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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION AND DESCRIPTION
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REVISED
DIVISION 0 - BIDDING AND CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS
Section 00021
Section 00102
Section 00210
Section 00220
Section 00310
Section 00700
Section 00820
Request for Proposals
Instructions to Offerors
Specific Dates
Soil Investigation Data
Proposal Form
General Conditions
Liquidated Damages
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DIVISION 1 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
Section 01010
Section 01020
Section 01040
Section 01045
Section 01061
Section 01101
Section 01200
Section 01300
Section 01310
Section 01312
Section 01410
Section 01415
Section 01420
Section 01500
Section 01630
Section 01650
Section 01675
Section 01700
Section 01740
Summary of Work
Allowances
Coordination
Cutting and Patching
Building Codes and Permits
Alternates
General Requirements
Submittals
Construction Schedules
Project Meetings
Testing Laboratory Services
Special Inspections
NPDES Storm Water Permitting
Temporary Facilities
Substitutions
Project Record Documents
Final Cleaning
Contract Close-Out
Site Clean-up
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Section 02050
Section 02080
Section 02200
Section 02220
Section 02280
Section 02300
Section 02370
Section 02510
Section 02530
Section 02630
Section 02723
Section 02724
Section 02740
Selective Demolition
Asbestos Removal
Site Preparation
Site Demolition and Structure Moving
Termite Control
Grading
Erosion and Sedimentation Control
Water Distribution
Sanitary Sewerage
Storm Drainage
Foundation Drainage Fabrics
Foundation Drainage System
Flexible Pavement
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DIVISION 2 - SITEWORK (CONTINUED)
Section 02750
Section 02810
Section 02820
Section 02900
Section 02920
Section 02999
Rigid Pavement
Underground Irrigation System
Chain Link Fences and Gates
Planting
Lawns & Grasses
Miscellaneous Work
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DIVISION 3 - CONCRETE
Section 03300
Section 03350
Cast-in-Place Concrete
Concrete Finishes
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Section 04100
Section 04150
Section 04200
Section 04210
Section 04720
Mortar and Grout
Masonry Reinforcement and Accessories
Concrete Unit Masonry
Brick Masonry
Cast Stone
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Steel Joists/ Girders
Steel Deck
Cold-Formed Metal Framing
Miscellaneous Metals & Metal Fabrications
Metal Stairs
Aluminum Ladders
Ornamental Metal Fence
Expansion Control
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Section 05120
Section 05210
Section 05312
Section 05400
Section 05500
Section 05510
Section 05515
Section 05720
Section 05800
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Section 06100
Section 06161
Section 06200
Section 06650
Rough Carpentry
Exterior Gypsum Sheathing
Finish Carpentry and Millwork
Synthetic Stone Countertops
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Section 07100
Section 07150
Section 07160
Section 07190
Section 07210
Sheet Membrane Waterproofing
Dampproofing
Crystalline Waterproofing
Water Repellent Coating
Building Insulation
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DIVISION 7 - THERMAL & MOISTURE PROTECTION (CONTINUED)
Section 07240
Section 07255
Section 07265
Section 07271
Section 07412
Section 07510
Section 07600
Section 07612
Section 07650
Section 07720
Section 07725
Section 07800
Section 07840
Section 07920
Exterior Insulation and
Finish Systems - “EIFS”
Cementitious Fireproofing
Vapor Barrier
Self-Adhered Wall Membrane Air Barriers
& Flashings
Composite Metal Wall System – Wet Seal
Built-up Roofing System
Flashing and Sheet Metal
Preformed Metal Roofing System
Through-Wall Flashing
Roof Hatch
Prefabricated Curbs
Intumescent Fire Resistive Coating
Firestopping
Sealants and Caulking
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DIVISION 8 - DOORS AND WINDOWS
Section 08110
Section 08200
Section 08330
Section 08340
Section 08410
Section 08415
Section 08710
Section 08800
Hollow Metal Doors and Frames
Wood Doors
Overhead Coiling Doors
Coiling Counter Shutters
Aluminum Curtainwall and
Storefront Systems
Aluminum Sliding Doors
Finish Hardware
Glass and Glazing
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Section 09205
Section 09220
Section 09250
Section 09300
Section 09410
Section 09420
Section 09510
Section 09560
Section 09624
Section 09650
Section 09680
Section 09685
Section 09850
Section 09891
Section 09900
Section 09985
Furring & Lathing
Portland Cement Stucco
Gypsum Board Systems
Tile
Epoxy Terrazzo
Precast Terrazzo
Acoustical Ceilings
Wood Gymnasium Flooring System
Resilient Athletic Surfacing
Resilient Flooring
Carpet
Walk-Off Carpet Tile
Acoustical Systems
Textured Wall Coatings
Painting
Concrete Sealer
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DIVISION 10 - SPECIALTIES
Section 10100
Section 10170
Section 10190
Section 10215
Section 10270
Section 10350
Section 10400
Section 10500
Section 10522
Section 10530
Section 10675
Section 10800
Section 10990
Visual Display Boards
Toilet Partitions
Ceiling Track and Curtain
Aluminum Louvers
Access Flooring
Flagpoles
Identifying Devices
Metal Lockers
Fire Extinguishers
Prefabricated Canopies
Metal Storage Shelving
Toilet Accessories
Miscellaneous Building Specialties
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DIVISION 11 - EQUIPMENT
Section 11050
Section 11062
Section 11110
Section 11400
Section 11480
Section 11664
Library Equipment & Wood Shelving
Broadcast Studio Curtains
Commercial Laundry Equipment
Food Service Equipment
Athletic Equipment
Interior Scoreboards
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DIVISION 12 - FURNISHINGS
Section 12305
Section 12310
Section 12492
Section 12610
Section 12665
Science Casework and
Laboratory Equipment
Manufactured Casework
Horizontal Blinds
Fixed Audience Seating
Telescoping Bleachers
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DIVISION 13 - SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION
NONE
DIVISION 14 - CONVEYING SYSTEMS
Section 14240
Section 14243
Hydraulic Elevator
Holeless Hydraulic Elevator
DIVISION 15 - MECHANICAL
Section 15000
Section 15100
Section 15300
Section 15400
Section 15500
Section 15990
Architectural Criteria for
Division 15 Systems
Plumbing
Sprinkler System
Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning
Automatic Temperature Controls and
Energy Management System
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DIVISION 16 - ELECTRICAL
Section 16000
Section 16100
Section 16150
Section 16300
Section 16360
Section 16410
Section 16580
Section 16700
Architectural Criteria for
Division 16 Systems
Electrical
Fire Alarm System
Intercommunications and Program
System
Wireless Clock System
Gymnasium Sound System
TV Studio Stage Equipment
Security System
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Interior Finish Materials List
Exterior Finish Materials List
Door Schedule
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APPENDICES
Appendix A.1
Appendix A.2
Appendix A.3
Appendix B
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INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERORS
RFP 09-18, Osborne High School Rebuild
Cobb County School District
SECTION 00102
INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERORS
1. Contractor's Qualifications: In order to be eligible to respond to this RFP, Contractors must prequalify as outlined in CCSD Board Administrative Rule FGC-R which is available on the CCSD
website, www.cobbk12.org by selecting “Board” link then “Policies & Rules” link. Contractors must
provide proof of previous job experience within 30% of the cost of this project.
2. Major Subcontractors: Major subcontractors will include (Mechanical, Electrical, Civil,
Roofing and Plumbing). The names of these major subcontractors must be submitted with
the RFP. The company information including addresses and their current projects similar
to the scope of this project must be submitted no later than 10:00 AM the next business day
after the RFP closing date. Subcontractors list must be submitted with original proposal, if any
subcontractors change during the evaluation process, the final list must be submitted with the Best
and Final Offer (BAFO). Offeror(s) may be required, at the discretion of the Owner, to furnish
evidence satisfactory to the Owner that his proposed subcontractors have sufficient means and
experience in the types of work called for to assure completion of the contract in a satisfactory
manner. If the Offeror is awarded the contract, the subcontractors proposed shall be the
subcontractors that will perform the work (unless prior approval is obtained from CCSD). CCSD
reserves the right to approve or reject subcontractors submitted by the offeror.
3. Introductory: This solicitation is a Request for Proposal (RFP) and is a “competitive sealed
proposal” process made pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 36-91-21(c). The contract will be awarded to the
responsible and responsive offeror whose proposal is determined in writing to be the most
advantageous to the Cobb County School District (CCSD), taking into account the factors set forth
in this RFP. In order to be entitled for consideration, proposals must be made in accordance with
the following instructions as scheduled in the Request for Proposal, at which time and place the
proposals will be received. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive
technicalities and informalities. See Request for Proposal Invitation for proposal due date and time
for the location of proposal submittal. Offerors must comply with CCSD Board Administrative Rule
FGC-R. Failure to comply with all instructions may be cause for rejection of the proposal.
A. All proposals must be received by the date and time set in the Request for Proposal Invitation.
The proposals will then be opened and evaluated by a committee based on the evaluation
factors discussed in the Proposal Documents. Offeror(s) should make their best effort to satisfy
the requirements at their best price because a contract may be awarded based on the initial
evaluation. If a contract is not awarded based on the initial evaluation, the committee may
afford offerors an opportunity for discussions, negotiations and revisions of their proposals. If
an offeror’s proposal is not evaluated as being within the competitive range, the offeror and its
proposal will be excluded from further evaluation.
B. The committee will evaluate the quality and completeness of each response as it addresses
each requirement of the RFP. All non-cost related areas of the response are evaluated during
this phase. A list of areas being reviewed for this specific RFP, along with the associated point
values is included in the Evaluation Plan below. The committee may in its sole discretion and
in the course of the evaluation request presentation(s)/demonstration(s) with one or more
selected offerors. Responses must satisfactorily meet other requirements before cost is
evaluated.
C. Responsible offerors who are within the “competitive range” and have submitted proposals that
are considered to have a reasonable chance of being selected for contract award may be given
an opportunity to participate in discussions, negotiations, and revisions related to their
proposals. The evaluation committee will not disclose the contents of an offeror’s proposal to
another offeror. At the conclusion of discussions, negotiations, and revisions, best and final
offers (BAFOs) may be solicited from the responsible offerors.
D. The committee will select the proposal that is the most advantageous to CCSD based on the
evaluation factors in the Proposal Documents. The selection will then be presented to the
Cobb County School Board for its approval. If approved by the Board and other matters
(insurance, bonds, etc.) are settled, a contract will be awarded.
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4. The Owner of the proposed work is:
Cobb County School District
514 Glover Street
Marietta, GA 30060
5. The title of the Work will be as indicated in the Request for Proposal Invitation.
6. Architects and Engineers: The Architect of record or his authorized representative, and the
consulting engineer(s) whose seal(s) occur on the Construction Documents will administer the
construction contract.
7. Submission of Proposals: Proposals will consist of a Cost Section and Non-Cost Section. The
proposal cost form must be submitted separately from the rest of your response. One original of
the proposal Cost Section must be submitted in a separate sealed envelope labeled with the
following: Project Name and RFP Number, Company Name, and Cost Proposal. One original along
with 6 (six) sets of all documents related to the Non-Cost Section must be submitted in a sealed
envelope labeled with the following: Project Name and RFP Number, Company Name, and NonCost Proposal. All submissions must be delivered to the Cobb County School District, Procurement
Services Department, 6975 Cobb International Blvd., Kennesaw, GA 30152, Attn: Name of
Procurement contact. Proposals will not be accepted from entities that are currently on any State
of Georgia “Debarred, Suspended or Ineligible” list.
Offerors are instructed to read all terms, conditions and specifications as set forth in the Request
for Proposal carefully. Proposal forms must be completed in their entirety. Responses must be
either typed or written in ink. Any correction made on the proposal form (white out or strike through)
must be initialed by an authorized representative of the company submitting the proposal or the
proposal may be rejected by CCSD. Each offeror is required to furnish all information requested
in the Request for Proposal.
Offerors are to specify the Base Proposal Price and Alternate amounts in both words and figures.
If there is a discrepancy between the amounts written in words and those written in figures, the
amounts written in words shall govern.
Additionally, CCSD requests that all responses be submitted in electronic form via
flash/thumb drive or CD. PDF format is acceptable unless otherwise stated in the Special
Terms and Conditions.
The following is a list of items that should be included in the response and may be used in
the evaluation as detailed in the Evaluation Plan. This list is intended to aid in preparation
and submission of offeror’s response. It may not be all-inclusive. Responsibility rests upon
the offeror to ensure all information requested is provided.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Factors 1 through 4 as outlined in the Evaluation Plan.
Georgia Security And Immigration Compliance Act Affidavits
Non-Collusion Affidavit
Bid Bond with Certificate of Power of Attorney
References
8. Documents: Proposal Documents may be reviewed at the Office of the Architect and at the CCSD
Procurement Services Department.
9. Addenda: Any addendum issued prior to the time the proposal is due shall be covered in the
proposal response and, in closing the Contract, they shall become a part hereof.
10. Interpretation: No oral interpretations will be made to offerors as to the meaning of the proposal
documents. Written inquiries are to be directed to Name of Procurement contact, as indicated on
the Request for Proposal Invitation. Email is the preferred method of communication. Only written
questions received via U.S. mail, email, or facsimile no later than the date and time specified in the
Request for Proposal Invitation will be considered, and failure on the part of the successful offeror
to do so shall not relieve him, as a contractor, of the obligation to execute such work in accordance
with a later interpretation by the Architect. All the interpretations made to the offerors shall be made
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in the form of addenda and/or answers to written questions to the Drawings and Project Manual
and will be posted to the CCSD website.
11. The CCSD Procurement Services Department’s Purchasing Regulations are hereby
acknowledged, understood and agreed to by the parties and are hereby fully incorporated into this
Request for Proposal and the resulting Proposal Contract. Refer to the CCSD Procurement
Services web site for the complete Purchasing Regulations. Go to www.cobbk12.org. From this
screen select “Departments”, choose “Procurement Services” and find the link to CCSD
“Purchasing Regulations”.
12. Communications with CCSD Staff
A. All communications concerning these documents must be submitted in writing to the Cobb
County School District (CCSD) Procurement Services Department either by email, facsimile,
or U.S. mail. Email is the preferred method of communication. Email correspondence is to be
directed to Name of Procurement contact at name.lastname@cobbk12.org. Fax
correspondence is to be sent to (770) 426-3371. Correspondence sent by U.S. mail is to be
sent to CCSD Procurement Services Department., 6975 Cobb International Blvd., Kennesaw,
Georgia 30152, Attn: Name of Procurement contact.
B. No response, other than written, distributed by the Procurement Services Department will be
binding upon CCSD. The Procurement Services Department may call upon User Departments
for clarification in their area of expertise.
C. From the issue date of the Request for Proposal until the completion of the Notice of Award,
all communication regarding these documents must be authorized by the Procurement
Services Department, including but not limited to communications with Cobb County School
District system employees and/or contracted agents related to the Request for Proposal.
Violation of this provision may result in rejection of the offeror’s response.
D. It is the offeror’s responsibility to check the Current Solicitations page on the Cobb County
School District website for any responses to questions or other communications which may
be necessary during the solicitation period. The web address is
http://www.cobbk12.org/centraloffice/Purchasing/CurrentSolicitations.aspx. Addenda, while
posted on the website, will also be distributed to all current, paid plan holders.
13. Additional Terms: The CCSD shall not be bound by any terms and conditions included in any
offeror’s packaging, service catalog, brochure, technical data sheet or other document which
attempts to impose any conditions at variance with or in addition to the terms and conditions
contained in this solicitation. If the offeror objects to any term or condition that shall relate to a
contract resulting from this solicitation, the objection shall be clearly stated on a separate page
entitled “Objection to Term or Condition” and placed in the proposal immediately after the executive
summary. If the objection is accepted by CCSD it will be stated in the contract. If not stated in the
contract the terms and conditions shall remain as written in the solicitation.
14. Evaluation of Proposals: Proposals will be evaluated as outlined in the Evaluation Plan, which is
included in this document.
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15. Bond Requirements:
A. A bid bond (A.I.A. Document A310) payable to the Cobb School District in the amount equal to
5% of the proposal price, must be submitted with the proposal. The bid bond shall be executed
by a surety company, licensed to do business in the State of Georgia listed in the Department
of the Treasury Circular 570, latest revision. The Surety Company shall have an A.M. Best
Company minimum rating with a minimum financial size in accordance with the General
Conditions of the AIA A-201, 2007 and/or the Request for Proposal. No company,
regardless of the size or financial rating, will be allowed to write its own bond. CERTIFIED OR
CASHIER'S CHECKS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IN LIEU OF A BID BOND. The surety
company issuing the bid bond must be the same company that the contractor used in their
qualification.
B. A Performance Bond and Labor and Materials Payment Bond satisfactory to the Owner each
in the amount of 100% of the contract sum will be required of successful offeror to guarantee
delivery of completed work under contract and payment for labor and materials. These bonds
shall be written on the modified A.I.A. Document A-311, 1970 ED, which is included in the
project manual. No company, regardless of size or financial rating, will be allowed to write its
own bonds. The Surety Company shall have an A.M. Best Company minimum rating with
a minimum financial size in accordance with the General Conditions. Bonds must be
accompanied by letter stating bonding company's current rating for verification prior to
acceptance by the Owner and execution of the formal Owner/Contractor agreement.
C. Bonding of Subcontractors: Include in the Base Proposal, Performance and Labor and
Materials Payment Bonds, each in the amount of 100% of the subcontract sum, for each
Subcontractor having a contract of $50,000.00 or more for Roofing, HVAC, Plumbing, Sprinkler
System and Electrical work. The Surety Company shall have an A.M. Best Company
minimum rating with a minimum financial size in accordance with the General
Conditions.
D. Bid Surety Bond and Performance and Labor and Material Payment Bonds must be
accompanied by a Certificate of Power of Attorney showing that the party who executed the
bonds is authorized to do so by the surety company.
16. Contract Award: Cobb County School District reserves the right to award the project on whatever
basis is in the interest of the Owner and to accept or reject any or all proposals and to waive
technicalities and informalities. The Owner reserves the right to accept or reject additive alternates
in any order that is in their best interest, deductive alternates will be accepted in the numerical order
that they appear on the proposal documents. Proposals which contain irregularities or
qualifications of any kind or which do not comply with the Contract Documents are subject to being
rejected and returned to the offeror without having been read and entered in the proposal
tabulation.
17. Contract Form: The form of Agreement will be AIA Document A101- 2007 edition, Standard Form
of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor where the Basis of Payment is a Stipulated Sum,
and the form of General Conditions will be AIA Document A201-2007 edition, General Conditions
for the Contract of Construction, in each case as modified by Owner. The agreement form will be
prepared by the Architect for the Owner and issued to the Contractor for execution and returned to
the Owner for signature. Executed bonds and insurance certificate must be submitted to the Owner
by the Contractor within ten (10) days of the date of the Notice of Award.
18. Samples: If required by the Owner, the successful offeror will submit samples of items they propose
to furnish before any award is made.
19. Pre-proposal conference: A pre-proposal conference may be held at a date and location to be
announced in the Request for Proposal Invitation.
20. Inspection and Testing for Asbestos Content of Building Materials:
NOTICE!
Building materials which are scheduled to be incorporated into the work under the agreement shall
first either be certified by the Manufacturer to be asbestos free or be inspected and tested by
accredited parties and certified to be free of asbestos content in accordance with by EPA, AHERA,
and 1982 School Rules.
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"Asbestos" means the Asbestiform varieties of: Chrysotile (Serpentine), Crocidolite (Riebecrite),
Ammosite (cummingtonite-grunerite), Anthophyllite, Tremolite and Actinolite.
Materials shall not be incorporated into the work prior to the receipt of either manufacturer
certification or accredited laboratory test results indicating the building material is asbestos free.
Copies of the test reports shall be furnished to the Owner and the Architect.
The Owner reserves the right to inspect and take samples at random at the job site. Materials
containing asbestos shall be removed immediately at the Contractor's expense using current EPA
protocol for the removal of asbestos containing materials.
21. Fees: The Owner will pay for Sewer Impact Fees, Water Tap Fees, and Water Meter Fees for work
performed by the Cobb County Water Department. The Contractor will pay for all remaining work.
Costs for temporary water, gas, telephone and power services will be paid for by the Contractor.
The owner will pay for utility costs starting on the date of Substantial Completion.
22. Work in existing buildings: The contractor shall, at no additional cost to the Owner, remove, store
and reinstall existing furniture, fixtures and equipment required to be moved to accomplish the
work.
23. Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) in Existing Buildings: When building materials containing
asbestos are present in areas of the existing building to be renovated, and it is necessary to remove
those materials to accomplish the work, and those materials are identified in the Project Manual,
or on the Drawings, the contractor shall remove and dispose of the material in accordance with
requirements of the governing authorities, at no additional cost to the Owner. If the presence of
the (ACM) is not identified in the documents, the Contractor shall proceed as provided in Article 10
of the General Conditions.
24. Background Checks: CCSD requires vendor to perform background checks on any employee or
sub-contractor who will be working on the CCSD property (delivery personnel excluded). A
Comprehensive criminal history background check to include both GCIC and NCIC is required on
each applicant assigned to CCSD. Minimum findings that warrant exclusion include:
A.
B.
C.
D.
Any felony conviction
Any drug conviction
Any crime against children
Any sex-related conviction
Background checks must be provided to the CCSD Human Resources Department upon request
by the CCSD.
Please note: It is preferred that all necessary checks be completed prior to employee beginning
work. If business demands warrant assignment before the check is completed, then it is acceptable
for employee to begin assignment as long as the background check is in progress and the
application for employment does not list offenses of any type. CCSD must be informed of any
employee assigned without completed background check and the results must be on file within 30
days.
25. Conflict of Interest: Please refer to Board Policy, BHA, Conflict of Interest, located on the Cobb
County School District website at www.cobbk12.org under “Board”, then “Policies & Rules”.
26. Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act OCGA 13-10-90:
Contractor’s full compliance with all applicable federal and state security and immigration laws,
including without limitation the Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act as amended,
O.C.G.A. §13-10-90, O.C.G.A. §13-10-91, and Georgia Department of Labor Rule 300-10-1, et.
seq. is a condition to the bid proposal and contract. Contractors are required to affirm compliance
by completing and returning the Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Documents with
Contractor’s response.
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EVALUATION PLAN
Cobb County School District
Request for Proposal 09-18
Osborne High School Rebuild
February 14, 2018
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Cobb County School District
This Evaluation Plan is intended for the evaluation of Cobb County School District
Request for Proposal (RFP) 09-18, Osborne High School Rebuild. A committee
comprised of representatives from SPLOST Management and Procurement Services will
evaluate the proposal responses on the basis of the evaluation criteria set forth herein,
which include both non-cost and cost factors. Cost will not be the sole determining factor
in the award.
The committee will evaluate the proposals in a multi-stage process. In the first stage, the
committee will evaluate the non-cost criteria (i.e. Factors 1-3). The non-cost criteria will
be evaluated for quality and completeness and to ensure that all mandatory requirements
of the RFP are addressed satisfactorily. All non-cost related areas of the response are
evaluated during this phase. The information pertaining to the non-cost factors may be
obtained from the A-305 and/or any other documentation submitted with contractor’s
proposal. A clear and detailed response in each area is expected in order for a thorough
and accurate evaluation of the RFP to occur. The committee may request additional
clarification/information from the responding contractor(s). Failure to organize responses
in required format may affect evaluation scores. Any proposals that do not include all
required information may be considered non-responsive and disqualified.
Factors being considered for the evaluation criteria of this specific RFP, along with their
associated point values are listed below. Failure to address these areas in your response
will result in lower non-cost scoring. Offeror must reference each section as listed below
in their proposal.
1) FACTOR 1, PROJECT APPROACH
Offeror’s understanding of the project in terms of constructability, overall project
scope and proposed schedule. Topics considered in this category include but are
not limited to:
A. Describe the methodology and approach that will be used to complete this
project.
B. Provide details of an established safety program including EMR rating.
C. Provide a project-specific detailed construction schedule along with a
logistics plan that indicates project will achieve substantial completion by
required date.
2) FACTOR 2, EXPERIENCE OF PROPOSED PROJECT TEAM
Provide resumes outlining the qualifications and experience of proposed Project
Manager, Superintendent and other key personnel who will be assigned to this
project. Include project lists for each team member, including their roles on the
project for the past three years. Indicate if experience is with a different employer.
3) FACTOR 3, OFFEROR OVERVIEW
Company History, Bonding Capacity, Financial Statements (for the 3 most recent
years), Defaults (past 3 years), and Litigation (past 3 years). This information will
be obtained from the AIA A-305 submitted with your proposal.
Topics considered in this category include but are not limited to:
A. CCSD’s experience with offeror, if applicable.
B. Offeror demonstrates appropriate experience in K-12 education projects
C. History of working with public entities on projects of a similar scope
D. Offeror’s background and history in the local area indicate stability and the
potential to successfully perform this contract for the duration of the program
and during the warranty period
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E. Offeror’s company organization and structure
F. Offeror’s financial statement indicates a strong and stable financial
condition and ability to perform successfully
G. Previous defaults indicating lack of ability to successfully perform contract
4) FACTOR 4, COST
Components in cost to include:
A. Offeror’s lump-sum cost of construction and related services together with
requested unit pricing.
B. The cost used for evaluation will be based on acceptance of all alternates,
if alternates are requested in the RFP documents. CCSD reserves the right,
once the highest scoring offeror is determined, to select alternates that
would allow the project to stay within budget.
Scoring of Evaluation Criteria Factors (points may vary per project)
Points
Possible
100
#
1.
Description
Project Approach
2.
Experience Of Proposed Project Manager
And Superintendent
Offeror Overview
175
Non- Cost Subtotal
350
Initial Cost
150
TOTAL
500
3.
4.
75
The non-cost component of proposals (total of factors items 1 – 3) can receive a
maximum of 350 points out of 500 points possible. Cost will be scored for only those
proposals that receive 70% or more of total non-cost points (245 or more points).
In the second stage, the proposals which received 70% or more of the total non-cost
points will have their cost evaluated. The Cost Evaluation Formula: (Lowest Price/Rwhere “R” represents the cost of proposal currently being ranked) x Points = Score.
The scores on the non-cost and cost criteria will then be combined to determine
vendors within the competitive range.
During the third and final phase, a short list of offerors may be selected. Negotiations,
interviews, and/or presentations may be conducted with one or more of the
responsible contractors on the short list. The evaluation committee may evaluate the
information obtained during this phase and provide a score for this category.
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#
Description
Non-Cost Score
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Points
Possible
350
Initial Cost
150
Contractor Interviews/Presentations, if
applicable
TOTAL
100
600
After the second and/or third phase(s), the contractors in the competitive range and/or
short list will then be given the opportunity to submit a best and final offer (“BAFO”)
cost. A final score for each contractor will be computed based upon replacing the
“Cost” category score with scoring based upon the BAFO Cost. BAFO Cost
Evaluation Formula: (Lowest Price/R-where “R” represents the cost of proposal
currently being ranked) x Points = Score.
#
Description
Non-Cost Score
Points
Possible
350
BAFO Cost
150
Contractor Interviews/Presentations, if
applicable
TOTAL
100
600
After tabulation of the final scores, a selection will be made.
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Cobb County School District
REFERENCES (Provide your company references):________________________,
Insert Your Company Name
Date Submitted
All responding contractors have provided references with their prequalification statement. However, CCSD
has the right to contact additional references. Please provide those references on the form below. It is the
contractor’s responsibility to provide complete and accurate information, completing ALL fields. Failure to
do so can result in CCSD being unable to verify past work and to determine whether the contractor is
responsive and responsible. Do not list CCSD as a reference, however CCSD reserves the right to consider
its own past experience(s) with contractor.
Company/Entity:
Address:
Telephone:
Contact:
Fax:
Contact Email:
Name of Project/Scope
of work/Delivery
Method
Project Cost
Architect
Name/Company:
Architect Phone:
Company/Entity:
Address:
Telephone:
Contact:
Project Dates
Architect Email:
Fax:
Contact Email:
Name of Project/Scope
of work/Delivery
Method
Project Cost
Architect
Name/Company:
Architect Phone:
Company/Entity:
Address:
Telephone:
Contact:
Project Dates
Architect Email:
Fax:
Contact Email:
Name of Project/Scope
of work/Delivery
Method
Project Cost
Architect
Name/Company:
Architect Phone:
Project Dates
Architect Email:
Company Name: ____________________________________________
END OF SECTION
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Cobb County School District
GEORGIA SECURITY AND IMMIGRATION COMPLIANCE ACT, AS AMENDED BY
THE ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION REFORM ACT OF 2011, OCGA 13-10-90, ET AL.
TO ALL PROSPECTIVE CONTRACTORS:
If you are providing services as defined on the previous page, the applicable Georgia Security and Immigration
Compliance documents found here must be completed, signed, notarized and submitted with your bid.
1)
The Cobb County School District shall comply with the Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act, as
amended, Act OCGA 13-10-90 et. seq.,
2)
In order to insure compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA), P.L. 99-603 and the
Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act, as amended by the Illegal Immigration Reform Act of 2011,
OCGA 13-10-90 et. seq., (collectively the “Act”) the Contractor (“Contractor”) MUST INITIAL the statement
applicable to Contractor below:
(a) ________
(Initial here)
Contractor warrants that, Contractor has registered at https://everify.uscis.gov/enroll/ to verify information of all new employees in order to comply with the Act; is authorized
to use and uses the federal authorization program; will continue to use the authorization program throughout
the contract period; Contractor further warrants and agrees Contractor shall execute and return any and all
affidavits required by the Act and the rules and regulations issued by the Georgia Department of Labor as set
forth at Rule 300-10-1-.01 et.seq; OR
(b) ______ (Initial here) Contractor represents and warrants that it has no employees and does not intend to hire
employees to perform contractual services and thus has provided a U.S. state-issued driver’s license or ID
card in lieu of an affidavit if, which license or ID card was issued by a State that verifies lawful immigration
status before issuing the license of ID card. If my status changes I will, before hiring any employees,
immediately notify the District in writing and provide all affidavits required. (Complete the Affidavit of No
Employees); OR
(c) _____(Initial here) Contractor represents and warrants that it does not physically perform any service within
the State of Georgia pursuant to O.C.G.A. 13-10-90 et al. and thus does not have to comply with the foregoing
Georgia law.
3) _____ (Initial here) Contractor will not employ or contract with any subcontractor in connection with a covered
contract unless the subcontractor is registered, authorized to use, and uses the federal work authorization
program; and provides Contractor with all affidavits required by the Act and the rules and regulations
issued by the Georgia Department of Labor as set forth at Rule 300-10-1-.01 et.seq.
4) _____ (Initial here) Contractor agrees that, if Contractor employs or contracts with any subcontractor in
connection with the covered contract under the Act and DOL Rule 300-10-1-.02, that Contractor will
secure from each subcontractor at the time of the contract the subcontractor’s name and address, the
employee-number applicable to the subcontractor, the date the authorization to use the federal work
authorization program was granted to subcontractor; the subcontractor’s attestation of the subcontractor’s
compliance with the Act and Georgia Department of Labor Rule 300-10-1-.2.; and the subcontractor’s
agreement not to contract with subcontractors unless the subcontractor is registered, authorized to use,
and uses the federal work authorization program; and provides subcontractor with all affidavits required
by the Act and the rules and regulations issued by the Georgia Department of Labor as set forth at Rule
300-10-1-.01 et. seq.
5)
(Initial here) Contractor agrees to provide the Cobb County School District with all affidavits of compliance
as required by O.C.G.A. § 13-10-90 et seq. and Georgia Department of Labor Rule 300-10-1-.02, 300-10-1.03, 300-10-1-.07 and 300-10-1-.08 within five (5) business days of receipt.
6)
(Initial here) Contractor is a foreign company and therefore not required to provide the affidavit as required
by O.C.G.A. § 13-10-90 et seq. Contractor must comply with any other laws required to perform services in
the United States, including but not limited to having an appropriate visa.
Company Name:
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CONTRACTOR AFFIDAVIT AND AGREEMENT
By executing this affidavit, the undersigned contractor verifies its compliance with O.C.G.A. 13-10-91, and attests under
oath that:
(1) The individual, firm, or corporation (“Contractor”) which is contracting with the Cobb County School District has
registered with, is authorized to use, uses, and will continue throughout the contract term to use and participate in,
a federal work authorization program [any of the electronic verification of work authorization programs
operated by the United States Department of Homeland Security or any equivalent federal work authorization
program operated by the United States Department of Homeland Security to verify information of newly hired
employees, pursuant to the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA), P.L. 99-603], in accordance
with the applicability provisions and deadlines established in O.C.G.A. 13-10-91, as amended. As of the
effective date of O.C.G.A. 13-10-91, the applicable federal work authorization program is the “EEV/Basic
Pilot Program” operated by the U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Bureau of the U.S. Department
of Homeland Security, in conjunction with the Social Security Administration (SSA).
(2) Contractor’s correct user identification number and date of authorization is set forth herein below.
(3) Contractor agrees that the Contractor will not employ or contract with any subcontractor(s) in connection with the
physical performance of services pursuant to this contract with the Cobb County School District, unless at the
time of the contract said subcontractor:
(a) is registered with and participates in the federal work authorization program;
(b) provides Contractor with a duly executed, notarized affidavit with the same affirmations,
agreements, and information as contained herein and in such form as required under applicable
law; and
(c) agrees to provide Contractor with notice of receipt and a copy of every subcontrac tor Affidavit or
other applicable verification procured by subcontractor at the time of contract with the
subcontractor(s) within five (5) business days after receiving the said Affidavit or verification.
Contractor agrees to maintain records of such compliance and to provide notice of receipt and a copy of
each such subcontractor Affidavit or other permissible verification to the Cobb County School District at the time
the subcontractor(s) is retained to perform such service or within five (5) days after receiving the said Affidavit or
verification, whichever first occurs.
(4) Contractor further agrees to and shall provide Cobb County School District with copies of all other affidavits or
other applicable verification received by Contractor (i.e.: subcontractor affidavits and all other lower tiered
affidavits) within five (5) days of receipt.
________________________
Date of Authorization
EEV/Basic Pilot Program User Identification Number
Note: Should be a 4 to 6 digit number.
If an applicable Federal work authorization program as described above is used, other than the EEV/Basic Pilot Program, please
identify the program.
Company Name / Contractor Name
BY:
Signature of Authorized Officer or Agent
Date
Title of Authorized Officer or Agent of Contractor
Printed Name of Authorized Officer or Agent
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN BEFORE ME ON THIS THE
DAY OF
, 20
Notary Public
____________________________
My Commission Expires
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Cobb County School District
SUBCONTRACTOR AFFIDAVIT
By executing this affidavit, the undersigned subcontractor verifies its compliance with O.C.G.A. 13-10-91, and attests
under oath that:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
The undersigned individual, firm or corporation (“Subcontractor”) is engaged in the physical performance of
services under a contract with ________________________ (name of contractor), which has a contract with the
Cobb County School District.
Subcontractor has registered with, is authorized to use, uses, and will continue throughout the contract term to
use and participate in, a federal work authorization program [any of the electronic verification of work authorization
programs operated by the United States Department of Homeland Security or any equivalent federal work
authorization program operated by the United States Department of Homeland Security to verify information of
newly hired employees, pursuant to the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA), P.L. 99-603], in
accordance with the applicability provisions and deadlines established in O.C.G.A. 13-10-91. As of the effective
date of O.C.G.A. 13-10-91, the applicable federal work authorization program is the “EEV/Basic Pilot Program”
operated by the U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Bureau of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security,
in conjunction with the Social Security Administration (SSA).
Subcontractor’s correct user identification number and date of authorization is set forth herein below.
Subcontractor agrees that the Subcontractor will not employ or contract with any subcontractor(s) in connection
with the physical performance of services pursuant to this subcontract or the contract with the Cobb County
School District, unless said subcontractor:
(a)
(b)
is registered with and participates in the federal work authorization program;
provides Subcontractor with a duly executed, notarized affidavit with the same affirmations, agreements,
and information as contained herein and in such form as required under applicable law; and
(c)
agrees to provide Subcontractor with notice of receipt and a copy of every subcontractor Affidavit or other
permissible verification procured by subcontractor at the time the subcontractor(s) is retained to perform
such service or within five (5) days after receiving the said Affidavit or verification, whichever first occurs.
Subcontractor agrees to maintain records of such compliance and to provide notice of receipt and a copy of
each such subcontractor Affidavit or other applicable verification to the Contractor at the time the subcontractor(s)
is retained to perform such service or within five (5) days after receiving the said Affidavit or verification, whichever
first occurs.
_____________________________
Date of Authorization
EEV/Basic Pilot Program User Identification Number
If an applicable Federal work authorization program as described above is used, other than the EEV/Basic Pilot Program, please
identify the program.
Company Name / Sub-contractor Name
BY: Signature of Authorized Officer or Agent (of Subcontractor)
_____________________________
Date
Title of Authorized Officer or Agent of Subcontractor
Printed Name of Authorized Officer or Agent
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN BEFORE ME ON THIS THE
, 20
Notary Public
DAY OF
____________________________
My Commission Expires
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AFFIDAVIT OF NO EMPLOYEES
The undersigned, in connection with a proposed contract or subcontract with the Cobb County School District for the
physical performance of service in the State of Georgia (the “Contract”), hereby affirms and certifies under penalties of
perjury that:
(a) I am a sole proprietor.
(b) I do not employ any other persons.
(c) I do not intend to hire any employees to perform the Contract.
(d) A true, correct and complete copy of my driver’s license is attached hereto.
(e) If at any time hereafter I determine that I will need to hire employees to satisfy or complete the physical performance
of services under the Contract then before hiring any employees, I will:
(i.)
immediately notify the School District in writing; and
(ii.)
register with, participate in and use, a federal work authorization program operated by the United States
Department of Homeland Security or any equivalent federal work authorization program operated by the
United States Department of Homeland Security to verify information of newly hired employees,
pursuant to the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA), P.L. 99-603], in accordance with
the applicability provisions and deadlines established in O.C.G.A. 13-10-91, as amended; and
(iii.)
Provide the School District with all affidavits required by O.C.G.A. § 13-10-90 et seq. and Georgia
Department of Labor Rule 300-10-1-.02, 300-10-1-.03, 300-10-1-.07 and 300-10-1-.08.
Print Company Name / Name of Sole Proprietor
BY: Signature of Authorized Officer/Agent
Date
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN BEFORE ME ON THIS THE
, 20
DAY OF
Notary Public
____________________________
My Commission Expires
[Attach copy of driver’s license]
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Cobb County School District
DOCUMENT 00480
NON-COLLUSION AFFIDAVIT
1.01
GENERAL
A.
The Non-Collusion Affidavit shall be executed by offeror and submitted with the proposal.
B.
Failure to submit this affidavit, filled out and signed in its entirety, shall result in the proposal being
deemed non-responsive.
State of Georgia
County of ____________________________ SS
__________________________________________, being first duly sworn, deposes and says that he or she
(Name of person signing Offer)
_____________________________ of _________________________________ is the party making the
(Title of Signer)
(Name of Licensee Proposing)
foregoing proposal, the proposal is not made in the interest of, or on behalf of, any undisclosed person, partnership,
company, association, organization, or corporation; the offer is genuine and not collusive or sham; the offeror has not
directly or indirectly induced or solicited any other offeror to put in a false or sham offer, and has not directly or indirectly
colluded, conspired, connived, or agreed with any offeror or anyone else to put in a sham offer, or anyone shall refrain
from proposing; that the offeror has not in any manner, directly or indirectly, sought by agreement, communication, or
conference with anyone to fix the price of the offeror or any other offeror, or to fix any overhead, profit, or cost element
of the proposal price, or of that any other offeror, or to secure any advantage against the public body awarding the
contract of anyone interested in the proposed contract; that all statements contained in the proposal are true; and,
further, the offeror has not, directly or indirectly, submitted his or her proposal price or any breakdown thereof, or the
contents thereof, or divulged information or data relative thereto, or paid, and will not pay, any fee to any corporation,
partnership, company association, organization, offer depository, or to any member or agent thereof to effectuate a
collusive or sham offeror.
Offeror Name
_________________________________________________________
Name as it appears on Business License
Check One:
IRS Employers Identification Number: ______________________
Partnership
Sole Ownership _____
_____
Corporation
_____
Address_________________________________________________Phone (_____) __________________
City _______________________________ State _____ Zip Code ___ FAX
(_____) ______________________
“The signature below binds offeror to all the stated conditions and offeror certifies under penalty of perjury under the laws
of the State of Georgia the foregoing is true and correct.”
By_____________________________________________________________________________________
Print Name
Signature and Title
(Affidavit shall be signed in cursive by offeror or an authorized representative of offeror. Do not type or use rubber stamp.)
Dated this __________________________ day of ____________________ 20 _______
(THIS DOCUMENT CANNOT BE ALTERED, MODIFIED, OR CHANGED.)
[Failure to submit this form shall render the proposal non-responsive]
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Cobb County School District
Vendor Payment Questionnaire
1. What type of payments do you accept? (Check all that apply.)
a. Check
☐
b. Automated Clearing House (ACH)
☐
c. Wire Transfer
☐
d. Procurement Card
☐
e. Credit Card (to pay invoices)
☐
f.
☐
ePayables (type of credit card to pay invoices)
2. For any type of payment not checked in question 1, would you consider it as an option?
Yes
☐
No
☐
3. If you responded yes to question 2, which type(s) would you consider?
4. Do the prices submitted include all costs associated with various type of payments?
Yes
☐
No
☐
5. If you responded no to question 4, what associated costs would be added to the price(s)?
6. Comments:
Company Name:
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CCSD-0811/9002
CGLS-16005
Issued 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
10270 - 1
Access Flooring
SECTION 10270
ACCESS FLOORING
1.0
GENERAL
1.1
SUBMITTALS:
1.2
1.3
A.
Product Data: Include manufacturer's product description and
installation instructions. Include finishes, fasteners, typical details
and special perimeter conditions and penetration treatments.
B.
Shop Drawings: Include dimensioned grid layout, details of
components indicating materials, finishes, fasteners and typical and
special perimeter conditions, accessories, under-structure and
penetrations and interruptions of flooring system
B.
Certification: Submit with shop drawings a certificate from an
independent testing laboratory certifying:
1.
Specified design strengths.
2.
Flame spread ratings.
3.
Electrical resistances.
JOB CONDITIONS:
A.
Schedule installation of access flooring to proceed after completion
of work of other trades within the space with the exception of work
related to the floor system. Prohibit construction traffic in areas in
which access floor is being installed.
B.
Coordinate installation of access flooring with work of other trades
to insure placement of anchors and grommets.
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
Design Requirements:
1.
Maximum pedestal axial load: 8000 lbs.
2.
Panel live load: 375 lbs./sq.ft. with maximum deflection of
0.040”.
3.
Concentrated panel load: 1200 lbs./sq.ft. at any location
with maximum deflection of 0.080”.
4.
Permanent deflection: 0.010” at design load.
5.
Ultimate panel load carrying capacity: Minimum two (2)
times design strength.
6.
Air leakage of under floor plenum: Maximum 1.6 CFM per
linear foot of panel joint at a static pressure of 0.50.
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CCSD-0811/9002
CGLS-16005
Issued 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
7.
8.
9.
B.
Electrical resistance rate: 1.5 x 105 to 2 x 1010 ohms at 45%
to 55% relative humidity.
Panel-to-under-structure (metal-to-metal) contacts shall
have not more than 10 ohms resistance; grounding clips
shall be attached to the stringers as required.
Components shall be products of a single manufacturer.
Acceptable tolerances:
1.
Panel flatness: ±0.02” in diagonal measurement.
2.
Panel length: ±0.02”.
3.
Panel squareness:
±0.02” in length.
2.0
PRODUCTS
2.1
ACCESS FLOOR SYSTEM:
2.2
10270 - 2
Access Flooring
A.
Acceptable Manufacturers; subject to compliance with specified
requirements:
1.
Access Floor Systems, Inc.
2.
ASM Modular Systems, Inc.
3.
Computer Environments, Inc.
5.
Tate Access Floors, Inc.
b.
System Description: Steel covered wood core floor panel system
supported on modular stringer understructure as specified.
FLOOR PANELS:
A.
Type: Manufacturer's steel-covered wood core panels.
1.
Design: Floor panels shall be of modular design and
interchangeable with other standard field panels, easily
placed and removed without disturbing adjacent panels or
under structure by one person using a portable lifting
device, free of exposed metal edges in installed position
with floor covering in place.
2.
Construction: Fabricate panels with 1 inch thick density
particle board core, laminated to top and bottom face sheets
of zinc-coated sheet steel.
a.
Enclose edges of core with upturned, die-formed
edge of bottom sheet or with perimeter steel channel
welded to top sheet and welded or bonded to bottom
sheet.
b.
Provide panels with flame spread rating of 25 or less
when teated per ASTM E84-17a.
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CCSD-0811/9002
CGLS-16005
Issued 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
2.3
2.4
10270 - 3
Access Flooring
B.
Nominal Panel Size: 24 inches by 24 inches.
C.
Fabrication Tolerances:
Fabricate panels to the following
tolerances with squareness tolerances expressed as the difference
between diagonal measurements from corner to corner.
1.
Size and squareness: Plus or minus 0.015 inch of required
size, with a squareness tolerance of plus or minus 0.015
inch, unless tolerances are otherwise indicated for a specific
panel type.
2.
Flatness: Plus or minus 0.020 inch measured on a diagonal
on top of panel.
FLOOR PANEL COVERING:
A.
Covering: Cover tops of floor panels to comply with requirements
specified for material, color and pattern.
B.
Laminated Flooring Tile: Provide laminated flooring tile complying
with the following requirements:
1.
Grade: Meeting ANSI/NEMA standard, Grade HDH, for
High-Pressure Decorative Plastic Laminate, minimum
0.118” thickness.
2.
Color: to be selected by the Architect from Manufacturer’s
standard selection.
UNDER-STRUCTURE:
A.
Pedestals: Provide manufacturer’s standard pedestal assembly,
including base, column with provisions for height adjustment, and
head (cap); made either of steel or aluminum or a combination of
both.
1.
Base: Square or circular base with not less than 16 square
inches of bearing area.
2.
Provide vibration-proof mechanism for making and holding
fine adjustments in height for leveling purposes over a
range of note less than 2 inches. Include means of locking
leveling mechanism at a selected height, which requires
deliberate action to change height setting and prevents
vibratory displacement.
3.
Fabricate units of sufficient height to provide required underfloor clearance.
4.
Head: Type designed for direct, non-bolted support of
panels.
a.
Provide sound deadening pads or gaskets at contact
points between heads and panels.
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Stringer System: Provide manufacturer’s bolted stringer system.
1.
Stringer system shall be manufacturer's standard modular
design, fabricated to interlock with pedestal head and to
form a grid pattern with members under each edge of each
floor panel and with a pedestal under each corner of each
floor panel. Protect steel components against corrosion
with manufacturer’s standard galvanized or paint finish.
2.
System shall be fabricated with main and cross stringers
connected to pedestals with threaded fasteners accessible
from above.
a.
Provide continuous gasket at contact surfaces
between panel and stringers to deaden sound, and
where required to maintain panel alignment and
position.
b.
Provide stringer which support each edge of each
panel where required to meet design load criteria.
ACCESSORIES:
A.
Colors and Finishes: Black for accessories exposed to view in
completed installation.
B.
Cutouts: Fabricate cutouts in floor panels to accommodate cable
penetrations and service outlets, if any. Comply with requirements
indicated for size, shape, number and location.
Provide
reinforcement or additional support, if needed, to make panels with
cutouts comply with standard performance requirements.
1.
Fit cutouts with manufacturer’s standard grommets in sizes
indicated.
a.
Where size of cutouts exceed maximum grommet
size available, trim edge of cutouts with
manufacturer’s standard plastic molding having
tapered top flange.
b.
Furnish removable covers for grommets.
2.
Provide foam rubber pads for sealing annular space formed
in cutouts by cables and trim edge of cutout with molding
having flange and ledge for capturing and supporting pads.
C.
Service Outlets: Manufacturer’s standard UL-listed and labeled
assemblies, for recessed mounting flush with top of floor panels,
designed and fabricated to accommodate power, communication,
and signal cables, and complying with the following requirements:
1.
Structural performance: Cover capable of supporting a
1,000 lbf concentrated load.
2.
Cover and box type: Hinged cover with opening for
passage of cables when cover is closed and including frame
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and steel box or formed steel plate for mounting of electrical
receptacles.
Location: Locate outlets in center of panel quadrant, unless
noted otherwise.
D.
Panel Lifting Device: Manufacturer’s standard portable lifting
device of type and number required for lifting panels with floor
covering provided. Provide two lifting devices of each type required
as part of project close-out.
E.
Perimeter Support:
Where indicated, provide manufacturer’s
standard aluminum extrusion to support panel edge and form
transition between access flooring and adjoining floor covering at
same level as access flooring.
3.0
EXECUTION
3.1
PREPARATION:
3.2
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A.
Pre-Installation Adhesive Subfloor Field Test: Prior to proceeding
with installation of pedestals, field test their adhesion to subfloor
surfaces as follows:
1.
In areas representative of each subfloor surfaces condition,
set typical pedestal assemblies in same adhesive and
methods required for completed work.
2.
Allow test installation to cure for 14 days, with a pressure of
25 lbf applied vertically to pedestals during this period.
3.
After curing, apply lateral loads against a straight steel
extension bar inserted two inches into pedestal stems.
Measure with spring scale the force needed to cause
adhesive failure between pedestal base and subfloor.
4.
Do not proceed with installation until tests evidence
compliance with indicated requirement for pedestal’s
capability to resist over-turning bending movement.
B.
Locate each pedestal and complete any necessary subfloor
preparation and vacuum clean the subfloor of all dust, dirt and
construction debris before starting installation.
INSTALLATION:
A.
Install access floor system and accessories under supervision of
the access flooring manufacturer’s authorized representative to
ensure rigid, firm installation free of vibration, rocking, rattles,
squeaks and other unacceptable performance.
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B.
Set pedestals in adhesive as recommended by the access flooring
manufacturer to provide full bearing of the pedestal base on the
subfloor.
C.
Remove dust, debris and excess material at completion of work,
including debris under completed floor. Floor shall be clean at Date
of Substantial Completion.
D.
Protect completed installation from damage due to work of other
trades. Replace damaged units or units not complying with
fabrication tolerances.
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SECTION 16410
GYMNASIUM SOUND SYSTEM
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
1.2
RELATED DOCUMENTS
A.
Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and
Supplementary Conditions and Division 1 Specification Sections,
apply to this section.
B.
Coordinate with other divisions of this specification where applicable.
CODES
A.
1.3
STANDARDS FOR MATERIALS
A.
1.4
Work covered by this section of the specifications shall conform to
NFPA 70, the National Electrical Code, 2014 Edition with No Georgia
State Amendments.
All material shall be new and shall be listed by the Underwriters'
Laboratories, Inc., as conforming to its standards in every case
where such a standard has been established for the particular type
of material in question or except as otherwise specified or implied
herein.
SHOP DRAWINGS
A.
Where equipment is specified herein or on drawings, by
manufacturers' names or numbers, this shall denote minimum
requirements as to quality, type, capacity, function, and
performance. All equipment must have the Engineer's approval
before ordering. Submit not less than six (6) copies of submittal
data on all equipment and materials.
B.
Submittals shall be bound in a binder with index tabs and shall
include a cover sheet for each piece of equipment itemizing
equipment features to show compliance with or deviation from the
requirements contained in the specifications and drawings.
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C.
Submittals shall include drawings of the system and all its
components including wiring diagrams, schematics and
interconnections.
D.
Submittals may be submitted in electronic *.pdf format. File name
shall include the job name, specification section and date of the
submittal. Submittals containing multiple items must include a table
of contents with hyperlinks to the cover page for each item. The
cover page for each piece of equipment shall itemize equipment
features to show compliance with or deviation from the requirements
contained in the specifications and drawings. If the supporting
product data is more than ten (10) pages long, include hyperlinks on
the item’s cover page to the supporting information.
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
A.
The Contractor shall furnish not less than three (3) copies of
operating and maintenance instructions for all equipment he has
furnished and installed. This shall include internal schematics and
wiring diagrams, detailed to allow a technician to install, operate,
maintain, calibrate and repair the equipment.
B.
Furnish all labor, materials, tools and equipment necessary for
complete installation and checkout of the system as outlined in these
specifications.
SERVICE FACILITIES
A.
1.7
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Contractor shall make available to the Owner a service department
of a duly authorized distributor of the equipment manufacturer, which
shall stock the manufacturer's standard parts.
EQUIPMENT
A.
The equipment as specified is manufactured by Biamp, Crown,
Renkus-Heinz, Danley and Rauland as furnished by SWCRichardson Technology Systems, Inc.
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SCOPE OF WORK
A.
Furnish and install all equipment, accessories, and materials in
accordance with these specifications and drawings to provide a
complete and operating SOUND SYSTEM.
B.
All cabling, field devices and connections shall be provided, installed
and tested by the low voltage contractor providing the equipment.
1.
The Low Voltage System Contractor shall be normally
engaged, for a period of five years or more, in the design,
installation and maintenance of this type of system and shall
be the authorized distributor the equipment supplied under
this contract. The contractor shall maintain his own service
organization under his direct control capable of furnishing
service under the warranty as specified. The contractor shall
provide a letter from the manufacturing indicating that he is
the authorized distributor of the equipment provided. The
contractor shall also provide a letter in the submittals stating
that he is in compliance with the above requirements. The
architect reserves the right to request a resume.
2.
The Low Voltage System Contractor must be licensed in the
State of Georgia within the electrical trade and show proof of
low voltage certification. The Low Voltage System Contractor
must show proof of being in the low voltage Data
Communication trade for a minimum of three years.
C.
Furnish and install all equipment, accessories, and materials in
accordance with these specifications and drawings to provide a
complete and operating Sound System.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Specification sheets shall be submitted on all items including cable
types.
B.
Shop Drawings: Prior to proceeding with the work: Provide detailed
equipment assemblies and indicate dimensions, weights if needed,
required clearances, method of field assembly, components, and
location of each field connection, and a complete schedule of all
equipment and materials with associated manufacturers cuts sheets
which are to be used.
1.
Wiring Diagrams: Detail wiring for power, signal, and control
systems and differentiate between manufacturer-installed
and field-installed wiring. Identify terminals to facilitate
installation, operation, and maintenance. Include a singleline diagram showing cabling interconnection of components
and levels throughout system and impedances.
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3.
4.
5.
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Artwork drawings and lists indicating proposed nameplate
nomenclature and arrangements for control panels and plug
panels prior to fabrication reflecting equipment used.
Each drawing shall have a descriptive title and all sub-parts
of each drawing shall be labeled. All drawings shall have the
name and locations of the project, Systems Contractor’s
name in the title block.
Details and descriptions of any other aspect of the system,
which must differ from the contract documents due to field
conditions or equipment, furnished.
Provide a system riser diagram showing all field devices and
gateway equipment rack layouts identifying the equipment to
be installed.
C.
Submit a certificate of completion of installation and service training
from the system manufacturer.
D.
Submit EASE plots showing bleacher area and floor coverage at
one octave band centered at 2kHz.
E.
Record Drawings: Prior to final acceptance, provide eight (8)
complete sets of drawings indicating all cable numbers, path the
cable travel thru the school and construction details in accordance
with the actual system installation. Revise all shop drawings to
represent actual installation conditions. These Record Drawings will
be used during “Final Acceptance Testing”.
IN-SERVICE TRAINING
A.
System Training: Submit the following information describing the
training programs and system trainers.
1.
Include with the submittal a preliminary staff development
training program in outline form for review and approval by
the owner’s representative. Include with the submittal a
current copy of the trainer’s certification from the
manufacturer that certifies and identifies the trainer(s) who
are eligible to provide training and support for the project.
Include with the submittal a current copy of trainer’s needs
assessment form which will be reviewed with the owner’s
designated representative for the system’s preliminary
system programming and configuration. Include with the
submittal copies of all documentation used to identify for the
. Provide maintenance manuals and as-built drawings and
programming disk stored in the back of the equipment
cabinet for the maintenance personnel. The contractor shall
provide a minimum of two six hours of in-service training with
this system. These sessions shall be broken into segments,
which will facilitate the training of individuals in the operation
of this system. Operators Manuals and Users Guides shall
be provided at the time of this training.
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WARRANTY
A.
Provide a manufacturer’s one-year warranty of the equipment
against defects in material and workmanship. This warranty will
cover all electronic equipment and cabling.
B.
Contractor shall respond, excluding weekends and holidays, within
24 hours to any warranty service calls. If equipment cannot be
repaired within 24 hours of service visit, the contractor shall provide
“loaner” equipment to the facility at no charge.
C.
Make available a service contract offering continuing factory
authorized service of the system after the initial warranty period.
FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS
A.
The Sound System shall provide at least the following features and
functions:
1.
The system shall provide amplification and distribution of
microphone inputs and CD/iPod/Blutooth type sources.
2.
The system shall allow control/mixing of music sources and
microphones from a portable cart.
3.
The system shall provide two channels of wireless
microphones in the portable cart.
4.
The system shall provide one channel of wireless
microphone independent from the portable cart.
5.
The system shall provide switching for loudspeaker coverage
of bleacher sections and floor area.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
EQUIPMENT
A.
The following equipment shall be provided to fulfill the preceeding
requirements:
1.
DSP/Mixer:
a.
Shall provide twelve mic/line inputs and 8 outputs.
Biamp TesiraForte A1.
b.
Provide one with TEC-1i controller and POE switch.
2.
Power Amplifier:
a.
The power amplifier shall provide eight channels and
develop 600 watts/channel into 2/4/8 ohms per
channel.
b.
The power amplifier shall be Crown DCi 8/600.
Provide one.
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3.
Power Amplifier:
a.
The power amplifier shall provide four channels and
develop 600 watts/channel into 2/4/8 ohms per
channel.
b.
The power amplifier shall be Crown DCi 4/600.
Provide one.
4.
Power Amplifier:
a.
The power amplifier shall provide four channels and
develop 450 watts/channel into 8 ohms, 800
watts/channel into 4 ohms and 1250 watts/channel
into 2 ohms. The power amplifier shall be Danley
DNA 5K4C. Provide three.
5.
Power Amplifier:
a.
The power amplifier shall provide two channels and
develop 2500 watts/channel into 4 ohms.
b.
Provide one Crown Macrotech 5000i.
6.
Wireless Microphone System:
a.
Shall be Shure QLX-D series with
handheld
transmitter/microphones. Provide three complete
transmitter/receiver systems. Two receivers shall
mount to rack rails within portable equipment rack
specified below. One receiver shall mount within the
amplifier equipment rack. Provide with remote
antennas/splitters as required.
7.
Loudspeaker:
a.
The loudspeaker shall utilize the Synergy Horn
patented crossover network. The coverage pattern
shall be 80° conical. The loudspeaker shall have an
operating range of 110 Hz – 22 kHz. Sensitivity of
102 dBSPL @ 1m. Output of 128dBSPL/134 dBSPL
Peak. Power handling shall be 400 Watts continuous
800 program. The loudspeaker shall be constructed
of 18mm Baltic birch, water resistant Polyurea
coated, properly braced for the intended use and a
rugged steel grill. The Loudspeaker shall be the
Danley Sound Labs SM80. Provide quantity as
indicated on the drawings.
b.
Provide quantities as indicated on the drawings.
c.
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8.
Loudspeaker:
a.
The loudspeaker shall consist of dual heavy duty 8”
woofers and an extended range 1” HF driver coupled
to a Complex Conic high frequency horn. 1W, 1M
shall be no less than 97 dB@500 Hz with a maximum
SPL of at least 123 dB program. The loudspeaker
shall be Renkus Heinz TRX82/12.
b.
Provide quantities as indicated on the drawings.
c.
ARCHITECT/OWNER TO ADVISE COLOR
9.
Subwoofer:
a.
The loudspeaker shall be a Renkus-Heinz Model
DRS18-2B or approved equal self-powered direct
radiating dual 18" subwoofer.
b.
The 18" woofer shall have been designed specifically
for use in high power subwoofers. It shall have a 4"
edge-wound, copper-ribbon voice coil, rigid cast-alloy
frame and treated weather-resistant fiber cone. Cone
excursion shall be a minimum of 2".
c.
Each 18” woofer's power handling capacity shall be
no less than 400 Watts RMS @ 8 Ohms (800 Watts
program); sensitivity shall be no less than 98 dB @
1w,1m. Maximum program SPL shall be at least 127
dB. Frequency response shall be 32 Hz to 120 Hz.
d.
Provide quantities as indicated on the drawings.
e.
ARCHITECT/OWNER TO ADVISE COLOR
10.
Equipment Rack:
a.
EIA compliant 19” stand-alone equipment rack shall
be Middle Atlantic ERK-3525. Provide with caster
base, vented front door, and thermostatically
controlled ventilation.
11.
Mixer:
a.
The mixer shall rack mount within the portable rack.
It shall provide eight mic/line inputs and two stereo
inputs. Provide one Allen and Heath WZ4 12:2.
12.
Portable Equipment Rack:
a.
The rack shall provide 11 RU in the upper slanted
section to accommodate audio mixer and 16 RU in
the lower vertical section. Provide one Grundorf TLR16DRMB with TLR-D-MC caster base.
13.
Storage Drawer
a.
Shall be mounted within portable rack to house
microphones, accessories, ETC.
b.
Provide one Middle Atlantic UD3.
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14.
Power Sequencer:
a.
The sequencer shall provide eight outputs for
controlling switched power modules
b.
The sequencer shall be Lowell SEQR-8. Provide one
15.
Power Module Raceway:
a.
The raceway shall provide space for 6
switched/unswitched modules. Provide one Middle
Atlantic MPR-6A
16.
Power Modules:
a.
The modules shall provide power switching controlled
by sequencer listed above. Provide M-15A and RLM20A to mount within raceway listed above as
required.
17.
Power Module:
a.
The module shall be of the stand-alone type to
provide power switching within the portable cart.
Provide one Lowell RPC-15.
18.
Remote Power Switch:
a.
The unit shall provide power switching capability.
Provide one Lowell RPSB2-MKP for wall mount and
one RPSB2-MKR for rack mounting within portable
rack.
19.
CD Player/Bluetooth Receiver:
a.
Shall provide for playback of CD/MP3 as well as
wireless interface to Blutooth devices. Tascam
CD200BT. Provide one.
20.
Game Microphone:
a.
The microphone shall be of the desktop type with a
condensor capsule and cardioid pickup pattern.
Provide one AKG CGN321 STS with 25’ cable.
21.
Handheld Wired Microphone:
a.
Shall be of the dynamic type with super-cardioid pickup pattern. Provide one AKG D5(S) with 25’ cable.
22.
Microphone Floor Stand:
a.
The floor stand shall be Atlas MS-12CE. Provide
four.
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23.
Bleacher Riser Mounted System Input/Mic Jack Plate:
a.
Shall consist of two XLR connectors on a two gang
plate. Provide Proco Type E as indicated on the
drawings.
24.
Conduit and Cabling:
a.
Pathways and Installation not installed in raceway
shall be plenum rated. Cabling installed outside of
buildings, in wet locations, or below ground shall
have water-blocking outer cover.
b.
West Penn
1.
291 audio cable for installation in conduit
2.
C207 speaker cable for installation in conduit
3.
C210 speaker cable for installation in conduit
4.
D430 remote control cable for installation in
conduit
5.
813 antenna cable for installation in conduit
6.
4245 CAT5 cable for installation in conduit
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
CONDUIT
A.
3.2
3.3
Install per Specification Section 16xxx
CONNECTING SYSTEM
A.
Check each speaker line for correct impedance and short circuits.
The load shall not be greater than the amplifier output.
B.
The system shall be equalized and balanced for optimum output and
sound quality by the authorized factory representative.
C.
The owner's personnel shall be instructed on system usage with a
minimum of two four-hour sessions dedicated for training. This
Customer Service Representative shall have a certificate from the
factory with the representative’s name on the certificate and date of
completion for this instruction session. Equipment shall be warranted
for one year (labor for one year).
CERTIFICATION
A.
The system supplier's representative shall be on hand for final
hook-up and test, and shall certify, in writing, that the system is fully
operational and meets the requirements of this section. This letter
shall be included in the final documents required for Architect/Owner
acceptance.
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1.
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
1.1
A.
1.2
RELATED DOCUMENTS
GOVERNING CLAUSE
A.
1.3
Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and
Supplementary Conditions and Division 1 Specification sections, apply
to work of this section.
For the sake of brevity these specifications shall omit phrases such as
"Contractor shall furnish and install", "unless otherwise indicated or
specified", etc., but these phrases are nevertheless implied. Mention of
materials and operations requires the Contractor to furnish and install
such materials and perform such operations completely to the satisfaction
of the Owner.
SCOPE OF WORK
A.
One company shall be responsible for the installation of all aspects of
the stage equipment in the Studio. Work under this section shall
include the furnishing of all labor, materials, tools, transportation
services, supervision, etc., necessary to complete installation of new stage
equipment as well as any other items as herein listed, all as described in
these specifications, as illustrated on the accompanying drawings; or as
directed by the Architect or his Representative. Work includes the
following:
Studio Lighting Fixtures, Dimming & Control System, Pipe Grid, Track and Studio Curtains
1.4
SUBSTITUTIONS:
A.
1.5
Specific items of equipment are specified by trade names. It has been
determined by the Owner that these are the particular items desired by
the owner and established a standard of quality, equipment function
and/or process. It is not the purpose nor intent of these documents to
eliminate competitive bids. In order to allow proper and fair comparison
of pricing, contractors are required to submit their base bid price on the
specified equipment. A contractor may submit an alternate bid based on
equipment different from that specified only if that Contractor has
received prior approval in writing from the Owner at least 15 days prior
to bid. Accompanying each request shall be a letter specifically detailing
each substitution including catalog data, specifications, swatches,
operative samples, technical information, drawings, performance and test
data, and complete descriptive and functional information to assist in a
fair evaluation. Failure to submit any substitution for prior approval or
not providing sufficient data for evaluation shall require the exact item
specified to be furnished. Owner's approval of a substitution for bid
purposes will not relieve the contractor from the responsibility of
meeting all specification criteria. If an approval of a substitution is
granted, the Contractor shall be fully responsible for any and all
changes (wiring, power, distribution, support structure, etc.) such
substitution shall require.
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GUARANTEE
A.
B.
C.
1.7
Should any stage equipment be found defective, not meeting
specifications, or that which has not been approved in writing by the
Owner shall, upon discovery (including any time within the period of the
guarantee), be replaced with the specified equipment or material at no
additional cost.
The Contractor shall guarantee all of the work that is performed under
this contract, including all materials, and workmanship, for a period of
TWO (2) years from the date of full acceptance of the work.
Lamps for lighting fixtures shall be guaranteed against failure for thirty
(30) days.
Nothing in this guarantee shall cause repair or replacement by the
Contractor where negligence, neglect or improper operation by the Owner
has caused the failure of any equipment installed under this contract.
DISCREPANCIES
A.
All equipment shall be sized to fit properly. The exact measurements
are the responsibility of the Contractor. If there are discrepancies in the
specifications, the Contractor shall ask for a clarification from the Owner.
If no clarification is requested, the Owner's judgment shall rule.
1.8
PRE-APPROVED STAGE EQUIPMENT CONTRACTORS
A.
One company shall be responsible for the installation of all aspects of
the stage equipment as specified in this section. This shall include but
not be limited to all rigging, curtains, tracks, motors and control, stage
lighting fixtures, stage/house dimming, and dimming controls and
miscellaneous equipment. The following companies have prior approval
as STAGE EQUIPMENT CONTRACTORS:
1.
Barbizon 404-681-5124
2.
Magnum Companies 404-872-0553
3.
Stage Front 1-800-736-9242
B.
In order to be considered as a Stage Equipment Contractor on this
project, each Contractor requesting approval must submit to the Architect
at least ten (10) days prior to the date of bid opening a letter expressing
his intent to bid. This letter shall include a list of at least five (5)
projects of similar size and scope completed by this firm within the last
five (5) years. Inspection of one completed installation may be requested
by the Architect/Architect's Representative prior to consideration of
request to bid. The stage equipment contractor shall have been in
business under the same name for five (5) full years preceding the date of
this bid doing work similar to the type specified. The decision of the
Architect as to the capability of the Bidder to
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D.
successfully complete and maintain the system, based on this prequalification information shall be final.
Pre-Bid request letter shall include a statement that all major items of
equipment shall be bid and supplied as specified, or shall contain
details of all proposed substitute equipment for review by the
Architect/Architect's Representative. ETCP certification in theatre
rigging is required for approval. Verification of this certification
must be provided to be considered for approval. Substitute
equipment items to include specifications, parts numbers, and details of
interconnection to proposed system.
The decision of the
Architect/Architect's Consultant as to the acceptability of substitute
equipment shall be final.
The Stage Equipment Contractor shall employ only fully trained stage
riggers and mechanics, assisted by common laborers, for the erection of
the stage equipment. The stage riggers shall be completely familiar
with the type of equipment to be installed. A competent Job
Superintendent shall be on the job at all times when work is in
progress. He shall represent the Stage Equipment Contractor and all
directions given by him shall be as binding as if given by the Stage
Equipment Contractor. The job superintendent must be ETCP
certified in theatre rigging. A copy of the certification must be
furnished to the General Contractor prior to the start of the
installation.
1.9
ACCEPTABLE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS
A.
The stage lighting, dimming and control of Electronic Theatre Controls
of Middleton, Wisconsin are specified. T h e l i g h t i n g f i x t u r e s o f
Electronic Theatre Controls, Videssence Lighting
a n d i K A N L i g h t i n g a r e s p e c i f i e d . Alternate manufacturers
must submit a full pre-approval package with submittals and drawings 15 days
prior to bid date. Package shall consist of items listed in below spec sections
and drawings.
1.10
DOCUMENTATION
A.
SHOP DRAWINGS: Shop drawings and equipment data sheets shall
be submitted to the Owner under general provisions within 45 days
after award of the contract.
Failure to comply with this 45-day
requirement shall be cause for disqualification of the selected
Contractor and cancellation of contract without cost to the Owner, on
the basis that the selected Contractor does not have the ability or intention
to comply with the specifications. Approval of submitted equipment
shall be obtained prior to equipment purchasing or fabrication. If shop
drawings are rejected, correct and resubmit in the manner as specified.
All shop drawing information shall be submitted at the same time; no
partial submittal will be accepted. Drawings shall indicate complete
details, dimensions, product types and locations of all equipment,
clearances required, guides, cables, sets, Contractor fabricated
equipment, and all other details required to completely describe the work
to be performed. Submittals drawings shall be presented at a scale of not
less than 1/8" = 1'-0" for conduit plans, 1/4" for equipment layouts, ½" =
1'-0" for mounting details, and ½" = 1'-0" for plate and panel details.
Each sheet to allow space for approval stamps and have the name of
the project, the contractors and/or the
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C.
D.
supplier's name, address telephone number, and the date submitted.
Submit the following items for Owner's approval, prior to fabrication:
1.
Stage plan view
2.
Stage side section view
3.
Gridiron layout indicating all stage equipment.
4.
Electrical riser diagrams indicating the necessary control
wiring for all dimming, distribution, and controls wire tag
number for every connection. Show all terminal blocks with
wire numbers and location.
5.
Plan and elevation views indicating all electrical hardware
locations and layout
6.
Provide full dimensions for panel layouts with finishes and
materials for all custom panels.
7.
Details of installation and erection, including adjoining
conditions and necessary clearances.
8.
Indication by arrow and boxed caption of each variation from
contract drawing and specifications, except those indicated as
acceptable in specifications or on drawings
RECORD DRAWINGS AND DATA: Submit in accordance with
General Provisions. Also within 30 days of final test and completion of
the installation, submit the following to the Owner:
1.
Three (3) complete sets of "as built and approved" drawings
showing systems and elements as installed, including field
modifications and adjustments.
2.
Three (3) sets of maintenance data including a list indicating
replacement parts lists for all items of equipment, wiring
diagrams, control diagrams, any and all keys for cabinets,
racks, key operated switches etc. and complete operation
manuals.
3.
Three (3) Certificates of Guarantee
INSTRUCTION OF OWNER PERSONNEL: This contractor or his
representative, fully knowledgeable and qualified in systems operation,
shall provide eight (8) hours of instruction to the Owner-designated
personnel on the use and operation of this System. Designated instruction
times shall be arranged through the Owner.
CLEAN UP: It shall be the responsibility of this Contractor to remove
all debris from the building or site caused by his operations to a common
trash point or receptacle on the job site, as determined by the Owner.
1.11
STAGE DIMMING AND CONTROL SYSTEM
A.
Electrical requirements of the Stage Equipment Contractor: The Stage
Equipment Contractor shall be responsible for providing to the electrical
contractor all stage lighting and dimming hardware as specifically
detailed in these specifications. This shall include:
1.
Furnishing all equipment specified.
2.
Set-up of the control console.
3.
Demonstration of equipment to owner's representatives.
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5.
6.
7.
8.
1.12
Lamping & hanging all stage lighting fixtures.
All low voltage lighting control terminations.
Provide and install the pipe grid.
Provide and install the track and drape.
B.
The Stage Equipment Contractor shall not be responsible for the
following work:
1.
Any conduit
2.
Any wiring
3.
Power or Data Wire pulls
4.
Power wire terminations
5.
Any load wiring, fixtures, or termination at fixtures for house
lighting or emergency lighting
6.
Mounting of r a c k s , p a n e l s , plug boxes, floor pockets, back
boxes and gridiron junction boxes.
7.
Structure for suspension and support of the pipe grid.
C.
FACTORY CHECK-OUT: This contract shall also include the
services of a qualified engineer regularly employed by the
manufacturer of the system who shall check the installation and ensure
its proper operation. No part of the system shall be energized before
being so checked and the installation approved. Failure to observe this
provision shall automatically relieve the manufacturer of any
responsibility concerning the proper operation of the system or any part
thereof and the replacement of parts which may have been damaged by
the premature energizing.
This engineer shall be made promptly
available on the job site within fourteen (14) days after the
manufacturer has received written notice.
UNISON DRD SERIES RACK ENCLOSURES
A.
Rack Enclosures
1.
The rack enclosure shall be the Unison DRd Series Control
Enclosure as manufactured by Electronic Theatre Controls,
Inc., or equal.
2.
Mechanical
a.
The Rack Enclosure shall be a surface mounted, dead
front switchboard, constructed of 18-guage formed
steel panels with a hinged, lockable full-height door
containing an integral electrostatic air filter.
1)
Filter shall be removable for easy cleaning.
2)
The enclosure shall support one control
processor and one station power module
plus accessories
3)
The enclosure door shall have an opening to
allow limited access to the control module
face panel.
b.
All rack components shall be properly treated and
finished.
1)
Exterior surfaces shall be finished in fine
textured, scratch-resistant, epoxy paint.
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d.
e.
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The fully digital rack enclosure shall be available
with six or twelve dimmer module spaces, one
processor and a single station power supply, Rack
dimensions and weights (without modules) shall not
exceed: DRd12 31.0" H x 17” W x 9.6” D 51 lbs
A single low-noise fan shall be located at the top of
each rack. The fan shall draw all intake air through
the integral electrostatic air filter, over the surfaces of
the module housing and out the top of the rack.
1)
The fan shall maintain the temperature of all
components at proper operating levels with
dimmers under full load, provided the ambient
temperature of the dimmer room does not
exceed 40°C/104°F.
2)
In the event of an over-temperature
condition, only the affected dimmer
module(s) shall shut down. A red indicator
LED will flash and an error message shall
appear on the Control Processor.
Rack Enclosures shall be designed to allow easy
insertion and removal of dimmer and control modules
without the use of tools. (230 volt racks with CE
certification shall require a screwdriver.)
1)
Supports shall be provided for precise
alignment of modules into power and signal
connector blocks.
2)
With modules removed, racks shall provide
clear front access to all load, neutral and
control wire terminations.
Rack Enclosures shall support use of any
combination of rack option cards designed to provide
additional rack features. Rack option cards shall
include:
1)
FLO - The Fluorescent Option Board shall
provide termination for 4 wire low voltage
electronic fluorescent dimming ballasts.
FLO shall provide 24, 0-10Vdc outputs.
Optional floor mounting pedestal shall be available
for the 12-module rack.
Racks enclosures shall be designed for use with AX
series auxiliary racks for Main Circuit Breaker, Main
Lug, and cross bussing applications.
Accessories
1)
Ride Thru Option (RTO)
(i)
The Rack Enclosure shall support
an optional, short-term back-up
power source for the control
electronics.
(ii)
The short-term back-up power
source shall automatically engage
upon the loss of normal power,
seamlessly transitioning the supply
power for the control electronics
power to itself.
(iii)
The short-term back-up power
supply shall detect the return of
normal power, and seamlessly
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3.
return the control electronics to
normal power.
The short-term back-up power
source shall support the control
electronics for at least 10 seconds.
Electrical
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
Rack enclosures shall be available in 120/208 volts,
three-phase, main lug configurations.
1)
120-volt rack enclosures shall be field
configurable for single phase operation
without the need for additional components
Rack enclosures shall be completely pre-wired by the
manufacturer. The contractor shall provide input
feed, load, and control wiring.
Standard Short Circuit Current Ratings (SCCR) shall
be 22,000 at 100-277 Volt
1)
Higher SCCR ratings, up to 100,000 amps
SCCR at 120V, shall be possible when used
with an AX series Auxiliary Rack
Enclosure.
2)
Higher SCCR ratings, up to 65,000 amps
SCCR at 240V and 277V, shall be possible
when used with an AX series Auxiliary
Rack Enclosure.
All control wire connections shall be terminated via
factory provided connectors.
Rack enclosures shall support dimming for
incandescent, fluorescent, neon, cold cathode,
electronic low voltage and magnetic low voltage
transformer load types.
The rack enclosure shall support 16-bit DMX input
The rack enclosure shall support 65,000 steps of
dimming.
The rack enclosure dimming engine shall support
multiple dimmer curves including modified square
law, linear, switched, fluorescent, pre-heat and
electronic low voltage.
The rack enclosure shall support voltage regulation
including, minimum and maximum scale voltages
with offsets
Rack enclosure shall support a UL924 listed contact
input for emergency lighting control bypass.
1)
Emergency lighting input shall support load
shedding
Rack enclosures shall be designed to support the
following wire terminations:
1)
AC
2)
Echelon link power (Belden 8471 or
equivalent)
3)
24Vdc (2- 16AWG Wire)
4)
DMX512A Port A (In or Out) (Belden 9729
or equivalent)
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4.
1.13
DMX512A Port B (Out) (Belden 9729 or
equivalent)
6)
RS232 Serial In/Out (Belden 9729 or
equivalent)
7)
Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) Category
5/5e Ethernet
8)
Contact Closure In (14AWG to 26AWG
Wire)
9)
Contact Closure Out (14AWG to 26AWG
Wire)
(i)
Contact Closure Out shall provide
1A @ 30vDC
l.
Station Power Modules
1)
Station power modules shall provide
LinkPower for up to 32 stations and
1.5A@24VDC of Auxiliary (AUX) power.
2)
Station power repeater modules shall
provide LinkPower for 30 stations
and1.5A@24VDC of Auxiliary (AUX)
power.
3)
Station power module shall support overcurrent/short protection for LinkPower and
Auxiliary (AUX) power. LinkPower shall
support fault detection on each leg of the
balanced data bus.
m.
All control wire connections shall be terminated via
factory provided connectors.
n.
Main feed lugs shall accept a maximum of 350 MCM
wire.
o.
Load terminals shall accept a maximum of #6 AWG
wire.
Thermal
a.
Ambient room temperature: 0-40°C / 32-104°F
b.
Ambient humidity: 10-90% non-condensing
DIMMER MODULES
A.
B.
Mechanical
1.
ETC dimmer modules shall be designed for use with Unison
or Sensor dimming racks.
2.
Dimmer modules shall consist of a heavy-duty, die-cast
aluminum chassis with an integral faceplate. All parts shall
be properly treated, primed and finished in fine-texture,
scratch-resistant gray epoxy powder coat.
3.
With the exception of the circuit breaker, the module shall
contain no moving parts.
4.
Each module shall be labeled with the manufacturer’s name,
catalog number and rating.
5.
All electronic components (current/voltage sensors and
indicators) shall be contained in a single field-replaceable
housing.
Electrical
1.
Each dimmer shall consist of the following components:
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b.
c.
d.
One or two single-pole circuit breakers
1)
Circuit breakers shall be fully magnetic so
the trip current is not affected by ambient
temperature.
2)
Circuit breakers shall be rated for tungsten
loads having an inrush rating of no less than
20 times normal current.
3)
Circuit breakers shall be rated for 100
percent switching duty applications.
A solid-state switching module
1)
Each dimmer module shall use a solid-state
relay (SSR) consisting of two siliconcontrolled rectifiers (SCRs) in an inverse
parallel configuration, and all required
gating circuitry on the high-voltage side of
an integral, opto-coupled control voltage
isolator. Rectifiers, copper leads and a
ceramic substrate shall be reflow soldered to
an integral heat sink for maximum heat
dissipation. Dimmers employing triac power
devices, pulse transformers, or other
isolating devices not providing at least
2,500V RMS isolation shall not be acceptable.
2)
The SSR shall also contain a control LED, a
thermistor for temperature sensing, and
silver-plated control and load contacts.
3)
The entire SSR shall be sealed in a plastic
housing requiring only a screwdriver to
replace.
4)
Dimmer modules requiring disassembly,
heat sink grease, or additional tools for
repair shall not be acceptable.
Toroidal filters
1)
Dimmer modules shall include toroidal
filters to reduce the rate of current rise time
resulting from switching the SCRs. The
filter shall limit objectionable harmonics,
reduce lamp filament sing and limit radio
frequency interference on line and load
conductors.
2)
Modules shall be available in models
offering 200-500 microsecond filter rise
times depending upon model. Rise time
shall be measured at the worst case slew rate
(about 50 percent) from 10 to 90 percent of
the output waveform with the dimmer
operating at full load.
Power and control connectors.
1)
Modules shall not have any protruding pins
subject to physical damage when the module
is not installed.
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3)
4)
1.14
Power efficiency for standard dimmers shall
be at least 97 percent at full load with a noload loss of 3V RMS.
The dimmer shall accept hot patching of a
cold incandescent load up to the full rated
capacity of the dimmer.
Standard AIC fault current protection shall
be 10,000 at 120V and 14,000 at
230V/277V.
RELAY MODULES
A.
General
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.15
The Relay modules shall be the ETC Relay modules as
manufactured by Electronic Theatre Controls, Inc., or equal.
The relay modules shall be designed for dependable,
economical service in theatrical, architectural, and video
applications for use with theatrical and architectural lighting
and motorized equipment.
a.
Relay modules shall be compatible with both Sensor
Dimming Systems and Unison Dimming Systems
Relay module configuration shall be dual channel, 100/140V,
15A or 20A, as noted on the Electrical Drawings.
Relay modules shall be fully plug-in and factory wired. The
modules shall consist of a heavy duty, die-cast aluminum
chassis with integral face panel. No tools shall be required for
module removal and insertion. All parts shall be properly
treated, primed and finished in fine-texture, scratch resistant,
gray epoxy powder coat. With the exception of the circuit
breaker, the module shall contain no moving parts. Each
module shall be labeled with the manufacturer's name,
catalog number and rating. Modules constructed of molded
plastic for structural support are not equivalent and are not
acceptable. Relay modules shall be UL and cUL listed power
control devices with a minimum AIC rating of 10,000A.
Modules shall have a fully magnetic circuit breaker for each
channel. Relay modules shall be rated for a minimum of
100,000 full load activations.
Modules shall have Signal and Load LED indicators for each
channel.
Relay modules shall be available with ETC Advanced
Features providing load and status information.
ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL PROCESSOR MODULES
A.
Control Processor Modules
1.
The Architectural Control Processor shall be the Unison
Paradigm P-ACP Series Control Processor as manufactured
by Electronic Theatre Controls, Inc., or equal.
2.
The Architectural Control Processor (ACP) assembly shall be
designed for use in DRd Series Dimming Enclosures and
ERn Series Control Enclosures.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
1.16
The processor shall utilize microprocessor based, solid state
technology to provide multi-scene lighting and building
control.
a.
ACP shall support functions such as station
programming, macro sequencing, electronic lockout,
room combine and astronomical time clock events.
ACP station processor shall allow configuration of
the control system via the menus. See software
section for additional system details.
b.
When used in a dimming enclosure, the ACP shall
allow access to dimming control menus including the
status screen, dimming configuration screen, backup
menu, test menu and configuration menu.
c.
One ACP shall be rated to drive 1024 channels of
control, 1024 zones, 64 rooms, 512 presets, 62 button
or button/fader stations and 6 Touchscreen Stations
ACP module electronics shall be convection cooled.
The ACP shall provide front-panel RJ45 jack, Secure Digital
(SD) card slot, and Universal Serial Bus (USB) Port for
configuration and data exchange.
Architectural Lighting System configuration and program
information shall be stored in flash memory, which does not
require battery backup.
The ACP shall be contained in a plug-in assembly and
require no discrete wiring connections; all wiring shall be
terminated into Dimming or Control Enclosure.
a.
The
ACP
shall
support
the
following
communications:
1)
Echelon LinkPower
2)
10/100BaseTX, auto MDI/MDIX, 802.3af
compliant Ethernet networking with TCP/IP,
ESTA BSR E1.17 Advanced Control
Networks (ACN) and ESTA BSR E1.31
(sACN) Protocols
3)
EIA-232 serial protocol
4)
ESTA DMX512A, configurable as input or
output ports
5)
Dry contact closure inputs
6)
Dry contact closure outputs, rated at
1A@30VDC
TOUCHSCREEN CONTROL STATIONS
A.
B.
The Touchscreen Control Stations shall be the Unison Paradigm
Touchscreen P-LCD Series Control Stations as manufactured by
Electronic Theatre Controls, Inc., or equal.
General
1.
Touchscreen stations shall support default and fully graphical
control pages.
2.
The Touchscreen station shall operate using graphic buttons,
faders and other images on at least 30 separate programmable
control pages.
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C.
D.
Touchscreen stations shall also allow programming of page
pass-code, lock out and visibility levels.
Mechanical
1.
Touchscreen stations shall consist of a seven inch, backlit
liquid crystal display (LCD) with a minimum resolution of
800 by 400 pixels and 12-bit color depth with a touch
interface.
2.
Touchscreen bezels shall be constructed of aluminum and
shall have no visible means of attachment.
a.
The bezel shall install and remove without the use of
tools.
b.
The bezel shall provide two working positions for the
Touchscreen: service and operating.
3.
The Touchscreen shall have a protective overlay over the
display.
a.
The overlay shall reduce wear
b.
The overlay shall reduce glare
4.
Touchscreens shall offer optional hinged locking covers
a.
Locking covers shall be made from aluminum and be
painted to match standard touchscreen color options
b.
Locking covers shall allow for viewing of system
status on the touchscreen though a smoked Lexan
window
5.
The manufacturer shall provide back boxes for all LCD
stations.
a.
Flush back box for Touchscreens with or without
locking covers shall be 7.94” wide x 5.33” high x
3.25” deep
b.
Surface back box dimensions shall be 8.3” wide x
5.6” high x 2.75” deep
c.
Surface back box for Touchscreens with locking
cover dimensions shall be 10.0” wide x 6.7” high x
2.75” deep
Electrical
1.
Touchscreens shall be powered entirely by the System
network.
2.
Touchscreens shall connect to the System using an Ethernet
network with Power over Ethernet (PoE) or the Unison
control station Echelon® Link power network.
a.
Ethernet Network
1)
Ethernet network shall be 10/100BaseTX,
auto MDI/MDIX, 802.3af compliant.
2)
Network shall utilize Unshielded Twisted
Pair (UTP) Category 5 wiring.
b.
Echelon® Link power network.
1)
Link power shall utilize low-voltage Class II
unshielded twisted pair, type Belden 8471 or
equivalent, and one #14 ESD drain wire
(when not installed in grounded metal
conduit).
2)
Touchscreen stations shall also require (2)
#16 AWG stranded wires for 24Vdc
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4)
E.
operating power. 24Vdc wiring shall be
topology free.
Network wiring may be bus, loop, home run,
star or any combination of these.
Network insulation displacement connectors
shall be provided with all stations.
Functional
1.
System
a.
2.
3.
4.
The Touchscreen shall support configuration
firmware upload from a Paradigm Processor as proxy
b.
The Touchscreen shall support configuration or
firmware upload from local removable media
Setup Mode
a.
There shall be a setup display that is separate from
any user-defined configuration
b.
It shall be possible to view and modify connectivity
settings
c.
It shall be possible to view status information
d.
It shall be possible to view and modify LCD screen
settings
e.
It shall be possible to perform Touchscreen
calibration
f.
It shall be possible to view and modify audio settings
g.
The appearance of the setup display shall be standard
and not editable
h.
The setup display may be invoked from within the
user-defined configuration and/or physical button on
the Touchscreen
i.
There shall be a default protected method to invoke
the setup display
Configurations
a.
It shall be possible to have multiple configurations
stored within an LCD Station
b.
Only one configuration may be active on the LCD
Station
c.
It shall be possible for Touchscreen Stations
connected via the Echelon® Link power network to
select a configuration automatically based on the
configuration of the physical connection.
d.
Where multiple configurations are stored there shall
be a boot menu to allow selection of a configuration
e.
Each configuration shall be identified as a different
Station within the System
Operation
a.
The Unison Paradigm Control System shall be
designed to allow control of lighting and associated
systems via Touchscreen controls. System shall
allow the control of presets, sequences, macros and
time clock events.
1)
System presets shall be programmable via
Button, Button/Fader, Touchscreen, or
LightDesigner software.
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(i)
2)
3)
4)
Presets shall have a discrete fade
time, programmable from zero to
84,600 seconds with a resolution of
one hundred milliseconds.
(ii)
Presets shall be selectable via
Touchscreen stations.
System macros and sequences shall be
programmable via LightDesigner system
software.
(i)
Macro and sequence steps shall
provide user selectable steps, and
allow the application of conditional
logic.
(ii)
Macro and sequences shall be
activated by button, time clock
event or LightDesigner software.
System time clock events shall be
programmable
via
the
Touchscreen,
LightDesigner
system
software,
the
processor user interface, or the internal web
server.
(i)
Time clock events shall be assigned
to system day types. Standard day
types include: anyway, weekday,
weekend, Sunday, Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. System shall
support programming of additional
custom or special day types.
(ii)
Time clock events shall be
activated based on sunrise, sunset,
time of day or periodic event.
System shall automatically
compensate for regions using a
fully configurable daylight saving
time.
A Color picker, supporting Hue, Saturation
and Brightness (HSB) color selection shall
be available for color selection of color
changing fixtures and provide visual
feedback of the current color produced by
the associated fixture.
(i)
The color picker shall be provided
with a default layout that requires
no user configuration
(ii)
The Color Picker shall provide
RGB faders in addition to the
default HSB color wheel for color
selection
(iii)
Color picker values shall allow for
numerical value input in addition to
color wheel and fader control
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b.
c.
d.
e.
1.17
The color picker shall be
compatible with color mixing
systems that use up to seven
discrete color control channels
Touchscreen stations shall be designed to operate
standard default or custom system functions.
Components shall operate default functions unless reassigned via LightDesigner, the Windows-based
configuration program.
1)
Optional button functions include: preset
selection, manual mode activation, record
mode activation, station lockout, raise,
lower, macro activation, and cue light, or
room join/separate.
2)
Optional fader functions include master
control, individual channel control, fade rate
control or preset master control.
Touchscreen stations shall allow programming of
station and component electronic lockout levels via
LightDesigner.
It shall be possible to adjust LCD contrast and
brightness.
It shall be possible to program the station to dim
during periods of inactivity.
LIGHTING CONSOLE AND ACCESSORIES
A.
General
1.
2.
3.
The lighting control console shall be a microprocessor-based
system specifically designed to provide complete control of
stage, studio and entertainment lighting systems. The console
shall be the Element as manufactured by Electronic Theatre
Controls, Inc., or equal.
The system shall provide control of 1024 outputs on 250 or
500 channels. Two universes of DMX512/RDM shall be
accessible at the console via 5-pin XLR connectors.
Additionally, output may be distributed over a 10/100 MB
Ethernet network using Net3/ACN, ETCNet 2, Avab and/or
ArtNet protocols. The user shall be able to control the
application of protocols at an individual address level.
The system shall support full bi-directional RDM
communication with compatible devices via Net3
DMX/RDM Gateways. RDM communication shall adhere to
ANSII standard E1.20-2006 Entertainment Technology –
RDM – Remote Device Management Over DMX512
Networks. Supported RDM features shall include:
a.
Discovery and identification of RDM capable devices
b.
Setting of start addresses, operating modes and
additional settings as exposed by connected devices
and controllable via RDM
c.
Viewing of Sensor data as provided by connected
devices
d.
Error reporting as provided by connected devices
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
A maximum of 10,000 cues, 1000 groups, 1000 Intensity
Palettes, 1000 Color Palettes, 1000 Focus Palettes, 1000
Beam Palettes, 1000 Presets, 1000 effects, 99,999 macros,
1000 snapshots, 1000 color paths and 1000 curves may be
contained in non-volatile electronic memory and stored to an
onboard solid-state hard drive or to any USB storage device.
The console may be placed in Tracking or Cue Only mode by
the user as a system default and overridden on individual
record/update actions as required. HTP/LTP intensity flag,
proportional, intensity master or manual master fade control
as well as priority may be placed on the cue list. It shall be
possible for a cue list to contribute to playback background
states or withheld from such contribution.
A Master Playback fader pair and dedicated Grand
Master/Blackout shall be provided.
The console shall provide 40 or 60 pageable faders and bump
buttons that may be operated in either LTP channel or
HTP/LTP submaster mode. The console shall support a total
of 300 submasters.
A high-resolution level wheel shall be provided to control
intensity for selected channels and scrolling/zooming within
selected displays. Virtual moving light controls shall be
provided for control of non-intensity parameters. Nonintensity parameters shall be controllable via both these
controls and the keypad in a fully interactive manner.
Virtual moving light controls shall provide mouse/touchbased tools for all parameters. The tools shall display the
current value for each parameter and shall provide controls
for adjusting each parameter.
Control and programming features for automated devices
shall also include: a standard library of fixture profiles, the
ability to copy and edit existing profiles and create new
profiles, patch displays including channel and output
addressing, 16-bit fade resolution, color characterization
allowing color mixing and matching to color media data.
System information, including playback status, live output
and blind values for all record targets shall be displayed on a
maximum of two external high-resolution DVI monitors, or
one Display port monitor, which may also be touch or multitouchscreen(s). Only one display shall be required for
operation. Content of all displays and individual workspaces
shall be zoomable. Each display shall have 3 definable
workspaces; each workspace with split controls allowing sizing
of frames. Single monitor snapshots with an on-screen browser
shall provide rapid reconfiguration of workspaces.
The system shall direct user input through on-screen dynamic
prompts and integral LEDs on console keys indicating
current operating mode. A context sensitive on-line Help
feature shall explain and provide an example of the operation
of each feature of the system.
User-definable, interactive displays may be created. These
displays, which can be used in live and blind operating
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15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
modes, allow graphical layout of channels, desk buttons and
programming tools. Standard symbols are provided, and the
user may import their own symbols or graphics. Each symbol
may be individually defined with data feedback characteristics.
Non-interactive status information, such as a mirror of other
user’s command lines, may also be included in the display. A
graphical browser is provided for fast selection of these views.
Multiple zoom factors and placements may be stored and
recalled for each display.
A fully integrated Virtual Media Server feature shall allow
user to map images and animations to a rig array. 40 such maps
may be created, each with 12 layers. System that rely
on external hardware or software for this functionality shall
not be acceptable.
An optional, fully-function detachable alphanumeric
keyboard shall be supported. The keyboard shall allow labeling
of channels, cues, groups, palettes, effects, macros, curves
and the show. An integral virtual keyboard shall be provided.
A row of softkeys shall be provided, which change function
based on the selection and context of the console. These
softkeys shall be labeled on the connected external display.
Console software upgrades shall be made by the user via
USB Flash drive. It shall be possible to install software updates
in all desks, processor units and remotes from one device over
the network.
The console operating software shall be loaded into program
execution memory from the internal hard drive when the
console is powered. In the event of an uncontrolled
shutdown, the console shall return to its last output state
when power is restored. Systems that require use of a UPS to
provide such protections shall not be acceptable.
Dimmer monitoring and configuration features shall be
provided (in conjunction with ETC’s Sensor+, Sensor 3 or
FDX dimming systems) to allow indication of dimming
system status, dimmer load monitoring and show specific
configurations.
Show data may be created and modified on a personal
computer, using Windows 7 or higher operating systems, using
a free offline editing application. The offline editor may
also run natively on Intel-based Macintosh platforms using OS
X. The program shall also allow output to visualization
software supporting the same protocols as the lighting system.
Systems that do not provide client software that may run
natively on the Apple platform in this environment shall not be
acceptable.
A PC using Windows 7 or higher or an Intel-based
Macintosh computer using OS X running the offline editing
software shall be able to connect to a control system via the
network and view current show data in a mirrored display
environment or connect as a second control device using an
ETCnomad key.
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22.
B.
The system shall allow remote control from a purpose-built
wireless remote focus unit (Radio Focus Remote). Systems
without dedicated hardware for remoted devices shall not be
acceptable.
23.
The system shall support up to 32 individual Time Code
Event lists using Show Control Gateways.
24.
Synchronized backup shall be provided by another control
console or PC/Mac application with an ETCnomad key.
Controls and Playback
1.
Manual Control and Programming Section
a.
The console keyboard shall be grouped by function.
Major groupings shall be record target functions,
numeric keys, level assignment functions, display
navigation functions and controls.
b.
Non-intensity parameters may be set numerically or
via the virtual moving light controls. This control
shall be fully interactive.
c.
Only those parameters available for control in the
active lighting system shall be displayed for control
and parameters not appropriate for the current
channel selection shall be suppressed.
d.
Lamp controls provide direct access to luminaire
functions such as striking and dousing arc lamps and
calibrating entire fixtures or individual mechanisms
of fixtures, as provided by the luminaire
manufacturer. User access to these features is
normalized across all manufacturers for ease of use.
Use of a “control channel” for accessing these
functions shall not be required and systems requiring
use of a control channel shall not be acceptable.
e.
Fixtures with color mixing may be set with direct
additive or subtractive controls or the command line,
as well as via the color pickers. Six optional color
spaces are supported, as well as tinting tools, and
spectrum tools for systems with more than three color
mixing elements. Color may also be set directly to a gel
match via a graphic selection tool or from the command
line. The gel picker shall support tools for identifying
similar colors, show favorites, and graphic
indications of gel locations. The white point of
fixtures may be determined in patch. Color Path
tools, with intensity dampening, shall be provided.
f.
Macros may be set to run as default. Default macros
called manually shall post to the command line, but
executed via cue lists shall run in the background.
The user may override this behavior by defining the
macro to always execute in the foreground or
background, regardless of the recall method. Startup,
Shutdown and Disconnect macros may also be defined.
2.
Playback Section
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a.
3.
4.
The master fader shall consist of a 60mm Master
Fader pair with associated Load, Go and Stop/Back
buttons.
b.
It shall be possible to instantaneously halt an active
cue, go back to the previous cue, manually override the
intensity fade or manually override the entire
fade.
c.
The playback status display shall indicate current,
past and upcoming cues. In the cue list, timing may
count dynamically with cue execution or remain
static during countdown. Percentage of completion
and remaining time shall always dynamically
countdown for the active cue.
Integral Channel/Submaster Faders
a.
Submaster and fader support shall be provided via 40
or 60 integral 45mm faders with bump buttons. These
faders shall be pageable and shall operate in LTP
channel and LTP or HTP submaster modes.
b.
Channel mode shall allow the user access to intensity
of the first 120 channels and shall operate with LTP
logic. Faders that are not currently set to the same
level as the corresponding channel shall have to be
matched to that level before affecting channel output.
c.
Channel fader values may be cleared without
asserting LTP control.
d.
Up to 300 proportional, fully overlapping additive or
inhibitive submasters may be defined. Integral LEDs
shall indicate submaster status as additive, inhibitive,
fading, held and requiring a physical match. Each
submaster may have fade up, dwell and down fade
times. Each has a bump and assert/channel select
button.
Submasters may be set as independent,
exclusive, shielded and proportional/intensity master
control and effect mode.
e.
The submaster blind buffer shall be linked directly to
live playback allowing live editing of live submaster
content via the command line.
f.
Submasters may be set to fade to minimum value or
release control to the previous owner as the
submaster is faded toward zero. It shall be possible to
disable a submaster from becoming a background state.
g.
It shall be possible to set submaster values directly
from the command line.
Grand Master
a.
A dedicated 60mm grand master and blackout button
are provided.
b.
The grand master shall proportionally fade intensity
values to zero. Blackout shall send all intensity
outputs to zero. Non-intensity outputs shall not be
affected.
No additional configuration shall be
required to withhold non-intensity values from Grand
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Master and Blackout control. Channel intensities that
are impacted by Blackout/Grand Master shall be
determined by the user.
C.
Display Controls
1.
D.
The format of displays may be changed with a single control
action.
2.
Channel views may be displayed either in an expanded table
view combining conventional channel symbols with table
views for multi-parameter devices, in a channel summary
view or in a user-defined magic sheet.
3.
Flexi-channel shall change which channels are viewed in
selected displays, based on a variety of different criteria,
including all channels, patched channels, active/move
channels, manual channels, selected channels and userspecified channel lists.
4.
Absolute values of referenced data shall be viewable with a
single control action.
5.
Displays may be expanded across two external monitors.
6.
Each display may have three individually configured
workspaces. Each workspace supports discrete frame controls
allowing user defined displays, sized as per user
requirements.
Operating Modes
1.
Live Mode
a.
Channel lists may be constructed using the +, - and
Thru keys, as well as direct selects.
b.
Output values may be set with the keypad, level
wheel and on-demand moving light controls.
“Selected” channels shall be those last addressed and
under keypad control.
c.
Sneak shall be used to restore specified channels to
background states, default values, or to send them to
specified values, in user-specified or default times.
d.
Selected channels may be set at a level or held to
current values while all other channels are set to zero
using Rem Dim. Toggling Rem Dim shall restore all
unselected channels to original levels. The Rem Dim
level shall be user definable both in setup and via the
command line.
e.
Channels may be recorded into groups for fast recall
of commonly used selections. 1000 groups shall be
available. Groups shall store selection order and
subgrouping. The Offset function supports rapid
creation of ordered groups, including reverse and
random.
f.
Parameter settings may be stored to Intensity, Focus,
Color and Beam Palettes or Presets. All referenced data
may be stored to whole numbers or to up to 99 decimal
places between each whole number. It shall be
possible to store 1000 of each palette type.
g.
Any collection of channel data, as determined by the
use of “Record” , “Record Only” or selective store
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h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
n.
o.
p.
q.
commands may be stored to palettes (as appropriate
to the type).
A block flag may be placed on a channel or channel
parameter to be included with a cue record action.
Cues may be recorded in any order. Up to 99 decimal
cues may be inserted between any two whole number
cues. Each cue may contain a maximum of twenty
parts.
It shall be possible to record cues and cue parts with
the following information:
1)
Any collection of channel data, as
determined by the use of “Record” or
selective store commands.
2)
Cue Level timing and delays for Intensity
Up, Intensity Down, Focus, Color and Beam
changes.
3)
Follow/hang time
4)
Link instruction
5)
Loop value
6)
Block and/or preheat
7)
Curve
8)
Automark Disable
9)
Label
10)
Execute list to trigger other activity
Non-intensity channel parameters may be preset to an
upcoming position using Automark. Automark shall
set any stored parameter transitions in the cue just prior
to intensity becoming active. Automark may be
disabled on a cue or cue part basis, enabling a “live”
move.
Any channel parameter may be stored with an effect
instruction. These effects may contain relative
offsets from current value or absolute instructions.
Effects may be progressive action or on/off states.
Entry and exit behaviors shall modify the channel
parameters activity when beginning and ending the
effect. The effect behavior may be edited live, with
attributes such as size and rate modified and stored at
a channel, effect or cue level.
Update may be used to selectively store modified
parameter data quickly to that parameter’s current
source or a user specified source. It shall be possible
to update inactive record targets.
Recall From quickly pulls specified data from record
targets into the current view. Recall from on an HTP
basis shall be provided.
Copy To quickly copies selected data to specified
record targets.
Address and channel check functions shall be
provided.
Channel parameters may be “parked” at levels.
Output addresses may also be parked directly. Parked
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r.
s.
t.
u.
v.
2.
3.
levels shall not be added to any live record
operations, nor may their output be modified until the
parked element is “unparked”.
About shall provide detailed status of selected
channels or specified record targets, including
utilization information. About shall also access lamp
control functions to calibrate devices, strike and
douse arc sources. Use of a luminaire control channel
for these functions shall not be acceptable.
Undo shall be used to sequentially step back through
manual operations, record, update and delete actions.
Redo functions shall be provided. Multiple undo
commands may be executed at once.
Home shall set selected channels non-intensity
parameters to their default values. The default home
values may be modified via a Preset.
Macros may be created via live learn or blind modes.
Each macro may be defined to run in the foreground
or background when called. Startup and Shutdown
macros may be stored.
Move shall allow all show data to be moved from one
record target to another.
Blind
a.
The Blind display allows viewing and modification
of all record targets without affecting stage levels.
b.
Record target data may be displayed in an expanded
table view containing conventional symbols and table
views for multi-parameter devices, in a summary
view or a spreadsheet view, which allows quick data
comparisons, move and replace with functions.
c.
Changes made in blind displays shall be stored
automatically.
d.
It shall be possible to show or hide parameter data in
spreadsheet views for simplicity in viewing/editing.
Patch Display
a.
Patch shall be used to display and modify the system
control channels with their associated library data and
output addresses. Data may be viewed in “by
channel” or “by address” mode.
b.
Each channel may be provided with a proportional
patch level, preheat, curve, label, white point, Grand
Master Exempt, Live/Dark Move Flag Disable,
pan/tilt swap and invert functions.
c.
Offset functions in patch shall allow selection of
channel ranges and shall allow the user to establish a
“custom” footprint for any device output.
d.
Custom color wheels, color scrolls and gobo wheels
shall be defined in patch. These devices shall be created
with a simple table and graphical user interface
supported by images of major manufacturers.
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e.
E.
Copy to, Swap and Move functions shall be
supported in patch.
f.
The console shall support a one-to-one patch option
on a file-new.
g.
Library update functions shall identify modified
profiles and allow the user the option of updating the
profiles for previously stored show files.
h.
The fixture editor shall provide the ability to define
profiles when not found in the library.
4.
Setup/Browser
a.
Setup shall access system, show and device
configurations.
b.
The browser shall access show data storage, import,
export, print to .pdf and clear functions, as well as show
data utilities.
c.
Print to .pdf functions shall be record target and/or
channel list specific, shall be formatted for BW or color
printing, and be provided in a summary or detailed
view. Usage data shall be included.
d.
Partial show file import shall be provided for all
record targets and patch. Show file data may be
merged.
e.
ASCII files and Lightwright files may be opened
within the application.
f.
Files may be exported to ASCII and .csv.
g.
The system shall support programming and playback
of real time clock events, including cue, submaster
and macro execution at specific times of specified days
or at a time based on astronomical events.
h.
A control screen shall be provided for network
configuration, selecting date/time, software update
controls, selecting functional language and/or
keyboard for labeling option, as well as other system
level tools.
i.
Available languages for prompts, advisories and help
messages shall include English, Bulgarian, German,
Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian,
Chinese, simplified and Chinese, traditional.
j.
Supported keyboards shall include American, United
Kingdom, French, German, Italian, Korean,
Norwegian, Russian, Slovakian, Turkish, Swiss,
Swedish, Finnish and Bulgarian
Dimmer Monitoring and Configuration
1.
The lighting control system shall provide communication
with an ETC Sensor+, Sensor3 or FDX dimming system for
remote monitoring and configuration of show specific
functions from within the console application.
2.
Circuit level configuration and monitoring functions shall
include but not be limited to:
a.
Control mode (dimmable, switched, latch-lock,
always on, off or fluorescent).
b.
Curves
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F.
G.
c.
Control threshold
d.
Min and Max Scale Voltage
e.
Preheat
f.
Scale load
3.
Rack status messages shall include but not be limited to:
a.
State of UL924 panic closure
b.
DMX port error/failure
c.
Network error/failure
d.
A, B, C Phase below 90 or above 139 volts and
headroom warning
e.
Ambient temperatures out of range
4.
Circuit status shall include but not be limited to:
a.
Module type and location
b.
Output level
c.
Control Source
d.
Overtemp
5.
Advanced circuit feedback shall include but not be limited to:
a.
Load higher or lower than recorded value
b.
DC detected on output
c.
SCR failed on/off
d.
Breaker trip
e.
Module has been removed
f.
Load failure
g.
Shutdown due to overtemp
Interface Options
1.
The console shall support a variety of local interfaces.
a.
AC input
b.
DMX512-A/RDM outputs (two connectors)
c.
USB (a minimum of seven ports shall be provided for
connecting devices such as an Alphanumeric keyboard,
mouse, touch screens, USB Flash drive, etc.) The desk
shall provide at one USB port on the face panel itself
for easy access.
d.
Ethernet (two individually configurable ports)
e.
Two DVI video output connectors, supporting a
maximum of two DVI monitors at 1280x1024
resolution minimum, touchscreen and multi-touch
controls optional.
f.
One Display Port connector
g.
Contact Closure triggers via D-Sub connector
h.
MIDI In/Out (Timecode, Show Control)
i.
XLR 3-Pin Female (Littlite)
j.
One eSATA port
k.
OSC and UPD Strings
Accessories
1.
Net3 Radio Focus Remote
2.
iRFR an iRFR Preview (applications for iPhone, IPod Touch
and iPad)
3.
aRFR (application for Android devices)
4.
Net3 Remote Video Interface (Mirror Mode Only)
5.
Net 3 Gateways
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H.
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DATA PLUG-IN STATIONS
A.
B.
C.
1.19
Net3/ETCNet2 to DMX/RDM Gateway (one to four
ports)
b.
Show Control Gateway
c.
I/O Gateway with 12 analog inputs, 12 SPDT contact
outputs, RD232 interface
6.
ETCnomad Software
7.
ETCnomad Kit (Backup)
Physical and Acoustical
1.
All operator controls and console electronics for a standard
system shall be housed in a single desktop console, not to
exceed 32.9” wide, 17.9” deep, 5.1” high, weighing 30
pounds.
2.
Console power shall be 95 – 240V AC at 50 or 60Hz,
supplied via a detachable power cord.
3.
At typical CPU utilization, the unit shall operate at ≤ 26 dBA.
General
1.
The Plug-in Stations shall consist of the appropriate
connectors required for the functional intent of the system.
These stations shall be available with DMX input or output,
Remote Focus Unit, Network, or architectural control
connectors. Custom control connectors shall be available.
Connector Options
1.
The following standard components shall be available for
Plug-in Stations:
a.
5-Pin male XLR connectors for DMX input
b.
5-Pin female XLR connectors for DMX output
c.
6-Pin female XLR connectors for RFU and ETCLink
connections
d.
RJ45 connectors for Network connections - Twisted
Pair
e.
6-Pin female DIN connectors for Unison connections
f.
DB9 female serial connector for architectural control
from a computer
2.
Custom combinations and custom control connections shall
be available.
Physical
1.
Station faceplates shall be .80” aluminum, finished in fine
texture, scratch-resistant black powder coat. Silk-screened
graphics shall be white.
2.
The station panel shall mount into an industry standard back
box, depending on size and quantity of connectors. A
terminal block shall be supplied for contractor terminations.
POWER DISTRIBUTION – OUTLET AND PIGTAIL BOXES
A.
General
1.
Connectors shall be available as 20A, 50A and 100A
grounded stage pin, 20A twist lock and 20A “U” ground
(dual rated “T-slot”); other connectors shall be available as
specified.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
B.
Pigtails shall be three-wire type “SOW” rubber jacketed
cable sized for the maximum circuit ampacity.
Pigtails with 20-amp stage pin connectors shall be terminated
using 12 gauge 4-way indent crimp (with inspection window)
type where the wire is inserted and crimped directly in the
socket.
Terminations for pigtail connectors shall utilize feed- through
terminals individually labeled with corresponding circuit
numbers.
a.
20 amp circuits shall use screwless tension clamp
terminals listed for 20 – 8-gauge wire.
b.
Terminals that place a screw directly on the wire are
not acceptable.
Outlet and pigtail boxes shall be supplied with appropriate
brackets and hardware for mounting as shown on the
drawings
a.
Standard mounting options shall include pipe or wall
mounting
b.
Brackets shall be made from ASTM A 36 steel
c.
Hardware shall be ASTM A307 grade 5.
A low voltage distribution system shall be available to
incorporate DMX, Ethernet or other protocols as specified in
the power distribution box.
a.
A voltage barrier shall be used to separate the low
voltage wiring for the electrical circuits.
Power distribution equipment shall be listed by a nationally
recognized test lab (nrtl).
Physical
1.
Outlet and pigtail boxes shall be 6.25” H x 3.3” D and
fabricated from 18-gauge galvanized steel and finished in black
fine-texture powder coat paint.
a.
Covers shall be fabricated from 16-gauge galvanized
steel
2.
Outlet and pigtail boxes shall be available in any length
specified in increments of 3-inches with a maximum length
of up to 3-feet.
3.
Pigtails and outlets shall be spaced on 18” centers, or as
otherwise specified.
4.
Outlets shall be mounted on individual 3” panels.
5.
Circuits shall be labeled with 1.25” lettering.
a.
Circuit labeling options shall include:
1)
Circuits shall be labeled on the front side of
the connector strip with white lettering on
black background labels.
2)
Circuits shall be labeled on front and back
sides of the connector strip with white
lettering on black background labels.
3)
Circuits shall be labeled on the front side of
the connector strip with engraved lamicoid
labels utilizing white lettering on black
background labels.
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4)
6.
1.20
Circuits shall be labeled on the front and
rear sides of the connector strip with engraved
lamicoid labels utilizing white lettering on
black background labels.
5)
Circuits shall be labeled on one side of the
connector strip using individual circuit cover
plates with lettering engraved in the cover and
filled with the specified color.
6)
Circuits shall be labeled using specified
labeling per plans and drawings
Outlet and pigtail boxes shall support optional LED
indicators to indicate the presence of power at each local
circuit. The indicator shall be red in color and mounted in outlet
or pigtail box.
a.
The LED indicator shall be mounted in the lower
right corner of the outlet panel
b.
The LED indicator shall be mounted in the bottom of
the outlet or pigtail box directly below the outlet
panel.
c.
The LED indicator shall be mounted in the cover
plate directly below the circuit label for pigtail
circuits
POWER DISTRIBUTION – WALL POCKET
A.
B.
General
1.
The wall pocket shall be a wiring device designed for flush
mount installation into the wall.
2.
Connectors shall be available as 20A grounded stage pin,
20A twist lock and 20A “U” ground (dual rated “T-slot”);
other connectors shall be available as specified.
3.
Terminations shall be made at each connector by the installer
contractor.
a.
20 amp circuits shall use tension clamp terminals
listed for 20 – 8-gauge wire.
b.
Terminals that place a screw directly on the wire
shall not be acceptable.
4.
Wall pockets shall be supplied with back box and cover plate
5.
The wall pocket back box shall have provisions for an
integral voltage barrier for low voltage circuits.
6.
Wall pockets shall be listed by a nationally recognized test
lab (nrtl).
Physical
1.
Wall pocket back boxes shall be 8”H x 12” W x 6” D
fabricated from 16-gauge cold rolled steel and finished in
black fine-texture powder coat paint.
2.
Wall pocket covers shall be constructed of .16-gauge cold
rolled steel and finished in black fine-texture powder coat
paint.
a.
The cover shall be constructed with integral hinges
and four (4) or six (6) cable notches dependant on
circuit quantity.
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TV Studio Stage Equipment
b.
3.
4.
2.
INSTALLATION
2.1
GENERAL
A.
B.
C.
2.2
B.
C.
2.3
3.
Install using skilled workmen in accordance with manufacturer's
printed instructions and recommendations.
Install work in accordance highest industry standards. Handle
materials to avoid dents and other damages.
Set and secure materials and components rigid, plumb, and square.
WARRANTY
A.
Verify that job conditions are ready to receive work of this section.
Notify Architect of any existing condition, which will adversely affect
execution.
Verify that field measurements are as shown on shop drawings.
Verify that mechanical, electrical, and other items affecting work of
this section are in place and ready to receive the work.
INSTALLATION
A.
Covers shall be attached to the back box using four
(4) mounting holes and included hardware
Wall pocket connectors shall be mounted in a connector
panel fabricated of 16-gauge steel finished in a low gloss black
powder coat paint
a.
The connector plate shall be attached to the Wall
Pocket back box.
Circuits shall be labeled on the connector strip with 9/16”
lettering.
a.
Circuit labeling options shall include:
1)
Circuits shall be labeled on the front side of
the connector panel with white lettering on
black background labels.
2)
Circuits shall be labeled on the front side of
the connector panel with engraved lamicoid
labels utilizing white lettering on black
background labels.
3)
Circuits shall be labeled using specified
labeling per plans and drawings
Warranty on all theatrical equipment is to begin upon substantial
completion of construction or upon commissioning of the dimming
system.
EQUIPMENT LIST
1.0 Control
QTY
MFG
Item #
Description
1
ETC
Element 60/250
2
TBD
22lcd
Element Console - 60 Faders, 250 Channel
Output
22" LCD Monitor
1
CDW
TD
USB Drive
6
SSRC
2-FER-PBG
2-FER, Edison
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1
TMB
5P-15-DP
15ft DMX Cable
3
TMB
5P-25-DP
25ft DMX Data Cable
1
APC
BR1500G
Desktop UPS, 1500VA, 3YR Warranty
1
ETC
DMX In/AC
1
ETC
DMX Out
DMX Input Station. Face plate with (1) 5 Pin
Male XLR and Duplex PBG Outlet. Provide
Back Box with Voltage Barrier.
DMX Output Station with Back Box and
U-Bolt pipe mounting kit
3
1
ETC
PWC
DMX Out
4807
1
PWC
9016
DMX Output Station
Pathway eDIN Wall Mount DMX Data Splitter.
4-Output
DMX Data Splitter with Truss Mount Kit
3
DFD
124-4
DMX/RDM Data Splitter. 1-In, 4-Out
2.0 Electrical
QTY
MFG
Item #
Description
9
ETC
9302A
9
ETC
OffsetU
3
8
ETC
SSRC
9802
QB-20AD
Surface mount box, 2 – 18" Pigtails, StagePin Connectors wired to (2) 20 Amp Circuits.
(24 2.4k Circuits)
Offset U-Bolt Pipe Mounting Kit for outlet
boxes.
NEMA 2-Gang Plate with (2) Duplex PBG
Quad Box with (2) Duplex PBG and 18” PBG
Pigtail.
3.0 Dimming
QTY
MFG
Item #
Description
1
ETC
DRD-12-24-120
12
ETC
R20
1
ETC
P-TS7-WM
Unison Dimming Package to include:
(1) DRd12 Dimmer rack enclosure for up to 12
Power Control Modules
(1) Paradigm Processor
(1) Paradigm Station Power Module
R20 Relay Module - Dual 2.4k Relay
Module (24 Relay Circuits)
Wall Mount LCD Touch-Screen Station
4.0 Videssence Double Presenter System
QTY
MFG
Item #
Description
1
3
Videssence
Videssence
DDPS-DMX
P110-255BX-DMX-120
3
Videssence
ZS-P110-W
Double Presenter System
Power Key 110 Watt fixture, focusable, DMX
Dimming level control. (A)
Wide Zone Control Screen
2
Videssence
P055-155BX-DMX-120
2
Videssence
ZS-P055-W
Power Key 55 Watt Fixture, focusable, DMX
Dimming level control. (B)
Wide Zone Control Screen
8
Videssence
L-BX55/56
55Watt Lamps, 5600K
5
LightSource
MABB
Mega Clamp - Black - Stamped
5
Mthws
MB429740
1 to 2 Ft. 610-1220mm Light Weight
Telescoping Hanger with C-Clamp and Stirrup
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5
LEX/SSRC
PBG15
15ft 12/3 Edison Stingers
5
Peak
Safety
Safety Cable
1
LOT Color Correction Gel, Clips, Tape, Ties
5.0 Videssence 4 Person Desk Interview
QTY
MFG
Item #
Description
1
Videssence
D4PDS-DMX
4 Person Desk Interview System
4
Videssence
P220-455BX-DMX-120
4
Videssence
ZS-P220-W
Power Key 220 Watt fixture, focusable, DMX
Dimming level control. (A)
Wide Zone Control Screen
3
Videssence
P110-255BX-DMX-120
3
Videssence
ZS-P110-W
Power Key 110 Watt Fixture, focusable,
DMX Dimming level control. (B)
Wide Zone Control Screen
22
Videssence
L-BX55/56
55Watt Lamps, 5600K
7
LightSource
MABB
Mega Clamp - Black - Stamped
7
Mthws
MB429740
1 to 2 Ft. 610-1220mm Light Weight
Telescoping Hanger with C-Clamp and Stirrup
7
LEX/SSRC
PBG15
15ft 12/3 Edison Stingers
7
Peak
Safety
Safety Cable
1
LOT Color Correction Gel, Clips, Tape, Ties
6.0 Videssence Chromakey and Backdrop Wall Lighting System
QTY
MFG
Item #
Description
1
Videssence
DCWS-DMX
9
Videssence
SL110-255BX-DMX-120
1
Videssence
M110-255BX-DMX-120
2
Videssence
M110-255BX2-DMX-120
1
Videssence
P110-255BX-DMX-120
1
Videssence
ZS-P110-W
Chromakey and Backdrop Wall Lighting
System
Setlite 110Watt Fixture with DMX Dimming
level control
Modular 110Watt Fixture with DMX Dimming
level control. (A)
Modular 110Watt Fixture with DMX Dimming
level control. (B)
Power Key 110Watt Fixture, focusable, DMX
Dimming level control.
Wide Zone Control Screen
30
Videssence
L-BX55/30
55Watt Lamps, 5600K
14
LightSource
MABB
Mega Clamp - Black - Stamped
14
Mthws
MB429740
1 to 2 Ft. 610-1220mm Light Weight
Telescoping Hanger with C-Clamp and Stirrup
14
LEX/SSRC
PBG15
15ft 12/3 Edison Stingers
14
Peak
Safety
Safety Cable
1
LOT Color Correction Gel, Clips, Tape, Ties
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TV Studio Stage Equipment
7.0 LED Lighting Fixtures and Accessories
QTY
MFG
Item #
Description
8
ETC
S4WRDDG
8
8
ETC
CT
S4WRDPARNEL
2488
Source 4WRD Daylight Gallery 90+ CRI LED
Light Engine
Source 4WRD Parnel Body with Color Frame
Barndoor
8
Mthws
TVMP
5/8” Receiver
8
ETC
400CC
C-Clamp
8
Peak
Safety
Safety Cable
8
TMB
5P-25-DP
25ft DMX Cable
8
ETC
7067K1001
Source 4WRD Accessory Kit
10
iKAN
RWX10
Rayden 1x1 Daylight Studio Light w/DMX
Control
10
10
TLS
Peak
MAB
Safety
C-Clamp
Safety Cable
10
TMB
5P-25-DP
25ft DMX Cable
10
iKAN
IOC-NDF10
Neutral Diffusion for 1x1 Rayden
8.0 Hardware and Stingers
QTY
MFG
Item #
Description
10
CT
6330
8' Adjustable Tripod Stand with 5/8" Pin
20
ADV
Sand25
25lb Sand Bag
18
Mthws
MB429742
18
LEX/SSRC
PBG15
2 to 4 Ft. 610-1220mm Light Weight
Telescoping Hanger with C-Clamp and Stirrup
Hanger.
15ft 12/3 Edison Stinger
6
LEX/SSRC
PBG25
25ft 12/3 Edison Stinger
12
SSRC
PBG 3-FER
“W” Cable. 1-In, 3-Out. PBG
1
Misc. Supplies (Color Correction Gel, Clips,
Tape, Ties)
Note: Hardware provided sufficient to suspend all fixtures from pipe grid or suspend 10 fixtures
and stand mount 10 fixtures.
9.0 Track and Drape
QTY
MFG
Item #
Description
1
~
~
2
~
~
45
ROSCO
Chroma GRN/BLU Floor
Green Screen Drape: 26ft Wide x xxft Tall,
Flat, Grommets on 12" Centers. Bottom
Weight.
IFR Crescent Velour, 20oz., Drape: 30ft
Wide x xxft Tall, 50% Full, Grommets on
12" Centers. Bottom
Weight. Color: (1) Black, (1) Pewter
Lineal Feet of Chroma Green/Blue Floor
4
ROSCO
GaffTac Roll
2” Keying Tape
4
ROSCO
DST
Double Stick Tape
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CCSD-0811/9002
CGLS-16005/S&A-1726.10.1
Revised 03-07-18
Addendum No.3
16585 - 32
TV Studio Stage Equipment
3
ADC
242 CWANA
Curtain Track per drawings
10.0 Light Meter
1
Spectra
18002-A
Spectra IV-A Digital Light Meter
11.0 Pipe Grid
1
~
~
Pipe grid of 1.5” Schedule40 Steel Pipe per the
plans
20
6ft 1.5” SCH40 Aluminum Pipe, Black
40
2
Swivel Clamp
Pipe and Clamp Storage Cart with Casters
12.0 Labor
1
~
~
1
~
~
Low Voltage Data Terminations, System
Commissioning, Fixture preparation,
Videssence Fixture Install and Focus, Fixture
Testing, Pipe Grid Install, Track and Drape
Install, Owner Training. Provide full inventory
list.
Store loose fixtures and hangers on grid
adjacent to Room 3108.2 for end user
deployment. Store cable and other accessories
in room 3108.1 on shelving. Shelving provided
by others.
End of Section 16585
DOOR SCHEDULE
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
APPENDIX B
HOLLOW METAL
GALVANIZED STEEL
PAINT
PRE-FINISHED
HM
GS
P
PF
TWO ROOM NUMBER SIGNS ARE SCHEDULED FOR EACH CORRIDOR. INSTALL ONE AT EITHER END OF CORRIDOR.
SEE SHEET A-8.10 FOR DOOR AND FRAME ELEVATIONS.
SEE SHEETS A-8.30 THRU A-8.32 FOR DOOR HEAD, JAMB AND SILL DETAILS.
SEE SHEET A-8.11 FOR SIGNAGE TYPE ELEVATIONS.
REFER TO FINISH SCHEDULE AND A-9 SERIES DRAWINGS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING LOCATIONS OF FLOOR FINISH
TRANSITIONS. IN ADDITION TO THE METAL THRESHOLDS SCHEDULED HERE, PROVIDE TRANSITIONS AT ADJACENT FLOOR FINISHES
AS DETAILED IN SILL DETAILS ON SHEET A-8.30.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
AUTOMATIC HOLD OPEN DEVICE
ENTRANCE TO ELEVATOR, WAITING AREAS, OPEN STAIRWELLS AND STUDENT GANG TOILETS. PROVIDE AND INSTALL SIGNAGE AS
SCHEDULED.
PUSH/ PULL HARDWARE
ADA AUTOMATIC OPENING DEVICE.
EXIT ONLY, NO EXTERIOR HARDWARE.
ROOM NAME/ NUMBER SIGNAGE TO BE MOUNTED ON SIDELIGHT GLAZING.
5
6
8
9
10
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
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CROSS CORRIDOR DOOR - PREFINISHED HOLLOW METAL DOOR WITH RECESSED PANIC/ FIRE EXIT DEVICE.
4
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS, INC.
PANIC/ FIRE EXIT DEVICE WITH VERTICAL RODS
3
7
PANIC/ FIRE EXIT DEVICE
2
FOOTNOTES:
1
CLOSER
ALL EXTERIOR DOORS TO BE WEATHER-STRIPPED, HAVE CLOSERS AND BE PREPPED FOR FUTURE ACCESS CONTROL HARDWARE.
SOLID CORE WOOD
STEEL
STAINLESS STEEL
SIMILAR
PAIR
2.
WD
ST
SS
SIM
PR
APPENDIX B
DOOR SCHEDULE
ALL EXTERIOR HOLLOW METAL DOORS TO BE INSULATED.
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
1.
GENERAL NOTES:
ALUMINUM
AL
ABBREVIATIONS:
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
OVERHEAD COILING COUNTER SHUTTER, MOTOR OPERATED. DIMENSIONS GIVEN ARE FOR CLEAR WALL OPENING. REFER TO HEAD,
JAMB AND SILL DETAILS FOR FULL SIZE REQUIREMENTS.
NO LOCKING HARDWARE. SPACE TO BE SECURED BY COILING FIRE DOOR AFTER HOURS.
NEW DOOR AND FRAME IN EXISTING WALL. FIELD VERIFY EXISTING WALL CONSTRUCTION AND THICKNESS.
DRIP EDGE AT TOP OF DOOR FRAME.
GYMNASIUM STEEL GUARDRAIL GATE WITH PANIC DEVICE.
15
16
17
18
19
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PANIC DEVICE ON ORNAMENTAL METAL FENCING GATE.
14
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS, INC.
EXISTING FRAME TO REMAIN. FIELD VERIFY DOOR SIZE PRIOR TO SUBMITTING SHOP DRAWINGS. NOTIFY ARCHITECT OF ANY
DISCREPANCIES. PREP FRAME FOR NEW HARDWARE. PATCH, SAND AND REPAINT. RECONNECT DOOR POSITION SWITCH TO
SECURITY ALARM AT EXTERIOR DOORS.
13
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
OVERHEAD EXTERIOR, INSULATED COILING STEEL DOOR, MOTOR OPERATED. DIMENSIONS GIVEN ARE FOR CLEAR WALL OPENING.
REFER TO HEAD, JAMB AND SILL DETAILS FOR FULL SIZE REQUIREMENTS.
12
APPENDIX B
DOOR SCHEDULE
FIRE RATED COILING DOOR, MOTOR OPERATED. DIMENSIONS GIVEN ARE FOR CLEAR WALL OPENING. REFER TO HEAD, JAMB AND
SILL DETAILS FOR FULL SIZE REQUIREMENTS.
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
11
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CGLS 16005
A
3'-0"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
---
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A
A
D
B
B
B
B
B
---
A
---
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T100.2
T101.1
T102.1
T103.1
T104.1
T104.1.1
T105.1
T106.1
T107.1
T107.2
T108.1
T109.1
T109.2
T111.1
T112.1
T113.1
T114.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
2'-0"
3'-0"
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
---
EXISTING DOOR
PF
---
1
1
1
1
1
T03
1
---
WD
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
EXISTING DOOR
7'-0" 1-3/4"
EXISTING DOOR
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
1
---
EXISTING DOOR
PF
---
EXISTING DOOR
WD
---
EXISTING DOOR
7'-0" 1-3/4"
---
2
2
EXISTING DOOR
PF
P
---
WD
HM
EXISTING DOOR
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
B
T100.1
TEMPORARY ADMINISTRATION AREAS
E105.1
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
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P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
---
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---
---
---
P
P
---
H4
H4
H4
H4
H4
H4/H5
H4
H4
---
---
---
---
---
H1
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
J4
J4
J4
J4
J4
J4/J5
J4
J4
---
---
---
---
---
J1
S7
S7
S7
S7
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
S7
---
S7
---
S1B
SILL
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
L05
L05
F01
L05
J22
J22
J10
J02
J02
J02
J02
K02
L06
L06
L05
L06
L05
J20
A09
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
---
---
DETAIL
JAMB
3/D-1.10.1
EXISTING FRAME
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
---
---
---
---
---
HM
HM
HEAD
2
---
3
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
2A
---
---
---
---
2
3
TYPE
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
FRAME
DOOR
DOOR NO.
ELEV. WD
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
ADA IMPROVEMENTS AT BASEBALL FIELD
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
ADMINISTRATION
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RESTROOM
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SPRINKLER RISER
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MAIL ROOM
RESTROOM
SIGNAGE
TEXT
1,2
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1
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1
1
1
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1
1,17
NOTES
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T114.1
T113.1
T112.1
T111.1
T109.2
T109.1
T108.1
T107.2
T107.1
T106.1
T105.1
T104.1.1
T104.1
T103.1
T102.1
T101.1
T100.2
T100.1
E105.1
DOOR NO.
Appendix B
Door Schedule
B
T115.1
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
A
B
B
A
1102.1
1104.1
1105.1
1105.2
1106.1
1106.2
1107.1
1107.2
1108.1
1108.2
1109.1
1109.1.1
1109.2
1110.1
1110.1.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
4'-0"
3'-0"
4'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
A
1101.1
LEVEL 100
D
ELEV.
T114.2
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
1
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H4
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J4
DETAIL
JAMB
S10
---
---
S10
---
S10
S10
---
S10
S10
S10
S10
S10
---
S10
S10
---
S1B
SILL
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
C-45
C-45
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
F04
J10
J10
F04
J10
H12
H10
J19
H11
D02
D02
D02
D02
K27
D02
D01
J10
A01
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
EXISTING FRAME
HEAD
--RM NUM
TRAINING
RM NUM
TRAINING
RM NUM
COACHS OFFICE
RM NUM
RESTROOM
RM NUM
COACHS OFFICE
RM NUM
COACHS OFFICE
RM NUM
RESTROOM
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
3
1
2
1
2
1
3
RM NUM
BOYS LOCKER ROOM
RM NUM
BOYS LOCKER ROOM
RM NUM
GIRLS LOCKER ROOM
RM NUM
GIRLS LOCKER ROOM
RM NUM
LAUNDRY
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
2
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RM NUM
RM NUM
BOYS PE LOCKER ROOM
1
3
1
RM NUM
GIRLS PE LOCKER ROOM
---
---
SIGNAGE
TEXT
1
3
---
---
TYPE
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1,2
NOTES
Page 5 of 29
1110.1.1
1110.1
1109.2
1109.1.1
1109.1
1108.2
1108.1
1107.2
1107.1
1106.2
1106.1
1105.2
1105.1
1104.1
1102.1
1101.1
T115.1
T114.2
DOOR NO.
Appendix B
Door Schedule
A
B
C
C
C
A
B
D
B
D
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
1111.1
1112.1
1112.2
1115.1
1115.2
1116.1
1200.1
1201.1
1202.1
1202.1.1
1203.1
1204.1
1205.1
1206.1
1206.2
1207.1
1209.1
1210.1
1211.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 4'-0"
PR 4'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
4'-0"
3'-0"
WD
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
B
ELEV.
1110.2
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
WD
HM
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
P
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
3
5
2
3
3
3
3
2
2
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1/H2
H1
H1
H20
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1/J2
J1
J1
J20
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
---
---
---
---
S10
---
---
---
---
---
S10
---
S1B
S4
---
---
S4
S4
S4
---
SILL
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
C-45
---
---
---
---
C-45
B-90
B-90
B-90
---
C-45
---
H01
K21
H01
H01
J04
H03
H01
K09
K10
J05
H03
D05
A03
K11
B02
B02
C10
C09
C14
J10
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1A
RM NUM
LAUNDRY/LINEN
RM NUM
PANTRY
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
2
1
2
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
RM NUM
1
--RM NUM
ELEVATOR LOBBY
RM NUM
CULINARY ARTS
1
2
1
2
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
COACHS OFFICE
RM NUM
ELECTRICAL
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
STAIR C1
RM NUM
STAIR C1
RM NUM
CUSTODIAN
---
TYPE
1
2
1
2A
1
1A
1
1A
1
3
1
3
1
2
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
---
1
---
---
---
---
---
1
1
---
---
1
1,2
1
1211.1
1210.1
1209.1
1207.1
1206.2
1206.1
1205.1
1204.1
1203.1
1202.1.1
1202.1
1201.1
1200.1
1116.1
1115.2
Page 6 of 29
1, 3, 4, 5
1115.1
1112.2
1,2
1, 3, 4, 5
1112.1
1111.1
1110.2
DOOR NO.
1,2
1,2
1
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
A
A
G
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
D
A
---
---
---
A
A
B
1212.2
1213.1
1213.2
1214.1
1215.1
1216.1
1217.1
1217.1.1
1217.2
1217.3
1218.1
1219.1
1220.1
1221.1
1222.1
1223.1
1224.1
1300.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
---
---
---
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
8'-0"
PR 3'-0"
---
---
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
---
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
4'-6"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
PR 3'-6" 7'-0" 1-3/4"
PR 3'-0" 7'-0" 1-3/4"
WD
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
A
ELEV.
1212.1
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
WD
---
---
---
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
SS
WD
HM
HM
PF
PF
PF
---
---
---
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
SS
PF
P
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
2
2
2
---
---
---
2
9
2
10
2
3
2
2
2
---
3
3
3
P
P
P
---
---
---
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
---
P
P
P
H1
H1
H1
---
---
---
H1
H1/H2
J1
J1
J1
---
---
---
J1
J1/J2
J1
J1/J2
SIM
H4/H5
SIM
H1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J11
J1
J21
J1
H1
H13
H1
H1
H1
H9
H1
H21
H1
DETAIL
JAMB
---
S5
---
---
---
---
S5
SIM
S5
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
B-90
J10
F06
F06
---
---
---
K04
J02
H03
J02
H01
C03
F02
H04
J10
L02
K28
A03
C04
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
S6
S6
---
---
---
---
---
---
S5
---
---
S12
---
S1B
S4
SILL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
---
---
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
---
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
RM NUM
RM NUM
GIRLS
RM NUM
BOYS
RM NUM
RESTROOM
RM NUM
STAFF MEN
RM NUM
STAFF WOMEN
RM NUM
OFFICE
1
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
2
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1A
1
---
RM NUM
WORKROOM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RESTROOM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
2
1
1A
1
3
1
1A
1
1A
---
---
RM NUM
BOOK STORAGE
1
2
---
---
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
MECHANICAL
SPRINKLER RISER
---
TYPE
1
2A
2A
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
1224.1
1
1
1223.1
1
Page 7 of 29
1300.1
0.
1222.1
1221.1
1220.1
1219.1
1218.1
1217.3
1217.2
1217.1.1
1217.1
1216.1
1215.1
1214.1
1213.2
1213.1
6
6
6
1
---
---
---
---
1,2
1
---
1
15
1
1212.2
1212.1
1,2
1,2
DOOR NO.
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
B
B
---
---
---
---
---
---
D
D
C
1301.2
1302.1
1302.2
1302.1.1.
1302.1.2
1302.2.1
1302.2.2
1302.3.1
1302.3.2
1302.4.1
1302.4.2
1303.1
1303.2
1303.3
1303.4
1303.5
1303.6
1304.1
1304.2
13-D1.1
PR 4'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
4'-0"
PR 4'-0"
PR 4'-0"
PR 4'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
---
---
---
---
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
8'-0"
8'-0"
8'-0"
8'-0"
6'-0"
6'-0"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
PR '3'-0" 7'-0" 1-3/4"
PR '3'-0" 7'-0" 1-3/4"
PR '3'-0" 7'-0" 1-3/4"
PR '3'-0" 7'-0" 1-3/4"
WD
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
B
ELEV.
1301.1
DOOR NO.
HM
HM
HM
---
---
---
---
---
---
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
WD
HM
WD
PF
PF
PF
---
---
---
---
---
---
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
P
PF
P
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
3
3
3
---
---
---
---
---
---
2
2
9
9
2
2
2
2
8
3
8
3
P
P
P
---
---
---
---
---
---
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H1
H1
H1
---
---
---
---
---
---
H1
H1
H1/H2
H1/H2
H1
H1
H1
H1
H22
H1
H22
H1
J1
J1
J1
---
---
---
---
---
---
J1
J1
J1/J2
J1/J2
J1
J1
J1
J1
J21
J1
J21
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
S1B
---
S1B
---
SILL
B-90
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
C-45
C-45
---
---
---
---
B03
B01
B01
L03
L04
L04
L04
L03
L03
J13
J13
J02
J02
K04
K04
K06
K06
A08
C03
A08
C03
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
---
---
---
---
---
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
1, 3, 4, 5
RM NUM
STAIR D1
13-D1.1
1304.2
1304.1
1303.6
1303.5
1303.4
1303.3
1303.2
1303.1
1302.4.2
1302.4.1
1302.3.2
1302.3.1
1302.2.2
1302.2.1
1302.1.2
1302.1.1.
1302.2
1302.1
1301.2
1301.1
DOOR NO.
Page 8 of 29
1,3,4,5
RM NUM
1,3,4,5
14
14
14
14
14
14
1
1
---
---
1
1
1
1
1
3
RM NUM
---
---
---
---
---
---
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
1,2
1
1,2
1
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
1
1
---
---
---
---
---
---
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
---
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1A
---
---
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
---
TYPE
1
1A
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
C
B
C
A
A
A
C
C
A
C
A
C
C
A
A
A
A
A
D
13-E1.1
13-E1.2
14-F1.1
1401.1
1402.1
1403.1
14-G1.1
1404.1
1404.1.1
1404.2
1404.2.1
1404.3
1404.4
1405.1
1406.1
1407.1
1408.1
1409.1
1410.1
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
4'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-6"
PR 3'-6"
PR 3'-6"
WD
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
D
ELEV.
13-D1.2
DOOR NO.
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
HM
WD
HM
WD
HM
HM
WD
WD
WD
HM
HM
HM
HM
P
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
P
P
PF
P
PF
P
P
PF
PF
PF
P
P
PF
P
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
20
2
3
3
2
2
26
26
2
26
2
26
3
3
3
2
3
6
3
6
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H23
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H13
H13
H1
H13
H1
H13
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H23
H1
H23
S10
S1B
3/
A-2.71
---
---
---
S10
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
S11
SIM
S11
SIM
S4
---
S1B
---
S1B
SILL
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J20
J1
J20
DETAIL
JAMB
---
---
B-90
B-90
C-45
---
B-90
B-90
B-90
B-90
B-90
B-90
B-90
B-90
B-90
B-90
B-90
---
B-90
---
A04
D01
K29
K29
K08
D01
C11
C12
K06
C11
K06
C12
B05
K29
K29
C13
B05
A06
B03
A06
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
---
1,2
1
RM NUM
GIRLS
---
1
RM NUM
1
1
3
RM NUM
1
1
1,2
1,2
1
1,2
1
1,2
1,2,5
1
1
1,2
1,2,5
1,2,9
1410.1
1409.1
1408.1
1407.1
1406.1
1405.1
1404.4
1404.3
1404.2.1
1404.2
1404.1.1
1404.1
14-G1.1
1403.1
1402.1
1401.1
14-F1.1
13-E1.2
13-E1.1
13-D1.2
DOOR NO.
Page 9 of 29
1, 3, 4, 5
1,2,9
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
1
1
--RM NUM
BOYS
RM NUM
CUSTODIAN
1
3
1
2
RM NUM
GYMNASIUM
---
RM NUM
1
2
--1
---
RM NUM
RM NUM
STAIR G1
RM NUM
GYMNASIUM
1
3
1
2
1
RM NUM
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
STAIR F1
RM NUM
ELECTRICAL
1
3
1
2A
1
---
RM NUM
STAIR E1
1
3
---
---
SIGNAGE
TEXT
---
TYPE
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
A
1411.1
D
D
B
D
D
A
A
A
B
A
A
A
B
A
A
D
2000.2
2002.1
2003.1
2004.1
2005.1
2005.1.1
2005.2.1
2005.2
2005.3
2006.1
2007.1
2008.1
2009.1
2010.1
2011.1
2012.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
4'-0"
PR 3'-0"
WD
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
D
2000.1
LEVEL 200
D
ELEV.
1410.2
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
P
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
P
PF
PF
PF
PF
P
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
18
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
1
1
1
22
1
7
1
18
18
2
20
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H3
H4
H4
H4
H4
H4
H4
H27
H4
H4
H4
H6
H4
H27
H4
H11
H3
H1
H23
J1
J4
J4
J4
J4
J4
J4
J22
J4
J4
J4
J4/J5
J4
J22
J4
J9
J1
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
6/
A-2.71
S7
S7
---
---
S5
S5
---
S1B
---
---
S5
---
---
S1B
---
S9
S7
---
S1B
SILL
---
---
B-90
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
H15
J03
K06
G01
F02
F03
J02
A02
G02
K02
F02
G01
J07
A02
G01
J14
J18
K23
A03
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
RM NUM
RM NUM
RECORDS VAULT
RM NUM
WORKROOM
RM NUM
ATTENDANCE
1
2
1
2
1
2
RM NUM
STAFF MEN
RM NUM
STAFF WOMEN
1
3
1
3
1
RM NUM
---
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
1
---
1
1
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1A
1
---
RM NUM
ADMINISTRATION
RM NUM
ADMINISTRATION
RM NUM
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY
RM NUM
---
SIGNAGE
TEXT
---
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
---
TYPE
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
1,10
---
1
---
1
1
---
1,2
---
---
1
---
---
1,2
---
1,10
1,10
1
1,2,8
2012.1
2011.1
2010.1
2009.1
2008.1
2007.1
2006.1
2005.3
2005.2
2005.2.1
2005.1.1
2005.1
2004.1
2003.1
2002.1
2000.2
2000.1
1411.1
1410.2
DOOR NO.
Page 10 of 29
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
A
D
J
D
D
A
A
D
D
B
E
E
E
E
E
H
H
H
H
2013.1.1
2014.1
2014.2
2015.1
2015.2
2015.1.1
2015.2.1
2016.1
2016.2
2017.1
2100.1
2100.2
2100.3
2101.1
2101.2
2101.3
2101.4
2101.5
2101.6
13'-4"
9'-8"
20'-0"
9'-8"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
10'-8" 1-3/4"
10'-8" 1-3/4"
10'-8" 1-3/4"
10'-8" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
4'-6" 1-3/4"
4@
2'-1"
3'-0"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
D
ELEV.
2013.1
DOOR NO.
SS
SS
SS
SS
AL
AL
AL
AL
AL
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
SS
SS
SS
SS
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
---
---
---
---
S05
S05
C3
C3
C4
---
15
15
2
2
2
7
---
13
1
11
---
---
---
---
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
---
P
P
P
P
P
P
---
P
P
P
H8
H8
H8
H8
H10
H10
H24
H24
H24
---
H13
H13
H1
H1
H1
H3
H12
H4/H5
H4
H4/H5
J7
J7/ 14/
A-2.71
14/
A-2.71
J7/ 14/
A-2.71
J8 SIM
J8 SIM
8/
A-2.71
13/
A-2.71
13/
A-2.71
---
J3
J3
J1
J1
J1
J1
J10
J2/J4
J4
J4/J5
DETAIL
JAMB
---
---
---
---
S8
S8
S1B
S1B
S1B
---
S7
S7
---
---
S7
---
S12
---
S5
S7
SILL
B-90
B-90
B-90
B-90
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
L02
L02
L02
L02
AL-04
AL-03
AL-02
AL-01
AL-01
J01
D04
D04
K12
K04
J03
D03
L01
J08
F02
J21
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
---
---
---
---
AL
AL
AL
AL
AL
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
---
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
--RM NUM
ADMINISTRATION
1
2
RM NUM
MDF
RM NUM
MEDIA CENTER
---
RM NUM
1
2A
1
2
RM NUM
SCHOOL STORE
RM NUM
SCHOOL STORE
1
2
1
2
1
---
RM NUM
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
CLINIC
RM NUM
RESTROOM
---
1
TYPE
1
2
1
3
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
11
11
11
11
1,2
1,2
1,2,8
1,2
1,2
13
1,16
2101.6
2101.5
2101.4
2101.3
2101.2
2101.1
2100.3
2100.2
2100.1
2017.1
2016.2
2016.1
2015.2.1
2015.1.1
2015.2
2015.1
2014.2
2014.1
2013.1.1
2013.1
DOOR NO.
Page 11 of 29
1,10,16
1
1
17
1,16
---
---
1
1
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
B
---
B
D
B
D
D
B
D
D
D
D
D
D
A
B
D
D
D
2103.1
2104.1
2105.1
2106.1
2107.1
2109.1
2110.1
2111.1
2112.1
2113.1
2114.1
2115.1
2116.1
2117.1
2118.1
2119.1
2120.1
2121.1
2123.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
---
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
WD
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
C
ELEV.
21-A2.1
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
---
WD
HM
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
---
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
16
14
14
2
1
11
14
14
14
14
14
2
21
21
2
21
2
---
2
3
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
---
P
P
H1/H2
H4/H5
H4/H5
H1
H4
H4/H5
H4/H5
H4/H5
H4/H5
H4/H5
H4/H5
H1
H3
H3
H1
H3
H1
---
H1
H1
J1/J2
J4/J5
J4/J5
J1
J4
J4/J5
J4/J5
J4/J5
J4/J5
J4/J5
J4/J5
J1
J1/J2
J1/J2
J1
J1/J2
J1
---
J1
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
S7
---
---
S7
S7
---
---
---
---
---
---
S7
S7
S7
---
S7
---
S5
S7
---
SILL
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
B-90
J18
J02
J02
J18
K05
J02
J02
J02
J02
J02
J02
J18
H13
J11
J10
J11
J10
---
J11
B02
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
---
HM
HM
HEAD
RM NUM
RM NUM
STAFF ONLY
1
1
2
RM NUM
1,10
---
---
1
RM NUM
SPECIAL EDUCATION
OFFICE
1
2
1
1
---
---
---
---
---
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
---
1
1,10
1,10
1
Page 12 of 29
2123.1
2121.1
2120.1
2119.1
2118.1
2117.1
2116.1
2115.1
2114.1
2113.1
2112.1
2111.1
2110.1
2109.1
2107.1
2106.1
2105.1
1
1,10
2104.1
2103.1
21-A2.1
DOOR NO.
6
1
1, 3, 4, 5
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
RESTROOM
RM NUM
MAIL
RM NUM
OFFICE
RM NUM
WORKROOM
RM NUM
AP OFFICE
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
SPECIAL EDUCATION
OFFICE
1
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1A
1
2
RM NUM
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
STAIR A2
1
TYPE
1
3
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
D
B
B
A
B
D
A
A
B
B
A
B
B
2125.1
2126.1
2127.1
2128.1
2129.1
2130.1
2130.2
2131.1
2131.2
2132.1
2133.1
2134.1
2135.1
2136.1
2137.1
2138.1
2138.2
2138.3
2139.1
2139.2
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
B
ELEV.
2124.1
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
14
1
1
1
1
17
18
17
14
1
14
14
14
23
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H1
H1
H4
H4
H1
H4
H1
H4/H5
H4
H4
H4
H4
H3
H4/H5
H3
H4/H5
H4
H4/H5
H4/H5
H4/H5
H4/H5
J1
J1
J4
J4
J1
J4
J1
J4/J5
J4
J4
J4
J4
J1/J2
J4/J5
J1/J2
J4/J5
J4
J4/J5
J4/J5
J4/J5
J4/J5
DETAIL
JAMB
---
---
---
S7
---
S5
S7
---
S7
S7
---
---
S7
---
S7
---
---
---
---
---
---
SILL
---
---
---
---
---
---
B-90
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
H14
H14
E01
H02
H14
F02
K07
J02
J11
K05
J02
J08
J11
J17
J11
J02
J02
J02
J02
J02
J02
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1A
1
1A
RM NUM
VAULT
RM NUM
RESTROOM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
RM NUM
1
2
1
3
1
1A
1
1A
RM NUM
WORKROOM
1
2
1
RM NUM
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
CAREER CENTER
RM NUM
CAREER CENTER
1
RM NUM
1
2
1
2
RM NUM
GUIDANCE
1
RM NUM
1
2
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
SIGNAGE
TEXT
1
1
1
1
1
1
TYPE
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
1
1
---
---
1
1
1
---
1
1
---
---
1,10
1
1,10
---
---
---
---
---
---
2139.2
2139.1
2138.3
2138.2
2138.1
2137.1
2136.1
2135.1
2134.1
2133.1
2132.1
2131.2
2131.1
2130.2
2130.1
2129.1
2128.1
2127.1
2126.1
2125.1
2124.1
DOOR NO.
Page 13 of 29
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
A
A
B
B
B
A
D
C
A
---
---
E
E
E
D
C
C
D
C
2139.2.1
2139.3.1
2140.1
2141.1
2141.2
2141.1.1
2141.2.1
21-B2.1
2142.1
2143.1
2144.1
2145.1
2145.2
2145.3
2200.1
2200.2
2200.3
2200.4
2201.1
---
---
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
PR 4'-0"
PR 3'-6"
PR 4'-0"
PR 4'-0"
PR 3'-6"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
PR '3'-0" 7'-0" 1-3/4"
PR '3'-0" 7'-0" 1-3/4"
PR '3'-0" 7'-0" 1-3/4"
---
---
3'-0"
PR 4'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
D
ELEV.
2139.1.1
DOOR NO.
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
AL
AL
AL
---
---
WD
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
P
P
PF
PF
P
PF
PF
PF
---
---
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
3
25
3
3
25
S20
S20
S20
---
---
2
3
9
2
3
2
1
1
1
9
P
P
P
P
P
PF
PF
PF
---
---
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H1
H34
H1
H1
H34
H25
H25
H25
---
---
H1
H1
H1/H2
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1/H2
J1
J20
J1
J1
J20
9/
A-2.70
9/
A-2.70
9/
A-2.70
---
---
J1
J1
J1/J2
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1/J2
DETAIL
JAMB
---
S1B
---
---
S1B
S1B
S1B
S1B
S6
S6
S4
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
SILL
B-90
---
B-90
B-90
---
---
---
---
---
---
C-45
B-90
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
B02
A03
B02
B02
A03
AL-02
AL-02
AL-01
---
---
C13
B02
J02
K02
C03
H14
H01
K03
K02
J02
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
AL
AL
AL
---
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
1
---
1
1
---
---
---
RM NUM
---
RM NUM
RM NUM
---
---
---
---
RM NUM
STAIR B2
RM NUM
ELECTRICAL
RM NUM
BOYS
RM NUM
GIRLS
1
3
1
2A
1
3
1
3
---
RM NUM
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
SIGNAGE
TEXT
1
1
1
TYPE
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
2201.1
2200.4
2200.3
2200.2
2200.1
2145.3
2145.2
2145.1
2144.1
2143.1
2142.1
21-B2.1
2141.2.1
2141.1.1
2141.2
2141.1
2140.1
2139.3.1
2139.2.1
2139.1.1
DOOR NO.
Page 14 of 29
1,3,4,5
1,2
1,3,4,5
1,3,4,5
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2,8
6
6
1,2
1, 3, 4, 5
---
---
1
1
---
---
---
---
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
B
B
A
A
D
B
D
A
B
A
B
B
A
B
D
A
A
B
B
D
2203.1
2203.2
2203.1.1
2203.2.1
2203.3.1
2204.1
2205.1
2206.1
2207.1
2207.1.1
2208.1
2210.1
2210.1.1
2210.2
2210.2.1
2210.3.1
2211.1
2212.1
2213.1
2214.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
4'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
B
ELEV.
2202.1
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
P
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
21
2
2
2
2
23
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
17
2
4
2
2
2
2
2
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H3
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1/H2
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H3
H1
H1/H2
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
J1/J2
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1/J2
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1/J2
J1
J1/J2
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
S7
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
S5
---
S4
S7
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
SILL
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
C-45
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
H06
H01
H01
K04
K04
J02
H14
K02
H14
H05
F02
H01
K20
J15
H01
J02
K04
K04
H03
H03
H01
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
RM NUM
1
1
RM NUM
1,10
---
---
1
1
---
1
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
---
RM NUM
1
---
1
---
1
1,10
---
---
1
1A
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
OFFICE
RM NUM
CUSTODIAN
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RESTROOM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1
---
---
---
2214.1
2213.1
2212.1
2211.1
2210.3.1
2210.2.1
2210.2
2210.1.1
2210.1
2208.1
2207.1.1
2207.1
2206.1
2205.1
2204.1
2203.3.1
2203.2.1
2203.1.1
2203.2
2203.1
2202.1
DOOR NO.
Page 15 of 29
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
1
RM NUM
1
1A
1
2
1
2
1
1A
1
3
1
1A
1
1A
RM NUM
RM NUM
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1
1
TYPE
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
B
---
---
A
B
B
B
D
B
B
C
B
D
A
A
B
D
A
A
2215.2
2216.1
2217.1
2219.1
2302.1
2302.2
2303.1
2303.1.1
2304.1
2305.1
23-E2.1
2307.1
2307.1.1
2309.1
2309.2
2310.1
2310.1.1
2311.1
2312.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-6"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
---
---
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
C
ELEV.
2215.1
DOOR NO.
WD
HM
WD
WD
HM
HM
WD
WD
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
HM
WD
---
---
WD
WD
PF
P
PF
PF
P
P
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
---
---
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
2
2
9
2
2
2
9
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
---
---
2
2
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
---
---
P
P
H1
H1
H1/H2
H1
H1
H1
H1/H2
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
---
---
H1
H1
J1
J1
J1/J2
J1
J1
J1
J1/J2
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
---
---
J1
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
S5
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
S4
S4
S4
S6
S6
S7
S7
SILL
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
B-90
---
---
---
---
---
---
C-45
---
---
---
B-90
F05
K01
J02
H05
K04
K04
J02
H01
B03
H01
H01
J02
H01
C08
C06
C13
---
---
C08
C07
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
---
---
HM
HM
HEAD
1
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
STAFF MEN
1
3
--1
RM NUM
---
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1
RM NUM
1
1
1A
RM NUM
---
---
2312.1
2311.1
2310.1.1
2310.1
2309.2
2309.1
2307.1.1
2307.1
23-E2.1
2305.1
2304.1
2303.1.1
2303.1
2302.2
2302.1
Page 16 of 29
1, 3, 4, 5
---
---
---
---
1,2
1,2
2219.1
2217.1
6
1,2
2216.1
2215.2
2215.1
DOOR NO.
6
1,2
1,2
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
1
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
STAIR E2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
RM NUM
1
1A
1
1A
1
3
1
1A
RM NUM
RANGE
RM NUM
RANGE
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
2
1
2
1
1A
1
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
LECTURE HALL
RM NUM
LECTURE HALL
RM NUM
GIRLS
RM NUM
BOYS
RM NUM
ELECTRICAL
TYPE
1
2
1
2
1
3
1
3
1
2A
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
D
C
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
C
2314.1
23-D2.1
2400.1
2401.1
2402.1
2402.2
2402.3
2402.4
2402.5
2402.6
2402.7
2402.8
2402.9
2402.10
2402.11
2402.12
2402.13
2402.14
24-F2.1
PR 3'-0"
4'-0"
4'-0"
4'-0"
4'-0"
4'-0"
4'-0"
4'-0"
4'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-6"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
3'-6"
3'-6"
3'-6"
3'-6"
3'-6"
3'-6"
3'-6"
3'-6"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
A
ELEV.
2313.1
DOOR NO.
HM
ST
ST
ST
ST
ST
ST
ST
ST
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
HM
WD
WD
HM
WD
WD
PF
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
PF
PF
PF
PF
P
P
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
3
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
19
19
19
19
8
8
2
2
3
21
2
P
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H1
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
H13
H13
H13
H13
H22
H22
H1
H1
H1
H3
H1
J1
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
J3
J3
J3
J3
J21
J21
J1
J1
J1
J1/J2
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
S13
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
S13
S13
S13
S13
S1B
S1B
S10
S10
---
S7
S5
SILL
B-90
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
B-90
---
---
B03
L07
L07
L07
L07
L07
L07
L07
L07
C01
C02
C01
C02
A03
A03
D01
D01
B03
J11
F05
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
1,3,4,5
24-F2.1
2402.14
2402.13
2402.12
2402.11
2402.10
2402.9
2402.8
2402.7
2402.6
2402.5
2402.4
2402.3
2402.2
2402.1
2401.1
2400.1
23-D2.1
2314.1
2313.1
DOOR NO.
Page 17 of 29
19
--RM NUM
STAIR F2
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
1,2
1
3
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1
1
1, 3, 4, 5
1,10
1
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
--RM NUM
GYMNASIUM
1
2
1
2
---
--RM NUM
GYMNASIUM
---
---
RM NUM
BOYS
RM NUM
GIRLS
1
3
1
3
---
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
STAFF WOMEN
RM NUM
OFFICE
RM NUM
STAIR D2
TYPE
1
3
1
2
1
3
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
C
B
A
A
A
A
B
A
G
A
A
E
E
E
C
C
B
B
B
24-G2.1
24-G2.2
2402.1.1
2402.2.1
2403.1
2404.1
2405.1
2405.2
2405.3
2406.1
2407.1
2409.1
2409.2
2409.3
2500.1
2500.2
2500.3
2500.4
2500.5
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
12'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
WD
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
4'-6"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
B
ELEV.
24-F2.2
DOOR NO.
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
AL
AL
AL
WD
WD
SS
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
HM
HM
PF
PF
P
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
SS
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
P
PF
P
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
---
---
8
---
---
C9
C9
C10
2
2
---
2
2
2
2
2
2
8
3
8
P
P
P
P
P
PF
PF
PF
P
P
---
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H1
J1
J1
---
---
S1B
H1
---
--J21
SIM
---
S1B
S1B
S1B
S10
---
---
---
---
---
B-90
B-90
---
B-90
B-90
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
C-45
S4
SIM
S10
---
---
B-90
---
B02
B02
A05
B04
B04
AL-02
AL-01
AL-01
D01
K09
L02
K13
K09
K13
D01
C13
K02
A06
B03
A06
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
S13
S1B
S13
S1B
3/
D-1.10.1
---
J1
J1
J11
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J21
J1
J21
SILL
---
---
H46
H46
H46
H1
H1
H9
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H22
H1
H22
DETAIL
JAMB
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
---
---
AL
AL
AL
HM
HM
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
RM NUM
BOYS
---
RM NUM
1
3
--1
---
RM NUM
RM NUM
CONCESSIONS
1
RM NUM
1
2
RM NUM
ELECTRICAL
RM NUM
GIRLS
RM NUM
1
1
2A
1
3
1
---
RM NUM
STAIR G2
1
3
---
---
SIGNAGE
TEXT
---
TYPE
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
2500.5
2500.4
2500.3
2500.2
2500.1
2409.3
2409.2
2409.1
2407.1
2406.1
2405.3
2405.2
2405.1
2404.1
2403.1
2402.2.1
2402.1.1
24-G2.2
24-G2.1
24-F2.2
DOOR NO.
Page 18 of 29
1,3,4,5
1,3,4,5
1,2,17,18
1,3,4,5,13
1,3,4,5,13
1,2
1,2
1,2,8
1
1
15
1
1
1
1
1,2
---
1,2
1,3,4,5
1,2
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
B
B
---
---
A
A
A
B
B
B
A
A
D
B
D
B
H
B
D
D
2501.2
2501.3
2502.1
2503.1
2504.1
2505.1
2506.1
2507.1
2507.2
2507.3
2507.1.1
2507.2.1
2507.3.1
2508.1
2508.2
2509.1
2509.2
2509.3
2509.1.1
2509.2.1
3'-0"
4'-0"
3'-0"
12'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
---
---
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
WD
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
14'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
B
ELEV.
2501.1
DOOR NO.
HM
HM
HM
GS
WD
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
---
---
HM
HM
HM
P
P
P
PF
PF
P
PF
PF
PF
PF
P
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
---
---
P
P
P
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
P
P
P
---
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
---
---
P
P
P
H1/H2
H1/H2
H21
H28
H1
H1
H1
H1/H2
H1
H1
---
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
---
---
H26
H26
H26
J1/J2
J1/J2
J21
J24
J1
J1
J1
J1/J2
J1
J1
---
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
---
---
J23
J23
J23
DETAIL
JAMB
S4
---
S1B
---
S4
S4
---
---
---
---
S1B
---
---
S4
S10
S10
S6
S6
S1B
S1B
S1B
SILL
---
---
---
---
C-45
---
C-45
---
---
---
---
---
C-45
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
J03
J09
A02
L02
H17
J03
H16
J02
K04
K04
A03
C05
C05
C13
F05
F05
---
---
A04
A03
A03
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
9
HM
2
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
---
---
HM
HM
HM
9
SIM
---
2
2
2
9
2
2
---
2
2
2
2
2
---
---
8
8
8
HEAD
1
1
---
RM NUM
RM NUM
---
---
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
---
RM NUM
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
RM NUM
RM NUM
1
1
1
---
RM NUM
BOYS
RM NUM
GIRLS
RM NUM
STAFF MEN
RM NUM
STAFF WOMEN
RM NUM
ELECTRICAL
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
2A
1
1A
1
1A
---
---
---
---
SIGNAGE
TEXT
---
---
---
TYPE
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
---
1
1,2
12
1
---
1
---
1
1
2509.2.1
2509.1.1
2509.3
2509.2
2509.1
2508.2
2508.1
2507.3.1
2507.2.1
2507.1.1
2507.3
2507.2
2507.1
2506.1
2505.1
2504.1
2503.1
2502.1
2501.3
2501.2
2501.1
DOOR NO.
Page 19 of 29
1,2,13
1,2
1,2
1,2
1
1
6
6
1,2
1,2
1,2
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
A
A
B
A
D
H
A
H
H
A
A
A
D
B
2509.4.1
2509.5.1
2510.1
2510.2
2510.1.1
2510.1.2
2511.1
2511.2
2511.3
2511.1.1
2511.2.1
2511.3.1
2511.4.1
2512.1
A
A
---
3101.1
3102.1
3103.1
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
14'-0" 1-3/4"
14'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
14'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
---
3'-0"
3'-6"
PR 3'-6"
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
PR '3'-0" 7'-0" 1-3/4"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
12'-0"
12'-0"
3'-0"
12'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
C
31-A3.1
LEVEL 300
A
ELEV.
2509.3.1
DOOR NO.
---
WD
WD
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
GS
GS
HM
GS
HM
HM
WD
HM
HM
HM
---
PF
PF
PF
P
P
P
P
P
PF
PF
P
PF
P
P
PF
P
P
P
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
---
2
2
3
8
4
2
2
2
---
---
2
---
24
2
2
2
2
2
---
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
---
---
P
---
P
P
P
P
P
P
---
H1
H1
H1
H21
H1/H2
H1
H1
H1
H28
H28
H21
H28
H13 SIM
H21
H1
H1
H1
H1
---
J1
J1
J1
J21
J1/J2
J1
J1
J1
J24
J24
J21
J24
J1
J21
J1
J1
J1
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
C-45
---
S5
SIM
B-90
B-90
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
C-45
---
---
---
---
C13
K19
B03
A03
J02
K05
K05
K05
L02
L02
A01
L02
J08
A02
H17
K05
K05
K05
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
S4
S4
---
S1B
---
---
---
---
---
---
S1B
---
---
S1B
S7
S4
S4
S4
SILL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
---
---
HM
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
1
3
1
2A
1
2A
1
3
---
1
1
1
1
---
---
---
---
1
RM NUM
STAIR A3
RM NUM
ELEVATOR MACHINE
RM NUM
ELECTRICAL
RM NUM
RESTROOM
---
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
---
---
---
---
RM NUM
---
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1A
---
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
SIGNAGE
TEXT
1
1
1
TYPE
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
6
1,2
1
3103.1
3102.1
3101.1
31-A3.1
2512.1
2511.4.1
2511.3.1
2511.2.1
2511.1.1
2511.3
2511.2
2511.1
2510.1.2
2510.1.1
2510.2
2510.1
2509.5.1
2509.4.1
2509.3.1
DOOR NO.
Page 20 of 29
1, 3, 4, 5
1,2
---
1
1
1
12
12
1,2
12
---
1,2
1
1
1
1
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
B
B
A
B
A
D
B
D
B
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
B
B
C
A
3105.1
3106.1
3107.1
3108.1
3108.1.1
3108.2.1
3108.3.1
3108.4.1
3109.1
3109.1.1
3109.2.1
3109.3.1
3109.4.1
3109.5.1
3109.6.1
3109.7.1
3110.1
3111.1
31-B3.1
3113.1
4'-0"
PR 3'-6"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
D
ELEV.
3104.1
DOOR NO.
WD
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
2
3
2
2
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
21
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1/H2
H1/H2
H1/H2
H1/H2
H1/H2
H1/H2
H1/H2
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H3
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1/J2
J1/J2
J1/J2
J1/J2
J1/J2
J1/J2
J1/J2
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1/J2
DETAIL
JAMB
S4
---
---
---
S25
S25
S25
S25
S25
S25
S25
---
S25
S25
S25
S26
S26
S26
---
---
S7
SILL
C-45
B-90
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
K17
B03
H01
H01
J06
J02
J02
J02
J02
J02
J02
H03
J02
K26
J10
K04
H03
K04
H01
J10
J11
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
STAIR B3
RM NUM
CUSTODIAN
1
1A
1
1A
1
3
1
2
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
1
1
1
1
1
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
RM NUM
1
1A
RM NUM
RM NUM
1
1
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1A
1
RM NUM
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
OFFICE
RM NUM
WORKROOM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
TYPE
1
2
1
2
1
1A
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
1
3113.1
31-B3.1
3111.1
3110.1
3109.7.1
3109.6.1
3109.5.1
3109.4.1
3109.3.1
3109.2.1
3109.1.1
3109.1
3108.4.1
3108.3.1
3108.2.1
3108.1.1
3108.1
3107.1
3106.1
3105.1
3104.1
DOOR NO.
Page 21 of 29
1, 3, 4, 5
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
1
1
1
---
1
---
1
1,10
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
B
A
A
A
---
---
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
D
A
3115.1
3117.1
3118.1
3119.1
3120.1
3121.1
3124.1
3125.1
3126.1
3126.2
3126.3
3127.1
3127.2
3127.3
3200.1
3200.2
3200.3
3201.1
3202.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 4'-0"
PR 4'-0"
PR 4'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
---
---
3'-0"
3'-0"
4'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
B
ELEV.
3114.1
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
HM
HM
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
---
---
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
---
---
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
2
21
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
---
---
2
2
2
2
2
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
---
---
P
P
P
P
P
H1
H3
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
---
---
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
J1
J1/J2
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
---
---
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
---
S7
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
S6
S6
S5
S5
S4
---
---
SILL
C-45
---
B-90
B-90
B-90
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
---
---
---
---
---
---
C-45
---
---
K25
H07
B02
B02
B02
K22
H16
H16
K22
H16
H16
H01
H01
---
---
F06
F06
K16
H01
H01
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
---
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
RM NUM
RM NUM
STAIR C3
RM NUM
STAIR C3
RM NUM
STAIR C3
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
1A
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
RM NUM
1
1A
1
1A
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
CUSTODIAN
RM NUM
STAFF MEN
RM NUM
STAFF WOMEN
RM NUM
BOYS
RM NUM
GIRLS
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
TYPE
1
1A
1
1A
1
2
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
1
1,10
3202.1
3201.1
3200.3
3200.2
3200.1
3127.3
3127.2
3127.1
3126.3
3126.2
3126.1
3125.1
3124.1
3121.1
3120.1
Page 22 of 29
1, 3, 4, 5
1, 3, 4, 5
1, 3, 4, 5
1
1
1
1
1
1
---
---
6
6
3119.1
3118.1
1
1
3117.1
3115.1
3114.1
DOOR NO.
1
---
---
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
A
B
B
B
A
D
B
B
B
3204.1
3205.1
3205.2
3205.3
3206.1
3206.2
3206.3
3207.1
3207.2
3207.3
3210.1
3211.1
3212.1
3213.1
3213.2
3213.1.1
3213.2.1
3215.1.
3216.1
3217.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-6"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
B
ELEV.
3203.1
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
2
2
2
9
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H1
H1
H1
H1/H2
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
J1
J1
J1
J1/J2
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
S4
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
SILL
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
B-90
---
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
---
C-45
H01
H01
H05
J06
K04
H14
H14
H01
K19
D05
K22
H16
H16
K22
H16
H16
K22
H16
H16
K04
J12
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
RM NUM
RM NUM
ELEVATOR LOBBY
RM NUM
ELEVATOR MACHINE
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
RM NUM
1
2
1
2A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
RM NUM
1
1A
1
1A
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
RM NUM
1
1A
1
1A
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
SCIENCE WORKROOM
RM NUM
CURRICULUM STORAGE
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
TYPE
1
2
1
2
1
1A
1
1A
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
---
---
---
---
1
1
1
---
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Page 23 of 29
3217.1
3216.1
3215.1.
3213.2.1
3213.1.1
3213.2
3213.1
3212.1
3211.1
3210.1
3207.3
3207.2
3207.1
3206.3
3206.2
3206.1
3205.3
3205.2
1
1
3205.1
3204.1
3203.1
DOOR NO.
1
1
1
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
B
A
A
---
---
D
B
B
D
A
B
B
C
B
B
A
B
D
A
3219.1
3219.1.1
3219.1.2
3220.1
3221.1
3222.1
3302.1
3302.2
3302.1.1
3302.2.1
3303.1
3304.1
33-E3.1
3307.1
3308.1
3308.1.1
3308.2
3308.3.1
3309.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-6"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
---
---
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
B
ELEV.
3218.1
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
---
---
WD
WD
WD
WD
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
---
---
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
2
9
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
4
2
2
21
---
---
2
2
2
2
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
---
---
P
P
P
P
H1
H1/H2
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1/H2
H1
H1
H3
---
---
H1
H1
H1
H1
J1
J1/J2
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1/J2
J1
J1
J1/J2
---
---
J1
J1
J1
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
S4
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
S7
S6
S6
S5
S5
---
---
SILL
C-45
---
---
---
---
---
B-90
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
K15
J02
H03
J10
H03
H01
B03
H01
H01
K04
J02
H03
H03
H07
---
---
F02
F02
H01
H01
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
---
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
RM NUM
RM NUM
ELECTRICAL
1
2A
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
RM NUM
1
1A
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
STAIR E3
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
RM NUM
1
1A
1
1A
1
3
1
1A
1
1A
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RESTROOM
RM NUM
RESTROOM
RM NUM
GIRLS
RM NUM
BOYS
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1
1
1A
1
1A
TYPE
1
1A
1
1A
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
1A
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
1
---
---
1
---
---
3309.1
3308.3.1
3308.2
3308.1.1
3308.1
3307.1
33-E3.1
3304.1
3303.1
3302.2.1
3302.1.1
3302.2
3302.1
3222.1
3221.1
Page 24 of 29
1, 3, 4, 5
---
---
1
---
---
---
1,10
6
3220.1
3219.1.2
1
6
3219.1.1
3219.1
3218.1
DOOR NO.
1
---
---
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
A
D
C
3311.1
3312.1
33-D3.1
A
---
D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
A
B
B
4101.1
4102.1
4103.1
4104.1
4105.1
4106.1
4107.1
4109.1
4110.1
4111.1
41-B4.1
4112.1
4113.1
4114.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
4'-0"
PR 3'-6"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
---
3'-0"
PR 3'-6"
PR 3'-6"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
C
41-A4.1
LEVEL 400
A
ELEV.
3310.1
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
WD
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
---
WD
HM
HM
WD
WD
WD
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
---
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
21
---
2
3
3
21
2
2
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
---
P
P
P
P
P
P
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H3
---
H1
H1
H1
H3
H1
H1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1/J2
---
J1
J1
J1
J1/J2
J1
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
---
---
S4
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
S7
S6
S4
---
---
S7
S5
S5
SILL
---
---
C-45
B-90
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
C-45
B-90
B-90
---
---
---
H01
H01
K17
B03
H01
H01
H01
H01
H01
H01
H01
J11
---
C13
B03
B03
J11
F05
F05
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
1
3
1
2A
1
3
1
2
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
3
1
2
1
1A
1
1A
TYPE
1
3
1
3
1
2
1
3
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
RM NUM
STAIR A4
RM NUM
ELECTRICAL
RM NUM
RESTROOM
RM NUM
OFFICE
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
STAIR B4
RM NUM
CUSTODIAN
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
STAFF MEN
RM NUM
STAFF WOMEN
RM NUM
OFFICE
RM NUM
STAIR D3
---
---
1
4114.1
4113.1
4112.1
41-B4.1
4111.1
4110.1
4109.1
4107.1
4106.1
4105.1
4104.1
4103.1
Page 25 of 29
1, 3, 4, 5
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
1,10
4102.1
4101.1
1,2
6
41-A4.1
33-D3.1
1, 3, 4, 5
1, 3, 4, 5
3312.1
3311.1
3310.1
DOOR NO.
1,10
1
1
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
---
A
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
B
A
A
A
4117.1
4118.1
4119.1
4120.1
4122.1
4123.1
4124.1
4124.2
4124.3
4125.1
4125.2
4125.3
4200.1
4200.2
4200.3
4201.1
4202.1
4202.2
4203.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 4'-0"
PR 4'-0"
PR 4'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
4'-0
3'-0"
3'-0"
---
---
WD
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
---
---
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
---
ELEV.
4116.1
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
HM
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
---
---
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
---
---
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
---
---
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
---
---
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
---
---
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
---
---
DETAIL
JAMB
---
---
---
S7
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
S4
S5
S5
S6
S6
SILL
---
C-45
C-45
C-45
B-90
B-90
B-90
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
---
---
C-45
---
---
---
---
K04
K25
K24
H09
B02
B02
B02
K22
H16
H16
K22
H16
H16
H01
H01
C14
F06
F06
---
---
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
---
---
HEAD
RM NUM
RM NUM
STORAGE
1
2
RM NUM
1
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
STAIR C4
RM NUM
STAIR C4
RM NUM
STAIR C4
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
RM NUM
1
1A
1
1A
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
BOYS
RM NUM
GIRLS
RM NUM
STAFF WOMEN
RM NUM
STAFF MEN
RM NUM
ELECTRICAL
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
TYPE
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
2A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
1
1
1
1
4203.1
4202.2
4202.1
4201.1
4200.3
4200.2
4200.1
4125.3
4125.2
4125.1
4124.3
4124.2
4124.1
4123.1
4122.1
Page 26 of 29
1, 3, 4, 5
1, 3, 4, 5
1, 3, 4, 5
1
1
1
1
1
1
---
---
4120.1
4119.1
1
1
4118.1
4117.1
4116.1
DOOR NO.
1
6
6
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
B
B
B
4204.2
4204.3
4205.1
4205.2
4205.3
4206.1
4206.2
4206.3
4209.1
4210.1
4211.1
4211.2
4211.3
4212.1
4212.2
4213.1
4213.1.1
4214.1
4215.1
4215.2
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
B
ELEV.
4204.1
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
---
---
---
S4
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
SILL
C-45
C-45
---
C-45
---
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
---
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
K10
H16
H05
C13
J16
K14
K25
K10
H16
H16
K10
D05
K22
H16
H16
K22
H16
H16
K22
H16
H16
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
RM NUM
RM NUM
WORKROOM
RM NUM
ELECTRICAL
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
RM NUM
1
2
1
2A
1
1A
1
1A
RM NUM
1
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
RM NUM
1
1A
1
1A
RM NUM
ELEVATOR LOBBY
1
RM NUM
1
2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
RM NUM
1
1A
1
1A
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1A
1
1A
1
RM NUM
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
TYPE
1
1A
1
1A
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
1
1
---
1,2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4215.2
4215.1
4214.1
4213.1.1
4213.1
4212.2
4212.1
4211.3
4211.2
4211.1
4210.1
4209.1
4206.3
4206.2
4206.1
4205.3
4205.2
4205.1
4204.3
4204.2
4204.1
DOOR NO.
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NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
B
A
B
A
B
A
---
---
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
B
B
B
B
4216.2
4216.3
4217.1
4217.2
4218.1
4218.1.1
4219.1
4220.1
4221.1
4302.1
4303.1
4304.1
4305.1
4306.1
43-E4.1
4308.1
4308.2
4308.3
4309.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-6"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
---
---
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
---
---
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
B
ELEV.
4216.1
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
WD
WD
HM
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
---
---
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
WD
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
---
---
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
---
---
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
---
---
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
---
---
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
---
---
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
S6
S6
S5
---
S5
---
---
---
---
SILL
C-45
C-45
C-45
C-45
B-90
---
---
---
---
---
C-45
---
---
---
---
---
---
C-45
C-45
C-45
K25
K10
H18
H16
B03
H01
H01
H01
H01
J10
H08
---
---
F02
H01
F02
H01
E02
H16
H16
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
---
---
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
STAIR E4
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
1A
1
3
1
1A
1
1A
1
RM NUM
1
RM NUM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RESTROOM
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RESTROOM
RM NUM
GIRLS
RM NUM
BOYS
1
1A
1
3
1
1A
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
RM NUM
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
TYPE
1
1A
1
1A
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
1
1
1
1
4309.1
4308.3
4308.2
4308.1
43-E4.1
4306.1
4305.1
4304.1
4303.1
4302.1
4221.1
4220.1
4219.1
4218.1.1
4218.1
4217.2
4217.1
4216.3
4216.2
4216.1
DOOR NO.
Page 28 of 29
1, 3, 4, 5
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---
---
---
1
1
6
6
1
---
1
---
1
1
1
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
B
B
C
A
A
D
4310.2
4310.3
43-D4.1
4312.1
4313.1
4314.1
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
PR 3'-6"
3'-0"
3'-0"
3'-0"
WD
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
7'-0" 1-3/4"
16005-Door Schedule rev 3_7_18
B
ELEV.
4310.1
DOOR NO.
WD
WD
WD
HM
WD
WD
WD
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
PF
Revised 3-7-18
Addendum No. 3
21
2
2
3
2
2
2
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
H3
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
H1
J1/J2
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
DETAIL
JAMB
S7
S5
S5
---
---
---
---
SILL
---
---
---
B-90
C-45
C-45
C-45
J11
F05
F05
B02
K10
H16
H18
FIRE RATING
HDWR SET
LABEL
CHAPMAN GRIFFIN LANIER SUSSENBACH ARCHITECTS
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HM
HEAD
RM NUM
RM NUM
STAIR D4
RM NUM
STAFF MEN
RM NUM
STAFF WOMEN
RM NUM
OFFICE
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
2
SIGNAGE
TEXT
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
RM NUM
RM NUM 2
1
TYPE
1
1A
1
1A
DOOR, FRAME AND SIGNAGE SCHEDULE
DOOR
FRAME
HGT THK MATL FIN ELEV MATL FIN
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL REBUILD
CGLS 16005
1,10
1
1
4314.1
4313.1
4312.1
43-D4.1
4310.3
4310.2
4310.1
DOOR NO.
Page 29 of 29
1, 3, 4, 5
1
1
1
NOTES
Appendix B
Door Schedule
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