2014 01 31 CY14 Expansion - ANAH - Specifications

2014 01 31 CY14 Expansion - ANAH - Specifications

FedEx Ground Package System, Inc.

Standard Specifications

Manual and Automated Sortation

Build-To-Suit Stations

For

New Construction and Expansions

1000 FedEx Drive

Moon Township, PA 15108-9373

412-269-1000

Specification Revision/Release Date: January 31, 2014

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REVISION TRACKING SHEET

Note: This Revision Tracking Sheet is intended for FedEx Ground internal tracking use only.

The purpose of this Tracking Sheet is to document the various revision colors and the associated revision dates of the base specification document. This Revision Sheet does not list text change summaries or project specific changes and should not be included as

a document in project-specific specifications.

REVISION COLOR

REVISION DATE

Black

Red

March 28, 2011

August 19, 2011

Blue

Olive

Violet

Orange

Aqua

Dark Red

Dark Green

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September 6, 2011

February 23, 2012

May 8, 2012

July 31, 2012

February 12, 2013

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DIVISION 1 – GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................ 1

 

1.1

 

Code Compliance ........................................................................................................... 1

 

1.2

  Construction Documents ................................................................................................ 1  

1.3

 

Material and Workmanships ........................................................................................... 2

 

1.4

  Geotechnical Engineering .............................................................................................. 3  

1.5

 

Design Loads ................................................................................................................. 3

 

1.6

 

Permits and Fees ........................................................................................................... 3

 

1.7

  FedEx Ground Drawing Review ..................................................................................... 3  

1.8

 

Material or Labor Not Specified ...................................................................................... 3

 

1.9

  Drawings and Specifications .......................................................................................... 4  

1.10

 

Testing Laboratory Services ........................................................................................... 4

 

1.11

  Weekly Update Report and Critical Path Schedule ........................................................ 7  

1.12

 

Shop Drawings and Product Data Submittals ................................................................ 8

 

1.13

  Project Closeout ............................................................................................................. 8  

1.14

 

Post Construction Inspection........................................................................................ 14

 

DIVISION 2 – SITE WORK ........................................................................................................... 1

 

2.1

 

Pavement, Earthwork, and Excavation .......................................................................... 1

 

2.2

  Earthwork Testing .......................................................................................................... 5  

2.3

  Pavement Testing .......................................................................................................... 6  

2.4

 

Utilities ............................................................................................................................ 7

 

2.5

  Chain Link Fences and Gates ........................................................................................ 9  

2.6

 

Auto Parking Vehicle Restriction Gate (Not Used) ................................................. 16

 

2.7

  Automobile Parking Blocks ........................................................................................... 16  

2.8

 

Fire Hydrant Protection ................................................................................................ 16

 

2.9

  Site Guardrail ............................................................................................................... 16  

2.10

 

Trench Drains ............................................................................................................... 17

 

DIVISION 3 – CONCRETE ........................................................................................................... 1

 

3.1

 

ACI Requirement ............................................................................................................ 1

 

3.2

  Reinforcement Requirements ......................................................................................... 1  

3.3

 

Concrete Type ................................................................................................................ 1

 

3.4

 

Properties ....................................................................................................................... 1

 

3.5

  Cast-In-Place Concrete Testing ..................................................................................... 2  

3.6

 

Floors, Pavements, and Reinforcements ....................................................................... 3

 

3.7

  Quality and Finish of Work ............................................................................................. 4  

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  Concrete Slab and Floor Sealers ................................................................................... 5  

3.9

 

Control Joints ................................................................................................................. 6

 

3.10

  Curing ............................................................................................................................. 7  

3.11

 

Grounding Installation .................................................................................................... 7

 

3.12

  Flyash Admixture ........................................................................................................... 7  

3.13

 

Trench Drains ................................................................................................................. 7

 

DIVISION 4 – MASONRY ............................................................................................................. 1

 

4.1

 

Masonry Units ................................................................................................................ 1

 

4.2

 

Mortar Type .................................................................................................................... 1

 

4.3

  Water Repellancy ......................................................................................................... 1  

4.4

 

Structural Grout Requirements ....................................................................................... 2

 

4.5

  Horizontal Joint Reinforcing ........................................................................................... 2  

4.6

 

Expansion/Contraction Joints ......................................................................................... 2

 

DIVISION 5 – METAL ................................................................................................................... 1

 

5.1

 

Steel Shapes and Plates ................................................................................................ 1

 

5.2

  Steel Pipe ....................................................................................................................... 1  

5.3

 

Welds ............................................................................................................................. 1

 

5.4

  Shop Coat Primer ........................................................................................................... 1  

DIVISION 6 – WOOD & PLASTIC ................................................................................................ 1

 

6.1

  General .......................................................................................................................... 1  

6.2

 

Rough Carpentry ............................................................................................................ 1

 

6.3

  Finished Carpentry ......................................................................................................... 3  

DIVISION 7 – THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION ........................................................ 1

 

7.1

 

Vapor Barrier at Slabs .................................................................................................... 1

 

7.2

  Foundation Insulation ..................................................................................................... 1  

7.3

 

Batt Insulation ................................................................................................................ 1

 

7.4

  Acoustical Insulation....................................................................................................... 2  

7.5

 

Rigid Board Insulation .................................................................................................... 2

 

7.6

  Caulking and Sealing Joints and Cracks ................................................................... 2  

7.7

 

Exterior Building Penetrations and Openings ........................................................... 3

 

7.8

  Gutters & Downspouts (Rainwater Conductors) ............................................................ 3  

7.9

 

Insulation for Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings ............................................................... 4

 

7.10

  Fire Stopping Material .................................................................................................... 6  

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DIVISION 8 – DOORS AND WINDOWS ...................................................................................... 1

 

8.1

  Hollow Metal Frames...................................................................................................... 1  

8.2

 

Hollow Metal Doors ........................................................................................................ 1

 

8.3

  Personnel Door Alarms .................................................................................................. 2  

8.4

 

Sectional Overhead Doors ............................................................................................. 3

 

8.5

  Rolling Steel Overhead Doors ........................................................................................ 5  

8.6

 

High Speed Rolling Doors .............................................................................................. 6

 

8.7

  Overhead Door Wind Load Requirements ..................................................................... 8  

8.8

 

Windows ......................................................................................................................... 9

 

8.9

 

Hardware Schedule ...................................................................................................... 10

 

DIVISION 9 – FINISHES ............................................................................................................... 1

 

9.1

 

Metal Stud Framing Systems ......................................................................................... 1

 

9.2

  Gypsum Board ............................................................................................................... 1  

9.3

 

Lay-in Ceilings ................................................................................................................ 2

 

9.4

  Resilient Flooring ........................................................................................................... 3  

9.5

 

Carpeting ........................................................................................................................ 5

 

9.6

  Ceramic Tile ................................................................................................................... 6  

9.7

 

Painting .......................................................................................................................... 9

 

9.8

  Vinyl Wall Covering ...................................................................................................... 13  

9.9

 

Color Set Schedule – New Manual & Automated Stations ........................................... 14

 

9.10

 

Supplemental Color Set Schedules: For New Manual and Automated Stations .......... 17

 

9.11

  Unfinished Rooms, Spaces and Areas ......................................................................... 25  

DIVISION 10 – SPECIALTIES ...................................................................................................... 1

 

10.1

  Toilet Compartments and Urinal Screens ...................................................................... 1  

10.2

 

Toilet Room Accessories ............................................................................................ 1

 

10.3

  Signage .......................................................................................................................... 3  

10.4

 

Portable Fire Extinguishers ............................................................................................ 6

 

10.5

  Rubber Dock Bumpers ................................................................................................... 6  

10.6

 

Dock Leveler .................................................................................................................. 7

 

10.7

  Door Seals ..................................................................................................................... 7  

10.8

 

Wire Mesh Partitions ...................................................................................................... 7

 

10.9

  Folding Gates ................................................................................................................. 9  

10.10

  Mailboxes ..................................................................................................................... 10 

10.11

  Folding Partition ......................................................................................................... 10 

10.12

  Fire Shutters ................................................................................................................. 10 

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10.13

  Guard Rails, Interior ..................................................................................................... 11 

10.14

  Traffic Mirrors (Not Used) ............................................................................................. 11 

10.15

  Lockers (TBD) ............................................................................................................. 11 

DIVISION 11 – EQUIPMENT ........................................................................................................ 1

 

11.1

  Television and DVD / VCR Support Brackets ................................................................ 1  

11.2

 

Oil / Water Separator...................................................................................................... 2

 

11.3

  Metal Detectors .............................................................................................................. 4  

11.4

 

Eye, Face Wash and Shower Station ............................................................................. 4

 

11.5

 

Vehicle Fueling ............................................................................................................... 5

 

11.6

  Ice Machine Station ........................................................................................................ 6  

11.7

 

Truck Scales ................................................................................................................. 7

 

11.8

  Trailer Snow Scraper ................................................................................................... 7  

DIVISION 12 – FURNISHINGS .................................................................................................... 1

 

12.1

  Horizontal Blinds ............................................................................................................ 1  

DIVISION 13 – SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION ................................................................................ 1

 

13.1

  Pre-Engineered Metal Building ....................................................................................... 1  

13.2

 

Roof Finishing ................................................................................................................ 1

 

13.3

  Building Frame Type ...................................................................................................... 1  

13.4

 

Roof Construction........................................................................................................... 1

 

13.5

  Roof Panels .................................................................................................................... 2  

13.6

 

Wall Panels .................................................................................................................... 2

 

13.7

  Quality Assurance .......................................................................................................... 2  

13.8

 

Qualifications .................................................................................................................. 2

 

DIVISION 14 – CONVEYING SYSTEMS ..................................................................................... 1

 

14.1

  General .......................................................................................................................... 1  

DIVISION 15 – MECHANICAL ..................................................................................................... 1

 

15.1

  Fire Protection ................................................................................................................ 1  

15.2

 

Plumbing ........................................................................................................................ 3

 

15.3

  Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) ........................................................ 6  

15.4

 

Utility Metering.............................................................................................................. 18

 

15.5

  Seismic Natural Gas Shut-Off Valves .......................................................................... 19  

DIVISION 16 – ELECTRICAL ...................................................................................................... 1

 

16.1

  Codes and Standards .................................................................................................... 1  

16.2

 

Conduits, Fittings, Accessories Requirements ............................................................... 1

 

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16.3

  Conductors ..................................................................................................................... 2  

16.4

 

Grounding ..................................................................................................................... 3

 

16.5

  Panelboards and Distribution Equipment ....................................................................... 5  

16.6

 

Interior Lighting .............................................................................................................. 9

 

16.7

  Receptacle Requirements ............................................................................................ 13  

16.8

 

Fans at Dock Doors...................................................................................................... 16

 

16.9

  Power and Control Wiring ............................................................................................ 17  

16.10

  Exterior Lighting ........................................................................................................... 17 

16.11

  Block Heater Receptacles ............................................................................................ 20 

16.12

  Voice/Data System ....................................................................................................... 20 

16.13

  Emergency Warning Devices and Fixtures .................................................................. 21 

16.14

  Fire Alarm, Sprinkler Alarm, Building Intrusion Detection, Monitoring

Requirements ......................................................................................................................... 21  

16.15

  Special Handling Area .................................................................................................. 24 

16.16

  Radiant Unit Heaters .................................................................................................... 25 

16.17

  Security Portal Arrangement ........................................................................................ 25 

16.18

  Tugger Battery Charger Requirements ........................................................................ 25 

16.19

  Overhead Door Status Signals ..................................................................................... 26 

16.20

  Computer Room UPS Equipment IP Address and Connectivity ........................... 27 

16.21

  Utility Metering.............................................................................................................. 27 

16.22

  Permanent Standby Generator .................................................................................... 27 

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DIVISION 1 – GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

Lessee identification in the entirety of this specification the use of the terms:

FXG, FedEx, or FedEx Ground shall refer to FedEx Ground Package System,

Inc.

Design and construction of the entire site and all facilities, buildings, structures, associated equipment arrangements, materials, workmanship, and testing shall, in their entirety and without exception, comply with all applicable national, state, county, and local building codes, laws, and ordinances including utility company regulations and industry standards, as well as federal, state, and local agencies and/or other authorities having jurisdiction.

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Accessibility and

International Energy Conservation Code Requirements are included.

The FedEx Ground Station Preliminary Drawings have been compiled based upon the following International Building Code, (IBC) interpretation;

Occupancy Classification: Factory Industrial F-2 Low Hazard Occupancy. and,

Building Classification IIB.

The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent shall, without exception, conduct a site specific Code

Review and report the findings and any associated design modifications resulting from said Code Review to FedEx Ground for review and consideration prior to the submission of the Documents to the local Authority having Jurisdiction.

A copy of the Code Review will be provided to FedEx Ground in concert with the reporting of findings.

The Lessor, or the Lessor’s Agent, shall engage the services of a licensed design professional to design and prepare the final construction documents for this project in accordance with these Drawings, Specifications, and all applicable codes.

Project Representative: The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent shall identify a single point of contact upon the completion of the final contract documents and prior to the start of construction.

This person shall be an employee of the Lessor / Lessor’s Agent. All contact information, such as name, office mailing address, office telephone, facsimile, and cell phone numbers as well as e-mail address, shall be provided to FedEx Ground.

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A. General

The products and materials specified within this specification and as shown on the

FedEx Ground drawing shall be considered the FedEx Ground Minimum

Requirements and minimum acceptable FedEx Ground Operational Standards.

B. Materials and Products

All materials, products and associated items and components shall be new products and shall not be items that:

 Have been previously incorporated into another project or facility.

 Products salvaged or recycled from other projects and are not considered new products.

C. Delivery

Deliver products to the site in undamaged condition in manufacturer’s original sealed containers or other packaging system; complete with labels and instructions for handling, storing, unpacking, protecting and installation.

D. Workmanship

All work performed by the Lessor/Lessor’s Agent, Contractor, Sub-Contractor,

Erector, Installer and/or applicator shall be performed in a “workman-like manner” consistent with Industry Standards, and in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s printed instructions.

E. Comparable Products

FedEx Ground will consider requests for comparable products, a.k.a. “or equal” submissions, when the following conditions are satisfied.

1. All “or equal” substitutions must be submitted to FedEx Ground for approval.

The substitution of all comparative information supporting “or equal” substitutions will include an evaluation narrative and recommendations prepared and signed by a licensed professional Architect/Engineer and shall be the responsibility of the Lessor/Lessor’s Agent.

2. Evidence that the proposed product does not require revisions to the Contract

Documents, that it is consistent with the Contract Documents and will produce the indicated results, and that it is compatible with other portions of the Work.

3. Detailed comparison of significant qualities of proposed products with those named in the Specifications. Significant qualities include attributes such as performance, weight, size, durability, visual effect, and specific features and requirements indicated.

4. Evidence that proposed product provides specified warranty.

5. Samples, if requested.

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6. Compliance with the above requirements is necessary for comparable product “consideration,” and, as such, does not constitute an automatic

“acceptance” or “approval,” expressed or implied, by FedEx Ground.

The Lessor, or the Lessor’s Agent, shall obtain a geotechnical engineering report for the project site prepared by a licensed professional engineer. Said report shall contain actual boring logs and all necessary tests to set forth recommendations for earthwork and foundations. Said report shall also contain pavement recommendations for use by the Lessor’s design professional in designing the specific pavement section for said site.

See Division 2 – Site Work, and Division 3 - Concrete, for related requirements concerning paving and foundations.

1.6

1.7

1.8

The basic design loads shall include roof, live and snow loads (where applicable), wind pressures (both internal and external), and seismic (where applicable) in addition to dead loads as set forth by the governing building code.

Permits and Fees

The Contract shall include all permits, fees, tap-in fees and cleanup.

FedEx Ground Drawing Review

FedEx Ground will review all Drawings and Specifications prior to the Lessor, or the

Lessor’s Agent, submitting them for the building permits and the commencement of construction. The review is not a design check and will not relieve the Lessor, or the

Lessor’s Agent, Engineer, or Architect of any errors or omissions in the construction documents. Review documents will be submitted to FedEx Ground at the fifty percent ( 50% ), ninety percent ( 90% ), and one hundred percent ( 100% ) stage of the Design Phase.

Review Drawing Size Requirement:

24” x 36” without exception, unless otherwise so requested by FedEx Ground.

Material or Labor Not Specified

Any materials or labor, neither shown on the Drawings nor specified, but which are necessary to complete the work of a similar nature shall be furnished without additional cost to FedEx Ground.

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1.9

Drawings and Specifications

The drawings and specifications are complimentary. Information shown on the drawings but not described in the specifications or information described in the specifications but not shown on the drawings shall be considered within the scope of work. In the event of a conflict between the drawings and the specifications, that which is more stringent shall apply.

A. Submission of Drawings and Specifications for Permits:

The Lessor/Lessor’s agent shall submit all required drawings including the Floor Plan

Drawing showing the Material Handling Equipment Layout for egress purposes, when submitting said documents to the Authority having Jurisdiction.

1.10

Testing Laboratory Services

A. General Requirements

1. The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent shall contract with and pay for the professional services of an independent certified testing laboratory to perform testing services. Testing shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, earthwork, asphaltic concrete pavement, castin-place concrete, pre-engineered buildings (only if required by governing agencies).

Copies of all reports compiled by said testing laboratory including mix designs for asphalt and concrete pavement shall be submitted to Lessor / Lessor’s Agent and FedEx

Ground. FedEx Ground reserves the right to secure the professional services of an independent certified testing laboratory to confirm compliance of the work specified herein.

2. Testing Laboratory Qualifications: An agency with the experience and capabilities to conduct testing and inspecting as required, in accordance with ASTM E 329-05b, and

ANSI/ISO 17025-05, and that specializes in the type of tests and inspections to be performed.

3. Tests, Inspections, and Reports: All tests and inspections and reports shall comply with all requirements and standard means and methods as established by, as a minimum, the

International Building Code (IBC), latest revision, American Society for Testing

Materials (ASTM), American Concrete Institute (ACI), American Institute of Steel

Construction (AISC), Occupational Safety and /Health Administration (OSHA), United

States Department of Labor (USDOL) Code of Federal Regulations (CFR): Construction

Industry Standards (OSHA 2207 or CFR 1926), applicable State Department of

Transportation: Latest edition of Construction and Material Specifications (DOT CMS),

American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO):

Cutback Asphalt Medium-Curing, AASHTO M-82-75, Re-approved 1996 and the

American Welding Society (AWS)- D.1.1.

B. Testing Laboratory Duties

1. Testing shall be performed as required by these specifications, or by laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, or for approvals of public authorities.

2. The Testing Laboratory shall cooperate with the Contractor, providing qualified personnel after due notice.

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3. The Testing Laboratory shall perform specified inspections, sampling, testing of materials and methods of construction, including: a. Verifying that the site has been properly stripped of topsoil and vegetation, that all holes are backfilled per specification, and all rubble, organic matter, and debris has been removed from the site prior to the placement of fill material(s). b. Receiving samples of Contractor-proposed fill material(s) on or off site, drainage rock, and aggregate base materials and test for compliance with the physical properties specified in Division 2 of this specification. Performing

Modified Proctor tests as required on the samples to determine their maximum laboratory dry densities. c. Observing the proof rolling of all areas requiring fill material(s) and of all pavement subgrades in cut areas, verifying that there are no soft spots, and demonstrating that densities of not less than 95% Modified Proctor have been achieved prior to the placement of any fill or base materials. d. Verifying that all fill, backfill, building fill, granular fill materials, and aggregate base materials placed conform to specifications in material composition and moisture content, layer thickness, compaction, and total thickness. Conducting in-place density tests on each lift of material and confirming that density specifications (95% Modified Proctor) are met.

Observing bedding and backfill placement around all underground piping. e. Verifying that adequate drainage from the site is maintained throughout the placement of fill and pavement materials. f. Determining periods when, due to unfavorable weather, conditions become unsuitable for continuance of work in progress. In the event that an interruption of work due to inclement weather is encountered, reinspecting the work prior to its resumption and verify that the work still meets specifications or witnessing remedial operations until specifications are met. g. Reviewing asphalt mix designs, monitoring the placement of asphaltic concrete, prime and seal coats, and testing placed asphalt thickness, density, and composition for compliance with the specifications. h. Reviewing concrete mix designs for compliance with the specifications.

Verifying that all concrete placements will occur on competent base material.

When concrete is being installed, checking and controlling air entrainment and slump of the concrete for compliance with specifications. Curing and testing concrete cylinders in accordance with Division 3 of this specifications.

Following concrete placement, verifying that all finishing, curing, and surface treating are performed per specification. i. Verifying that all bolted and welded connections have been properly erected.

Inspect field installation of structural steel.

4. The Testing Laboratory shall promptly notify the Contractor, the Lessor / Lessor’s

Agent and FedEx Ground of observed irregularities or deficiencies of the work or products.

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5. The Testing Laboratory shall promptly submit one copy of written report for each test and inspection to the Lessor / Lessor’s Agent, the Contractor and one copy to

FedEx Ground. Each report shall include: a. Date issued. b. Project title and number. c. Summary of work scope from letter of authorization. d. Testing laboratory name, address, and telephone number. e. Name and signature of laboratory inspector. f. Date, time, and location of sampling or inspection. g. Record of temperature and weather conditions. h. Date of test. i. Identification of products and specification section. j. Location of sample or test in the project. k. Type of inspection or test. l. Results of test and compliance with contract documents. m. Interpretation of test results.

6. Perform additional tests as required.

C. Testing Laboratory Authority

1. Testing Laboratory shall have the authorization, through the issuance of a Notice of Non-compliance, to stop work of the Contractor or his agents if irregularities or deficiencies of work or products are observed and, if work stoppage or partial stoppage is required, to prevent incorporation of such irregular or deficient work or products into the project. All costs associated with the work stoppage or refusal of materials that do not comply with project specifications shall be borne by the Contractor. Any work stoppage or material refused will not relieve the

Contractor of full responsibility to meet all requirements of the contract documents, nor shall it be considered a delay in the performance of the work.

2. The Laboratory shall not be authorized to release, revoke, alter, or enlarge on requirements of the contract documents. The Laboratory shall not approve or accept any portion of the work that does not conform to the contract specifications. The Laboratory shall not perform any duties of the Contractor.

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D. Contractor's Responsibilities

1. Cooperate with the Laboratory personnel, providing access to the work as required to facilitate testing and sampling operations.

2. Secure and deliver to the Laboratory, at least one week prior to their incorporation into the work, adequate quantities of representative samples of materials proposed to be used and which require testing.

3. Provide to the Laboratory, Lessor / Lessor’s Agent, and FedEx Ground the preliminary design mix proposed to be used for concrete, asphaltic concrete pavements, (Job Mix Formula), and other material mixes which require control by the Testing Laboratory.

4. Furnish incidental labor and facilities: a. To provide access to the work to be tested. b. To obtain and handle samples at the project site or at the source of the product to be tested. c. To facilitate inspections and tests. d. For storage and during testing of samples.

E. Contractor shall notify the Testing Laboratory 24 hours in advance of operations requiring testing or observation to allow for Laboratory assignment of personnel and scheduling of tests. Failure on part of the Contractor to provide adequate advance notice shall not relieve the Contractor of his responsibility or be cause for delay in the execution of the work.

1.11 Weekly Update Report and Critical Path Schedule

A. A Weekly Update Report will be prepared and submitted to FedEx Ground accompanied by supporting progress photography for every week for the duration of the Construction Phase of the Project. Utilize the standard FedEx Ground project update forms provided by FedEx Ground.

B. The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent will prepare , maintain, and update not less than monthly, a graphic critical path schedule identifying the work activities of the project, interdependencies of activities, expected start and finish dates, and activity durations, as well as , actual start and finish dates and activity durations. The critical path project schedule will be made available to FedEx Ground upon request.

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Shop Drawings and Product Data Submittals

A. The Contractor shall submit, as a minimum, the following Shop Drawings and product data, as applicable. FedEx Ground reserves the right to require Shop

Drawings and product date for other items and/or equipment not listed below. Shop

Drawings and product data submittals that deviate from the requirements of Contract

Documents shall be brought to FedEx Ground’s attention, in writing, at the time of submission.

1. Asphalt pavement design for both Type I and Type II pavements.

2. Concrete mix design for the 3,000 psi and 4,000 psi concrete.

3. Oil/water separator.

4. Split face and/or ground face CMU color samples.

5. Office HVAC equipment and controls.

6. Distribution Area and Garage heating, ventilation, and fume detection.

7. Fire protection system and riser locations and elevations.

8. All lighting fixtures.

9. UPS system.

10. Permanent Standby generator.

11. Emergency generator (when required).

Upon completion of the project, the Contractor shall:

A. Drawings:

Furnish FedEx Ground with one (1) complete set of project record (as-built)

Drawings and Specifications on CD-ROM electronic format. The title block of each drawing shall contain, as a minimum, the FedEx Ground designed location name and street address of the Station. Electronic drawings shall be submitted in AutoCAD

.dwg format complete with all externally referenced files that are necessary to view and print the drawings as intended. ( e.g. , Images ). Files shall be labeled “PROJECT

RECORD.”

1. Merge externally referenced ( Xref ) files with the main file using the AutoCAD

Xref bind option for each drawing.

Users of other CAD software will incorporate the Xref files into one file prior to submitting the AutoCAD .dwg format drawings.

2. All drawings submitted must be so submitted as a unique electronic file. Each layout tab must be submitted as a separate drawing file.

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3. When the Contractor submits the record (as built) drawing set a Microsoft® Excel index file of all drawings shall be included.

The file shall be titled “Index of Record Drawings” and the index shall cross reference the following:

 Drawing File Name

 Drawing Number

 Complete description of the drawing content.

4. The Contractor shall also submit the following; a. As Built Topographic Drawings;

Signed and sealed by a registered Land Surveyor and/or Landscape Architect.

Submit Certification Forms when said forms are required by the State or the local AHJ.

Contour Intervals: 2-foot intervals, or as might be otherwise required by the

AHJ.

Drawings will include a clearly defined site/property boundary including, but not limited to, “pin-points” and “metes & bounds”, and “GPS Data”.

Drawings will include at least one clearly defined site/property point.

Provide said points longitude, latitude, and elevation in accordance with the spatial reference system of N.O.A.A. Deliver these drawings, with this information to FedEx Ground no less than six (6) weeks prior to the scheduled project start-up.

b. As Built Site/Civil Drawings;

Signed and sealed by a registered professional.

Include all site specific stormwater control Best Management Practices

(BMP’s) and details, including, but not necessarily limited to, the landscaping, retention/detention features. The drawings for the Oil – Water Separator shall be included.

Submit Certification Forms when said forms are required by the State or the local AHJ. c. As Built Stormwater Management Report;

Verifying via calculations that the storm water sewer system, including the retention/detention features will function according to the Approved Design.

Furnish FedEx Ground with one set of the project specific calculations. d. Post Construction Stormwater Maintenance Plan, in final “Approved” form complete when said Plan is required by the AHJ. e. Construction Stormwater discharge permit and Pollution Prevention Plan (

SWPPP) and all requisite on site record keeping associated with and required by said plan as required by the State and/or the local AHJ. f. Construction stormwater discharge Permit Termination Documentation.

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B. Index by submitted CD-ROM:

Furnish FedEx Ground with two (2) copies of Operations and Maintenance Manuals for all equipment furnished under this Contract. Manuals shall be bound in 8-1/2” x

11” three-ring binders, and shall include, but not limited to the following: performance data, list of equipment, parts list, operating and maintenance instructions, wiring diagrams, product data, warranties and names, addresses and telephone numbers of all Subcontractors and Suppliers.

C. Starting of Systems:

The Contractor shall start up, adjust, and place all systems in proper working condition and shall demonstrate to FedEx Ground all features and all functions of all systems.

All systems shall be started and adjusted in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations to ensure trouble-free operation.

The demonstrations shall consist of not less than the following:

1. The Contractor shall demonstrate and instruct FedEx Ground in the proper operation of all systems. Each system shall be demonstrated once at a minimum.

2. Point out the actual location of each component of a system and demonstrate its function and its relationship to other components within the system.

3. Demonstrate where applicable by actual “start-stop” operation showing how to work controls, how to change filters, and what to do in an emergency.

4. Operation and maintenance manuals shall be available and reviewed during the demonstrations.

5. The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent’s Project Representative and a project electrician shall be present at the Station during the FedEx Ground relocation and start up events.

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6. Starting of Systems

Following all tests and adjustments, the Contractor shall instruct/demonstrate to the representative of FedEx Ground, all details of operation and maintenance for all systems including, but not limited to:

 Overhead truss gate, keypad and loop detectors.

 Office HVAC system.

 Distribution Area and Garage heating, ventilation, and fume detection systems.

 Plumbing and sewage systems.

 Fire protection systems.

 Fire alarm system.

All electrical systems including the Emergency Generator, when it is required).

 Fueling system.

 Yard scales.

Contractor shall furnish the necessary personnel to conduct the start-up, adjustments, demonstrations, and instructions, and shall arrange to have the manufacturer’s representatives present to assist with the demonstrations.

Contractor shall allow adequate time for conducting the demonstrations.

Contractor shall arrange with FedEx Ground the dates and times for conducting the demonstrations.

7. The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent and Contractor shall make provisions for, and shall conduct, a second training event of building equipment and systems for FedEx

Ground personnel no less than sixty (60) days after the initial start-up on the building systems as described above.

Said training will include, as a minimum the same training originally delivered at the start-up of systems.

The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent shall coordinate this event with FedEx Ground.

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D. Final Cleaning:

Final cleaning shall be performed prior to the final inspection.

The Contractor shall be responsible for final cleaning and seeing that the building is in a clean condition when it is turned over to FedEx Ground. At the completion of the work, all subcontractors shall remove all tools, scaffolding, and surplus materials from the site.

The Contractor shall clean all tile surfaces by mopping with soap and water, rinsing, and drying. Clean and dust all other floor and wall surfaces and leave in such condition that all areas can be occupied and used without further cleaning. Wash all interior and exterior glass on both faces, remove all labels, marks, paint, caulking, streaks, or spots. Replace broken or cracked glass and leave all glazing whole and complete. Leave all metal surfaces, including hardware, free from marks and dust.

Clean all plumbing fixtures, trim, utilities, and equipment and clean all electrical fixtures, lenses, wall plates, and equipment.

Cleaning and waxing of surfaces and items shall be in strict compliance with the product or item manufacturer’s instructions using said manufacturer’s recommended products, unless otherwise specified in other sections of this specification.

(Reference: Division 9 – Finishes, 9.4 Resilient Flooring).

The Contractor shall clean or replace filters of mechanical equipment. Lubricate all parts requiring lubrication. Fill all grease cups, oilers, etc.

The Contractor shall clean roofs, gutters, downspouts, and drainage systems.

The Contractor shall clean site. Sweep paved areas, rake, clean other surfaces.

E. Station Maintenance Schedule:

The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent will compile a Station-wide maintenance list of items for all systems and items that will require scheduled maintenance by , either by FedEx

Ground or by the Lessor ,according to the FedEx Ground Lease Agreement. Said list of items will include but might not be limited to, Manufacturers Maintenance

Requirements in terms of timing, procedures, and recommended parts and supplies as well as scheduled maintenance required to maintain warranty. The Station

Maintenance List and Schedule will be delivered to and reviewed with FedEx Ground as part of Project Close Out Procedures.

The Station Maintenance List and Schedule will be prepared and submitted in a form and manner suited for the direct input into the FedEx Ground Computerized

Maintenance Management System, the format of which will be provided by FedEx

Ground.

1. Copies Required: Two (2).

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F. Warranty Information:

The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent will collect, compile and otherwise assemble, in an orderly manner, all Warranty Certificates and associated documents pertaining to the project.

Said warranty information shall be arranged according to the Construction

Specifications Institute of Sixteen (16) Specification Division Master format.

The warranty information will be delivered to and will be reviewed by FedEx Ground as part of the Project Close Out Procedures.

1. Copies Required: Two (2).

G. Preventive Maintenance Proposals/Agreements

The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent will prepare and compile Preventive Maintenance (PM)

Agreement Proposals for those systems and items as determined and identified by

FedEx Ground. The systems and items identified by FedEx Ground, shall be extracted from the Build to Suit Station Preventive Maintenance Item List and

Guidelines as prepared by, and available from, FedEx Ground.

A sample of the possible systems and items for which a PM proposal might be supplied is outlined below.

The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent will submit all Proposals to the FedEx Ground Facility

Project Engineer for initial review and approval.

It will be the responsibility of the FedEx Ground Facility Project Engineer to forward the Proposals to the FedEx Ground Station Senior Manager for additional review and approval.

Execution of all Preventive Maintenance Agreements shall be the responsibility of the

FedEx Ground Station Senior Manager.

The PM items list will include, but might not be limited to, the following systems and items:

 Asphalt Paving

 Vehicle Entrance Gates

 Sectional Overhead Doors, Motorized

 Fire Extinguishers, as required by law

 Fire Shutters, as required by law

 Fire Protection and Alarm System in accordance with FedEx Ground Procedure SAF-

080

 HVAC Units, All

 Infrared Heating System

 Vehicle Exhausting System

 Emergency Lighting and Exit Light Fixtures

 Interior and Exterior Lighting Systems

 Landscaping and Landscaping Maintenance

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Post Construction Inspection

A Post Construction Warranty Inspection is a FedEx Ground requirement which will be conducted one year, 365 days, after the final acceptance of the project.

The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent will be responsible for the planning, scheduling and the release of notifications for said meeting.

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2.1

Pavement, Earthwork, and Excavation

A. All clearing, grubbing and any work that disturbs the existing ground surface shall comply with all local and state regulations regarding erosion and sedimentation control.

B. Additional fill material required to raise grades, which may consist of approved onsite soils and/or offsite borrow material, shall be free of all debris, organic material, and clumps and shall be adjusted to the proper moisture content before being compacted in 8” maximum layers. Each layer to be compacted to 95% density Modified Proctor per ASTM D1557.

C. Select fill material under slabs and pavement areas shall be placed in 8” maximum layers of loose material, with each layer being compacted to 95% Modified Proctor per ASTM D1557.

D. Storm Water Conveyance and Treatment System

The design, installation, and maintenance of a Storm Water Conveyance and

Treatment System is a FedEx Ground requirement. Said System shall be designed, installed, and maintained in accordance with those requirements established by the

Local Authority having Jurisdiction (AHJ).

The Lessor/Lessor’s Agents Design Professional of Record shall identify, report to

FedEx Ground, and propose to include in the design any storm water utility design options that can qualify for reductions in storm water utility fees for FedEx Ground.

The final approval to implement such storm water utility design options shall be by

FedEx Ground. The Lessor/Lessor’s Agents Design Professional shall deliver to

FedEx Ground detailed inspection and maintenance instructions (Operation and

Maintenance Manual) for the site storm water conveyance and treatment systems as necessary to maintain the successful operation of said System in accordance with the design plans and specifications approved by the local AHJ.

The Design Professional of Record is required to inspect and document the “as built” conditions of the installation of the completed storm water conveyance and treatment system and shall deliver said information to FedEx Ground under cover of professional seal and signature as confirmation that the “system” has been installed according to the approved design drawings and specifications.

The O. & M. Manual shall include and document all post construction inspection, reporting and maintenance responsibilities required by the local AHJ.

Storm water shall be controlled, and otherwise managed, by utilizing sheet flow drainage over the entire site in such a manner that will adequately drain the premises in a lawful manner.

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Unless otherwise indicated on the Drawings, the yard shall have a minimum 1% and maximum 1.5% slope away from the building up to 50’ away from the building; beyond that the yard shall have a minimum 1.5% slope and a maximum 2.5% slope

(1.5% preferred) to facilitate drainage.

Dolly parking pads shall have a maximum slope of 0.5%.

Entrance and exit driveways shall be in accordance with the plans and shall not exceed a slope of 5%.

Yard transition drive slopes and the Transition Area at the Unload Door Aprons shall not exceed 5%.

When required, provide retention/detention ponds and basins sized to accommodate full expansion and designed in accordance with all applicable regulations. Detention of storm water on paved areas is not permitted without the expressed written consent of FedEx Ground.

Ponding, accumulation, or the “collecting” of storm water against the building(s) is not permitted. Negative backflow of storm water into personnel or vehicular doors is not permitted.

The use of underground piping to conduct storm water away from the building(s) shall be employed when such method is a requirement of the local Authority having

Jurisdiction, and shall then be as required by design.

The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent shall submit a site grading plan to FedEx Ground for review prior to the commencement of construction.

E. Geotextile fabrics or geogrids, if required, for soil stabilization or reinforcing shall be installed in strict accordance with Manufacturer’s recommendations.

F. Paved Areas:

1. The yard area shall be graded and surfaced with asphalt paving installed over a crushed aggregate base or other recommended base material with primer coat and geotextile fabric if required, as designed by the Lessor’s Design Professional. All work shall be in accordance with state highway Department of Transportation specifications. The crushed aggregate base shall be compacted to 95% density

Modified Proctor per ASTM D1557.

2. A licensed engineer shall be engaged by the Lessor/Lessor’s Agent to prepare the final pavement design. The design shall be based on actual geotechnical data obtained from the site and from the number of equivalent axle loads supplied by

FedEx Ground. The minimum compaction for asphalt paving shall be 95%

(Marshall Design Method ASTM D1559 – 50 blows). The pavement design, the job mix formula and calculations shall be submitted to FedEx Ground for review prior to construction.

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3. As a minimum, the Lessor’s base bid proposal for pavement shall include the pavement section represented on the drawings. a. If the final pavement design, per paragraph 2 above, recommends a greater pavement section than that shown on the drawing, the Lessor’s bid proposal shall include the more stringent pavement section for the base bid. b. If the final pavement design, per paragraph 2 above , recommends a pavement section less than that shown on the drawings, the Lessor is required to submit an “alternate deduct” bid proposal for the lesser pavement section for consideration by FedEx Ground. The “alternate deduct” bid proposal must be submitted at the same time as the base bid proposal. c. Concrete curbs shall be constructed and installed as shown on the drawings.

Additional curbing ( concrete or asphalt ), which may be required by code or local jurisdiction shall be provided by the Lessor/Lessor’s Agent and included in the base bid.

4. Entry/Exit Drive shall be constructed and installed as shown on the drawings.

Should code or local jurisdiction dictate otherwise, Lessor/Lessor’s agent shall install Entry/Exit drive as required.

5. Asphalt Pavement Design Life

Asphalt paving shall be designed to 18 Kip equivalent axle loads over a ten (10) year period of time based upon the number of trips and vehicle types provided by FedEx Ground.

G. Landscaped Areas

1. All unpaved areas of the site shall be stabilized, finished with topsoil, and seeded or sodded. Install native, low maintenance landscaping that requires minimal amounts of water, fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides in order to maintain viability.

2. Verify that landscaped areas meet surveyed benchmarks and intended elevations for site drainage prior to commencing finished landscaping and topsoil placement. Verify that all building and trench backfilling are complete and have been inspected. Verify that subgrade has been contoured and compacted.

3. Remove debris, roots, branches, stones in excess of ½” in size. Remove soils contaminated with petroleum products.

4. Prior to placing topsoil, scarify surface (finished subgrade) to depth of 3 inches minimum.

5. Topsoil shall be fertile, agricultural soil, typical for locality, capable of sustaining vigorous plant growth. Topsoil shall be well drained, free of subsoil, clay, or impurities. Topsoil shall be absent of plants, weeds, and roots. Topsoil shall have a pH value between 5.0 and 6.8. Topsoil shall contain less than 0.5 mmhos/cm of soluble salts. Acceptable topsoil textures include: sandy loams, silt loams, and loams.

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a. Place topsoil to the following compacted thicknesses:

1.) Areas to be seeded with grass 6”

2.) Areas to be sodded 4” b. Topsoil shall only be placed during dry weather c. Remove roots, weeds, rocks, and foreign material while spreading topsoil.

Fine grade topsoil to eliminate uneven areas and low spots. Maintain profiles and contour of subgrade. Lightly compact placed topsoil.

6. Seeding, Sodding, Planting. Shall be performed by company specializing in growing and cultivating. Shall not be performed when ambient temperature drops below 40 degrees Fahrenheit or rises above 90 degrees Fahrenheit.

Lessor/lessor’s agent shall provide warranty on all landscaped areas (plants or grasses) for one continuous growing season. Warranty shall include replacement of dead or unhealthy vegetation to be planted in the next growing season, with a new warranty commencing on date of replacement.

7. Irrigation System(s) shall be installed only when required by the Authority having Jurisdiction (AHJ).

8. Ornamental Landscaping shall be installed only when required by the

Authority having Jurisdiction.

9.

Erosion of landscaped areas caused by storm water discharge is strictly prohibited. Specific design considerations for controlling erosion at all point source discharge must be exercised.

H. General earthwork and excavation including additional fill, select fill, compaction densities, etc., shall be as specified herein unless otherwise modified by the geotechnical engineer’s recommendation and approved by FedEx Ground.

I. Asphalt Pavement Sealers: Asphalt pavement sealers shall be high quality, high performance rubberized coal tar pitch emulsion with siliconized, high molecular weight copolymer reinforced with geo-textile fibers.

1. Approved Product (s): Similar to, equal in quality to; a. Advanced Formula J-16 Pavement Sealer with AFR Plus additives.

2. Approved Manufacturer:

Maintenance, Inc.

1051 West Liberty Street Extension

Wooster, Ohio

1-800-892-6071 www.maintinc.com

3. Application of Products: Refer to the FedEx Ground Drawings a. Tractor Parking Areas: Three (3) coat system of advanced formula J-16 with

AFR Plus Additive. b. Product will be applied in strict accordance with the manufacturers written instructions.

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J. Pavement Marking Paint: Refer to the FedEx Ground drawings for those areas that are to receive pavement marking and line striping.

Pavement marking paints will be applied in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s standard written Product Information and Application Instructions.

Drying and Curing Time: Manufacturer’s recommended minimum.

Solvent based or oil based traffic marking paints are not permitted.

1. Approved Products and Manufacturer’s: a. Sherwin Williams, Traffic & Zone Products, SETFAST Acrylic Waterborne

Traffic Marking Paint;

TM266 White

TM227 Yellow

TM266 Tinted Blue b. Maintenance, Inc., FASS – STRIPE Striping Paint, manufacturer’s standard;

3FX5-W Snow White

3FS5-Y Traffic Yellow

3FXBU Blue

A. Submittals

1. Samples: Submit 50 pound samples of each material proposed to be used during the work of this section to the Laboratory for approval and appropriate testing five days prior to the start of the earthwork. No material shall be placed until the

Laboratory has approved the material for use on this project. a. The representative of the Laboratory shall make field density tests to determine the actual density attained in each layer of backfill or fill material. b. Field density test procedures shall conform to one of the following:

(1) ASTM D-1556 (Sand-Cone Method).

(2) ASTM D-2167 (Rubber Balloon Method).

(3) ASTM D-2922 (Nuclear Density Method).

(4) ASTM D-2937 (Drive Cylinder Method). c. At minimum, one (1) field density test of subgrade shall be performed for every 10,000 sq. ft. of paved area or building slab, but in no case less than three (3) tests. d. Should these tests indicate that the density of any layer of backfill or fill material or portion thereof is below the required density, the particular layer, or portion thereof, shall be replaced – or reworked until the required density has been obtained – and then re-compacted and re-tested at no additional cost to FedEx Ground. e. No backfill or fill material shall be placed over a layer that has not been tested and approved.

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2. If, in the opinion of the Laboratory, substandard conditions are encountered, such as questionable soil, poor moisture content, inadequate compaction, adverse weather, and the like, the Laboratory will require that it be corrected at no additional cost to FedEx Ground.

3. Prior to the placement of concrete, the Laboratory shall inspect footing excavations to check for any “soft” zones or areas of high plasticity clay. Soft

Zones shall be removed and replaced at no additional cost to FedEx Ground.

A. Quality Assurance

1. Regulatory Requirements: Perform the work in this section according to

State Department of Highways (DOH) or Department of Transportation

(DOT) latest edition of Construction and Materials Specifications. a. Exception: As otherwise amended, modified or supplemented herein.

B. Portland Cement Concrete Pavement:

1. All procedures shall be approved by the Laboratory and Lessor / Lessor’s Agent before use, and only procedures so approved shall be used in the work.

2. Thickness Control for Soil Cement Base Course and Bituminous Concrete

Pavements: It is the intent of this section that the soil cement base course and bituminous concrete pavements shall be constructed to the compacted thickness shown on the Drawings. Thickness determinations consisting of cores at least 2inches in diameter will be made at such points as FedEx Ground or the Laboratory may select. a. The thickness shall be deemed acceptable if the average thickness is equal to, or greater than, the specified compacted thickness and no single thickness determination is deficient by more than 1/4 inch. b. When an individual thickness determination is more than 1/2 inch greater than the specified thickness, it shall only be considered to be the specified thickness plus 1/2 inch in determining the average thickness.

3. At minimum, submit a laboratory test reports at frequencies not less than the following: a. Each course, each day’s placement. b. Take asphalt cores at the rate one (1) per 25,000 sf of pavement.

4. No concrete paving shall be placed before the Laboratory approves the forms and reinforcing. Concrete pouring shall be scheduled 24 hours ahead and written notice or telephone call shall be made to the testing laboratory. No concrete shall be poured without the approval of the testing laboratory. No concrete shall be poured on Saturdays or Sundays without the written approval of the Laboratory and the Lessor / Lessor’s Agent.

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5. The Laboratory will make three 6-inch diameter by 12-inch high-test cylinders from each 40 cubic yards or fraction thereof of concrete and for each type of concrete as it is cast in any one day. The Laboratory shall be responsible for the making and curing of test cylinders in strict accordance with ASTM C-31.

6. Of the three cylinders made from each 40 cubic yards of concrete, one will be tested at an age of seven days, and the other two at an age of 28 days. Each test report will be submitted to the Lessor / Lessor’s Agent and FedEx Ground by the

Laboratory in triplicate and will include the following information. a. Date sample was made. b. Location of concrete placement from which test sample was made. c. Date of sample testing. d. Slump and air content of concrete as placed. e. Mix proportions. f. Admixture content. g. Density of concrete. h. Description of break. i. Concrete strength specified.

2.4 Utilities

A. Use clean, granular fill material, free of all rocks, debris, and other unsuitable material for backfilling utility excavations. Compact backfill material in 8” maximum lifts using heavy compaction equipment or in 4” maximum lifts using hand-operated tampers to top of trench to 95% density Modified Proctor for ASTM

D1557.

B. All new domestic water piping shall be thoroughly disinfected and tested in accordance with all local codes.

C. The premises shall be connected to a municipal water system or provided with an onsite well system that can adequately service the building’s needs.

D. The premises shall be connected to a municipal sanitary sewer system or provided with an onsite septic system, which can adequately service the building’s needs.

E. All water and sanitary systems are assumed to be connected to municipal or public utility systems. In the event public utilities are not available, water wells and septic systems shall be designed and installed in accordance with all local, county, state and national codes, laws, regulations, industry standards and health department requirements.

F. Storm water drainage facilities, including detention/retention ponds, if required, shall be designed and installed to adequately drain the yard area in accordance with all applicable regulations. When detention/retention ponds are required specifically for the FedEx Ground site, install a perimeter fence as specified within Division 2 of this specification and provide full access from the FedEx Ground yard.

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G. Provide and install two (2) 4” minimum diameter conduits with pull wire for telephone service (size accordingly). Cap conduit 24” above finished floor at telephone board in the main office (see Plans for location). The Lessor/ Lessor’s

Agent shall furnish and install the primary entrance cable conduit, with pull wire, from the street to the Computer room, and, shall coordinate the installation, termination (at the demark), and splicing (at the street) of the primary entrance cable with the Local Exchange Carrier (LEC) such that the cable is installed, terminated (at the phone board in FedEx Ground’s Computer Room), and spliced (at the street) no less than forty five (45) days prior to the FedEx Ground schedule milestone for

Project Completion as defined in the lease, and shall meet all of the requirements of the LEC. Lessor/Lessor’s Agent shall provide photographs to FedEx Ground of the:

1) installed and terminated entrance cable, 2) entrance cable punch-down block(s), 3) phone board, and 4) grounding bar, in order to confirm the installation

The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent should not order any voice or data lines or any other V/D services. Lessor/Lessor’s Agent shall notify FedEx Ground a minimum of 15 days before the Telecom activity on Exhibit C-1 or a minimum of 15 days before the LEC requires FedEx Ground to place the phone service order so that FedEx Ground has adequate time to place all applicable phone service orders. FedEx Ground will also order four (4) POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) lines which will be used as follows: Two (2) for Fire Alarm monitoring; One (1) for The Building Intrusion

Detection System (aka Burglar Alarm); One (1) for FedEx Ground Remote Access

Modem.

Telephone service shall be designed to full phase building requirements with the following cable pairs:

Station Size* Number of Cable Pairs

Up to and including 48 van positions.

49 and higher van positions.

25

50

*NOTE A: If the Station is “Automated”, provide a second diverse telephone entrance conduit with pull wire only. The entrance conduits will cross the Property

Line and enter the Computer Room a minimum of 90-degrees apart from each other.

If conditions prohibit a 90-degree separation, then a minimum separation length of

10’-0” is acceptable.

*NOTE B: The FedEx Ground preferred entrance cable is copper.

If local conditions or the local utility requires a fiber optic entrance then:

(1) The fiber optic entrance cannot be a proprietary offering.

(2) The local telephone company must be able to accept MPLS data service from other carriers and provide local access across the fiber entrance cable to the FedEx Ground Computer Room.

(3) The local telephone company must provide the equipment and services required to convert the fiber interface to a copper interface in the FedEx Ground Computer Room.

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H. Any condenser unit, electric meter, gas meter, transformer, well, etc., located in the yard area or near the dock doors shall be coordinated with FedEx Ground and protected with 6” diameter guard posts, as detailed on the drawings. The guard posts shall be provided and located to adequately protect such items.

I. Natural gas line (where available) shall be installed to depths required by the utility company and local codes.

J. Permanent electric power and the associated main distribution equipment needs to be fully installed and energized per the Conveyor Installation milestone date in the lease, and also no later than 45 days prior to the Project Completion date. Neither temporary electric service nor power from a generator is an acceptable alternative for providing permanent power.

2.5

Chain Link Fences and Gates

(If required—reference Site Plan.)

A. General: The chain link fences and gates described by this division and section shall refer to that fencing and related accessories installed along the perimeter of the property, or portions thereof, for the security, safety and operational purposes of

FedEx Ground. Refer to the FedEx Ground drawings for location and details.

1. Site Preparation: Prior to the installation of the fence all necessary clearing and grading on both sides of the fence shall be performed by the Lessor/Lessor’s

Agent.

Grading shall be performed in such a manner as to provide a straight flat surface in order to construct a fence line with no gaps greater than 2-inches between the bottom of the fence fabric and the ground or finished grade.

2. Erect the fencing in straight lines between angle points by skilled mechanics experienced in this type of construction.

3. Installation or operation of the perimeter fence, gates, or components there of shall not infringe upon adjacent property lines.

B. Overhead Truss Gate:

1. The overhead truss gate, gate operator [model number TYM-2000], the FedEx

Ground specific “Wind Package” and all accessories and components in their entirety as required for a complete installation shall be by the TYMETAL

Corporation. Substitutions are not permitted.

Overhead Truss Gate “Package”

Model Number: TYMOHS30-2000-FXG

TYMETAL Corp. Contact Person:

Kevin Houseman

(770) 843-5688 [email protected]

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Installation shall be performed by a Tymetal Corp. approved installer.

Documentation of said approved status shall be provided to FedEx Ground prior to installation of the gate.

2. The Gate and Gate Operator shall bear the manufacturer’s identifying Name Plate permanently affixed to said Gate and Gate Operator.

The Name Plate will display the manufacturer’s complete contact information and shall be attached to the Gate and Operator in a clear and visible location.

The Name Plate will be affixed at the manufacturer’s factory, prior to shipment.

3. Gate and Operator shall be installed in accordance with the Tymetal Installation and Owner’s Manual(s) and shall be installed by a Tymetal Corp. approved installer. Documentation of said approved status shall be provided to FedEx

Ground prior to installation of gate and/or operator. Installation shall be coordinated with TYCO Integrated Security LLC.

Refer to Division 15 –

Mechanical, Section 15-1. Fire Protection, Paragraph G.3. for the TYCO

Integrated Security LLC contact information.

4. The gate shall have a 30’-0” clear opening, unless noted otherwise, and a 15’-0” minimum clear height. The maximum permitted clearance under the gate, in a closed position, shall be 6-inches.

The site shall be designed so as to accommodate this requirement.

5. The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent, shall, in addition to the overhead truss gate, submit an alternate gate design for those FedEx Ground stations located in climate regions which do not experience freezing weather. Gate type: V-groove roller gate. Gate and gate operator shall be products of the Tymetal Corporation. No substitutes permitted.

6. Motorized Gate Operation: Contractor shall furnish all equipment and devices and shall verify and provide all conduits required for gate operation. Locations of digital keyless-entry pad, push-button controls, and intercom must be verified with FedEx Ground. a. Stations with a Security Building: The gate opener shall be operated with a two-button control unit located in the Security Building. The control unit shall be wired for one-touch operation to open the gate and constant pressure to close the gate. Additionally, provide an entry side (exterior) and an exit side

(interior) post mounted digital keyless-entry pad. Upon entering the correct code, the gate will open and the vehicle will pass through the gate opening breaking an interior photo beam. After the rear of the vehicle clears the photo beam, the gate will automatically close upon reaching a preset time limit. The photo beam shall be wired to detect obstructions in the gate travel path and will, upon detection of any obstruction, automatically reverse gate direction to the OPEN position.

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(1) Entering the Station: The gate opener shall be controlled with an entry side (exterior) post-mounted digital keyless-entry pad. Upon entering the correct code, the gate will open and the vehicle will pass through the gate opening breaking an interior photo beam. After the rear of the vehicle clears the photo beam, the gate will automatically close upon reaching a preset time limit. The photo beam shall be wired to detect obstructions in the gate travel path and will, upon detection of any obstruction, automatically reverse gate direction to the OPEN position.

Also, a remote control shall be located in the General Office near the

Secretary’s desk and will be wired to operate the gate in the following two – way manner. Pushing the switch “up “ opens the gate. The switch will remain in the “up” position to hold the gate open. To close the gate, push the switch down. The gate will time out and close. A two-way intercom system shall be provided between the entry side (exterior) keypad and the Secretary’s desk location.

(2) Exiting the Station: The gate shall be controlled with an interior loop detector to open the gate. Upon vehicle activation of the loop detector, the gate will open and the vehicle will pass through the gate opening, breaking an interior photo beam. After the rear of the vehicle clears the photo beam, the gate will automatically close upon reaching a preset time limit. The photo beam shall be wired to detect obstructions in the gate travel path and will, upon detection of any obstruction, automatically reverse gate direction to the OPEN position.

7. Entrance Gate Wind Load Requirements:

The Overhead Truss Gate, as well as all FedEx Ground vehicular entrance gates shall, as a minimum, comply with the American Society of Civil Engineers

(ASCE) Document ASCE 7 – Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and other structures latest revision, 90 MPH, exposure category D, or, the Site Specific

Wind Loading Requirements of the International Building Code latest revision, whichever is more stringent.

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C. Perimeter Fencing Turnstiles

1. Security Turnstile and Gate Arrangement:

Furnish, install, and make fully operational a Security Turnstile and Gate

Arrangement consisting of a security turnstile, a security accessible personnel gate, full height barrier screen, and associated accessories. Installation will include all conduit, all wiring and associated components necessary for a complete installation.

Station access control features will be installed by

TYCO Integrated Security

LLC

Installation of the Security Gate Arrangement in concert with

TYCO

Integrated Security LLC

is a requirement.

Approved Manufacturers:

Boon EDAM

Primary Contact Person: Mark Perkins

Cell: 417-441-1580 [email protected]

Secondary Contact Person: Greg Schreiber

Direct: 724-969-4030

Cell: 412-576-2977

[email protected]

Model Number: BE-THT100-51-FXG

Alvarado Manufacturing Company

Contact Person: Nick Simon

1-402-932-3099

[email protected]

Model Number/SKU: ALV-PACKAGE-2012-FXG

TYMETAL Corporation

Contact Person: Kevin Houseman

1-770-843-5688

[email protected]

Model Number: TYM-FXGPEDPORTAL-2E

Model Numbers indicated above represent the “Entire Package”.

The turnstile and Pedestrian Security Gate will be installed in strict accordance with the Manufacturer’s Standard Installation Manual and Instructions and

Maintenance Guide which are furnished and packed with each unit shipped.

The Standard Turnstile Rotations shall be thus:

InBound – Counter Clockwise

OutBound – Clockwise

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2. Exit Only Turnstiles:

Furnish, install, and make operational a full height security turnstile with one way, “Exit Only” mechanical operation.

Installation will include all components and concrete pad as required by Design necessary for a complete installation.

Operation: Mechanical, one way only, free-exit movement.

Finish: Manufacturer’s Standard Galvanized.

Approved Manufacturers:

Boon EDAM

Contact Person: Greg Schreiber

Direct: 724-969-4030

Cell: 412-576-2977

Model Number: BE-THT100-FXG-EO

Alvarado Manufacturing Company

Model Number: MST-3GL-FXG

TYMETAL Corporation

Model Number: Type 2-M

The “Exit Only” turnstile will be installed in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s installation instructions.

The Standard Turnstile Rotations shall be thus:

InBound – Counter Clockwise

OutBound – Clockwise

3. Turnstile and Security Portal Arrangement Wind Load Requirements shall, as a minimum, be that as required, by the IBC, latest revision.

4. The full height Turnstile and the accessible Personnel Gate shall bear the manufacturer’s Name Plate permanently affixed to said Turnstile and Personnel

Gate.

The Name Plate will display the manufacturer’s complete contact information and shall be attached in a clear and visible location. The Name Plates will be affixed at the manufacturer’s factory, prior to shipment.

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D. Chain Link Fences

1. Reference Standards: The following reference standards are provided to establish a level of quality for chain link fences and all necessary components thereof. a. ASTM A 53/A 53 – Standard Specification for Pipe, Steel, Black and Hot-

Dipped, Zinc-Coated, Welded and Seamless; latest edition. b. ASTM A 121 – Standard Specification for Metallic-Coated Carbon Steel

Barbed Wire; 2007: Class 2 c. ASTM A 123/A 123M – Standard Specification for Zinc (Hot-Dip

Galvanized) Coatings on Iron and Steel Products; latest edition. d. ASTM A 153/A 153M – Standard Specification for Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel Hardware; latest edition. e. ASTM A 392 Zinc Coated Steel Chain Link Fence fabric. f. ASTM F 567 – Standard Practice for Installation of Chain-Link Fence; latest edition. g. ASTM A 780 Repair of Damage and Uncoated Areas of Hot Dip Galvanized

Coatings. h. ASTM F 1083 – Standard Specification for Pipe, Steel, Hot-Dipped Zinc-

Coated (Galvanized) Welded, for Fence Structures; 2008: Schedule 40. i. CLFMI CLF 2445 – Product Manual; Chain Link Fence Manufacturers

Institute; latest edition.

2. Materials: All materials, fittings, components, hardware and accessories shall be hot dip galvanized in accordance with the related reference standards described in

Paragraph 1. of this Section.

Materials shall be new and products of recognized, reputable manufacturers having a minimum of 5 years experience. The use of used, salvaged, re-rolled or refinished materials is not permitted. a. Steel Chain Link Fabric: Height, 8’-0” unless otherwise noted.

Refer to FedEx Ground Standard Details.

Woven from 9 gauge wire in 2-inch diamond mesh pattern, interwoven. The fabric shall be fabricated from a single piece of material to the height as indicated on the FedEx Ground Standard Details. Top selvage knuckle end closed, bottom selvage twisted tight. b. Posts, Rails and Frames: Schedule 40 pipe, welded construction, minimum yield strength 30 KSI.

Line Post

Corner Post

Terminal Post

Top Rail

Brace Rail

2.375” O.D.

2.875” O.D.

4.00” O.D.

1.66” O.D.

1.66” O.D.

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Barbed Wire: Comply with the following reference;

ASTM A121 latest edition, Standard Specification for Metallic-Coated

Carbon Steel Barbed Wire.

Barbed wire shall be a fabricated wire product consisting of two 12.5 gauge line wires twisted to form a two-wire strand, into which multi-point barbs are tightly wrapped and locked into place.

Line wire twist shall be the manufacturer’s standard and shall be standard chain link fence grade.

Barbing Wire: 12.5 gauge wire, manufacturers standard 4-point configuration, twist and point cut, with 3-inch spacing.

Tolerance: ½ inch (+/-).

Barbed Wire Arms: Pressed steel or cast iron, with clips, slots, or other means for attaching strands of barbed wire, integral with post cap; for each post, unless otherwise indicated, and as follows:

(1) Line posts with arms that accommodate tension wire.

(2) Corner arms at fence corner posts, unless extended posts are indicated.

(3) Single slanted arm suitable for a minimum of three (3) horizontal runs of barbed wire. Refer to FedEx Ground Standard Details.

Bottom Tension Wire: 07 Gauge

Tie Wire: 09 Gauge

Hog Rings: 12 Gauge d. Accessories: Provide all required accessories necessary for a complete installation. e. Finishes: Hot Dip Galvanized, see Reference Standards. f. Installation: According to ASTM F567. Do not stretch fence fabric until the fence post concrete foundations have cured 7-days, minimum. g. Tolerances: Maximum variation from plumb: ¼ - inch.

Maximum offset from true position: 1 - inch. h. Repairs: Zinc-rich paint shall be used for repairing surface damages caused by shipping, handling or field installation. Touch up welded areas with Zinc- rich paint conforming to ASTM A 780. i. Design Loads:

Wind Speed: As required by design exposure category and as required by design.

Minimum Requirements: Chain Link Fence Manufacturers Institute, Product

Manual, CLFMI CLF 2445, latest edition.

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2.6

2.7

2.8

Auto Parking Vehicle Restriction Gate (Not Used)

Automobile Parking Blocks

Automobile parking blocks shall as manufactured by Durable Mat Company,

Norwalk, Ohio (1-800-537-1603) color gray except for ADAAG color blue, Federal

Standard 595b , Blue #35180 , Sherwin-Williams Setfast Traffic Marking Paint tm2133 Blue, or approved equal. Automobile Parking Blocks will be provided where required by code or where a site specific safety concern exists, unless otherwise noted on the drawings. Lessor/Lessor’s Agent shall include curbing or parking blocks in such situations. The Contractor shall coordinate specific site conditions to satisfy this requirement with FedEx Ground.

Fire Hydrant Protection

All fire hydrants exposed to vehicular traffic shall be protected by guard posts as shown on the drawings. Reference the drawings for the standard Guard Post Detail.

2.9

Site Guardrail

Highway Guardrail will be furnished and installed, when shown on the FedEx

Ground drawings or when adjacent yard and road slopes exceed 2:1 and/or when the vertical height of a slope is 15-feet or greater.

A. Conform to the State DOT requirements for rail height and/or location restrictions.

B. Reference Standards

1. AASHTO M 180 – Standard Specification for Corrugated Sheet Steel Beams for

Highway Guardrail; American Association of State Highway and Transportation

Officials; latest edition.

2. ASTM A36/A36M – Standard Specification for Carbon Structural Steel; latest edition.

3. ASTM A123/A123M – Standard Specification for Zinc (Hot-Dip Galvanized)

Coatings on Iron and Steel Products; latest edition.

4. ASTM A153/A153M – Standard Specification for Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on

Iron and Steel Hardware; latest edition.

C. Materials

1. Guardrail Beam: AASHTO M 180 Class A type II; W profile; rolled steel sections, die punched bolt holes for site assembly and attachment to posts, formed steel curved terminating sections.

2. Steel Posts: ASTM A36/A36M rolled steel shapes. a. Dimensions as shown on the Drawings.

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D. Accessories

1. Concrete: ASTM C 94/C 94M, ready-mixed; Normal Portland Cement, 2,500 psi strength at 28 days, 3 inch slump; ½ inch nominal sized coarse aggregate.

2. Hardware: Steel, bolts, nuts and washers to suit rail profile.

E. Finishes

1. Components: Galvanized in accordance with ASTM A123/A123M.

2. Components: Aluminum coated at 0.40 oz/sq ft, when measured in accordance with ASTM A428/A428M.

3. Hardware: Hot-dip galvanized to weight required by ASTM A153/A153M.

F. Installation

1. Install rails and posts and accessories in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.

2. Set top of rail at height indicated.

3. Space posts as indicated.

4. Set posts plumb, in concrete footings as indicated on the drawings.

5. Attach rails securely to posts with anchoring hardware.

G. Tolerances

1. Posts – Maximum Variation From Plumb: 1/2 inch.

2. Rail – Maximum Offset From True Position: 1 inch.

3. Rail – Maximum Variation From True Height: 1/2 inch.

4. Components shall not infringe adjacent property lines.

2.10 Trench Drains

Furnish and install trench drains in the yard at those locations illustrated on the FedEx

Ground drawings.

Refer to Division 3 – Concrete for the Trench Drain specifications.

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DIVISION 3 – CONCRETE

All concrete work shall be in compliance with the American Concrete Institute, latest edition, including reinforcement and finishes.

All reinforcing shall be fabricated, installed and supported in accordance with the

“Manual of Standard Practice” of the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute.

All reinforcement bars shall conform to the ASTM Specification Designation A615,

Grade 60. Support for reinforcing shall be provided by protected metal spacers, chairs, bolsters, and/or ties.

Concrete shall be composed of Type I Portland Cement conforming to ASTM C150, fine and coarse aggregates conforming to ASTM C33, and mixing water free of oil , acid, or injurious amounts of alkalis and other salts. Accelerating and decelerating admixtures are not permitted. Water-reducing admixtures conforming to ASTM

C494 Type A may be used, however, their use shall not relax the maximum allowable slump noted herein. Air-entraining admixtures shall conform to ASTM C260.

3.4 Properties

Physical properties of the concrete shall be as identified on the table below:

Footings

Column Piers & Foundation

Walls

Floor Slabs

Exterior Concrete Slab

Office Slab

Minimum 28-day

Compressive

Strength

3,000 psi

4,000 psi

4,000 psi

4,000 psi

4,000 psi

Maximum

Allowable

Slump

3 inches

4 inches

4 inches

4 inches

4 inches

Air

Entrainment

Not Required

Required

Not Required

Required

Not Required

Where noted as required, air entrainment of 6% (+ or – 1%) shall be achieved. Mix designs shall be submitted to FedEx Ground for review prior to placement of concrete.

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3.5

Cast-In-Place Concrete Testing

A. The testing laboratory shall perform the following services:

1. Test Portland cement; one test for each truckload or fraction thereof.

2. Test coarse and fine aggregates.

3. Submit proposed mix design of each class of concrete, admixtures included, to inspection and testing firm for review prior to commencement of concrete operations.

4. Compressive Strength Tests: ASTM C 39/C 39M. The testing laboratory shall make four 6-inch diameters by 12-inch high-test cylinders from each 40 cubic yards or fraction thereof of concrete and for each type or class of concrete as it is cast in any one day. The testing laboratory shall be responsible for the making and curing of test cylinders in strict accordance with ASTM C 31. a. Of the four cylinders made from each 40 cubic yards of concrete one will be tested at an age of seven days, two at an age of 28 days, and one retained as a spare. Each test report shall be submitted to the Lessor / Lessor’s Agent and

FedEx Ground by the testing laboratory in triplicate and will include the following information:

(1) Date sample was made.

(2) Location of concrete placement from which test sample was made.

(3) Date of sample testing.

(4) Slump and air content of concrete as placed.

(5) Mix proportions.

(6) Admixture content.

(7) Density of concrete.

(8) Description of break.

(9) Concrete strength specified.

5. If concrete materials are batched away from the project site and mixed on the project site or transported to the job in mixer or agitator trucks, laboratory inspection shall be provided at job site for checking material deliveries and concrete consistencies on all pours in excess of 24 cubic yards and on others if required by the Lessor / Lessor’s Agent.

6. Test reports shall be furnished to the Lessor / Lessor’s Agent and FedEx Ground for all tests required.

7. Daily reports of pouring shall be furnished, giving the date, location and yardage of pour, specifying materials, proportions, consistencies and class of concrete used, the test cylinder numbers representing pour, and the weather conditions prevailing.

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B. Defective Concrete

1. Test Results: The testing agency shall report test results in writing to Lessor /

Lessor’s Agent and FedEx Ground within 24 hours of test.

2. Defective Concrete: Concrete not conforming to required lines, details, dimensions, tolerances or specified requirements.

3. Repair or replacement of defective concrete will be determined by the Lessor /

Lessor’s Agent and / or FedEx Ground. The cost of additional testing shall be borne by the Contractor when defective concrete is identified.

4. Do not patch, fill, touch-up, repair, or replace exposed concrete except upon express direction of Lessor / Lessor’s Agent for each individual area.

3.6

Floors, Pavements, and Reinforcements

A. Distribution Area, Maintenance Area, Switch Gear Room and Vehicle Maintenance

Garage floors shall be a minimum 6” thick concrete slab reinforced with Macro-

Synthetic Fibers. (Refer to Paragraph D., this Section)

The Distribution Area floor shall be capable of supporting 150 PSF loads.

B. Office floor shall be a minimum 4” thick, concrete slab reinforced with macro – synthetic fibers.

C. Exterior concrete pavements, including aprons and dolly pads, shall be a minimum 8” thick and reinforced with macro – synthetic fibers, unless noted otherwise (refer to

Drawings for locations of exterior concrete pavements). All concrete pavement and floor slabs shall be installed over a minimum 4” base course of compacted 1” slag or crushed stone placed over compacted subgrade. Thicknesses on Drawings, where shown, shall govern over Specifications. Construction joints in footings and walls shall be keyed. Key shall measure 3/4” deep by 1-1/2” wide for walls or slabs 6” or less in thickness, and 3/4” deep by 2” wide for walls or slabs 8” to 12” thick. Key shall measure 1-1/2” deep by 3-1/2” wide for strip footings. Top and bottom of keys shall be tapered 10 degrees. Construction joints for poured concrete shall be spaced no greater than 150’-0” center-to-center. Reinforcing in strip footings shall be continuous through all construction joints.

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D. Macro-Synthetic Fiber Reinforcement shall be used for the purpose of controlling temperature and drying shrinkage cracking. Fibers shall provide a minimum post- crack residual strength capacity of 250 PSI. as measured by ASTM C1399, and shall meet the requirements of ASTM C1116 for Type III synthetic fibers. Minimum fiber length shall be 1.5-inches, minimum tensile strength shall be 70 KSI, when tested by

ASTM D2256, and minimum aspect ratio shall be 70.

Approved materials: Tuf-Strand SF by the Euclid Chemical Company.

No exceptions.

Dosage Rate: 5 pounds of fiber per cubic yard of concrete.

Contact person:

Michael A. Mahoney

The Euclid Chemical Company

Direct: 216-692-8301

Cell: 216-225-6260 [email protected] www.euclidchemical.com

Macro-synthetic fibers are not intended, nor shall be permitted, to replace structural reinforcing steel without FedEx Ground review and approval. Micro-synthetic fibers and cellulose fibers shall not be permitted. Macro-synthetic fibers are not intended, nor shall they be permitted to replace structural reinforcing steel that might be required by design.

E. The use of a water-reducing superplasticizer admixture to increase the workability of the concrete is permitted. Use Eucon 37, by the Euclid Chemical Company, or approved equal. Said admixture will be added during the batching process in strict compliance with the manufacturer’s Directions for Use.

F. Dock Height Dimensions

The “dock” height at the trailer doors will be a uniform 48 inches as measured from the finished asphalt paving to the finished concrete slab of the Distribution Area. This dimension and measurement will be consistent at the Load and Unload Trailer Doors.

3.7

Quality and Finish of Work

A. All work directly related to, and associated with, the placement of concrete shall be performed in accordance with ACI 301-99 “Specification for Structural Concrete”.

B. All concrete work shall be free of the formation of laitance, cold joints, voids, and surface defects.

C. Any concrete defects, including surface defects, shall be remedied, or otherwise corrected, in accordance with ACI 301-99 “Specifications for Structural Concrete”.

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D. Concrete finishes shall be as defined by ACI 301-99 “Specification for Structural

Concrete, and shall be applied as follows:

1. Vertical exposed formed surfaces: Smooth form finish

2. Horizontal surfaces: a. All Distribution Area Floors: Steel Trowel Finish.

(This includes the P.&D. Van Area) b. Office Area Floor: Steel Trowel Finish. c. Vehicle Maintenance Garage: Steel Trowel Finish. d. Ramps (Interior & Exterior): Broom Finish. e. Exterior Slabs: Broom Finish

3.8

Concrete Slab and Floor Sealers

A. Exterior Concrete Slabs:

Exterior concrete slabs shall be treated and sealed with a water based, penetrating, water repellant for horizontal surfaces.

Product(s) shall be designed to protect exterior concrete from winter freeze-thaw cycling and the effects of de-icing salts. Products will be applied according to the manufacturer’s written directions.

1. Approved products and Manufacturer’s: a. Baracade WB 244, as manufactured by the Euclid Chemical Company.

1-800-321-7628 b. SS Harden X SI, as manufactured by SealSource International, LLC.

1-800-305-9144

B. Interior Concrete Slabs:

All interior concrete floor slabs, including the Distribution Area floors, not receiving a final floor covering shall be treated with a hardener – sealer – densifier product.

Product(s) shall be single component designed to reduce surface porosity and increase surface density, durability, and abrasion resistance.

[Exception: Vehicle Maintenance Garage. Refer to Paragraph C., this Section.]

Products will be applied according to the Manufacturer’s written directions.

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1. Approved Products / Manufacturers: a. Euco Diamond Hard as manufactured by the Euclid Chemical Company.

1-800-321-7628 b. SealSource Harden X as manufactured by SealSource International, LLC.

1-800-305-9144 c. The Ashford Formula, as manufactured by Curecrete Distribution, Inc.

Contact:

Curecrete Distribution, Inc.

1-801-489-5663 d. SealHard, as manufactured by L. & M. Construction Chemicals, Inc.

Contact:

Jerry Churray

1-800-524-9932

Cell: 412-606-9687

C. Garage Floor (when Vehicle Maintenance Garage is required):

Floor sealer shall be Koester VAP1 2000, one coat water proofing system, as manufactured by Koester American Corporation. www.koesterusa.com

Strictly follow the manufacturer’s surface preparation and application instructions.

Contact:

Raymond Hicks, Account Manager

Cell: 401-829-0394 [email protected]

1. Non-Slip Aggregate: Aluminum oxide abrasive, “FRICTEX NS” as manufactured by BASF or “Non-Slip Aggregate” as manufactured by the Euclid

Chemical Company, or approved equal.

Add abrasive to floor sealer for slip resistance per manufacturer’s recommendations.

All concrete slabs shall be saw cut as soon as the concrete will support the sawing equipment and does not ravel during the sawing operation. All saw cutting shall be performed the same day the concrete is placed. Saw cuts shall be 1/8” wide with depths of at least 25% of the slab thickness. Jointing pattern shall be in a square pattern, with maximum spacings of 15’-0” for 6” thick slabs and 20’-0” for 8” thick slabs, unless noted otherwise.

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3.10 Curing

All concrete flat work shall be covered immediately following saw cutting and maintained continuously wet for a minimum of seven days after placing. Curing sheets shall be used, and are to remain in place, during this period. Curing compound may be used on vertical surfaces only, and must be applied per manufacturer’s recommendations.

Concrete Contractor shall make certain that the conductor for building steel grounding has been installed before pouring concrete.

The use of flyash is permitted when used in accordance with ACI document 232.2R-

96, “Use of Flyash in Concrete,” limited to 15% max content.

Permissible type: Strictly limited to Type ‘C’ and Type ‘F’.

3.13

Trench Drains

Furnish and install a trench drain system, complete and fully operational at locations in the yard and inside the building(s) as illustrated on the FedEx Ground drawings.

A. All Trench Drain installations shall be precast/pre-manufactured arrangements fabricated with a pre-determined slope. Sections shall have radius bottom and mechanical interlocking ends.

B. All Trench Drain installations shall be encased with concrete, without exception.

Installation width, depth and run of slope shall be as required by design to suit the intended applications.

C. Frames shall be mechanically anchored into the concrete surround at the manufacturer’s standard anchor intervals.

D. All arrangements will be complete with all necessary components, parts, features and accessories as required for a complete operable installation.

Such components include, but are not limited to:

 Catch basins

 Dirt / Grit Traps

 Tamper Resistant Fasteners

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E. Materials:

1. Body: a. High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) b. Polymer Concrete

2. Metal Edge Rail: Steel, galvanized.

3. Grates: a. Interior: Steel, galvanized, perforated or slotted, ADA compliant. b. Exterior: Steel, galvanized, slotted. c. Grate Locking System: Manufacturer’s Standard Tamper Resistant.

F. Load Ratings / Classifications

1. All exterior and interior grating arrangements shall, as a minimum, comply with the load ratings of the following: a. ANSI / ASME A112.6.3 (latest revision) Floor and Trench Drains. b. AASHTO “Standard Specifications” for Highway Bridges.

2. Interior grating arrangement load ratings, as a minimum:

Extra heavy duty, having a safe live load between 7,500 pounds and 10,000 pounds.

3. Exterior grating arrangements and vehicle maintenance garages (when required).

H2O loading for tractor trucks with tandem axle semi-trailer with a dual wheel load of 16,000 pounds.

G. Manufacturers:

1. Zurn Industries, L.L.C.

2. ACO Polymer Products, Inc.

3. ABT, Inc.

4. N.D.S.

5. Approved equal.

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DIVISION 4 – MASONRY

(At the Office Area if Required by Code)

Concrete masonry units shall be 8” x 16” face size and shall conform to “Standard for

Hollow Load Bearing Masonry Units”, ASTM C90, Type I, Grade 4.

Provide bullnose units at all external corners, door and window jambs, and other openings exposed on the interior or exterior of the buildings. Provide solid units, jamb blocks, 4” high units, etc., as required by the Work.

Reference standard, “Specification for Design and Construction of Concrete

Masonry” by the National Concrete Masonry Association.

4.3

Mortar for unit masonry shall conform to ASTM C270, Type S, with a minimum compressive strength of 2,000 psi ASTM C270.

Water Repellancy

The use of water repellant admixtures, designed to reduce capillarity, in the construction of concrete masonry walls exposed to the elements is a FedEx

Ground requirement, and as such shall apply to the fabrication of concrete masonry units, the mortar for same, and the sealing of the finished construction.

Approved manufacturers and products:

1. Grace Construction Products a. Dry-Block Block Admixture b. Dry-Block Mortar c. Infiniseal DB Water Repellant Sealer

(1) Periodic maintenance with this product shall be as prescribed by the manufacturer.

2. The Euclid Chemical Company a. Eucon Blocktite, Integral Water Repellent for concrete masonry. b. Chemstop WB Heavy duty, water based silane/siloxine penetrating water repellent.

3. Approved equal of similar and, at least, equal quality.

The acquisition and use of the above products will comply with all written/published product data and information sheets as produced by the manufacturer.

Clay Masonry Units: When Clay Masonry Units are required by the local and or other site specific reasons, a mortar water repellant is required.

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Approved product:

1. Dry-Brick Admixture for masonry mortar by Grace Construction Products.

No exceptions.

NOTE: A final topical water repellant for clay masonry construction is not required by FedEx Ground.

Structural Grout Requirements

Structural grout for unit masonry shall conform to ASTM C476. All grout shall be prepared with Portland Cement conforming to ASTM C150, Type I sand and No. 8 gravel, ASTM C404. Grout shall reach a minimum strength of 2,500 psi at 28 days, but shall in no case be less than the 28-day strength of the mortar. Maximum slump shall be 6”.

Horizontal Joint Reinforcing

Install horizontal joint reinforcing in accordance with joint reinforcing manufacturer’s instructions. Reinforcement shall be truss-type welded steel wire, 9-gauge minimum, equal to standard DUR-O-WALL, Inc. placed at 16” O.C. vertical spacing.

Expansion and contraction joints shall be located in walls as required. Masonry control joints shall be Rapid Control Joint Rubber Compound-Regular Type as manufactured by DUR-O-WALL, Inc., or approved equal. All expansion joints shall be properly caulked upon completion of the Work.

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DIVISION 5 – METAL

5.1

Steel Shapes and Plates

All hot-rolled shapes, plates, and anchor bolts shall conform to ASTM A36. Anchor bolts shall be designed by the pre-engineered metal building manufacturer.

Steel pipe handrails and guard posts shall be as detailed, and shall be of standard weight (Schedule 40) steel pipe conforming to ASTM A53, Type E or S, Grade B.

5.3 Welds

All welds shall be performed with E70XX electrodes. All welding to conform to

American Welding Society, “Structural Welding Code”, latest edition. Grind smooth all exposed welds.

5.4

Shop Coat Primer

All miscellaneous ferrous metal items, unless noted, shall receive one shop coat of metal primer. Minimum dry film thickness of primer shall be 1.5 mils. Primer shall be Sherwin Williams “Shop coat Primer E61 RC21”, or approved equal.

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DIVISION 6 – WOOD & PLASTIC

6.1 General

The installation of rough and finish carpentry shall be in accordance with the industry standards, in the locations shown on the Drawings, and as specified herein, using the best methods of craftsmanship to produce a first-class installation in every respect.

All exposed lumber shall be treated with “Wolman CCA” wood preservative chemicals by Koppers Company, Inc. (Wolmanized).

6.2 Rough Carpentry

A. References

1. AFPA T10 – Wood Frame Construction Manual; American Forest and Paper

Association; latest revision.

2. ASTM E 84 – Standard Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of

Building Materials; latest revision.

3. AWPA C20 – Structural Lumber – Fire Retardant Treatment by Pressure

Processes; American Wood-Preservers’ Association; latest revision.

4. AWPA C27 – Plywood – Fire-Retardant Treatment by Pressure Processes;

American Wood-Preservers’ Association; latest revision.

B. General Requirements

1. Dimension Lumber: Comply with PS 20 and requirements of specified grading agencies. a. If no species is specified, provide any species graded by the agency specified; if no grading agency is specified, provide lumber graded by any grading agency meeting the specified requirements. b. Grading Agency: Any grading agency whose rules are approved by the Board of Review, American Lumber Standard Committee (www.alsc.org) and who provides grading service for the species and grade specified; provide lumber stamped with grade mark unless otherwise indicated.

2. Lumber fabricated from old growth timber is not permitted.

C. Dimension Lumber

1. Sizes: Nominal sizes as indicated on drawings, S4S.

2. Moisture Content: S-dry or MC19.

3. Miscellaneous Framing, Blocking, Nailers, Grounds, and Furring: a. Lumber: S4S, No. 2 or Standard Grade. b. Boards: Standard or No. 3.

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D. Construction Panels

1. Roof Sheathing: APA Structural I Rated Sheathing, Exterior Exposure Class, and as follows: a. Span Rating: 24/0.

2. Wall Sheathing: APA Structural I Rated Sheathing, Exterior Exposure Class, and as follows: a. Span Rating: 24/0.

3. Computer Room Mounting Boards and Misc. Mounting Boards in the

Distribution Area:

Interior grade, A-D plywood, ¾ inch thick; flame spread index of 25 or less, smoke development index of 450 or less, when tested in accordance with ASTM

E 84.

Mounting Hardware:

As may be required by Design to support the equipment attached thereon, as required for a safe/secure and workman-like installation.

Finish:

Refer to Division 9 – Finishes, Section 9.7 Painting a. Miscellaneous Mounting Boards:

Quantity and location(s) shall be as shown on the FedEx Ground drawings.

(1) Time Clock Mounting Boards;

Size: 18-inches by 18-inches.

Refer to the FedEx Ground drawings for the standard detail.

The Time Clock is furnished and installed by FedEx Ground.

(2) Cordless Telephone Transmitter Mounting Boards;

Size: 24-inches by 24-inches

A 110V. receptacle is required at each board.

(3) Intermediate Distribution Frame (IDF) Mounting Boards

(AKA Telephone Mounting Boards);

Size: 48-inches by 96-inches

A 110V. receptacle is required at each board.

(4) Scanner Radio Frequency (R.F.) Mounting Boards;

Size: 24-inches by 24-inches

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E. Accessories

1. Fasteners and Anchors: a. Metal and Finish: Hot-dipped galvanized steel per ASTM A 153/A 153M for high humidity and preservative-treated wood locations, unfinished steel elsewhere. b. Drywall Screws: Bugle head, hardened steel, power driven type, length three times thickness of sheathing. c. Anchors: Toggle bolt type for anchorage to hollow masonry, where applicable.

F. Factory Wood Treatment

1. Treated Lumber and Plywood: Comply with requirements of AWPA U1 – Use

Category System for wood treatments determined by use categories, expected service conditions, and specific applications. a. Fire-Retardant Treated Wood: Mark each piece of wood with producer’s stamp indicating compliance with specified requirements. b. Preservative-Treated Wood: Provide lumber and plywood marked or stamped by an ALSC-accredited testing agency, certifying level and type of treatment in accordance with AWPA standards.

A. The installation of finished carpentry shall be in accordance with AWI standards.

B. Wood trim shall be select, clear, kiln-dried Poplar, free from shakes, sap and other imperfections. Trim shall be suitable for painting. Countertops shall be constructed of 3/4” AC Fir plywood. Lumber grades shall be:

1. Softwood Lumber - PS 20 Custom Grade: Softwood Plywood – PS 1 Custom

Grade Fir.

2. Hardwood Lumber – PS 58 Custom Grade Birch: Hardwood Plywood – PS 54

Custom Grade Birch.

C. Storage Room Shelving: Storage room(s) shall have five (5) 18” wide shelves constructed of 3/4” wood with a pre-finished, plastic, melamine laminated material.

Shelves shall be adequately reinforced to support 100 pounds point load.

1. Color: White.

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D. Counters and Case Work: Counters and case work shall be finished with a

plastic laminate material and be able to support a 250 lb. point load.

1. Plastic laminate shall meet FSL-P-508, and be as manufactured by Wilsonart

Laminates, or approved equal. a. Post forming Grade (HGP) Type 350, 0.039” thickness shall be used on all surfaces unless noted otherwise. Prepare substrate, and install product with manufacturer’s recommended adhesive and according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

b. Application of plastic laminate colors shall be as follows:

(1) Administrative Offices, including Service Manager Check-in/out and

Driver Check-in/out;

#4845-60 “Twilight Zepher” with matte finish.

(2) Remote P&D Offices (when shown on the drawings)

#4651-60 “Navy Legacy” with matte finish.

(3) Linehaul Offices including Driver Check-In:

#4662-60 “Grey Nebula” with matte finish.

*Note: Linehaul Driver Check-In when part of Admin Office refer to

Item 1. above for color.

E. Fiber Cement Siding

1. Fiber cement siding will be employed at Security Building(s) (when required).

2. Panel Siding: Vertical oriented panels made of cement and cellulose fiber formed under high pressure with integral surface texture, complying with ASTM C 1186

Type A Grade II; with machined edges, for nail attachment. a. Thickness: 5/16 inch, nominal. b. Finish: Factory applied primer. c. Warranty: 50 year limited; transferable d. Panel Siding Manufacturers:

(1) CertainTeed Corporation: www.certainteed.com

(2) James Hardie Building Products, Inc: www.jameshardie.com

(3) Nichiha Fiber Cement: www.nichiha.com

3. Soffit Panels: Smooth panels of same material and finish.

4. Weather-Resistive Barrier: ASTM D 226 Type I asphalt felt (No. 15), or Tyvek or approved equal.

5. Trim: Same material and texture as siding.

6. Fasteners: Galvanized or corrosion resistant; length as required to penetrate minimum 1-1/4 inch.

7. Joint Sealer: As specified in Section 7.6

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8. Finish Paint: Latex house paint acceptable to siding manufacturer; primer recommended by paint manufacturer. Refer to Division 9-Finishes.

F. Wainscot System:

1. Wainscot system shall consist of chair rail moulding, plywood paneling, and resilient base applied over gypsum wall board.

2. Chair Rail moulding shall conform to the wood moulding and Millwork

Producers Association (WMMPA) Standard Profiles:

#WM-297 or #WM-301 or approved equal.

Wood type: Poplar (preferred), Pine (as a minimum).

Finish: Painted.

3. Wainscot plywood paneling shall be unfinished real wood paneling, 3/16” nominal thickness, Birch veneered, bead-board pattern, and shall be equal in quality to the “Bedford Village” Unfinished White Birch panel by Georgia

Pacific.

4. Vinyl Wall Base: Refer to Division 9, Finishes.

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DIVISION 7 – THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION

7.1

Vapor Barrier at Slabs

A vapor barrier is required under all floor slabs that receive a floor covering or an impermeable floor coating. These areas shall include, but may not necessarily be limited to, the following: Offices, Remote Offices, Future Office, Maintenance

Garage (when required), Van Parking Areas at Automated Stations, and Maintenance

Shops at Automated Stations. The vapor barrier shall be new 6-mil polyethylene film, conforming to and installed according to ACI 302.1 latest revision, “Guide for

Concrete Floor and Slab Construction.”

The vapor barrier shall be placed at the bottom of the slab and have lap joints a minimum of 6” and turned up 3” around perimeter. All lap joints shall be taped. Seal all penetrations and repair all damaged areas with tape.

Rigid board foundation insulation shall be closed cell rigid polystyrene equal to

“Styrofoam – Square Edge”, 25 PSI compressive strength, minimum, as manufactured by the Dow Chemical Company. Minimum 5-year aged “R” value shall be 8.0 measured at 40 degrees F mean temperature. Install at exterior walls of the heated building. Extend to 4’-0” below bottom of floor slab.

Batt type of insulation shall be fiberglass with an aluminum foil vapor barrier with flanges at the edges to permit stapling/taping.

Install Batt insulation at Office Area exterior walls which will include those walls that face the Distribution Area. Installation shall be full height, floor to building roof assemble.

Vapor barriers shall face the interior of the building.

R-Value Requirement: R-11, minimum at walls

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Acoustical Insulation

Acoustical insulation shall be the un-faced fiberglass Batt, friction-fit type, one thickness 3-1/2”-4”.

Sound Transmission Rating: STC-47, minimum, or as might otherwise be required by design.

A. Placement

1. Walls: Acoustical insulation shall be placed within all interior partitions, installed full height, floor to Office Area ceiling.

Placement will fill the entire cavity between the studs and the gypsum wall boards.

Gaps are not permitted.

2. Above Ceilings: Acoustical insulation shall be placed upon the suspended ceiling system providing full coverage.

Gaps are not permitted.

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7.6

Rigid Board Insulation

Rigid board insulation for use on masonry wall construction shall be 3/4” “Thermax” foil-faced insulation board as manufactured by Celotex Corporation, with a minimum

R-value of 5.4.

Caulking and Sealing Joints and Cracks

Caulking and sealing materials/products shall be an architectural grade, gunnable, pourable types suited for interior and exterior applications as may be required.

Products applied in vertical applications shall be anti-sagging.

All products/materials shall be low VOL content.

Surfaces and materials to receive caulking and sealants shall be cleaned and otherwise prepared to receive said products in strict accord with the manufacturer’s written instructions using the cleaning products, means and methods identified therein.

All caulking and sealants shall be installed to yield water-tight construction.

Fireproofing materials shall be as required by code and/or the locality, whichever is more stringent.

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7.8

Exterior Building Penetrations and Openings

All exterior building wall and roof penetrations shall be flashed and sealed, without exception, and made watertight.

For caulking and sealing, refer to Section 7.6, above.

All flashing shall, without exception, at a minimum conform to the SMACNA

Architectural Sheet Metal Manual, latest edition.

Gutters & Downspouts (Rainwater Conductors)

Gutters and downspouts shall be sized for rainfall intensity as determined by a storm occurrence of 1 in 5 years in accordance with the SMACNA Architectural Sheet

Metal Manual.

Gutter and Downspout profile: Rectangular

Accessories: Provide all parts and components such as gutter brackets, downspout brackets and anchorage devices. Accessories will conform to SMACNA requirements.

Quantity and placement of downspouts shall be as required by design, and shall not:

Discharge rainwater directly into landscaped areas.

Discharge rainwater at, or near, personnel or vehicular doors causing ponding, ice build-up in winter condition, or negative backflow into the building(s).

Erosion of landscaped areas is strictly prohibited.

Place splash pads under downspouts.

Slope of gutters shall be as required by design to coordinate the rain fall intensity and storm occurrence design factors for the specific site.

Seal all metal joints water tight.

Secure gutters and downspouts in place using concealed fasteners.

Reference Division 2 – Site Work, Section 2.1. Pavement, etc. for Storm Water

Control.

Splash Pads: Pre-cast concrete type, 3,000 PSI at 28 days, minimum 5 percent air entrainment. Size according to site specific rainwater discharge.

Downspout location: The FedEx Ground preferred location is the exterior of the building.

When downspouts are required to be installed inside the building, placement shall be, without exception, such that said downspouts will not interfere with any building items or wall mounted controls whatsoever, nor any package handling equipment.

All interior downspouts must be provided with water-tight, readily accessible, reusable clean-outs for maintenance of the system.

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The Lessor/Lessor’s agent shall be responsible for contacting FedEx Ground and the FedEx Material Handling equipment vendor to coordinate the locations of this item.

7.9

Insulation for Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings

A. The roof system and the wall systems shall, as a FedEx Ground minimum design requirement, be designed according to the prescriptive requirements as identified and described in the International Code Council (ICC), International Energy Conservation

Code (IECC) 2012 Edition.

[As a FedEx Ground minimum design requirement said requirements of IECC 2012 shall apply in those states and municipalities where IECC 2009 is currently in force.]

Application of ASHRAE 90.1 – 2012, Section C401.2, as described within IECC

2012, is permitted.

When more stringent building code requirements are encountered on a site specific basis, said “more stringent” requirements shall apply.

The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent may, as a voluntary alternate, submit for FedEx Ground review and approval proprietary roof and wall assemblies that possess the maximum

U – Values as described in IECC 2012, for the eight (8) Climate Zones described therein.

[Application of ASHRAE 90.1-2010, Section C402.2, as described within IECC 2012 is permitted for the consideration of the “Voluntary Alternates” and submission/approval of proprietary roof and wall assemblies.]

Confirmation of the U – Values shall be confirmed by the testing requirements as described by ASHRAE 90.1 – 2010, Section A 9.3.

Said testing results from an independent testing laboratory shall be furnished to

FedEx Ground for review and approval prior to the commencement of construction.

Alternate building systems such as “unit masonry” and “tilt up panel” systems shall be designed in accordance with the requirements of the above cited, IECC 2012

Edition.

The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent is required, without exception, to provide documentation to FedEx Ground that the building design meets IECC 2012, or the local equivalent.

Proof of code compliance may be obtained by the use of the latest Com Check software available (free of charge) from the U.S. Department of Energy at www.energycodes.gov

The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent is required to submit the project specific Com Check report under seal and signature of the Design Professional of Record to FedEx

Ground prior to the commencement of construction.

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B. Insulation types, for PEMB use.

Insulation types utilized at FedEx Ground buildings shall comply with the local building codes. Three types of insulation will be considered.

1. Fiberglass Blanket Insulation: Fiberglass blanket insulation shall be as described in the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA 202-12-

96) Specification, or approved equal, and,

Shall conform to ASTM C665 for Type I unfaced insulation and Type II, faced insulation.

Primary exposed insulation shall be Type II, Faced.

Facing shall be composed of white polypropylene film, fiberglass and polyester scrim, 30 pound craft, metalized polyester.

FACING/SCRIM CRITERIA

Surface burning characteristics according to ASTM E84.

Maximum flame spread: 25

Maximum smoke development: 50

Maximum water vapor transmission rating tested according to

ASTM E96: 0.02 Perm

Maximum Mullen Burst Test according to ASTM D774: 120PSI

Minimum Beach Puncture Test according to ASTM C1136: 125 Beach Units

Minimum tensile strength in machine direction according to

ASTM C1136: 65 lb/in

Minimum tensile strength in cross-machine direction according to

ASTM C1136: 60 lb/in

Fill blanket insulation shall be Type I, unfaced and shall be used in multi-layer applications. Fiberglass blanket insulation will be used in both roof and wall system applications. A rigid foam thermal block, or pad, shall be used to compensate for the compression of the fiberglass blanket insulation at PEMB girts and purlins.

2. Closed Cell Polyurethane Insulated Panels: Closed cell polyurethane insulation shall be used in the application of sandwich type metal panels. Said panels may be utilized as the sole application or in combination with faced fiberglass blanket insulation.

3. Rigid Board Insulation: Rigid board insulation will be a polyisocyanurate

(polyiso) foam board product with an integral vapor retarding lamination. Rigid board insulation can be used in single, or multiple, layer applications. Said boards may be utilized as the sole application or in combination with fiberglass blanket insulation

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7.10

Fire Stopping Material

A. All products used under this section shall be UL listed.

B. All penetrations of the Office Area Walls at the Distribution Area by piping, conduit, cables, sleeves, cable trays and/or buss ducts shall be sealed with the appropriate intumescent caulk, putty, strip, block, sponge or sheet type fire barrier product.

C. Approved manufacturers and materials:

HILTI Brand, “FS-ONE”

NELSON Brand, “Flameseal”

SPECIFIED TECHNOLOGIES, INC., “Spec Seal” or

Approved equal by 3M.

D. Fire Stopping materials shall be installed according to U.L. Requirements and the material manufacturer’s instructions.

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DIVISION 8 – DOORS AND WINDOWS

8.1

Hollow Metal Frames

A. Frames shall be similar to and equal in quality to Ceco Corporation.

B. All doors leading from the offices to the Distribution Area shall have “exterior” frames.

1. Exterior Pressed Metal Door Frames: 14-gauge sheet steel.

2. Interior Pressed Metal Door Frames: 16-gauge sheet steel.

C. Reinforce frames for butts, strikes, closers and other hardware. Provide 24-gauge mortar/plaster guards for all cutouts. Frames shall be provided with three door silencers per strike jamb.

D. Apply hardware to door frames per the hardware manufacturer’s templates and instructions.

8.2

Hollow Metal Doors

A. Exterior Hollow Metal Personnel Doors Connecting Unheated Spaces: 1- 3/4” thick, full flush doors fabricated of 16-gauge steel, similar and equal in quality to the

Regent Series by Ceco. Types and sizes required shall be as indicated on the

Drawings.

B. Exterior Hollow Metal Doors Connecting Heated and Unheated Spaces: 1- 3/4” thick, full flush doors fabricated of 16-gauge steel with urethane cores, similar and equal in quality to the Imperial Series by Ceco. Types and sizes required shall be as indicated on the Drawings.

C. All doors leading from the offices to the Distribution Area shall be considered

“exterior” doors for thickness of materials and shall be insulated.

D. Interior Hollow Metal Doors: 1- 3/4” thick, full flush doors fabricated of 18-gauge steel, similar and equal in quality to the Regent Series by Ceco. Types and sizes required shall be as indicated on the Drawings.

E. Apply hardware to doors per the hardware manufacturers’ templates and instructions.

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8.3

Personnel Door Alarms

Personnel Door Alarms shall be installed at all Exterior Personnel Doorways with the following exceptions

 Administration Office Doors

 Main Distribution Area Entry Door

The alarm arrangement will be a surfaced mounted, hardwired installation using the

DETEX-E-Z Kit specifically designed for FedEx Ground applications.

DETEX-E-Z Kit

Product Number: ACDxEAX 2500xIS – 5FXG

Manufacturer: DETEX Corporation

Approved Vendors:

Bockert and Associates, Inc.

Contact Person:

Darryl Albright, VP-Sales

800-321-7550

419-677-9610

D.H. Pace Company, Inc.

1-888-722-3667

FXG.dhpace.com

The FXG DETEX Kit consists of the following components/items;

1. No. 104858 FedEx Ground proprietary component wiring diagram and location/installation detail.

2. DETEX, Surface Mount Alarm, No. EAX-2500SxIC7xKSxSI, with key stop, IC

Core Housing and Status Sensor.

3. DETEX, Magnasphere, Contact Switches, No. MS-1039S.

4. DETEX, Power Supply, No. 90-800, with rectifier.

5. System Sensor, Strobe Light with Blue Lens, No. HR2B.

Substitution of the Kit, wholly, or any of the components therein is prohibited.

Coordinate the Final Cylinder Core with D.H. Pace Company, Inc. / Schlage Lock

Company.

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8.4

Sectional Overhead Doors

A. Drive-In Door Operation: Motor operated with OPEN-CLOSE-STOP,

momentary contact type, UL/325-2010 compliant controls inside and out, interior manual override and chain hoist, interior mounted counter balance and manufacturer’s standard locking hardware, door stops and spring bumpers.

Wiring the door controls to the electric photo-eye units is strictly prohibited.

Photo eyes purpose shall be limited to the detection of obstacles at the Drive-In

Doors.

Drive-In Door Operator: RSX commercial operator with solenoid actuated brake

(manufacturer’s standard) continuous duty, and unlimited duty cycle, as manufactured by the Overhead Door Corporation or approved equal.

½ HP, 460 VAC 3-Phase, suitable for overhead doors up to 406 square feet in area, standard.

1 HP, 460 VAC 3-Phase, for doors 407 square feet in area and larger.

Drive-In Door Operation: Motor operated with OPEN-CLOSE-STOP controls inside and out, interior manual override and chain hoist, interior mounted counter balance and manufacturer’s standard locking hardware, door stops and spring bumpers.

Operating hardware shall include the manufacturer’s 1-inch diameter solid shaft, heavy duty bearings and heavy duty 3-inch track to suit a cycle rate of 100,000 cycles.

1. Interior Door Control: a. Furnish and install a NEMA 1 General Purpose Control Unit at each drive-in door. Unit shall be surface mounted and shall feature momentary contact, and open-close-stop functions. Install in concert with the two-position lever switch described in this section. b. Provide a single illuminated two-position lever type switch to lock out both exterior and interior control stations.

Lever Type Switch: Model Number ZB5AK1243 as manufactured by

Schneider Electric

, or approved equal, complete with contact block.

Provide the switch in a surface mounted box and install at the rate of one lever type switch per each push button unit.

2. Exterior Door Control: Furnish and install a NEMA 4 Exterior Control Unit at each drive-in door. Unit will be surface mounted, exterior grade, featuring openclose-stop push button functions.

Exterior Door Control: Model 3BXT as manufactured by MMTC or approved equal.

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3. Photocell: Furnish and install at each drive-in door one (1) NEMA 4 rated photocell device to stop and/or reverse a closing door and to hold a door already open.

Furnish and install: Vitector NEMA 4 / 4X Optoeye, Heavy Duty Commercial photo eye by Overhead Door Corporation or approved equal.

4. Timing Device: Furnish and install an adjustable timing device to close the drivein door.

Timer: Model TDU-3000 by SSAC or approved equal.

The timing device will be installed within the operator to hold the drive-in door a specific time before closing.

5. Safety Edge: Furnish and install one (1) pressure sensitive, electric, safety edge with retracting reel at each Drive-In Door.

Safety Edge Product: Model Number ME 123 Sensing Edge suited for horizontal mounting at the bottom of the Drive-In Door.

Electrical Requirement: 24 VAC, 1/2 AMP

Wire Outlet Location: Left side, when viewing to interior surface of the door.

Color: Black

Manufacturer: Miller Edge, Inc. or approved equal

6. Safety Edge Power Cord Retracting Reel: Model Number RR 183 with 18 AWG cord in metal case, 3-conductors of SO cable with 25-feet extended length.

Mounting: Left side of Drive-In Door, interior of building underneath, but not attached to, the drive-in door operator.

Manufacturer: Miller Edge, Inc. or approved equal

7. Mount all devices as required by code and manufacturer’s instructions.

B. Back-In Doors shall be commercial grade 24-gauge steel full vertical lift track door,

“424 Series” steel doors shall be manufactured by Overhead Door Corporation, or approved equal, chain operated, inside-mounted, counterbalanced, with one standard window lite mounted on the right hand side of the door when viewed from inside the building and fitted with the manufacturer’s standard locking hardware, door stops and spring bumpers. Operating hardware shall include the manufacturer’s 1-inch solid shaft and heavy duty bearings to suit a cycle rate of 50,000 cycles.

Insulated doors, “591 Series”, .016” exterior steel thickness, hot dipped galvanized, with a minimum “R” value of R-14.86 shall be provided where Distribution Area is heated.

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1. Step Angle: 2” x 2” x 3/16” continuous step angle located at the bottom of the door and attached to the interior surface.

2. Manual Overhead Door Operator: Sectional door chain hoist with “chain keeper” feature, Model J.R.G., Part Number 726, Manufactured by Service Spring

Corporation and furnished as a standard component of the manually operated overhead door, by the Overhead Door Corporation, or approved equal.

C. Dock Doors shall be commercial grade 24-gauge steel full vertical lift track door,

“424 Series” steel doors shall be manufactured by Overhead Door Corporation, or approved equal, with one standard window lite mounted on the right hand side of the door when viewed from inside the building and fitted with manufacturer’s standard locking and operating hardware including door stops and spring bumpers, suited to a cycle rate of 10,000 cycles.

Insulated door, “591 Series”, .016” exterior steel thickness, hot dipped galvanized, with a minimum “R” value of R-14.86 shall be provided where Distribution Area is heated.

Dock Door openings shall be 48” above exterior finish grade and shall be fitted with three-sided dock door seals. The dock seal(s) must extend 4” beyond laminated rubber bumpers.

1. Step angle: 2” x 2” x 3/16” continuous step angle located at the bottom of the door and attached to the interior surface.

D. Weather-Stripping: Provide manufacturer’s standard overhead door components, jamb, head, panel joint and sill weather-stripping. (For electrically operated doors, the specified safety edge shall replace the sill weather stripping.)

E. Traffic Signaling System: Furnish, install and make fully operational a two (2) fixture system with one interior and one exterior Stop/Go Traffic Signal.

Both signaling devices will be tied into the limits of the Overhead Drive-In Doors.

Installation: One pair, installed on opposite sides of each Drive-In Door, at locations as shown on the drawings.

Unit: Refer to Division 16 – Electrical, Section 16.19 Traffic Signaling System for a description and the electrical requirements.

8.5

Rolling Steel Overhead Doors

A. The standard installation of Rolling Steel Overhead Doors will be limited to

Automated Sortation Stations and shall be located as shown on the drawings and as indicated in the FedEx Ground Standard Door Schedule.

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B. Rolling Steel Overhead Doors shall be commercial grade 24-gauge steel overhead track doors, “625 Series” as manufactured by the Overhead Door Corporation, or approved equal. Door slats shall be 24-gauge front and back with door manufacturers standard foamed in place insulation.

R – value for doors where the Distribution Area is heated will be a minimum of R –

7.7 [Maximum value available with Overhead Door Corporation for this door type.]

Door guides shall be three (3) structural steel angles with wind bars, as required by design.

Counterbalance shall be a torsion spring type, housed within a steel pipe as sized by the manufacturer with heavy duty bearings to suit a cycle rate of 100,000 cycles.

Bracket places shall be ¼” thick steel plate.

Bottom bar shall be a double steel structural angle.

C. Operation: Manual chain hoist with door manufacturer’s standard features.

D. Finish: Hot dipped galvanized, manufacturer’s standard.

E. Weather Stripping: Manufacturer’s standard overhead door components for jamb, head, panel joints, hood and sill weather stripping.

8.6 High Speed Rolling Doors

A. High Speed Rolling Doors will be furnished and installed at the Drive-In Doors for

Automated Sortation Stations only and as indicated on the FedEx Ground Drawings.

(Reference FedEx Ground Door Schedule.)

B. Furnish and install a 14’-0” wide by 16’-0” high vertically rolling, all weather high performance unit, complete with the door manufacturer’s standard gear drive, direct drive, standard operator for the size indicated. Door operator will be interior mounted.

C. Curtain Material: Door manufacturer’s standard vinyl nylon fabric, minimum weight as required by design to suit the wind pressure requirement described herein.

Rubber is not acceptable.

Lighter material not acceptable.

Color: White, manufacturer’s standard at FedEx Ground Stations.

D. Side Frames: Self-supporting members, door manufacturer’s standard for the door size indicated.

Material: Manufacturer’s standard.

Finish: Manufacturer’s standard.

E. Electrical Requirements: 460 V, 60 HZ, three phase.

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F. Drive System: 2 H.P. motor, minimum, or as might be otherwise required according to the size of door. Motor shall include soft start/stop feature, electrical braking. Use of mechanical braking, limit switches, and clutches is not permitted.

G. Controls: Composite NEMA 4/12 rated, enclosed, fully assembled and ready for installation and connection, with front access, emergency stop button and open/close reset push button. Control panel will contain a variable frequency drive, solid state electronic/programmable controller, emergency stop button, photo eye module, wireless reversing edge receiver and rotary disconnect with lock and tag only capability.

H. Wireless Reversing Edge: Door manufacturer’s standard to accommodate both lateral and bottom edge impact. Unit will reverse the door immediately upon impact, and shall be a continuous wireless electronic activated rubber conductor that transmits signals to the receiver in the controller. The High Speed Rolling Door shall have the manufacturer’s standard soft bottom edge which yields to impact. The door shall not have metal bottom bars, springs, pulleys, or counterweights.

I. Curtain Retention: Manufacturer’s standard guides to provide constant tension on the curtain the entire length of the side frames. System will include Manufacturer’s standard re-feed/re-alignment feature in case of accidental impact. The automatic refeed feature will automatically re-position the curtain into the side frames after an impact.

J. Wind Pressure Requirement: 75 MPH or as otherwise required by design.

K. Operating Speeds: 48” per second minimum, 100” per second maximum.

L. Weather Seals: Manufacturer’s standard for door head, jambs and sill.

M. Emergency Operation: Brake will hold door in place for manual release, with manufacturer’s standard chain hoist emergency operation.

N. The High Speed Rolling Doors will be connected to and will be made operational with the Drive-In door actuators, controls, and traffic signals described elsewhere in the specification.

O. Vision Panels: Two (2) 20” by 20” vision panels, manufacturer’s standard. Refer to

FedEx Ground door schedule.

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8.7

P. Approved Manufacturer’s and Product Lines:

1. DYNACO USA, Inc.

M2 Model Line

Contact person for FedEx Ground:

David E. Lewis, Regional Sales Manager

800-459-1930

412-613-1669 [email protected]

2. Hormann-Flexon

Speed Master 1600H Product Line

Contact person for FedEx Ground:

Peter Burnham, VP-Sales

800-365-3667

412-770-5815 [email protected]

3. Rite-Hite Doors

Model: Fastrax Radial Lift

Rite-Hite Doors Fastrax Power Door Series

Contact person for FedEx Ground:

James Boston

Rite-Hite Doors/Arbon Equipment Corp.

Telephone: 412-257-8990

Email: [email protected]

Overhead Door Wind Load Requirements

Wind load requirements described herein shall apply to insulated doors and uninsulated doors alike.

Wind load requirement shall be 20PSF.

High wind zone, wind load requirement shall be 50 PSF minimum or as required by the Local Authority having Jurisdiction.

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8.8 Windows

A. Exterior fixed glazed units shall be a 2” x 4-1/2” thermally improved storefront type.

Glazing shall be 1” insulated construction with 1/4” thick tempered exterior and interior lites with the manufacturer’s standard Low E coating on the #3 surface.

Exterior Lite: Gray Tint, manufacturer’s standard to compliment the building color.

Interior Lite: Clear

Frame Finish: Two (2) coats 70% Kynar manufacturer’s standard.

Color: Dark Gray as approved by FedEx Ground.

Approved Manufacturer’s, Series, Models: a. EFCO Corporation, Series 403 b. TRACO, Series TR7850 c. Kawneer Company, Inc., Trifab 451T

Office windows that face the Distribution Area shall be considered exterior units.

B. Interior fixed glazed units shall be 1-3/4” x 4-1/2” storefront type. Glazing shall be

1/4” clear tempered (un-insulated).

Frame Finish: Standard Class I Clear Anodized

Approved Manufacturer’s, Series, Models: a. EFCO Corporation, Series 401 b. TRACO, Series TR7855 c. Kawneer Company, Inc., Trifab 400

C. Interior horizontal sliding units shall consist of commercial quality aluminum frame and sash extrusions having a minimum wall thickness of 0.062 inches. Frame depth shall not be less than 3-1/4”. All frame and sash members shall be thermally broken by the poured and de-bridged method using a polyurethane fill.

Both sashes shall be operable and furnished with the manufacturer’s standard hardware and locking devices.

Locks shall be installed on the Service Manager side of the unit.

Glazing shall be 1” insulated with ¼” thick clear tempered lites.

Frame Finish: Standard Class I Clear Anodized.

Approved Manufacturer’s, Series, Models: a. EFCO Corporation, Series 3500, HS-AW50 b. TRACO, TR6300 c. Kawneer Company, Inc. 8400TL

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A. To indicate type, quality, and function of hardware items, the following manufacturer’s products are listed in the schedule below:

Hardware Item

Hinges:

Locks (No substitutes):

Push-button Locks ( No substitutes ):

Closers ( No substitutes ):

Crash Stop:

Door Stops:

Manufacturer

Hager

Schlage

Schlage

LCN

Ives

D. H. Pace Door Services Contact:

Hardware Item

Kickplates:

Thresholds:

Weather Stripping:

Push Plate and Pull:

Door Sweeps:

Manufacturer

Ives

Reese

Reese

Ives

Reese

Sheley Brown 1-888-722-3667

[email protected]

The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent shall contract with and otherwise work directly with

D. H. Pace Door Services in the procurement and installation of all door lock cores and associated items.

The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent will be responsible for the secure, safe keeping of all cylinder cores, keys and associated item throughout the length of the project until such time as the direct turnover of said items to FedEx Ground.

Lock construction cores shall be removed by, and final lock cores shall be installed by a D. H. Pace Door Services authorized technician.

B. Abbreviations:

1. Aluminum Lacquer: ALUM.

2. Non-removable Pin: NRP.

3. Satin Chrome: US26D.

C. Schedule: The following hardware sets shall be distributed as shown on the “Door

Schedule”.

NOTE:

1. All finishes shall be US26D.

2. All thresholds shall be aluminum.

3. All weather stripping shall be aluminum.

4. All kickplates shall be stainless steel.

5. All sets may not be used in this project.

6. Coordinate keying with FedEx Ground.

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D. For projects involving existing buildings where existing hardware is in place; verify hardware will accept the specified Schlage SFIC core, otherwise the hardware must be replaced. For all exterior doors on existing buildings the hardware set must be similar in all features to the specified lockset or the lockset must be replaced.

E. Hardware Sets (see Door Schedule for locations):

-Office Area/ Entry to Exterior #1 1 ½ Pr. BB1199

1 Ea. L9456BD 17N 626

1 Ea. 4041

1 Ea. FS444

1 Ea. 8400

1 Ea. S483A

-Distribution to Exterior at Main

Distribution Center Entry Only

1 Ea. DS69C

1 Ea. 323A

#2 1 ½ Pr. BB1199

1 Ea. L9456BD 17N 626

-Office Area to Janitor

-Office Area to Storage

-Maintenance Shop to Storage

-Distribution to Toilet Room

-Distribution to LH Vending

1 Ea. 4041

1 Ea. 8400

1 Ea. S205A

1 Ea. DS69C

1 Ea. 323A

#3 1 ½ Pr. BB1279

1 Ea. ND80BD SPA 626

1 Ea. WS407CCV

#4 1 ½ Pr. BB1199

1 Ea. 8200

Description

4 ½” x 4 ½” 32D NRP Hinges

Lockset

CUSH 689 Closer

US26D Floor Stop

10” x 34” US32D Kickplate

Threshold x 36”

1/ 36” x 2/ 84” Weatherstrip Set

Door Sweep x 36”

4 ½” x 4 ½” 32D NRP Hinges

Lockset

CUSH 689 Closer

10” x 34” 32D Kickplate

Threshold X 36”

1/ 36” x 2/ 84” Weatherstrip Set

Door Sweep x 36”

4 ½” x 4 ½” 26D Hinges

Lockset

US26DWall Stop

4 ½” x 4 ½” 32D NRP Hinges

6” x 16” US32D Push Plate

-Office Area to Toilet Room

1 Ea. 4041

1 Ea. 8400

1 Ea. S205A

1 Ea. 323A

#5 1 ½ Pr. BB1279

1 Ea. ND40S SPA 626

1 Ea. 4041

1 Ea. 8400

-Distribution to Driver Check - In #6 1 ½ Pr. BB1199

-Garage to Office Area 1 Ea. L9456BD 17N 626

4041

-Office Area to Office Area

-Office Area to Training/Meeting

-Maintenance Shop to

Maintenance Office

1 Ea. 8400

1 Ea. S205A

1 Ea. DS69C

1 Ea. 323A

#7 1 ½ Pr. BB1279

1 Ea. ND73BD SPA 626

1 Ea. WS407CCV

REG 689 Closer

10” x 34” 32D Kickplate

Threshold x 36”

Door Sweep x 36”

4 ½” x 4 ½” 26D Hinges

Lockset

REG 689 Closer

10” x 34” 32D Kickplate

4 ½” x 4 ½” 32D NRP Hinges

Lockset

REG 689 Closer

10” x 34” 32D Kickplate

Threshold x 36”

1/ 36” x 2 / 84” Weatherstrip Set

Door Sweep x 36”

4 ½” x 4 ½” 26D Hinges

Lockset

US26D Wall Stop

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Description

-Exterior to Security Building #8 1 ½ Pr. BB1199

1 Ea. L460BD 626

1 Ea. 8200

1 Ea. 8302-6

1 Ea. 4041

1 Ea. CS115-25

1 Ea. 8400

1 Ea. S483A

1 Ea. 128V

1 Ea. 323A

#8A 1 ½ Pr. BB1199

-Office Area to Check-In

-Office Area to Control Room

-Not Used

-Distribution to Switchgear

-Distribution to Exterior

-Maintenance Shop to Exterior

-Garage to Exterior

4 ½” x 4 ½” 32D NRP Hinges

Deadbolt

6” x 16” US32D Push Plate

6” x 16” US32D Pull Plate

CUSH 689 Closer

US26D Crash Stop

10” x 34” 32D Kickplate

Threshold x 36”

1 / 36” x 2 / 84” Weatherstrip Set

Door Sweep x 36”

4 ½” x 4 ½” 32D NRP Hinges

Institution Lockset

1 Ea.

ND82BD SPA 626

1 Ea.

6211 FSE US32D

Electric Strike

1 Ea.

660-PB Push

1 Ea.

4041

CUSH 689 Closer

1 Ea.

CS115-25

US26D Crash Stop

1 Ea.

8400

10” x 34” 32D Kickplate

1 Ea.

S483A

Threshold x 36”

1 / 36” x 2 / 84” Weatherstrip Set

1 Ea.

128V

1 Ea.

323A

#9 1½ Pr. BB1279

1 Ea. ND80BD SPA 626

1 Ea. 6211 FSE US32D

1 Ea. 4041

1 Ea. WS407CCV

1 Ea.

#10 1 ½ Pr.

1 Ea.

1 Ea.

1 Ea.

1 Ea.

1 Ea.

#11 1 ½ Pr. BB1199

1 Ea. ND80BD SPA 626

1 Ea. 4041

1 Ea. WS407CCV

1 Ea. 8400

#12 1 ½ Pr. BB1199

1 Ea. ND70BD SPA 626

1 Ea. 4041

Door Sweep x 36”

4 1/2” x 4 1/2” 26D Hinges

Lockset

Electric Strike

REG 689 Closer

US26D Wall Stop

Wall Mounted Access Control Card

Reader provided by TYCO

4 ½” x 4 ½” 32D NRP Hinges

Lockset

REG 689 Closer

US26D Wall Stop

10” x 34” 32D Kickplate

4 ½” x 4 ½” 32D NRP Hinges

Lockset

CUSH 689 Closer

-Training to General Office

-Applications to General Office

#13 1 ½ Pr. BB1279

1 Ea. ND70BD SPA 626

1 Ea. WS407CCV

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1 Ea. ND73BD SPA 626

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- Distribution to Maintenance 1 Ea. ND80BD SPA 626

1 Ea. 6211 FSE US32D

1 Ea. 4041

1 Ea. 8400

1 Ea. S205A

1 Ea. DS69C

1 Ea. 323A

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Description

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Lockset

4 ½” x 4 ½” 26D Hinges

Lockset

4 1/2” x 4 1/2” 32D NRP Hinges

Lockset

Electric Strike

REG 689 Closer

10” x 34” 32D Kickplate

Threshold x 36”

1 / 36” x 2 / 84” Weather Strip Set

Door Sweep x 36”

Wall Mounted Access Control Card

Reader provided by TYCO

4-1/2” x 4-1/2” 32D NRP Hinges

Electrified Lockset

Power Transfer

CUSH 689 Closer

US26D Floor Stop

US26D Wall Stop

10” x 34” 32D Kick Plate

10” x 10” Kick Plate

Door Sweep x 36”

Door Sweep x 12”

Surface Bolts

Wall Mounted Access Control Card

Reader provided by TYCO

4-1/2” x 4-1/2” 32D NRP Hinges

CUSH 689 Closer

1 / 36” x 2 / 84” Weather Strip Set (when door faces Distribution Area)

Ea.

- Wall Mounted Magstrip/Key Pad Reader,

Door Position switch and Request to Exit

1 Ea.

ND8OBD SPA 626

(REX) Feature by FedEx Ground via

TYCO

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Automated Sortation Stations 1 Ea. ND80BD SPA 626

1 Ea. 6211 FSE US32D

1 Ea. 4041

1 Ea. FS444

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Ea.

Ea.

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323A

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DS69C

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Full Height Turnstile #20 1 Ea.

Description

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Lockset

Electric Strike

CUSH 689 Closer

US26D Floor Stop

10” x 40” 32D Kickplate

Door Sweep 42”

1/42” x 2/84” Weatherstrip Set

Wall Mounted Magstrip/Key Pad Reader,

Door Position switch and Request to Exit

(REX) Feature by FedEx Ground via ADT

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9.1

Metal Stud Framing Systems

A. Materials shall be the products of the U.S. Gypsum Company (Unimast), Dole/Incor,

Marino, or approved equal. The materials listed hereinafter, to establish type and quality, are the products of the U.S. Gypsum Company unless otherwise noted. All components shall be by the same manufacturer.

B. Metal Framing:

1. Screw type steel studs, 20-gauge minimum, “C” shaped with flat or formed webs with knurled faces, ASTM C645, in sizes as required by design.

2. Galvanized finish shall be applied to metal framing components complying with

ASTM A525 for minimum G60 coating.

C. Accessories: Contractor shall provide matching accessories including runners, clips, ties, and fasteners as recommended by metal framing manufacturer.

D. Stiffeners: Shall be 3/4” by 0.3 lb/ft, cold rolled channels.

A. Materials shall be similar and equal in quality to the products of the U.S. Gypsum

Company. All components shall be by the same manufacturer.

1. Sheetrock SW Firecode “C”, 48” wide, lengths as required, 5/8” thickness when used for exposed applications 1/2” thickness when used as a back-up.

2. Sheet Rock, “Mold Tough”, Mold/Mildew/Moisture Resistant, according to

ASTM C473 as a minimum. 5/8” thick, 48” wide, lengths as required when used in exposed applications, 1/2” thick sheet when used as a back-up in damp locations (e.g., Toilet Rooms, Janitor Rooms).

3. Joint treatment shall be USG Brand joint compound.

4. Fasteners to metal shall be USG Type S, Bugle Head Screws (1” length).

5. Fasteners to wood shall be USG GWB-54 Annular Ring nails provided in various sizes as recommended by the gypsum board manufacturer in printed specifications for the various applications involved.

6. Furring channels shall be USG 7/8” galvanized steel furring channels or 1” x 2” wood strips.

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7. Sheet rock ceilings in Toilet Rooms (see 9.2.A.2 above).

8. Finish Levels: All gypsum board installations will be finished according to the

Gypsum Association Document GA-214-07e, recommended levels of gypsum board finishes as indicated herein.

Level 0: Not applicable

Level 1: Plenum areas above ceilings, concealed areas, and those areas and spaces normally not receiving a painted finish.

Level 2: All walls and ceilings where water resistant/moisture resistant gypsum board is installed.

Level 3: Not applicable

Level 4: All wall and ceiling surfaces receiving a painted finish or wall covering.

Level 5: Not applicable

Refer to the FedEx Ground Room Finish Schedule.

A. Suspension System: The suspension system shall be exposed tee grid type similar and equal in quality to Donn DX Exposed Grid System as manufactured by the USG

Corporation. Main and cross tees shall be of double web design, constructed of cold rolled steel in accordance with ASTM 635. Exposed flange width shall be 15/16”.

Edge molding shall be channel or angle shaped with minimum flange width of

15/16”. Hanger wire shall be 10-gauge, galvanized, soft-annealed, mild steel wire.

1. Color: White

B. Installation of Suspension Systems: Install in accordance with ASTM C636 installation standards and the manufacturer’s current printed recommendations.

Space hanger wire on main tees a maximum of 48” O.C. Install additional hangers at ends of each suspension member and at light fixtures, and 6” from vertical surfaces.

1. Layout Suspension System to achieve a balanced grid design in each room/area with edge unit sizes no less than 50 percent of acoustical/lay-in panel unit size.

2. Locate Suspension System in each room/area on a common building axis such that all panels are oriented in the same direction about said axis.

C. Acoustical Ceiling Materials: Lay-in acoustical panels shall be 24” x 48” x 5/8” thick, and shall be similar and equal in quality to “Radar #2310 Panel”, fissured design as manufactured by USG Corporation. Panels shall have a factory-applied, washable, white vinyl latex paint finish.

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A. Tile Flooring: 12” x 12” x 1/8” thick standard grade vinyl composition tile (VCT) compliant with ASTM F 1066 with ADA Slip Resistance.

Approved Manufacturers:

1. Armstrong Commercial by Armstrong World Industries

2. Congoleum Commercial by Congoleum Corporation

3. Azrock by Tarkett

Vinyl Composition Tile Color Comparison Matrix

ARMSTRONG CONGOLEUM AZROCK REMARKS

#52505 #AL-18-12 #V-214

Harlequin White Emerald Lace Ashes

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ST-012-3 Control Room

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Green Only

#51933 #AL-19-12 V-248

Blue Cloud White Coastal RIPTIDE

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#51973 #CH-12-12 V-202

Polar White Stone White Salt and Pepper

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1. Colors: Refer to Color Set Schedule within this section.

2. Adhesives: As recommended by the flooring manufacturer (to comply with

Warranty Requirements).

B. Automated Station Control Room Flooring: 12” x 12” x 0.080” thick non-PVC material with smooth surface profile, “StoneWalk” brand, by the Mohawk Group, or

FedEx Ground approved equal.

1. Color: Mohawk STN-832 StoneWalk Earthen Grey.

2. Mohawk-Bigelow contact persons designated for FedEx Ground:

Kristen Komis, Sales & FedEx Ground Rep.

Cell: 412-956-5708 [email protected]

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Mill Ordering and Shipping:

Selina Register

Mohawk Group – MVP Services

160 S. Industrial Blvd.

Calhoun, GA 30701

800-622-6288 Ext. 44186

Fax: 706-422-6082 [email protected]

[Contractor’s Note: The Mohawk Group is stock piling a quantity of this carpeting specifically for FedEx Ground use. Orders will identify FedEx Ground as the end user.]

3. Adhesives: As recommended by flooring manufacturer (to comply with warranty requirements).

4. Cleaning and waxing of the flooring shall be in strict accordance with the flooring manufacturer’s instructions, using the flooring manufacturer’s recommended products and shall be performed according to the flooring manufacturer’s instruction for same following installation.

C. Layout: Center tile flooring both ways with respect to the principal walls. Start laying of tile for each room from such centers, keeping joints parallel to walls. Lay tile with the grain of the tile running in one direction. Where the Work does not lay out to whole units, lay out the Work so that the perimeter units are not smaller than half units (except corners).

D. Rubber Wall Base:

1. 4” high by 0.080” thick rubber with rounded top and cove base.

2. Include molded inside and outside corners as required for a complete installation.

3. Similar and equal in quality to color-integrated rubber wall base by Johnsonite a

Tarkett Company.

4. Edge Strips: 1” wide, beveled, matching the base in color, as required, for a complete installation.

5. Colors: Refer to Color Set Schedule within this section.

E. Raised Profile Rubber Floor Tile: Raised profile, round pattern, 0.155” minimum thickness, 24” X 24” size, conforming to ASTM F 1344. Johnsonite Roundel Rubber

Tile (RT). Prepare substrate and apply product according to tile manufacturer’s instructions and using manufacturers recommended adhesive as required for warranty.

1. Colors: Refer to Color Set Schedule within this section.

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F. Computer Room Flooring System:

1. Furnish and install an electrostatic dissipative flooring system, complete. System shall be homogeneous vinyl, 0.080 inches minimum thickness. Flooring shall comply with ASTM F-1303 Type II, Grade 1, Class B, Performance Standards for

Vinyl Floor Covering with Backing.

2. Approved manufacturer and products:

Johnsonite a Tarkett Company

Product: GRANIT SD

Color: #718 Cool Breeze

ARMSTRONG

SDT Static Dissipative Tile

Color: Number 51951 Armor Gray

3. Use and application of all components, backing, adhesive, and associated components as well as connection of the electrostatic dissipative flooring system to the building grounding system shall be in strict compliance with the manufacturers written instructions as required to maintain said manufacturer’s warranty.

4. Cleaning and waxing of the flooring shall be in strict accordance with the flooring manufacturer’s instructions, using the flooring manufacturer’s recommended products and shall be performed according to the flooring manufacturer’s instruction for same following installation.

G. Immediately after installation and prior to the acceptance of the project by FedEx

Ground, all resilient flooring shall be cleaned and will receive two coats of wax in strict accordance with the flooring manufacturer’s instructions using said manufacturer’s recommended products.

9.5 Carpeting

A. Carpet shall be commercial quality, stitched synthetic fibers in a woven jute or synthetic backing.

1. The Mohawk Group, Emotions Collection, 24” x 24” modular. a. Style Number/Name: MT080, Heat. b. Color: No. 8468 Soothing Purple. c. Mohawk-Bigelow contact person designated for FedEx Ground:

Kristen Komis, Sales & FedEx Ground Rep.

Cell: 412-956-5708 [email protected]

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Mill Ordering and Shipping:

Selina Register

Mohawk Group – MVP Services

160 S. Industrial Blvd.

Calhoun, GA 30701

800-622-6228 Ext. 44186

Fax: 706-422-6082 [email protected]

Contractor’s Note: The Mohawk Group is stockpiling a quantity of this carpet specifically for FedEx Ground in order to maintain availability.

All orders, without exception will identify FedEx Ground as the end user and will be “copied” (cc.:) to Ms. Kristen Komis, Mohawk Group, contact information provided above.

2. FedEx Ground approved equal.

3. Pattern Layout: Directional

B. Carpet products shall be cemented in place with a coating of adhesive cement applied in accordance with the carpet manufacturer’s specifications.

A. Glazed Wall Tile:

1. Field Tile above and below accent belt course: 4-1/4” x 4-1/4” face size by

5/16” thick, cushion edge, standard grade “Semi-Gloss” line by Daltile

Corporation. a. Color(s): Refer to color set schedules within this section.

2. Accent Belt Course: 4-1/4” x 4-1/4” face size by 5/16” thick, cushion edge, standard grade, “Semi-Gloss” line by Daltile Corporation. a. Colors: “Alternating” colors refer to color set schedules within this section and the FedEx Ground toilet room ceramic tile standard detail.

3. Trim Tile: Compatible with the type, color, thickness, face size and finish of the wall tile specified above. [Example: Bull-Nose.] Inside corners shall be square. Outside corners shall be bull-nose. a. Mosaic Floor Tile: 2” x 2” tile by 1/4” thick, unglazed porcelain, square edge, standard grade, Keystones Line by Daltile Corporation.

(1) Colors: Refer to Color Set Schedule within this section.

(2) Cove Base Profile: Matching 2” wide by 1” high profile by Daltile

Corporation.

(3) Other Trim: Compatible with type, color, thickness, face size and finish of floor tile specified. Provide all required shapes (for example bull-nose) as required for a complete installation.

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i) All inside corners shall be square. ii) All outside corners shall be bull-nosed. iii) Transition between mosaic floor tile and adjacent flooring material at doorways shall be constructed of 1” wide ceramic mosaic cap trim. iv) Approved Manufacturer

Ceramic tile products described within this section shall be limited to products manufactured by the Daltile Corporation.

Contact Person:

David F. Mosovsky, Architectural Rep.

Daltile Pittsburgh

Office: 724-337-7979

Cell: 724-396-9206 [email protected] daltile.com

Contractor’s Note: The Daltile Corporation is stockpiling a quantity of this ceramic tile specifically for FedEx Ground in order to maintain availability. All orders, without exception, will identify FedEx Ground as the end user and will be “copied” (cc.:) to David F. Mosovsky/Daltile Pittsburgh. Reference, Contact information provided above.

B. Mosaic Floor Tile: 2” x 2” tile by 1/4” thick, unglazed porcelain, square edge, standard grade, similar and equal in quality to Keystones by Daltile/ American Olean.

1. Colors: Refer to Color Set Schedule within this section.

2. Cove Base Profile: Matching 2” wide by 1” high profile, similar and equal in quality to C-833 by Daltile/ American Olean.

3. Other Trim: Compatible with type, color, thickness, face size and finish of floor tile specified. Provide all required shapes (for example bull-nose) as required for a complete installation. a. All inside corners shall be square. b. All outside corners shall be bull-nosed. c. Transition between mosaic floor tile and adjacent flooring material at doorways shall be constructed of 1” wide ceramic mosaic cap trim.

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C. Mortar

1. For Glazed Wall Tile: Epoxy per ANSI A-118.3 and TCA Handbook Method W-

202, similar and equal in quality to Kerapoxy 410(KER 410) by Mapei

Corporation.

2. For Ceramic Mosaic Floor Tile: Latex-modified Portland cement mortar per

ANSI A-118.4 and TCA Handbook Method F-113, similar and equal in quality to

Keralastic System (KER 101, KER 102, and KER 310) by Mapei Corporation.

D. Grout

1. Glazed Wall Tile: White, polymer – modified Portland cement sanded type per

ANSI A – 118.6, similar and equal in quality to Keracolor S ( KER 200 ) by

Mapei Corporation.

2. Ceramic Mosaic Floor Tile: Silver ( Gray ), Stain free epoxy per ANSI A – 118.3 and TCA Handbook Method W – 202, similar and equal in quality to Kerapoxy (

KER 400 ) by Mapei Corporation.

E. Equipment: Perform all cutting of tile with a power saw equipped with a silicon carbide blade.

F. Installation:

1. Tile: Install per the Tile Council of America (TCA) Handbook, and per applicable parts of ANSI A-108. a. Make certain that all surfaces to receive tile are clean, dry, level, plumb and free of all dirt, mortar, and the like. b. Fields shall be centered on applied areas so that no tile is less than half size. c. For heights stated in feet and inches, maintain full courses to nearest available height without cutting tile as shown on the drawings. d. Where mosaic floor tiles and adjacent flooring materials meet at doorways, locate transitions below the bottom edge of the door. e. Joints in wall tile shall be vertical and horizontal. Joints in floor tile shall be perpendicular and parallel to walls. f. Provide all cutting and fitting of tile required to permit installation of built-in accessories and other equipment and piping. g. Apply mortar and grout per the mortar and grout manufacturer’s printed instructions.

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9.7 Painting

A. To establish standards of quality, the materials specified are the products of The

Sherwin Williams Company. Approved equivalent products of other manufacturers may be provided. Closely follow manufacturer’s written instruction for each product used.

Painted Surfaces: Interior building surfaces and components finish requirements shall be a smooth surface.

Textured surfaces, of any kind, are not permitted.

B. Materials List (NOTE: all items might not be used in this project).

I

J

K

Paint Code Material

A Loxon 7% Siloxane Water Repellant (A10T7)

B Pro Industrial Zero VOC Acrylic Coating Gloss (B66-

600 series)

C Pro Industrial Zero VOC Acrylic Coating Semi-Gloss

(B66-650 series)

D

E

F

Pro Industrial Pro-Cryl Universal Metal Primer (B66-

310)

Loxon Block Surfacer (A24-W200)

ProGreen 200 Interior Latex Wall Primer (B28-W600)

G

H

Pro Industrial Pro-Cryl Universal Metal Primer (B66-

310)

Traffic Marking Paint

Refer to Division 2 – Sitework

Sher-Cryl High Performance Acrylic Gloss (B66-300 series)

ProBlock Latex Primer/Sealer (B51W20)

Floor Stripe Paint by Others.

(Part of the MH Equipment Package.)

M

Duration Home Interior Latex, semi-gloss (

A98-1200

Series

)

Waterborne Acrylic Dryfall EG-Shel (B42-W2) N*

O ProGreen 200 Interior Latex Semi-Gloss (B31W651

Series)

P Manufacturer’s standard recommended finish(es)

Q Pre-Catalyzed (one component) water-based epoxy

* Paint type for the painting of structural steel when required by FedEx Ground.

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C. Exterior Surfaces

1 Ferrous Metals (shop coat)

1 st

Coat 2 nd

Coat 3 rd

Coat

G

1

I I

D I I

3

4

Asphalt Paving Striping

Refer to Division 2 - Sitework

Pre-Engineered Building, Door Channels &

Frames

- - -

G

1

I I

G I I

6 Concrete Masonry Units

2

Common Smooth Face

A A

7 Exposed Reinforced Concrete Grade Beams - - -

8 Fiber Cement Board P P P

9 PEMB Canopy Structural Steel G

1

B,C B,C

1 Shop coat is by others.

2

Topical treatment of the CMU is in addition to the water repellent admixture integral to both the CMU and the mortar.

D. Interior Surfaces

3

9

10

11

12

5

6

7

8

13

1 st

Coat 2 nd

Coat 3 rd

Coat

D I I

Concrete Masonry Units, Painted, Latex

Enamel

E M M

F M,O M,O

Wood Moulding, Wainscot System * J M,O M,O

Plywood Liner Panels J

2

-

-

Ferrous Metals, PEMB Structural Steel

Exposed Piping, Tubes, and Conduit

G

5

- -

3

D

Concrete Floor Stripping

4

K

Gypsum Board at Toilet Rooms

Gypsum Board at Janitor Rooms

Distribution Area Liner Panel

Misc. Mounting Boards

2

1 Shop coat is by others.

Prime both sides.

3

4

In finished areas.

By others (part of the MH equipment package).

5 PEMB mfger’s. standard shop coat system.

F

F

J

J

Q Q

Q

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C

Q

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E. Color Schedule:

1. Interior Gypsum Board: Painted, Interior Latex Enamel: Semi-Gloss.

Janitor Rooms, Pro-Industrial, Pre-Catalyzed, Waterbased Epoxy. a. Colors: Refer to the Color Set Schedule within this section.

2. Interior exposed plywood: painted; interior latex enamel, semi-gloss a. Distribution Area Liner Panels

Color: “Alabaster”, SW-7008 b. Miscellaneous Mounting Boards for;

Time Clock,

Intermediate Distribution Frame (IDF),

Cordless Telephone Transmitters,

Color: “Alabaster”, SW-7008 c. Scanner R.F. Boards

Color: “Safety Orange, SW-4083

3. Paint wainscot: interior latex enamel, semi-gloss 48” above the finished floor on exterior side of office walls (Distribution Area side and garage side if any) and sprinkler room. (same for tilt-wall or masonry construction). a. Colors: Refer to Color Set Schedule within this section.

4. 8’ – 0” High CDX Plywood Liner Panel: painted, semi-gloss a. Colors: Refer to Color Set Schedule within this section.

5. Office wainscot system

, wood molding: painted; interior latex enamel, semigloss a. Colors: Refer to the Color Set Schedule within this section.

6. Guard Posts, Exterior Natural Gas Pipe and Interior Column Protection: a. Color: OSHA yellow

7. Exterior Piping and Handrails: Semi-gloss a. Color: “Iron Ore”; SW-7069

8. Independent Dock Bumpers: Semi-gloss a. Color: “Iron Ore”; SW-7069, except top surface shall be OSHA yellow.

9. Office Hollow Metal Personnel Doors, Frames, any trim pieces integral to the doors: Semi-gloss a. Color: “Iron Ore”; SW-7069

10. Pavement Striping: Color: Refer to Division 2 – Sitework

Wainscot System is comprised of the chair-rail and beaded board panels. 32” height shall be measured at the top of the Chair Rail EXCEPT where specified to align with the top of the counter.

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11. Fire Extinguisher Background: a. Color: OSHA Red.

Refer to Division 10 – Specialties. Section 10.4 Fire Extinguishers for specific distribution area background painting requirements.

12. Dock Sill Plates: Semi-gloss. a. Color: “Iron Ore”; SW-7069, except top surface shall be OSHA yellow.

13. Sectional Overhead Doors: a. Color: Door manufacturer’s standard white.

14. Sectional Overhead Door Frames and all sheet metal trim items: a. Color: “Shell Gray” to match building. (Reference: Butler Manufacturing

Company Standard Colors. Reference Sherwin-Williams SW-7019 Gauntlet

Gray )

15. Exterior Hollow Metal Personnel Doors and Frames: a. Color: “Iron Ore”; SW-7069

16. Exterior Building and Trim: a. Color: “Shell Gray” to match building. ( Reference Sherwin - Williams

SW-7019 Gauntlet Gray )

17. Exterior Canopy Structural Steel: a. Color: “Shell Gray” to match building. ( Reference Sherwin - Williams

SW-7019 Gauntlet Gray )

18. Security Building Exterior: a. Color: “Shell Gray” to match building. ( Reference Sherwin – Williams

SW-7019 Gauntlet Gray )

19. Window Frames and Integral Trim Pieces, Interior and Exterior: a. Color: Coordinate with Hollow Metal Door and Frame color, “Iron Ore”; SW-

7069 as closely as possible using window manufacturer’s standard color line.

20. Caulking and Sealants: a. Color: Standard colors matching finished surfaces.

21. Miscellaneous trim: Paint to match adjacent surface(s).

22. Concrete Light Pole Protection: Color: OSHA Yellow.

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9.8

F. Painting Structural Steel

All exposed exterior structural steel surfaces shall be painted as described in 9.7.C.

Exterior Surfaces and 9.7.E. Color Schedule. Exposed interior structural steel for newly erected Stations shall be coated with the PEMB manufacturer’s standard shop coat( s ), standard color, as approved by FedEx Ground. Touch up for standard shop coat shall be performed as required by FedEx Ground using a “dryfall” type paint to match the PEMB manufacturer’s standard. Touch up painting shall be the responsibility of the PEMB erector. Painting of exposed structural steel at existing

Stations shall be as required by FedEx Ground using Paint Type N as indicated in

9.7.B. Material List of this section.

Vinyl Wall Covering

Wall covering material shall be a Type II, medium weight, Class A vinyl coated low

VOC emitting wall covering.

Total Weight: 20 ounces per linear yard.

Install according to the manufacturer’s recommendations using recommended products.

Product shall be as indicated below, or equal, as approved by FedEx Ground.

Manufacturer: LSI Wall Coverings

Product Line: Surface Stipple Program

Pattern: Tundra II

Color Selections, Numbers and Names:

V-52023 Linen II (For green palette areas.)

V-52033 Gull II (For blue palette areas.)

V-52038 Slate II (For neutral palette areas.)

Designated Vendor/Manufacturer’s Representative assigned to FedEx Ground;

Surface Materials

6655 Parkland Blvd.

Solon, Ohio 44139

Contact Person:

Dwight Seabright – Technical Consultant

Telephone: 800-231-3223

Cell: 412-654-5227

Email: [email protected]com

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9.9

Color Set Schedule – New Manual & Automated Stations

New Manual & Automated Stations Color Set Schedules follow.

Color Set Key:

Room No. Room Name

1A Entry

1 General Office * adjacent General Offices

3, 3A, etc. P&D Manager

G=GREEN palette range B=BLUE palette range N=NEUTRAL palette range

Color Set

Base

Wainscot

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & frames

G-2 Floor

Base

Wainscot

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Casework/Counters

Base

Location

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

G-3.1 Floor

Base

Manufacturer Color No.

Johnsonite #86

Johnsonite #86

SW-6198

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #52505

Johnsonite #86

SW-6198

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

Wilson Art#4845-60

Armstrong #52505

Johnsonite #86

SW-6196

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #52505

Johnsonite #86

SW-6196

Color Name

Hunter Green

Hunter Green

Sensible Hue

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Sensible Hue

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Twilight Zephyr

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Frosty White

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Frosty White 20, 20A, 20B, etc.

21

22, 23

7

Security Specialist

Not Used

Dock Service Managers

19

8

26

Training & Meeting

Training & Meeting

Storage

11

14 Janitor

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

G-4 Floor

Base

USG Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #52505

Johnsonite #86

SW-6196

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Counter

G-5 Floor

Base

Walls

Chair Rail (Training &

Meeting Room only )

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

USG Radar

SW-7069

Wilson Art

SW-6196

SW-6196

#4845-60

Armstrong #52505

Johnsonite #86

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

USG Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #52505

Johnsonite #86

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #52505

Base

Ceramic Tile Wainscot @

Johnsonite #86

Daltile #0147

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

White

Iron Ore

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Twilight Zephyr

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Frosty White

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Pepper White

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

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Color Set Key:

Room No. Room Name

G=GREEN palette range B=BLUE palette range N=NEUTRAL palette range

Color Set Location Manufacturer Color No. Color Name

12,12A

13,13A

15, 16 Toilet Rooms

17, 18 Office Toilets – Men &

Women

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

FXG-1 Floor

Base

– Painted Section

Walls – Ceramic Tile:

PD8 P&D Toilets

Above the belt course

Below the belt course

PD9 Accent belt course,

RR1 RemoteToilet Alternating

RR2 Ceiling

Doors & Frames

G-9 Floor

Check-In Base

Wainscot

36 Scanner Walls

(Wainscot not required)

PD 1 P&D General Office* B-1

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Counter (Case Work)

Floor

Base

Floor

Wainscot

PD 2

*Includes all corridors

Sort Manager

PD 3 P&D Manager

PD 6 P&D Training & Meeting

24 SAFE

PD 4

PD 5

PD 7

P&D Coordinator

P&D Driver Check-In

P&D General

Storage

B-2

B-3

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Daltile D208

Daltile D208

SW-6196

Daltile #0147

Daltile #0147

Daltile N946

Daltile N947

SW-6196

SW-7069

Armstrong #52505

Johnsonite #86

SW-6198

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

Wilsonart #4845-60

Armstrong #51933

Johnsonite #30

Armstrong #51933

SW-6247

Counter (when applicable) Wilsonart #4651-60

Floor

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Floor

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

B-4 Wainscot

Walls

B-5

Counters

Floor

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

SW-6245

USG Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #51933

Johnsonite #30

SW-6245

USG Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #51933

Johnsonite #30

SW-6245

SW-6245

USG Radar

SW-7069

SW-6247

V-52033

Wilsonart #4651-60

Armstrong #51933

Johnsonite #30

SW-6245

USG Radar

SW-7069

Suede Gray

Suede Gray

Frosty White

Quicksilver

White

Iron Ore

Navy Legacy

Blue Cloud

Ink

Quicksilver

White

Iron Ore

Blue Cloud

Ink

Quicksilver

Quicksilver

White

Iron Ore

Krypton

Gull II

Navy Legacy

Pepper White

Pepper White

FedEx Purple

FedEx Green

Frosty White

Iron Ore

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Sensible Hue

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Twilight Zephyr

Blue Cloud

Ink

Blue Cloud

Krypton

Blue Cloud

Ink

Quicksilver

White

Iron Ore

Check-in/Check-out counters mounted on the dock side (exterior office wall) to receive Wilsonart #4845-60 Twilight Zephyr .

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Color Set Key:

Room No. Room Name

NOT USED

C 1 Computer Room

C 2 Control Room

D 1

LH 1

LH 2

Line Haul Service

Manager Check-In

Line Haul Driver

Check-In

G=GREEN palette range B=BLUE palette range N=NEUTRAL palette range

Color Set

B-6

Location Manufacturer Color No. Color Name

B-7 Floor

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Johnsonite Granit SD #718

Johnsonite #30

SW-6245

SW-6245

SW-7069

Cool Breeze

Ink

Quicksilver

Quicksilver

Iron Ore

B-8 Floor

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Walls (exposed above wainscot):

Wainscot (painted plywood)

Ceiling

Personnel doors & frames

(set into P.E.M.B. system)

General Office walls exposed to Distribution

Building interior:

Base

Mohawk STN-832 Stone Walk Earthen Grey

Johnsonite #30 Ink

SW-6245

USG Radar

Quicksilver

White

SW-7069

SW-7008

None

SW-7069

Johnsonite #86

Wainscot at Office Walls

(painted 48” h. plywood, or painted CMU)

GWB or CMU, above

SW-7069

SW-6196 wainscot

Personnel doors & frames SW-7069

Iron Ore

Clear Sealer

Alabaster

Iron Ore

Hunter Green

Iron Ore

Frosty White

Iron Ore area exposed to Distribution

Building interior:

Base Johnsonite #86

Wainscot CMU) SW-7069

Walls (above CMU) SW-6196

Hunter Green

Iron Ore

Frosty White

Roof

Personnel doors & frames

Standard GalvAlum

SW-7069

N-2 Floor

Armstrong #51973

Iron Ore

Polar White

Base

Wainscot

Walls

Counters

Ceiling

Doors, windows, frames

Johnsonite #40

SW-7058

V-52038

Wilsonart # 4622 - 60

USG radar

SW-7069

Black

Magnetic Gray

Slate II

Grey Nebula

White

Iron Ore

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Color Set Key:

Room No.

MS 1

Room Name

Maintenance Shop

MS 2 Maintenance Manager

MS 3 Storage/Electrical

Repair

G=GREEN palette range B=BLUE palette range N=NEUTRAL palette range

Color Set

N-3

Location

Floor

Walls (exposed above wainscot):

Manufacturer Color No. Color Name

Clear Sealer

Wainscot plywood) SW-7008

Personnel doors & frames SW-7069

Ceiling

Office area walls, exposed to repair area:

Base

None

Johnsonite #40

Wainscot CMU) SW-7069

CMU wall (above wainscot) SW-7056

Personnel doors & frames SW-7069

N-4 Floor

Armstrong #51973

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

N-5 Floor

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Johnsonite #40

SW-7056

USG Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #51973

Johnsonite #40

SW-7056

USG Radar

SW-7069

Alabaster

Iron Ore

Black

Iron Ore

Reserved White

Iron Ore

Polar White

Black

Reserved White

White

Iron Ore

Polar White

Black

Reserved White

White

Iron Ore

NOTE: Building component colors for existing Stations will be addressed on a case-by-case basis.

Abbreviations: SAFE – Survey-Adjust-Forecast-Execute (Driver Training)

9.10

Supplemental Color Set Schedules: For New Manual and

Automated Stations

A. Supplemental Color Set Schedule S-1, Freestanding Security Building

B. Supplemental Color Set Schedule S-2, District/Regional Offices

C. Supplemental Color Set Schedule S-3, Vehicle Maintenance Garage

D. Supplemental Color Set Schedule S-4, Not Used

E. Supplemental Color Set Schedule S-5, Home Delivery Office – Remote at Co –

Location

F. Supplemental Color Set Schedule S-6, Linehaul Offices

G. Supplemental Color Set Schedule S-7, Customer Pick-Up Coordination (CPC)

Offices

NOTE: These buildings will be added to a station layout on an “as needed” project specific basis.

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SUPPLEMENTAL COLOR SET SCHEDULE S-1, FREE STANDING SECURITY BUILDING

Color Set Key:

Room No. Room Name

SB 1 Security Building

(Free-Standing, if required)

G=GREEN palette range

Color Set Location

G-9 Floor

Base

Wainscot

Walls

Counter

Ceiling

Doors & frames

B=BLUE palette range

Manufacturer Color No.

Johnsonite #86

Johnsonite #86

SW-6198

V-52023

Wilsonart # 4845-60

SW-6196

SW-7069

N=NEUTRAL palette range

Color Name

Hunter Green

Hunter Green

Sensible Hue

Linen II

Twilight Zephyr

Frosty White

Iron Ore

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SUPPLEMENTAL COLOR SET SCHEDULE S-2, DISTRICT/REGIONAL OFFICES

Color Set Key: G=GREEN palette range B=BLUE palette range

Room No. Room Name Color Set Location Manufacturer Color No.

D 13

D 14

D 15

D 16

R 2

R 3

D 3

D 4

D 5

D 6

D 7

D 9

D 12

D 1

R1

District Office *

Regional Office w/DMDAA

D 2

D 8

* Includes all

Corridors

DMD

District

Conference *

Base

Wainscot

Walls

Ceiling

G-2

Doors & frames

Floor

Base

Wainscot

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

G-3.2 Floor

Base

Johnsonite #86

Johnsonite #86

SW-6198

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #52505

Johnsonite #86

SW-6198

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

Mohawk #8468

Milliken #108

Johnsonite #86

Walls

SW-6196

SW-6196

* Includes all Corridors

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

USG Radar

SW-7069

Counter (when applicable) \Wilsonart # 4845 -60

DOES

DSM

DHRM

G-3.1 Floor

Base

Walls

DPOS

DAQS

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

District Storage

DFMC

FMS

FSS

FTS

DMS

SMRS

MRM

Toilet FXG-1 Floor

Base

Armstrong #52505

Johnsonite #86

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

Daltile D208

Daltile D208

SW-6196 Toilets

Rooms

D11

– Painted Section

Walls – Ceramic Tile:

Above the belt course

Below the belt course

Accent belt course,

Alternating

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Daltile #0147

Daltile #0147

Daltile N946

Daltile N947

SW-6196

SW-7069

N=NEUTRAL palette range

Color Name

Hunter Green

Hunter Green

Sensible Hue

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Suede Gray

Suede Gray

Frosty White

Pepper White

Pepper White

FedEx Purple

FedEx Green

Frosty White

Iron Ore

Sensible Hue

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Soothing Purple

Emerald Coast

Hunter Green

Frosty White

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Twilight Zephyr

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

NOTE: Building component colors for existing Stations will be addressed on a case-by-case basis.

Abbreviations:

DMD

DOES

District Managing Director DFMC

DHRM

DPOS

District Human Resources Manager

District Pre-Load Operations Specialist

FSS

SMRS

DAQS District Administrative Quality Specialist MRM

DMDAA District Managing Director Administrative Assistant

District Facility Maintenance Coordinator

Field Safety Specialist

Senior Manager Regional Safety

Manager Regional Maintenance

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SUPPLEMENTAL COLOR SET SCHEDULE S-3, MAINTENANCE GARAGE

Color Set Key:

Room No.

VM 1

VM 7

VM 3

Room Name

Vehicle

Garage

VM 5

Office Entry

Maintenance

Shower Room

G=GREEN palette range

Color Set

N-3 Floor

Location

Walls (exposed above wainscot):

B=BLUE palette range

Concrete

N=NEUTRAL palette range

Manufacturer Color No. Color Name

Clear Sealer

plywood)

Personnel Doors &

Frames

Ceiling

Office are walls, exposed to repair area:

Base

SW-7008

SW-7069

None

Johnsonite #40

Alabaster

Iron Ore

CMU)

N-5

Base

CMU wall (above wainscot)

VM 2 Vehicle N-4

Personnel Doors &

Frames

Floor

Base

Office Walls

Ceiling

Doors & frames

Floor

Storage Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Maintenance

Garage

FXG-1 Floor

Base

VM 4 Toilet Room

– Painted Section

Walls – Ceramic Tile:

Above the belt course

Below the belt course

Accent belt course,

Alternating

VM 6 Compressor

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Floor

Room Base

Walls

N-7

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

SW-7069

SW-7056

SW-7069

Armstrong #51973

Johnsonite #40

SW-7056

USG Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #51973

Johnsonite #40

SW-7056

USG Radar

SW-7069

Daltile D208

Daltile D208

SW-6196

Daltile #0147

Daltile #0147

Daltile N946

Daltile N947

SW-6196

SW-7069

Concrete

None

Unfinished

Open

SW-7069

Black

Iron Ore

Reserved white

Iron Ore

White Gray

Black

Reserved White

White

Iron Ore

White Gray

Black

Reserved White

White

Iron Ore

Suede Gray

Suede Gray

Frosty White

Pepper White

Pepper White

FedEx Purple

FedEx Green

Frosty White

Iron Ore

Clear Seller

Iron Ore

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Future supplemental color set schedule S-4 Gateway Building.

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SUPPLEMENTAL COLOR SET SCHEDULE S-5, HOME DELIVERY OFFICE –

REMOTE, AT CO-LOCATION

Color Set Key: G=GREEN palette range B=BLUE palette range

Room No. Room Name Color Set Location Manufacturer Color No.

HD 1 General Office* G-1 Floor

Base

Wainscot

*Includes

Walls all

HD 2

Adjacent the General

Offices

Senior Manager

HD 10 Training & Meeting

Doors & Frames

G-2 Floor

Base

Rail

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

HD 3,

HD 3A,

HD 3B,

P&D Manager(s)

Etc.

HD 4 Service Manager

G-3 Floor

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

HD 4A Check-Out

HD 5 Driver Check-Out

B-1 Floor

Base

Wainscot

Walls

Counters*

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

G-4 Floor

HD 5A

HD 6 Dock Service

Managers

HD 7 General Storage

HD 14 Telecomm

HD 8

HD 9

HD 11

Toilet Rooms

Women, Men

HD 12

HD 13 Janitor

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Counter

G-5 Floor

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Door & Frames

FXG-1 Floor

Base

– Painted Section

Walls – Ceramic Tile:

Above the belt course

Below the belt course

Accent belt course,

Alternating

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Armstrong #52505

Johnsonite #86

SW-6198

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #52505

Johnsonite #86

SW-6196

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #52505

Johnsonite #86

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #51933

Johnsonite #30

SW-6247

V-52033

Wilsonart #4651-60

USG Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #52505

Johnsonite #86

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

Wilsonart # 4845 -60

Armstrong #52505

Johnsonite #86

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

Daltile D208

Daltile D208

SW-6196

Daltile #0147

Daltile #0147

Daltile N946

Daltile N947

G-7

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Floor

SW-6196

SW-7069

Armstrong #52505

Base

Ceramic Tile Wainscot @

Johnsonite #86

Daltile #0147

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

N=NEUTRAL palette range

Color Name

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Sensible Hue

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Frosty White

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Blue Cloud

Ink

Krypton

Gull II

Navy Legacy

White

Iron Ore

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Twilight Zephyr

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Suede Gray

Suede Gray

Frosty White

Pepper White

Pepper White

FedEx Purple

FedEx Green

Frosty White

Iron Ore

Harlequin White

Hunter Green

Pepper White

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

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SUPPLEMENTAL COLOR SET SCHEDULE S-6, LINE HAUL OFFICES

Color Set Key:

Room No.

LH 1

Room Name

Line Haul Service

Manager Check-In

LH 2

Line Haul Driver

Check-In

LH 3 Line Haul

LH 4

Work Room

Line Haul Storage

LH 5 Line Haul Corridor

Line Haul

LH 9 Vending

LH 6 Janitor

LH 7

LH 8

Toilet Rooms

Women, Men

G=GREEN palette range

Color Set

LH-N1 Floor

Location

Base

Wainscot

Walls

Counters

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

LH-N2 Floor

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

LH-N3 Floor

Base

Wainscot

Walls

Ceiling

LH-N4

Doors & Frames

Floor

Base

Ceramic Tile Wainscot @

Mop

Sink

Walls

Ceiling

Door & Frames

FXG-1 Floor

Base

– Painted Section

Walls – Ceramic Tile:

Above the belt course

Below the belt course

Accent belt course,

Alternating

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

B=BLUE palette range N=NEUTRAL palette range

Manufacturer Color No.

Armstrong #51973

Color Name

Polar White

Johnsonite #40

SW-7058

V-52038

Wilsonart #4622-60

USG – Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #51973

Johnsonite #40

SW-7056

USG – Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #51973

Johnsonite #40

SW-7058

SW-7056

USG – Radar

SW-7069

Armstrong #51973

Johnsonite #40

Daltile #0182

SW-6245

SW-6245

SW-7069

Daltile D208

Daltile D208

SW-6196

Daltile #0147

Daltile #0147

Daltile N946

Daltile N947

SW-6196

SW-7069

Black

Magnetic Gray

Slate II

Grey Nebula

White

Iron Ore

Polar White

Black

Reserved White

White

Iron Ore

Polar White

Black

Magnetic Gray

Reserved White

White

Iron Ore

Polar White

Black

Suede Gray

Quick Silver

Quick Silver

Iron Ore

Suede Gray

Suede Gray

Frosty White

Pepper White

Pepper White

FedEx Purple

FedEx Green

Frosty White

Iron Ore

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SUPPLEMENTAL COLOR SET SCHEDULE S-7, CUSTOMER PICK-UP COORDINATION

(CPC) OFFICES

Color Set Key: G=GREEN palette range B=BLUE palette range N=NEUTRAL palette range

Room No.

33

34

Room Name

CPC General *

Color Set

CPC-G1 Floor

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Location

Doors & Frames

Manufacturer Color No.

Mohawk #8468

Milliken #108

Johnsonite #86

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

* Includes all Corridors

CPC Workroom

Counter (when applicable)

CPC-G2 Floor

Wilsonart # 4845

Mohawk #8468

-60

35 CPC Manager

Base

Walls

Ceiling

Doors & Frames

Milliken #108

Johnsonite #86

SW-6196

SW-6196

USG Radar

SW-7069

Color Name

Soothing Purple

Emerald Coast

Hunter Green

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

Twilight Zephyr

Soothing Purple

Emerald Coast

Hunter Green

Frosty White

Frosty White

White

Iron Ore

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9.11

Unfinished Rooms, Spaces and Areas

A. When shown on the drawings, a space identified as UNFINISHED will include the minimal amount of construction and personnel access that is required by Code and the local Authorities having jurisdiction. It is the responsibility of the Lessor /

Lessor’s Agent to determine and apply the minimally acceptable level of finished construction.

1. If allowable by code, a space identified as UNFINISHED shall NOT receive the following:

Gypsum Wall Board, Paint, Wall Base, Wainscot, Chair Rail, Moldings, Trims,

Ceramic Tile, Vinyl Composite Tile, and Carpet.

2. The ceiling finish in a space identified as UNFINISHED shall be determined by the design of the mechanical system. If a plenum design is utilized, then an acoustic ceiling tile system shall be installed to match the other office spaces and maintain a balanced HVAC system. If a ducted system is utilized, then no ceiling finishes are required.

3. If applicable, all building systems within the UNFINISHED space, including

Mechanical, Electrical, and Fire Protection shall be designed / installed with the minimum allowable construction by code that still allows for balanced and working systems.

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DIVISION 10 – SPECIALTIES

10.1

Toilet Compartments and Urinal Screens

A. Toilet compartments shall be Series 40 floor supported, with anti-grip head rail flush type partitions as manufactured by General Partitions Mfg. Corporation, or approved equal. Compartments to be fitted with gravity-type hinges, combination coat hook and rubber tipped bumper and dual roll paper holder. All items to be brass, chromium plated. All hardware shall be attached with vandal-resistant one-way chrome plated screws.

B. Urinal screens shall be wall braced and floor anchored, 18” x 42” wall hung, flushtype panels with 58” high panel arrangement and 6” wide pilaster. All as manufactured by the General Partitions Mfg. Corporation, or approved equal.

C. Materials, finishes, colors

1. Manual Stations: Galvanized Bonderized Steel with Baked Enamel Finish;

Color: Fashion Grey # SA - 386

2. Automated Stations: Stainless steel, brushed finish.

10.2

Toilet Room Accessories

A. Shall be the products of Bobrick Washroom Equipment Company, or approved

equal, as follows:

1. Toilet Room Mirror: 18” x 36”, Model # B-290-1836.

2. Horizontal Grab Bars: 1-1/2” diameter, Model #B-6806 (18 inch).

3. Vertical Grab Bar: 1-1/2” diameter, Model # B-6106 X 18

4. Coat Hook with Bumper: Model #B-212.

5. Sanitary Napkin/Tampon Vendor: Model #B-2706.

6. Sanitary Napkin Disposal: Model #B-270.

B.

Shall be the products of Georgia-Pacific Consumer Products LP., no exceptions:

1. Liquid-type Soap Dispenser: W51919-04 LTX-12 chrome/black

2. Toilet Paper Dispenser: W556509 SOFPULL smoke center-pull twin dispenser

C.

It will be the Design Professional’s responsibility to modify mounting heights, types and/or sizes or accessories so dictated by local, state, or ADAAG requirements.

D. Miscellaneous Accessories shall be the products of Georgia-Pacific Consumer

Products LP., no exceptions.

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Provide one paper towel dispenser at each of the following locations when these locations appear on the FedEx Ground drawings: Kitchenette, Break Room,

Vending Room, Maintenance Shop, and Vehicle Maintenance Garage. Also provide one paper towel dispenser on the wall outside of Distribution Area Toilet

Room.

1. Paper Towel Dispenser: W559489 SOFPULL smoke mechanical dispenser

E. Hand Dryer: Warm air, rapid drying, energy-efficient electric hand dryer. Entire unit shall be internally grounded.

Controls: No touch, automatic, activated by infrared optical sensor.

Power Requirements: 110/120 Volt, 12.5 Amp, 60 Hz

Air Temperature: 135 Degrees F. measured at average hand position of 4-inches below air outlet, at an ambient room temperature of 72 Degrees F.

Air Heater Output: 900 Watts.

Model Name / Number: XLerator Hand Dryer Model XL-SB.

Finish: Manufacturers standard brushed stainless steel.

Approved Manufacturer:

Excel Dryer, Inc.

357 Chestnut Street

PO Box 365

East Longmeadow, MA 01028

Contact: Jack Doyle, Sales Manager

Newton Distributing Company

215-275-6434

Mounting:

Mounting height for Toilet Room hand dryers shall be 42-inches as measured from the dryer nozzle to the finished floor or, as may be required by the Local

Authority having Jurisdiction (AHJ).

The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent will confirm accessible mounting height requirements with the AHJ prior to the construction of the Toilet Room walls.

Recess Kit:

ADAAG compliant recess kit fabricated from 22 GA. 18-8 Type 304 stainless steel with #4 satin finish. Furnished with 16 GA. 18-8 Type 304 stainless steel hand dryer mounting plate. All welded construction.

Unit to match XLerator Model XL-SB Hand Dryer specified above.

Approved Manufacturer: Excel Dryer, Inc.

Installation: a. Dock Accessed Toilet Rooms: Two (2) units for each Toilet Room. b. Office, Single Use, Toilet Rooms: One (1) unit.

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10.3 Signage

A. Raised Letter Plastic Room / Area Signs

Refer to the FedEx Ground Room Finish Schedule, Drawing A-3 for room names. Abbreviated room names are not permitted

Raised Letter Plastic Signs shall be fabricated and installed according to the following references;

ANSI/ICC A117.1, Chapter 7, American National Standard for Accessible and

Useable Buildings and Facilities / International Code Council, 2003.

29 CFR Chapter XVII, OSHA, Paragraph 1910.37(b)(5).

Raised Letter Signs:

Base Material: 1/8 inch total thickness.

Color: Match door finish color.

Raised Character Size and Style:

Acrylic Plastic, character adhered to base material in compliance with ANSI/ICC

A117.1, including Braille.

Color: White

Height: 1-inch

Character Font: Helvetica

Character Case: Upper case only.

Location: Characters shall be 48-inches minimum and 60-inches maximum above the adjacent floor or ground surface measured from the character baseline.

For consistency, mount all signs with bottom edge of sign, 50-inches above the adjacent floor surface.

Position: Center of sign 9-inches from strike side of door, on adjacent wall surface, level.

For double doors, position center of sign to the right of the right-hand door hinges.

Where there is no wall space on the strike side of a single door, or to the right side of double doors, signs shall be on the nearest adjacent wall.

Toilet Room Door Signs: Include wheel-image

.

a. Women’s Toilet Rooms: Include Female Graphic Image. b. Men’s Toilet Rooms: Include Male Graphic image.

All other Rooms: 6-inch Room Name; include room name indicated on drawings.

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B. Furnish and install all traffic and other exterior signs including all sign posts as shown on the drawings unless noted otherwise. All traffic signs shall be High Intensity

Prismatic Grade ( HIP-Grade ).

All traffic signs and free standing sign posts shall conform to the US Department of

Transportation, Federal Highway Administration ( FHWA ), Manual on Uniform

Traffic Control Devices ( MUTCD ), latest edition, unless otherwise specified by state or local requirements. All signage not governed by Federal regulations / requirements shall conform to FedEx Ground standard graphics and colors.

Approved Manufacturers:

1. IBIS Signs

Contact: Elyse Flecker, Inside Sales

724-431-2085 [email protected]

2. Traffic & Parking Control Co., Inc. [TAPCO]

TAPCO Signs Contacts:

Primary:

Dave Meyer, Key Accounts Manager

866-814-7336 [email protected]

Secondary:

Andrew Bergholz, E.V.P. Sales

262-814-7338 [email protected]

C. Exterior Signage: The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent shall furnish and install the FedEx

Ground signature building mounted and ground level signs as shown on the drawings.

Ground level signature sign will be placed at the Station entrance road. Coordinate all signage with the Authorities having Jurisdiction prior to installation.

The signage manufacturer / supplier shall be, without exception:

Blair Companies

5107 Kissell Avenue

Altoona, PA 16601

Contact: Thomas Glunt 814-283-2040

The Lessor / Lessor’s agent will coordinate the final signage selection / design with all local applicable codes or requirements as well as all local authorities having jurisdiction.

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D. Exterior Signage, Building Mounted, Structural Requirements:

The signage vendor / erector shall furnish and install all structural reinforcing, supports, and associated hardware as required to support the building mounted signage.

Signage weight minimum guidelines below are expressed in pounds.

Reference Division 16 – Electrical, Section 16.10 Exterior Lighting for the Signage

Electrical Requirements.

Section - Electrical Requirements

Exterior Signs, building mounted, cabinet type, single face illuminated with

LED, no exceptions.

Van Line Count

0.5 to 3.5

4.0 to 7.5

8.0 to 11.5

12 to 14.0

Sign No. & Size

E120G. E120 HD 21” x 49”

E121G. E121HD 36” x 85”

E122G, E122HD 42” x 98”

E123G. E123HD 60” x 140”

Weight (In Pounds)

200

225

300

400

Channel letters type (alternate), single face [FedEx illuminated, Ground not illuminated.]

E500G

E501G

E502G

E503G

E500HD

E501HD

E502HD

E503HD

35” x 83”

53” x 124”

70” x 166”

79” x 187”

37” x 81”

56” x 122”

75” x 162”

84” x 183”

100 lbs.

125 lbs.

200 lbs.

250 lbs.

125 lbs.

150 lbs.

225 lbs.

250 lbs.

E.

Pressure Sensitive Signage

1. Pressure sensitive signage (a.k.a. Peel-And-Stick Signs) shall be limited to the following: a. “Emergency Exit Only” signs at personnel doors which are a component of the Detex E-Z Kit.

Ref.: Division 8 – Doors & Windows, Section 8.3 Personnel Door Alarms. b. Fire Extinguisher location identification signs as applied to building columns in the distribution area.

2. Pressure sensitive signs shall be limited to a “Dry” application method, applied to smooth, dry and clean substrates.

3. Cleaning of the substrate to which the sign will be applied and application shall be in strict accord with the “film” manufacturers printed/published general procedures for application, including substrate surface temperature requirements.

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4. Approved sign “film” material:

3M Commercial Graphics, “Controltac” brand, graphic film series 180C, or approved equal.

5. Graphic Film Shelf Life: 2 years, max. Product shall not be applied when

“shelf life” of material has reached or exceeds this requirement.

A. Furnish and install all fire extinguishers, recessed cabinets, brackets, mounting hardware, and location labeling to meet all applicable building codes, including

NFPA 10 and OSHA.

Area of Coverage: One (1) extinguisher per 3,000 square feet of floor space.

Travel Distance: 50 linear feet, maximum travel distance from any point in the building to a fire extinguisher.

B. Fire Extinguisher types and sizes:

1. Distribution Area: Dry chemical, rated at 2A:20B:C or larger, or as required by the local AHJ.

2. Offices: Dry chemical, rated at 2A:10B:C or larger, or as required by the local

AHJ.

C. Offices: Semi-recessed cabinets with rounded edges, provide recessed cabinets where required by code, with stored pressure dry chemical type rated at 2A:10B:C or larger.

D. Distribution Area:

Surface mounted stored pressure dry chemical type rated at 2A:20B:C or larger.

When installation is on an exposed steel building column, the “red” painted background shall be applied to the complete exterior surface of the column. The limits for this painted area shall begin at the top of the column protection and shall reach a height of 25 feet above the finished floor.

10.5

Rubber Dock Bumpers

A. Laminated rubber dock bumpers shall be vertical type as manufactured by Durable

Mat Company, Norwalk, Ohio (1-800-537-1603); no substitutes permitted. Bumpers shall be constructed of rubber laminates compressed between galvanized carbon steel angles via continuous galvanized thru-bolts, galvanized washers and nuts. Fasteners shall be galvanized concrete anchors, Hilti or equal. Rubber dock bumpers shall be furnished and installed by the General Contractor. Laminated rubber bumpers shall be mounted and sized as shown on the Drawings.

B. Materials and installation must be coordinated with Fairborn USA, Inc.,

1-800-262-1188

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A. Dock leveler shall be “NL7820 Neverlift EOD”, as manufactured by DLM

Corporation, Malvern, Arkansas (1-800-643-5423). No substitutes permitted.

B. Contractor to furnish and install dock leveler(s) as noted on the Drawings.

C. Materials and installation must be coordinated with Fairborn USA, Inc.,

1-800-262-1188

A. Door seals shall be “Dynalon Black”, as manufactured by Fairborn USA, Inc. (1-800-

262-1188). No substitution permitted.

B. Door seals at load doors shall be “Series 1000 Foam Dock Seals” with fixed head pad.

C. Door seals at unload and dual-use doors shall be “Series 1000 Foam Dock Seals” with pivoting hardware.

D. Materials and installation must be coordinated with Fairborn USA, Inc.,

1-800-262-1188

10.8

Wire Mesh Partitions

General: This section contains specifications and provisions for cages and enclosures that are utilized within the FedEx Ground Building and as described herein.

These arrangements include;

Chain Link Fabric Cages

Security Wire Mesh Cage(s)

A. Chain Link Fabric Cages: The following chain link fabric cages will be furnished and installed when/where shown on the FedEx Ground Drawings.

Refer to FedEx Ground Standard Details for electrical requirements.

1. Waiting Package Cage: Furnish and install 8’-0” high chain link fabric with two

(2) 36” (6’-0” total) wide lockable double gates in Distribution Area as noted on the FedEx Ground Drawings.

2. Records Storage Cage: Furnish and install 8’-0” high chain link fabric with one

(1) 48” wide, lockable gate in Distribution Area as noted on the fabric FedEx

Ground Drawings.

3. Spare Parts Cage: Furnish and install 8’-0” high chain link fabric with two (2)

48” (8’-0” total) wide, lockable, double gates in Distribution Area as noted on the

FedEx Ground Drawings.

4. High Security Cage: NOT USED

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5. Reference Standards: The following reference standards are provided to establish a level of quality for chain link fences and all necessary components thereof. a. ASTM A 53/A 53 – Standard Specification for Pipe, Steel, Black and Hot-

Dipped, Zinc-Coated, Welded and Seamless; latest edition. b. ASTM A 121 – Standard Specification for Metallic-Coated Carbon Steel

Barbed Wire; 2007: Class 2 c. ASTM A 123/A 123M – Standard Specification for Zinc (Hot-Dip

Galvanized) Coatings on Iron and Steel Products; latest edition. d. ASTM A 153/A 153M – Standard Specification for Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel Hardware; latest edition. e. ASTM A 392 Zinc Coated Steel Chain Link Fence fabric. f. ASTM A 428/A 428M – Standard Test Method for Weight (Mass) of Coating on Aluminum-Coated Iron or Steel Articles; latest edition. g. ASTM F 567 – Standard Practice for Installation of Chain-Link Fence; latest edition. h. ASTM A 780 Repair of Damage and Uncoated Areas of Hot Dip Galvanized

Coatings. i. ASTM F 1083 – Standard Specification for Pipe, Steel, Hot-Diped Zinc-

Coated (Galvanized) Welded, for Fence Structures; 2008: Schedule 40. j. CLFMI CLF 2445 – Product Manual; Chain Link Fence Manufacturers

Institute; latest edition.

6. Materials: All materials, fittings, components hardware and accessories shall be hot dip galvanized in accordance with the related reference standards described in

Paragraph 1. of this Section. Materials shall be new and products of recognized, reputable manufacturers having a minimum of 5 years experience. The use of used, salvaged, re-rolled or refinished materials is not permitted. a. Steel Chain Link Fabric: Height, 8’-0” unless otherwise noted.

Refer to FedEx Ground Standard Details.

Woven from 9 gauge wire in 2-inch diamond mesh pattern, interwoven. The fabric may be fabricated into a single piece to the height specified herein.

Top selvage knuckle end closed, bottom selvage twisted tight. b. Posts, Rails and Frames: Schedule 40 pipe, welded construction, minimum yield strength 30 KSI.

Line Post

Corner Post

Terminal Post

Top Rail

Brace Tail

2.375” O.D.

2.875” O.D.

4.00” O.D.

1.66” O.D.

1.66” O.D.

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M a n u a l & A u t o m a t e d B u i l d - t o - S u i t S t a t i o n s c. Wires:

Bottom Tension Wire 07 Gauge

Tie Wire 09 Gauge

Hog Rings 12 Gauge d. Accessories: Provide all required accessories necessary for a complete installation. e. Finishes: Hot Dip Galvanized, see Reference Standards. f. Tolerances: Maximum variation from plumb: 1/4 – inch.

Maximum offset from true position: 1 – inch. g. Repairs: Zinc-rich paint shall be used for repairing surface damages caused by shipping, handling or field installation. Touch up welded areas with Zincrich paint conforming to ASTM A 780.

B. Security Mesh Cages: The Security Mesh Cage/Partitions shall be factory fabricated modular assemblies for wall panels, roof panels, and doors with anchors and accessories as required to provide and complete system as indicated.

1. Furnish and install a 10’-0” wide by 12’-0” long, by 10’-0” high prefabricated wire mesh cage.

Part No.: FEDEX – 1012 R

Approved Manufacturer:

Jesco Industries

Litchfield, Michigan

1-800-529-6689

No substitutes permitted.

Furnish and install 8’– 0” high paired folding gates, support posts, and associated hardware required for a complete installation at two ( 2 ) overhead door locations as noted on the Drawings. Gate installation shall be on the interior of the building and shall not impede the operation of the overhead doors. Gates shall be as manufactured by Illinois Engineered Products, Chicago, Illinois. Verify final gate locations with

FedEx Ground.

Contact person as assigned to FedEx Ground account:

Beatriz Gonzalez, Sales Manager

877-437-4623 [email protected]

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10.10 Mailboxes

Contractor to furnish and install Mailboxes, as manufactured by Security

Manufacturing Corporation, Grapevine, Texas (1-800-762-6937). Finish shall be

Manufacturer’s Standard Gold Finish.

1. FedEx Ground Mailboxes: Model #2030 with 30 slots per unit.

2. FedEx Home Delivery Mailboxes: Model #2030 with 30 slots per unit.

3. FedEx Ground Line Haul Office Mailboxes: Model #2030 with 30 slots per unit.

(Refer to the Drawings).

United States Postal Service Mailbox: The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent shall furnish and install an address mailbox. Said mailbox shall be manufactured, erected, mounted or otherwise installed in full compliance with all applicable federal regulations and requirements. The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent will contact and coordinate the installation with local postal authorities in order to address any local requirements.

10.11

Folding Partition

Folding partitions will be furnished and installed within designated offices, rooms and/or areas when shown on the FedEx Ground drawings.

The approved manufacturer and model shall be as described below or an approved equal.

Manufacturer: Modernfold

Series: Soundmaster

Model Number: 8M

Operation: Manual

Mounting Type: Ceiling suspension, manufacturing standard.

Height: 8’-0” to suit room ceiling height or as otherwise required by design.

STC Rating: 39 Minimum

Frame: Steel, manufacturers standard components, accessories and finish.

Frame Color: manufacturers standard

Face Material: ModernFold standard Koroseal vinyl, both sides

Face Material Finish and Color:

Green palette application

Spellbound Series, Mystic No. 439 (H.)

Blue palette application:

Spellbound Series, Spring Equinox No. 440 (H.)

Gray/Neutral palette application:

Spellbound Series, Willow No. 311 (H.)

Furnish and install a fire shutter arrangement, complete, at designated locations when required by Code. Arrangement shall be face to wall mounted, 20 Ga. (minimum)

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Approved Unit: Series 630 by Overhead Door Corporation.

Height and width sized according to application.

10.13

Guard Rails, Interior

A. Furnish and install a lift out rail and post guardrail arrangements at locations as shown on the drawings. Post locations shall be set at equal spacing, so as to permit the use of uniform rails lengths.

B. Rails: Double rail arrangement, lift out type, 1/8” thick (11 Ga.) steel, manufacturer’s standard primer and finish coat.

Color: Safety Yellow

C. Posts: 4” square tube steel, with ¼” wall thickness welded to a 10” square, 5/8” thick base plate with rounded corners and manufacturer’s standard base plate bolt holes.

Posts shall be double high corner and center units, furnished with manufacturer’s standard powder coat finish.

Color: Safety Yellow

All posts will be securely capped with the manufacturer’s standard cap unit, and shall be secured with tamper resistant fasteners.

D. Interior guardrails shall be furnished with all posts, rails, and all hardware including anchors necessary for a complete installation.

E. Approved Manufacturer / Vendors:

1. W. W. Grainger, Inc.

2. Cogan Wire and Metal Products, Ltd.

3. FedEx Ground approved equal.

10.14

Traffic Mirrors (Not Used)

10.15

Lockers (TBD)

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DIVISION 11 – EQUIPMENT

11.1

Television and DVD / VCR Support Brackets

Furnish and install a “Flat Panel Screen” television and DVD/VCR Support Bracket arrangement complete with all components and hardware for a complete installation, at location(s) indicated on the drawings.

Support Bracket shall be suited to accommodate a “Flat Panel Screen” television with a horizontal width ranging from a minimum of 22-inches to a maximum of 40-inches, with a maximum combined weight of 80 pounds.

Wall studs shall be sufficiently reinforced with blocking to support the arrangements as required by design.

Approved Manufacturer:

Peerless Industries, Inc.

3215 W. North Avenue

Melrose Park, IL 60160

Customer Care: 1-800-473-3753

Or equal and similar in quality and performance to above manufacturer.

Components:

Articulating Arm: Peerless Model # SA740P

External Mounting Plate:

16” Stud Spacing – Peerless Model # WSP425

24” Stud Spacing – Peerless Model # WSP445

DVD/VCR Mount Connector: Peerless Model # ACC932

DVD/VCR Adjustable Bracket: Peerless Model # DS40

Color: Manufacturer’s Standard, Black.

The Components listed herein are capable of supporting a variety of flat panel televisions (manufacturers and models), the list of which is not unlimited. FedEx

Ground will coordinate the purchase of acceptable television and DVD/VCR equipment with the Station Senior Manager, prior to the purchase of said equipment.

Use of a “Flat Panel Screen” television that approaches, or reaches, the maximum size limitation might require additional adapter plate hardware. Consult the bracket arrangement manufacturer’s standard product literature information.

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11.2

Oil / Water Separator

A. General Requirements

1. The installation of an Oil/Water Separator (OWS) is a FedEx Ground requirement. The OWS will comply with the minimum requirements as described herein and shall comply with the requirements established by the Local Authority having Jurisdiction (AHJ), whichever is more stringent.

2. OWS characteristics: Ready to install precast concrete unit, factory manufactured, underground water-tight installation with surface access at or above the finished yard elevations installed to prevent storm water runoff from entering through the access ways. Installation shall be exterior of the building perimeter walls as indicated on the FedEx Ground drawings.

3. The OWS shall be designed for gravity separation of sand, grit, settleable solids, or semisolids and free oils (hydrocarbons and other petroleum products) from wastewater associated with diesel/gasoline truck use, maintenance, and truck wash operations. The source of the influent to the separator shall be gravity flow from storm water runoff, hydrocarbon spills, trench drains interior the building, cleaning/washing/maintenance operations. a. Provide an OWS designed for intermittent and variable flows of water, oil, or any combination of non-emulsified oil-water mixtures. b. The OWS shall be designed to meet the effluent quality as required by the local permitting authority. Coalescer filters shall be included in the design and manufacturing of the separator only if they are required to meet the quality levels dictated by the permitting authority. c. Design the precast concrete OWS to withstand design load conditions in accordance with the applicable industry design standards and designed to withstand AASHTO H-20 loading. Manufacturer shall furnish certification of conformance with H-20 loading.

4. The effluent from interior vehicle washing operations shall be determined by the following criteria; all vans at the Station shall be washed inside the building, as a minimum, two (2) times each week, with an estimated water consumption of twenty five (25) gallons of water per washing.

5. Maintenance Garages: An underground accessible Oil/Water Separator, as required by design, shall be installed at Vehicle Maintenance Garage locations when said garages are shown on the FedEx Ground Drawings. The location of, and access to, the Oil/Water Separator shall be on the exterior of the building.

6. The Oil/Water Separator(s) shall be connected to the public sanitary sewer system. The OWS and its installation shall be approved by the Local Sanitary

Sewer Authority having jurisdiction.

When a public sanitary sewer system is not available, the OWS arrangement shall be connected to the building trench drain piping and will discharge to a holding tank.

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The holding tank shall be designed to suit the site specific conditions.

Discharge into a septic system is prohibited. Alternate means/methods of discharge must be reviewed/approved by FedEx Ground Environmental Services.

B. Design Requirements

1. The Oil/Water Separator minimum design requirements shall include the following: a. Sediment chamber to disperse flow and collect oily solids and sediments. b. Sludge baffle to retain settleable solids and sediment, and prevent them from entering the separation chamber. c. When the design requires the use of coalescer filters, the Oil/Water Separator chamber shall contain removable inclined parallel flat/corrugated plate coalescers. The coalescer shall have individual removable plates, sloped inwards towards the sediment chamber. Each coalescing plate shall be flat on top and corrugated on the bottom. The flat top plate shall resist clogging and clotting with solids. The corrugations of each of the plate bottoms shall be shaped and positioned to enhance collisions between the rising oil droplets and coalesce between them.= The coalescer plates must have easy access for removal and cleaning from the ground level. d. An internal effluent downcomer at the outlet end of the separator, to allow for discharge from the bottom of the separation chamber only. e. Fittings for vent, waste oil pump-out and sampling. f. Minimum 24” diameter manholes required for access. When coalescer filters are included, a larger access opening will be required to allow the removal of the plates.

2. Approved Precast Manufacturers

A. Oldcastle Precast

1-888-965-3227

Email: [email protected]

B. Approved equal, providing products similar to, and equal in quality to the Oldcastle Products and conforming to the specifications described herein.

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Walk-through metal detectors shall be furnished and installed by FedEx Ground-PPS at Security Building and Security Station locations as shown on the drawings.

Approved Vendor:

CEIA USA, Ltd.

177 Dutton Drive

Twinsburg, Ohio 44087

Contact: James Wardle ( 330–405–3190 ), email: [email protected] www.ceia-usa.com

[ Substitutes / alternates are not permitted ].

A. Inbound Side Unit: HI – PE Multi Zone High Performance Metal Detector.

B. Outbound Side Unit: SMD 600 Multi Zone Metal Detector.

The SMD 600 unit is the unit of choice for single detector installations.

11.4

Eye, Face Wash and Shower Station

When indicated on the drawings, furnish and install a combination shower and eye wash station. Unit shall be a Model No. 8300 combination unit by HAWS

Corporation or FedEx Ground approved equal.

Unit shall be plumbed to a ½” diameter (minimum) water supply line.

Furnish and install with all accessories, components, and fittings necessary for a complete installation.

A floor drain is not required.

A. Vehicle Maintenance Garage

B. Station Maintenance Area

C. Special Handling Cage

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11.5

Vehicle Fueling

A vehicle fueling installation shall be furnished and installed by the Lessor/Lessor’s

Agent only when said fueling arrangement is shown on the FedEx Ground Site Plan and only for specific FedEx Ground designated Automated Sortation Stations.

The fueling installation will not be furnished and installed if it is not shown on the

FedEx Ground Site Plan or if it is shown as “future.”

The installation shall be, without exception, an FedEx Ground approved arrangement as provided by Diamond Z Engineering, Inc. of Cleveland, Ohio.

The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent will contract directly with Diamond Z Engineering, Inc. for the complete installation, including Construction Phase Services.

FedEx Ground Approved Vendor / Supplier:

Diamond Z Engineering, Inc.

Twinsburg, Ohio 44087 www.diamondzengineering.com

Contact Person:

Bob Teepen

Cell: 330-819-9990 [email protected]

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11.6

Ice Machine Station

Ice Machine Stations shall be furnished and installed by the Lessor / Lessor’s Agent.

Each Ice Machine Station shall be comprised of the following components:

(1) Model No. ID-0452A-X enclosed stainless steel, air cooled, 115 VAC whole dice ice machine with a production rate of 400 pounds (+/-) of ice per 24-hour period.

Unit will include the LuminIce Sanitation Unit, Model Number K00424.

(1) Model No. SFA-291 enclosed floor mounted, stainless steel, 115 VAC ice dispenser with water valve, with 180 pound sealed storage capacity and selfcontained sealed bin.

(1) Model No. IuCS-SI Automatic Cleaning System. External mounting with internal power source from the head section.

(1) Series 2000 Everpure Insurice Water Filter System for the S-452 Series Ice

Machines.

Each Ice Machine Station shall be furnished complete with all necessary parts and components required for full operational use.

Standard piping/plumbing items will include, but might not be unlimited to, 3” waste piping, 2” vent piping and ½” cold water supply connection, valved and capped.

Connection height as per machine manufacturer’s standard.

Approved Manufacturer: All items and/or components by Manitowoc Food Service

Group. No exceptions.

Contact:

Kreiser Distributing Co., Inc.

Mr. Francis Yezovich

1-800-423-4897

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11.7

Truck Scales

A truck scale arrangement will be furnished and installed when shown on the

FedEx Ground drawing at the location so indicated.

The truck scale arrangement shall be furnished and installed complete and shall be operational, and shall be a commercial duty, prefabricated unit, with modular concrete deck, motor truck axle scale, complete with unattended weighing terminals.

Approved Manufacturer:

Mettler Toledo

Model Number: 7560MD1010D3 with IND9U unattended vehicle terminal

Contact Person:

Anthony S. Antinone

Mettler-Toledo Inc.

304-723-4254 [email protected] www.mt.com

11.8

Trailer Snow Scraper

A trailer snow scraper arrangement will be furnished and installed, when shown on the FedEx Ground drawings, at the location as indicated.

The trailer snow scraper arrangement shall be a portable design capable of relocation and shall be a mechanical, continuously adjustable height system capable of reaching trailer heights of 9’-0” to 16’-0” above the finished pavement.

Construction/Fabrication: Heavy duty steel as designed by the manufacturer.

Discharge: Right Hand/Left Hand optional.

Electrical Operations & Controls: As required to operation of manufacturer’s standard design.

Electrical Controls to be mounted on the truck driver’s side of the unit. Unit shall be pre-wired by manufacturer.

Lessor/Lessor’s Agent will furnish and install all electrical conduit and wiring necessary for full operations.

All electrical components, without exception, shall be “waterproof” rated.

Finish: Manufacturer’s standard shop finish of industrial-machinery grade enamel(s).

Color: Safety Yellow

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Approved Manufacturers and Models:

Scraper Systems, Model 440 Portable trailer top snow plow:

As offered by:

Quintin Machinery, LLC

313 West Liberty Street

Suite 105

Lancaster, PA 17603

Sales/Service Contact:

Howard Livingston

888-340-4344 [email protected] quintinmachinery.com www.ScraperSystems.com

888-340-4344

Power Blade System, Model Number [not available from mfr]

As offered by:

Bloxsidge & Barnes Manufacturing, Ltd.

433749 Zenda Line

R.R. #1

Burgessville, ON N0J 1C0

Sales Contact:

David Bloxsidge, Owner/Operator

519-788-6067

[email protected]

United States Sales & Service

Contact:

R. Peter Kimener, President

McCormick Equipment Company, Inc.

112 Northeast Drive

Loveland, OH 45140

Office: 513-677-8888

Cell: 513-623-8929 [email protected] www.mccequip.com

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DIVISION 12 – FURNISHINGS

Venetian type horizontal blinds shall be Décor 1-inch mini-blinds by Hunter Douglas

Window Fashions, or approved equal.

 Head and Bottom Rails: Electro-galvanized steel with a bonderized metal finish, inside and outside and baked on finish.

 Slats: 1-inch deep, painted.

 Suspension: Braided polyester yarn with a diameter between 0.045 and 0.066 – inches.

 Cords: Nylon

 Color: Hunter Douglas Flex White #885

 Blinds shall be installed on all exterior office windows, including those office windows that face the Distribution Area.

The application of Horizontal Blinds at Interior Horizontal Sliding Windows is not a requirement unless specifically identified as such by FedEx Ground.

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DIVISION 13 – SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION

13.1

Pre-Engineered Metal Building

A. The pre-engineered building shall be designed to the dimensions as shown on the

Drawings. Bay spacing shall be as shown on the Drawings. Verify that bay sizes shown on the Drawings will accommodate the proposed structural frame and that foundations and reinforcing are of proper configuration, size, and capacity to support any future building addition at end bay. Install rigid frame at expandable end bay.

The metal building analysis and design shall be performed and sealed by a

Professional Engineer licensed in the state in which the project is located.

B. Prior to construction, submit for FedEx Ground’s review basic metal building Shop

Drawings that show building configuration and dimensions, including haunch height.

C. Construction using wire rope shall not be permitted.

D. Roof System Design: The roof system shall be designed to accommodate all live loads and dead loads as required by design.

Said roof system design shall include an additional collateral dead load of 7-pounds per square foot of area to accommodate lighting, HVAC, Fire Protection and ancillary equipment.

All roofs shall be insulated as specified herein. Building shall be complete with gutters, downspouts, and all other necessary and/or specified accessories.

Reference Division 7 – Thermal and Moisture Protection for more information.

Building shall be a rigid frame type with a roof pitch of 1/2” per foot. See Drawings for minimum acceptable clear heights and exact clearance requirements.

The roof construction shall carry the Underwriters’ Laboratories Uplift rating of not less than Class 90.

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A. The exposed metal roof covering shall be either 24-gauge (minimum) aluminum coated steel panels or 24-gauge (minimum) aluminum-zinc coated steel panels of such configuration to provide the specified load-carrying capabilities and deflection requirements for this Specification. All joints and end laps shall be sealed with nonhardening sealant.

B. Roof panels shall be the building manufacturer’s standard design. Deflection of the roof panel shall not exceed L/180 of its span when supporting the applicable vertical live loads previously described.

C. Gutters and Down Spouts:

Refer to Division 7 – Section 7.8 for design and placement requirements.

Wall panels shall be 26-gauge, zinc-coated steel or aluminum with a color finish, fastened with the building manufacturer’s standard coordinating color-coated fasteners. All wall openings larger than 18”, including doors, shall be completely framed with structural members trimmed as required to be weathertight.

Refer to Division 7 – Thermal and Moisture Protection for insulation requirements.

The metal building system shall, as a minimum, be fabricated in accordance with

Metal Building Manufacturer’s Association (MBMA) Low Rise Building Systems

Manual, latest edition, and the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC)

Specification for Structural Steel Buildings, latest revision.

13.8 Qualifications

The metal building manufacturer shall have a minimum of ten (10) years experience in the manufacturing of steel building systems and shall be accredited under

International Accreditation Services, Inc., IAS AC472.

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DIVISION 14 – CONVEYING SYSTEMS

14.1 General

A. To be supplied and installed by FedEx Ground.

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DIVISION 15 – MECHANICAL

A. When fire sprinklers are required by code, provide a "

wet-type

" sprinkler system as preferred by FedEx Ground in accordance with NFPA-13 and local codes, except as otherwise noted. The fire sprinkler system shall be designed to accommodate the full phase building design as indicated on the FedEx Ground drawings.

1. Provide a blind flange at all sprinkler risers for future FedEx Ground use. The blind flange shall be located as required by the design and shall allow for direct access from floor level.

2. When a fire sprinkler system is required and the Distribution Area and/or Garage is unheated, provide a heated sprinkler room as shown on the drawings to adequately enclose the system (size the room as required).

3. When the fire sprinkler system piping is exposed to freezing conditions, a

“dry-type” fire sprinkler system shall be provided as an alternate bid for

FedEx Ground consideration and approval. a. Refer to FedEx Ground drawings.

4. The design of the sprinkler system does not require review by FedEx Ground’s property insurance provider.

5. Fire protection piping will be black steel, Schedule 10 and Schedule 40 as permitted by NFPA, with flanged, threaded, and/or grooved mechanical connections.

In areas where black steel pipe is subject to microbiologically induced corrosion, all fire protection pipe shall be of a manufacturer having a factory-applied antimicrobial coating.

Grooved fittings shall be standard weight and shall not be manufactured of lightweight or engineered pipe components.

6. Fire Protection System Water Supply:

The Lessor / Lessor’s Agent will test the water supply and evaluate the environmental conditions to confirm the existence microbes and conditions that contribute to microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC). Test reports and evaluations shall be delivered to FedEx Ground prior to the installation of the Fire

Protection System piping.

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B. When a fire sprinkler system is not required initially, but future expansions, as shown on the drawings, will require sprinklers, provide a fire main stub and cap for future sprinkler riser at location(s) shown on the drawings. The fire main shall be designed to accommodate the full phase building design as shown on the FedEx Ground drawings.

C. The Lessor/Lessor's Agent shall verify if sprinklers are required by local code for the conveyor system and shall size the fire main and sprinkler piping accordingly.

D. Riser location(s) must be approved by FedEx Ground. If riser location(s) are not shown, submit riser layout for approval.

E. All incoming piping, risers, zone specific risers and drip legs shall be color coded, clearly marked and permanently tagged with identification conforming with ANSI

A13.1 “Scheme for the Identification of Piping Systems”.

F. Existing building fire protection system:

1. For projects involving an existing building equipped with a

dry sprinkler system

, the

dry sprinkler system

shall be deemed acceptable to FedEx Ground provided the system is fully code compliant, and can be operable in the site specific climate considering the HVAC requirements specified herein.

2. For projects involving an existing building equipped with a

wet sprinkler system

, the

wet sprinkler system

shall be deemed acceptable to FedEx Ground provided the system is fully code compliant.

G. Sprinkler Alarm System

1. A Sprinkler Alarm System will be designed, furnished and installed only when required by Code or the Local Authority having Jurisdiction (AHJ).

2. Refer to Division 16 – Electrical, Section 16.14 – Building Fire Alarm,

Sprinkler Alarm and Intension Detection Systems for additional requirements.

3. Fire Detection, Notification and Sprinkler Monitoring System:

When said system(s) are required by Code, these systems shall be designed, furnished, installed, serviced and otherwise maintained by TYCO Integrated

Security, LLC [TYCO IS], under a direct contract with FedEx Ground.

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4. The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent shall work in concert with TYCO IS to achieve the complete installation of the systems described herein and shall be responsible for the following:

 Contact TYCO IS and communicate project schedules and timelines, and arrange mutually agreeable dates and time frames for the arrival of and installation of systems by TYCO IS.

 Furnish and install all electrical and data conduit with pull wires necessary to the

TYCO IS installation.

 Provide and otherwise arrange to have a technician on site and available to work in concert with TYCO IS for the duration of the TYCO IS installation timeframe.

 Provide electronic copy of the project specific CAD drawings of the Site/Civil Utility

Plans, Sprinkler System and Mechanical system plans to TYCO IS.

5. TYCO Integrated Security LLC contact information:

Primary Contact:

Scott LeBlanc, Manager, Strategic Accounts

Office: 704-587-4940

Cell: 704-287-5219

Email: [email protected]

Secondary Contact:

Dan Betor, Manager, Strategic Accounts

Office: 678-585-5834

Cell: 678-614-0825

Email: [email protected]

15.2 Plumbing

A. General

1. The work included under this Section shall consist of all materials, supplies, equipment, tools, transportation and facilities and performing all labor and services necessary for, required in connection with, or properly incidental to the installation of the plumbing work described and/or shown on the drawings, or reasonably implied. Provide rough-in for future piping where required by indicated future expansions.

2. All necessary equipment, piping, valves, hangers, specialties, plumbing fixtures, sanitary drains, insulation, tests, balancing, etc., for plumbing and piping shall be provide for a complete installation of the plumbing system.

3. Provide color coding and tagging on all incoming piping, risers, zone specific risers and drip legs shall be color coded, clearly marked and permanently tagged with identification. All pipe markers shall conform to ANSI A13.1 "Scheme for the Identification of Piping Systems".

4. All work and material shall be provided in accordance with national and local codes and ordinances.

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B. Plumbing Fixtures and Equipment:

1. Hose Bibbs a. Hose Bibbs shall be located as indicated on drawings or as otherwise directed by FedEx Ground. Each installation shall be equipped with a 3/4” hose connection; integral vacuum breaker and handle key. b. Provide non-freeze types as required by locations and climate.

2. Ice Machines a. Furnish and install ice machine(s) at locations shown on the drawings.

Provide water supply with backflow protection and floor drain at unit location(s). Refer to Division 11 - Equipment Section 11.6 for Ice Machine

Stations.

3. Plumbing Fixtures a. Provide all required plumbing fixtures, equipment and accessories for a complete, functional installation. Provide ADA compliant installations as required by code. b. All lavatories, urinals and waterclosets shall be wall hung, vitreous china type with ADA compliant faucets or flush valves per type. Flush valves shall be diaphragm operated with a polished chrome plated finish. Handle shall be

ADA compliant. Flush valve shall be furnished with angle stop valve with backcheck protection, vandal resistant control stop cover, vacuum breaker, flush tube cover with wall flange, and fixture spud escutcheon.

(1) Urinal Flush Valve: Equal to Sloan Royal No. 186-1, low consumption

(1.0 GPF).

(2) Water Closet Flush Valve: Equal to Sloan Royal No. 111 low consumption (1.6 GPF)

(3) Lavatory Faucet: Provide faucets with polished chrome plated finish.

Handles shall be ADA compliant. Provide faucet aerators and outlets of types approved by the local code. Provide faucet equal to Moen Model

8140.

(4) Fixture Carrier: Support all wall mounted plumbing fixtures on concealed, field adjustable chair carriers with foot support.

(5) Provide insulation kits to wrap exposed traps and supply lines where required by ADA. Wrap shall be a minimum of 1/8" thick molded closed cell vinyl construction with PVC satin white cover. c. Wash fountain sinks, when indicated on the Drawings, shall be 36" "Tri-Fount

Multi-Fount Unit, Mode #MF-2933", as manufactured by Bradley Fixtures

Corporation or approved equal.

(1) Material: Terreon solid surface material as manufactured by Bradley

Fixtures Corporation or approved equal.

(2) Color: Empire Gray (E-Gray)

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Cast iron "P" trap standard to wall and strainer to suit piping size.

(1) Meet or exceed ASME A 112.19.1 for cast iron plumbing fixtures.

(2) American Standard "Akron" Service Sink, No. 7695.008.

(3) Faucet: Exposed yoke wall mount utility faucet with vacuum breaker and stops in shanks, metal lever handles, 1/2" NPT female inlets, polished chrome. American Standard No. 8341.076. e. Janitor Mop Basin: Provide 24”x36”x10” molded stone basin with stainless steel strainer. Furnish with 3/4” hose and wall bracket; mop hanger; wall guard; and faucet equal to Chicago model 897-CP, vacuum breaker spout and

3/4” hose thread outlet. f. Electrical Water Coolers: Provide ADA compliant water cooler for 8 gph of

50°F water at 80°F inlet water temperature. Unit shall have plug-in 3-wire type service cord. Install water coolers at locations shown on the drawings. g. Hot Water Tanks:

(1) When fixture groups requiring domestic hot water include a Janitor Mop

Basin, provide a gas or electric tank type water heater(s) for domestic hot water use.

(2) When fixture groups requiring domestic hot water are limited to lavatories, provide 240 volt electric, instantaneous type hot water heaters to serve groups of no more than two (2) lavatories and/or wash fountain sinks. i) Approved Manufacturers: Chronomite, or Eemax. h. Unless noted otherwise, provide all stops, supplies, traps and escutcheons necessary for a complete installation. All components shall be chrome plated brass unless noted otherwise.

(1) Stops shall be 1/4 turn brass ball volume, straight or angle type as required by the installation, with loose key, metal stem and washer cup with set screw washer retainer. Furnish with escutcheon.

(2) Traps shall be 17 gauge chrome plated brass with clean-out plug.

Furnish with slip nuts, wall bend and escutcheon.

(3) Supplies shall be flexible chrome plated copper.

4. Domestic Hot & Cold Water Piping System a. Provide municipal water supply sized per code and Station requirements, arranged with proper metering and backflow protection as required by the

Local Authority have Jurisdiction. b. Domestic water service distribution to each of the Office, Distribution Area shall be isolated with separate water shut off valves for the purpose of maintenance or repair. c. Isolate water service for all Toilet Rooms within each respective area for maintenance or repair.

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5. Sanitary, Waste and Vent Piping System a. Piping materials and installation shall meet all national and local plumbing codes. b. Install slotted trench drains in the Distribution Area, and/or the Garage.

Depending on location or service, connect drain to site storm system or sanitary sewer with all necessary filtering and collection system and accessory fixtures and equipment, as required by local, state or federal guidelines, codes and regulations which will accommodate cosmetic van washing activities in the Distribution Area and maintenance work in the Garage. c. Oil/water separators shall be installed outside the building for discharge from trench drain systems in both Distribution Area and/or Garage. See Division

11 for design requirements.

6. Pipe Insulation a. Insulate the following piping and fittings with one piece fiberglass pipe insulation with all-service jacket, having a "k" factor of 0.23 at a mean temperature of 75 degrees F. Insulation thickness shall be determined by the local energy code requirements or as noted specifically for each system.

(1) Domestic hot water service piping - per local energy code or minimum

1/2” thickness, whichever is greater.

(2) Domestic cold water piping – 1/2” thickness.

15.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

A. General:

1. The work included under this Section shall consist of furnishing all materials, supplies, equipment, tools, transportation and facilities and performing all labor and services necessary for, required in connection with, or properly incidental to the design and installation of the work described in these specifications or shown on the drawings or reasonably implied.

2. Heated or cooled spaces must meet all applicable code requirements.

3. For the Distribution Area only and in suitable climates, where the prevailing dewpoint temperature is less than 55°F, evaporative cooling systems shall be provided as an alternate bid for FedEx Ground consideration and approval.

4. The Lessor/Lessor's Agent shall include the necessary design, equipment, ductwork, insulation, hangers, piping, tests, balancing, etc., for the heating systems as called for in these Specifications or as shown on the Drawings.

5. The HVAC system design, equipment and installations shall meet all applicable national, local building and energy codes for the site location.

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B. Office HVAC:

1. Office HVAC shall be designed of a size and capacity to comply with applicable codes.

2. The design shall provide for a single system for conditioned Office areas under

2,000ft² and a minimum of two systems for conditioned areas greater than 2,000 ft², and zoned to provide for the best comfort control.

3. System heating and cooling capacities shall be established by engineering calculations in conformance with the design summer and winter conditions dictated by local energy code, and include the ventilation required by local code.

4. Each system shall consist of a horizontal gas-fired furnace. a. Equipment operational efficiencies shall meet or exceed local energy codes and/or ASHRAE 90.1 requirements. b. The furnace shall be adequately suspended in the Supply Room with not less than 7'-0" headroom clearance. Unit shall be located for maintenance accessibility. c. Lessor shall provide access via ladder(s) and hatch(es) to all roof-mounted

HVAC equipment. Access locations shall be coordinated and approved by

FedEx Ground. d. This work shall include the complete installation of the HVAC systems to consist in general of the following:

(1) Horizontal high efficiency gas furnaces equal to Trane TUX-R Series with two-stage gas valve. Size as required.

(2) Air conditioning/condensing unit equal to "Trane 4TTA3" three-phase or single-phase. Size as required. Use of Refrigerant, R-22, is prohibited.

(3) Exhaust fans.

(4) Supply, return and exhaust air ductwork.

(5) Pipe and ductwork insulation.

(6) Temperature controls and wiring.

(7) 7 day programmable thermostats.

(8) Separately controlled Conference, Training and Meeting Rooms within the Main Offices where room size is 400 S.F. or greater.

(9) Separately controlled Remote Offices and/or Remote Toilet Rooms.

Such areas of 400 S.F. or greater shall be heated by natural gas. Areas less than 400 S.F. shall be heated by electricity.

(10) All intake louvers shall be furnished with the unit manufacturer's standard rain hood. If the unit manufacturer does not offer a standard rain hood, said rain hood shall be furnished and installed as required by design.

(11) Office Air Diffusers: Shall be furnished with a manually activated, open, closed and directional adjustment feature.

(12) All exterior wall penetrations shall be made water tight.

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(13) Separately controlled Control Rooms.

e. Final locations of thermostats, time clock and starters shall be coordinated with FedEx Ground.

5. Alternate Office HVAC systems: a. When winter design temperatures are above 20°F, provide a heat pump based system for heating and cooling with supplemental electric heating instead of a gas furnace/AC combination. This alternative system shall include all the appurtenances per the furnace/AC arrangement listed above. b. When natural gas utility or propane based heating is not available or practical, provide a heat pump based system for heating and cooling with supplemental electric heating. This system shall include all the appurtenances per the furnace/AC arrangement listed above.

6. Office area miscellaneous ventilation systems: a. One electric exhaust fan shall be provided in each Toilet Room and controlled with a room occupancy sensor. b. Ventilation of the space above the Offices: When the enclosed space above the Office is NOT used as a return air plenum it shall be vented. Venting shall be designed to include an electrical exhaust fan activated by a thermostat integral with the fan. c. All ductwork passing through, in part or in whole shall, without exception, be insulated. Insulation type, thickness and installation shall be according to industry standards and sound engineering practices.

C. Distribution Area and/or Garage Heating Systems (Stations with full phase capacity greater than 57 van positions):

1. Provide electric type local infrared heaters at specific task-oriented Distribution

Area locations as shown on the FedEx Ground drawings.

2. Provide Gas-Fired, Infrared Heating System throughout the Distribution Area, including all van loading platforms, and at all load and unload door areas.

Acceptable Manufacturer: Roberts Gordon, LLC with equipment types as defined below. a. Refer to Drawing A-1 for information regarding the heating application requirements. Note: For Automated Stations, the radiant heating system may be permitted to encroach into the clear envelope area in the Distribution Area.

However, any encroachment must be coordinated with and approved by

FedEx Ground prior to the installation of the heating system(s). b. When required, system shall be designed, furnished and installed to maintain

45°F in the Distribution Area and 60°F in Garage buildings based on local winter design conditions per local energy code.

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M a n u a l & A u t o m a t e d B u i l d - t o - S u i t S t a t i o n s c. Heating System:

(1) For locations with greater than 3500 Heating Degree Days ; Heating system shall be CoRayVac high efficiency negative pressure (vacuum) style gas-fired infrared heating system with burners in series. System provided shall have a 90% efficiency minimum and shall be of the style that condenses the products of combustion before exhausting. System supplied shall have a minimum of 60 square feet of heat exchanger per

100 mbh input. All vacuum pump motors shall be three phase for motors

3/4HP or greater.

(2) For locations with 3500 heating degree days or less: Vantage

Modulating Infrared Heaters, Twin Fire, and non-condensing

CoRay Vac with the manufacturer’s standard control system may be used in lieu of the “condensing” CoRay Vac System names above.

d.

For locations that have more than 5500 heating degree days, or more than 6 vanlines at full phase construction, an Ultravac Control System complete with Data Cat 5 cable from the computer room to the Central

Control Panel, shall be installed. Coordinate the “data drop” location with FedEx Ground. This system shall be furnished and installed, complete with system control panels, zone sensors, Variable Frequency

Drive (VFD) for each vacuum pump, and a master panel wired to an outdoor sensor. All panels will be wired together with the proper communication cable per manufacturer’s recommendations

. e. For purposes of this specification, Heating Degree Day data (65 base) shall be referenced from the NOAA data base which is accessible through the web link http://cdo.ncdc.noaa.gov f. The Distribution Area heating system shall be controlled by space thermostats or sensors mounted 10' AFF in the Distribution Area or 12' AFF at van line walkway locations. Final location of thermostat or sensors shall be coordinated with FedEx Ground prior to installation. g. Installation of the Infrared Heating System shall be coordinated with the installation of the package handling equipment by the Infrared Heating

System vendor. [Reference Sub-Paragraph C.2.i. below.] Typically, maintain proper clearances to combustibles directly under the tube. Maintain greater than 60 inches clearance with the ability to reduce the clearance to 24” when utilizing an appropriate heat shield. At the conveyors, maintain 96” clearance above the conveyor belt or a minimum of 60” clearance with the use of an appropriate heat shield.

System layout shall also be coordinated with the lighting layout and the van line fan locations to ensure proper clearance between the heaters and the light fixtures and fans. h. For Automated Stations only, provide a Vantage Modulating vented infrared heater in the Maintenance Shop.

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M a n u a l & A u t o m a t e d B u i l d - t o - S u i t S t a t i o n s i. For infrared heating system design assistance, contact Dave Herrmann (FedEx

Ground National Account Coordinator) at (800) 922-7040. AutoCAD base plans shall be provided to Roberts Gordon representative for design and pricing purposes. j. For expansion projects, the Base Bid shall match the existing HVAC system.

Additionally, an Add Alternate shall be provided to convert/renovate the entire existing and new Distribution Area to a gas fired, infrared heating system (CoRayVac System preferred). Refer to the FedEx Ground drawings for when the Add Alternate is required.

D. Distribution Area Heating System (Stations with full phase capacity of 56 van positions or less).

1. Provide gas-fired suspended unit heaters or other conventional heating system.

Refer to Drawing A-1 for information regarding the heating application requirements.

2. When required, system shall be designed, furnished and installed to maintain 45°F in the Distribution Area and/or 60°F in Garage buildings based on local winter design conditions per local energy code.

3. The Distribution Area heating system shall be controlled by space thermostats mounted 10' AFF in Distribution Area or 12' AFF at van line walkway locations.

Final location of thermostats shall be coordinated with FedEx Ground.

4. Gas-fired, suspended, unit heaters and other conventional heating units and all piping items required for installation of same shall be located at the limiting dimension for the FedEx Ground required “Clear Envelope” as shown on the

Drawings.

E. Toilet Rooms

1. All Toilet Rooms shall be conditioned spaces as required by design.

2. One electric exhaust fan shall be provided in each Toilet Room and shall be controlled by a room occupancy sensor.

F. Distribution Area and Vehicle Maintenance Garage Ventilation and Cooling Systems

1. The FedEx Ground minimum requirement for the ventilation of the Distribution

Area (and Vehicle Maintenance Garage, when required) shall be:

Six (6) air changes per hour, [3 cubic feet per minute per square foot of Area

(CFM/SF)].

Six (6) air changes per hour [3 cubic feet per minute per square foot of area

(CFM/SF)] shall apply to the “cooling months” for the specific geography for the project site.

The required air changes per hour for the “heating months” for the specific geography of the site will be determined by the Code Requirements.

When the requirements of the Local Code or Local AHJ are more stringent, that which is more stringent shall apply.

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2. The above identified air changes per hour will be accomplished by the use of thermostatically controlled roof mounted exhaust fans with supply air being provided by intake louvers.

Exhaust fans shall be wired to a time clock to avoid fan activation when the

Station is unoccupied. a. Exhaust fan and louver locations/placement shall be as required by design to remove hot air that has risen to structure and pull “outside” air into the facility to uniformly wash the entire space from all sides of the facility (including both local city and unload/load areas).

3. Vehicles will be parked in the building, and will operate only when exiting the building (AM) and when returning to the building (PM).

4. The following FedEx Ground minimum requirement is applicable only to those

Stations where Cooling Degree-Days over 65

⁰F exceed 1,000 (i.e. CCD65 >

1,000) as determined by the latest edition of ASHRAE Fundamentals published

Weather Data.

Ventilation and Airflow design shall include provisions to eliminate stagnant air in all regularly occupied distribution areas. All regularly occupied areas shall be designed with air movement infrastructure to provide a minimum of 150 feet per minute (FPM) air velocity at 6 ft. above the occupied floor level for the perceived cooling affect. Acceptable methods include, but are not limited to, high volume low speed fans, individual propeller task fans with adjustable swings, additional outside air intake louvers, and evaporative cooling unit(s) tied to an engineered air distribution system (where outside ambient conditions allow).

5. Normal operation of the fan systems at a reduced ventilation rate is required as allowed by local codes and as coupled with an automatic control system controlling per the minimum levels of carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen dioxide

(NO

₂) or other appropriately selected gas sensor.

The FedEx Ground preferred locations of the exhaust fans and louvers controlled via vehicle gas sensors shall be on the building perimeter wall at the end of the van lines. Lessor/Lessor’s Agent shall coordinate exhaust fan and louver locations with FedEx Ground during the Design Phase of the project, and prior to installation.

6. For the Distribution Area, louver(s) and motor operated damper(s) shall be installed and arranged for uniform make-up air when the system operates to control vehicle fumes. Dampers shall be interlocked with the fume detection system noted herein.

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7. Exhaust Fan Sequence of Operation a. General Ventilation: The exhaust fans shall be energized by local adjustable thermostats operated by a 7-day programmable time clock with a lockable

ON-OFF-AUTO starter switch, or as determined by the fume detection system. The thermostat shall be preset to 85°F and the time clock shall be preprogrammed as directed by FedEx Ground site manager. These fans should not run during unoccupied hours. The fans will run automatically when the lockable ON-OFF-AUTO starter is placed in the AUTO position.

The exhaust fans will run continuously when the lockable ON-OFF-AUTO starter is placed in the ON position. The exhaust fans will not run when the lockable ON-OFF-AUTO starter is placed in the OFF position.

b. Fume Detection System:

(1) Furnish and install a Fume Detection System with remote fume sensors for diesel and/or gasoline powered vehicles (combination of

Carbon Monoxide (CO), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) sensors) additionally the system provided shall include fume detection for vehicles powered by natural gas, propane, or other alternative fuel vehicle as required (Methane (CH4) sensors). The fume detection system shall be designed and installed in accordance with the latest

International Mechanical Code and/or local code requirements.

(2) The fume detection system shall consist of system control panel and remote sensors as required by design.

(3) The fume detection system (sensors) shall be located in the P&D area only.

(4) Sensor mounting shall be protected from damage by operating vehicles.

(5) System Control and Operation a. System shall be interlocked with exhaust fan system to automatically start exhaust fans and open make-up air damper(s) upon fume detection. b. System shall include a manual On-Off override switch with 30 minute (max.) timer. c. System shall include constant integrity checking. Should a remote station not confirm a response, a fault condition shall be displayed that locates the faulty location. d. System controller shall include visible indicators for alarm stage, sensor malfunction, and system power on. e. The controller shall have all the necessary power supplies and transformers to supply power to the remote sensors.

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f. As required in Division 1 of this specification, provide an O&M

Manual for the system that includes expected lifespan, maintenance, inspection, and replacement details for specific gas

(type) sensors. Refer to 1.13.C. Starting of Systems for more information.

(6) Approved Manufacturers/Model a. Toxalert International/ToxControl

Craig Wolfe www.toxalert.com

952-472-4541 [email protected] b. ACME Engineering Prod. Inc./ACME CEL4 Series www.acmeprod.com c. MSA/MSA Z-Gard Combo www.MSA.gasdetection.com

8. Toilet Room Exhaust Fans a. One electric exhaust fan shall be provided in each Toilet Room and controlled with a room occupancy sensor.

9. High Volume Low Speed (HVLS) Fans a. HVLS fans will be furnished and installed at a rate as indicated on the FedEx

Ground drawings, and shall be located about the center line of the van line arrangement, as shown on the FedEx Ground drawings. b. The HVLS fans will be as indicated on the FedEx Ground drawings, or as required by design, units possessing airfoil blade design.

Airfoil blade count: Manufacturer’s standard arrangement, as required by design.

Fan manufacturer’s standard unit furnished and installed complete and fully operational.

Deviation of quantity, size, and placement of fans as indicated on the FedEx

Ground drawings must be approved by FedEx Ground, prior to commencing work.

c. Motor: As may be required by design.

d. Clearances: HVLS fan manufacturer’s recommended dimensions from roof deck, (3’-0” minimum) sides and nearest object. e. Mounting: HVLS fan mounting will be in strict compliance with the manufacturer’s directions, employing the manufacturer’s standard mounting package and shall include safety cables, guy wires and ACC components necessary for a complete installation. f. Controls: HVLS fan manufacturer’s standard installed at a “master” or

“central” location so as not to exceed the manufacturer’s recommended maximum distance from the fan(s). Individual fan control is a requirement.

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M a n u a l & A u t o m a t e d B u i l d - t o - S u i t S t a t i o n s g. Operation: Operation of the HVLS fans shall be coordinated with the Fire

Protection System and shall be installed so as to shut-off the fans when the fire alarm is triggered. h. Compliance: The HVLS fan manufacturer’s standard package shall include compliancy with the following:

 Worldwide Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)

 Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Standards

 FCC Part #15 i. Approved Manufacturers:

(1) Big Ass Fans

Contact: Lance Piper, Project Consultant

859-685-0454 [email protected]

(2) Rite-Hite Corporation

Contact: James J. Boston

Arbon Equipment Corporation

1-800-955-2726 [email protected]

(3) MacroAir Technologies, Inc.

Contact:

Barry Warner

Regional Sales Manager

615-594-6500

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G. Computer Rooms - Manual Stations

[For the Computer Room at Automated Stations refer to the FedEx Ground

Drawings]

1. Furnish and install an HVAC System(s) that is independent of the Station and/or

Office Area HVAC System and as such is controlled separately.

The Computer Room HVAC System shall be designed so as to maintain the air entering the equipment racks, therein, as adapted from ASHRAE TC 9.9, 2011

Thermal Guidelines for Data Processing Environments – Expanded Data Center

Classes and Usage Guidance for Equipment Environmental Specifications.

The Computer Room HVAC system shall be designed so as to maintain the room thus;

Temperature: 65 Degree F. to 80 Degree F. [Recommended Range]

Humidity Range: 20% to 80% Non-Condensing [Allowable Range]

Maximum Dew Point: 70 Degree F. [Allowable]

Maximum Rate of Temperature Change: 9 Degree F. Per Hour [Allowable]

Computer Room HVAC design criteria includes the following:

Station Size

7 to 24 Vans

25 to 144 Vans

145 to 240 Vans

241 to 336 Vans

Design Load BTUH

(0.70 Sensible Capacity)

10,857

43,143

47,429

65,000

Total Cooling

Capacity

1.0 Ton

3.5 Tons

4.0 Tons

5.5 Tons

The following values represent recommended equipment settings for temperature and humidity as measured at the inlet of the servers/computer equipment and range as follows;

Temperature: 68 Degrees F to 72 Degrees F.

Humidity Range, Non-Condensing Temperatures:

50% to 55% Relative Humidity

2. For cooling capacities greater than three (3) tons, provide two units at half capacity each. Locate the indoor units to uniformly address the cooling needs of the space.

3. Computer Room HVAC Equipment shall be selected and arranged to maintain the appropriate environmental conditions at the inlet of the IT equipment. The designer shall arrange the delivery of conditioned air from the HVAC unit to the

“cold aisle” and arrange the air returning to the HVAC unit from the “hot aisle”.

4. Equipment shall include low ambient control for winter operation.

5. System shall use environmentally friendly refrigerant only. Use of R-22 refrigerant is prohibited.

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6. Refrigerant Lines: Sizing, pipe run length and arrangement shall meet the HVAC equipment manufacturer’s written requirements for the specific equipment installed.

7. Condensate Drain System: a. A gravity condensate drain system is preferred by FedEx Ground.

When a gravity condensate drain system cannot be provided, furnish and install a condensate drain system complete with pump, tank, drain lines and all components and accessories required for a complete installation. b. Condensate drain system, including point of discharge shall comply with all building codes and applicable regulations.

Open discharge of the condensate upon the floor inside the building, including the Distribution Area is strictly prohibited.

8. Equipment:

The HVAC equipment for the Computer Rom shall be selected, furnished and installed so as to meet, or exceed, the performance requirements described herein and as might otherwise be required by design.

Air Conditioning equipment shall be “cooling only” and as such shall provide

“free cooling” via an economizer.

9. Installation a. Lessor/Lessor's Agent shall be responsible for the unit installation per manufacturer's recommendations. Provide all miscellaneous control wiring, condensate piping, exterior concrete pad (outside units) and refrigerant piping as required for a complete installation.

10. Computer Room Air Handling Arrangement a. All Computer Rooms must be maintained at a positive pressure to ensure a dust free environment. Install an air handling system which includes a filtered intake grille, inline centrifugal belt driven fan, 8" x 6" ductwork connecting from the return grille in an adjacent corridor ceiling to the fan's intake and continuing from the fan's discharge to the supply grille in the Computer Room ceiling. b. All components of the Computer Room Air Handling System, without exception, shall not be installed directly over the busway, server racks, servers, UPS unit, or any other electrical or communications equipment.

11. Computer Room UPS Equipment IP Address and Connectivity:

Refer to Division 16 – Electrical, Section 16.20.

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H. Pipe & Duct Insulation

1. Pipe insulation: Insulate the following piping and fittings with minimum 1/2" thick closed-cell elastomeric pipe insulation: a. Refrigerant suction and hot gas piping. b. Air conditioning condensate drain piping.

2. Insulate the following ductwork and plenums with 2" thick fiberglass ductwrap with all-service jacket, having a density of 1.0 pound per cubic foot: a. Supply and return air ductwork in non-air conditioned spaces. b. Outside and mixed air ductwork. c. Relief air ductwork between the plenum/louver and the relief air control/backdraft damper.

I. Special Handling Cages

1. Provide a hood exhaust system as required and detailed on the FedEx Ground drawings serving the “Special Handling Cage” area.

J. HVAC Testing and Air Balancing

1. Project scope shall include the services of an Associated Air Balance Council

(AABC) or National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB) certified balancing agency to perform all testing and balancing functions of the design/specified HVAC systems per the agency’s standards.

2. Testing and air balance (TAB) results shall be arranged in a TAB Report per agency standards. The report shall be delivered to FedEx Ground for review and acceptance.

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K. Evaporative Cooling Systems

The application of an Evaporative Cooling System for the cooling of the Distribution

Area is permitted for those geographic areas where the outdoor ambient design conditions are above 85

⁰F with a mean coincident wet bulb temperature below 71⁰F according to the latest ASHRAE 1% cooling weather data.

1. SELF-CONTAINED DIRECT EVAPORATIVE COOLERS a. General

(1) Factory assembled and tested, packaged, and self-contained direct evaporative coolers to extent specified and shown.

(2) Electrical components shall be UL listed.

(3) Evaporative media shall be UL listed and rated according to UL 900.

(4) Units shall be provided with a single point power connection. b. Acceptable Manufacturers

(1) Essick Air Products – Champion Cooler

(2) Phoenix Manufacturing, Inc. c. Warranty

(1) Unit shall be provided with a 5-year limited warranty on cabinet base and bottom against leakage due to corrosion and a 1-year limited warranty on all other factory installed components.

2. INSTALLATION a. Install units in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. b. Connect water supply in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. c. Adjust motor and fan sheaves in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.

The building envelope shall possess a vapor barrier and insulation as described in the following:

Division 7 – Thermal and Moisture Protection

Section 7.9 – Thermal Insulation for PEMB as a condition of use for an evaporating cooling system.

15.4

Utility Metering

Utility sub-metering for water and natural gas will be provided at the Vehicle

Maintenance Garage. Said metering will be separate and independent from the “main meter” locations on the site and as such will be furnished and installed by

the

Lessor/Lessor’s Agent and not by the Local Utility Company or Authority.

The sub-metering described herein does not “replace” utility company metering, is located “down stream” from utility company metering and is located adjacent to the specific outbuilding.

[Note: Said metering will serve FedEx Ground utility tracking purposes.]

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15.5

Seismic Natural Gas Shut-Off Valves

Seismic natural gas shut-off valves (a.k.a. “Earthquake” Valves) shall be furnished and installed in areas of seismic activity where the peak gravitational acceleration

(PGA) meets or exceeds 34%g, as determined by Modified Mercalli Intensities

(MMI); or as otherwise required by the Local AHJ.

Approved valve types: Seismic shut-off valves of the “flow through” and “remote sensor” type are acceptable. “Excess Flow” type valves are not permitted.

Approved valve manufacturers:

1. Pacific Seismic Products

Lancaster, California

1-661-942-4499

2. FedEx Ground approved equal

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16.1

Codes and Standards

A. General:

1. All wiring, lighting, exit signage, electrical components and accessories shall conform to the current edition of the National Electrical Code (NEC) and/or all applicable state and local codes.

B. UL Requirements:

1. All materials shall be new and shall conform to the standards of the Underwriter's

Laboratories, Inc., and shall bear their label in every case where such a standard has been established for the particular type of material in question.

16.2 Conduits, Fittings, Accessories Requirements

A. General:

1. Furnish and install all conduits, supports, boxes, and necessary fittings and accessories, as required to make a complete installation of the wiring system.

Interior conduits shall be electrical metallic tubing (EMT) in office areas and above 12'-0" above finished floor (AFF) in distribution areas. All exposed conduit on the interior of Distribution Area of building shall be galvanized rigid steel with threaded fittings from finished floor level to 12'-0" AFF. Material shall comply with ANSI C80.1. Metal-clad cable may be used only in concealed office areas and above office ceilings. Exterior conduits above grade shall be ridged steel conduit galvanized inside and out. Underground conduit shall be PVC

Schedule 40 heavy-wall type suitable for direct burial unless noted otherwise.

Conduits in general shall be run exposed in distribution area and concealed in office areas. Underground raceways shall be placed 24” below final grade.

Install electric and telephone service conduits at depth as directed by local utilities. Install a pull line in all empty conduits.

B. Security Conduit Sleeves:

1. As noted on the drawings, provide 4" diameter electrical conduit sleeve(s) through dock office walls for security wiring as indicated below:

Computer

Room Size

Number of Van

Positions

Number of

Security Cameras

(Anticipated)

Conduit Sleeve Count

1. 7-24 32

2. 25-96 33-100

2

4

3. 97-240 101-150

4. 241-336 151-225

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C. Conduit Stubs:

1. All conduit stub-ups installed for future use shall be provided with a metal tag permanently affixed to the stub-up which will identify the intended use of the conduit. Install a pull line in all empty conduit stubs and cap the stub.

D. Alternate Wiring Systems:

1. The use of a manufactured wiring system for lighting in the Office and

Distribution Area may be used by Lessor/Lessor's Agent choice if all conditions under section 16.3.B are met.

16.3 Conductors

A. General:

1. Interior feeder and branch circuit conductors shall be copper with 600-volt-type

THHN insulation. Minimum size conductors shall be #12 AWG for power and lighting and #14 AWG for signal and control. Conductors in underground conduits or exterior locations shall be Type XHHW insulation approved for wet locations.

B. Manufactured Wiring System:

1. Manufactured wiring system assembly of interface units, cable sets, switching cable assemblies, couplers and miscellaneous equipment may be used for wiring to lighting fixtures in office and distribution areas if the following conditions are met. a. All system components comply with the requirements of underwriters

Laboratories, Inc. and shall be UL Listed. b. System wiring shall be installed per all requirements of NEC Article 604. c. Acceptable Manufactures:

Metalux - MWS Series,

Lithonia - Reloc Series, or

Daybrite - Elector/Connect d. All cable routing shall be done in neat and workman like manner consistent with recognized industry standards and practice and in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. e. All wiring installed in the Distribution Area shall be run parallel to building lines and shall be supported per NEC Article 640.6E requirements. f. All wiring in the Distribution Area below 12'-0" AFF shall be hardwired in galvanized rigid conduit.

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16.4

Grounding

A. All work shall, as a minimum, be performed in strict accordance with Article

250 of the National Electrical Code, latest edition.

B.

Manual Sortation Stations and Manual Sortation OTP Stations:

Buildings shall be grounded to the full extent of the requirements identified in

Paragraph A. (above).

C.

Automated Sortation Stations:

1. Ground Grid:

Furnish and install an embedded ground loop around the entire building perimeter with connections to perimeter grounding rods, footing reinforcing bars and building structural steel to form a grounding grid. The ground loop shall be a minimum of 1/0 AWG bare, stranded copper wire located 1’-

6” outside of the building foundation and a minimum of 2’-0” below finished grade.

2. Resistance Requirements:

The ground grid shall establish a resistance of less than or equal to 10 OHMS to ground. Said resistance level shall be consistent throughout the building grounding system. The Contractor shall perform any and all necessary modifications to the grounding system as might be necessary to achieve the required 10 OHMs maximum resistance to ground and shall, without exceptions, provide the results of all earth resistance measurements tests to

FedEx Ground and the Lessor/Lessor’s Agent.

3. Grounding Grid Components:

Provide a 10’-0” (minimum length) by 5/8” copper plated steel ground rod, driven at 50’-0” internals along the ground loop, with the top of the rod at the same depth as the ground loop. At 250’-0” intervals, lengthen the ground rod to reach grade level and provide a heavy duty testing well load rated to meet AASHTO “Standard Specification for Highway Bridges” (latest edition) for H-20 load rating. Connections between the ground loop and ground rods shall be by exothermic welds without exception. Mechanical connectors are prohibited.

NOTE: Depending upon the results of the earth resistivity tests described below the Contractor might need to increase the minimum ground rod lengths to 20’-0” to achieve the required resistance.

Provide a minimum 1/0 AWG bare, stranded copper wire from the ground loop to the lowest level of footing reinforcing bars at maximum 100’-0” intervals around the perimeter of the building. Connections to the ground loop and reinforcing steel shall be by exothermic welds without exception.

Mechanical connectors are prohibited.

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Structural grounding conductors shall be installed at every other building perimeter column and shall be 1/0 AWG bare, stranded copper wire installed in 1-inch galvanized rigid steel conduit with grounding bushings where said conductors penetrate the foundation and the floor slab.

Structural grounding conductors shall be, without exception, exothermically welded to the web of the steel columns at points located 1’-6” above the finished floor.

4. Pre-installation Testing:

Prior to the installation of the grounding grid, the Contractor shall obtain earth resistivity tests on the project site in close horizontal and vertical proximity to the location of the future loop. Earth resistivity testing shall not be performed within five (5) days after a rainfall.

The earth resistivity tests shall be performed using the “Wenner 4-point” method and shall be conducted using a Dranetz Brand, Model 4160 or Model

4500 ground resistance testing device. Measurements shall be obtained at

10’-0” and 20’-0” probe spacing. The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent shall, without exception, provide written test reports to FedEx Ground before proceeding with the installation of the loop.

NOTE: Based upon the testing results, the Contractor might need to increase the minimum ground rod lengths to be installed in the grounding grid to 20’-0” to achieve the required resistance.

5. Post Installation Testing:

Upon completion of the ground loop, connections to footing reinforcing bars and ground rods, backfilling and compaction of the site and prior to placement of any pavement sub-base material or landscaping topsoil, the

Contractor shall perform earth resistivity tests employing the “Fall of

Potential Method”. Ground resistance testing shall not be performed within five (5) days after a rainfall. Results of the earth resistivity tests shall be, without exception, provided to FedEx Ground by the Lessor/Lessor’s Agent.

D. Perform all grounding tests in accordance with the latest edition of the

International Testing Association (NSTA) acceptance testing specification.

E.

Single phase branch circuits required for 120 volt and 277 volt lighting, receptacles, and motors shall consist of phase, neutral and insulated green grounding conductors installed in common metallic conduit.

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16.5

Panelboards and Distribution Equipment

A. Panelboards:

1. Stations: a. Panelboards shall be dead front safety-type with bolt-in circuit breakers,

480/277V or 208/120V, three-phase, four-wire service and shall conform to requirements of National Electrical Manufacturer's Association (NEMA) and

NEC. Panelboards shall include hinged front trims. The required panelboards shall be designed and arranged to accommodate the Full-Phase project design for total building including all material handling equipment requirements and yard electrical operating needs. Incoming utility power shall be fed by way of a ‘single’ main breaker such that, opening said breaker will remove all power from the building. Additional power requirements for task light fixtures, radiant heaters, and fans to be installed by material handling equipment installer shall be included. (See Drawing E-1).

Note: For Canadian Stations, furnish and install a step down transformer arrangement, as required by design, at the electrical service point of the site/building to accommodate the operation of the 480V. rated material handling equipment. b. Panelboards shall be labeled with a three line black phenolic nameplate with white core with 1/4" high letters. Nameplate shall identify panel and voltage, i.e., "Panel A", “208/120V, 3Ø, 4W", “Fed from DPA” c. A typed panelboard directory shall be provided on inside of front panelboard trim to identify the load of each circuit in full compliance with requirements of NEC, Article 408.4. d. Acceptable Manufacturers:

Cutler-Hammer

General Electric

Siemens, or

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2. Surge Protective Devices (Automated and OTP facilities only) a. All distribution panels shall be provided with Surge Protective Devices (SPD)

Units as listed below:

(1) The SPD for the main service panel shall be rated as follows: i) Each unit shall be 480/277 volt, three phase 4-wire wye, high-to-medium hazard, hybrid, high-energy, 600,000 ampere per phase (300kAmode) class minimum that integrates Surge Protective Device (SPD) with highfrequency electrical line noise filtering. ii) Based on UL 1449, Third Edition testing for suppressed voltage ratings

(SVR), the clamping voltage of the unit tested with a lead length of 6 inches

(to simulate actual installation) shall be no greater than 800V per mode. iii) Unit shall be protected by a fusible disconnect switch or circuit breaker.

Size of overcurrent protective device to be as specified by manufacturer. iv) Each unit shall include protection modules consisting of individually fused metal oxide varistors, EMI/RFI filtering capacitors, and status LED indicators. v) Each mode of suppression, including N-G, shall be fused. vi) The unit’s published performance ratings shall be the UL 1449, Third

Edition Listed suppression voltage ratings. vii) Each unit shall provide a path of extremely low impedance and shall not utilize printed circuit boards, quick type disconnects or small gauge wire in the surge current diversion path. All internal paths shall be low impedance

#4 AWG copper conductor or copper bus bar. viii) The unit shall include mechanical lugs for each phase, neutral and ground.

The lugs shall accommodate up to # 4 AWG copper conductor. ix) The unit shall monitor each mode of protection, indicating that the mode is ready, operating, or has failed. The unit shall have a transient counter and a

Form C contact. x) The unit may be integral panel mounted type unless otherwise specified on drawings. Where separate, unit shall be mounted in a NEMA 12 or 4X enclosure.

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(2) The SPD for downstream distribution panels shall be similar to the above except: i) Suppression shall be rated at 160,000 amperes per phase (80kA/mode) minimum. ii) Suppressed voltage ratings shall be no greater than as follows:

Mode of Protection L-N L-G N-G iii) No transient counter is required. b. The manufacturer shall provide a limited five year (minimum) warranty from date of shipment against failure when installed in compliance with applicable national/local electrical codes and the Manufacturer’s Installation, Operation and Maintenance Instructions. c. Approved Manufacturers:

 Advance Protection Tech. “TE/XGA Series”

 Current Technology “TG Series”

 Eaton Cutler Hammer “SPD-Visor Series”

 General Electric “Tranquell Series”

 Innovative Technology “PTX Series”

 Square D Surgelogic “EMA Series”

B. Material Handling Equipment and Out Buildings:

NOTE: The material handling equipment for the facility will be furnished and installed by FedEx Ground under a separate contract. The equipment shall include conveyors, 480V three phase drives, associated controls and machine tool panels.

This equipment shall be designed for safe operation within a 100KA short circuit interrupting rated distribution system.

1. Refer to FedEx Ground drawing E-1 for project specific material handling circuit breaker requirements.

C. Spare Breakers:

1. Provide a total of 10 percent spare breakers in addition to FedEx Ground's material handling equipment spare breakers in all panels.

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D. Temporary Portable Emergency Generator Cabinet

1. A Temporary Emergency Generator Connection Cabinet, NEMA 3R Rated, shall be furnished and installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, complete with all parts and associated components necessary for use and operation.

2. The cabinet shall be wall-mounted on the exterior wall of the building with direct access into the Switch Gear Room at Automated Stations, or to the main power panel at manual sortation OTP Stations. Cabinet features shall include a design for 480 Volt, 3-Phase, 4-Wire System Voltage. Amperage requirements shall be determined by the Lessor/Lessor’s Agent and shall be rated for continuous current to match the maximum Ampere rating of the main switch gear. Provide mechanical set screw lugs for a permanent bus connection and male CAM-LOK receptacles (compatible with Crouse-Hinds E-Z1610 series connectors) for the emergency generator cable connections, Kirk Key Interlocks provisions for access to the receptacles, watertight welded construction and finish suitable for exterior application.

Color of unit shall match the building exterior.

Furnish and install signage indicating required rotation on the generator cabinet.

CAM-LOK receptacles for U.S. and Canadian facilities (277/480 VAC installations) shall be as follows:

L-1 :

L-2 :

L-3 :

Brown

Orange

Yellow

Neutral : White

Earth : Green

3. Acceptable Manufacturers:

Berthold Electric, 1-800-657-6650, www.bertholdelectric.com

Eaton Electrical Inc./Cutler-Hammer, 1-800-525-2000, www.eatonelectrical.com

4. Facility main service disconnect shall include Kirk Key Interlock System (with extra cylinder for Item 2 connection cabinet above). Interlocking function shall be such that the main service disconnect must be locked out in the open position in order to open and gain access to the portable generator connection cabinet in

Item 2 above. Refer to one line diagram on drawings.

5. Lessor/Lessor’s Agent shall be responsible for installation of the cylinder in the connection cabinet. Key interlocking shall be demonstrated to FedEx Ground.

6. All components including the cabinet shall be key interlocked using standard brass components of the Kirk Key Interlock Company, no exceptions.

7. All lugs will be clearly and permanently marked and identified.

8. Furnish and install signage at the main switchgear detailing breaker interlock scheme for turning off the main circuit breaker and bring the generator on line to serve the facility.

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A. Distribution Area:

1. Interior lighting shall be based per geographical areas listed below: a. Geographical locations where the “Distribution Area” will be heated to a design temperature of 45ºF.

(1) Provide high bay cable hung fluorescent fixtures with medium distribution Miro 4 reflectors throughout. Fixture shall be furnished with six F32T8, 4100K high lumen lamps, rated at 3100 initial lumens, two-3 lamp 277 volt programmed rapid start electronic ballasts per fixture with a minimum of 1.1 ballast factor with 0ºF minimum starting temperature.

Fixture shall be rated for 0ºF operation minimum

. b. Geographical locations where the “Distribution Area” will not be heated.

(1) Provide high bay cable hung fluorescent fixtures similar to those specified in Section 16.6.A.1a except with the following modifications:

Provide fixtures with four F54T5, 4100K high lumen lamps rated at 5000 initial lumens, two-2 lamp 277 volt programmed rapid start electronic ballasts per fixture with 1.0 ballast factor with 0ºF minimum starting temperature. Fixture shall be rated for 65ºC operation.

2. Provide a zoned light switch bank on exterior office wall as shown on the Office

Plan to operate all general building lighting in the Distribution Area. All fluorescent lighting shall be switched locally as shown on the drawings. Refer to detail on the Drawings for fluorescent fixture mounting.

3. All designs shall include appropriate light loss factors using lamp mean lumens and 0.85 Lamp Dirt Depreciation (LDD).

4. General building high bay fluorescent light fixtures should not be located directly above the van line platform. This area will receive additional fluorescent task lighting installed by material handling equipment installer (refer to Drawing E-1).

5. Lighting shall be designed and installed to maintain a minimum illumination of 10 foot-candles at 3’-0” AFF in van staging area and 20 foot-candles for all other areas. No fixture shall encroach on the clear envelope space as noted on the

FedEx Ground Drawings.

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6. Acceptable Manufacturers. a. Lighting Fixtures Manufacturers:

(1) Sylvania # SL-HFS Series

Contact: David Alpert / Exec. Account Rep.

Sylvania Lighting Services

805-689-3056 [email protected]

(2) Metalux HBI-T8 Series (T8); HBI-T5 Series (T5)

(3) Columbia LHR Series

(4) Approved Equal.

(Provide with appropriate T8 or T5 lamps as indicated in Section

16.6.A.1) b. Electronic Programmed Rapid Start Ballast.

(1) Sylvania “Quicktronic” Prostart Series with 1.15 BF high output lighting or with 1.0 BF for T5 high bay applications.

(2) Universal Lighting Technologies “Accurstart” with 1.0 BF for T5 high bay applications.

(3) Advance Centium Series with 1.0 BF for T5 high bay applications.

(4) GE “Ultrastart” Series with 1.15 BF for T8 high output lighting and with

1.0 BF for T5 high bay applications.

(5) Approved Equal.

7. The number of switches required at switch banks for the control of the overhead high-bay lighting shall be determined as follows:

The Branch Circuit Load for each lighting circuit shall not exceed 3,500 watts on a 277 Volt System. Furnish and install the necessary switches per load requirement. Branch circuit loading for multiple lighting circuits shall be equally balanced between lighting circuits.

B. Office Lighting:

1. Office lighting shall be recessed fluorescent fixtures, designed and installed to maintain a minimum illumination level of 70 foot-candles at 3’-0” above finished floor throughout all office areas. Four foot fixtures shall be furnished with

F32T8, 3500K lamps. Other lamp sizes shall be 3500K rated. Provide parabolic louvered fixtures for all Office and Meeting Areas and prismatic lenses in all other rooms in the building as required.

2. Provide dimming capabilities for the light fixtures in Conference, Training &

Meeting Rooms.

3. Ballasts for fixtures installed in areas with occupancy sensors shall be series connected, programmed rapid start, electronic ballasts. All other fluorescent fixtures in Office Areas shall be provided with parallel operation, instant start, electronic ballasts.

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4. Acceptable Manufacturers. a. Prismatic lensed fixtures shall be “K12” type optics, 100% virgin acrylic not less than .125” overall thickness with a minimum weight of 8.0 oz. per square foot.

Fixture shall be:

(1) Sylvania # SL-RPTS Series

(2) Metalux #2GC Series

(3) Columbia #4P524 Series

(4) Lithonia #2SP8 Series

(5) Approved Equal b. Parabolic fixtures shall be 4” deep semi-specular silver low iridescence parabolic louver fixtures.

(1) Sylvania # SL-RDP Series

(2) Metalux #2PGX Series

(3) Columbia #45-24-G Series

(4) Lithonia #2PM3N Series

(5) Approved Equal c. Surface mounted injection molded acrylic fixtures in Computer Room shall be

3 lamp specification grade fixtures. Computer Room shall have a GWB hard ceiling.

(1) Sylvania # SL-EWW Series

(2) Metalux #WS Series

(3) Columbia #WCW Series

(4) Lithonia #LB Series

(5) Approved Equal d. Surface mounted injection molded acrylic fixtures in Toilet Rooms shall be 2 lamp specification grade fixtures. Toilet Rooms shall have a GWB hard ceiling.

(1) Sylvania # SL-AWN Series

(2) Metalux #WS Series

(3) Columbia #WC Series

(4) Lithonia #LB Series

(5) Approved Equal

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M a n u a l & A u t o m a t e d B u i l d - t o - S u i t S t a t i o n s e. The following electronic programmed rapid start ballasts shall be used for all fluorescent fixtures controlled by occupancy sensors (“Approved Equal” shall match listed ballast factors):

(1) Sylvania “Quicktronic” Prostart Series with .88 BF for T8 normal output lighting.

(2) Universal Lighting Technologies “Accustart” Series with .88 BF for T8 normal output lighting.

(3) Advance “Mark V” Series with .88 BF for T8 normal output lighting.

(4) GE “Ultra Start” series with .89 BF for T8 normal output lighting.

(5) Approved Equal. f. The following electronic instant start ballasts shall be used for all fluorescent fixtures except as indicated in 16.6B4c. (“Approved Equal” shall match listed ballast factors).

(1) Sylvania “Quicktronic Professional” Series with .88 BF for normal output lighting.

(2) Universal Lighting Technologies “HP” Series with .88 BF for normal output lighting.

(3) Advance “Centium” Series with .88 BF for normal output lighting.

(4) GE “UltraMax N” Series with .87 BF for normal output lighting.

(5) Approved Equal.

C. Garage Building (when required):

1. Interior Garage Building lighting shall be high bay fluorescent lighting designed and installed to maintain a minimum illumination level of 50 foot-candles at 3’-0” above finished floor throughout the Garage Building. These fixtures shall be similar to those used in the Distribution Area listed in Section 16.6A-1. Avoid placement of fixtures above overhead doors in the opened position and over vehicle parking lanes (refer to Garage Building Drawings).

D. Toilet Room Lighting:

1. Each Toilet Room shall be provided with one 2 lamp fluorescent fixture mounted on wall above sink areas. Fixture shall be two foot long in toilet rooms with single toilet. Toilet Rooms with multiple toilet fixtures shall have four foot long wall mounted fixture above sink area. Provide additional 2 lamp ceiling mounted fluorescent lighting fixtures as required to meet 40 foot-candles requirement at 3’-

0” above finished floor.

Acceptable Manufacturers:

(1) Sylvania # SL-LPWM Series

(2) Metalux #BI Series

(3) Columbia #WAL Series

(4) Lithonia #WP Series

(5) Approved Equal

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E. Load/Unload Door Task Lighting:

1. Provide task lighting at all Load/Unload doors as detailed on drawings. Trash

Doors and Drop Ship Doors shall also require task lights.

F. Security Building Lighting (if required):

1. Lighting shall be provided as detailed on drawings including dimming controls.

Do not install any fixtures in operational clearance area defined on drawing.

G. Emergency Lighting:

1. Emergency lighting shall be provided to maintain a minimum illumination level of 1 foot-candle at floor level along means of egress paths or per local requirements, whichever requirement is more stringent. Provide emergency powered lighting at exterior of all exit doorways.

H. Automatic Lighting Controls:

1. Ultrasonic Occupancy Sensors shall be installed in all Administrative Office

Areas, Remote Office Areas and Remote Toilet Rooms. Said installation will include all Toilet Rooms, Storage Rooms and Training/Meeting Areas.

Exceptions: General Office(s), Hallways/Corridors.

Acceptable Manufacturers:

Wattstopper

Sensor Switch

Hubbell

I.

Exiting Lighting Fixtures/Emergency Lighting Fixtures: All means of egress

EXIT marking light fixtures and all emergency lighting fixtures (a.k.a.

Emergency flood lights) required to light the means of egress in an emergency situation shall be furnished and installed as required by Code, or as required by the local AHJ, whichever requirement is more stringent, shall be U/L rated, and shall be illuminated by LED, without exception.

A. General Receptacles:

1. Provide the quantity of ivory 20 amp duplex receptacles at locations specifically noted on the drawings and as required to conform to applicable codes. Provide additional GFCI receptacles, isolated ground receptacles, transient voltage surge suppression receptacles, and welding outlets at locations noted on the Drawings.

Refer to additional information in this section.

B. Toilet Room Receptacles:

1. Provide one 20 amp, 120V GFCI receptacle adjacent to one sink in each Toilet

Room.

Color: Ivory

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C. GFCI Receptacles:

Provide 20 amp, 120V GFCI receptacles at all “wet locations” and at other locations as noted on the drawings.

“Wet locations” shall include, but might not be limited to, the following areas/locations;

 Toilet Rooms

 Ice Machine Stations

 Electric Water Coolers

 Kitchenettes

 Janitor Rooms

 Mop and Service Sinks

 Maintenance Room/Area Sinks

 Hose Bibbs

Application and installation requirements for GFCI receptacles will comply with all codes and associated regulations including HEC and OSHA.

Color: Ivory

D. Isolated Ground Receptacles:

1. Provide additional color-coded 20 amp, 120V, isolated ground duplex receptacles at locations shown on plans (connect two receptacles on one dedicated circuit).

Color: Orange

E. Transient Voltage Surge Suppression Receptacles:

1. Provide additional color-coded 20 amp, 120V, transient voltage surge suppression duplex receptacles on one dedicated circuit at locations noted on drawings.

Color: Blue

2. Provide a blue color coded 20 amp, 120V transient voltage surge suppression duplex receptacle on one dedicated circuit at locations shown on the drawings for

Radio Repeaters in Automated Stations. Each duplex receptacle has the capacity to allow plug-in for two Radio Repeaters. These shall be connected to a 20A1P

120 volt circuit in the nearest 208/120V Branch Circuit Panel Board.

F. Welding Receptacles:

1. Provide additional 30 amp, 480 V, 3 phase, 4 wire twistlock grounding receptacle

(NEMA L16-30R) in surface cast box at 4'-0" AFF.

Color: Black

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G. Cover Plates:

1. Cover plates shall be provided for all switches, receptacles, telephone and data outlets, etc., and blank plates for all unused outlets. a. Plates shall be non-breakable nylon and match device color. b. Plates for devices in the Distribution Area shall be galvanized pressed steel. c. Devices mounted outdoors shall be UL listed for wet locations. Provide self latching aluminum cover plates "suitable for wet locations while in use.

Acceptable Manufacturers (single gang locations):

Thomas Betts #CKMGV, or

Intermatic #WP1010MC

Acceptable Manufacturers (two gang locations):

Thomas Betts #2CKG, or

Intermatic #WP1030MC

H. All devices shall be ivory in color, unless specifically noted otherwise in the Symbol

Schedule on the Drawings.

Acceptable manufacturers and product series:

1. 20A

Duplex Receptacles

Seymour

HBL5362 PS5362A 5362 5362

GF20L 2095 7899 VGF20

Duplex Receptacles

HBL5362SA 5362-SP 7380

Duplex Receptacles

HBL52605A 5362-BLSP 5380B

Receptacles

5. 30A, 480V, 3Ø, 4W

Welding Receptacles

6.

20A GFCI Wet

Resistant Exterior

Receptacles

HBL2730A 1630-R 2730

GFTR20L 2095TRWR 7899-WR

5362S

1210BL

L1630-R

WRVGF20

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I.

Recessed Cast Iron Floor Box:

Furnish and install one (1) recessed cast iron floor box, with cover and all components for a complete installation at all locations noting the use/installation indicated on the FedEx Ground drawings.

Floor box will feature one (1) 120 VAC, 20 AMP duplex receptacle and six (6) keystone openings for telephone/data jacks or A/V connectors.

Components:

Cast Iron Floor Box:

Hubbell # HBLCFB401CB

Four gang shallow cast iron box.

Receptacle face plate;

Hubbell #HBLST302SGY and #HBL5362 duplex receptacle.

Systems face plate;

Hubbell #HBL317SGY Keystone six port mounting frame.

Flip lid with wiring access ports;

Hubbell #HBLTCGNTSW

Finish(es) : Manufacturers standard.

Color: Manufacturers standard.

Acceptable “or equals”;

Steel City #655 Series or

Wiremould #RFB2-OG Series

J.

Mounting Heights

Standard, typical mounting height for convenience receptacles shall be as follows:

Offices and similar areas: 18 inches

Building Exterior Areas: 24 inches

Distribution and Maintenance Areas: 42 inches

Specified dimensions are measured from the finished floor or finished grade to the physical center line of the receptacle.

16.8

Fans at Dock Doors

A. General:

1. Provide fans at all load/unload trailer doors as shown in the FedEx Ground

Standard Detail Drawings.

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16.9

Power and Control Wiring

A. General:

1. Furnish and install power and control wiring to all electrically-operated or controlled equipment.

A. Pole Mounted Yard Lights:

1. Lighting shall be designed and installed to provide a minimum maintained illumination level of 1.0 foot-candle at 36" above grade for all paved areas and for a five-foot wide area behind all parked trailers.

2.

Exterior metal halide lighting

shall be provided for all paved areas with commercial quality flood or cut-off style luminaries, mounted either on the building or on Class 3 wood light poles as permitted by local requirements. 400 and 1000 watt floodlights mounted at approx. 33’ and 42’ above grade respectively are preferred when permitted by local authorities. Refer to pole detail on drawings. 250 watt floodlights may be used in or along non-parking entrance drive lanes at a 33’ mounting height. Wall mounted lights may be used on building walls except where canopies exist. Galvanized tapered steel poles may be used at Lessor/Lessor’s Agent option.

When steel poles are utilized, they shall be mounted on properly sized concrete piers with the base of the steel pole at minimum 30” above grade. The electrical junction box shall be located on the side of the concrete base at 12” above grade to bottom. Boxes shall be mounted on the non-traffic side of the concrete piers that are located on the perimeter of the yard. Boxes on piers in other areas shall be located where they will be least subject to vehicle impact.

The electrical service junction box shall be mounted on the side of the concrete foundation and shall be located 12-inches above the finished grade elevation measured to the bottom of the box. Electrical service junction boxes shall be mounted on the non-traffic side of light pole foundations that are located on the perimeter of the yard and mounted where they will be least subject to vehicle impact in all other locations.

Mounting electrical service junction boxes at or below grade level is prohibited.

3. Light pole placement and circuiting shall be arranged to avoid relocations due to future parking or Station expansions.

4. All light poles within paved traffic and parking areas or in areas susceptible to damage shall be protected by bollards (refer to detail sheets) or other approved method. Lighting for the perimeter trailer areas shall be placed at pavement perimeter. Bollards are not required at these perimeter locations based on maintaining 15'-0" clear, behind curb at long trailers and 5'-0" for 28' trailers.

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5. If cut-off fixtures are used it will be necessary to install building mounted fixtures on the wall above load/unload doors at approximately 26'-0" AFG with a pipe mast extending 10'-0" out from building to provide adequate lighting in drive lane. Provide all necessary mounting hardware, backing plate, etc. to building structure as required for adequate support. Additionally a 6'-0" horizontal arm extension will be required on pole mounted cut-off fixtures behind trailers on perimeter of yard.

6. Yard Lighting Control: a. Yard light fixtures shall be operated using contactor(s) controlled from one building mounted photocell for automatic dusk to dawn operation. Provide a photocell bypass switch to allow manual operation. Refer to detail on drawings. b. For Automated and OTP Stations provide a yard lighting control panel with system clock and remote photocell. Panel shall provide a separate system controllable circuits for each of the following:

(1) Perimeter Light Poles

(2) Interior Light Poles

(3) Building Mounted Lights (but not fixtures at pedestrian exit doors)

(4) Canopy Lights

Acceptable Manufactures:

Wattstopper #LP Series, or

Lighting Controls & Design #GR Series.

B. Canopy Lighting:

Provide 70 WATT metal halide surface mounted Type 4 (forward throw) canopy fixtures at trailer doors on, both, the load and unload side of the building. These fixtures must be mounted “between” the trailer doors. Mounting above the trailer doors is prohibited.

Acceptable Manufacturers:

Paragon #EL71 Series, or

Tork.

1. In Automated and OTP Stations fixtures shall be controlled by yard lighting control, panel as indicated in section 16.10-6A. Refer to mounting detail on drawings.

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C. Special Yard Lighting Requirements:

Provide a yard lighting level of 5-foot candles as measured 36-inches above the finished grade at the following locations:

1. Facility entrance gate (overhead truss gate): 50’-0” as measured on, both, the secured side and the unsecured side of the gate, for a minimum width of two times the entrance roadway.

2. Personnel entrance/exit gate at the Automobile Parking Area: 50’-0” as measured on both sides of the portal arrangement.

3. Free Standing Security Buildings and Gate Houses: 50’-0” as measured on both the Inbound and the outbound sides of the building, and for a minimum width of two times the traffic lanes on both sides of the building.

4. Gateway Buildings, Security Wing: 50’-0” minimum as measured on the three (3) exposed sides of this portion of the Gateway Building.

D. Pedestrian Door Lighting:

1. Exterior pedestrian doors located in all buildings shall be illuminated by a 42 watt compact fluorescent wall pack type light fixture with photocell for automatic dusk-to-dawn lighting.

Acceptable manufacturers and fixtures:

(1) DayBrite Nite Brites # WPG-42C-D-MT-PE Series

(2) Hubbell #NRG304B-PC Series

(3) Lithonia #TWS-42TRT-Mvolt-PE Series

(4) Approved Equal

E. Photometrics:

1. Prior to installation provide FedEx Ground with a Site Plan showing design photometric data indicating that the exterior lighting meets the specified illumination requirements as listed in Section 16.10-A4. The furnished Site Plan shall show the locations of trailer and tractor parking. The photometric study shall be based on all parking spaces being occupied by 13’-6” tall by 28’ or longer trailers along the perimeter spaces and 28’ trailers at the building Load/Unload doors. Foot - candle levels shall be noted on 15’-0” centers maximum.

2. Provide FedEx Ground with “as-built” photometric documents incorporating final locations of all exterior fixtures installed. These documents shall confirm that the lighting installation meets the specified foot-candle requirement with the trailers in place as noted in Section 16.10.F.

F. Final Yard Lighting Review:

1. Upon completion of the installation the performance of the system shall be reviewed and verified at night with an FedEx Ground representative. (Inspection shall be completed during a dry weather period).

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G. Exterior Building Mounted Signage

All exterior building mounted signage shall operate on 120 VAC.

16.11

Block Heater Receptacles

A. General:

1. Diesel Tractor Block Heater Receptacles shall be furnished and installed in the quantities indicated and at the locations as shown on the FedEx Ground Site Plan.

Each receptacle shall have capacity for one 120 V, 1500 WATT Block Heater.

Receptacles might be post or building mounted as indicated on the FedEx Ground drawings.

2. Block heater receptacles will also be required for all automobile parking locations in certain Canadian Stations where automobile block heaters are commonly used.

Verify requirements with FedEx Ground. Refer to drawings for quantity, locations, and wattage ratings.

3. Refer to drawings for typical details covering installation of block heater posts, mini-power zones and building mounted receptacles.

4. Mini-power zones may be used for distribution purposes when deemed necessary by quantity of block heater receptacles and voltage drop considerations. Minipower zones shall be used when found to be economically feasible to meet NEC voltage drop 3% maximum requirements.

5. Receptacle circuits shall be designed to alternately cycle “on/off” in 15 minute intervals.

A. General:

1. All telecommunication conduits shall conform to the design and installation standards established by the Building Industry Consulting Service International

( BICSI ) revision / edition.

B. Trace Wiring

1. A trace wire shall be installed with all telecommunication sub-surface conduits without exception.

2. The trace wire shall be, as a minimum, a No. 12 AWG solid copper conductor, type THHN or THWN VW-1, 600V, with gasoline and oil resistant insulation, minimum 30 mil jacket thickness and rated specifically for buried use.

3. Trace wires shall be continuous and accessible at start and stop points, and, shall be run along the top of the conduit being attached to said conduit at 8’-0” on center intervals.

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16.13

Emergency Warning Devices and Fixtures

A. General:

1. All emergency warning devices and fixtures required by Code shall be designed and installed to meet all applicable Code requirements. Said devices and fixtures shall be so installed in the distribution area so as to cause no collision or interference with vehicular traffic.

2. The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent shall contact local Code officials to request a mounting height variance, if necessary, for the purpose of mounting said devices and fixtures above vehicle height. Documentation of the variance shall be secured and made available to FedEx Ground in a timely manner.

16.14

Fire Alarm, Sprinkler Alarm, Building Intrusion Detection,

Monitoring Requirements

A. Building Fire Alarm System

1. An electrically operated, supervised, automatic fire detection alarm system and/or sprinkler alarm system shall be furnished and installed only when required by Code or the Local Authority having Jurisdiction (AHJ). The fire detection alarm system and/or sprinkler alarm system shall be installed per

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Document 72 requirements and all applicable federal, state, and local laws and codes. This system will include a building wide, building occupant warning and evacuation system complete with all components and ready for operation. All systems shall be

UL listed.

2. When an automatic fire detection alarm system and/or sprinkler alarm system is installed, the system shall include monitoring capabilities.

Monitoring the system shall be performed by TYCO-IS on behalf of FedEx

Ground and under contract with FedEx Ground.

The monitoring capabilities described above are a FedEx Ground requirement, no exceptions.

3. When the Local AHJ requires local monitoring capabilities be provided directly to them, then and only then, will such capabilities be included as part of the system.

4. The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent shall execute a contract directly with TYCO-IS for the design and installation of the automatic fire detection alarm system and/or sprinkler alarm system. Installation of the automatic fire detection alarm system and/or sprinkler alarm system by any organization other than

TYCO-IS is prohibited.

The service, maintenance, monitoring and inspection of these systems are not within the Scope of Work of the Lessor/Lessor’s Agent but are part of the

FXG/TYCO-IS contract.

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[Lessor/Lessor’s Agent’s Notes;

FedEx Ground does not maintain a contract with TYCO-IS for design or installation services, for automatic fire detection alarm system and/or sprinkler alarm system.

Installation by TYCO-IS is a requirement in order to maintain and otherwise comply with the terms and conditions of the FedEx Ground/TYCO-IS service, maintenance, monitoring and inspection agreement.

The installation of an automatic fire detection alarm system and/or sprinkler alarm system directly by the Lessor/Lessor’s Agent will conflict with articles of the FedEx Ground/TYCO-IS contract and is prohibited.]

5. Promptly after notification to TYCO-IS by the Lessor/Lessor’s Agent,

TYCO-IS Engineering will be responsible for contacting and coordinating their designs with, as a minimum, the Project Site/Civil, HVAC, and Fire

Protection Engineers of Record as well as the Local AHJ and will, thus, insure the complete and proper coordination of the installation of the systems described herein.

6. The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent, after contracting with TYCO-IS to achieve the complete installation of the systems described herein, shall be responsible for the following:

Contact TYCO-IS and communicate project schedules and timelines, and

arrange mutually agreeable dates and time frames for the arrival of and installation of the systems by TYCO-IS.

Furnish and install all electrical and data conduit with pull wires up to the point

of TYCO-IS installation.

Provide and otherwise arrange to have a technician on site and available to

work in concert with TYCO-IS for the duration of the TYCO-IS installation timeframe.

Provide electronic copy of the project specific CAD drawings of the Site/Civil,

Sprinkler System and the Mechanical System plans to TYCO-IS.

7. The TYCO-Integrated Security, LLC sole contacts designated for FedEx

Ground are as follows:

Primary Contact:

Todd Gilliland, Manager, Strategic Accounts

Cell: 205-329-3915

Email: [email protected]

Secondary Contact:

Scott LeBlanc, Manager, Strategic Accounts

Office: 704-587-4940

Cell: 704-287-5219

Email: [email protected]

Contacting TYCO-IS Regional/Local Representatives IS NOT permitted.

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B.

Building Intrusion Detection System

1. A building intrusion detection system (IDS) is a requirement of FXG

Protection & Preventive Services (PPS). Said IDS is not within the

Lessor/Lessor’s Agent’s Scope of Work.

2. The IDS shall be designed, furnished, installed, made fully operational and maintained via a contract between FXG and TYCO Integrated Security,

LLC.

3. The Detex Brand Personnel Door Alarms described within Division 8 –

Doors and Windows, Section 8.3 are independent from and thus not part of the building Intrusion Detection System and as such are within the Scope of

Work of the Lessor/Lessor’s Agent and not TYCO-IS.

C. Personnel Door Alarms:

1. Refer to Division 8 – Doors and Windows, Section 8.3 Personnel Door Alarms.

Personnel Door Alarms shall be provided at all personnel doorways designated for emergency egress only. Personnel Door Alarms require 120VAC and shall be hardwired into the Building Electrical System.

2. Existing Buildings, Existing FedEx Ground Station Expansions: All personnel doors designed for emergency egress purposes only shall, without exception, be equipped with said Door Alarms as described herein and as referenced in Division

8 – Doors and Windows.

3. Personnel Door Alarms operate independently from the Building Intrusion

Detection System (IDS) and as such shall not be connected to said IDS wiring.

D. Temporary Portable Emergency Generator provisions for manual Non-OTP Stations.

The provisions for Portable Emergency Generator connections at manual sortations that are NOT OTP Stations shall provide one of the two (2) forms indicated below, and shall be designed into the Station Switch Gear.

A connection cabinet does not apply to the Non-OTP Stations.

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1. For Electrical Services up to and including 800A

The facility main service board shall include two main breakers connected to a common bus. The breakers shall be key interlocked to prevent simultaneous closure. Interlock shall consist of keyed brass cylinders and pistons equivalent to Kirk “SD” series. One breaker shall be labeled “Utility

Service Main” and the second “Temporary Generator Tie-In”. The service entrance conductors shall be terminated on the “Utility Service Main” breaker. The Generator Tie-in Breaker shall be located at the bottom of the board to simplify connection and disconnection of temporary cables. In addition to the key interlock, it shall be possible to “lock-out” either breaker in the open position utilizing a padlock or lock-out tag-out system similar to

U-Line #H-3402.

2. For Electrical Services in excess of 800A

The facility main service board shall contain a single main service disconnect.

It shall be possible to “lock-out” the main breaker in the open position utilizing a padlock or lock-out tag-out system similar to U-Line #H-3402.

The board shall also have a dedicated vertical section equipped with full size bus extension. This bus extension shall be drilled and equipped with mechanical lugs to allow connection of one 600MCM cable per phase/neutral per 400A of service capacity, e.g. a 2000A service board would allow for five

600 MCM cables per phase and neutral. The ground bus would also be extended and lugged to accommodate cabling per the NEC. An engraved

“TEMPORARY GENERATOR TIE-IN LUGS LOCATED IN THIS

SECTION” nameplate shall be installed on the cover of the lug section.

Verification of electrical rotation by testing the main electrical service after permanent utility service has been activated, is a requirement. Adjustment shall be made to provide “clockwise” rotation of the incoming service.

A nameplate shall be installed at the access point for the temporary generator tie-in stipulating,

“EXTREME CARE SHALL BE EXERCISED DURING ANY CONNECTION

OF TEMORARY SERVICES TO THIS FACILITY TO ASSURE THAT THE

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY ROTATION SHALL BE CLOCKWISE. IMPROPER

ROTATION MAY RESULT IN SIGNIFICANT EQUIPMENT DAMAGE”.

16.15

Special Handling Area

A. General:

1. The Lessor/Lessor's Agent shall understand that the Special Handling Area is classified as a Class I, Division I, Group B area. All components connected to a power supply in or around this area shall be provided with an electrical ground and shall be rated "explosion proof" for Class 1, Div 1, Group B minimum.

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A. General:

1. Radiant Unit Heaters shall be provided where shown on the drawing E-1. Heaters shall be controlled via a 60 minute, spring wound mechanical timer located inside the cage near the switch for the cage light fixtures.

A. General:

1. Provide two (2) underground conduits from the Main Building to the Security

Portal Arrangement in the perimeter fence at the Automobile Parking Area.

Conduit sizes are as shown on the drawings.

Power Conduit: Provide a 20 AMP. 120 VOLT circuit from the 208/120V branch circuit panel board and terminate at the Turnstile per manufacturer’s specifications. Refer to FedEx Ground drawings for details.

Access Control Conduit: Furnish and install the conduit and pull wire.

Terminate at the Turnstile as shown on the drawings.

Terminate inside the building as shown on the drawings.

[

TYCO Integrated Security LLC

will be responsible to furnishing, installing

(pulling), and making operational the low voltage wiring for the Access Control

Conduit.]

16.18 Tugger Battery Charger Requirements

A. General:

1. Furnish and install tugger battery charging locations as indicated on the drawings to meet the following power requirements. a. Automated Sortation Stations:

Motrec Brand Tuggers,

208VAC, 13.6 Amps, single phase battery charging requirements.

Furnish and install a 208 Volt, 20 Amp, single receptacle [ NEMA 6-20R] for each tugger. Receptacles shall be placed on a 20A2P dedicated circuit. b. Manual Sortation Stations:

Cushman Brand Tuggers,

120VAC, 12 Amps, single phase on board battery charger requirements.

Furnish and install a 120 Volt, 20 Amp, single receptacle [ NEMA 5-20R ] for each tugger.

Receptacles shall be placed on a 20A1P dedicated circuit.

2. Battery charging areas, when required by code, shall be ventilated by a dedicated exhaust fan as required by the work outlined in Division 15 Section 15.3,

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Paragraph F.6.c. The exhaust fan shall be controlled by a combination starter with Hand-Off-Auto selector switch located adjacent to the tugger outlets. The exhaust fan’s combination starter shall have an auxiliary contact to control a multi-pole contactor (30A rated as required by item 1 above) which in turn energizes the individual tugger outlets. The “HOA” switch shall normally be placed in the “Auto” position. A timer, 0-4 hour range without “Hold”, shall be mounted adjacent to the contactor and connected to energize the fan starter and thereby the tugger outlets.

Approved Manufacturer / Model: Mark Time, Model # 74115

16.19 Overhead Door Status Signals

A. General:

1. Furnish, install and make fully operational a two-unit Traffic Signal System at each Drive-In Door.

B. Description:

1. Traffic signals will consist of a two (2) fixture set, one (1) interior and one (1) exterior fixture.

2. Each fixture will be configured with a red “Stop” light and a green “Go” light.

Lighting elements will be LED, affixed within a polypropylene housing, 11-3/8 inches high by 6-5/8 inches wide and 3-3/4 inches deep, with “Eye Brow” sun visors at each light.

Color: Safety Yellow

3. Approved Manufacturer:

Tri-Lite, Incorporated

773-384-7765 www.triliteinc.com

Or approved equal:

Model Number: SG30-115RG-LED

4. Power Requirements: 115VAC,0.06A.

5. Operation: The Traffic Signaling System shall be wired to operate in the following manner; a. Drive In Door Opening: Red signal light activates and remains active until the door is fully open. b. Drive In Door Fully Open: Green light activates. Red light is inactive. c. Drive In Door Closing: Green light deactivates. Red light activates and remains active until the door is completely closed. d. Drive In Door completely closed, and at rest: Red and green lights are inactive.

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16.20

Computer Room UPS Equipment IP Address and Connectivity

The IP Address information required for the activation of the Computer Room

Uninterruptable Power Source (UPS) Equipment will be provided by FedEx

Ground upon request for same by the Lessor/Lessor’s Agent.

Said information will be utilized by the Lessor/Lessor’s Agent to commission the

UPS equipment.

The Lessor/Lessor’s Agent will secure the Computer Room Equipment

Installation Check List, complete and submit same to FedEx Ground to confirm the successful commissioning of the UPS equipment. This Check List will be secured from the FedEx Ground Approved Supplier for the Computer Room equipment as indicated below.

Contact:

R. M. Stoof and Associates, Inc.

Pittsburgh, PA 15237

800-496-2113 [email protected]

16.21

Utility Metering

Utility sub-metering for Electrical Service will be provided at the Vehicle

Maintenance Garage. Said metering will be separate and independent from the “main meter” locations on the site and as such will be furnished and installed by the Lessor/

Lessor’s Agent and not by the Local Utility Company or Authority.

[Note: Said metering will serve FedEx Ground Utility Tracking Purposes]

16.22 Permanent Standby Generator

A permanent diesel, or natural gas, fueled standby generator with one (1) automatic transfer switch shall be provided in all automated stations. Said permanent standby generator will be furnished and installed at manual sortation stations only when so required by code or when required by the Local Authority having Jurisdiction (AHJ).

Said installations shall be sized as required for the fully expanded facility and

Material Handling System, so as to provide emergency power, as a minimum, to the following building areas and features.

 Emergency lighting and related life safety items.

 Computer Room

 Task lighting fixtures along all van line conveyors.

 Telecomm Rooms in all office areas.

The Permanent Standby Generator shall be “hard wired” into the Station Electrical

System and shall not be connected via the Portable Emergency Generator Connection

Cabinet.

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