to prison property will be denied permanently.
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Any person who the officer believes is arriving at the prison impaired by alcohol or
drugs shall be denied access to prison property and may also be detained pending
arrival of an Enforcement Officer who will determine if a citation or arrest is warranted.
19.
When working inside the prison fence lines, all traffic is checked, searched, and cleared
at our main truck gate sally ports. In order to help us expedite your traffic, all trips
through the gates should be limited to those which are absolutely necessary. 'Car
pooling' in company vehicles from the main prison parking areas into the construction
site is required. When checking in through the prison gates, all workers in any and all
vehicles must get out of the vehicle and stand next to it while it is searched and their
identity is verified.
20.
Private vehicles used primarily for transportation will not be allowed into construction
sites. "Company" and/or primary "work" vehicles will be permitted.
21.
Foot traffic into construction sites is encouraged when practical.
22.
Driver's licenses or other picture I.D. of all workers will be taken at the gates to the
construction sites for I.D. and control purposes. A temporary pass from that gate will
be issued to be worn in plain sight while working on site. Upon departure from the
work site, this temporary pass will be returned to the gate that issued the pass and
personal Driver License or other Id will be returned upon exit.
23.
In the event of a prison emergency, i.e., fire, escape, riot, etc., all construction sites
will be secured and traffic to and from the sites halted. Work within the sites will be
allowed to continue normally as long as there is no physical threat to the site(s).
When the emergency has been verified and resolved, the site will be re-opened to
traffic. If evacuation of a site Is necessary, everyone will be expected to gather in one
central location identified by the security officer, and then will be escorted off property
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by security personnel. All emergency situations will be resolved as soon as possible.
24. Work hours for construction within the prison fences will normally be limited strictly to
daylight hours, Monday through Friday. If early morning, late evening, weekend, or
holiday work is planned or needed, the project security staff must be contacted at least
72 hours in advance of approval.
25.
Ex-inmates or parolees are normally not permitted to work on prison projects.
NOTE: Specific limitations may be listed as part of your project specifications. Report
any known or suspected ex-inmates, parolees, or convicted felons to Jerry Jensen/
Facilities Bureau at the Utah State Department of Corrections 557-1223
All contractors, subcontractors, employees, and other personnel working on prison
projects are subject to having a criminal identification check process. Anyone with a
verified record of criminal activity, deemed to pose a potential hazard to prison
security, may be denied access to prison property.
26.
Ladders may not be left unsecured in construction areas at night or on weekends,
holidays, etc. when no work is going on.
A.
Portable ladders must be removed from the work site and secured inside locked
construction trailers or be secured outside of the fenced perimeter at the end of every
workday.
B.
Larger, heavier ladders and scaffolding may, with approval by internal security, be
secured by chains and padlocks to immovable objects within the construction area, but
safely away from all fences.
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Ladders which are not secured as per the above instructions will be
confiscated.
27.
Cutting torches and equipment shall not be left unattended in construction areas. All
cutting torches, fuel tanks, etc. must be maintained on carts or vehicles and be
removed from construction sites at the end of each work day.,
28.
Contractors will not be permitted to store flammable liquids or fuel tanks within the
security fence perimeter. Contractors will be assigned a specific approved storage
area for any such items on request.
29.
No vehicles or motorized construction equipment may be left inside the security fence
perimeter when no construction work going on unless mechanically disabled and proper
authorization is obtained in writing from UDC security.
30.
Contractors are responsible to provide their own portable restrooms for construction
sites. Contractors will not be allowed access to occupied prison facilities to utilize
restrooms unless restrooms are located in the immediate work area.
31.
Contractors will not be given access to the prison dining room for meals unless
construction work is in the specific kitchen/dining room area and the Warden's and
Support Services approval is granted in advance.
32.
All contractors will be required to clean up all construction sites, debris and "extra'
construction supplies from work areas on a daily basis. Construction debris must be
hauled away immediately or placed in a designated disposal site at the prison. Extra
construction supplies must be returned to the designated supply/construction yard or
retained in construction vehicles until the next workday.
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Contractors working at the Draper site on authorized bid projects are responsible to
provide all of their own tools and equipment for the work involved in those projects.
The prison will normally not permit contractor use of state-owned shops, tools, or
equipment.
34.
All contractors working at the Draper site are required to fully comply with all OSHA
work safety requirements; take prudent precautions to protect the work site and
adjacent facilities from damage; and to provide appropriate safety equipment, including
fire extinguisher and other "fire protection devices" for their work areas.
35.
All contractors working at the Draper site are required to take reasonable precautions
to avoid causing damage to the existing facility and its utility lines, etc. in the course of
completing their authorized project. Special attention shall be given to utility lines that
may be buried, or imbedded in walls, under floors, etc. The Draper maintenance staff
will provide the best available information on what lines are known or suspected in any
given area. The contractors are responsible to use due care to eliminate and/or
minimize damages.
When and if damage occurs, the contractors are required to
cooperate fully with prison maintenance or other emergency personnel to assist with
and expedite any repairs required to restore normal prison services and operations.
Negligence or carelessness on the part of any contractor that results in all or part of
any damage will result in that contractor being held liable for all or part of the
damages. In all cases, the extent of any such liability will be negotiated with the
primary or general contractor responsible for the project. In accepting the award of
any project at the Utah State Prison, Draper site, the contractor also agrees to
negotiate any such damages in good faith with prison representatives.
36.
All planned interruptions to utilities (Water, sewer, gas, electrical, steam etc.) Will
require a written request to:
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Jerry Jensen / Facilities Director
14717 So. Minuteman Dr.
Draper, Utah. 84020
This request can also be faxed to (801) 545-5702 attn: Jerry
Please allow least five working days prior to the scheduled outage or interruption.
If
an emergency occurs and the utility service needs to be interrupted to facilitate repairs or to
prevent risk to life or property it is expected that all efforts be made to promptly respond and
correct the problem, and notification to facility maintenance be done so emergency response
can be in-acted to maintain order and proper operation of the institution.
If you have any questions regarding these regulations or need a special exemption,
clarifications, etc., contact Jerry Jensen (801) 557-1223 or email jerryjensen@utah.gov
NOTE: These rules are subject to review and change at any time.
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STATE OF UTAH - DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
Division of Facilities Construction and Management
DFCM
Stage II - PROJECT SCHEDULE
BIDSYNC BID # DA14027
PROJECT NAME:
DFCM PROJECT NO:
Event
Stage II Bidding Documents
Available
Background Check Form
Submitted to Shawn Anderson
at the Dept. of Corrections
Mandatory Pre-bid Site
Meeting
INTERCOM & PAGING SYSTEM REMODEL
DRAPER PRISON WASATCH & OQUIRRH BUILDINGS
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS-DRAPER, UTAH
13304100
Day
Date
Time
Place
Friday
May 30, 2014
3:00 PM DFCM web site *
Wednesday
June 4, 2014
Tuesday
June 10, 2014
4:00 PM Fax the USP Background Check Form
to: 801 545-5702
Attn. Shawn Anderson
8:30 AM Corrections Administration Building
14717 Minuteman Drive
Draper, Utah
4:00 PM BidSync Web site**
Deadline for Submitting
Wednesday
June 18, 2014
Questions
Addendum Deadline (exception Tuesday
June 24, 2014
5:00 PM BidSync Web site**
for bid delays)
Prime Contractors Turn in Bid
Thursday
June 26, 2014
2:30 PM BidSync Web site**
and Bid Bond
Subcontractors List Due
Friday
June 27, 2014
2:30 PM E-mail: dfcmcontracts@utah.gov
Substantial Completion Date
Friday November 28, 2014
NOTE:
*
**
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DFCM’s web site address is www.dfcm.utah.gov.
BidSync web site address is www.bidsync.com.
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WASATCH D-BLOCK PLANS
WASATCH D-BLOCK CONTROL PANEL DETAILS
WASATCH D-BLOCK AV SYSTEM RISER
OQUIRRH HOUSING UNITS 1,2,3 & 4 KEY MAP AND GENERAL NOTES
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OQUIRRH HOUSING UNITS 1,2,3 & 4 MEZZANINE LEVEL
OQUIRRH HOUSING UNITS CONTROL PANEL DETAILS
OQUIRRH HOUSING UNITS EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES
OQUIRRH HOUSING UNITS A/V RISERS AND DETAILS
ETD131 OQUIRRH HOUSING UNITS 1,2,3 & 4 GRADE LEVEL DEMOLITION PLANS
ETD132 OQUIRRH HOUSING UNITS 1,2,3 & 4 MEZZANINE LEVEL DEMOLITION PLANS
ETD133 OQUIRRH HOUSING UNITS CONTROL PANEL DEMO PLAN
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ETD122 WASATCH D-BLOCK CONTROL PANEL DEMO DETAILS
WASATCH D BLOCK
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ETD112 WASATCH B-BLOCK CONTROL PANEL DEMO DETAILS
WASATCH B BLOCK
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ENVISION PROJECT NO.:
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DESIGNED BY:
DRAWN BY:
CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
REVISIONS
DATE:
DATE
DRAPER PRISON WASATCH & OQUIRRH
INTERCOM & PAGING SYSTEM REMODEL
ISSUE:
NO.
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EXISTING RACEWAYS MAY BE REUSED, IF IN PLACE, WHERE POSSIBLE, AND WHERE IN
COMPLIANCE WITH THE SPECIFICATIONS AND THE INTENT OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.
UPGRADE AND OR PROVIDE NEW CONDUIT SUPPORTS WHERE NECESSARY FOR ALL
RACEWAYS BEING REUSED. ENSURE INTEGRITY OF EXISTING RACEWAYS BEFORE REUSE.
DO NOT PENETRATE STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS OF FLOORS, WALLS, CEILINGS, ROOFS, ETC.
COORDINATE WITH OWNER WHAT EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE DISPOSED OF AND WHAT
EQUIPMENT IS TO BE RETURNED TO OWNER.
1.2
1.3
1.4
DISCONNECT, REMOVE AND RETURN SPEAKERS TO THE OWNERS. EXISTING SPEAKER
ENCLOSURES AND GRILLES TO REMAIN IN PLACE FOR REUSE. REMOVE CABLING ASSOCIATED
WITH SPEAKERS BACK TO EXISTING AMPLIFIERS COMPLETELY.
DISCONNECT, REMOVE AND RETURN EXISTING INTERCOM / PAGING AMPLIFIERS AND TONE
GENERATORS TO THE OWNERS.
2.
3.
ALL AUDIO CABLES AND INTERCOM CABLES MUST BE INSTALLED IN CONDUITS. REUSE
EXISTING CONDUITS WHERE IT IS POSSIBLE AND INSTALL NEW CONDUITS WHERE IT IS
REQUIRED.
VERIFY SPECIFIED SPEAKERS WILL FIT THE EXISTING SPEAKER ENCLOSURES AND GRILLES
PRIOR TO ORDERING THE SPEAKERS. PROVIDE SPEAKER ADAPTERS TO COMPLETE
INSTALLATION IF NECESSARY.
NO CHANGES SHALL BE MADE WITHOUT THE AV CONSULTANT'S WRITTEN CONSENT.
PROVIDE THE OWNERS WITH A COPY OF THE CRESTRON PROGRAMING CODE UPON
COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT.
ALL NEW RELAYS, LEDs, PUSH BUTTONS, AND KEY SWITCHES SHALL BE WIRED USING
QUICK CONNECTIONS. NO SOLDERED CONNECTIONS ARE ALLOWED.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
7
WINNING CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO CONTACT THE OWNERS' REPRESENTATIVES
AND SCHEDULE THEIR WORKING HOURS TO BE DURING THE EVENING AND NIGHT TIMES FOR
MINIMAL CONTROL SYSTEM DOWN TIMES.
INCLUDE AN ADDITIONAL 50% OF THE TOTAL QUANTITY OF ALL PUSH SWITCHES AND PUSH
BUTTONS, LED'S, KEY SWITCHES IN BID PRICE .
4.
ALL LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEM WIRING IS SCHEMATIC. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY THE
EXACT ROUTING AND LOCATIONS OF PENETRATIONS IN THE FIELD PRIOR TO ROUTING
CONDUIT AND CABLES.
REPLACE ALL NON-WORKING RELAYS AND POWER SUPPLIES SO THAT NEW AND EXISTING
CONTROL PANELS ARE COMPLETELY FUNCTIONAL.
3.
11.
CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO VISIT THE JOBSITE, DOCUMENT EXISTING CONDITIONS
THAT WILL EFFECT FINAL CONSTRUCTION COSTS PRIOR TO FINAL BID.
2.
10.
THE SCOPE OF THE WASATCH D-BLOCK (THREE LEVELS) IS TO COMPLETELY UPGRADE THE
EXISTING PAGING SYTEM.
1.
GENERAL PROJECT NOTES:
EXISTING PANELS, SEE SHEET EDT112 FOR DETAILS.
1.
KEYED NOTES:
REMOVE AND DISPOSE OF ALL RACEWAYS, BOXES, DEVICES, EQUIPMENT, ETC. THAT ARE NOT
TO BE REUSED.
1.1
1. UNLESS SPECIFICALLY NOTED OTHERWISE, REMOVE ALL ELECTRICAL ITEMS SHOWN IN DARK & DASHED
LINES. LIGHT & SOLID ITEMS ARE TO REMAIN. DEMOLITION ITEMS ARE SHOWN TO GIVE A BASIC
DESCRIPTION OF THE EXTENT OF DEMOLITION WORK, BUT MAY NOT BE INCLUSIVE. PROVIDE
DEMOLITION WORK IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:
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CHECKED BY:
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APRIL 21, 2014
DESIGNED BY:
DRAWN BY:
CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
REVISIONS
DATE:
DATE
ISSUE:
NO.
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P (801) 534-1130
F (801) 534-1080
240 E. MORRIS AVE. SUITE 200
SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84115
DRAPER PRISON WASATCH & OQUIRRH
INTERCOM & PAGING SYSTEM REMODEL
GENERAL DEMOLITION NOTES:
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EXISTING PART OF THE PANEL IS TO BE REPLACED.
RE-LABEL ALL WIRES AND CONNECTORS ON BOTH WIRE AND PANEL SIDES, AND THEN
DISCONNECT ALL WIRES AND DEVICES FROM THE PANEL. CUT THE PANEL ALONG THE DASHED
LINE AND REFINISH THE CUTTING EDGES.
RE-INSTALL PANELS BEING REUSED BACK IN PLACE.
3.
4.
NO CHANGES SHALL BE MADE WITHOUT THE AV CONSULTANT'S WRITTEN CONSENT.
PROVIDE THE OWNERS WITH A COPY OF THE CRESTRON PROGRAMING CODE UPON
COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT.
7.
8.
2
WINNING CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO CONTACT THE OWNERS' REPRESENTATIVES
AND SCHEDULE THEIR WORKING HOURS TO BE DURING THE EVENING AND NIGHT TIMES FOR
MINIMAL CONTROL SYSTEM DOWN TIMES.
VERIFY SPECIFIED SPEAKERS WILL FIT THE EXISTING SPEAKER ENCLOSURES AND GRILLES
PRIOR TO ORDERING THE SPEAKERS. PROVIDE SPEAKER ADAPTERS TO COMPLETE
INSTALLATION IF NECESSARY.
6.
11.
ALL AUDIO CABLES AND INTERCOM CABLES MUST BE INSTALLED IN CONDUITS. REUSE
EXISTING CONDUITS WHERE IT IS POSSIBLE AND INSTALL NEW CONDUITS WHERE IT IS
REQUIRED.
5.
ALL LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEM WIRING IS SCHEMATIC. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY THE
EXACT ROUTING AND LOCATIONS OF PENETRATIONS IN THE FIELD PRIOR TO ROUTING
CONDUIT AND CABLES.
INCLUDE AN ADDITIONAL 50% OF THE TOTAL QUANTITY OF ALL PUSH SWITCHES AND PUSH
BUTTONS, LED'S, KEY SWITCHES IN BID PRICE .
4.
ALL NEW RELAYS, LEDs, PUSH BUTTONS, AND KEY SWITCHES SHALL BE WIRED USING
QUICK CONNECTIONS. NO SOLDERED CONNECTIONS ARE ALLOWED.
REPLACE ALL NON-WORKING RELAYS AND POWER SUPPLIES SO THAT NEW AND EXISTING
CONTROL PANELS ARE COMPLETELY FUNCTIONAL.
3.
10.
CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO VISIT THE JOBSITE, DOCUMENT EXISTING CONDITIONS
THAT WILL EFFECT FINAL CONSTRUCTION COSTS PRIOR TO FINAL BID.
2.
9.
THE SCOPE OF THE WASATCH D-BLOCK (THREE LEVELS) IS TO COMPLETELY UPGRADE THE
EXISTING PAGING SYTEM.
1.
GENERAL PROJECT NOTES:
EXISTING PART OF THE PANEL IS TO REMAIN FOR RE-USE.
2.
KEYED NOTES:
1.
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CALL/
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DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
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VOLUME
MIC
LEVEL 3
ALL
CALL
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VOLUME
MIC
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DAYROOM
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INMATE CALLS
DAYROOM
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TO
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LEVEL 2
INMATE CALLS
LAMP
TEST
ALL
CALL
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2
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LEVEL
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DAYROOM
PUSH
TO
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ENABLE
ENABLE
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DOORS
DAYROOM
DOOR
DAYROOM
DOOR
3
ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
FIRE
DOORS
DAYROOM
DOOR
DAYROOM
DOOR
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ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
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DAYROOM
DOOR
DAYROOM
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OPEN
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LEVEL 1
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ENSECURE
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LEVEL 1
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LEVEL 2
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LEVEL 3
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 1
OPEN
LEVEL 2
OPEN
LEVEL 3
SCALE:
NTS
B-BLOCK LEVEL 3 CONTROL PANEL DEMO
ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
OPEN
LEVEL 2
GROUP
RELEASE
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 1
RESET
LEVEL 2
DURESS
LEVEL 3
SILENCE
NTS
DOOR STATUS
SCALE:
B-BLOCK LEVEL 2 CONTROL PANEL DEMO
ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
OPEN
LEVEL 2
RESET
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 1
DURESS
LEVEL 2
SILENCE
NTS
LEVEL 3
GROUP
RELEASE
ETD112
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ETD112
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ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
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LEVEL 2
LEVEL 3
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ETD112
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DOOR
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DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
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DOOR
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DOOR
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DOOR
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CALL/
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DOOR
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DOOR
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APRIL 21, 2014
DESIGNED BY:
DRAWN BY:
CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
REVISIONS
DATE:
DATE
ISSUE:
NO.
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WASATCH B LEVEL 1
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S
WASATCH B LEVEL 2
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WASATCH B LEVEL 3
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MIC
CLG
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M
MIC
CLG
S
M
M
MIC
CLG
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M
S
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5
5
M
S
1
5
2
2
ET112
1
S
UP
6
4
ET111
UP TO SOUND CABINET
ON LEVEL 2
1
ET112
1
UP
DN TO SOUND CABINET
ON LEVEL 2
20'-0" A.F.F.
S R(11)
S
S
S R(11)
M
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M
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ET112
DN
DN
6
6
4
ALL AUDIO CABLES AND INTERCOM CABLES MUST BE INSTALLED IN CONDUITS. REUSE
EXISTING CONDUITS WHERE IT IS POSSIBLE AND INSTALL NEW CONDUITS WHERE IT IS
REQUIRED.
VERIFY SPECIFIED SPEAKERS WILL FIT THE EXISTING SPEAKER ENCLOSURES AND GRILLES
PRIOR TO ORDERING THE SPEAKERS. PROVIDE SPEAKER ADAPTERS TO COMPLETE
INSTALLATION IF NECESSARY.
NO CHANGES SHALL BE MADE WITHOUT THE AV CONSULTANT'S WRITTEN CONSENT.
PROVIDE THE OWNERS WITH A COPY OF THE CRESTRON PROGRAMING CODE UPON
COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT.
ALL NEW RELAYS, LEDs, PUSH BUTTONS, AND KEY SWITCHES SHALL BE WIRED USING
QUICK CONNECTIONS. NO SOLDERED CONNECTIONS ARE ALLOWED.
ALL LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEM WIRING IS SCHEMATIC. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY THE
EXACT ROUTING AND LOCATIONS OF PENETRATIONS IN THE FIELD PRIOR TO ROUTING
CONDUIT AND CABLES.
WINNING CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO CONTACT THE OWNERS' REPRESENTATIVES
AND SCHEDULE THEIR WORKING HOURS TO BE DURING THE EVENING AND NIGHT TIMES FOR
MINIMAL CONTROL SYSTEM DOWN TIMES.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
ENLARGED PLAN, WASATCH B-BLOCK
7
INCLUDE AN ADDITIONAL 50% OF THE TOTAL QUANTITY OF ALL PUSH SWITCHES AND PUSH
BUTTONS, LED'S, KEY SWITCHES IN BID PRICE .
4.
2
REPLACE ALL NON-WORKING RELAYS AND POWER SUPPLIES SO THAT NEW AND EXISTING
CONTROL PANELS ARE COMPLETELY FUNCTIONAL.
4
CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO VISIT THE JOBSITE, DOCUMENT EXISTING CONDITIONS
THAT WILL EFFECT FINAL CONSTRUCTION COSTS PRIOR TO FINAL BID.
3.
7
THE SCOPE OF THE WASATCH D-BLOCK (THREE LEVELS) IS TO COMPLETELY UPGRADE THE
EXISTING PAGING SYTEM.
2.
GENERAL PROJECT NOTES:
PROVIDE #8 AWG THHN WIRE WITH GREEN INSULATION FROM THE EQUIPMENT CABINET TO
THE EXISTING EMERGENCY POWER PANEL LOCATED ABOVE ON THE THIRD FLOOR.
1.
7.
INSTALL A NEW OUTDOOR SPEAKER CABLE WITH 3/4" IMC CONDUIT, COUPLING AND FITTING.
INSTALL A DEDICATED 20A, 110V AC DUPLEX INSIDE THE EQUIPMENT CABINET AND CIRCUIT TO
EXISTING EMERGENCY POWER PANEL LOCATED ABOVE ON THE THIRD FLOOR.
4.
THE POWER PANEL IS SIEMENS CDP-7, WITH 11TH AND 12TH BREAKER SPACES AVAILABLE.
PROVIDE A NEW 20A BREAKER.
INSTALL A NEW SPEAKER CABLE WITH A 1/2" EMT CONDUIT INSIDE THE EXISTING CABLE TRAY,
THE CONDUIT SHALL BE GROUNDED. THE CABLE TRAY WILL BE OPENED, CLOSED, AND
PAINTED AS NEEDED BY THE OWNERS.
3.
6.
COORDINATE EXACT LOCATION WITH OWNERS PRIOR TO ROUGH-IN.
5.
EXISTING AND NEW PANEL LOCATION.
2.
KEYED NOTES:
1.
7
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D
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5
ET112
NTS
SCALE:
NTS
SCALE:
NTS
1
ET112
4
LED RED
TYP.
NTS
LED GREEN
POWER
LEVEL 2
INMATE CALLS
TEST
LEVEL 3
ALL
CALL
OUTSIDE
LEVEL
2
LEVEL
3
DAYROOM
LEVEL
1
ET112
2
TEST BUTTON
WHITE, MOMENTARY
ET112
5
5
PAGE BUTTON
WHITE, MOMENTARY ET112
MONITOR BUTTON
WHITE, ALTERNATE
VOLUME
KEY SWITCH
BLACK, MAINTAINED
SCALE:
WINNING CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO CONTACT THE OWNERS' REPRESENTATIVES
AND SCHEDULE THEIR WORKING HOURS TO BE DURING THE EVENING AND NIGHT TIMES FOR
MINIMAL CONTROL SYSTEM DOWN TIMES.
11.
5
ALL LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEM WIRING IS SCHEMATIC. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY THE
EXACT ROUTING AND LOCATIONS OF PENETRATIONS IN THE FIELD PRIOR TO ROUTING
CONDUIT AND CABLES.
10.
MONITOR
ALL NEW RELAYS, LEDs, PUSH BUTTONS, AND KEY SWITCHES SHALL BE WIRED USING
QUICK CONNECTIONS. NO SOLDERED CONNECTIONS ARE ALLOWED.
9.
VOLUME
PROVIDE THE OWNERS WITH A COPY OF THE CRESTRON PROGRAMING CODE UPON
COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT.
8.
ALL AUDIO CABLES AND INTERCOM CABLES MUST BE INSTALLED IN CONDUITS. REUSE
EXISTING CONDUITS WHERE IT IS POSSIBLE AND INSTALL NEW CONDUITS WHERE IT IS
REQUIRED.
5.
NO CHANGES SHALL BE MADE WITHOUT THE AV CONSULTANT'S WRITTEN CONSENT.
INCLUDE AN ADDITIONAL 50% OF THE TOTAL QUANTITY OF ALL PUSH SWITCHES AND PUSH
BUTTONS, LED'S, KEY SWITCHES IN BID PRICE .
4.
VERIFY SPECIFIED SPEAKERS WILL FIT THE EXISTING SPEAKER ENCLOSURES AND GRILLES
PRIOR TO ORDERING THE SPEAKERS. PROVIDE SPEAKER ADAPTERS TO COMPLETE
INSTALLATION IF NECESSARY.
REPLACE ALL NON-WORKING RELAYS AND POWER SUPPLIES SO THAT NEW AND EXISTING
CONTROL PANELS ARE COMPLETELY FUNCTIONAL.
3.
7.
CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO VISIT THE JOBSITE, DOCUMENT EXISTING CONDITIONS
THAT WILL EFFECT FINAL CONSTRUCTION COSTS PRIOR TO FINAL BID.
2.
6.
THE SCOPE OF THE WASATCH D-BLOCK (THREE LEVELS) IS TO COMPLETELY UPGRADE THE
EXISTING PAGING SYTEM.
1.
MICROPHONE
LED YELLOW
TYP.
ET112
7
REPAIR OR REPLACE THE BROKEN BUTTON.
GENERAL PROJECT NOTES:
MATCH NEW LED VOLTAGE TO EXISTING POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE.
4.
SPEAKER
PANEL DETAIL
ET112
6
KEY SWITCH DETAIL
SCALE:
LED DETAIL
BUTTON DETAIL
ET112
6
ET112
7
IMPRINT ALL LETTERS AND NUMBERS SHOWN ON DRAWING ONTO PANELS AND BUTTONS.
3.
VERIFY PANEL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD PRIOR TO MANFACTURING.
2.
1.
KEYED NOTES:
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
3
9
1
9
1
9
1
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
10
2
10
2
10
2
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
11
3
11
3
11
3
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
12
4
12
4
12
4
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
13
5
13
5
13
5
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
14
6
14
6
14
6
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
15
7
15
7
15
7
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
TEST
5 7/16"
1
2
TEST
TYP.
LEVEL 1
POWER
DAYROOM
DOOR
ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
FIRE
DOORS
INMATE CALLS
LEVEL 2
OUTSIDE
ALL
CALL
LEVEL
3
MONITOR
ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
DAYROOM
DOOR
3
DAYROOM
LEVEL
2
LEVEL
1
VOLUME
1
TYP.
OPEN
OPEN
5 7/16"
2
POWER
TYP.
LEVEL 1
TEST
DAYROOM
DOOR
FIRE
DOORS
INMATE CALLS
LEVEL 3
OUTSIDE
ALL
CALL
LEVEL
3
MONITOR
ENABLE
ENABLE
DAYROOM
DOOR
3
DAYROOM
LEVEL
2
LEVEL
1
VOLUME
1
TYP.
OPEN
OPEN
5 7/16"
2
POWER
TYP.
LEVEL 2
ENABLE
FIRE
DOORS
INMATE CALLS
LEVEL 3
OUTSIDE
ALL
CALL
LEVEL
3
MONITOR
3
DAYROOM
LEVEL
2
LEVEL
1
VOLUME
DAYROOM
DOOR
DAYROOM
DOOR
TYP.
OPEN
OPEN
4
16
8
16
8
16
8
4
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
3
ET112
5
LEVEL 1
OPEN
LEVEL 2
2
ET112
OPEN
LEVEL 3
CLOSE
LEVEL 1
OPEN
LEVEL 2
1
ET112
OPEN
LEVEL 3
CLOSE
LEVEL 1
OPEN
LEVEL 2
OPEN
LEVEL 3
CLOSE
5
SILENCE
OPEN
RESET
LEVEL 1
OPEN
LEVEL 2
OPEN
LEVEL 3
4
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 3
DURESS
ENSECURE
CONTROL
ROOM
DOOR
LEVEL 1
OPEN
LEVEL 2
OPEN
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 1
OPEN
LEVEL 2
OPEN
LEVEL 3
SCALE:
NTS
B-BLOCK LEVEL 3 CONTROL PANEL
ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
OPEN
LEVEL 2
GROUP
RELEASE
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 1
RESET
LEVEL 2
DURESS
LEVEL 3
SILENCE
NTS
DOOR STATUS
SCALE:
B-BLOCK LEVEL 2 CONTROL PANEL
ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
OPEN
LEVEL 1
GROUP
RELEASE
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 1
RESET
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 2
DURESS
LEVEL 3
SILENCE
NTS
DOOR STATUS
SCALE:
B-BLOCK LEVEL 1 CONTROL PANEL
ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
GROUP
RELEASE
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 3
DOOR STATUS
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
6
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
6
25
17
25
17
25
17
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
26
18
26
18
26
18
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
27
19
27
19
27
19
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
28
20
28
20
28
20
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
29
21
29
21
29
21
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
30
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30
22
30
22
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
31
23
31
23
31
23
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
32
24
32
24
32
7
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
24
7
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
1
1
1
12 7/16"
12 7/16"
3
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REVISIONS
ET112
WASATCH B-BLOCK
CONTROL PANEL
DETAILS
1330410
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APRIL 21, 2014
CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
ENVISION PROJECT NO.:
PROJECT NO.:
CHECKED BY:
DESIGNED BY:
DRAWN BY:
DATE:
ISSUE:
NO.
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F (801) 534-1080
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SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
MODEL
QTY
HONEYWELL
CRESTRON
PUSH BUTTON WITH LED, ALTERNATE, SQUARE, FOR MONITOR
SWITCH BUTTON WITH LED WINDOW, WHITE
CONTROLLER
RELAY AND I/O BOX
RACK MOUNT KIT
CONTROL PANELS
CUSTOM
BELDEN
LIBERTY
WEST PENN
WEST PENN
BELDEN
LIBERTY
WEST PENN
SPEAKER CABLE FOR LOW IMPEDANCE, FROM PANELS TO CABINET
SPEAKER CABLE FOR HORNS
MICROPHONE CABLE
ATLAS
ATLAS
INSTALL PLENUM CABLES WHERE SUCH CABLES ARE REQUIRED.
3
MIDDLE ATLANTIC
UPS, 2RU
ATLAS
MIDDLE ATLANTIC
EQUIPMENT CABINET 1, 2, WALL MOUNTED 18 RU
EQUIPMENT DOOR
BLANK PANEL
RACK MOUNT SHELF, 3RU
MIDDLE ATLANTIC
POWER SUPPLY, 24 VDC, 2A
POWER STRIP
POWER SUPPLY, 24 VDC, 5A
NOTES
BELDEN
LIBERTY
WEST PENN
WEST PENN
MANUFACTURER
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT LIST
CUSTOM
CHICAGO MINIATURE
LIGHTING
SPEAKER CABLE FOR 70V
RELAY CABLE, 6 CONDUCTORS
A/R = AS REQUIRED
1.
1
M
S
S
S
R
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
LED, INMATE CALLS, YELLOW
MICROPHONE, CEILING
QUAM
BOGEN
LOWELL
HONEYWELL
KEY SWITCH, POWER
SPEAKER ENCLOSURE
SPEAKER GRILLE
SPEAKER
TONE GENERATOR
HORN
QUAM
LOWELL
PANEL VOLUME CONTORL
TECH WORKS
RDL
TECH WORKS
QSC
PANEL SPEAKER, 3", 8 OHMS
PANEL MICROPHONE
AMPLIFIER 2,3, AND 4, 6 WATTS
POWER SUPPLY
MICROPHONE, CEILING
AMPLIFIER #1, 8 CH
LECTROSONICS
HONEYWELL
PUSH BUTTON WITH LED, MOMENTARY, SQUARE, FOR LAMP TEST
SWITCH BUTTON WITH LED WINDOW, WHITE
DSP
HONEYWELL
A/R = AS REQUIRED
MIC CLG
MIC
MIC CLG
HONEYWELL
MANUFACTURER
CHICAGO MINIATURE
LIGHTING
LED, 24V, RECTANGULAR , RED
LED, 24V, CIRCULAR
PUSH BUTTON WITHOUT LED, MOMENTARY, RECTANGULAR
SWITCH BUTTON, WHITE
AML21EBA2AC
-
UPS-2200R-8
DWR-18-26
FD-18
PHBL-1
PS-RK
PDT-615C-NS
PS24-20
PS24-50A
5200FE
22-2C-SH-XX
452
AQ225
5000UE
12-2C-XX
227
5200UE
16-2C-XX
225
270
MODEL
SEE DETAILS ON
SHEET ET122
2191QU7-24V, YELLOW OR
2191QU7-12V, YELLOW
3" ONE GANG BOX
CB84
SQLK-8L
810-T870
QH16T
AML27ABK2AC22BB
TG4C
LV-50S-RM
30C25Z8
HM-1-SUB
ST-PA6
PS24-KS
HM-1
CX-108V
SPN812
CP3N
ST-IO
-
AML22CBM8AD
-
AML22CBM8AC
-
AML42SBF8
2191QU5-24V, GREEN
2191QU7-24V, YELLOW
(PANEL 1)
(PANEL 2)
(PANEL 3)
(PANEL 1)
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
QTY
3
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
(PANEL 3)
(PANEL 2)
(PANEL 1)
(PANEL 3)
(PANEL 2)
(PANEL 1)
(PANEL 3)
(PANEL 2)
(PANEL 1)
(PANEL 3)
(PANEL 2)
(PANEL 1)
(PANEL 3)
(PANEL 2)
(PANEL 1)
(PANEL 3)
(PANEL 2)
(PANEL 3)
A/R
A/R
A/R
(PANEL 2)
A/R
A/R
4
(PANEL 1)
LEVEL 1
CONTROLLER
8X8
SPARE
SPARE
MONITOR
MONITOR
MONITOR
LAMP TEST
LAMP TEST
LAMP TEST
ALL CALL
ALL CALL
ALL CALL
DAY ROOM
DAY ROOM
DAY ROOM
OUTSIDE
OUTSIDE
OUTSIDE
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 1
RELAYS
RELAY BOX
4X8
RELAY BOX
4X8
TONE
GENERATOR
(LEVEL 3) MIC CLG
(LEVEL 2) MIC CLG
(LEVEL 1) MIC CLG
(PANEL 3) MIC
(PANEL 2) MIC
(PANEL 1) MIC
5
MONITOR BUTTON, PANEL 3
LED
ET113
1
MONITOR BUTTON, PANEL 2
MONITOR BUTTON, PANEL 1
SCALE:
NTS
AV SYSTEM RISER
TO EXISTING LAMP TEST CIRCUIT, PANEL 3
TO EXISTING LAMP TEST CIRCUIT, PANEL 2
TO EXISTING LAMP TEST CIRCUIT, PANEL 1
LAMP TEST BUTTON
LAMP TEST BUTTON
LAMP TEST BUTTON
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
DAY ROOM BUTTON
DAY ROOM BUTTON
LED
DAY ROOM BUTTON
LED
ALL PAGE BUTTONS
LEVEL 3 BUTTONS
LEVEL 2 BUTTONS
LEVEL 1 BUTTONS
OUTSIDE
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
RS232
5
DSP
(TO LED)
AMP #1
UPS
POWER
STRIP
TO AUDIO EQUIPMENT
POWER
SUPPLY
AMP #4
6
8 ohms
AMP #3
8 ohms
AMP #2
8 ohms
6
8W
8W
LEVEL 1
SPEAKERS (TYP 5)
PANEL SPEAKER
LEVEL 3
PANEL SPEAKER
LEVEL 2
PANEL SPEAKER
LEVEL 1
DAY ROOM, LEVEL 3
SPEAKERS
DAY ROOM, LEVEL 2
SPEAKERS
DAY ROOM, LEVEL 1
SPEAKERS
OUTSIDE
HORN
LEVEL 3
SPEAKERS (TYP 5)
LEVEL 2
SPEAKERS (TYP 5)
110VAC POWER
8W
8W
110VAC POWER
V
V
V
8W
8W
8W
16W
8W
8W
7
7
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AV EQUIPMENT LIST
4
E
3
F
2
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PROJECT NO.:
ET113
WASATCH B-BLOCK
AV SYSTEM RISER
ENVISION PROJECT NO.:
1330410
14-003
CHECKED BY:
JW/GSN
APRIL 21, 2014
DESIGNED BY:
DRAWN BY:
CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
REVISIONS
DATE:
DATE
DRAPER PRISON WASATCH & OQUIRRH
INTERCOM & PAGING SYSTEM REMODEL
ISSUE:
NO.
www.envisioneng.com
P (801) 534-1130
F (801) 534-1080
240 E. MORRIS AVE. SUITE 200
SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84115
.
CD
5/30/2014 2:08 PM
F
1
DFCM
Bid DA14027
p. 40
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2
2
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
2
WASATCH D LEVEL 1 DEMO
3
WASATCH D LEVEL 2 DEMO
3
WASATCH D LEVEL 3 DEMO
3
4
4
5
5
2
2
2
5
5
5
4
4
4
1
1
1
UP
UP
DN
DN
6
6
EXISTING RACEWAYS MAY BE REUSED, IF IN PLACE, WHERE POSSIBLE, AND WHERE IN
COMPLIANCE WITH THE SPECIFICATIONS AND THE INTENT OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.
UPGRADE AND OR PROVIDE NEW CONDUIT SUPPORTS WHERE NECESSARY FOR ALL
RACEWAYS BEING REUSED. ENSURE INTEGRITY OF EXISTING RACEWAYS BEFORE REUSE.
DO NOT PENETRATE STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS OF FLOORS, WALLS, CEILINGS, ROOFS, ETC.
COORDINATE WITH OWNER WHAT EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE DISPOSED OF AND WHAT
EQUIPMENT IS TO BE RETURNED TO OWNER.
1.2
1.3
1.4
DISCONNECT, REMOVE, AND RETURN SPEAKERS, SPEAKER ENCLOSURES, AND GRILLS TO THE
OWNERS. REMOVE CABLING ASSOCIATED WITH SPAKERS BACK TO EXISTING AMPLIFIERS
COMPLETELY.
DISCONNECT, REMOVE, AND RETURN SPEAKERS, SPEAKER ENCLOSURES, AND GRILLS TO THE
OWNERS. REMOVE EXISTING CONDUIT FROM SPEAKERS TO CABLE TRAY. REMOVE CABLING
ASSOCIATED WITH SPEAKERS BACK TO EXISTING AMPLIFIERS COMPLETELY.
DISCONNECT, REMOVE, AND RETURN EXISTING INTERCOM/PAGING AMPLIFIERS AND TONE
GENERATORS TO THE OWNER.
REMOVE THE EXISTING PAGING HORNS.
2.
3.
4.
5.
NO CHANGES SHALL BE MADE WITHOUT THE AV CONSULTANT'S WRITTEN CONSENT.
PROVIDE THE OWNERS WITH A COPY OF THE CRESTRON PROGRAMING CODE UPON
COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT.
7.
8.
7
WINNING CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO CONTACT THE OWNERS' REPRESENTATIVES
AND SCHEDULE THEIR WORKING HOURS TO BE DURING THE EVENING AND NIGHT TIMES FOR
MINIMAL CONTROL SYSTEM DOWN TIMES.
VERIFY SPECIFIED SPEAKERS WILL FIT THE EXISTING SPEAKER ENCLOSURES AND GRILLES
PRIOR TO ORDERING THE SPEAKERS. PROVIDE SPEAKER ADAPTERS TO COMPLETE
INSTALLATION IF NECESSARY.
6.
ALL LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEM WIRING IS SCHEMATIC. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY THE
EXACT ROUTING AND LOCATIONS OF PENETRATIONS IN THE FIELD PRIOR TO ROUTING
CONDUIT AND CABLES.
ALL AUDIO CABLES AND INTERCOM CABLES MUST BE INSTALLED IN CONDUITS. REUSE
EXISTING CONDUITS WHERE IT IS POSSIBLE AND INSTALL NEW CONDUITS WHERE IT IS
REQUIRED.
5.
11.
INCLUDE AN ADDITIONAL 50% OF THE TOTAL QUANTITY OF ALL PUSH SWITCHES AND PUSH
BUTTONS, LED'S, KEY SWITCHES IN BID PRICE .
4.
ALL NEW RELAYS, LEDs, PUSH BUTTONS, AND KEY SWITCHES SHALL BE WIRED USING
QUICK CONNECTIONS. NO SOLDERED CONNECTIONS ARE ALLOWED.
REPLACE ALL NON-WORKING RELAYS AND POWER SUPPLIES SO THAT NEW AND EXISTING
CONTROL PANELS ARE COMPLETELY FUNCTIONAL.
3.
10.
CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO VISIT THE JOBSITE, DOCUMENT EXISTING CONDITIONS
THAT WILL EFFECT FINAL CONSTRUCTION COSTS PRIOR TO FINAL BID.
2.
9.
THE SCOPE OF THE WASATCH D-BLOCK (THREE LEVELS) IS TO COMPLETELY UPGRADE THE
EXISTING PAGING SYTEM.
1.
GENERAL PROJECT NOTES:
EXISTING PANELS. SEE SHEET ETD122 FOR DETAILS.
1.
KEYED NOTES:
REMOVE AND DISPOSE OF ALL RACEWAYS, BOXES, DEVICES, EQUIPMENT, ETC. THAT ARE NOT
TO BE REUSED.
1.1
1. UNLESS SPECIFICALLY NOTED OTHERWISE, REMOVE ALL ELECTRICAL ITEMS SHOWN IN DARK & DASHED
LINES. LIGHT & SOLID ITEMS ARE TO REMAIN. DEMOLITION ITEMS ARE SHOWN TO GIVE A BASIC
DESCRIPTION OF THE EXTENT OF DEMOLITION WORK, BUT MAY NOT BE INCLUSIVE. PROVIDE
DEMOLITION WORK IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:
7
A
B
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D
E
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PROJECT NO.:
ETD121
WASATCH D-BLOCK
DEMO PLANS
ENVISION PROJECT NO.:
1330410
14-003
CHECKED BY:
JW/GSN
APRIL 21, 2014
DESIGNED BY:
DRAWN BY:
CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
REVISIONS
DATE:
DATE
ISSUE:
NO.
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P (801) 534-1130
F (801) 534-1080
240 E. MORRIS AVE. SUITE 200
SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84115
DRAPER PRISON WASATCH & OQUIRRH
INTERCOM & PAGING SYSTEM REMODEL
GENERAL DEMOLITION NOTES:
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CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO VISIT THE JOBSITE, DOCUMENT EXISTING CONDITIONS
THAT WILL EFFECT FINAL CONSTRUCTION COSTS PRIOR TO FINAL BID.
REPLACE ALL NON-WORKING RELAYS AND POWER SUPPLIES SO THAT NEW AND EXISTING
CONTROL PANELS ARE COMPLETELY FUNCTIONAL.
INCLUDE AN ADDITIONAL 50% OF THE TOTAL QUANTITY OF ALL PUSH SWITCHES AND PUSH
BUTTONS, LED'S, KEY SWITCHES IN BID PRICE .
ALL AUDIO CABLES AND INTERCOM CABLES MUST BE INSTALLED IN CONDUITS. REUSE
EXISTING CONDUITS WHERE IT IS POSSIBLE AND INSTALL NEW CONDUITS WHERE IT IS
REQUIRED.
VERIFY SPECIFIED SPEAKERS WILL FIT THE EXISTING SPEAKER ENCLOSURES AND GRILLES
PRIOR TO ORDERING THE SPEAKERS. PROVIDE SPEAKER ADAPTERS TO COMPLETE
INSTALLATION IF NECESSARY.
NO CHANGES SHALL BE MADE WITHOUT THE AV CONSULTANT'S WRITTEN CONSENT.
PROVIDE THE OWNERS WITH A COPY OF THE CRESTRON PROGRAMING CODE UPON
COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT.
ALL NEW RELAYS, LEDs, PUSH BUTTONS, AND KEY SWITCHES SHALL BE WIRED USING
QUICK CONNECTIONS. NO SOLDERED CONNECTIONS ARE ALLOWED.
ALL LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEM WIRING IS SCHEMATIC. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY THE
EXACT ROUTING AND LOCATIONS OF PENETRATIONS IN THE FIELD PRIOR TO ROUTING
CONDUIT AND CABLES.
WINNING CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO CONTACT THE OWNERS' REPRESENTATIVES
AND SCHEDULE THEIR WORKING HOURS TO BE DURING THE EVENING AND NIGHT TIMES FOR
MINIMAL CONTROL SYSTEM DOWN TIMES.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
2
THE SCOPE OF THE WASATCH D-BLOCK (THREE LEVELS) IS TO COMPLETELY UPGRADE THE
EXISTING PAGING SYTEM.
1.
3
RE-INSTALL PANELS BEING REUSED BACK IN PLACE.
5.
GENERAL PROJECT NOTES:
RE-LABEL ALL WIRES AND CONNECTORS ON BOTH WIRE AND PANEL SIDES, AND THEN
DISCONNECT ALL WIRES AND DEVICES FROM THE PANEL. CUT THE PANEL ALONG THE DASHED
LINE AND REFINISH THE CUTTING EDGES.
OPEN
EXISTING PART OF THE PANEL IS TO BE REPLACED.
10
EXISTING PART OF THE PANEL IS TO REMAIN FOR RE-USE.
CLOSE
OPEN
4.
OPEN
CLOSE
3.
9
OPEN
2
2.
CLOSE
CLOSE
1
EXISTING CONTROL PANEL IS TO REMAIN UNDISTURBED.
KEYED NOTES:
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
CLOSE
CLOSE
11
3
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
2
OPEN
OPEN
SYSTEM A
12
4
13
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
LEVEL 2
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
LEVEL 2
5
CLOSE
CLOSE
5
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
9
1
9
1
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
14
6
PANEL 1 (LEFT)
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
10
2
10
2
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
15
7
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
11
3
11
3
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
16
8
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
OPEN
OPEN
4
SYSTEM A
12
4
OPEN
OPEN
SYSTEM A
12
4
2
2
5
CLOSE
CLOSE
5
CLOSE
CLOSE
3
SILENCE
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
14
6
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
14
6
OPEN
OPEN
PANEL 3 (LEFT)
13
5
SYSTEM E
SYSTEM A
SYSTEM D
PANEL 2 (LEFT)
13
5
POWER
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 2
INMATE CALLS
4
TEST
ALL
CALL
LEVEL
2
DAYROOM
LEVEL
3
PUSH
TO
TALK
LEVEL
1
VOLUME
4
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
15
7
15
7
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
16
8
16
8
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OFF
OFF
OFF
POWER
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 1
3
5
ETD122
SYSTEM E
SYSTEM A
SYSTEM D
INMATE CALLS
SYSTEM C
SYSTEM I
GROUP
RELEASE
1
2
3
SYSTEM F
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
SYSTEM G
LEVEL 1
CLOSE
LEVEL 2
CLOSE
LEVEL 3
CLOSE
OPEN
NTS
SYSTEM C
SYSTEM I
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 3
DOOR
STATUS
DAYROOM
DOOR
DAYROOM
DOOR
SYSTEM F
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
SYSTEM G
LEVEL 1
CLOSE
LEVEL 2
CLOSE
LEVEL 3
CLOSE
FIRE
DOORS
CLOSE
NTS
SYSTEM C
SYSTEM I
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 3
DOOR
STATUS
DAYROOM
DOOR
DAYROOM
DOOR
SYSTEM F
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
SYSTEM G
LEVEL 1
CLOSE
LEVEL 2
CLOSE
LEVEL 3
CLOSE
FIRE
DOORS
CLOSE
SCALE:
NTS
D-BLOCK LEVEL 3 CONTROL PANEL DEMO
3
SILENCE
ALL
CALL
PUSH
TO
TALK
SCALE:
LEVEL
2
DAYROOM
RECORD
OFF
LEVEL 1
FIRE
DOORS
CLOSE
D-BLOCK LEVEL 2 CONTROL PANEL DEMO
3
SILENCE
LEVEL
3
TEST
ETD122
SYSTEM E
SYSTEM A
SYSTEM D
LEVEL
1
VOLUME
POWER
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 1
4
2
TEST
ALL
CALL
PUSH
TO
TALK
SCALE:
LEVEL
2
INMATE CALLS
OFF
OFF
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 3
DOOR
STATUS
DAYROOM
DOOR
DAYROOM
DOOR
D-BLOCK LEVEL 1 CONTROL PANEL DEMO
OFF
LEVEL
3
DAYROOM
4
1
SYSTEM H
ETD122
OFF
OFF
LEVEL 2
VOLUME
LEVEL
1
VOLUME
LEVEL 1
PUSH
TO
TALK
TELEPHONE
MONITORING
5
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
6
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
25
17
25
17
25
17
PANEL 1 (RIGHT)
6
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
27
19
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
27
19
OPEN
OPEN
26
18
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
27
19
OPEN
OPEN
PANEL 3 (RIGHT)
26
18
PANEL 2 (RIGHT)
26
18
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
SYSTEM A
28
20
SYSTEM A
28
20
SYSTEM A
28
20
1
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
29
21
1
29
21
1
29
21
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
30
22
30
22
30
22
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
31
23
31
23
31
23
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
7
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
7
32
24
32
24
32
24
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
A
B
C
D
E
F
DATE
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PROJECT NO.:
ETD122
WASATCH D-BLOCK
CONTROL PANEL
DEMO DETAILS
ENVISION PROJECT NO.:
1330410
14-003
CHECKED BY:
JW/GSN
APRIL 21, 2014
CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
REVISIONS
DESIGNED BY:
DRAWN BY:
DATE:
ISSUE:
NO.
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P (801) 534-1130
F (801) 534-1080
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SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84115
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INTERCOM & PAGING SYSTEM REMODEL
LEVEL 1
3
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WD302
20'-0" A.F.F.
20'-0" A.F.F.
2
CLASSROOM
2
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
3
1
S
S
2
S
S
3
S
S
3
3
3
S
S
WD305
CORRIDOR
S
3
3
S
S
3
3
S
S
WASATCH D LEVEL 1
S
S
WASATCH D LEVEL 2
S
S
S
WASATCH D LEVEL 3
S
S
S
WD303
S
CORRIDOR
S
S
WD304
S
CORRIDOR
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
5
5
S
S
ET121
S
S
ET121
S
S
ET121
5
S
S
4
S
S
S
S
S
S
4
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
M
S
MIC
M
M
S
MIC
M
M
S
MIC
DAYROOM M
WD100
WD200
DAYROOM
S
WD300
DAYROOM
S
2
CLG
2
CLG
2
CLG
6
S
6
5
S
S
S
S
4
ET121
S
S
S
5
M
S R(11)
M
S R(11)
M
S R(11)
1
2
ET122
S
3
ET122
1
S
WD201
S
CONTROL ROOM
UP
WD301
1
ET122
1
DN
WD101
CONTROL ROOM
DN
CONTROL ROOM
UP
UP TO SOUND CABINET
ON LEVEL 2
5
DOWN TO SOUND
CABINET ON LEVEL 2
S
S
S
S
TO EMT
CONDUIT
INSTALL A NEW SPEAKER CABLE WITH A 1/2" EMT CONDUIT INSIDE THE EXISTING CABLE TRAY,
THE CONDUIT SHALL BE GROUNDED. THE CABLE TRAY WILL BE OPENED, CLOSED, AND
PAINTED AS NEEDED BY THE OWNERS.
INSTALL A DEDICATED 20A, 110V AC DUPLEX INSIDE THE EQUIPMENT CABINET AND CIRCUIT TO
EXISTING EMERGENCY POWER PANEL LOCATED ABOVE ON THE THIRD FLOOR.
THE POWER PANEL IS SIEMENS CDP-7, WITH 11TH AND 12TH BREAKER SPACES AVAILABLE.
PROVIDE A NEW 20A BREAKER.
INSTALL A NEW OUTDOOR SPEAKER CABLE WITH 3/4" IMC CONDUIT, COUPLING AND FITTING.
3.
4.
5.
6.
6
5
7
WALL
EXISTING
CABLE TRAY
CEILING
HALLWAY SPEAKER MOUNTING DETAIL,
TYPICAL
FLOOR
SPEAKER ENCLOSURE
ENLARGED PLAN, WASATCH D-BLOCK
3/4" EMT CONDUIT
WITH SPEAKER CABLE
EXISTING
CABLE TRAY
4
WINNING CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO CONTACT THE OWNERS' REPRESENTATIVES
AND SCHEDULE THEIR WORKING HOURS TO BE DURING THE EVENING AND NIGHT TIMES FOR
MINIMAL CONTROL SYSTEM DOWN TIMES.
1
ALL LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEM WIRING IS SCHEMATIC. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY THE
EXACT ROUTING AND LOCATIONS OF PENETRATIONS IN THE FIELD PRIOR TO ROUTING
CONDUIT AND CABLES.
11.
4
ALL NEW RELAYS, LEDs, PUSH BUTTONS, AND KEY SWITCHES SHALL BE WIRED USING
QUICK CONNECTIONS. NO SOLDERED CONNECTIONS ARE ALLOWED.
10.
7
PROVIDE THE OWNERS WITH A COPY OF THE CRESTRON PROGRAMING CODE UPON
COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT.
VERIFY SPECIFIED SPEAKERS WILL FIT THE EXISTING SPEAKER ENCLOSURES AND GRILLES
PRIOR TO ORDERING THE SPEAKERS. PROVIDE SPEAKER ADAPTERS TO COMPLETE
INSTALLATION IF NECESSARY.
6.
9.
ALL AUDIO CABLES AND INTERCOM CABLES MUST BE INSTALLED IN CONDUITS. REUSE
EXISTING CONDUITS WHERE IT IS POSSIBLE AND INSTALL NEW CONDUITS WHERE IT IS
REQUIRED.
5.
NO CHANGES SHALL BE MADE WITHOUT THE AV CONSULTANT'S WRITTEN CONSENT.
INCLUDE AN ADDITIONAL 50% OF THE TOTAL QUANTITY OF ALL PUSH SWITCHES AND PUSH
BUTTONS, LED'S, KEY SWITCHES IN BID PRICE .
8.
REPLACE ALL NON-WORKING RELAYS AND POWER SUPPLIES SO THAT NEW AND EXISTING
CONTROL PANELS ARE COMPLETELY FUNCTIONAL.
4.
7.
CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO VISIT THE JOBSITE, DOCUMENT EXISTING CONDITIONS
THAT WILL EFFECT FINAL CONSTRUCTION COSTS PRIOR TO FINAL BID.
3.
THE SCOPE OF THE WASATCH D-BLOCK (THREE LEVELS) IS TO COMPLETELY UPGRADE THE
EXISTING PAGING SYTEM.
GENERAL PROJECT NOTES:
2.
1.
PROVIDE #8 AWG THHN WIRE WITH GREEN INSULATION FROM THE EQUIPMENT CABINET TO
THE EXISTING EMERGENCY POWER PANEL LOCATED ABOVE ON THE THIRD FLOOR.
COORDINATE EXACT LOCATION WITH OWNERS PRIOR TO ROUGH-IN.
2.
7.
EXISTING AND NEW PANEL LOCATION.
A
B
C
D
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PROJECT NO.:
ET121
WASATCH D-BLOCK
PLANS
ENVISION PROJECT NO.:
1330410
14-003
CHECKED BY:
JW/GSN
APRIL 21, 2014
DESIGNED BY:
DRAWN BY:
CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
REVISIONS
DATE:
DATE
ISSUE:
NO.
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P (801) 534-1130
F (801) 534-1080
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SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84115
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INTERCOM & PAGING SYSTEM REMODEL
KEYED NOTES:
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5
ET122
6
ET122
7
NTS
NTS
SCALE:
NTS
1
BUTTON DETAIL
SCALE:
KEY SWITCH DETAIL
SCALE:
LED DETAIL
ET122
6
LED RED
TYP.
ET122
4
WINNING CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO CONTACT THE OWNERS' REPRESENTATIVES
AND SCHEDULE THEIR WORKING HOURS TO BE DURING THE EVENING AND NIGHT TIMES FOR
MINIMAL CONTROL SYSTEM DOWN TIMES.
11.
LED GREEN
POWER
LEVEL 2
INMATE CALLS
SCALE:
NTS
TEST
LEVEL 3
ALL
CALL
OUTSIDE
LEVEL
2
LEVEL
3
2
ALL LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEM WIRING IS SCHEMATIC. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY THE
EXACT ROUTING AND LOCATIONS OF PENETRATIONS IN THE FIELD PRIOR TO ROUTING
CONDUIT AND CABLES.
10.
MONITOR
ALL NEW RELAYS, LEDs, PUSH BUTTONS, AND KEY SWITCHES SHALL BE WIRED USING
QUICK CONNECTIONS. NO SOLDERED CONNECTIONS ARE ALLOWED.
9.
DAYROOM
LEVEL
1
PANEL DETAIL
KEY SWITCH
BLACK, MAINTAINED
LED YELLOW
TYP.
ET122
7
VOLUME
PROVIDE THE OWNERS WITH A COPY OF THE CRESTRON PROGRAMING CODE UPON
COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT.
8.
TEST BUTTON
WHITE, MOMENTARY
PAGE BUTTON
WHITE, MOMENTARY
ET122
5
ET122
5
ET122
5
NO CHANGES SHALL BE MADE WITHOUT THE AV CONSULTANT'S WRITTEN CONSENT.
7.
MONITOR BUTTON
WHITE, ALTERNATE
VERIFY SPECIFIED SPEAKERS WILL FIT THE EXISTING SPEAKER ENCLOSURES AND GRILLES
PRIOR TO ORDERING THE SPEAKERS. PROVIDE SPEAKER ADAPTERS TO COMPLETE
INSTALLATION IF NECESSARY.
6.
VOLUME
ALL AUDIO CABLES AND INTERCOM CABLES MUST BE INSTALLED IN CONDUITS. REUSE
EXISTING CONDUITS WHERE IT IS POSSIBLE AND INSTALL NEW CONDUITS WHERE IT IS
REQUIRED.
5.
MICROPHONE
INCLUDE AN ADDITIONAL 50% OF THE TOTAL QUANTITY OF ALL PUSH SWITCHES AND PUSH
BUTTONS, LED'S, KEY SWITCHES IN BID PRICE .
4.
SPEAKER
REPLACE ALL NON-WORKING RELAYS AND POWER SUPPLIES SO THAT NEW AND EXISTING
CONTROL PANELS ARE COMPLETELY FUNCTIONAL.
CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO VISIT THE JOBSITE, DOCUMENT EXISTING CONDITIONS
THAT WILL EFFECT FINAL CONSTRUCTION COSTS PRIOR TO FINAL BID.
THE SCOPE OF THE WASATCH D-BLOCK (THREE LEVELS) IS TO COMPLETELY UPGRADE THE
EXISTING PAGING SYTEM.
OPEN
OPEN
3.
2.
1.
REPAIR OR REPLACE THE BROKEN BUTTON.
GENERAL PROJECT NOTES:
MATCH NEW LED VOLTAGE TO EXISTING POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE.
4.
10
3.
CLOSE
IMPRINT ALL LETTERS AND NUMBERS SHOWN ON DRAWING ONTO PANELS AND BUTTONS.
OPEN
CLOSE
2.
9
OPEN
2
VERIFY PANEL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD PRIOR TO MANFACTURING.
CLOSE
CLOSE
1
1.
KEYED NOTES:
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
LEVEL 1
CLOSE
CLOSE
3
11
3
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
OPEN
OPEN
SYSTEM A
12
4
13
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
LEVEL 2
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
LEVEL 2
CLOSE
CLOSE
5
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
9
1
9
1
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
14
6
PANEL 1 (LEFT)
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
10
2
10
2
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
15
7
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
11
3
11
3
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
16
8
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
OPEN
OPEN
SYSTEM A
12
4
OPEN
OPEN
SYSTEM A
12
4
4
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
13
5
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
14
6
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
14
6
OPEN
OPEN
PANEL 3 (LEFT)
13
5
1
TEST
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
LEVEL 3
OUTSIDE
ALL
CALL
LEVEL
3
MONITOR
PANEL 2 (LEFT)
5 7/16"
LEVEL 2
POWER
INMATE CALLS
3
DAYROOM
LEVEL
2
LEVEL
1
VOLUME
SYSTEM E
SYSTEM A
SYSTEM D
TYP.
CLOSE
4
ET122
4
15
7
15
7
12 7/16"
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
16
8
16
8
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
TYP.
2
1
4
5 7/16"
LEVEL 1
POWER
INMATE CALLS
3
SYSTEM E
SYSTEM A
SYSTEM D
TYP.
DAYROOM
LEVEL
2
LEVEL
1
VOLUME
ET122
5 7/16"
LEVEL 1
POWER
INMATE CALLS
3
SYSTEM E
SYSTEM A
SYSTEM D
TYP.
DAYROOM
LEVEL
2
LEVEL
1
VOLUME
OFF
PUSH
TO
TALK
LEVEL 1
ET122
4
OFF
OFF
4
TELEPHONE
MONITORING
TEST
1
LEVEL 3
OUTSIDE
ALL
CALL
LEVEL
3
5
LEVEL 2
OUTSIDE
ALL
CALL
LEVEL
3
MONITOR
TEST
1
SYSTEM H
MONITOR
OFF
OFF
LEVEL 2
1
ET122
3
ET122
2
ET122
OFF
VOLUME
5
RECORD
OFF
SYSTEM C
SYSTEM I
GROUP
RELEASE
LEVEL 1
1
2
3
SYSTEM F
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
SYSTEM G
LEVEL 1
CLOSE
LEVEL 2
CLOSE
LEVEL 3
CLOSE
FIRE
DOORS
CLOSE
4
NTS
SYSTEM C
SYSTEM I
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 3
DOOR
STATUS
DAYROOM
DOOR
DAYROOM
DOOR
SYSTEM F
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
SYSTEM G
LEVEL 1
CLOSE
LEVEL 2
CLOSE
LEVEL 3
CLOSE
FIRE
DOORS
CLOSE
4
NTS
SYSTEM C
SYSTEM I
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 3
DOOR
STATUS
DAYROOM
DOOR
DAYROOM
DOOR
SYSTEM F
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
SYSTEM G
LEVEL 1
CLOSE
LEVEL 2
CLOSE
LEVEL 3
CLOSE
FIRE
DOORS
CLOSE
SCALE:
NTS
D-BLOCK LEVEL 3 CONTROL PANEL
TYP.
2
1
SCALE:
D-BLOCK LEVEL 2 CONTROL PANEL
TYP.
2
1
SCALE:
D-BLOCK LEVEL 1 CONTROL PANEL
OFF
OFF
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 3
DOOR
STATUS
DAYROOM
DOOR
DAYROOM
DOOR
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
DOOR
CONTROL
DOOR
STATUS
CALL/
CANCEL
6
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
25
17
25
17
25
17
PANEL 1 (RIGHT)
6
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
27
19
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
27
19
OPEN
OPEN
26
18
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
27
19
OPEN
OPEN
PANEL 3 (RIGHT)
26
18
PANEL 2 (RIGHT)
26
18
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
SYSTEM A
28
20
SYSTEM A
28
20
SYSTEM A
28
20
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
29
21
29
21
29
21
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
30
22
30
22
30
22
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
31
23
31
23
31
23
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
7
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
7
32
24
32
24
32
24
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
A
B
C
D
E
F
JO
ET122
WASATCH D-BLOCK
CONTROL PANEL
DETAILS
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CRESTRON
CONTROLLER
RELAY AND I/O BOX
RACK MOUNT KIT
RDL
CONTROL PANELS
BELDEN
LIBERTY
WEST PENN
BELDEN
LIBERTY
WEST PENN
SPEAKER CABLE FOR 70V
SPEAKER CABLE FOR LOW IMPEDANCE, FROM PANELS TO CABINET
2
4
(PANEL 3)
(PANEL 2)
(PANEL 1)
(PANEL 3)
(PANEL 2)
(PANEL 1)
(PANEL 3)
(PANEL 2)
(PANEL 1)
(PANEL 3)
(PANEL 2)
(PANEL 1)
(PANEL 3)
(PANEL 2)
(PANEL 1)
(PANEL 3)
(PANEL 2)
(PANEL 1)
SPARE
SPARE
MONITOR
MONITOR
MONITOR
LAMP TEST
LAMP TEST
LAMP TEST
ALL CALL
ALL CALL
ALL CALL
DAY ROOM
DAY ROOM
DAY ROOM
OUTSIDE
OUTSIDE
OUTSIDE
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 1
RELAY BOX
4X8
RELAY BOX
4X8
CONTROLLER
8X8
MONITOR BUTTON, PANEL 2
MONITOR BUTTON, PANEL 3
LED
MONITOR BUTTON, PANEL 1
ET123
1
5
DSP
SCALE:
NTS
AV SYSTEM RISER
TO EXISTING LAMP TEST CIRCUIT, PANEL 3
TO EXISTING LAMP TEST CIRCUIT, PANEL 2
LED
LED
LAMP TEST BUTTON
LED
(LEVEL 3) MIC CLG
(LEVEL 2) MIC CLG
(LEVEL 1) MIC CLG
(PANEL 3) MIC
(PANEL 2) MIC
(PANEL 1) MIC
TO EXISTING LAMP TEST CIRCUIT, PANEL 1
LAMP TEST BUTTON
LAMP TEST BUTTON
DAY ROOM BUTTON
DAY ROOM BUTTON
DAY ROOM BUTTON
ALL PAGE BUTTONS
LEVEL 3 BUTTONS
LEVEL 2 BUTTONS
LEVEL 1 BUTTONS
OUTSIDE
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
RELAY
RS232
TONE
GENERATOR
(TO LED)
8 ohms
UPS
POWER
STRIP
TO AUDIO EQUIPMENT
POWER
SUPPLY
AMP #4
8 ohms
AMP #3
8 ohms
AMP #2
AMP #1
6
PANEL SPEAKER
LEVEL 3
PANEL SPEAKER
LEVEL 2
PANEL SPEAKER
LEVEL 1
DAY ROOM, LEVEL 3
SPEAKERS
DAY ROOM, LEVEL 2
SPEAKERS
DAY ROOM, LEVEL 1
SPEAKERS
OUTSIDE
HORNS
110VAC POWER
8W
8W
8W
16W
LEVEL 3
SPEAKERS (TYP 5)
LEVEL 2
SPEAKERS (TYP 5)
LEVEL 1
SPEAKERS (TYP 5)
110VAC POWER
V
V
V
8W
8W
8W
16W
8W
8W
8W
6
7
7
C
D
E
F
A
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
QTY
3
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
(PANEL 3)
(PANEL 2)
A/R
A/R
(PANEL 1)
(PANEL 3)
A/R
A/R
A/R
(PANEL 2)
A/R
A/R
(PANEL 1)
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
QTY
5
A
3
UPS-2200R-8
MIDDLE ATLANTIC
UPS, 2 RU
INSTALL PLENUM CABLES WHERE SUCH CABLES ARE REQUIRED.
DWR-18-26
FD-18
PHBL-1
PS-RK
PDT-615C-NS
PS24-20
PS24-50A
MIDDLE ATLANTIC
ATLAS
MODEL
5200FE
22-2C-SH-XX
452
AQ225
5000UE
12-2C-XX
227
5200UE
16-2C-XX
225
270
SEE DETAILS ON
SHEET ET122
2191QU7-24V, YELLOW OR
2191QU7-12V, YELLOW
3" ONE GANG BOX
CB84
SQLK-8L
810-T870
QH16T
AML27ABK2AC22BB
TG4C
LV-50S-RM
30C25Z8
HM-1-SUB
ST-PA6
PS24-KS
HM-1
CX-108V
SPN812
CP3N
ST-IO
-
AML22CBM8AD
-
AML22CBM8AC
-
AML42SBF8
EQUIPMENT CABINET 1, 2, WALL MOUNTED 18 RU
EQUIPMENT DOOR
BLANK PANEL
RACK MOUNT SHELF, 3RU
MIDDLE ATLANTIC
ATLAS
POWER STRIP
ATLAS
POWER SUPPLY, 24 VDC, 2A
BELDEN
LIBERTY
WEST PENN
MICROPHONE CABLE
POWER SUPPLY, 24 VDC, 5A
WEST PENN
SPEAKER CABLE FOR HORNS
NOTES
WEST PENN
MANUFACTURER
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT LIST
CUSTOM
CHICAGO MINIATURE
LIGHTING
CUSTOM
RELAY CABLE, 6 CONDUCTORS
DESCRIPTION
LED, INMATE CALLS, YELLOW
MICROPHONE, CEILING
QUAM
BOGEN
LOWELL
HONEYWELL
KEY SWITCH, POWER
SPEAKER ENCLOSURE
SPEAKER GRILLE
SPEAKER
TONE GENERATOR
HORN
QUAM
LOWELL
TECH WORKS
PANEL VOLUME CONTROL, 8 OHMS
A/R = AS REQUIRED
1.
1
M
S
S
S
R
SYMBOL
QSC
TECH WORKS
PANEL SPEAKER, 3", 8 OHMS
PANEL MICROPHONE
AMPLIFIER 2,3, AND 4, 6 WATTS
POWER SUPPLY
MICROPHONE, CEILING
AMPLIFIER #1, 8 CH
MODEL
2191QU5-24V, GREEN
2191QU7-24V, YELLOW
AML21EBA2AC
-
4
B
1
HONEYWELL
PUSH BUTTON WITH LED, ALTERNATE, SQUARE, FOR MONITOR
SWITCH BUTTON WITH LED WINDOW, WHITE
LECTROSONICS
HONEYWELL
PUSH BUTTON WITH LED, MOMENTARY, SQUARE, FOR LAMP TEST
SWITCH BUTTON WITH LED WINDOW, WHITE
DSP
HONEYWELL
CHICAGO MINIATURE
LIGHTING
HONEYWELL
MANUFACTURER
AV EQUIPMENT LIST
LED, 24V, RECTANGULAR , RED
LED, 24V, CIRCULAR
A/R = AS REQUIRED
MIC CLG
DESCRIPTION
PUSH BUTTON WITHOUT LED, MOMENTARY, RECTANGULAR
SWITCH BUTTON, WHITE
3
B
C
D
MIC
MIC CLG
SYMBOL
2
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AV SYSTEM RISER
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6
11
PD
D111
D110
7
11
PD
6
D107
D106
0
11
PD
1
11
PD
2
ES-4.5A
D102
4
10
PD
5
10
PD
D103
(TYP.)
D104
7
10
PD
8
10
PD
D105
D100
2
10
PD
6
6
14
6
PD173
PD174
D50
D148
PD167
PD170
3
9
11
D133
PD175
D135
D145
8
8
14
PD
7
14
PD
D134
D130
5
14
PD
4
14
PD
D132
PD169
2
14
PD
7
PD168
D152
PD165
6
2
D146
6
2
5
5
D182
D139
D181
D183
4
15
PD
3
15
PD
D138
D184
1
15
PD
D137
0
15
PD
D136
BUILDING 4
D108
3
11
PD
4
11
PD
D109
2
1
ES-4.5A
PD166
8
2
PD161
PD
13
9
D141
D163
7
15
PD
6
15
PD
D140
D143
6
9
15
PD
D142
D188
1
19
PD
PD187
PD193
6
PD192
C166
CD167
C168
CD168
CD166
C167
8
8
8
C155
C158
PC193
PC188
PC187
PC192
(TYP.)
ES.4.4A
2
8
PC191
PC
15
9
C143
PC
15
6
C162
C163
PC
15
7
C154
C156
C160
C142
C141
C153
PC181
PC183
6
C140 PC
15
4
PC
15
3
C139
6
6
C184
C145
ES.4.4A
1
PC167
C130
C175
C174
8
15
9
8
PC
10
2
PC165
C102
C103
PC
10
5
PC
10
4
10
10
C105
PC
10
8
PC
10
7
C104
C100
PC166
3
13
PC
C125
4
13
PC
C126
C115
6
13
PC
C127
7
13
PC
C128
12
9
13
PC
PC161
C148
PC173
PC170
8
C147
PC169
4
8
PC168
8
PC
14
2
C106
C107
PC
11
1
PC
11
0
4
0
13
PC
C123
1
13
PC
C124
3
BUILDING 3
C138 PC
15
1
PC
15
0
C137
C132
PC
14
4
C133
C134 PC
14
5
PC
14
7
C135
C136 PC
14
8
C108
C109
PC
11
4
PC
11
3
7
12
PC
C121
8
12
PC
C122
C110
C111
PC
11
7
PC
11
6
8
C117
PC
11
9
C113
PC163
2
12
PC
C118
C112
PC162
4
12
PC
C119
5
12
PC
C120
C164
6
M101
M101
M102
B164
B163A
4
7
M102
B113
B149
B117
B112
9
11
PB
7
PB
12
2
B118
PB
12
5
B111
7
B110
6
11
PB
7
11
PB
PB162
PB
12
4
B119
B120
B109
4
11
PB
B108
3
11
PB
PB
12
8
PB
12
7
B121
B122
B106
B102
4
10
PB
5
10
PB
B103
(TYP.)
B104
7
10
PB
ES-4.5A
2
B105
8
10
PB
B100
PB166
ES-4.3A
1
9
B128
PB
13
7
PB
13
6
B127
B115
B126
PB
13
4
PB
13
3
B125
7
10
15
7
7
PB174
B150
PB175
10
12
B133
B145
PB167
B135
9
8
14
PB
7
14
PB
B134
B130
5
14
PB
4
14
PB
B132
PB169
8
2
14
PB
PB70
PB148
PB161
7
B147
PB173
PB165
2
10
PB
7
PB
13
9
6
1
15
PB
6
6
B176
6
B183
B163
B162
5
B153
B141
B154
7
6
B188
PB187
B155
B189
7
1
19
PB
B158
D143
9
15
PB
B142
B160
7
15
PB
6
15
PB
B140
B156
B139
4
15
PB
3
15
PB
B138
B184
B137
0
15
PB
B136
BUILDING 2
B107
1
11
PB
0
11
PB
PB
13
1
PB
13
0
B123
B124
PB193
PA193
6
6
AB167
AB167
AB168
AB168
6
A155
A158
6
PA156
A154
A156
A162
A163
PA157
A160
A142
PA159
A143
PA188
PA191
PA187
(TYP.)
PA192
ES.4.2A
AB166
AB166
AB165
7
B192
6
2
A141
5
A184
5
A183
5
A134
PA148
A145
A130
PA147
A135
9
PA167
6
6
PA169
6
6
PA173
PA170
6
9
2
PA102
6
1
A127
A102
A103
PA104
PA105
PA166
A125
A104
PA108
A105
PA107
A100
8
PA133
PA134
A126
A115
PA136
PA137
A128
ES.4.2A
PA139
PA165
A148
A147
PA161
PA168
2
PA142
PA173
A150
7
6
A132
PA144
A133
PA145
A123
8
PA111
A106
A107
PA110
2
PA130
PA131
A124
6
BUILDING 1
PA150
PA151
A181
PA153
PA154
A153
A140
A139
A138
A137
A136
6
A121
A108
A109
PA113
PA114
PA127
PA128
A122
RUN A CAT6 CABLE WITH A CONDUIT BETWEEN EQUIPMENT CABINET #3 (FOR UNIT 3) AND
EQUIPMENT CABINET #4 (FOR UNIT 4). CONNECT TWO CONTROL SYSTEMS IN EACH
EQUIPMENT CABINET TOGETHER VIA A NETWORK SWITCH.
A CALL FROM SERVICE DOOR INTERCOM STATION (FOR UNIT 1 AND 2) SHOULD BE
PROGRAMMED IN SUCH A WAY THAT BOTH MAIN CONTROL STATIONS IN UNIT 1 AND UNIT 2
CAN ANSWER THE CALL.
A CALL FROM SERVICE DOOR INTERCOM STATION (FOR UNIT 3 AND 4) SHOULD BE
PROGRAMMED IN SUCH A WAY THAT BOTH MAIN CONTROL STATIONS IN UNIT 3 AND UNIT 4
CAN ANSWER THE CALL.
INCLUDE AN ADDITIONAL 50% OF THE TOTAL QUANTITY OF PUSH SWITCHES AND BUTTONS,
LEDS, KEY SWITCHES WITH BID, AND TURN THEM OVER TO OWNERS AS SPARE PARTS FOR
FUTURE USE.
PROVIDE THE OWNERS REPRESENTATIVE WITH A COPY OF THE CRESTRON
PROGRAMMING CODE UPON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT.
ALL NEW RELAYS, ROCKER SWITCHES, LED'S, PUSH BUTTONS, ROTARY SWITCHES, FUSES
AND KEY SWITCHES SHALL BE WIRED USING QUICK CONNECTORS. NO SOLDERED
CONNECTION ARE ALLOWED.
ALL LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEM WIRING IS SCHEMATIC. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY THE
EXACT ROUTING AND LOCATIONS OF PENETRATIONS IN THE FIELD PRIOR TO ROUTING
CONDUIT AND CABLES.
WINNING CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO CONTACT THE OWNERS REPRESENTATIVES
AND SCHEDULE THEIR WORKING HOURS. ALL WORK TO BE DONE IN EVENING AND NIGHT
TIMES TO MINIMIZE CONTROL SYSTEM DOWN TIMES.
INSTALL ADEQUATE NUMBERS OF MICROPHONE CABLES, SPEAKER CABLES, RELAY CABLES
AND LED CABLES BETWEEN THE EQUIPMENT CABINET AND CONTROL PANELS 1, 2A, 2B AND
3 TO COMPLETE NEW SYSTEM INSTALLATIONS.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
PA117
PA163
A110
A111
A113
PA119
6
PA122
A112
PA121
PA162
PA116
6
PA124
PA125
7
RUN A CAT6 CABLE WITH A CONDUIT BETWEEN EQUIPMENT CABINET #1 (FOR UNIT 1) AND
EQUIPMENT CABINET #2 (FOR UNIT 2). CONNECT TWO CONTROL SYSTEMS IN EACH
EQUIPMENT CABINET TOGETHER VIA A NETWORK SWITCH.
7.
A164
VERIFY SPECIFIED MICROPHONES WILL FIT THE EXISTING BOXES PRIOR TO ORDERING THE
MICROPHONES.
6.
5
VERIFY SPECIFIED SPEAKERS WILL FIT THE EXISTING SPEAKER ENCLOSURES AND
GRILLES PRIOR TO ORDERING THE SPEAKERS. PROVIDE SPEAKER ADAPTERS TO
COMPLETE INSTALLATION IF NECESSARY.
5.
A117
CONTRACTS ARE REQUIRED TO VISIT THE JOBSITE, DOCUMENT AND PRICE THE
CONSTRUCTION COSTS FOR ALL 4 UNITS BEFORE SUBMIT THE FINAL BID.
4.
A118
THE OQUIRRL BUILDING CONSISTS OF 4 UNITS: 1, 2, 3 AND 4. THEY HAVE SAME INTERCOM
SYSTEMS. ONLY THE UNIT 1 AND ASSOCIATED WORK ARE SHOWN IN THE DRAWINGS. THE
SCOPE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO UPGRADE INTERCOM SYSTEMS FOR ALL 4 UNITS.
3.
A119
ALL AUDIO CABLES AND INTERCOM CABLES MUST BE INSTALLED IN CONDUITS. REUSE
EXISTING CONDUITS WHERE IT IS POSSIBLE AND INSTALL NEW CONDUITS WHERE
REQUIRED.
2.
A120
NO CHANGES SHALL BE MADE WITHOUT THE AV CONSULTANT'S WRITTEN CONSENT.
1.
GENERAL NOTES:
C
D
E
F
JiLu
JO
PROJECT NO.:
EG031
OQUIRRH HOUSING
UNITS 1,2,3 & 4
KEY MAP AND
GENERAL NOTES
ENVISION PROJECT NO.:
1330410
14-003
CHECKED BY:
JW/GSN
APRIL 21, 2014
DESIGNED BY:
DRAWN BY:
CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
REVISIONS
DATE:
DATE
ISSUE:
NO.
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A
D112
9
11
PD
PD162
D115
D128
PD
13
7
PD
13
6
D127
5
A
D113
PD
12
5
PD
12
4
PD
12
8
PD
12
7
PD
13
0
PD
13
1
D126
PD
13
4
PD
13
3
D125
4
B
1
5
PD164
PD
12
2
PD163
D117
D118
D119
D120
D121
D122
D123
D124
3
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C
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B
C
D
G
F
E
1
IC
S
2
D
2
3
TYP.
UP
C
1
TYP.
2
IC
2
S
TYP.
IC
TYP.
IC
MIC
3
3
OQUIRRH LEVEL 1 UNIT 1 DEMO
3
S
IC
S
IC
6100A
IC
UP
S
IC
MIC
2
TYP.
IC
IC S
2
ETD131
TYP.
5
3
4
3
TYP.
4
UP
3
3
TYP.
5
5
2
11
X
D
2
6
ETD131
6
IC
S
EXISTING RACEWAYS MAY BE REUSED, IF IN PLACE, WHERE POSSIBLE, AND WHERE IN
COMPLIANCE WITH THE SPECIFICATIONS AND THE INTENT OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.
UPGRADE AND OR PROVIDE NEW CONDUIT SUPPORTS WHERE NECESSARY FOR ALL
RACEWAYS BEING REUSED. ENSURE INTEGRITY OF EXISTING RACEWAYS BEFORE REUSE.
DO NOT PENETRATE STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS OF FLOORS, WALLS, CEILINGS, ROOFS, ETC.
COORDINATE WITH OWNER WHAT EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE DISPOSED OF AND WHAT
EQUIPMENT IS TO BE RETURNED TO OWNER.
1.2
1.3
1.4
MIC
MIC
3
1
1
3
DISCONNECT, REMOVE AND RETURN SPEAKERS TO THE OWNERS. EXISTING SPEAKER
ENCLOSURES AND GRILLES TO REMAIN IN PLACE FOR REUSE. REMOVE CABLING
ASSOCIATED WITH SPEAKERS BACK TO EXISTING AMPLIFIERS COMPLETELY.
3.
SCALE:
1/4" = 1'-0"
7
X
3
4
100
DISCONNECT, REMOVE AND RETURN EXISTING INTERCOM STATION TO THE OWNERS
REPRESENTATIVE. REMOVE CABLING ASSOCIATED WITH IT BACK TO THE EXISTING
EQUIPMENT RACK COMPLETELY.
2.
C
DISCONNECT, REMOVE AND RETURN MICROPHONE TO THE OWNER REPRESENTATIVE. REMOVE
CABLING ASSOCIATED WITH THIS MICROPHONE ONLY BACK TO THE EQUIPMENT RACK
COMPLETELY.
1.
KEYED NOTES:
REMOVE AND DISPOSE OF ALL RACEWAYS, BOXES, DEVICES, EQUIPMENT, ETC. THAT ARE NOT
TO BE REUSED.
1.1
ENLARGED OQUIRRH CONTROL ROOM DEMO
S
IC
IC
IC
7
1. UNLESS SPECIFICALLY NOTED OTHERWISE, REMOVE ALL ELECTRICAL ITEMS SHOWN IN DARK & DASHED
LINES. LIGHT & SOLID ITEMS ARE TO REMAIN. DEMOLITION ITEMS ARE SHOWN TO GIVE A BASIC
DESCRIPTION OF THE EXTENT OF DEMOLITION WORK, BUT MAY NOT BE INCLUSIVE. PROVIDE
DEMOLITION WORK IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:
GENERAL DEMOLITION NOTES:
IC
B
4
A
B
C
D
E
F
JO
ETD131
OQUIRRH HOUSING
UNITS 1,2,3 & 4
GRADE LEVEL
DEMOLITION PLANS
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E
2
S
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A
B
C
D
1
G
F
E
2
2
D
DN
C
3
1
3
OQUIRRH LEVEL 2 UNIT 1 DEMO
B
1
TYP.
1
TYP.
100
A
6
A
ETD132
4
4
DN
5
1
TYP.
4
DN
5
5
TYP.
1
3
2
6
1
6
1X
DO NOT PENETRATE STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS OF FLOORS, WALLS, CEILINGS, ROOFS, ETC.
1.3
A
NTS
7
DEMO INTERCOM RACKS - TYPICAL (3RD
LEVEL)
EXISTING RACK
EXISTING
CONDUIT (TYP)
EXISTING
JUNCTION BOX
EXISTING
CONDUIT (TYP)
2
EXISTING RACK
REMOVE ALL EXISTING INTERCOM EQUIPMENT WITHIN RACK AND THE EXISTING RACK. RETURN
THEM TO THE OWNERS.
2.
WALL
DISCONNECT, REMOVE, AND RETURN SPEAKERS TO THE OWNERS REPRESENTATIVE. REMOVE
CABLING ASSOCIATED WITH SPEAKERS BACK TO EXISTING AMPLIFIERS COMPLETELY.
1.
KEYED NOTES:
COORDINATE WITH OWNER WHAT EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE DISPOSED OF AND WHAT
EQUIPMENT IS TO BE RETURNED TO OWNER.
EXISTING RACEWAYS MAY BE REUSED, IF IN PLACE, WHERE POSSIBLE, AND WHERE IN
COMPLIANCE WITH THE SPECIFICATIONS AND THE INTENT OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.
UPGRADE AND OR PROVIDE NEW CONDUIT SUPPORTS WHERE NECESSARY FOR ALL
RACEWAYS BEING REUSED. ENSURE INTEGRITY OF EXISTING RACEWAYS BEFORE REUSE.
1.2
1.4
REMOVE AND DISPOSE OF ALL RACEWAYS, BOXES, DEVICES, EQUIPMENT, ETC. THAT ARE NOT
TO BE REUSED.
1.1
1. UNLESS SPECIFICALLY NOTED OTHERWISE, REMOVE ALL ELECTRICAL ITEMS SHOWN IN DARK & DASHED
LINES. LIGHT & SOLID ITEMS ARE TO REMAIN. DEMOLITION ITEMS ARE SHOWN TO GIVE A BASIC
DESCRIPTION OF THE EXTENT OF DEMOLITION WORK, BUT MAY NOT BE INCLUSIVE. PROVIDE
DEMOLITION WORK IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:
7
A
B
C
D
E
F
JO
ETD132
OQUIRRH HOUSING
UNITS 1,2,3 & 4
MEZZANINE LEVEL
DEMOLITION PLANS
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B
C
D
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
3
4
1
2
INTERCOM
DAYROOM
DOOR
DAY
ROOM
VOLUME
PUSH
TO
TALK
5
LED PANEL
MIC
5
LAMP
TEST
CLOSE
PUSH
TO
TALK
2
PANEL 2A
OPEN
INTERCOM
2
MIC
PUSH
TO
TALK
PUSH
TO
TALK
DAY ROOM
CLOSE
3
3
OQUIRRH PANEL 3 DEMO
OPEN
OFF CLOSED OPEN
PUSH
TO
TALK
OQUIRRH PANEL 2 DEMO
PANEL 2B
INTERCOM
SALLYPORT
FRONT
DOOR
SERVICE
DOOR
VOLUME
1
OFF
3
4
1
4
LED PANEL
OPEN
6
1
LAMP
TEST
CONTROL ROOM
OUTSIDE ENTRY
CLOSE
INTERCOM
PUSH
TO
TALK
LED PANEL
MIC
LAMP
TEST
CLOSE
PUSH
TO
TALK
INTERCOM
DAYROOM
DOOR
DAY
ROOM
VOLUME
4
PUSH
TO
TALK
LED PANEL
MIC
1
LAMP
TEST
PANEL 3
HANDS FREE
MIC
CLOSE
PUSH
TO
TALK
5''
OPEN
PANEL 1
3
2
7
REINSTALL PANELS BEING REUSED BACK IN PLACE.
4.
11''
RELABEL ALL WIRES AND CONNECTORS ON BOTH WIRE AND PANEL SIDES, AND THEN
DISCONNECT ALL WIRES AND DEVICES FROM THE PANEL. CUT THE PANEL ALONG THE
DASHED LINE AND REFINISH THE CUTTING EDGES.
3.
2
EXISTING PART OF THE PANEL IS TO BE REPLACED.
2.
OPEN
EXISTING PART OF THE PANEL IS TO REMAIN FOR REUSE.
1.
7
A
B
C
D
E
F
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KEYED NOTES:
OQUIRRH PANEL 1 DEMO
CONTROL ROOM
INTERCOM
ON
DAY
ROOM
VOLUME
DAYROOM
DOOR
CONTROL PANELS
EMERGENCY
SHUT DOWN
3
4
1
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B
C
D
G
F
E
1
AB166
ROOM
AB165
ROOM
IC
S
A163
CLOSET
C183
CLOSET
A158-2
ROOM-2
A144
CLOSET
IC(2)
A155
ROOM
C182
CLOSET
A143
CELL
A142
CELL
A154
ROOM
A156
HALL
A160
A162
HALL
ROOM
A163
ROOM
A141
CELL
D
2
A140
CELL
A153
ROOM
A158-1
ROOM-1
A139
CELL
S
UP
A138
CELL
C
A137
CELL
S
A135
CELL
S
S
TO EQUIPMENT
CABINET
1
A136
CELL
IC
S
S
S
A134
CELL
A130
DAYROOM
A133
CELL
S
S
S
IC
3
A150
A132
CELL
2
ROOM
A145
IC
ROOM
S
B
S
S
IC
A164
A129
SHOWER
IC
S
A173
ENTRY
A101-1
IC
SHOWER-1
A172
CONTROL ROOM
TO EQUIPMENT
CABINET
1
SHOWER
6100A
UP
S
IC
A148
CORRIDOR
OQUIRRH LEVEL 1 UNIT 1
IC
S
IC
A128
CELL
A102
CELL
1
ET131
IC S
5
A127
A103
CELL
S
CELL
S
A126
CELL
A104
4
CELL
A105
CELL
DAYROOM
A100
DAYROOM
A125
CELL
A115
4
S
A124
A106
S
CELL
CELL
A107
CELL
A123
CELL
A122
CELL
4
A108
CELL
UP
A109
S
CELL
A121
CELL
S
A110
CELL
A120
CELL
A111
CELL
A119
CELL
3
A112
CELL
A118
CELL
5
A113
CELL
A164A
CLOSET
A164
HALL
A1164B
CLOSET
A117
CELL
5
2
11
X
D
IC
IC
A148
ET131
1
CORRIDOR
IC(2)
IC
S
IC(4)
A173
ENTRY
M
S
3
ET133
MIC
M
S
IC(2)
MIC
1
ET133
CONTROL ROOM
A172
TO EQUIPMENT
CABINET
1
4
ET133
6
SCALE:
1/4" = 1'-0"
TYPICAL ENLARGED CONTROL ROOM
S
IC
IC
IC
IC
6
S
IC(4)
IC
7
C
7
IC
X
3
4
100
A
B
C
D
E
F
JO
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OQUIRRH HOUSING
UNITS 1,2,3 & 4
GRADE LEVEL
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S
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A
B
C
D
1
G
F
E
AB200
ROOM
2
2
A245
SHOWER
A243
CELL
A242
CELL
A241
CELL
D
A240
CELL
A239
CELL
DN
A238
CELL
C
A237
CELL
3
3
S
A236
CELL
A235
CELL
S
A234
CELL
1
A233
CELL
S
A247
S
A232
CELL
A230
BALCONY
A231
SHOWER
B
A101-2
ET132
4
SHOWER-2
1
A230
SHOWER
OQUIRRH LEVEL 2 UNIT 1
ELECTRONICS ROOM
S
B
100
A
6
4
A200
BALCONY
S
A202
CELL
DN
S
S
A228
CELL
S
5
S
S
A227
A203
CELL
CELL
A204
S
CELL
A226
CELL
S
A225
A205
CELL
S
CELL
A223
A206
CELL
S
A207
CELL
CELL
TO EQUIPMENT
CABINET
A224
CELL
S
A208
CELL
A222
CELL
4
5
DN
5
A209
CELL
S
A221
CELL
A215
A210
CELL
BALCONY
A220
CELL
A211
CELL
A219
CELL
3
A212
CELL
A218
CELL
A213
CELL
A217
CELL
A215
A216
SHOWER
SHOWER
6
2
6
1
1X
B
EXISTING
CONDUIT (TYP)
EXISTING
JUNCTION BOX
NTS
7
NEW EQUIPMENT CABINET (ON THE 3RD
LEVEL) - TYPICAL
WALL
7
EXISTING
CONDUIT (TYP)
NEW 6''
GUTTER
RELOCATE EXISTING POWER
OUTLET AND GROUNDING CABLE
TO INSIDE OF NEW CABINET.
NEW EQUIPMENT
CABINET
EXISTING
CONDUIT (TYP)
A
B
C
D
E
F
JO
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B
C
D
1
5
DAYROOM BUTTON, MAINTAINED, PUSH ON, PUSH OFF.
WHITE
RED LED.
ROTARY SWITCH, MAINTAINED, BLACK.
GREEN LED.
RED LED.
KEY SWITCH, MAINTAINED, BLACK.
LAMP TEST BUTTON, MOMENTARY, BLACK.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
OQUIRRH CONTROL PANEL DETAIL, TYPICAL
PUSH TO TALK BUTTON, MOMENTARY, YELLOW.
DETAIL NOTES:
1.
2
2
7
3
3
POWER
INTERCOM
DAYROOM DOOR
DAY
ROOM
VOLUME
PUSH
TO
TALK
6-3/8''
2
LAMP
TEST
PANEL 3
CLOSE OPEN
TYP.
PUSH
TO
TALK
MIC
1
5
8
4
6
5
TYP.
14''
3
3
2
POWER
INTERCOM
DAYROOM DOOR
OQUIRRH CONTROL PANEL 2A
14''
DAY
ROOM
VOLUME
2
PUSH
TO
TALK
6-3/8''
TYP
PUSH
TO
TALK
MIC
4
LAMP
TEST
PANEL 2A
CLOSE OPEN
4
4
PANEL 2B
14''
INTERCOM
SALLY PORT
INTERCOM
FRONT DOOR
DAY
ROOM
3
2
PUSH
TO
TALK
PUSH
TO
TALK
6-3/8''
POWER
INTERCOM
DAYROOM DOOR
DAY
ROOM
VOLUME
PUSH
TO
TALK
6-3/8''
CLOSE OPEN
CLOSE OPEN
SERVICE
DOOR
PUSH
TO
TALK
MIC
OQUIRRH CONTROL PANEL 3
14''
7
PUSH
TO
TALK
TYP.
LAMP
TEST
CLOSE OPEN
PUSH
TO
TALK
MIC
PANEL 1
LAMP
TEST
PANEL 3
5
CLOSE OPEN
PUSH
TO
TALK
MIC
OQUIRRH CONTROL PANEL 1
VOLUME
1
POWER
INTERCOM
DAYROOM DOOR
DAY
ROOM
VOLUME
OQUIRRH CONTROL PANEL 2B
14''
TYP.
1
6-3/8''
5
TYP.
TYP.
OFF
OPEN
6
LED PANEL
CLOSE
CONTROL ROOM
OUTSIDE ENTRY
ON
CONTROL ROOM
INTERCOM
LAMP
TEST
CONTROL PANELS
EMERGENCY
SHUT DOWN
3
5
ON
PUSH
TO
TALK
OFF
CONTROL ROOM
INTERCOM
5''
MIC
6
11''
6
ENABLE / DISABLE THE BUTTONS AND LEDS ON THE PANEL.
POWER UP / DOWN THE DEVICES ON THE EXISTING PORTION OF THE PANEL.
B.
C.
7
POWER UP / DOWN THE INTERCOM AMPLIFIER BEING CONTROLLED BY THE PANEL.
A.
THE KEY SWITCH ON A CONTROL PANEL SHALL:
BLANK OFF THE EXISTING CONTROL ROOM INTERCOM BUTTON.
5.
EXISTING DEVICES TO BE REPLACED WITH NEW ONES.
REPAIR OR REPLACE THE BROKEN BUTTON.
7.
MATCH NEW LED VOLTAGE TO EXISTING POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE.
4.
6.
IMPRINT ALL LETTERS AND NUMBERS SHOWN ON DRAWING ONTO PANELS AND BUTTONS.
3.
VERIFY PANEL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD PRIOR TO MANFACTURING.
2.
1.
A
B
C
D
E
F
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A/R
PS24-50A
PS24-20
PS-RK
BELDEN
LIBERTY
WEST PENN
WEST PENN
ATLAS
ATLAS
ATLAS
SPEAKER CABLE FOR PANEL SPEAKER
RELAY CABLE, 6 CONDUCTORS
POWERE SUPPLY, 24 VDC, 5A
POWERE SUPPLY, 24 VDC, 2A
RACK MOUNT SHELF, 3RU
CUSTOM
5
6
7
A
A/R
E
A
A/R = AS REQUIRED
RACK KIT
A/R
A/R
ST-PC
A/R
POWER MODULE
CRESTRON
A/R
ST-IO
CRESTRON
IO MODULE
RACK KIT
A/R
SOLUS 4
SYMETRIX
DSP
A/R
LV-50S-RM
LOWELL
A/R
PANEL VOLUME CONTROL
A/R
SEE SHEET ET133
CEN-SW-POE-5
CRESTRON
NETWORK SWITCH, 5 PORTS
CUSTOM
C3RY-16
CRESTRON
CONTROL PANEL 1, 2A, 2B AND 3
A/R
C3IO-16
CRESTRON
A/R
CAGE 3
CRESTRON
RELAY CARD
AV3
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
IO CARD
CRESTRON
AML21EBA2CD
AML21BBA2CC
AML26FBF2AA01RX
A/R
CARD CAGE
CONTROLLER, 8X8
BUTTON
HONEYWELL
HONEYWELL
HONEYWELL
AML21BBA2AC
A/R
B
1
A/R
A/R
INTERCOM BUTTON, MAINTAINED, WHITE COVER
BUTTON
LAMP TEST BUTTON, MOMENTARY, BLACK
ROCKER OPERATOR, WHITE
ROCKER SWITCH, CONTROL ROOM INTERCOM
HONEYWELL
AML42SBP8
ZB4BD3
F
B
A/R = AS REQUIRED
3. INSTALL PLENUM CABLES WHERE SUCH CABLES ARE REQUIRED.
WHERE CABLE IS RUN EXPOSED, SUCH AS IN CEILING PLENUMS, CABLETRAYS, CHASES, OR BELOW ACCESSIBLE FLOORS,
THE AV CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR VERIFYING WHICH LOCATIONS DO OR DO NOT REQUIRE PLENUM CABLE.
UPS-2200R-8
2.
MIDDLE ATLANTIC
6'' GUTTER
THE NUMBER IN PARAENTHESES OF CABLE SYMBOL INDICATES # OF CABLE IF MORE THAN ONE.
1.
UPS
FURMAN
POWER CONDITIONER
PL-PRO C
A/R
PDT-615C-NS
A/R
A/R
FD-24 BOX
MIDDLE ATLANTIC
DWR-24-26
A/R
POWER STRIP
EXISTING BOX
DOOR
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SPEAKER, EXISTING LOCATION
INTERCOM STATION, EXISTING LOCATION
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SPEAKER, EXISTING LOCATION
HONEYWELL
TELEMACHANIQUE
A/R
A/R
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2191QU7-24V
2191QU5-24V
TELEMACHANIQUE
CHICAGO MINIATURE
CHICAGO MINIATURE
LED, GREEN
LED, YELLOW
A/R
2191QU1-24V
CHICAGO MINIATURE
LED, RED
A/R
A/R
A/R
EXTRON
RACK MOUNT KIT
HM-1-SUB
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ATLAS
SPEAKER, 8", FOR HIGH CEILING
TECH WORKS
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A/R
A/R
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MIC
TECH WORKS
RACK MOUNT KIT
MICROPHONE, EXISTING LOCATION
2-GANG BOX
1392A
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2412
24-4P-L6-EN-XX
4246
A/R
A/R
A/R
ATLAS
E-SWITCH
ICA-202D
CALL STATION
BUTTON
TECH WORKS
A/R
A/R
A/R
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MIDDLE ATLANTIC
PANEL POWER KEY SWITCH, MAINTAINED
A/R
5000UE
12-2C-XX
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BELDEN
LIBERTY
WEST PENN
IC S
AX-LINK OR CRESNET CABLE
A/R
CAT 6 CABLE
5500FE
22-2C-SH-XX
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BELDEN
LIBERTY
WEST PENN
MICROPHONE CABLE
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A/R
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LIBERTY
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PANEL MICROPHONE
MANUFACTURER
AV EQUIPMENT LIST (OQUIRRH BLDG)
DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER CABLE FOR 70V
MIC CLG
SYMBOL
A/R
QTY
355
MODEL NUMBER
WEST PENN
MANUFACTURERS
INTERCOM CABLE
DESCRIPTION
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OQUIRRH HOUSING
UNITS EQUIPMENT
SCHEDULES
ENVISION PROJECT NO.:
1330410
14-003
CHECKED BY:
JW/GSN
APRIL 21, 2014
DESIGNED BY:
DRAWN BY:
CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
REVISIONS
DATE:
DATE
ISSUE:
NO.
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P (801) 534-1130
F (801) 534-1080
240 E. MORRIS AVE. SUITE 200
SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84115
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PANEL MIC CLG
ST-IO
4X8
DAY ROOM DOOR
2
DAY ROOM LOW CEILING
SPEAKERS (TYP 8)
120V
AMP #1
TO EXISTING PANEL POWER (ON/OFF)
3
KEY
SWITCH
PUSH TO
TALK
KEY
SWITCH
120V AC
LAMP
TEST
POWER
SUPPLY
INTERCOM
4
LED
POWER
SUPPLY
LED
LED
2W
8W
120V AC
INTERCOM BUTTON
DAY ROOM BUTTON
KEY SWITCH
DAY ROOM LOW CEILING
SPEAKERS (TYP 8)
DAY ROOM HIGH CEILING
SPEAKERS (TYP 2)
CONTROL ROOM
INTERCOM BUTTON
8W
SALLYPORT
8W
DAY ROOM BUTTON
PANEL #2A RISER FOR UNIT 1
CONTROL
SYSTEM
AMP #1
8W
KEY SWITCH
DAY ROOM DOOR
FROM NETWORK SWITCH
DSP
CONTROL ROOM INTERCOM SYSTEM, TYPICAL
CONTROL ROOM PANEL MIC
SALLYPORT MIC
SALLYPORT MIC
AMP #1
LED
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TALK
INTERCOM AMP
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CALL STATION I DETAILS
MOMENTARY
PUSHBUTTON
LED
V
RM SPKR
LED
DAY ROOM
PANEL SPEAKER
PANEL MIC CLG
(4.05)
LAMP
TEST
PUSH TO
TALK
INTERCOM
PUSH TO
TALK
PANEL #1 RISER FOR UNIT 1
(ON/OFF)
2W
DAY ROOM HIGH CEILING
SPEAKERS (TYP 2)
POWER
SUPPLY
SALLYPORT
CONTROL
SYSTEM
AMP #1
ADDITIONAL
RELAYS AS
REQUIRED
ADDITIONAL
RELAYS AS
REQUIRED
8W
CONTROL ROOM INTERCOM BUTTON
RELAYS TO
PANEL 1-3
LED
2 RELAYS TO
PANEL RISER
8 RELAYS TO PANEL
RISER
DAY ROOM DOOR
1
ADDITIONAL IO
AS REQUIRED
ADDITIONAL IO
AS REQUIRED
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4X8
ST-IO
4X8
ST-IO
4X8
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RISER
SALLYPORT
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ACTIVE
DAY ROOM DOOR
DAY ROOM
PANEL SPEAKER
PUSH TO
TALK
ADDITIONAL IO
AS REQUIRED
CONTROL ROOM
INTERCOM
ON/OFF
12 IO TO PANEL 2B
RISER
CONTROL SYSTEM RISER, TYPICAL
INTERCOM AMPLIFIER
INTERCOM AMPLIFIER
INTERCOM AMP
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LAMP
TEST
PUSH TO
TALK
INTERCOM
PUSH TO
TALK
DAY ROOM
PANEL SPEAKER
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EXISTING
KEY SWITCH
FROM EXISTING
LAMP TEST BUTTON
PUSH TO
TALK
SALLYPORT
PUSH TO
TALK
FRONT
DOOR
PUSH TO
TALK
DAY ROOM
SERVICE
DOOR
PANEL MIC CLG
SALLYPORT
SALLYPORT
FRONT DOOR
SERVICE DOOR
DAY ROOM DOOR
PANEL MIC CLG
PANEL SPEAKER
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CONTROL
SYSTEM
SHUT OFF
CALL SW
ACTIVE
RM SPKR
INTERCOM AMP
RM SPKR
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PANEL #3 RISER FOR UNIT 1
CONTROL
SYSTEM
TO EXISTING PANEL POWER (ON/OFF)
TO EXISTING PANEL POWER
(ON/OFF)
PANEL #2B RISER FOR UNIT 1
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INTERCOM AMP
OP SPKR
F
OP MIC
8 IO TO PANEL 1
RISER
5
OP SPKR
4
CALL SW
8 RELAYS TO PANEL 1
RISER
LINE OUT
LINE OUT
ACTIVE
TO UNIT #2 CRESTRON CONTROLLER
SHUT OFF
PTT SW
SHUT OFF
CONTROLLER
8X8
3
AMP #1
POWER
SUPPLY
LED
LED
LED
2W
8W
DAYROOM BUTTON
FRONT DOOR BUTTON
SALLYPORT BUTTON
LED
LED
7
120V AC
INTERCOM BUTTON
DAY ROOM BUTTON
KEY SWITCH
DAY ROOM LOW CEILING
SPEAKERS (TYP 8)
DAY ROOM HIGH CEILING
SPEAKERS (TYP 2)
120V AC
SERVICE DOOR BUTTON
LED
POWER
SUPPLY
KEY SWITCH
LED
DAY ROOM LOW CEILING
SPEAKERS (TYP 8)
LED
2W
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ENVISION PROJECT NO.:
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14-003
CHECKED BY:
JW/GSN
APRIL 21, 2014
DESIGNED BY:
DRAWN BY:
CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
REVISIONS
DATE:
DATE
ISSUE:
NO.
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P (801) 534-1130
F (801) 534-1080
240 E. MORRIS AVE. SUITE 200
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ITEM
SECTION
ELECTRICAL GENERAL PROVISIONS
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS FOR EQUIPMENT
ELECTRICAL SUPPORTS AND SEISMIC RESTRAINTS
ELECTRICAL DEMOLITION
CONDUIT RACEWAYS
CONDUCTORS AND CABLES
ELECTRICAL BOXES AND FITTINGS
OVERCURRENT PROTECTIVE DEVICES
GROUNDING
GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR COMMUNICATIONS
PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEMS
INTERCOMMUNICATIONS AND PROGRAM SYSTEMS
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260070
260072
260080
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260120
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275123
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SECTION 260001 – ELECTRICAL GENERAL PROVISIONS
PART 1 – GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS:
A.
Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions
and Division-1 Specification sections, apply to work of this section.
B.
Architectural, Structural, Mechanical and other applicable documents also apply to work of this
section.
1.2
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
A.
1.3
The contract documents indicate the extent of electrical work. Provide all labor, materials,
equipment, supervision and service necessary for a complete electrical system as described in
divisions 26, 27, and 28.
RELATED SECTIONS:
A.
Other Divisions relating to electrical work apply to the work of this section. See other applicable
Divisions including, but not necessarily limited to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
1.4
Division 1 – General and Supplementary Conditions
Division 2 – Existing Conditions
Division 3 – Concrete
Division 5 – Metals
Division 6 – Wood, Plastics, and Composites
Division 7 – Thermal and Moisture Protection
Division 8 – Openings
Division 9 – Finishes
Division 21 – Fire Suppression
Division 22 – Plumbing
Division 23 – Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning
Division 27 – Communications
Division 28 – Electronic Safety and Security
INTERPRETATIONS OF DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS:
A.
Prior to bidding the job, submit requests for clarification in writing to the Architect/Engineer prior
to issuance of the final addendum.
B.
After signing the contract, provide all materials, labor, and equipment to meet the intent,
purpose, and function of the contract documents.
C.
The following terms used in Division 26, 27, and 28 documents are defined as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
"Provide" - Means furnish, install, and connect, unless otherwise indicated.
"Furnish" - Means purchase new and deliver in operating order to project site.
"Install" - Means to physically install the items in-place.
"Connect" - Means make final electrical connections for a complete operating piece of
equipment. This includes providing conduit, wire, terminations, etc. as applicable.
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"Or Equivalent" - Means to provide equivalent equipment. Such equipment must be
approved by the Engineer prior to bidding.
EXAMINATION OF SITE:
A.
Visit the site and verify existing field conditions prior to submitting bid.
B.
All costs arising from site conditions and/or preparation shall be included in the base bid. No
additional charges will be allowed due to inadequate site inspection.
1.6
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
Perform work in accordance with all governing codes, rules, and regulations including the
following minimum codes (latest editions or as otherwise accepted by the Authorities Having
Jurisdiction):
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
B.
National Electric Code (NEC)
International Building Code (IBC)
International Fire Code (IFC)
International Mechanical Code (IMC)
International Plumbing Code (IPC)
American Disability Act (ADA)
National Electrical Safety Code (NESC)
Local Codes and Ordinances
Comply with all standards where applicable for equipment and materials including the following
minimum standards:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Underwriter's Laboratories (UL)
American Society for testing Materials (ASTM)
Certified Ballast Manufacturers (CBM)
Insulated Cable Engineers Association (ICEA)
National Electrical Manufacturer's Institute (NEMA)
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
Electrical Testing Laboratories (ETL)
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
American Institute of Electrical Engineer's Electrical Power
Systems and Grounding in Commercial Construction
Illuminating Engineers Society (IES)
C.
Provide new electrical equipment conforming to all requirements as set forth in the above
standards. Provide UL labeled equipment where such label is applicable.
D.
Comply with all state and local codes and ordinances. When conflicts occur among codes,
standards, drawings, and/or specifications, the most stringent requirements shall govern.
E.
Obtain all permits, inspections, etc. required by authority having jurisdiction. Include all fees in
bid. Provide a certificate of approval to the owner's representative from the inspection authority
at completion of the work.
F.
Provide only first-class workmanship from competent workers, conforming to the best electrical
construction practices.
G.
The contractor shall have a current state contracting license applicable to type of work to be
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performed under this contract.
1.7
SUBMITTALS:
A.
The contractor shall submit complete shop drawings and other required submittals. Incomplete
submittals will be returned to the contractor unreviewed. No time extensions or cost increases
will be allowed for delays caused by the return of incomplete submittals.
B.
Shop Drawings: After the contract is awarded, but prior to manufacture or installation of any
equipment, submit eight (8) complete sets of shop drawings. Partially complete sets of shop
drawings are not acceptable. Submit all shop drawings in one complete submittal package.
Prior to submitting shop drawings, review and certify that they are in compliance with the
contract documents; Sign all approved shop drawings. Allow a minimum of two weeks for
architect/engineer to review shop drawings. Refer to architectural general provision section for
additional requirements.
C.
Provide equipment catalog “cut sheets”, brochures and/or drawings which clearly describe the
proposed equipment. Include plans, elevations, sections, isometrics, and detailed engineering
and dimensional information as applicable including equipment room layouts. Electrical room
layouts are required to show all electrical equipment locations for all projects that include
electrical rooms. Do not submit catalog sheets which describe several different items in
addition to those items to be used, unless all relevant information is clearly identified. Bind each
information set in three ring binder or binders of sufficient size or sizes to enclose all
information. Organize all information by section. Provide separate tabbed covers for each
section of Divisions 26, 27, and 28, indicating section number for each section requiring
submittals.
D.
Include on front cover of binder or binders the name and location of the project, architect,
electrical engineer, general contractor, electrical contractor, subcontractors, supplier/vendor,
order number, volume, date, and any other applicable information. Certify that shop drawings
are submitted in accordance with the contract documents with a written statement indicating
compliance. Submittals will be reviewed and comments produced two times maximum.
Additional reviews will be billed at current rates.
1.8
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS:
A.
Submit four (4) complete sets of operating instruction and maintenance manuals for all
equipment and materials provided under Divisions 26, 27, and 28.
B.
Provide manufacturer's recommended operating and maintenance instructions, cleaning and
servicing requirements, serial and model number of each piece of equipment, complete list of
replacement parts, performance curves and data, wiring diagrams, warranties, and vendor's
name, address, and phone numbers. Do not submit information which describes several
different items in addition to those items to be used, unless all relevant information is clearly
identified. Assemble all data in completely indexed volume or volumes. Engrave the job title,
and name, address, and phone numbers of the contractor on the front cover and on the spine.
Incomplete O&M manuals will be returned to the contractor for corrections / additions.
1.9
RECORD DRAWINGS:
A.
Maintain on a daily basis a complete set of "Red-Lined Drawings", reflecting an accurate record
of all work including addendums, revisions, and changes. Indicate precise dimensioned
locations of all concealed work and equipment, including concealed or embedded conduit,
junction boxes, etc. Record all "Red-Lined Drawing" information on a set of full sized prints of
the contract drawings.
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B.
Certify the "Red Lined Drawings" for correctness. Indicate on each drawing the name of the
general and electrical contractors with signatures of each representative responsible for the
work.
C.
The electrical engineering design firm will create record (as-built) drawings from the certified
red-lined drawings; however, the general and electrical contractors retain the responsibility for
the accuracy of the
1.10
WARRANTY:
A.
Ensure that the electrical system installed under this contract is in proper working order and in
compliance with drawings, specifications, and/or authorized changes and is free from electrical
defects. Without additional charge, replace or repair, to satisfaction of the owner's
representative, except from ordinary wear and tear, any part of the installation which may fail or
be determined unacceptable within a period of one (1) year after final acceptance or as
otherwise indicated in individual sections, but in no case less than one year. Warranty
incandescent and fluorescent lamps only for a period of two months from the date of substantial
completion.
B.
Provide complete warranty information for each item including beginning of warranty period,
duration of warranty, names, addresses, and telephone numbers and procedures for filling a
claim and obtaining warranty services. Written warranties and guarantees are to be submitted
separately as:
1.
2.
Originals bound in a binder clearly identified with the title, “WARRANTIES AND
GUARANTEES,” the project name, the project number, and the Contractor’s business
name.
Electronic documents in *.pdf format.
PART 2 – PRODUCTS
2.1
GENERAL:
A.
2.2
All materials shall be new and shall bear the manufacturer's name, trade name, and the
approved testing laboratory such as the UL label in every case where a standard has been
established for that particular material. Used materials are acceptable only if specifically
indicated on drawings.
SUBSTITUTION OF MATERIALS:
A.
Provide only specified products or products approved by addendum. Substitutions will be
considered if two copies of the proposal is received at the architect's/engineer's office eight (8)
working days prior to the bid day. Include in the proposal the specified and proposed catalog
numbers of the equipment under consideration and a catalog cut sheet(s) with pictorial and
descriptive information. Certify that the equipment proposed is equal to that specified, that it
has the same electrical and physical characteristics, compatible dimensions, and meets the
functional intent of the contract documents.
B.
It is the responsibility of the contractor to make all substituted equipment comply with the intent
of the contract documents and bear all cost associated with conflicts arising form the use of
substituted equipment.
C.
Provide samples if so required by the architect or engineer before or after bid day.
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SPARE PARTS:
A.
Provide spare parts as specified in Divisions 26, 27, and 28 sections. Deliver all spare parts to
owner's representative prior to substantial completion.
PART 3 – EXECUTION
3.1
GENERAL:
A.
Workmanship: Provide only first class workmanship from competent workers. Defective
materials or workmanship will not be allowed on the project. Provide competent supervision for
the work to be accomplished. Keep same foreman on the job, unless a change is authorized
by the engineer.
B.
Coordination: Prior to construction, layout electrical work and coordinate work with other
trades. Sequence, coordinate, and integrate installation of materials and equipment for efficient
flow of the work. Coordinate the installation of required supporting devices and sleeves to be
set in poured-in-place concrete and other structural components, as they are constructed.
Install electrical equipment to facilitate maintenance and repair or replacement of equipment
components. Coordinate the installation of electrical materials and equipment above ceilings
with suspension system, mechanical equipment and systems, and structural components.
Coordinate with all utilities including power, communication, and data installations.
C.
Provide cutting, drilling, channeling, etc. only as necessary for proper completion of the work.
Do not cut structural members unless authorization is issued in writing by the architect/engineer.
D.
Repairs: Repair damage to building, grounds, or utilities as a result of work under this contract
at no additional cost to the owner.
E.
Dimensioning: Electrical drawings indicate locations for electrical equipment only in their
approximate location, unless specifically dimensioned. Do not scale electrical drawings for
dimensional information. Refer to architectural drawings and shop drawings where applicable
for locations of all electrical equipment. Field verify all dimension on the job site.
F.
Provide block-outs, sleeves, demolition work, etc., required for installation of work specified in
this division.
G.
Standards: Provide electrical installation in accordance with manufacturer's written
instructions, applicable requirements of NEC, NEMA standards, and NECA's "Standards of
Installation", and in compliance with recognized industry practices to ensure that products fulfill
requirements.
H.
All workmen doing work of any nature on State of Utah projects must at all times carry their
electrician's license with them and show it upon request. The acceptable ratio of apprentice to
journeyman electricians on the job is 1:1.
3.2
REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION:
A.
When it is clearly apparent that information is not adequately described in the construction
documents or when a coordination problem exists, submit a request for information (RFI)
through proper contractual channels. The electrical engineering design firm will provide a
response through its contractual channel. Although verbal direction may be given to expedite
changes, responses are not considered part of the contract documents until a change order has
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been issued and signed by the Owner or his designated representative. The Contractor shall
bear all costs associated with proceeding on any change order that has not been approved by
the Owner or his designated representative.
B.
3.3
Any damages caused by construction delays due to frivolous RFI’s, will be born solely by the
Contractor.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS:
A.
3.4
Provide all necessary guards or construction barriers and take all necessary precautions to
insure the safety of life and property.
CLEAN:
A.
3.5
Clean up all equipment, conduit, fittings, wire, packing cartons, plastic, and other debris that is a
direct result of the installation of the work of this division, both during the execution, and at the
conclusion, of the project. Keep the site clean and safe during the progress of the work. Clean
fixtures, interior and exterior of all equipment, and raceways prior to final acceptance. Vacuum
interior of all electrical panels and equipment. Correct any damaged equipment. Touch-up or
repaint if necessary.
TEMPORARY POWER:
A.
Make arrangements with the proper institution authority for all temporary electricity.
B.
Provide temporary power, complete with metering and wiring for lighting and power outlets for
construction tools and equipment. Report the initial meter reading to the owner/institution, or
otherwise as may be directed.
C.
Service shall be provided with a main disconnect and all 20 ampere receptacles protected by 20
amp GFI, single-pole breakers. No attempt is made herein to specify construction power
requirements for equipment in detail. Provide all electrical equipment and wiring as required.
D.
As soon as permanent power and metering is available, the temporary power supply shall be
disconnected and removed from the project site.
E.
All temporary wiring shall meet the requirements of NEC Article 305 and the State Industrial
Commission.
3.6
POWER OUTAGES:
A.
3.7
All power outages required for execution of this work shall occur during non-standard working
hours and at the convenience of the owner. Any electrical service interruption will be
coordinated at least 7 days in advance of the power shut-off. Include all costs for overtime work
in bid. Coordinate all outages and proceed only after receiving authorization from the owner's
representative. Keep all outages to an absolute minimum.
STORAGE AND PROTECTION OF MATERIALS:
A.
Provide storage space for storage of materials and apparatus and assume complete
responsibility for all losses due to any cause whatsoever. Lost or damaged materials will be
replaced at no additional cost to owner. Do not store materials and apparatus in any public
thoroughfare or in any area on the site where such storage would constitute a hazard to
persons in the vicinity. Protect completed work, work underway, and apparatus against loss or
damage.
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FIRE PENETRATION SEALS:
A.
Seal all raceway and/or cable penetrations through fire-rated floors, wall, and ceilings to prevent
the spread of smoke, fire, toxic gas or water through the penetration either before, during or
after fire. Provide penetration sealants and fittings of ratings to match the rating of the
penetrated materials so that the original fire rating of the floor or wall is maintained as required
by Article 300-21 of the NEC.
B.
Sealant Systems: Provide sealants, wall wraps, partitions, caps, and other accessories
complying with UL 1479 (ASTM E-814) from the following where applicable:
1.
2.
3.
4.
3M Fire Barrier Sealing Penetration System
Chase Foam Fire Stop System
Thomas and Betts Flame Safe Fire Stop System
Nelson Fire Stop Products
C.
Fittings: Where applicable, provide OZ Type CFSF/I and CAFSF/I fire seal fittings for conduit
and cable penetrations through concrete and masonry wall, floor, slabs, and similar structures.
D.
Install sealants and fittings in accordance with all manufacturer's written instructions.
3.9
LABELING:
A.
3.10
A.
3.11
Engraved black plastic laminated, with white-core labels, 1/16" thick, shall be permanently
TESTS:
Notify engineer prior to all testing specified herein at least three business days prior to testing.
Engineer shall observe all tests to insure the proper operation of the electrical system.
PROJECT FINALIZATION AND START-UP:
A.
Upon completion of the work, have each factory representative and/or subcontractor assist in
start-up and testing of their respective systems.
B.
Have each representative give personal instructions on operating and maintenance of their
equipment to the owner's maintenance and/or operation personnel.
C.
Have representatives certify each system with a written statement indicating that they have
performed start-up and final check out of their respective systems.
3.12
A.
FINAL REVIEW:
Have the project foreman accompany their reviewing parties and remove coverplates, panel
covers, access panels, etc. as requested, to allow review of the entire electrical system.
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SECTION 260070 – ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS FOR EQUIPMENT
PART 1 – GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS:
A.
Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions
and Division-1 Specification Sections, apply to work of this section.
B.
This section is a Division 26 General Provisions section, and is part of each Division 26, 27, and
28 sections making reference to electrical connections.
1.2
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
A.
Extent of electrical connections for equipment include all final electrical connections for all
equipment having electrical requirements including, but not necessarily limited to the following:
1.
1.3
Equipment specified under all divisions of the contract. Refer to other
divisions for specific electrical requirements.
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
STANDARDS: Refer to Section 260001 – Electrical General Provisions as applicable.
B.
SHOP DRAWINGS: Not required.
PART 2 – PRODUCTS
2.1
GENERAL:
A.
Provide all materials for electrical connections including, but not necessarily limited to the
following:
8.
B.
1.
Raceways
2.
Fittings
3.
Conductors
4.
Cords
5.
Cord caps
6.
Wiring devices
7.
Pressure connectors
Lugs (CU-AL)
9.
Electrical insulating tape
10. Heat-shrinkable tubing
11. Cable ties
12. Wire nuts
13. Other items and accessories as required.
Crimp on or slip-on type splicing materials designed to be used without wire stripping are not
acceptable.
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C.
Power Distribution Blocks: Provide Square D Type LB or Equivalent.
D.
Refer to other Division 26, 27, and 28 Sections for specification of electrical materials as
applicable.
PART 3 – EXECUTION
3.1
GENERAL:
A.
3.2
Make electrical connections in accordance with manufacturer's written instructions, applicable
requirements of NEC, NEMA Standards, and NECA's "Standards of Installation", and in
compliance with recognized industry practices to ensure that products fulfill requirements.
CONNECTIONS:
A.
Permanently Installed Fixed Equipment:
1.
2.
B.
Install conductors in flexible conduit from junction box to equipment control
panel or connection point.
Where such installations are subject to moisture, install in liquid-tight flexible
conduit.
Movable equipment:
1.
Provide wiring devices, cord caps, and multi-conductor cables as required.
C.
Other methods as required by the NEC and/or as required by special equipment or field
conditions.
D.
Power Distribution Blocks: Unless noted otherwise on drawings, provide power distribution
blocks only for tapping of feeders and branch circuits. Locate in junction box or gutter in NEMA
ratings to suit application.
3.3
MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS:
A.
3.4
Obtain manufacturer's instruction and wiring diagram regarding electrical connections of each
piece of equipment and provide connections in accordance therewith.
VERIFICATION OF LOAD CHARACTERISTICS:
A.
Verify electrical load characteristics of all equipment prior to rough-in. Review respective shop
drawings of all other Divisions and Owner's equipment manuals. Report any variances from
electrical characteristics noted in the contract documents to the Architect/Engineer prior to
rough-in.
B.
Value of rough-in work, electrical equipment, etc. installed and/or purchased by the contractor
not meeting equipment requirements shall be credited back to the owner.
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SECTION 260072 – ELECTRICAL SUPPORTS AND SEISMIC RESTRAINTS
PART 1 – GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS:
A.
1.2
Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.
SUMMARY:
A.
This Section includes the following:
1.
2.
3.
1.3
Hangers and supports for electrical equipment and systems.
Seismic restraints for electrical equipment and systems.
Construction requirements for concrete bases.
DEFINITIONS:
A.
IBC: International Building Code.
B.
Seismic Restraint: A structural support element such as a metal framing member, a cable, an
anchor bolt or stud, a fastening device, or an assembly of these items used to transmit seismic
forces from an item of equipment or system to building structure and to limit movement of item
during a seismic event.
1.4
SUBMITTALS:
A.
Product Data: Illustrate and indicate style, material, strength, fastening provision, and finish for
each type and size of electrical support and seismic-restraint component used.
1.
2.
B.
Tabulate types and sizes of seismic restraints, complete with report numbers and rated
strength in tension and shear as evaluated by an agency acceptable to authorities having
jurisdiction.
Annotate to indicate application of each product submitted and compliance with
requirements.
Shop Drawings: Indicate materials and dimensions and identify hardware, including attachment
and anchorage devices, signed and sealed by a qualified professional engineer. Include the
following:
1.
2.
Fabricated Supports: Representations of field-fabricated supports not detailed on
Drawings.
Seismic Restraints: Detail anchorage and bracing not defined by details or charts on
Drawings. Include the following:
a.
Design Analysis: To support selection and arrangement of seismic restraints.
Include calculations of combined tensile and shear loads.
b.
Details: Detail fabrication and arrangement. Detail attachments of restraints to
the restrained items and to the structure. Show attachment locations, methods,
and spacings. Identify components, list their strengths, and indicate directions
and values of forces transmitted to the structure during seismic events.
c.
Preapproval and Evaluation Documentation: By an agency acceptable to
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authorities having jurisdiction, showing maximum ratings of restraint items and
the basis for approval (tests or calculations).
C.
Coordination Drawings: Show coordination of seismic bracing for electrical components with
other systems and equipment in the vicinity, including other supports and seismic restraints.
D.
Welding certificates.
E.
Qualification Data: For professional engineer and testing agency.
F.
Field quality-control test reports.
1.5
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
Comply with seismic-restraint requirements in the IBC unless requirements in this Section are
more stringent.
B.
Testing of Seismic Anchorage Devices: Comply with testing requirements in Part 3.
C.
Welding: Qualify procedures and personnel according to AWS D1.1/D1.1M, "Structural Welding
Code - Steel."
PART 2 – PRODUCTS
2.1
MANUFACTURERS:
A.
In other Part 2 articles where titles below introduce lists, the following requirements apply to
product selection:
1.
2.2
Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, manufacturers
offering products that may be incorporated into the Work include, but are not limited to,
manufacturers specified.
SUPPORT, ANCHORAGE, AND ATTACHMENT COMPONENTS:
A.
Rated Strength: Adequate in tension, shear, and pullout force to resist maximum loads
calculated or imposed under this Project, with a minimum structural safety factor of five times
the applied force.
B.
Steel Slotted Support Systems: Comply with MFMA-3, factory-fabricated components for field
assembly.
1.
2.
Available Manufacturers:
a.
Cooper B-Line; a division of Cooper Industries.
b.
ERICO International Corporation.
c.
Allied Support Systems; Power-Strut Unit.
d.
GS Metals Corp.
e.
Michigan Hanger Co., Inc.; O-Strut Div.
f.
National Pipe Hanger Corp.
g.
Thomas & Betts Corporation.
h.
Unistrut; Tyco International, Ltd.
i.
Wesanco, Inc.
Finishes:
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a.
3.
Metallic Coatings: Hot-dip galvanized after fabrication and applied according to
MFMA-3.
Channel Dimensions: Selected for structural loading and applicable seismic forces.
C.
Raceway and Cable Supports: As described in NECA 1.
D.
Conduit and Cable Support Devices: Steel hangers, clamps, and associated fittings, designed
for types and sizes of raceway or cable to be supported.
E.
Support for Conductors in Vertical Conduit: Factory-fabricated assembly consisting of threaded
body and insulating wedging plug or plugs for non-armored electrical conductors or cables in
riser conduits. Plugs shall have number, size, and shape of conductor gripping pieces as
required to suit individual conductors or cables supported. Body shall be malleable iron.
F.
Structural Steel for Fabricated Supports and Restraints: ASTM A 36/A 36M, steel plates,
shapes, and bars; black and galvanized.
G.
Mounting, Anchoring, and Attachment Components: Items for fastening electrical items or their
supports to building surfaces include the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
2.3
Verify suitability of fasteners in subparagraph below for use in lightweight concrete or
concrete slabs less than 4 inches (100 mm) thick.
Powder-Actuated Fasteners: Threaded-steel stud, for use in hardened portland cement
concrete, steel, or wood, with tension, shear, and pullout capacities appropriate for
supported loads and building materials where used.
a.
Available Manufacturers:
1)
Hilti, Inc.
2)
ITW Construction Products.
3)
MKT Fastening, LLC.
4)
Simpson Strong-Tie Co. Inc.
In the following subparagraph, use stainless steel anchors in corrosive environments.
Mechanical-Expansion Anchors: Insert-wedge-type, zinc-coated steel, for use in
hardened portland cement concrete with tension, shear, and pullout capacities
appropriate for supported loads and building materials in which used.
a.
Available Manufacturers:
1)
Cooper B-Line; a division of Cooper Industries.
2)
Empire Tool and Manufacturing Co., Inc
3)
Hilti, Inc.
4)
ITW Construction Products.
5)
MKT Fastening, LLC.
6)
Powers Fasteners.
Clamps for Attachment to Steel Structural Elements: MSS SP-58, type suitable for
attached structural element.
Through Bolts: Structural type, hex head, high strength. Comply with ASTM A 325.
Toggle Bolts: All-steel springhead type.
Hanger Rods: Threaded steel.
SEISMIC-RESTRAINT COMPONENTS:
A.
Rated Strength, Features, and Application Requirements for Restraint Components: As defined
in reports by an agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction.
1.
Structural Safety Factor: Strength in tension, shear, and pullout force of components
used shall be at least five times the maximum seismic forces to which they will be
subjected.
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B.
Angle and Channel-Type Brace Assemblies: Steel angles or steel slotted-support-system
components; with accessories for attachment to braced component at one end and to building
structure at the other end.
C.
Cable Restraints: ASTM A 603, zinc-coated, steel wire rope attached to steel or stainless-steel
thimbles, brackets, swivels, and bolts designed for restraining cable service.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
2.4
Available Manufacturers:
a.
Amber/Booth Company, Inc.
b.
Loos & Co., Inc.
c.
Mason Industries, Inc.
Seismic Mountings, Anchors, and Attachments: Devices as specified in Part 2 "Support,
Anchorage, and Attachment Components" Article, selected to resist seismic forces.
Hanger Rod Stiffener: Steel tube or steel slotted-support-system sleeve with internally
bolted connections to hanger rod, of design recognized by an agency acceptable to
authorities having jurisdiction.
Bushings for Floor-Mounted Equipment Anchors: Neoprene units designed for
seismically rated rigid equipment mountings, and matched to type and size of anchor
bolts and studs used.
Bushing Assemblies for Wall-Mounted Equipment Anchorage: Assemblies of neoprene
elements and steel sleeves designed for seismically rated rigid equipment mountings,
and matched to type and size of attachment devices used.
FABRICATED METAL EQUIPMENT SUPPORT ASSEMBLIES:
A.
Description: Welded or bolted, structural-steel shapes, shop or field fabricated to fit dimensions
of supported equipment.
PART 3 – EXECUTION
3.1
APPLICATION
A.
Comply with NECA 1 for application of hangers and supports for electrical equipment and
systems, except if requirements in this Section are stricter.
B.
Maximum Support Spacing and Minimum Hanger Rod Size for Raceway: Space supports for
raceways as within 12 inches of coupling, fitting, and box, at each 90 degrees bend, minimum of
two supports per ten foot run. Minimum rod size shall be 1/4 inch (6 mm) in diameter.
C.
Multiple Raceways: Install trapeze-type supports fabricated with steel slotted or other support
system, sized so capacity can be increased by at least 25 percent in future without exceeding
specified design load limits.
1.
3.2
Secure raceways and cables to these supports with single-bolt conduit clamps, or as
otherwise required by an agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction.
SUPPORT AND SEISMIC-RESTRAINT INSTALLATION:
A.
Comply with NECA 1 for installation requirements, except as specified in this Article.
B.
Raceway Support Methods: In addition to methods described in NECA 1, raceways may be
supported by openings through structure members, as permitted in NFPA 70.
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C.
Install seismic-restraint components using methods approved by the evaluation service
providing required submittals for component.
D.
Strength of Support and Seismic-Restraint Assemblies: Where not indicated, select sizes of
components so strength will be adequate to carry present and future static and seismic loads
within specified loading limits. Minimum static design load used for strength determination shall
be weight of supported components plus 200 lb (90 kg).
E.
Mounting and Anchorage of Surface-Mounted Equipment and Components: Anchor and fasten
electrical items and their supports to building structural elements by the following methods
unless otherwise indicated by code:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
To Wood: Fasten with lag screws or through bolts.
To New Concrete: Bolt to concrete inserts.
To Masonry: Approved toggle-type bolts on hollow masonry units and expansion anchor
fasteners on solid masonry units.
To Existing Concrete: Expansion anchor fasteners.
Instead of expansion anchors, powder-actuated driven threaded studs provided with lock
washers and nuts may be used in existing standard-weight concrete 4 inches (100 mm)
thick or greater. Do not use for anchorage to lightweight-aggregate concrete or for slabs
less than 4 inches (100 mm) thick.
To Steel: Beam clamps (MSS Type 19, 21, 23, 25, or 27) complying with MSS SP-69
Spring-tension clamps.
To Light Steel: Sheet metal screws.
Items Mounted on Hollow Walls and Nonstructural Building Surfaces: Mount cabinets,
panelboards, disconnect switches, control enclosures, pull and junction boxes,
transformers, and other devices on slotted-channel racks attached to substrate by means
that meet seismic-restraint strength and anchorage requirements.
F.
Drill holes for expansion anchors in concrete at locations and to depths that avoid reinforcing
bars.
G.
Do not drill or core cut holes for anchors or use powder-activated fasteners in post-tension
slabs, joists, and beams.
3.3
INSTALLATION OF FABRICATED METAL SUPPORTS:
A.
Comply with installation requirements in Division 5 Section "Metal Fabrications" for sitefabricated metal supports.
B.
Cut, fit, and place miscellaneous metal supports accurately in location, alignment, and elevation
to support and anchor electrical materials and equipment.
C.
Field Welding: Comply with AWS D1.1/D1.1M.
3.4
INSTALLATION OF SEISMIC-RESTRAINT COMPONENTS:
A.
Install bushing assemblies for anchor bolts for floor-mounted equipment, arranged to provide
resilient media between anchor bolt and mounting hole in concrete base.
B.
Install bushing assemblies for mounting bolts for wall-mounted equipment, arranged to provide
resilient media where equipment or equipment-mounting channels are attached to wall.
C.
Restraint Cables: Provide slack within maximums recommended by manufacturer.
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Attachment to Structure: If specific attachment is not indicated, anchor bracing to structure at
flanges of beams, upper truss chords of bar joists, or at concrete members.
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL:
A.
Testing Agency: Engage a qualified independent testing and inspecting agency to perform field
tests and inspections and prepare test reports.
B.
Testing: Test pullout resistance of seismic anchorage devices.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
C.
Provide evidence of recent calibration of test equipment by a testing agency acceptable
to authorities having jurisdiction.
Schedule test with Owner, through Architect, before connecting anchorage device to
restrained component (unless postconnection testing has been approved), and with at
least seven days' advance notice.
Obtain Architect's approval before transmitting test loads to structure. Provide temporary
load-spreading members.
Test at least four of each type and size of installed anchors and fasteners selected by
Architect.
Test to 90 percent of rated proof load of device.
If a device fails test, modify all installations of same type and retest until satisfactory
results are achieved.
Record test results.
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SECTION 260080 – ELECTRICAL DEMOLITION
PART 1 – GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS:
A.
Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions
and Division-1 Specification Sections, apply to work of this section.
B.
This section is a Division 26 General Provisions section, and is part of each Division 26, 27, and
28 sections making reference to electrical demolition.
1.2
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
A.
Extent of electrical demolition work is indicated by drawings.
B.
Electrical demolition items are shown to give a basic description of the extent of demolition
work, but may not be inclusive.
C.
Do not assume that the electrical drawings reflect as-built conditions. Visit and observe the
project prior to submitting bid and determine extent of electrical demolition work.
1.3
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
Standards: Refer to Section 260001 - Electrical General Provisions as applicable.
PART 2 – PRODUCTS - Not Used.
PART 3 – EXECUTION
3.1
GENERAL:
A.
Demolition work shall be laid out in advance to eliminate unnecessary cutting, drilling,
channeling, etc. Where such cutting, drilling, or channeling becomes necessary, perform with
care, use skilled mechanics of the trades involved. Cutting work of other contractors shall be
done only with the consent of that contractor. Cutting of structural members is not permitted.
Repair damage to building and equipment as a result of electrical demolition work under this
contract at no additional cost to owner.
B.
Obtain permission from the architect before penetrating any ceiling, floor, and wall surfaces.
3.2
METHODS:
A.
Disconnect and remove any/all fixtures, devices, equipment, etc. required for proper completion
of the work whether shown or not.
B.
Relocate, rewire, and/or reconnect any/all fixtures, devices, equipment, etc. that for any reason
obstructs construction.
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C.
Maintain circuit integrity and continuity of all existing circuits/feeders, and systems that interfere
with or are interrupted by remodel work, unless those circuits/feeders are to be abandoned
completely. Maintain all circuits and systems in operation during construction. Provide
temporary panels, temporary wiring and conduits, etc. as required.
D.
Leave all existing fixtures, devices, equipment, etc. In portions of the building not being
remodeled, in working condition.
E.
Remove and dispose of all raceways, conductors, boxes, devices, equipment, etc., that are not
to be reused. Terminate at accessible junction box by providing proper knockout closure, tape
conductors, and label as "spare" with circuit no., Zone no., or other characteristic identifying
source.
F.
Existing raceways may be reused, if in place, where in compliance with the contract documents
and the National Electrical Code. Upgrade and/or provide new conduit supports where
necessary for all raceways being reused. Insure integrity of existing raceways before re-use.
G.
Return to owner all light fixtures which are to be removed. Dispose of all light fixtures if so
directed by owner in accordance with local environmental laws and policies. Those fixtures
indicated for re-use shall be thoroughly cleaned, repaired as required, re-lamped, and installed
as indicated. When storing fixtures for reuse, store in area and/or provide protective covering
that will keep construction dust and materials off fixtures.
H.
Completely remove all telephone or data cables which are to be removed back to source or as
directed by owner.
I.
Disconnect and remove all sound system equipment including speakers, amplifiers, etc. And
return to owner. Completely remove and dispose of all associated conduit and wire.
3.3
PATCHING AND REPAIR:
A.
Finished Surfaces: The electrical contractor is responsible for patching and repair of all
existing interior surfaces pertaining to the installation of work under this Division, unless
specifically noted elsewhere in the contract documents. Where patching and repair is
necessary, surfaces shall be finished (painted, etc.) to match the adjacent materials, finished,
and colors. Requirements of other Divisions such as Division 9 - finishes shall apply.
B.
Hard Surfaces: Whenever excavation or trenching is required for the installation of electrical
work, it shall be the responsibly of the electrical contractor to make repairs and/or replacements
of hard finish surfaces such as concrete, asphalt, etc. Requirements of other Divisions such as
Division 2 – Existing Conditions shall apply.
3.4
CONCEALING:
A.
All raceways shall be concealed within the ceilings, walls, and floors, except in locations where
exposed raceways are specifically permitted, such as equipment rooms and unfinished storage
areas.
B.
Surface-mounted raceways or systems shall be permitted only where approved by
Architect/Engineer.
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SECTION 260110 – CONDUIT RACEWAYS
PART 1 – GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS:
A.
Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions
and Division-1 Specification Sections, apply to work of this section.
B.
This section is a Division 26 General Provisions section, and is part of each Division 26, 27, and
28 sections making reference to conduit raceways.
1.2
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
A.
Extent of raceways is indicated by drawings and schedules.
B.
Types of raceways in this section include the followings:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
1.3
Rigid Metal Conduit
PVC Externally Coated Rigid Steel Conduit
Intermediate Metal Conduit
Electrical Metallic Tubing
Flexible Metal Conduit
Liquid-tight Flexible Metal Conduit
Rigid Non-metallic Conduit
Electrical Non-metallic Tubing
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
Standards: Refer to Section 260001 – Electrical General Provisions as applicable. Provide
conduit raceway installation in accordance with recommendations of the American Iron and
Steel Institute "Design Manual on Steel Electrical Raceways", latest edition.
B.
Manufacturers: Firms regularly engaged in the manufacture of raceway of types and sizes
required, whose products have been in satisfactory service for not less than three (3) years.
C.
Shop Drawings: Not required.
PART 2 – PRODUCTS
2.1
CONDUITS:
A.
Rigid Metal Conduit (RMC): Provide zinc-coated, hot-dipped galvanized, rigid metallic conduit
in accordance with Federal Specification WW-C-0581 and ANSI C80.1.
B.
PVC Externally Coated Rigid Metal Conduit: Provide hot-dipped galvanized, rigid metallic
conduit externally coated with Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) in accordance with ANSI C80.1 and
NEMA Std. Pub. No. RN 1.
C.
Intermediate Metal Conduit (IMC): Provide hot-dipped galvanized, intermediate metal conduit in
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accordance with Federal Specification WW-C-581.
D.
Electric Metallic Tubing (EMT): Provide electric metal tubing in accordance with Federal
Specification WW-C-563 and ANSI C80.3.
E.
Flexible Metal Conduit: Provide zinc-coated, flexible metal conduit in accordance with Federal
Specification WW-C-566.
F.
Liquid-Tight Flexible Metal Conduit: Provide liquid-tight, flexible metal conduit, constructed of
single strip, flexible continuous, interlocked, and double-wrapped steel, galvanized inside and
outside, coated with liquid-tight jacket of flexible Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC).
G.
Rigid Non-Metallic Conduit: Provide rigid non-metallic conduit (PVC) in accordance with
ANSI/NEMA
2.2
FITTINGS:
A.
Rigid Metal Conduit, Intermediate Metal Conduit, and PVC Externally Coated Rigid Metal
Conduit: Provide fully-threaded, malleable steel fittings, rain-tight and concrete-tight as
applicable. Provide double locknuts and metal bushings at all conduit terminations. Install OZ
Type B bushings on conduits 1-1/4" and larger.
B.
Electric Metallic Tubing: Provide insulated throat, non-indenter, set screw, malleable steel
fittings. Screws must have a full set. Provide concrete-tight compression-type fittings in
suspended slabs. All EMT fittings shall be fabricated from steel. Die-cast fittings or fittings
made from pot metal shall not be allowed. Indenter type fittings are not acceptable. Install OZ
Type B bushings on conduits 1" and larger.
C.
Flexible Metal Conduit: Provide flexible metal conduit fittings in accordance with Federal
Specification W-F-406, Type 1, Class 1, and Style A. Commercial "greenfield" not less than
1/2" diameter or as otherwise specified on drawings is acceptable.
D.
Liquid-Tight Flexible Metal Conduit: Provide liquid-tight flexible metal conduit fittings in
accordance with Federal Specification W-F-406, Type 1, Class 3, Style G.
E.
Non-Metallic Conduit: Provide non-metallic conduit fittings (PVC) in accordance with
ANSI/NEMA TC 3 to match conduit types and materials.
F.
Expansion Fittings: OZ Type AX, or equivalent to suit application.
G.
Sealing Bushings: Provide OZ Type FSK, WSK, or CSMI as required by application. Provide
OZ Type CSB internal sealing bushings.
H.
Cable Supports: Provide OZ cable supports for vertical risers, type as required by application.
2.3
SIZES:
A.
Provide conduits in sizes as indicated in contract documents or as otherwise specified herein,
but not less than 3/4".
PART 3 – EXECUTION
3.1
GENERAL:
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Install raceway and accessories in accordance with manufacturer's written instructions,
applicable requirements of NEC, NEMA Standards, and NECA's "Standards of Installation", and
in compliance with recognized industry practices to ensure that products fulfill requirements.
LOCATIONS:
A.
Use RMC for exposed runs where conduit is subject to moisture, weather, or mechanical injury.
Use in hazardous locations in
B.
Install RMC on all outdoor locations below 12 ft. and indoor locations subject to motorized and
heavy duty carts.
C.
Intermediate Metal Conduit and Fittings: Use for exposed runs where conduit is subject to
moisture, weather, or mechanical injury. Use in hazardous locations in accordance with all NEC
requirements.
D.
Electric Metal Tubing and Fittings: Use for above-grade feeders, branch circuits, and signal and
control circuit, unless specifically noted otherwise on drawings. Install in suspended slabs
subject to local code requirements and fire rating considerations.
E.
Flexible Metal Conduit and Fittings: Use as whips for lighting fixtures, fixed equipment where
not exposed to weather of moisture, other devices where required by NEC, and as requested by
the Engineer. Maximum length not to exceed 6', unless specifically approved by the Electrical
Engineer.
F.
Liquid-Tight Flexible Metal Conduit and Fittings: Use for connection to motor terminal boxes,
fixed equipment where subject to moisture or weather, and other equipment subject to
movement or vibration. Maximum length not to exceed 6', unless specified otherwise.
3.3
METHODS:
A.
Maintain a minimum of 12" clearance between steam or hot water lines or other hot surfaces.
Where such clearance is impractical, insulate conduit with approved materials.
B.
Install conduits parallel with or at right angles to lines of the structure. Route conduits
symmetrically where possible.
C.
Field bends and offsets shall be made without flattening, kinking, rippling or destroying the
smooth internal bore or surface of the conduit and to not less than NEC minimum radius.
Conduit that shows signs of rippling or kinking shall not be installed. Conduits installed with
wrinkles or kinks or otherwise in an unworkmanlike manner shall be replaced at no additional
cost to owner.
D.
Precaution shall be exercised to prevent accumulation of water, dirt or concrete in the conduits
during the execution of the project. Conduits in which water or foreign matter has been
permitted to accumulate shall be thoroughly cleaned or the conduits runs replaced where such
accumulation cannot be removed by methods approved the engineer.
E.
Any conduit which pierces airtight spaces or plenums shall be sealed to prevent air leakage with
mastic acceptable to the Architect.
3.4
CONCEALING:
A.
All raceways shall be concealed within the ceilings, walls, and floors, except in locations where
exposed raceways are specifically permitted, such as equipment rooms and unfinished storage
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areas. In equipment rooms, if lighting raceways are run exposed, installation shall not be done
until piping and duct work layout has been determined in order that lighting boxes may be
located so as to avoid being covered by overhead ducts and piping. If lighting raceways in
equipment rooms are concealed in the structural ceiling slab, after mechanical work is
complete, exposed conduit extensions shall be run to locate lighting fixtures where they are not
obscured by work of other trades.
3.5
ELECTRICAL CONTINUITY:
A.
3.6
Provide electrically continuous conduit systems throughout.
FIELD CUTS AND THREADS:
A.
Cut all conduits square. Remove all sharp or rough edges and ream all burrs, inside and
outside. Provide clean sharp threads on RMC and IMC.
B.
Engage at least five full threads on all RMC and IMC fittings. Before couplings or fittings are
attached, apply one coat of red lead or zinc chromate to male threads of RMC or IMC. Apply
coat of red lead, zinc chromate or special compound recommended by manufacture to conduit
where conduit protective coating is damaged.
3.7
CONDUIT ENDS:
A.
Cap all spare conduits. Cap or plug conduit ends during construction to prevent entrance of
foreign material.
3.8
SPARE CONDUITS:
3.9
HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS:
A.
3.10
A.
Install RMC and IMC in all hazardous locations as defined by the NEC. Provide suitable fittings,
seal-offs, boxes, etc. to comply with all NEC requirements and/or as shown on the drawings.
Provide inspection fittings with hazardous location rated drains to prevent water from
accumulating in conduit runs.
CLEANING:
Pull mandrel and swab through all conduits before installing conductors.
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SECTION 260120 – CONDUCTORS AND CABLES
PART 1 – GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS:
A.
Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions
and Division-1 Specification Sections, apply to work of this section.
B.
This section is a Division 26 General Provisions section, and is part of each Division 26, 27, and
28 sections making reference to conductors and cables.
1.2
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
A.
This section includes building wires and cables and associated connectors, splices, and
terminations for wiring systems rated 600 V and less.
B.
Types of conductors and cables in this section include the following:
1.
2.
C.
Applications for conductors and cables required for project include:
1.
1.3
Copper Conductors.
Flexible Cords.
Electrical service.
SUBMITTALS:
A.
Product Data: For each type of conductor and/or cable indicated.
B.
Field Quality-Control Test Reports: From Contractor. Refer to Section 260001 – General
Electrical Provisions.
1.4
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
Electrical Components, Devices, and Accessories: Listed and labeled as defined in NFPA 70,
Article 100, by a testing agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction, and marked for
intended use.
B.
Comply with NFPA 70.
PART 2 – PRODUCTS
2.1
GENERAL:
A.
Manufacturers: In other Part 2 articles where subparagraph titles below introduce lists, provide
products by the manufacturer specified, subject to compliance with requirements.
B.
Ambient Conditions: Conductors used for branch circuits in areas where the ambient conditions
exceed 30 degree C. shall be provided with insulation approved for that temperature.
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Wire Sizes: As indicated on electrical drawings or as specified herein, but in no case less than
No. 12 AWG.
COPPER CONDUCTORS:
A.
Manufacturers:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cerro Wire & Cable Company.
General Cable Technologies Corporation.
Encore Wire Corporation.
Southwire Incorporated.
B.
Refer to Part 3 "Conductor and Cable Applications" Article for application requirements.
C.
References and Ratings:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
ICEA S-95-658 / NEMA WC70.
ASTM.
UL Standard 83.
UL Standard 1063 (MTW).
Federal Specification J-C-30B.
NEC.
D.
Conductor Material: Copper.
E.
Stranding: Solid conductor for No. 12 AWG, stranded for No. 10 AWG and larger.
F.
Stranding: Stranded Conductor.
G.
Conductor Insulation Types: Thermoplastic-insulated, Type THHN / THWN-2.
2.3
FLEXIBLE CORDS:
A.
Manufacturers:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cerro Wire & Cable Company.
General Cable Technologies Corporation.
Encore Wire Corporation.
Southwire Incorporated.
B.
Refer to Part 3 "Conductor and Cable Applications" Article for application requirements.
C.
References and Ratings:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
ASTM.
ICEA.
UL 62.
Pendant or portable.
Damp locations.
600 Volts.
NEC Article 400.
D.
Conductor Material: Copper.
E.
Stranding: Class K, flexible stranded conductor.
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F.
Conductor Insulation Types: Heat- and moisture-resistant TPE insulation.
G.
Fillers and Wrapping: Non-wicking polypropylene fillers, with tissue-paper separator wrapped
around the assembly.
H.
Outer Jacket: Black-colored, heat-, moisture-, and oil-resistant TPE jacket.
I.
Grounding: Insulated green grounding conductor.
J.
Cord Type: SO, hard-usage.
2.4
CONNECTORS AND SPLICES:
A.
Manufacturers:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
AFC Cable Systems, Inc.
AMP Incorporated/Tyco International.
Hubbell/Anderson.
O-Z/Gedney; EGS Electrical Group LLC.
3M Company; Electrical Products Division.
B.
Description: Factory-fabricated connectors and splices of size, ampacity rating, material, type,
and class for application and service indicated.
C.
Splices for wire sizes #10 and smaller shall be screw-on type similar to scotch or ideal wing nut
connectors. Crimp-on splices designed to be used without wire stripping are not acceptable.
PART 3 – EXECUTION
3.1
GENERAL:
A.
3.2
Install conductors, cables, and accessories as indicated, in compliance with manufacturer's
written instruction, applicable requirements of NEC, NECA's "Standards of Installation", and in
accordance with recognized industry practices to ensure that products fulfill requirements.
CONDUCTOR AND CABLE APPLICATIONS:
A.
Branch Circuits:
1.
2.
Exposed, including in crawlspaces: Copper conductors in raceway.
Concealed in ceilings, walls, and partitions: Copper conductors in raceways.
B.
Portable Appliance Connections: Flexible cord.
C.
Class 1 Control Circuits: Copper conductors in raceway.
3.3
INSTALLATION:
A.
Conceal cables in finished walls, ceilings, and floors, unless otherwise indicated.
B.
Use manufacturer-approved pulling compound or lubricant where necessary; compound used
must not deteriorate conductor or insulation. Do not exceed manufacturer's recommended
maximum pulling tensions and sidewall pressure values.
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C.
Use pulling means; including fish tape, cable, rope, and basket-weave wire/cable grips that will
not damage cables or raceway.
D.
When raceway is not required, install concealed cables parallel and perpendicular to surfaces of
structural members, and follow surface contours where possible.
E.
Support cables according to other applicable specification sections.
F.
Seal around cables penetrating fire-rated elements to comply with applicable fire stop
specification sections.
G.
Color Coding: Color code secondary service, feeder, and branch circuit conductors. Colors
shall remain consistent throughout the project and shall match existing coding system where
applicable.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
3.4
Conductor sizes No. 6 AWG and smaller: Colored insulation.
Conductors sizes No. 4 AWG and larger: 2 inch (51 mm) band of Colored adhesive
marking tape applied at all terminations, junction boxes, and pull boxes.
Branch circuit switched-legs and travelers: Colored insulation (in colors other than those
indicated below).
Color-code 120/208V system conductors:
a.
Phase A: Black.
b.
Phase B: Red.
c.
Phase C: Blue.
d.
Neutral A: White with Black stripe.
e.
Neutral B: White with Red stripe.
f.
Neutral C: White with Blue stripe.
g.
Neutral (Shared when allowed): White
h.
Ground: Green.
i.
Isolated Ground: Green with yellow tracer.
Color-code 277/480V system conductors:
a.
Phase A: Brown.
b.
Phase B: Orange.
c.
Phase C: Yellow.
d.
Neutral A: Gray with Brown stripe.
e.
Neutral B: Gray with Orange stripe.
f.
Neutral C: Gray with Yellow stripe.
g.
Neutral (Shared when allowed): Gray.
h.
Ground: Green.
Color-code 120/240V system conductors:
a.
Phase A: Black.
b.
Phase B: Red.
c.
Neutral A: White with Black Stripe.
d.
Neutral B: White with Red Stripe.
e.
Neutral (shared when allowed): Gray.
f.
Ground: Green.
g.
Isolated Ground: Green with yellow tracer.
HOMERUN CIRCUITS:
A.
Homerun circuits may be combined in common conduits at the option of the contractor in
compliance with the following:
1.
2.
Three-Phase Installations: Not more than three single-phase circuits in one conduit,
unless specifically noted otherwise, if each circuit is from a different phase (a, b, or c).
Single-Phase Installations: Not more than two single-phase circuits in one conduit,
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unless specifically noted otherwise, if each circuit is from a different phase (a or b).
3.5
NEUTRAL CONDUCTORS:
A.
3.6
LINE-TO-NEUTRAL BRANCH CIRCUITS: Provide a dedicated neutral for each line-to-neutral
branch circuit. Size the neutral conductor the same as the phase conductor. In each outlet or
junction box containing multiple neutral conductors, tag each neutral to identify which circuit it
serves.
VOLTAGE DROP:
A.
Provide branch circuit conductors in sizes such that voltage drop for branch circuits do not
exceed 3 percent at the farthest outlet. Provide service, feeder, and branch circuit conductors
so that the voltage drop on the entire electrical system does not exceed 5 percent at the farthest
outlet. This shall be strictly followed regardless of the conductor sizes indicated on the electrical
drawings. Increase conductor sizes (and conduits where necessary to comply with NEC
conduit fill requirements) as necessary to accommodate this requirement. Calculations shall be
based on the following:
1.
2.
3.
Lighting Branch Circuits: Connected load plus 25% spare.
Appliance and Equipment Branch Circuits: Nameplate or NEC required load.
120V Convenience Outlet Branch Circuits: 12 amps minimum, but in no case less than
NEC loading requirements. Use the following schedule:
Distance (feet)
0-80
81-125
126-200
201-320
4.
3.7
Wire Size (AWG)
#12
#10
#8
#6
Use the NEC method to calculate voltage drop.
CONNECTIONS:
A.
Tighten electrical connectors and terminals according to manufacturer's published torquetightening values. If manufacturer's torque values are not indicated, use those specified in UL
486A and UL 486B.
B.
Make splices and taps that are compatible with conductor material and that possess equivalent
or better mechanical strength and insulation ratings than unspliced conductors.
C.
Wiring at Outlets: Install conductor at each outlet, with at least 6 inches (150 mm) of slack. Use
pig tails when wiring outlets.
3.8
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL:
A.
Testing: Perform the following field quality-control testing:
1.
Visual and Mechanical Inspection:
a.
Inspect cables for physical damage and proper connection in accordance with
the electrical construction documents.
b.
Test cable mechanical connections to manufacturer’s recommended values with
a calibrated torque wrench.
c.
Check cable color coding for compliance with electrical specifications.
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3.
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a.
Perform insulation resistance test on each conductors for feeders 100 amps and
greater with respect to ground and adjacent conductors. Applied potential shall
be 1000 volts dc for 1 minute.
b.
Perform continuity test to insure proper cable connection.
Test Values:
a.
Minimum insulation resistance values shall not be less than two megaohms.
Test Reports: Prepare a written report and submit to the Electrical Engineer at the completion
of the project. The report shall include the following:
1.
2.
3.
Test procedures used.
Test results that comply with requirements.
Test results that do not comply with requirements and corrective action taken to achieve
compliance with requirements.
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SECTION 260135 – ELECTRICAL BOXES AND FITTINGS
PART 1 – GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS:
A.
Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions
and Division-1 Specification Sections, apply to work of this section.
B.
This section is a Division 26 General Provisions section, and is part of each Division 26, 27, and
28 sections making reference to electrical boxes and fittings.
1.2
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
A.
Extent of electrical boxes and fittings work is indicated by drawings and schedules.
B.
Types of electrical boxes and fittings in this section include the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
1.3
Outlet Boxes
Junction Boxes
Pull Boxes
Conduit Bodies
Bushings
Locknuts
Knockout Closures
Miscellaneous Boxes and Fittings
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
Standards: Refer to Section 260001 – Electrical General Provisions as applicable.
B.
Manufacturers: Firms regularly engaged in the manufacturer of boxes and fittings required,
whose products have been in satisfactory service for not less than three years.
C.
Shop Drawings: Submit shop drawings on floor boxes only where required.
PART 2 – PRODUCTS
2.1
INTERIOR OUTLET BOXES:
A.
General: Provide one piece, galvanized or cadmium-plated, flat-rolled, sheet steel interior outlet
boxes of types, shapes, and sizes to suit respective location and installation. Construct with
stamped knockouts on back and sides and with threaded screw holes. Provide corrosionresistant screws for securing boxes, covers, and wiring devices. Size all junction boxes in
accordance with NEC Table 314.16(A), with a minimum box size of 4" x 4" x 1-1/2". Where
three raceway entries are made, provide outlet boxes with a minimum depth of 2-1/8". Where
four or more raceway entries are made, provide outlet boxes with a minimum depth of 4-11/16".
Gangable boxes shall not be used.
B.
Switch, Telephone, and Receptacle Outlets: Provide outlet boxes not less than 4" square, with
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adapting tile or plaster covers where necessary to set flush with finished surfaces. Where three
raceway entries are made, provide outlet boxes with a minimum depth of 2-1/8". Gang boxes
shall be used where more than one switch or device is located at one point. Sectional Boxes
are not acceptable. In masonry walls where tile or plaster ring cannot be used, install a singlegang 3-1/2" deep box minimum, unless otherwise noted. Where four or more raceway entries
are made, provide outlet boxes with a minimum depth of 4-11/16".
2.2
WEATHERPROOF OUTLET BOXES:
A.
2.3
Provide corrosion-resistant, cast-metal weatherproof outlet boxes, of types, shapes, and sizes,
with threaded conduit ends, cast metal coverplates with spring-hinged waterproof caps, face
plate gaskets, and corrosion-resistant fasteners.
JUNCTION AND PULL BOXES:
A.
2.4
Provide code-gauge sheet steel junction and pull boxes, with removable screw-on covers and
welded seams, of types, shapes, and sizes to suit each respective location and installation.
Size all junction and pull boxes in accordance with NEC 314.28. Provide stainless steel nuts,
bolts, screws, and washer.
CONDUIT BODIES:
A.
Provide galvanized, cast-metal conduit bodies of type, shapes, and sizes to suit respective
locations and installation. Construct with threaded conduit entrance ends and removable
covers. Provide corrosion-resistant screws.
B.
Aluminum boxes and fitting shall not be permitted.
2.5
CONDUIT CONNECTIONS:
A.
Box connectors 3/4" and larger shall be insulated, throat-type or equal type plastic bushings.
Provide double locknuts and insulating plastic bushings for RMC and IMC terminating at panels
and boxes.
B.
Where RMC penetrates building, manholes, or vault walls and floors below grade, provide
sealing bushings with external membrane clamps as applicable. Provide segmented internal
sealing bushings in all raceways penetrating building walls and slabs below grade, and in all
above grade raceway penetrations susceptible to moisture migration into building through
raceway. Where RMC terminates in manhole, vault, or pull box, provide insulated grounding
bushings. Also see Section 260135 – Electrical Boxes and Fittings.
C.
Install OZ type "B" connectors for all conduits 1" and larger.
D.
Provide cable supports in all vertical risers in accordance with NEC 300-19.
2.6
EXPANSION FITTINGS:
A.
2.7
Provide expansion joint fittings in all conduit runs crossing structural expansion joints, whether
above-grade, in slab-on-grade, or in suspended slabs. Provide OZ type "AX" or approved
equivalent, size to the raceway.
ACCESSORIES:
A.
Provide all accessories including, but not necessarily limited to, bushings, knockout closures,
locknuts, offset connectors, etc. of types, shapes, and sizes to suit respective locations and
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installation. Construct of corrosion-resistant steel.
PART 3 – EXECUTION
3.1
GENERAL:
A.
3.2
Install electrical boxes and fittings in accordance with manufacturer's written instruction,
applicable requirements of the NEC, NEMA Standards, and NECA's "Standards of Installation",
and in compliance with recognized industry practices to ensure that products fulfill
requirements.
METHODS:
A.
Where outlet boxes are subject to weather or moisture, install weatherproof outlet boxes.
B.
Remove knockouts only for entering conduits. Provide knockout closures to cap unused
knockout holes where blanks are mistakenly removed.
C.
Do not use condulets in place of elbows or junction boxes. Condulets in sizes 2" or larger shall
not be used, unless specifically approved by the electrical engineer.
D.
Install boxes and conduit bodies in readily accessible locations. Install recessed boxes with
faces of boxes or rings flush with finished surfaces. Seal all openings between outlet box and
adjacent surfaces with plaster, grout, or similar suitable material.
E.
For stud construction, install boxes with rigid supports using metal bar hangers, or 2" X 4", 1" X
6" wood bridging between studs with screws. Welding or nailing boxes directly to metal joist
and studs is not acceptable. Boxes set opposite in common wall shall have at least 10" of
conduit between them. Securely fasten outlet boxes to structural surfaces to which attached.
F.
For concrete or masonry construction, solidly embed electrical boxes in concrete and masonry.
Provide box supports as required to keep outlet boxes flush with finished surfaces.
G.
Coordinate location of all outlet boxes with millwork, back splashes, tackboards, etc.
H.
Install junction boxes or condulets in conduit runs as required at 100 foot maximum intervals on
long runs. This shall apply to concrete junction boxes in grade and junction boxes within the
building.
I.
Provide electrical connections for installed boxes.
3.3
IDENTIFICATION:
A.
Mark circuit number on exterior side of junction boxes located in ceilings such that circuits
numbers are readily identifiable. For outlet boxes in wall, mark circuit numbers on interior sides
of outlet boxes.
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SECTION 260180 - OVERCURRENT PROTECTIVE DEVICES
PART 1 – GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS:
A.
Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions
and Division-1 Specification Sections, apply to work of this section.
B.
This section is a Division 26 General Provisions section, and is part of each Division 26, 27, and
28 section making reference to overcurrent protective devices.
1.2
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
A.
Extent of overcurrent protective devices is indicated by drawings and schedules and is specified
herein.
B.
Type of overcurrent protective devices in this section include the following:
1.
1.3
Molded Case Circuit Breakers
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
STANDARDS: Refer to Section 260001 - Electrical General Provisions as applicable.
B.
SUBMITTALS:
1.
2.
SHOP DRAWINGS: Submit manufacturer's data on overcurrent protective devices
including specifications, time-current trip characteristics curves, mounting requirements,
installation instructions, etc. Submit dimensioned drawings of overcurrent protective
devices.
Equipment Room Layouts: Submit dimensioned drawings of all equipment rooms
indicating spatial relationships to other proximate equipment. Insure that all code
required clearances are maintained.
PART 2 – PRODUCTS
2.1
GENERAL:
A.
2.2
Provide overcurrent protective devices and ancillary components of types, sizes, ratings, and
electrical characteristics indicated. Provide enclosures in NEMA ratings as indicated and
suitable for applications.
MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS:
A.
MANUFACTURERS: Subject to compliance with all requirements, provide molded case circuit
breakers from one of the following:
1.
2.
Cutler-Hammer
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4.
B.
Siemens
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MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS:
1.
2.
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Provide factory-assembled, molded case circuit breakers as integral components of
lighting and appliance panelboards, power panelboards, switchboards, and for individual
mounting as indicated. Provide thermal magnetic, molded case circuit breakers of
amperages, voltages, types, and short circuit current ratings indicated. Provide bolt-on
type breakers only. Construct with quick-break, quick-break mechanism with inversetime delay and instantaneous trip protection for each pole. Provide breakers rated for
ambient temperatures to suit respective applications. Provide mechanical screw type
removable copper connector lugs of size to accommodate conductors specified.
Provide breakers that have interrupting ratings greater than or equal to the specified fault
current. Provide fully-rated systems only. Series-rated systems are not acceptable,
unless specifically noted otherwise.
ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT BREAKERS:
A.
VENDORS: Subject to compliance with all requirements, provide electronic circuit breakers from
one of the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cutler-Hammer
General Electric
Siemens
Square D
PART 3 – EXECUTION
3.1
GENERAL:
A.
3.2
Install overcurrent protective devices in accordance with manufacturer's written instructions,
applicable requirements of NEC, NEMA standards, and NECA's "Standards of Installation", and
in compliance with recognized industry practices to ensure that products fulfill requirements.
IDENTIFICATION:
A.
Mark on interior cover the source of power by indicating the panel and circuit number.
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SECTION 260452 – GROUNDING
PART 1 – GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS:
A.
Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions
and Division-1 Specification Sections, apply to work of this section.
B.
This section is a Division 26 General Provisions section, and is part of each Division 26, 27, and
28 sections making reference to grounding.
1.2
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
A.
Extent of grounding work is indicated by drawings and schedules and is specified herein.
B.
Ground the complete electrical installation including the system neutral, metallic conduits and
raceways, boxes, fittings, devices, cabinets, equipment, and separately derived systems in
accordance with the NEC and all other applicable codes to provide a permanent, continuous,
low impedance, grounding system.
1.3
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
STANDARDS: Refer to Section 260001 – Electrical General Provisions as applicable.
PART 2 – PRODUCTS
2.1
GENERAL:
A.
2.2
Provide grounding equipment and accessories of types, sizes, ratings, and electrical
characteristics indicated or as otherwise required to provide a complete system.
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS:
A.
2.3
Unless noted otherwise, provide grounding conductors with stranding and insulation types to
match phase conductors. Provide conductors with green insulation if possible; otherwise wrap
with green tape. Size ground conductors as indicated on drawings. Do not size ground
conductors smaller than that allowable by NEC.
INSULATED GROUNDING BUSHINGS:
A.
2.4
Provide plated malleable iron body with 150 degree Centigrade molded plastic insulating throat,
lay-in grounding lug with hardened stainless steel fasteners (OZ Gedney BLG or equivalent).
CONNECTION TO PIPES:
A.
2.5
Provide heavy duty, cast bronze, ground clamp systems with silicon bronze bolts and nuts (OZ
Gedney G Series - B or equivalent).
CONNECTIONS TO STRUCTURAL STEEL, GROUND RODS, OR SPLICES:
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Provide exothermic welds. (Cadweld or equivalent)
BONDING JUMPERS:
A.
2.7
Provide bonding jumpers with hot dip galvanized malleable or ductile iron clamps, hot dip
galvanized steel U-bolts, and tinned copper braids (OZ Gedney BJ Series or equivalent).
GROUND BUS:
A.
Provide 1/4" x 4", copper ground bus complete with insulators and brackets in lengths and at
mounting heights as indicated on drawings. Furnish complete with drilled holes and lugs to
accommodate grounding conductors.
PART 3 – EXECUTION
3.1
GENERAL:
A.
3.2
Install grounding systems in accordance with manufacturer's written instructions, applicable
requirements of NEC, NEMA standards, and NECA's "Standards of Installation", and in
compliance with recognized industry practices to ensure that products fulfill requirements.
CLEANING:
A.
3.3
Thoroughly clean all metal contact surfaces prior to installation of clamp-on connectors.
EQUIPMENT BONDING AND GROUNDING:
A.
Provide an NEC sized conductor, whether indicated or not on the drawings, in raceways as
follows:
1.
2.
3.4
Non-metallic conduits and ducts (existing – if any)
Device branch circuits.
ADDITIONAL GROUNDING INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS:
A.
Provide grounding bushings on all service conduit and conduits installed in concentric/eccentric
knock-outs or reducing washer at panelboards, cabinets, and gutters.
B.
Provide bonding jumpers across expansion and deflection couplings in conduit runs.
C.
Provide bonding wire in all flexible conduits.
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PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS
A.
1.2
Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.
SUMMARY
A.
Section Includes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.3
Grounding conductors.
Grounding connectors.
Grounding busbars.
Grounding labeling.
DEFINITIONS
A.
BCT: Bonding conductor for telecommunications.
B.
EMT: Electrical metallic tubing.
C.
TGB: Telecommunications grounding busbar.
D.
TMGB: Telecommunications main grounding busbar.
1.4
ACTION SUBMITTALS
A.
Product Data: For each type of product.
B.
Shop Drawings: For communications equipment room signal reference grid. Include plans,
elevations, sections, details, and attachments to other work.
1.5
INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS
A.
As-Built Data: Plans showing as-built locations of grounding and bonding infrastructure,
including the following:
1.
BCT, TMGB, TGBs, and routing of their bonding conductors.
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CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS
A.
1.7
Operation and Maintenance Data: For grounding to include in operation and maintenance
manuals.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Installer Qualifications: Cabling Installer must have personnel certified by BICSI on staff.
1.
Installation Supervision: Installation shall be under the direct supervision of ITS
Technician, who shall be present at all times when Work of this Section is performed at
Project site.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
A.
2.2
Comply with J-STD-607-A.
CONDUCTORS
A.
Comply with UL 486A-486B.
B.
Insulated Conductors: Stranded copper wire, green or green with yellow stripe insulation,
insulated for 600 V, and complying with UL 83.
1.
2.
C.
Cable Tray Grounding Jumper:
1.
2.
D.
Ground wire for custom-length equipment ground jumpers shall be No. 6 AWG, 19strand, UL-listed, Type THHN wire.
Cable Tray Equipment Grounding Wire: No. 8 AWG.
Not smaller than No. 6 AWG [26 kcmils (13.3 sq. mm)] and not longer than 12 inches
(300 mm). If jumper is a wire, it shall have a crimped grounding lug with two holes and
long barrel for two crimps. If jumper is a flexible braid, it shall have a one-hole ferrule.
Attach with grounding screw or connector provided by cable tray manufacturer.
Not smaller than No. 10 AWG [26 kcmils (13.3 sq. mm)] and not longer than 12 inches
(300 mm). If jumper is a wire, it shall have a crimped grounding lug with one hole and
standard barrel for one crimp. If jumper is a flexible braid, it shall have a one- or twohole ferrule. Attach with grounding screw or connector provided by cable tray
manufacturer.
Bare Copper Conductors:
1.
2.
3.
Solid Conductors: ASTM B 3.
Stranded Conductors: ASTM B 8.
Tinned Conductors: ASTM B 33.
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5.
6.
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Bonding Cable: 28 kcmils (14.2 sq. mm), 14 strands of No. 17 AWG conductor, and 1/4
inch (6.3 mm) in diameter.
Bonding Conductor: No. 4 or No. 6 AWG, stranded conductor.
Bonding Jumper: Tinned-copper tape, braided conductors terminated with two-hole
copper ferrules; 1-5/8 inches (41 mm) wide and 1/16 inch (1.6 mm) thick.
CONNECTORS
A.
Irreversible connectors listed for the purpose. Listed by an NRTL as complying with NFPA 70
for specific types, sizes, and combinations of conductors and other items connected. Comply
with UL 486A-486B.
B.
Compression Wire Connectors: Crimp-and-compress connectors that bond to the conductor
when the connector is compressed around the conductor. Comply with UL 467.
1.
Electroplated tinned copper, C and H shaped.
C.
Signal Reference Grid Connectors: Combination of compression wire connectors, access floor
grounding clamps, bronze U-bolt grounding clamps, and copper split-bolt connectors, designed
for the purpose.
D.
Busbar Connectors: Cast silicon bronze, solderless compression-type, mechanical connector;
with a long barrel and two holes spaced on 5/8- or 1-inch (15.8- or 25.4-mm) centers for a twobolt connection to the busbar.
E.
Welded Connectors: Exothermic-welding kits of types recommended by kit manufacturer for
materials being joined and installation conditions.
2.4
GROUNDING BUSBARS
A.
TMGB: Predrilled, wall-mounted, rectangular bars of hard-drawn solid copper, 1/4 by 4 inches
(6.3 by 100 mm)] in cross section, length as indicated on Drawings. The busbar shall be NRTL
listed for use as TMGB and shall comply with J-STD-607-A.
1.
2.
3.
B.
Predrilling shall be with holes for use with lugs specified in this Section.
Mounting Hardware: Stand-off brackets that provide a 4-inch ((100-mm))clearance to
access the rear of the busbar. Brackets and bolts shall be stainless steel.
Stand-off insulators for mounting shall be Lexan or PVC. Comply with UL 891 for use in
600-V switchboards, impulse tested at 5000 V.
TGB: Predrilled rectangular bars of hard-drawn solid copper, 1/4 by 2 inches (6.3 by 50
mm)]in cross section, length as indicated on Drawings. The busbar shall be for wall mounting,
shall be NRTL listed as complying with UL 467, and shall comply with J-STD-607-A.
1.
2.
3.
Predrilling shall be with holes for use with lugs specified in this Section.
Mounting Hardware: Stand-off brackets that provide at least a 2-inch ((50-mm) clearance
to access the rear of the busbar. Brackets and bolts shall be stainless steel.)
Stand-off insulators for mounting shall be Lexan or PVC. Comply with UL 891 for use in
600-V switchboards, impulse tested at 5000 V.
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Rack and Cabinet Grounding Busbars: Rectangular bars of hard-drawn solid copper, accepting
conductors ranging from No. 14 to No. 2/0 AWG, NRTL listed as complying with UL 467, and
complying with J-STD-607-A. Predrilling shall be with holes for use with lugs specified in this
Section.
1.
2.
3.
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Cabinet-Mounted Busbar: Terminal block, with stainless-steel or copper-plated hardware
for attachment to the cabinet.
Rack-Mounted Horizontal Busbar: Designed for mounting in 19- or 23-inch (483- or 584mm) equipment racks. Include a copper splice bar for transitioning to an adjoining rack,
and stainless-steel or copper-plated hardware for attachment to the rack.
Rack-Mounted Vertical Busbar: 72 or 36 inches ((1827 or 914 mm) long, with)stainlesssteel or copper-plated hardware for attachment to the rack.
LABELING
A.
Comply with TIA/EIA-606-A and UL 969 for a system of labeling materials, including label
stocks, laminating adhesives, and inks used by label printers.
B.
Adhesive Film Label with Clear Protective Overlay: Machine printed, in black, by thermal
transfer or equivalent process. Minimum letter height shall be 3/8 inch (10 mm). Overlay shall
provide a weatherproof and UV-resistant seal for label.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Examine the ac grounding electrode system and equipment grounding for compliance with
requirements for maximum ground-resistance level and other conditions affecting performance
of grounding and bonding of the electrical system.
B.
Inspect the test results of the ac grounding system measured at the point of BCT connection.
C.
Prepare written report, endorsed by Installer, listing conditions detrimental to performance of
the Work.
D.
Proceed with connection of the BCT only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
3.2
INSTALLATION
A.
Bonding shall include the ac utility power service entrance, the communications cable entrance,
and the grounding electrode system. The bonding of these elements shall form a loop so that
each element is connected to at least two others.
B.
Comply with NECA 1.
C.
Comply with J-STD-607-A.
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APPLICATION
A.
Conductors: Install solid conductor for No. 8 AWG and smaller and stranded conductors for
No. 6 AWG and larger unless otherwise indicated.
1.
2.
B.
Conductor Terminations and Connections:
1.
2.
3.
4.
C.
Pipe and Equipment Grounding Conductor Terminations: Bolted connectors.
Underground Connections: Welded connectors except at test wells and as otherwise
indicated.
Connections to Ground Rods at Test Wells: Bolted connectors.
Connections to Structural Steel: Welded connectors.
Conductor Support:
1.
D.
The bonding conductors between the TGB and structural steel of steel-frame buildings
shall not be smaller than No. 6 AWG.
The bonding conductors between the TMGB and structural steel of steel-frame buildings
shall not be smaller than No. 6 AWG.
Secure grounding and bonding conductors at intervals of not less than 36 inches ((900
mm).)
Grounding and Bonding Conductors:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Install in the straightest and shortest route between the origination and termination point,
and no longer than required. The bend radius shall not be smaller than eight times the
diameter of the conductor. No one bend may exceed 90 degrees.
Install without splices.
Support at not more than 36-inch (900-mm) intervals.
Install grounding and bonding conductors in 3/4-inch (21-mm) PVC conduit until conduit
enters a telecommunications room. The grounding and bonding conductor pathway
through a plenum shall be in EMT. Conductors shall not be installed in EMT unless
otherwise indicated.
a.
3.4
If a grounding and bonding conductor is installed in ferrous metallic conduit, bond
the conductor to the conduit using a grounding bushing that complies with
requirements in Section 270528 "Pathways for Communications Systems," and
bond both ends of the conduit to a TGB.
GROUNDING BUSBARS
A.
Indicate locations of grounding busbars on Drawings. Install busbars horizontally, on insulated
spacers 2 inches (50 mm) minimum from wall, 12 inches (300 mm) above finished floor unless
otherwise indicated.
B.
Where indicated on both sides of doorways, route bus up to top of door frame, across top of
doorway, and down; connect to horizontal bus.
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CONNECTIONS
A.
Bond metallic equipment in a telecommunications equipment room to the grounding busbar in
that room, using equipment grounding conductors not smaller than No. 6 AWG.
B.
Stacking of conductors under a single bolt is not permitted when connecting to busbars.
C.
Assemble the wire connector to the conductor, complying with manufacturer's written
instructions and as follows:
1.
2.
3.
Use crimping tool and the die specific to the connector.
Pretwist the conductor.
Apply an antioxidant compound to all bolted and compression connections.
D.
Primary Protector: Bond to the TMGB with insulated bonding conductor.
E.
Interconnections: Interconnect all TGBs with the TMGB with the telecommunications backbone
conductor. If more than one TMGB is installed, interconnect TMGBs using the grounding
equalizer conductor. The telecommunications backbone conductor and grounding equalizer
conductor size shall not be less than 2 kcmils/linear foot (1 sq. mm/linear meter) of conductor
length, up to a maximum size of No. 3/0 AWG [168 kcmils (85 sq. mm)] unless otherwise
indicated.
F.
Telecommunications Enclosures and Equipment Racks: Bond metallic components of
enclosures to the telecommunications bonding and grounding system. Install [top-mounted]
[vertically mounted] rack grounding busbar unless the enclosure and rack are manufactured
with the busbar. Bond the equipment grounding busbar to the TGB No. 2 AWG bonding
conductors.
G.
Structural Steel: Where the structural steel of a steel frame building is readily accessible within
the room or space, bond each TGB and TMGB to the vertical steel of the building frame.
H.
Electrical Power Panelboards: Where an electrical panelboard for telecommunications
equipment is located in the same room or space, bond each TGB to the ground bar of the
panelboard.
I.
Shielded Cable: Bond the shield of shielded cable to the TGB in communications rooms and
spaces. Comply with TIA/EIA-568-B.1 and TIA/EIA-568-B.2 when grounding screened,
balanced, twisted-pair cables.
J.
Rack- and Cabinet-Mounted Equipment: Bond powered equipment chassis to the cabinet or
rack grounding bar. Power connection shall comply with NFPA 70; the equipment grounding
conductor in the power cord of cord- and plug-connected equipment shall be considered as a
supplement to bonding requirements in this Section.
K.
Access Floors: Bond all metal parts of access floors to the TGB.
L.
Equipment Room Signal Reference Grid: Provide a low-impedance path between
telecommunications cabinets, equipment racks, and the reference grid, using No. 6 AWG
bonding conductors.
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Install the conductors in grid pattern on 4-foot (1200-mm) centers, allowing bonding of
one pedestal from each access floor tile.
Bond the TGB of the equipment room to the reference grid at two or more locations.
Bond all conduits and piping entering the equipment room to the TGB at the perimeter of
the room.
Towers and Antennas:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Ground Ring: Buried at least 30 inches (760 mm) below grade and at least 24 inches (610
mm) from the base of the tower or mounting.
Bond each tower base and metallic frame of a dish to the ground ring, buried at least 18
inches (460 mm) below grade.
Bond the ground ring and antenna grounds to the equipment room TMGB or TGB, buried
at least 30 inches (760 mm) below grade.
Bond metallic fences within 6 feet (1.8 m) of towers and antennas to the ground ring,
buried at least 18 inches (460 mm) below grade.
Special Requirements for Roof-Mounted Towers:
a.
b.
c.
6.
Roof Ring: Meet requirements for the ground ring except the conductors shall
comply with requirements in Section 264113 "Lightning Protection for Structures."
Bond tower base footings steel, the TGB in the equipment room, and antenna
support guys to the roof ring.
Connect roof ring to the perimeter conductors of the lightning protection system.
Waveguides and Coaxial Cable:
a.
b.
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Bond cable shields at the point of entry into the building to the TGB and to the
cable entrance plate, using No. 2 AWG bonding conductors.
Bond coaxial cable surge arrester to the ground or roof ring using bonding
conductor size recommended by surge-arrester manufacturer.
IDENTIFICATION
A.
Labels shall be preprinted or computer-printed type.
1.
2.
3.
3.7
Label TMGB(s) with "fs-TMGB," where "fs" is the telecommunications space identifier
for the space containing the TMGB.
Label TGB(s) with "fs-TGB," where "fs" is the telecommunications space identifier for
the space containing the TGB.
Label the BCT and each telecommunications backbone conductor at its attachment point:
"WARNING! TELECOMMUNICATIONS BONDING CONDUCTOR. DO NOT
REMOVE OR DISCONNECT!"
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A.
Perform tests and inspections.
B.
Tests and Inspections:
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Inspect physical and mechanical condition. Verify tightness of accessible, bolted,
electrical connections with a calibrated torque wrench according to manufacturer's
written instructions.
Test the bonding connections of the system using an ac earth ground-resistance tester,
taking two-point bonding measurements in each telecommunications equipment room
containing a TMGB and a TGB and using the process recommended by BICSI TDMM.
Conduct tests with the facility in operation.
a.
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Measure the resistance between the busbar and the nearest available grounding
electrode. The maximum acceptable value of this bonding resistance is 100
milliohms.
Test for ground loop currents using a digital clamp-on ammeter, with a full-scale of not
more than 10 A, displaying current in increments of 0.01 A at an accuracy of plus/minus
2.0 percent.
a.
With the grounding infrastructure completed and the communications system
electronics operating, measure the current in every conductor connected to the
TMGB[ and in each TGB]. Maximum acceptable ac current level is 1 A.
C.
Excessive Ground Resistance: If resistance to ground at the BCT exceeds [5] <Insert value>
ohms, notify Architect promptly and include recommendations to reduce ground resistance.
D.
Grounding system will be considered defective if it does not pass tests and inspections.
E.
Prepare test and inspection reports.
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SECTION 275116 - PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEMS
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS
A.
1.2
Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.
SUMMARY
A.
The objective of this project is to completely upgrade four Intercom systems in the Oquirrh
building, one intercom system in the Wasatch D-Block building and one intercom system in the
Wasatch B-Block building. The scope of the project is as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
B.
Section Includes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
1.3
Replace all existing speakers; add new speakers as needed.
Reuse all cell call buttons.
Replace public address systems cables.
Replace control panels in the control rooms
Replace security electronic panels related to call indicators, door release & lock buttons
and LEDs only if public address system devices are integrated into security electronic
panels and complete panel replacement is required.
Replace call relays, power supplies, and local wires related to the control panels.
Provide new intercom equipment cabinet and equipment.
Supply and install a turnkey public address system, to include all equipment and
materials, whether specifically mentioned herein or not, to ensure a complete and
operating system.
Generate all submittal information for the complete fabrication, installation and wiring of
the system. Provide the on-site installation and wiring, and provide on-going supervision
and coordination during implementation.
Provide for the initial adjustment of the systems as herein prescribed and provide all test
equipment for the system checkout and acceptance tests. Two weeks prior to the
systems acceptance tests, submit an initial testing and tuning report to be reviewed by
the Consultant showing methods and results for tests performed.
Provide on-the-job training in the operation and maintenance of the systems for
personnel designated by the Owner.
Provide one year warranty for all systems installed, as specified.
Assist the consultant in performing acceptance tests.
Correct problems found during acceptance tests.
DEFINITIONS
A.
Channels: Separate parallel signal paths, from sources to loudspeakers or loudspeaker zones,
with separate amplification and switching that permit selection between paths for speaker
alternative program signals.
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Zone: Separate group of loudspeakers and associated supply wiring that may be arranged for
selective switching between different channels.
ACTION SUBMITTALS
A.
Product Data: For each type of product.
B.
Shop Drawings: Power, signal, and control wiring.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Include plans, elevations, sections, and attachment details.
Include details of equipment assemblies. Indicate dimensions, weights, required
clearances, method of field assembly, components, and location and size of each field
connection.
Console layouts.
Control panels.
Rack arrangements.
Wiring Diagrams: For power, signal, and control wiring.
a.
b.
c.
C.
Delegated-Design Submittal: For supports and seismic restraints for control consoles,
equipment cabinets and racks, and components indicated to comply with performance
requirements and design criteria, including analysis data signed and sealed by the qualified
professional engineer responsible for their preparation.
1.
1.5
Identify terminals to facilitate installation, operation, and maintenance.
Single-line diagram showing interconnection of components.
Cabling diagram showing cable routing.
Detail fabrication and assembly of supports and seismic restraints for control consoles,
equipment cabinets and racks, and components.
INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS
A.
Seismic Qualification Certificates: For control consoles, equipment cabinets and racks,
accessories, and components, from manufacturer.
1.
2.
3.
B.
1.6
Basis for Certification: Indicate whether withstand certification is based on actual test of
assembled components or on calculation. Include qualification data for testing agency.
Dimensioned Outline Drawings of Equipment Unit: Identify center of gravity and locate
and describe mounting and anchorage provisions.
Detailed description of equipment anchorage devices on which the certification is based
and their installation requirements.
Field quality-control reports.
CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS
A.
Operation and Maintenance Data: For public address systems to include in emergency,
operation, and maintenance manuals.
a.
Operating instructions laminated and mounted adjacent to operating console
location.
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MAINTENANCE MATERIAL SUBMITTALS
A.
Furnish extra materials that match products installed and that are packaged with protective
covering for storage and identified with labels describing contents.
See notes on drawings.
1.8
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
B.
Installer Qualifications: Manufacturer's authorized representative who is trained and approved
for installation of units required for this Project, and
1.
is licensed to perform work of this type in the project jurisdiction, and
2.
has at least five (5) years of verifiable direct experience with the devices, equipment and
systems of the type and scope specified herein, and
3.
has a minimum of one full-time NICET certified Level II audio systems technician or one
full- time NSCA Certified Electronic Systems Technician (C-EST), or one Infocomm CTSI (Certified Technology Specialist - Installation) systems technician
4.
is a local company with a permanent office/warehouse located within 75 miles of the
jobsite.
The following system contractors are preapproved to bid:
1.
Cache Valley Electric (435)-752-6405
2.
Professional Systems Technology (801)-649-6696
C.
Alternate system contractor will be considered if submitted in accordance with
system contractor qualifications to the A/E office within 8 business days prior to the bid opening
day. Submit years of similar experience, descriptions of sample projects, and resumes of
qualified staff, along with location of office for consideration. Approved alternate vendors and
integrators will be listed in written addenda.
D.
Specification Information Requests: Direct any requests for clarification, substitution, or
changes in these specifications or drawings to the AV consultant.
1.9
WARRANTY
A.
Warranty the entire system for a minimum of one year from the date of system acceptance by
the Owner. Component warranties shall be honored for the term established by the
manufacturer, if greater than one year.
B.
Activate all manufacturers’ equipment warranties in Owner’s name to commence on the date of
acceptance. In the case of installer modified equipment, the manufacturer’s warranty is
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normally voided. In such cases, provide the Owner with a warranty equivalent to that of the
original manufacturer.
C.
Replace defective materials and repair faulty workmanship within 72 hours of discovery at no
cost to the Owner during the period of the warranty.
D.
If, during the warranty period, any component is out of service for more than one week due to
unavailability of parts or service, supply and install an identical new component. If an identical
component is not available, substitute equivalent equipment, but only with approval of the
Owner.
E.
The contractor shall warrant the equipment to be new and free from defects in material and
workmanship, and will, within one year from date of installation, repair or replace any equipment
found to be defective at no cost to owner except in case of obvious abuse.
F.
Owner furnished equipment is not required to be warranted.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Specified on the project drawings.
B.
Electrical Components, Devices, and Accessories: Listed and labeled as defined in NFPA 70,
by a qualified testing agency, and marked for intended location and application.
C.
Comply with NFPA 70.
2.2
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION OF SYSTEM
Program the paging system to function as follows:
A.
Level 1 Paging:
1.
Push and hold the LEVEL 1 button on the control panel on the first level and the system
shall:
a. Turn on the LEDs for the same buttons on all control panels;
b. Route panel 1 microphone to level 1 speakers;
c. Un-mute level 1 speakers;
d. Send a one second long pre-announcement tone to level 1 speakers;
2.
Release the LEVEL 1 button after making an announcement and the system shall:
a. Mute level 1 speakers;
b. Turn off LEDs for all level 1 buttons on all three levels;
B.
Level 2 paging, level 3 paging, outside paging, and all other paging:
Refer to the programming for level 1 paging above.
C.
Level 1 Day Room Paging:
1.
Push and hold Day Room button on the control panel on the first level and the system
shall:
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Turn on the LED for the same button on the control panel;
Route panel 1 microphone to Level 1 Day Room speakers;
Un-mute level 1 Day Room speakers;
Send a one second long pre-announcement tone to level 1 Day Room speakers;
Release the Day Room button after making an announcement, the system shall:
a.
Mute level 1 Day Room speakers;
b.
Turn off LEDs for the level 1 Day Room buttons;
D.
Level 2 Day Room paging, level 3 Day Room paging:
Refer to the programming for level 1 Day Room paging above.
E.
Level 1 Monitoring:
1.
Push down Monitor button to turn on the monitoring system to listen and the system shall:
a.
Turn on Level 1 Monitor button LED;
b.
Route Level 1 Dayroom microphone to Level 1 panel speaker;
c.
Unmute Level 1 Dayroom microphone;
2.
Push the Monitor button one more time to turn off the monitoring system and the system
shall:
a.
Turn off Level 1 Monitor button LED;
b.
Mute Level 1 Dayroom microphone;
F.
Level 2 and Level 3 Monitoring:
Refer to the programming for Level 1 monitoring above.
G.
Lamp Test Button on Level 1 panel:
1.
Push Lamp Test button on level 1 panel and the system shall:
a.
Turn on all LEDs on the panel;
2.
Release the Lamp Test button and the system shall:
a.
Turn off all LEDs on the same panel;
H.
Key Switches:
1.
Rotate panel 1 Key Switch to left or right and the system shall:
a.
Turn on power supplies (including existing ones) to the panel.
2.
Rotate panel 1 Key Switch to the other side and the system shall:
a.
Turn off power supplies (including existing ones) to the panel.
I.
Lamp Test button and Key Switch on other panels:
Refer to the programming for level 1 Lamp Test buttons and Key Switches above.
J.
Modify the program as requested by the owners’ representatives or by the AV consultant.
2.3
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
A.
Delegated Design: Design supports and seismic restraints for control consoles, equipment
cabinets and racks, and components, including comprehensive engineering analysis by a
qualified professional engineer, using performance requirements and design criteria indicated.
B.
Seismic Performance: Supports and seismic restraints for control consoles, equipment cabinets
and racks, and components shall withstand the effects of earthquake motions determined
according to ASCE/SEI 7.
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PATHWAYS
A.
Conduit and Boxes: Comply with Section 260110 “Conduit Raceways."
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
WIRING METHODS
A.
Wiring Method: Install cables in pathways and cable trays except within consoles, cabinets,
desks, and counters. Conceal pathway and cables except in unfinished spaces.
1.
Comply with requirements for pathways and boxes specified in Section 270528
"Pathways for Communications Systems."
B.
Wiring within Enclosures: Bundle, lace, and train cables to terminal points with no excess and
without exceeding manufacturer's limitations on bending radii. Provide and use lacing bars and
distribution spools.
3.2
INSTALLATION OF PATHWAYS
A.
Comply with requirements in Section 260110 “Conduit Raceways." for installation of conduits
and wire ways.
B.
Install manufactured conduit sweeps and long-radius elbows whenever possible.
3.3
INSTALLATION OF CABLES
A.
Comply with NECA 1.
B.
General Cable Installation Requirements:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
C.
Terminate conductors; no cable shall contain unterminated elements. Make terminations
only at outlets and terminals.
Splices, Taps, and Terminations: Arrange on numbered terminal strips in junction, pull,
and outlet boxes; terminal cabinets; and equipment enclosures. Cables may not be
spliced.
Secure and support cables at intervals not exceeding 30 inches (760 mm) and not more
than 6 inches (150 mm) from cabinets, boxes, fittings, outlets, racks, frames, and
terminals.
Bundle, lace, and train conductors to terminal points without exceeding manufacturer's
limitations on bending radii. Install lacing bars and distribution spools.
Do not install bruised, kinked, scored, deformed, or abraded cable. Do not splice cable
between termination, tap, or junction points. Remove and discard cable if damaged
during installation and replace it with new cable.
Cold-Weather Installation: Bring cable to room temperature before dereeling. Heat lamps
shall not be used.
Separation of Wires: Separate speaker-microphone, line-level, speaker-level, and power wiring
runs. Install in separate pathways or, where exposed or in same enclosure, separate
conductors at least 12 inches (300 mm) apart for speaker microphones and adjacent parallel
power and telephone wiring. Separate other communication equipment conductors as
recommended by equipment manufacturer.
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INSTALLATION
A.
Match input and output impedances and signal levels at signal interfaces. Provide matching
networks where required.
B.
Identification of Conductors and Cables: Color-code conductors and apply wire and cable
marking tape to designate wires and cables so they identify media in coordination with system
wiring diagrams.
C.
Equipment Cabinet:
1.
Install vent panels at top and bottom of equipment cabinets and between components
where possible for maximum ventilation. Locate amplifiers at top of cabinet. Locate
digital signal processors below amplifiers, separated by several vent panels.
1.
Securely fasten in place equipment that is not rack mounted, including relays and other
small components. Do not use sticky-back tape.
2.
Connect powered components to 120 VAC outlets on voltage suppressor power bars.
Do not connect to outlets on other components.
3.
Identification:
a.
Legibly identify user-operated system controls and system input / output jacks
using engraved, permanently attached laminated plastic plates or imprinted Lexan
labels. Label equipment and controls within equipment cabinets using similar
labels or printed labels from a label maker or laser printer.
b.
Affix label to rack panel inside cabinet listing name and telephone number of
installer. Appropriate warranty instructions may be included
4.
Fill all unused rack space with blank or vent panels.
5.
Provide manufacture recommended power supplies for all specified equipment.
D.
Volume Limiter/Compressor: Program each zone with a volume limiter/compressor. Install in
central equipment cabinet. Arrange to provide a constant input to power amplifiers.
E.
Conductor Sizing: Unless otherwise indicated, size speaker circuit conductors from racks to
loudspeaker outlets not smaller than No. 18 AWG and conductors from microphone receptacles
to amplifiers not smaller than No. 22 AWG.
F.
Weatherproof Equipment: For units that are mounted outdoors, in damp locations, or where
exposed to weather, install consistent with requirements of weatherproof rating.
3.5
GROUNDING
A.
Ground cable shields and equipment to eliminate shock hazard and to minimize ground loops,
common-mode returns, noise pickup, cross talk, and other impairments.
B.
Signal Ground Terminal: Locate at main equipment cabinet. Isolate from power system and
equipment grounding.
C.
Install grounding electrodes as specified in Section 270526 "Grounding and Bonding for
Communications Systems."
3.6
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A.
Tests and Inspections:
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Power Output Test: Measure electrical power output of each power amplifier at normal
gain settings of 50, 1000, and 12,000 Hz. Maximum variation in power output at these
frequencies must not exceed plus or minus 1 dB.
Signal Ground Test: Measure and report ground resistance at public address equipment
signal ground. Comply with testing requirements specified in Section 270526 "Grounding
and Bonding for Communications Systems."
B.
Inspection: Verify that units and controls are properly labeled and interconnecting wires and
terminals are identified. Prepare a list of final tap settings of paging speaker-line matching
transformers.
C.
Public address system will be considered defective if it does not pass tests and inspections.
D.
Prepare test and inspection reports.
1.
3.7
Include a record of final speaker-line matching transformer-tap settings and signal
ground-resistance measurement certified by Installer..
ADJUSTING
A.
On-Site Assistance: Engage a factory-authorized service representative to provide on-site
assistance in adjusting sound levels, resetting transformer taps, and adjusting controls to meet
occupancy conditions.
B.
Occupancy Adjustments: When requested within [12] months of date of Substantial Completion,
provide on-site assistance in adjusting system to suit actual occupied conditions. Provide up to
[two] visits to Project during other-than-normal occupancy hours for this purpose.
3.8
OWNER TRAINING
A.
Provide on-the-job training by a suitable qualified instructor, to designated personnel, to instruct
them in the operation and maintenance of the systems.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
3.9
Arrange with the equipment manufacturer for such instruction, at no additional cost, in the
event qualified instructors are not available on staff.
System shall be fully tested and adjusted prior to training.
Prepare a written agenda for training at least one week prior to the meeting. Send to
consultants for approval.
Provide a minimum of two (2) hours (minimum) training on the operation and
maintenance of the audio/visual presentation system, at job site. Demonstrate the
functioning equipment at the training session.
Provide all training at no cost to the Owner, including transportation, lodging, meals and
training manuals.
SYSTEM ACCEPTANCE TESTS
A.
System acceptance tests shall not be performed until the initial system checkout has been
completed. The system acceptance tests shall be supervised by the Consultant and shall
consist of the following:
B.
Take a physical inventory of all equipment on site and compare to equipment lists in the
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3.10
Demonstrate the operation of all system equipment.
3.11
Both subjective and objective tests will be required by the Consultant to determine compliance
with the specifications. Provide test equipment specified by the Consultant for these tests.
3.12
Provide all final, "as-built" drawings, manuals, and other required documents.
In the event that the systems are not completely installed or further adjustment is required, or defective
equipment must be repaired or replaced, tests may be suspended or continued at the option of the
Consultant. The Consultant’s return trip shall be paid for by the installer prior to the Consultants return.
3.13
If the need for further adjustments becomes evident during the demonstration and testing,
continue work until the installation operates properly. Included in the continued work shall
include, but not be limited to, changes to or installation of resistive pads, readjustment of
loudspeaker aiming, adjustment of system equalizers, programming changes to the control
system, if in the judgment of the Consultant, these adjustments are required.
3.14
If acceptance of the system is delayed because of defective equipment or because the
equipment does not fulfill this specification, reimburse the Consultant for all time and expenses
of the Consultant for these tests during any extensions of the acceptance-testing period.
3.15
A.
CLEANUP AND REPAIR
Upon completion of the work, remove all refuse and rubbish from and about the premises daily,
and shall leave the relevant areas and equipment clean and in an operational state. Repair any
damage caused to the premises by the installation activities, at no cost to the Owner.
3.16
PROTECTION OF WORK
During the installation, and up to the date of final acceptance, protect finished and unfinished work
against damage and loss. In the event of such damage or loss, replace or repair such work at no cost to
the Owner.
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SECTION 275123 - INTERCOMMUNICATIONS AND PROGRAM SYSTEMS
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
A.
1.2
A.
RELATED DOCUMENTS
Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and
Supplementary Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this
Section.
SUMMARY
The scope of this project is to completely upgrade four Intercom systems in Unit A, B, C, and D
of the Oquirrh building, which includes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
B.
Replace call stations around the building.
Replace all existing speakers; add new speakers as needed.
Reuse all existing cell call buttons.
Replace intercom cables.
Replace intercom control panels in the control rooms.
Replace security electronic panels related to call indicators, door release & lock
buttons, and LEDs only if intercom devices are integrated into security electronic
panels and complete panel replacement is required.
Replace call relays, power supplies, and local wires related to the control panels.
Replace the existing intercom equipment cabinets and equipment.
Section Includes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Supply and install a turnkey intercom systems, to include all equipment and materials,
whether specifically mentioned herein or not, to ensure a complete and operating system.
Generate all submittal information for the complete fabrication, installation and wiring of
the system. Provide the on-site installation and wiring, and provide on-going supervision
and coordination during implementation.
Provide for the initial adjustment of the systems as herein prescribed and provide all test
equipment for the system checkout and acceptance tests. Two weeks prior to the
systems acceptance tests, submit an initial testing and tuning report to be reviewed by
the Consultant showing methods and results for tests performed.
Provide on-the-job training in the operation and maintenance of the systems for
personnel designated by the Owner.
Provide one year warranty for all systems installed, as specified.
Assist the consultant in performing acceptance tests.
Correct problems found during acceptance tests.
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ACTION SUBMITTALS
A.
Product Data: For each type of product indicated.
B.
Shop Drawings: For intercommunications and program systems. Include plans,
elevations, sections, details, and attachments to other work.
1.
2.
3.
Detail equipment assemblies and indicate dimensions, weights, required
clearances, method of field assembly, components, and location and size of each
field connection.
Include scaled drawings for master station that detail built-in equipment.
Wiring Diagrams: For power, signal, and control wiring.
a.
b.
c.
1.4
A.
1.5
A.
B.
C.
Identify terminals to facilitate installation, operation, and maintenance.
Single-line diagram showing interconnection of components.
Cabling diagram showing cable routing.
CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS
Operation and Maintenance Data: For intercommunications and program systems to
include in operation and maintenance manuals.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Installer Qualifications: Manufacturer's authorized representative who is trained and approved
for installation of units required for this Project. and
1.
is licensed to perform work of this type in the project jurisdiction, and
2.
has at least five (5) years of verifiable direct experience with the devices, equipment and
systems of the type and scope specified herein, and
3.
has a minimum of one full-time NICET certified Level II audio systems technician or one
full- time NSCA Certified Electronic Systems Technician (C-EST), or one Infocomm CTSI (Certified Technology Specialist - Installation) systems technician
4.
is a local company with a permanent office/warehouse located within 75 miles of the
jobsite.
The following system contractors are preapproved to bid:
1.
Cache Valley Electric (435)-752-6405
2.
Professional Systems Technology (801)-649-6696
Alternate system contractor will be considered if submitted in accordance with
system contractor qualifications to the A/E office within 8 business days prior to the bid opening
day. Submit years of similar experience, descriptions of sample projects, and resumes of
qualified staff, along with location of office for consideration. Approved alternate vendors and
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integrators will be listed in written addenda.
D.
1.6
Specification Information Requests: Direct any requests for clarification, substitution,
or changes in these specifications or drawings to the AV consultant.
WARRANTY
A.
Warranty the entire system for a minimum of one year from the date of system acceptance by
the Owner. Component warranties shall be honored for the term established by the
manufacturer, if greater than one year.
B.
Activate all manufacturers’ equipment warranties in Owner’s name to commence on the date of
acceptance. In the case of installer modified equipment, the manufacturer’s warranty is
normally voided. In such cases, provide the Owner with a warranty equivalent to that of the
original manufacturer.
C.
Replace defective materials and repair faulty workmanship within 72 hours of discovery at no
cost to the Owner during the period of the warranty.
D.
If, during the warranty period, any component is out of service for more than one week due to
unavailability of parts or service, supply and install an identical new component. If an identical
component is not available, substitute equivalent equipment, but only with approval of the
Owner.
E.
The contractor shall warrant the equipment to be new and free from defects in material and
workmanship, and will, within one year from date of installation, repair or replace any equipment
found to be defective at no cost to owner except in case of obvious abuse.
F.
Owner furnished equipment is not required to be warranted.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
A.
2.2
A.
MANUFACTURERS
Specified in the project drawings.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION OF MANUALLY SWITCHED SYSTEMS
Control Room intercom system
The system allows two way communications between the Control Room and Sallyport.
Program the system to function as follows:
1.
Push Control Room Intercom rocker switch and the system shall:
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3.
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Turn on the system;
b.
Turn on listening mode;
c.
Turn on the rocker switch LED;
d.
Un-mute two Sallyport microphones;
e.
Route the Sallyport microphones to the control room speaker;
Push and hold Push To Talk button:
a.
Mute two Sallyport microphones;
b.
Un-mute the control room microphone;
c.
Route the control room microphone to the Sallyport speakers;
Release the Push To Talk button:
a.
Mute the control room microphone;
b.
Un-mute Sallyport microphones;
c.
Turn on listening mode;
Push Control Room Intercom rocker switch to the other side and the system
shall:
a.
Turn off the system;
b.
Turn off the rocker switch LED;
Panel 1 function controls:
Program the system to function as follows:
1.
Section 1 of Panel 1:
a.
Push down the Dayroom button and the system shall:
x
x
b.
c.
Push the Push To Talk button and the system shall:
x
x
x
Mute the panel microphone;
Turn on the listening mode;
Push Dayroom button again and the system shall:
x
x
2.
Turn off the listening mode;
Route the panel microphone to Dayroom speakers;
Un-mute the panel microphone;
Release Push To Talk button and the system shall:
x
x
d.
Turn on the listening mode;
Turn on Dayroom button LED;
Turn off the Dayroom button LED;
Shut off the system;
Section 2 of Panel 1:
a.
Push Sallyport Call Button, the system shall:
x
b.
Push Dayroom door Call Button and the system shall:
x
x
x
c.
Route the Dayroom door speaker to the intercom amplifier;
Send a call tone to the panel speaker;
Set Dayroom door Intercom button LED to flashing mode;
Push down the intercom button and the system shall:
x
x
d.
Send a call tone to the panel speaker;
Set the LED to solid on mode;
Turn on the listening model;
Push and hold down, or release the Push To Talk button, and the system
shall:
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e.
f.
g.
Allow officers to speak to the caller or to listen to the caller;
x
x
Shut off the system;
Turn off the Intercom LED button;
Rotate the rotary switch to left and the system shall:
x
x
x
Close the door;
Turn on the green LED;
Turn off the red LED;
Rotate the rotary switch to right, the system shall:
Open the door;
Turn off the green LED;
Turn on the red LED;
Section 3 of Panel 1:
a.
Rotate the key switch to one side and the system shall:
x
x
b.
c.
Turn on the panel power;
Turn on the power LED;
Rotate the key switch to the other side and the system shall:
x
x
Turn off the panel power;
Turn off the power LED;
Push and Release Lamp Test button and the system shall:
x
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x
x
x
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Panel 2A and Panel 3 function controls
Refer to the programming for panel 1 above.
1.
Panel 2B function controls
Program the system to function as follows:
2.
Section 1 of panel 2B:
a.
Dayroom button:
Refer to the programming for Section 1 of panel 1 above.
b.
Service Door Button:
Refer to the programming for Section 2 of panel 1 above.
3.
Section 2 and 3 of panel 2B:
a.
Front Door Intercom button:
Refer to the programming for Section 2 of panel 1 above.
b.
Sallyport Intercom Button:
Refer to the programming for Section 2 of panel 1 above.
D.
2.3
A.
Modify the program as requested by the owners’ representatives or by the AV
consultant.
RACEWAYS
Intercommunication and Program System Raceways and Boxes: Comply with
requirements in Section 260110 “Conduit Raceways."
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PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
WIRING METHODS
A.
Wiring Method: Install cables in raceways and cable trays except within consoles,
cabinets, desks, and counters. Conceal raceway and cables except in unfinished
spaces.
1.
Comply with requirements for raceways and boxes specified in Section 260110
“Conduit Raceways."
B.
Wiring within Enclosures: Bundle, lace, and train cables to terminal points with no
excess and without exceeding manufacturer's limitations on bending radii. Provide and
use lacing bars and distribution spools.
3.2
INSTALLATION OF RACEWAYS
A.
Comply with requirements in Section 260110 “Conduit Raceways" for installation of
conduits and wire ways.
B.
Install manufactured conduit sweeps and long-radius elbows whenever possible.
3.3
INSTALLATION OF CABLES
A.
Comply with NECA 1.
B.
General Requirements:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
C.
Terminate conductors; no cable shall contain unterminated elements. Make
terminations only at outlets and terminals.
Splices, Taps, and Terminations: Arrange on numbered terminal strips in
junction, pull, and outlet boxes; terminal cabinets; and equipment enclosures.
Cables may not be spliced.
Secure and support cables at intervals not exceeding 30 inches (760 mm) and not more
than 6 inches (150 mm) from cabinets, boxes, fittings, outlets, racks, frames, and
terminals.
Bundle, lace, and train conductors to terminal points without exceeding
manufacturer's limitations on bending radii. Install lacing bars and distribution
spools.
Do not install bruised, kinked, scored, deformed, or abraded cable. Do not splice
cable between termination, tap, or junction points. Remove and discard cable if
damaged during installation and replace it with new cable.
Cold-Weather Installation: Bring cable to room temperature before dereeling.
Heat lamps shall not be used.
Separation of Wires: Separate speaker-microphone, line-level, speaker-level, and
power wiring runs. Install in separate raceways or, where exposed or in same
enclosure, separate conductors at least 12 inches (300 mm) apart for speaker
microphones and adjacent parallel power and telephone wiring. Separate other
intercommunication equipment conductors as recommended by equipment manufacturer.
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INSTALLATION
A.
Match input and output impedances and signal levels at signal interfaces. Provide matching
networks where required.
B.
Identification of Conductors and Cables: Color-code conductors and apply wire and cable
marking tape to designate wires and cables so they identify media in coordination with system
wiring diagrams.
C.
Weatherproof Equipment: For units that are mounted outdoors, in damp locations, or where
exposed to weather, install consistent with requirements of weatherproof rating.
D.
Speaker-Line Matching Transformer Connections: Make initial connections using tap settings
indicated on Drawings.
E.
Equipment Cabinet:
1.
Install vent panels at top and bottom of equipment cabinets and between components
where possible for maximum ventilation. Locate amplifiers at top of cabinet. Locate
digital signal processors below amplifiers, separated by several vent panels.
1.
Securely fasten in place equipment that is not rack mounted, including relays and other
small components. Do not use sticky-back tape.
2.
Connect powered components to 120 VAC outlets on voltage suppressor power bars.
Do not connect to outlets on other components.
3.
Identification:
a.
Legibly identify user-operated system controls and system input / output jacks
using engraved, permanently attached laminated plastic plates or imprinted Lexan
labels. Label equipment and controls within equipment cabinets using similar
labels or printed labels from a label maker or laser printer.
b.
Affix label to rack panel inside cabinet listing name and telephone number of
installer. Appropriate warranty instructions may be included
4.
Fill all unused rack space with blank or vent panels.
5.
Provide manufacture recommended power supplies for all specified equipment.
3.5
GROUNDING
A.
Ground cable shields and equipment to eliminate shock hazard and to minimize ground loops,
common-mode returns, noise pickup, cross talk, and other impairments.
B.
Signal Ground Terminal: Locate at main equipment cabinet. Isolate from power system and
equipment grounding.
C.
Install grounding electrodes as specified in Section 270526 "Grounding and Bonding for
Communications Systems."
3.6
SYSTEM PROGRAMMING
A.
Programming: Fully brief Owner on available programming options. Record Owner's decisions
and set up initial system program. Prepare a written record of decisions, implementation
methodology, and final results.
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FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
1.
2.
Power Output Test: Measure electrical power output of each paging amplifier at normal
gain settings of 150, 1000, and 2500 Hz. Maximum variation in power output at these
frequencies is plus or minus 3 dB.
Signal Ground Test: Measure and report ground resistance at system signal ground.
Comply with testing requirements in Section 270526 "Grounding and Bonding for
Communications Systems."
A.
Inspection: Verify that units and controls are properly labeled and interconnecting wires and
terminals are identified. Prepare a list of final tap settings of paging speaker-line matching
transformers.
B.
Intercommunications and program systems will be considered defective if they do not pass tests
and inspections.
C.
Prepare test and inspection reports.
3.8
ADJUSTING
A.
On-Site Assistance: Engage a factory-authorized service representative to provide on-site
assistance in adjusting sound levels, resetting transformer taps, and adjusting controls to meet
occupancy conditions.
B.
Occupancy Adjustments: When requested within 12 months of date of Substantial Completion,
provide on-site assistance in adjusting system to suit actual occupied conditions. Provide up to
two visits to Project during other-than-normal occupancy hours for this purpose.
3.9
OWNER TRAINING
G.
Provide on-the-job training by a suitable qualified instructor, to designated personnel, to instruct
them in the operation and maintenance of the systems.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
3.10
A.
Arrange with the equipment manufacturer for such instruction, at no additional cost, in the
event qualified instructors are not available on staff.
System shall be fully tested and adjusted prior to training.
Prepare a written agenda for training at least one week prior to the meeting. Send to
consultants for approval.
Provide a minimum of two (2) hours (minimum) training on the operation and
maintenance of the audio/visual presentation system, at job site. Demonstrate the
functioning equipment at the training session.
Provide programming and software training as required to allow the owners to do any
programming that the supplier is allowed to do during commissioning, testing, service and
field additions or deletions to the system.
Provide all training at no cost to the Owner, including transportation, lodging, meals and
training manuals.
SYSTEM ACCEPTANCE TESTS
System acceptance tests shall not be performed until the initial system checkout has been
completed. The system acceptance tests shall be supervised by the Consultant and shall
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consist of the following:
B.
Take a physical inventory of all equipment on site and compare to equipment lists in the
contract documents.
1.
2.
3.
C.
3.11
A.
3.12
B.
Demonstrate the operation of all system equipment.
Both subjective and objective tests will be required by the Consultant to determine
compliance with the specifications. Provide test equipment specified by the Consultant
for these tests.
Provide all final, "as-built" drawings, manuals, video (DVD format) and other required
documents.
In the event that the systems are not completely installed or further adjustment is required, or
defective equipment must be repaired or replaced, tests may be suspended or continued at the
option of the Consultant. The Consultant’s return trip shall be paid for by the installer prior to
the Consultants return.
1.
If the need for further adjustments becomes evident during the demonstration and
testing, continue work until the installation operates properly. Included in the continued
work shall include, but not be limited to, changes to or installation of resistive pads,
readjustment of loudspeaker aiming, adjustment of system equalizers, programming
changes to the control system, if in the judgment of the Consultant, these adjustments
are required.
2.
If acceptance of the system is delayed because of defective equipment or because the
equipment does not fulfill this specification, reimburse the Consultant for all time and
expenses of the Consultant for these tests during any extensions of the acceptancetesting period.
CLEANUP AND REPAIR
Upon completion of the work, remove all refuse and rubbish from and about the premises daily,
and shall leave the relevant areas and equipment clean and in an operational state. Repair any
damage caused to the premises by the installation activities, at no cost to the Owner.
PROTECTION OF WORK
During the installation, and up to the date of final acceptance, protect finished and unfinished
work against damage and loss. In the event of such damage or loss, replace or repair such
work at no cost to the Owner.
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USP Background Check Form
The following information is needed to perform a Criminal Background
check. All Items must be filled in unless it doesn’t apply to them. (n/a)
Project #:
Full Name:
Date of Birth:
Social Security #: XXX-XX-
Last 4 digits only unless requested
Driver’s License #:
ID# :
State Issued:
(if applies)
Vehicles that will be brought into secured areas to work from will need to be
put on the clearance.
Vehicle Make:
Model:
Plate #:
This information is to be FAXED ONLY to the Attn: Shawn Anderson
Fax # - 801-545-5702.
*NOTE- Mobile Phones and computer laptops etc. are not allowed inside the secured
area.
If you have question about your background check please contactProject Coordinator:
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Utah Department of Corrections
(DRAPER SITE)
OUTSIDE CONTRACTOR RULES AND REGULATIONS
1.
All
contractors,
sub-contractors,
workers,
architects,
etc. must have picture
identification on their person while working at the Prison. A Utah Driver's License or
Driver's License Division I. D. is preferred, but we will accept pictured military I. D., etc.
2.
All contractors, sub-contractors, workers, architects, etc. must have reached at least 18
years of age before they will be allowed to work on Utah Department of Corrections
property.
3.
No unlocked vehicles may be left unattended.
4.
No running vehicles may be left unattended.
5.
No keys may be left in vehicles.
6.
Park all vehicles and equipment away from fences - a minimum of 50 feet.
7.
No solid white work clothes may be worn.
8.
Do not run - especially toward or away from any fence line.
9.
Absolutely No "visiting" with inmates.
10.
Nothing may be given to inmates. Giving contraband to inmates is a felony!
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11.
Nothing may be taken from inmates.
12.
No tools may be left unattended. Unattended tools will be confiscated.
13.
Do not throw away broken or worn out saw blades of any kind at the prison site.
Dispose of them off property, at your home, shop, or office, or you may give them to
the security officer.
14.
Explosive cartridges for Hilti guns, etc. must be locked up and/or strictly supervised at
all times. Cartridge "clips" shall be disposed of away from prison property. This also
includes individual load shell casings. If you have a Hilti gun, etc. in your equipment,
the gate security officer for your construction site must be notified.
15.
No weapons, ammunition, explosives, drugs, alcoholic beverages, poisons, acids or
other dangerous objects or hazardous substances are allowed on prison property.
Tobacco in any form is not allowed inside the secure fences. Contractors who need to
smoke will be required to go outside the secure fences to smoke. Required prescription
"medicines" can be carried in limited daily dosages only. These items will be
confiscated if found and appropriate action will be taken.
16.
Anyone entering prison property is subject to search of his property, person, and
vehicle. Failure to submit to this search will result in expulsion from prison property
and/or arrest upon probable cause.
17.
Any statutory or illegal contraband or other controlled items, as stipulated by this
document, found on a person in a work area or in a vehicle will be confiscated.
Vehicles may also be confiscated.
Any item violating state law will result in an
investigation and/or arrest by the prison Security personnel or local law enforcement
agency. If any statutory or illegal contraband or other controlled items are brought to
the prison a second time, access to prison property will be denied permanently.
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Any person who the officer believes is arriving at the prison impaired by alcohol or
drugs shall be denied access to prison property and may also be detained pending
arrival of an Enforcement Officer who will determine if a citation or arrest is warranted.
19.
When working inside the prison fence lines, all traffic is checked, searched, and cleared
at our main truck gate sally ports. In order to help us expedite your traffic, all trips
through the gates should be limited to those which are absolutely necessary. 'Car
pooling' in company vehicles from the main prison parking areas into the construction
site is required. When checking in through the prison gates, all workers in any and all
vehicles must get out of the vehicle and stand next to it while it is searched and their
identity is verified.
20.
Private vehicles used primarily for transportation will not be allowed into construction
sites. "Company" and/or primary "work" vehicles will be permitted.
21.
Foot traffic into construction sites is encouraged when practical.
22.
Driver's licenses or other picture I.D. of all workers will be taken at the gates to the
construction sites for I.D. and control purposes. A temporary pass from that gate will
be issued to be worn in plain sight while working on site. Upon departure from the
work site, this temporary pass will be returned to the gate that issued the pass and
personal Driver License or other Id will be returned upon exit.
23.
In the event of a prison emergency, i.e., fire, escape, riot, etc., all construction sites
will be secured and traffic to and from the sites halted. Work within the sites will be
allowed to continue normally as long as there is no physical threat to the site(s).
When the emergency has been verified and resolved, the site will be re-opened to
traffic. If evacuation of a site Is necessary, everyone will be expected to gather in one
central location identified by the security officer, and then will be escorted off property
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by security personnel. All emergency situations will be resolved as soon as possible.
24. Work hours for construction within the prison fences will normally be limited strictly to
daylight hours, Monday through Friday. If early morning, late evening, weekend, or
holiday work is planned or needed, the project security staff must be contacted at least
72 hours in advance of approval.
25.
Ex-inmates or parolees are normally not permitted to work on prison projects.
NOTE: Specific limitations may be listed as part of your project specifications. Report
any known or suspected ex-inmates, parolees, or convicted felons to Jerry Jensen/
Facilities Bureau at the Utah State Department of Corrections 557-1223
All contractors, subcontractors, employees, and other personnel working on prison
projects are subject to having a criminal identification check process. Anyone with a
verified record of criminal activity, deemed to pose a potential hazard to prison
security, may be denied access to prison property.
26.
Ladders may not be left unsecured in construction areas at night or on weekends,
holidays, etc. when no work is going on.
A.
Portable ladders must be removed from the work site and secured inside locked
construction trailers or be secured outside of the fenced perimeter at the end of every
workday.
B.
Larger, heavier ladders and scaffolding may, with approval by internal security, be
secured by chains and padlocks to immovable objects within the construction area, but
safely away from all fences.
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Ladders which are not secured as per the above instructions will be
confiscated.
27.
Cutting torches and equipment shall not be left unattended in construction areas. All
cutting torches, fuel tanks, etc. must be maintained on carts or vehicles and be
removed from construction sites at the end of each work day.,
28.
Contractors will not be permitted to store flammable liquids or fuel tanks within the
security fence perimeter. Contractors will be assigned a specific approved storage
area for any such items on request.
29.
No vehicles or motorized construction equipment may be left inside the security fence
perimeter when no construction work going on unless mechanically disabled and proper
authorization is obtained in writing from UDC security.
30.
Contractors are responsible to provide their own portable restrooms for construction
sites. Contractors will not be allowed access to occupied prison facilities to utilize
restrooms unless restrooms are located in the immediate work area.
31.
Contractors will not be given access to the prison dining room for meals unless
construction work is in the specific kitchen/dining room area and the Warden's and
Support Services approval is granted in advance.
32.
All contractors will be required to clean up all construction sites, debris and "extra'
construction supplies from work areas on a daily basis. Construction debris must be
hauled away immediately or placed in a designated disposal site at the prison. Extra
construction supplies must be returned to the designated supply/construction yard or
retained in construction vehicles until the next workday.
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Contractors working at the Draper site on authorized bid projects are responsible to
provide all of their own tools and equipment for the work involved in those projects.
The prison will normally not permit contractor use of state-owned shops, tools, or
equipment.
34.
All contractors working at the Draper site are required to fully comply with all OSHA
work safety requirements; take prudent precautions to protect the work site and
adjacent facilities from damage; and to provide appropriate safety equipment, including
fire extinguisher and other "fire protection devices" for their work areas.
35.
All contractors working at the Draper site are required to take reasonable precautions
to avoid causing damage to the existing facility and its utility lines, etc. in the course of
completing their authorized project. Special attention shall be given to utility lines that
may be buried, or imbedded in walls, under floors, etc. The Draper maintenance staff
will provide the best available information on what lines are known or suspected in any
given area. The contractors are responsible to use due care to eliminate and/or
minimize damages.
When and if damage occurs, the contractors are required to
cooperate fully with prison maintenance or other emergency personnel to assist with
and expedite any repairs required to restore normal prison services and operations.
Negligence or carelessness on the part of any contractor that results in all or part of
any damage will result in that contractor being held liable for all or part of the
damages. In all cases, the extent of any such liability will be negotiated with the
primary or general contractor responsible for the project. In accepting the award of
any project at the Utah State Prison, Draper site, the contractor also agrees to
negotiate any such damages in good faith with prison representatives.
36.
All planned interruptions to utilities (Water, sewer, gas, electrical, steam etc.) Will
require a written request to:
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Jerry Jensen / Facilities Director
14717 So. Minuteman Dr.
Draper, Utah. 84020
This request can also be faxed to (801) 545-5702 attn: Jerry
Please allow least five working days prior to the scheduled outage or interruption.
If
an emergency occurs and the utility service needs to be interrupted to facilitate repairs or to
prevent risk to life or property it is expected that all efforts be made to promptly respond and
correct the problem, and notification to facility maintenance be done so emergency response
can be in-acted to maintain order and proper operation of the institution.
If you have any questions regarding these regulations or need a special exemption,
clarifications, etc., contact Jerry Jensen (801) 557-1223 or email jerryjensen@utah.gov
NOTE: These rules are subject to review and change at any time.
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