Spence Station Office Tenant Improvement

Spence Station Office Tenant Improvement
SPECIFICATIONS
FOR
Spence Station
Office Tenant Improvement
3494 E. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90023
Architect's Project No. 46703.0C
September, 2014
PREPARED BY:
JTC Architects, Inc.
65 North First Ave., Suite 201
Arcadia, CA 91006
PHONE: (626) 254-8884
FAX: (626) 574-7775
E-mail: [email protected]
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
DIVISION 0 - CONDITION OF THE CONTRACT
SECTION
00700
GENERAL CONDITIONS
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DIVISION 1 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
SECTION
01010
01340
01350
01500
01600
01635
01710
SUMMARY OF WORK
SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA AND SAMPLES
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE DATA
CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES AND
TEMPORARY CONTROLS
CONTRACTOR'S REQUIRED COMPLETION DATE
PRODUCT HANDLING
CLEANING
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4
2
3
1
1
2
DEMOLITION
2
DIVISION 2 - SITE WORK
SECTION
02110
DIVISION 3 – CONCRETE
NOT APPLICABLE
DIVISION 4 - MASONRY
NOT APPLICABLE
DIVISION 5 – METALS
SECTION
05500
METAL FABRICATIONS
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DIVISION 6 - WOOD AND PLASTICS
SECTION
06100
06200
ROUGH CARPENTRY
FINISH CARPENTRY AND MILLWORK
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2
DIVISION 7 - THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION
SECTION
07210
07543
07600
07900
BUILDING INSULATION
MECHANICALLY ATTACHED PVC MEMBRANE ROOFING
FLASHING AND SHEET METAL
SEALANTS AND CAULKING
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13
3
3
DIVISION 8 - DOORS AND WINDOWS
SECTION
08100
08710
08800
STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES
FINISH HARDWARE
GLASS AND GLAZING – SEE DRAWINGS
So Cal Gas Company – Spence Station
3494 E. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90023
P.N. 46703.0C
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DIVISION 9 - FINISHES
SECTION
09100
09260
09510
09650
09680
09690
09900
METAL SUPPORT SYSTEMS
GYPSUM BOARD SYSTEM
ACOUSTICAL CEILING
RESILIENT TILE FLOORING
CARPETING
ACCESS FLOORING
PAINTING
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4
3
4
3
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DIVISION 10 - SPECIALTIES
NOT APPLICABLE
DIVISION 11 - EQUIPMENT
NOT APPLICABLE
DIVISION 12 - FURNISHINGS
NOT APPLICABLE
DIVISION 13 - SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION
NOT APPLICABLE
DIVISION 14 - CONVEYING SYSTEMS
NOT APPLICABLE
DIVISION 15 - MECHANICAL
SEE DRAWINGS
DIVISION 16 - ELECTRICAL
SEE DRAWINGS
END TABLE OF CONTENTS
So Cal Gas Company – Spence Station
3494 E. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90023
P.N. 46703.0C
Table of Contents - 2
00700
General Conditions
1.
DEFINITIONS
As use in General Conditions:
a.
The term “Company” or “Owner” means ”Southern California Gas Company”.
b.
The term “Contractor” means the person, firm or corporation name in the Blanket
Contract and work order or the specific contract as such.
c.
The term “Subcontractor” means any person, firm, or corporation supplying labor and
materials, or labor only for work at the project site, or one who furnishes material worked
to a special design in accordance with the Contract Documents, but does not include one
who furnished materials not so worked.
d.
The term “Project Manager” means Company’s Director-Real Estate management or the
Company’s representative.
e.
The term “Architect” when mentioned herein, refers to the person, firm, or corporation
named in a work order as such. If an “Architect” is not so named, all references to
“Architect” shall refer to “Engineer”, as the term “Engineer” is defined in subsection (d)
above.
f.
The Contract Documents for the contract and consists of the following:
1.
The Standard Blanket contract and work order or the specific contract signed by
Company and Contractor.
2.
The specification as identified by number in the work order or specific contract
including the General Conditions, any supplementary or special conditions or
other conditions.
3.
The drawings identified by number is the work order or specific contract, plus
any subsequent working or detailed drawings prepared in conformity with and in
clarification of Contract Documents and approved by Engineer.
4.
All addenda and written interpretations issued by Architect or Engineer prior to
and all modifications issued after execution of the work order or specific contract.
A modification is a written amendment to the Standard Blanket Contract, work
order, or specific contract signed by both parties, or, a change order pursuant to
the Contract Documents.
g.
The term “work” comprises the completed work required by the Contract Documents and
includes all labor necessary to produce such work and all materials and equipment
whether temporarily or permanently incorporated or to be incorporated in the work.
h.
The term “premises” includes the land, building, and other appurtenances where the
work is to be performed, fee title or leasehold interest to which is vested in Company and
also includes such additional space as Contractor may require for the work the rights to
which additional space has been obtained and paid for by Contractor or Company.
i.
The term “or approved equal”, or similar terms, shall mean approved in writing as an
equal in the opinion of Architect or Engineer.
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2.
j.
The term “approved”, or similar terms, shall mean approved in writing by Architect or
Engineer.
k.
The term “If (when or as) directed”, or similar terms, shall mean if (when or as) directed
by Architect or Engineer.
INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
a.
Subcontractor Listing
If submitting a list of subcontractors with the bid is specified in the letter inviting bids,
such list must be completely filled out. If company has reasonable objection to any
subcontractor(s) so listed, Company will promptly notify contractor in writing of such
objection. Contractor shall not contract with any Subcontractor(s) to whom Company has
made such reasonable objection. If Company has made reasonable objection,
Contractor shall submit a substitute to whom Company has no reasonable objection and
the bid amount shall be increased or decreased by the difference in cost occasioned by
such substitution.
b.
Basis for Bid
Unless noted elsewhere in the Contract Documents, the bid shall be based on performing
work during regular working hours.
c.
Examination of Site, Drawings, and Specification
Bidders shall be held to have examined the premises and to have compared it with the
drawings and specification and any other instructions, to have carefully examined all of
the Contract Documents and to have satisfied themselves as to the conditions under
which the work is performed.
d.
Substitution
Should a bidder desire to propose substitute materials or methods for those called for in
the drawings and specifications, such bidder shall submit a written request for such
substitution to Architect or Engineer at least five (5) days prior to the bid due date. Each
such request shall include a complete description of the proposed substitute, the name of
the material, or equipment for which it is to be substituted, drawings, cuts, performance
and test data and any other data or information necessary for a complete evaluation. If
Architect or Engineer approves any proposed substitution, such an approval will be set
forth in an Addendum and sent to all bidders.
3.
CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
a.
Intent of Contract Documents
The Contract Documents are intended to obligate Contractor to provide for, but not be
limited to, the furnishing or and paying for all labor, material, utilities, implements,
devices, facilities, equipment and all other items necessary to complete the work properly
and safely, even though all such items are not specifically mentioned or shown therein.
b.
Conflict in Contract Documents
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Should there be any discrepancy or conflict in the Contract Documents either between
them or at a variance with applicable codes, laws, ordinances, rules or regulations,
Contractor should immediately submit the same to Architect or Project Manager for such
decision. If Contractor fails to obtain such decision and proceeds with the work,
Contractor does so at Contractor’s own risk and, if directed by Architect or Engineer,
shall, without additional cost to Company, take down, remove and replace any work
which, in the opinion of Architect or Project Manager, is unsatisfactory.
c.
Responsibility For Work
Nothing contained in the Contract Documents shall be construed as relieving Contractor
of responsibility for the work prior to the final completion thereof by Contractor and
acceptance by Company. The foregoing include, but is not limited to, inspections by
Company, Architect or such testing laboratories as covered in the Contract Documents
and review of shop drawings, product data and samples as covered in the section herein
so entitled.
d.
Change Orders
The value of change orders shall be determined by an agreed upon lump sum or on a
cost plus basis. For cost plus changes, the “actual necessary costs” which may be
included in the change order fully defined in Sections 10 and 11 of the Standard Blanket
Contract between the Contractor and Company.
The maximum allowable percentage markups for overhead and profit are specified on the
Company’s work order to the Contractor and described in Section 10 for the Standard
Blanket Contract. These provisions are binding on the subcontractor, who should contact
the contractor for additional information.
4.
DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATION
a.
The drawings and specification are intended to be read together so that any work shown
on the drawings and not mentioned in the specification, or vice versa, shall be executed
the same as if both mentioned in the specification and shown on the drawings; the work
shall be done and the materials furnished in accordance therewith subject to the approval
of Architect or Engineer within a fair and equitable construction of the true intent and
meaning of the drawings and specification or supplements thereto.
The latest issue of a particular drawing shall have preference over earlier issues.
b.
Dimensions
Dimensions shown in figures take precedence over dimensions scaled from drawings.
Large scale drawings take precedence over smaller drawings.
c.
Titles
Titles to divisions, sections, and articles in the drawings and specification are introduced
merely for convenience and are not to be considered as a binding condition or complete
segregation of the several units of material and labor. No responsibility, either direct or
implied, is assumed by Company for omission or duplication of work by Contractor or
Contractor’s subcontractors due to real or alleged error in arrangement of work in the
drawings and specification. The misplacement, addition or omission of any work, letter,
drawings and specification.
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d.
Supplemental Data
Supplemental details, information or drawings necessary for proper completion of the
work will be supplied by Architect. Contractor shall notify Architect or Engineer not less
than two weeks in advance of any need for such supplemental details, information or
drawings, or information.
e.
Plans Supplied
Company will supply a sufficient number of drawings and specification
or use by Contractor and Contractor’s subcontractors.
f.
Drawings and Specification Property of Company
All drawings, specifications and copies thereof are Company’s property. They are to be
used on no other work and shall be returned to Engineer upon demand or upon
completion of the work.
5.
LABOR AND MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES
The following items are to be included in the General Conditions costs:
a.
b.
Labor Costs
1.
All costs of labor (including all fringe benefits), for superintendents, employed at
the job site in connection with the work and Contractor’s payroll.
2.
All costs of labor (including fringe benefits),for a project manager and any
assistant project manager, estimators, schedulers, expediters, accountants,
secretaries, and others engaged directly or indirectly in the subject work, at the
home office.
Expenses
1.
All expenses such as telegrams, telephone services, copy machines, facsimile
machines, expressage, and similar petty cash items, directly related to the work,
either at the job site or home office.
2.
Materials, supplies and associated truck or transportation expenses required to
perform these General Conditions including all maintenance costs sales taxes
and other taxes related thereto.
3.
Cost of premiums for general contractor liability insurance which will be required
by the Contract. Contractor to state current policy limits. Owner may require
Builder’s Risk Insurance to be provided by general contractor at start of
construction. Builders Risk will be an additional cost outside of the current
general conditions quotation.
4.
General and final clean-up, dumpsters, and dust control cost. Final cleaning of
interiors and exteriors of windows is to be included.
5.
All reasonable costs necessary to perform and satisfy the General Conditions of
the work, in accordance with all applicable laws, building codes and generally
accepted practices in the industry (traffic control, street permits, etc.).
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c.
6.
6.
All material hoisting, elevator operators, and project craning, if required.
7.
All temporary power, lighting, water and fire protection required including monthly
utility charges during construction unless waived by the Company.
8.
Job-site security during construction.
9.
Layout of all partition furniture for electrical, telephone and data cabling.
10.
All parking as required.
11.
All storage and staging as required.
Contractor’s Fee will Include the following:
1.
Contractor’s profit.
2.
General operation and overhead expenses of the Contractor’s principal and
branch offices other than the field for the project.
3.
Compensation for the Contractor’s employees not engaged in the subject work
and for principals of the Contractor.
4.
Contractor’s capital expenses for the Project.
5.
All local, state and federal taxes on said fee.
6.
All preconstruction management, estimating and value engineering services to
be conducted in regular meetings with Owner, Architect/Consultants.
7.
All meetings required by pacific to review quality of service and receive feedback
on their work.
PERMITS, UTILITIES AND PERMIT FEES
a.
Payment of:
Contractor shall obtain and pay the cost of utilities required in connection with the work
except as hereinafter provided in the section entitled “Partial Occupancy” or as otherwise
provided for by Company. Subject to reimbursement by Company, Contractor shall
obtain and pay the cost of all fees for all permits, inspections and tests required by public
agencies (including any applicable taxes or other special charges). Contractor shall also
obtain and pay the cost for all licenses, temporary easements and rights-of-way.
Permanent easements will be secured and paid for by Company. For Materials, testing
fees, see section entitled “Materials and Testing.”
b.
Payment for Plan Checking Fee:
Company shall pay all plan checking fees.
c.
Delivery of Permits:
Copies of all permits, licenses and certificates of inspection issued in connection with the
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work shall be delivered to Engineer as they become available. The originals of such shall
be in Engineer’s possession prior to final payment to Contractor.
7.
MATERIALS AND TESTING
a.
Quality:
It is the intent of Company to obtain products and workmanship of good quality at the
lowest possible cost. All materials, equipment and articles shall be new, undamaged and
of good quality, except those specified as “to be reused.”
b.
Standards:
Any material specified by reference to the number, symbol, or title of a specified standard
such as a commercial standard, a federal specification, a trade association standard, or
other similar standard, shall comply with the requirements, in the latest revision thereof
and any amendments or supplement thereto, in effect on the date of invitation for bids,
except as limited to type, class or grade, or modified in such reference.
The standard referred to, except as modified in the specification, shall have full force and
effect as though printed in these General conditions. These standards are not furnished
to bidders for the reason that the manufacturers and trades involved are assumed to be
familiar with their requirements. Architect will furnish, upon request, information as to
how copies of the standards referred to may be obtained.
c.
1.
Where Federal Specifications are referred to as a measure of quality and
standard, they refer to federal specifications established by the Procurement
Division of the United States Government and are available from the
Superintendent of Documents, United States Government Printing Office.
2.
Where federal specification numbers are used, they refer to the latest edition
including amendments thereto.
3.
Where Commercial Standards are referred to as a measure of quality, standard
and method of fabrication, they refer to Commercial Standards issued by the
United States Department of Commerce.
4.
Where ASTM serial numbers are used, they refer to the latest tentative
specifications, standard specifications or standard method or standard method of
testing, issued by the American Society for Testing Materials.
Material Lists:
If requested, Contractor shall submit material lists to Architect or Engineer for approval
within fifteen (15) days after commencement of work.
d.
Substitutions:
1.
Contractor may not, in the course of the work, substitute products, materials,
equipment or articles called for herein, or by the drawings or specifications,
without the prior written approval of Architect or Engineer. Such approval shall
not relieve Contractor from responsibility for compliance with all requirements of
the Contract Documents and Contractor shall be responsible at Contractor’s own
expense for any changes in other parts of the work or the work of subcontractors
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which may be caused by any approved substitutions. Except as may be
otherwise provided in the Contract Documents, if the proposed substitution
results in lower material or labor cost or both, Contractor will submit a credit
amount including allowance for profit and overhead along with the proposed
substitution.
e.
2.
If Contractor uses materials, equipment or articles not of the quality required by
the Contract Documents, Contractor shall, if directed by Architect or Project
Manager, immediately remove from the premises and replace them with new
materials, equipment or articles satisfactory to Architect or Project Manager at no
additional cost to Company.
3.
Where “approved alternate,” “approved equal,” or similar term, appears in these
General Conditions or on the drawings or in the specification after the
designation of the product of a particular manufacturer, Company does not
consider the product of a particular manufacturer to be preferable or superior to
other comparable products for the applicable usage. The product of a particular
manufacturer is designated merely as an example of the quality and type of
product desired, and Architect or Project Manager will approve in writing the use
of another product if, in their opinion, such other product is equal in quality and
possesses the required characteristics. If written approval is not obtained prior to
the submission of Contractor’s bid, Contractor may nevertheless use such other
product if written approval is thereafter obtained, but such approval shall be
granted or withheld at the sole discretion of Architect or Project Manager. It is
expected that Contractor will obtain bids from other manufacturers whose
products are of equal quality and acceptable to Architect or Engineer sp that
Company will obtain products of proper quality at the lowest cost.
4.
When “approved alternate,” “approved equal,” or similar term does not appear
after the designation of the product of a particular manufacturer, only that product
may be used unless the written approval of Architect or Engineer for the use of
another product is obtained prior to the submission of Contractor’s bid. In such
event, other prospective bidders will be notified that such other product is
acceptable.
5.
Should Contractor desire to propose substitutions as outlined above, Contractor
shall provide all tests, data, samples, etc., that may be required by Architect or
Engineer necessary to properly evaluate such substitution, all at no cost to
Company.
Tests:
Except as otherwise provided herein, tests of materials and/or special inspection will be
made, when required by the Contract Documents or by applicable laws, rules, and
regulations by a testing laboratory selected by Company. Company will pay for all tests
and inspections, except as may be otherwise specified.
When, in the opinion of Architect or Engineer, additional tests or inspections are required
because of the manner in which Contractor executes the work, such tests and
inspections shall be paid for by Company. If any work tested is proven to be defective or
does not meet the requirements of the Contract Documents, the costs of the tests shall
be deducted from the contract. Examples of such tests and inspections are: Retests
made necessary by failure of material to comply with the requirements of the specification
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or plan requirements.
f.
Trademarks:
Finished exposed work shall bear no Contractor’s name or trademark except as
approved by Engineer unless necessary to comply with the law or with fire underwriter’s
requirements.
8.
SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA AND SAMPLES
a.
Definitions:
“Shop drawings” are drawings, diagrams, schedules and other data especially prepared
for the work by the Contractor or any subcontractor, manufacturer, supplier or distributor
to illustrate some portion of the work.
“Product data” are illustrations, standards schedules, performance charts, instructions,
brochures, diagrams and other information furnished by Contractor or any subcontractor,
manufacturer, supplier or distributor to illustrate a material, product, or system of some
portion work.
“Samples” are physical examples which illustrate materials, equipment, or workmanship
and establish standards by which the work will be judged.
b.
Submission:
Shop drawings, product data and samples, required by these General Conditions or the
drawings and specification shall be prepared by Contractor, subcontractors, or suppliers,
as appropriate, and shall be submitted by Contractor to Architect or Engineer for approval
prior to the performance of any of the work shown on or associated with the same. Prior
to such submissions, Contractor shall carefully review all such drawings, product data
and samples to assure that they meet all applicable requirements and shall so certify
thereon in writing. Seven copies of all shop drawings shall be submitted and three copies
of the approved shop drawings, shall be returned to the Contractor.
Shop drawings, product data and samples shall be submitted in such time as to cause no
delay in the orderly progress of work, layout or fabrication under the Contract Documents,
due allowance being made for checking by Architect or Engineer and such correct resubmission and re-checking as may be necessary. Request by Architect or Engineer for
changes and corrections on shop drawings, product data or samples shall not be
construed as a change order and shall be done at no cost to Company.
c.
Replacement of Work:
Any work done prior to approval of such shop drawings, product data and samples shall,
if directed by Architect or Engineer, be replaced, at no additional cost to Company, with
work conforming to the approved drawings, product data and samples. Approval of such
drawings, product data and samples shall not relieve Contractor of responsibility for error
or omissions in the same deviations from these General Conditions or the drawings and
specifications unless, at the time of submission or re-submission, contractor has in writing
called Architect’s or Engineer’s attention to the deviation and secured written approval
thereof.
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d.
All shop drawings shall be drawn to scale, shall show all necessary working and erection
dimensions and such details, section, plans and elevations, all properly cross referenced,
as necessary to clearly delineate arrangement, construction and connection with other
work and shall illustrate all work contiguous to and having a bearing on work shown.
Drawings shall be numbered consecutively and shall indicate the project name, and the
name of the Contractor and subcontractors, the name or description of the articles show,
the manufacturer’s name, the kinds, types, grades, thickness and finishes of materials,
including all fittings, fastenings and the like and the locations at which materials and
equipment are to be installed in the work. Product data and samples shall be similarly
identified.
Manufacturer’s brochures, shall be acceptable for appropriate drawings and product data
providing they comply with the requirements listed above and with the technical sections
of the specification.
Samples of all finish and other materials to be used in the work shall be furnished to and
subject to approval by Architect or Engineer. All materials and finishes used in the work
shall be equal to the samples so furnished. An approved sample is to be kept on the job
at all times during finished application, and finishes, material, and workmanship in the
completed building shall match the approved samples.
9.
SUBCONTRACTS
a.
Acceptability of Subcontractors:
Each subcontractor selected for the work shall be satisfactorily experienced in their
particular field with respect to both nature and magnitude of work as determined by
Engineer.
b.
Transactions Through Contractor:
All transactions with subcontractors shall be made through Contractor, except
such instructions as Engineer may find necessary to give to subcontractors
directly. In the event of such instructions, Company will confirm in writing those
instructions to Contractor.
c.
Binding of Subcontractors:
Contractor shall cause appropriate provisions to be inserted in all subcontracts relative to
the work which will bind the subcontractors to Contractor by the terms and conditions of
the Contract Documents in so far as they are applicable to the work of the subcontractors
and give Contractor the same power regarding the terminating of any subcontract that
Company may exercise over Contractor under any provisions of the Contract Documents.
Contractor shall be responsible for any loss, damage, delay or expense to Company
arising out of Contractor’s failure to comply with this provision.
d.
Contractual Relations:
Nothing contained in the Contract Documents shall create any contractual relation
between Company and a subcontractor of Contractor.
e.
Contractor shall submit a complete list of principal subcontractors and principal
suppliers as accepted by Company. Subcontractors previously listed with the
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Contractor’s bid as required in the section entitled “Instructions to Bidders,” shall
not be changed with the submission of this complete list unless previously
approved in writing by the Company. Name of Contractor’s superintendent for the work
shall be stated in this list.
10.
EXECUTION OF WORK
a.
Construction Progress Schedule
Contractor shall, if requested, prepare and submit to Project Manager a construction
progress schedule to be followed for the work being performed in such form and format
acceptable to Project Manager and shall delineate all major items of critical work
operations. Contractor shall submit this schedule to Project Manager within fifteen (15)
days after the award of the work order. The schedule shall be reviewed with and agreed
to by all subcontractors prior to submitting it to the Project Manager.
When the progress schedule and each subsequent revision have been approved by
Project Manager, two complete copies of the approved progress schedule shall be
furnished to Project Manager. Contractor shall maintain the currently approved progress
schedule at the job site and shall make note of any work falling behind the scheduled
start and completion dates thereon.
Whenever an item or work listed in the approved progress schedule falls behind
schedule, Contractor shall submit to Engineer the methods Contractor intends to employ,
to bring the work back on schedule. In addition, Contractor shall revise the progress
schedule to reflect any changes in starts or completions.
Contractor shall furnish sufficient force, construction plant and equipment, and shall work
such hours, including night shifts and overtime operations, as may be necessary to insure
the prosecution of the work is in accordance with the approved progress schedule, and
it’s completion within the time specified in the work order, or any duly authorized
extension thereof. If, in the opinion of the Engineer, Contractor refuses or fails to comply
with the obligations set forth in the preceding sentence, Company may, in addition to any
other rights or remedies available at law or in equity, require Contractor to increase the
number of shifts and/or overtime operations, days of work, size or forces and/or the
amount of construction plant, all at no cost to Company. If Contractor fails to meet the
obligation herein, Company may, at it’s sole option, exercise any of it’s rights under the
Contract Documents.
b.
Cost Information
If requested by Engineer, Contractor shall submit a breakdown of cost by trade or
subcontract in a format provided by Company. This breakdown will be used as a basis
for Contractor’s request for payment.
c.
Working Area
Work on the premises shall be confined to areas shown on drawings or elsewhere
designated in the Contract Documents. Materials and equipment at the building site shall
be stored within such areas as may be designated by Project Manager. Should
additional space be required by the nature of the work, Contractor Shall obtain the right to
use such additional space and pay all expenses thus incurred.
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d.
Labor
Contractor shall at all times enforce discipline and good order among Contractor’s
employees and shall not employ on the work any unfit person or anyone not skilled in the
task assigned. Company may require removal from Company’s premises of any of
Contractor’s or subcontractor’s employees. However, Company may not require the
discharge or other disciplinary action against any employee of Contractor or any
employee of any subcontractor. Contractor shall employ local labor when cost and ability
do not favor the use of other labor.
e.
Drawings and Specification Available
Contractor shall keep one copy of all drawings and specification on the premises in good
order and available to Architect and Project Manager at all times.
f.
Measurements
All working measurements shall be carefully checked by Contractor and if they are found
to vary, Contractor shall immediately report the variance to Architect or Project Manager
for adjustment before proceeding with the work. All work improperly done by reason of
Contractor’s failure to comply with the subdivision shall, if Project Manager so directs, be
taken down, removed and replaced without additional cost to Company.
Contractor shall measure work already in place and shall immediately report to Architect
or Project Manager any discrepancy between such work and the drawings and/or
specifications applicable to the work.
g.
Surveying and Building Lay Out
If required, a licensed surveyor approved by Project Manager and retained and paid by
Contractor shall establish a permanent bench mark which shall be so located as to be
readily accessible and free from danger of damage or displacement.
Engineer will provide Contractor with a survey drawing of the premises. All lines and
levels necessary for the erection and location of the work shall be established and
maintained by Contractor.
h.
Tools and Equipment
Equipment used on work shall comply with all applicable safety rules and regulations and
shall be in such quantities as to prosecute the work properly and expeditiously.
Maintenance and storage of all required tools and equipment, if on site, shall be
permitted at a predefined location or area as approved by Engineer. If requested,
contractor will provide any tools or equipment they have available for the Company
and/or Architect and Consultant to check or inspect the work.
i.
Cutting and Fitting
Contractor shall be responsible for all cutting, fitting or patching that may require
completing the work or to make its several parts fit together properly.
Contractor shall not damage or endanger any portion of the work of Company or any
separate contractor’s work by cutting, patching, excavating or otherwise altering any
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work. Contractor shall not cut or otherwise alter the work of Company and of such
separate contractor. Contractor shall not unreasonably withhold from Company or any
separate contractor consent to cutting or otherwise altering the work.
j.
Signs
Company may furnish one or more signs which shall be installed by Contractor as
directed by Project Manager. Contractor shall remove the same as directed.
k.
Job Office
When required elsewhere in the contract documents, Contractor shall provide on the
premises a suitable weather tight office having adequate heat and light with space therein
for use by Project Manager. The office shall be located at least thirty (30) feet from any
existing Company building or structure unless the office is constructed of noncombustible
materials. Location of the office shall be subject to the approval of Project Manager.
l.
Sanitary Facilities
Contractor shall provide, install and maintain throughout the duration of work, temporary
toilet facilities for use of all persons engaged in the work. Project Manager’s approval of
their location shall be obtained prior to such installation. The facilities shall be kept in
clean and sanitary condition. Upon removal of these facilities, all temporary connections
shall be properly capped and site cleaned up and left in a condition acceptable to
Engineer.
m.
Telephone Service
Contractor, at start of the work, shall have telephone service with outside bell installed in
the job office on the premises. Contractor shall subscribe and pay for this service until
the full completion of the work. If it is necessary to remove the service, Contractor shall
pay the charges for such move.
n.
Cleaning
Contractor shall, at all times, keep the premises in a clean, safe condition and shall
remove all debris and rubbish as it accumulates or as often as may be directed by
Engineer and to the satisfaction of Engineer. Contractor shall require all subcontractors
to do the same with respect to the portion of the work performed by them.
Prior to the removal of any dust partitions or as directed by Engineer, Contractor shall
thoroughly vacuum and damp mop the floors throughout the work area and affected
adjacent area.
Upon completion of the work, Contractor shall: (1) Remove all tools, appliances, surplus
materials, debris, temporary structures, facilities, scaffolding and equipment from the
premises; (2) Remove all marks, stains, fingerprints, dust dirt, paint drippings and the like
from all surfaces affected by the work; (4) Wash and clean plumbing and other fixtures;
(5) Clean and remove all dirt, stains, oil and putty from all glass and fixtures. Contractor
shall take care not to scratch any finish during such cleanup; (6) Clean and polish all
hardware and other unpainted metals; clean and touch up, if necessary, all equipment,
paint or decorated work; remove all temporary labels, tags and paper coverings; (7)
Clean the exterior of the buildings, grounds, approaches, equipment, sidewalks, streets,
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etc., similar to the interiors of the buildings and leave in good order at the time of final
acceptance with painted surfaces clean and unbroken, hardwood clean and polished;
and (8) Complete all required repair work and clean all dirt and debris from public and
private property resulting from the work so performed.
o.
Sequence of Work
In order to expedite the work or portion thereof, Project Manager may, at any time during
it’s course, direct Contractor or require Contractor to direct its subcontractor’s to cease
operations at a particular point and transfer Contractor’s work or their subcontractors’
workers to others points and execute other portions of their work.
p.
Stockpiling of Material and Equipment
Should it be necessary to occupy public or private property for the purpose of stockpiling
materials or storing equipment, Contractor shall obtain all necessary permits therefore
and pay all fees associated herewith.
q.
Removal of Materials
All work and materials delivered to the premises are not to be removed without
Company’s consent, but Contractor shall have the right to remove all surplus materials
after completing work.
11.
SEPARATE CONTRACTS
Company reserves the right to let other contracts relating to but not included as part of the work.
Contractor shall afford such other contractors reasonable opportunity for the introduction and
storage of their materials on the premises and execution of their work and shall promptly connect
and coordinate Contractor’s work with their work.
If the execution and satisfactory completion of the work is dependent upon the work of another
contractor, Contractor shall inspect and promptly report to the Engineer the presence in such
other contractor’s work of any defects which might interfere with the execution and satisfactory
completion of Contractor’s work. Contractor’s failure to report such defects shall constitute an
acceptance of the other contractor’s work as fit and proper for the reception of Contractor’s work.
Company shall not be responsible for extras caused by Contractor correcting work not properly
prepared to receive work for others.
12.
CONTROL AND INSPECTION
a.
Contractor’s Supervision
Contractor shall personally superintend and direct the work or shall keep a qualified
superintendent continuously on site during working hours authorized to receive
instructions and act on Contractor’s behalf. If required by Company, the superintendent
shall remain at the premises during working hours until final acceptance of the work,
unless superintendent proves to be unsatisfactory, ceases to be employed by Contractor
or Company requests replacement of such superintendent. Contractor shall carefully lay
out the work and shall be responsible for any mistakes in so doing. Contractor shall
establish necessary lines, levels, patterns, and dimensions according to the specification
and the drawings and shall see that they are accurately preserved and followed.
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b.
Access to Work
Architect and Project Manager shall be allowed access to the work for inspection at all
times. Contractor shall provide sufficient, safe and proper facilities for such inspection.
Architect and Project Manager shall have the right to order suspension of all or part of the
work if, in the sole opinion, the work is not being performed in accordance with the
Contract Documents, including, but not limited to safety requirements.
c.
Contractors Responsibility to Act in Emergency
If, during performance of the work, it becomes necessary for a decision or other action to
be taken respecting any aspect of the work and it would not be feasible or possible to
delay or stop the work in order that the Architect or Project Manager might be contacted
for instruction, Contractor shall act in a reasonable and prudent manner without
instruction from the Architect and thereafter notify the Architect or Project Manager as
soon as possible. In the event Contractor claims any additional compensation on
account of such action or decisions, Contractor shall submit a claim therefore, together
with substantiating documentation, to Architect or Project Manager for evaluation.
d.
Inspection During Progress
Contractor shall notify Project Manager and other parties concerned, forty-eight (48)
hours in advance of the date when work will be ready for inspection or tests required by
the law, code, or ordinance, by the Contract Documents or by Architect or Project
Manager. No such work shall be covered until tested or inspected and approved as
required. When covered before such inspections or tests are made and approved,
Contractor shall at Contractor’s expense uncover such work for inspection and
subsequently restore it, and shall at Contractor’s expense replace work of others
damaged thereby.
e.
Final Inspection and Reinspection
1.
Request for final inspection: When the work is completed and the provisions of
the section entitled, “Prerequisites To Payment” Subsection (b), items (2) through
(6) inclusive, have been complied with, Contractor shall notify Architect and
Company in writing that the work will be ready for final inspection on a definite
date which shall be stated in such notice. The notice shall be given at least five
(5) days in advance of such date. Contractor shall arrange for the presence at
the inspection of all subcontractors dealing with electrical work, plumbing,
heating, ventilating, refrigeration, and such other subcontractors as Architect or
Engineer may designate.
2.
Except minor touch-up work, ALL work shall be completed and all mechanical
and electrical systems operating and checked by Contractor and manufacturer’s
representative BEFORE a final inspection is requested by Contractor.
3.
Within ten (10) days after the final inspection, a written list of any deficiencies
consisting of items to be completed or corrected before acceptance of the work,
shall be furnished to contractor. Such completion or correction shall be done
within thirty (30) days after the final inspection or within such time limit as may be
established by Architect or Engineer.
4.
A follow-up Inspection will be made by Architect, Architect’s consulting
engineers, and Company within thirty (30) days after the final inspection or such
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other time limit as may be established by Architect or Engineer. Contractor shall
arrange for the presence of subcontractor’s whose work was on the list of
deficiencies.
5.
f.
Reinspection(s): Should it be determined during the follow-up inspection that all
items on the list of deficiencies have not been completed or corrected and that
additional inspections would be required to inspect those items not completed or
corrected, Contractor shall pay for all costs incurred by such reinspection.
Inspections Do Not Relieve Contractor’s Responsibility
Inspections made by Company, Architect or testing agencies do not relieve Contractor of
responsibility to comply with the Contract Documents.
g.
Charge of Work
Company shall not be answerable or accountable for any loss or damage that shall or
may happen to the work, or any part thereof, or for any of the materials or items used and
employed in finishing and completing the same before the final completion thereof by
Contractor and acceptance thereof by Company. Contractor shall be responsible for all
such loss and damage to the work and items before such completion and acceptance,
take all appropriate measures to protect the work and shall employ and pay for such
watchmen as are necessary to guard and protect it.
13.
COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS AND STANDARDS
All work shall also be preformed in accordance with certain written standards of good working
practice, such as, but not limited to, “American Concrete Institute,” “American Welding Society,”
and “National Fire Protection Association.”
14.
SAFETY AND PROTECTION
a.
Responsibility for Safety
The Company places and requires Contractor to place highest importance and priority on
health and safety for the work performed by Contractor at Company’s premises.
Contractor shall ensure that all of it’s employees are made aware of all environmental,
safety, fire and health requirements and regulations applicable to the work to be
performed.
Contractor shall, throughout the prosecution of the work, be responsible for the safety
and protection of the work, workmen of Contractor and subcontractors, and any other
persons and public or private property, all as required by law and as herein provided.
Contractor, subcontractors and their employees shall be subject to reasonable rules and
regulations promulgated at any time by Company for the safe, orderly and efficient
conduct of all operations upon the premises and upon any other of Company property.
Contractor shall enforce compliance with such rules and regulations.
During work at Company’s premises, Contractor, subcontractors and their employees will
be required to wear safety glasses.
b.
Protection of Property
Contractor shall properly barricade the work and erect and maintain in good condition
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and remove at the completion of the work, all temporary partitions, fences, shelters,
barricades and other structures requires by code, law, ordinance, rule or regulation as
necessary or useful to insure the protection of the work in progress and the property of
Company.
Adjoining lands and structures, streets, sidewalks, poles, pipes, wires and conduits shall
be protected and Contractor shall be responsible for damage to the same arising out of or
connected with the performance of the work.
Any existing building shall be protected and kept free of all dust, debris, moisture and
damage. Contractor shall be responsible for the overloading of any parts or parts of any
structure whether new or existing work, beyond their safe calculated load carrying
capacity by placing materials, equipment, tools, machinery and any other item thereon.
No loads shall be placed on floors or roofs before they have attained their permanent and
safe strength.
c.
Excavation Notice
Contractor or any subcontractor shall not alter, move or disturb telephone or other
communication cable, conduit, wiring or other telephone or communication equipment.
Not less than seventy-two (72) hours prior to beginning any excavation on either public or
private property, including streets and alley’s, Contractor shall give Verbal Notification to
Underground Service Alert at 800-642-2444. Such notification to be confirmed in writing
to Project Manager. Contractor shall make and keep a record of the case number
assigned by Underground Service Alert.
d.
15.
Contractor and all subcontractors are required to enforce all applicable standards as
outlined in the Installation and Job Acceptance Handbook (IJAH) and REM Installation
and Job Acceptance Handbook Supplement (REM-IJAH Supplement).
FIRE PROTECTION DURING CONSTRUCTION
Contractor and each of Contractor’s subcontractors shall at all times comply with the fire
prevention measures listed below as well as with any other measures reasonably called for to
ensure that adequate fire safety is maintained.
a.
Fire Escapes
Any fire escapes which may exist shall not be removed until temporary exist facilities are
provided at locations designated by Engineer.
b.
Equipment
Contractor shall provide and maintain one standard Underwriter’s Laboratories listed
multipurpose dry chemical fire extinguisher with a minimum rating of 2A-20 BC for each
3000 square feet of floor space or fraction thereof and one for each tool house,
temporary tool house, temporary office, storeroom and workshop on the premises. In lieu
of the above, one standard 2A water and one 10 BC rated carbon dioxide type
extinguisher placed as a pair, may be used. The fire extinguishers so provided shall be
so labeled that the proper extinguisher would be used on particular type of fire.
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Note: Under no circumstances shall dry chemical fire extinguishers be used for fire
suppression purposes within the confines of existing telephone equipment areas.
c.
Removal of Trash
All scrap lumber and rubbish shall be removed daily from the premises or as directed by
Engineer. Particular attention is directed to the immediate disposal if flammable
materials used in packing, such as excelsior, sawdust, wood shaving, straw, paper, etc.
Disposal of material by burning on or near the premises is not permitted.
d.
Scaffolding
Scaffolding shall be constructed of fire-resistive materials or shall be given an approved
flame proofing treatment.
e.
New Fire Lines
Fire lines or standpipes shall be completed promptly as work progresses. They shall be
installed, fitted with essential accessories and made operative as soon as possible.
f.
Existing Fire Lines
Free access shall be maintained at all times from the street to fire hydrants and to outside
connections for standpipes. No material shall be placed within five (5) feet of such fire
hydrants or connections nor between them and the center of the street. Free access
shall be maintained at all times to control valves and hoses on fire lines within the
building and to all portable extinguishers.
g.
Fire Doors
Fire doors and shutters and their hardware shall be installed and placed in an operating
condition at the earliest possible time.
h.
Open Flames
Open-flame devices inside a building, including type of equipment and procedures, shall
be first approved in writing by the Engineer.
i.
Temporary Wiring Inside the Building
Unless first approved by Engineer, temporary wiring where required shall be run in flex,
steel tube or rigid conduits. Exposed temporary extension cables shall consist of Tyrex
cord terminated in suitable connectors or junction boxes and shall be subject to approval
by Engineer. Permanent wiring systems should replace temporary wiring systems as
soon as the work will permit.
j.
Tarpaulins
All tarpaulins used or stored on the site shall be of flameproof materials as approved by
the California State Fire Marshall or local regulatory body, whichever is more stringent, or
shall have received approved flame proofing treatment. Written evidence of such flame
proofing shall be submitted to Engineer prior to use of any tarpaulin and shall be signed
by a Flame Retardant Application Concern which has been approved by the Fire Marshall
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of the State of California.
k.
Inspection by Superintendent
Contractor’s superintendent shall make a thorough inspection of the entire work at the
close of each day in order to insure against all hazards which might cause fire, damage
or injury.
l.
Storage of Flammables
All flammables shall be stored outside the building in locations approved by Engineer.
Rags and waste material which have been used with all flammable liquids shall be
removed from the buildings on the premises at the end of each days work. During the
performance of work, such rags and waste material shall be stored in metal cans with
tight covers.
Brushes in open vessels containing solvent shall not be stored within the buildings on the
premises.
m.
Smoking
It shall be Contractor’s responsibility to caution workmen in regard to the danger of fire
resulting from careless smoking habits. Smoking is prohibited within any existing
Company building and in all areas where flames or the careless disposal of smoking
material may be a hazard.
n.
Adhesives
Use of adhesives or other materials containing highly flammable solvents, such as
gasoline, naptha or turpentine is prohibited when less flammable acceptable substitutes
are commercially available.
o.
Exceptions
Exceptions to this section shall be made only upon written authorization of Project
Manager.
16.
INSURANCE
The paragraph of the contract, entitled “Insurance,” between Company and Contractor outlines
the requirements for Contractor’s insurance coverage.
17.
TENANTED PREMISES
The following conditions apply to work involving premises occupied by Company.
a.
Lighting
As a security measure during darkness, Contractor shall provide temporary outside
lighting to illuminate the work, the area immediately surrounding the work and any route
used as temporary access to any existing structure.
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b.
Temporary Partitions
Contractor shall erect temporary dust proof, watertight and sound insulting partitions, in
accordance with details given elsewhere in the Contract Documents. The partitions shall
be erected in such locations and in such a manner as to isolate demolition work and new
construction work from occupied portions of the structure. See also section entitled, “Fire
Protection During Construction.”
c.
Prosecution of the Work
Work involving occupied areas will be prosecuted at such reasonable times and in such
manner as to cause the least possible inconvenience to Company’s personnel.
18.
OCCUPANCY
a.
Occupancy Not Acceptance
Company has urgent need for the premises which comprises the work and may desire to
fully occupy or occupy portions thereof, before the entire work is completed. Such
occupancy shall not be deemed an acceptance to the work.
b.
Payment for Utilities
In the event of full or partial occupancy by Company of such nature as to make use of
utilities so as to increase the cost of Contractor’s periodic payments for gas, electricity or
water, Company shall thereafter pay directly entire periodic payments for utilities so
affected.
19.
RECORD DRAWING AS AS-BUILT
Contractor and each subcontractor such as, but not limited to subcontractors for plumbing,
heating and ventilating, air conditioning, compressed air, electrical work and the like shall keep
up- to- date a complete “As-Built” record set of drawings which shall be corrected daily to show
every change from original drawings and specifications and the exact”As-Built” location, size and
kind of every valve, fixture, run pipe, wire and conduit. Drawings for this purpose may be
obtained without cost from Engineer. These sets of drawings shall be kept on the premises and
shall be used only as a record set. On completion of the work, these sets of “As-Built” drawings,
clearly marked in a manner satisfactory to Architect or Engineer Shall be provided to the Architect
or Project Manager for their records prior to final payment. It shall be Contractor’s responsibility
to see that subcontractors comply with these requirements.
20.
SUBCONTRACTOR WARRANTY
Contractor shall obtain and submit in duplicate warranties from those subcontractors, material
men and manufacturers, as specified in the Contract Documents. Such warranties shall be
worded as outline in the attachment entitled “Warranty” and shall be submitted on the warrantors’
own letterhead.
21.
PREREQUISITES TO PAYMENTS
a.
Progress Payments
Progress payment requests shall be on Contractor’s letterhead and in the “Progress
Payment” format shown on a sample to be provided by Company.
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b.
Last Progress Payment
Before the last contract progress payment is authorized and/or paid, the following
requirements of the Contract Documents shall have been fulfilled:
1.
Satisfactory completion of all construction work and acceptance by Company.
2.
The submission by Contractor to Architect or Engineer of all required written
warranties.
3.
The submission by Contractor to Architect, of approved maintenance
descriptions, instructions and air balance reports. These descriptions,
instructions and reports shall be in the forms and amounts as directed under the
specific sections of these General Conditions.
4.
The submission by Contractor to Architect, of “As-Built” drawings
completely posted.
5.
The checking out of all mechanical and electrical systems by
manufacturer’s representatives including the instructions of Company
personnel in proper operations and maintenance of all equipment and
systems by manufacturer’s representatives.
If requested by Company, Contractor shall render to Company a statement of
the final cost of the work segregated in a prescribed manner on Company’s form.
The acceptance of the last progress payment by
Contractor shall constitute a waiver of all claims by Contractor except
those previously made in writing and identified by Contractor and
unsettled at the time such final payment is submitted for payment.
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SECTION 01010
SUMMARY OF WORK
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
A.
1.02
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
Work covers demolition of existing and construction of new work at the Southern California Gas Company’s Spence Station located at 3494 E. Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
90023, all as described in these specifications and in the drawings, all as prepared by
JTC ARCHITECTS, INC. 65 North First Avenue, Suite 201, Arcadia, California 91006.
CONTRACTOR'S DUTIES
In general, Contractor's duties shall include, but not be limited to the following:
1.03
A.
Except as otherwise noted, provide and pay for:
1.
All labor, materials and equipment.
2.
All tools, construction equipment and machinery.
3.
All other facilities and services necessary for proper execution and completion of
the work.
B.
Pay legally required sales, consumer and use taxes.
C.
Subject to Owner's reimbursement, secure and pay for, as necessary for proper execution and completion of the work, and as applicable.
1.
General Building Permit; Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical Permit.
D.
Give required notices.
E.
Comply with codes, ordinances, rules, regulations, orders and other legal requirements of
public authorities which bear on performance of the work.
F.
Promptly submit written notice to the Architect of observed variance of Contract Documents from legal requirements.
1.
Appropriate modifications to Contract Documents and adjust necessary changes.
2.
Discontinue work known to be contrary to such requirements until change or other notice is received from the Architect.
G.
Enforce strict discipline and good order among employees. Do not employ on work unfit
persons or those not skilled in assigned task.
H.
Coordinate schedule and work with others including other Vendors by the Southern California Gas Company performing work in the area.
WORK SCHEDULE
A.
All operations near the work areas of this Contract must continue without interruption.
The Contractor shall, therefore, work closely with the Owner's representative in drawing
up an initial Work Schedule and in making changes and adjustments to the Schedule during the course of the Work.
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3494 E. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90023
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1.04
PROTECT OWNER'S EQUIPMENT
A.
1.05
1.06
CONTRACTOR'S USE OF PREMISES
A.
Confine operations to areas permitted by permits and these contract documents.
B.
Do not unreasonably encumber site with materials or equipment.
C.
Do not endanger structure by overloading.
D.
Assume full responsibility for protection and safekeeping of building materials and
equipment.
E.
Move any stored products which interfere with operations of Owner or other Contractors.
F.
Obtain and pay for use of additional off-site storage or work areas if needed.
G.
Mechanical and Electrical Coordination:
1.
Refer to respective specification section for detailed description of work required.
2.
Report immediately to the Architect any existing conditions differing substantially
from those described or anticipated by these Contract Documents.
ACCESS TO THE BUILDING
A.
1.07
In addition to barricades and dust seals, the Contractor shall provide dust covers and
drop cloths to protect and existing and new construction and/or equipment within the
building.
Contractor's access to the building shall be through door as designated by owner's representative.
SAFETY ORDERS
A.
The Contractor shall be responsible for initiating, maintaining and supervising all safety
precautions and programs in connection with the work and shall designate a responsible
member of his organization at the site whose duty shall be the prevention of accidents.
This person shall be the Contractor's superintendent unless otherwise designated in writing by the Contractor to the Gas Company and the Architect.
END OF SECTION
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3494 E. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90023
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SECTION 01340
SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA AND SAMPLES
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
1.02
1.03
1.04
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
A.
Submit Shop Drawings, Product Data and Samples, required by the Project Documents,
to the Architect.
B.
Designate, in the Order of the Work Progress Schedule, or in a separate coordinated
schedule, the dates for submission and the dates that reviewed shop drawings, product
data and samples will be needed.
SHOP DRAWINGS
A.
Present drawings in a clear and thorough manner.
1.
Identify details by reference to sheet and detail, schedule, room numbers, shown
on Contract Drawings.
B.
Sheet size: As required, to present all components properly.
PRODUCT DATA
A.
Preparation:
1.
Clearly mark each copy to identify pertinent products or models.
2.
Show performance characteristics and capacities.
3.
Show dimensions and clearances required.
4.
Show wiring or piping diagrams and controls.
B.
Manufacturer's standard schematic drawings and diagrams:
1.
Modify drawings and diagrams to delete information which is not applicable to the
Work.
2.
Supplement standard information to provide information specifically applicable to
the Work.
SAMPLES
A.
Office samples shall be of sufficient size and quantity to clearly illustrate:
1.
Functional characteristics of the product, with integrally related parts and attachment devices.
2.
Full range of color, texture and pattern.
B.
Where field samples and mock-ups are required by the Project Documents.
1.
Contractor shall erect, at the Project Site, at a location acceptable to the Architect.
2.
Size or area: That specified in the respective Document.
3.
Fabricate each sample and mock-up complete and finished.
4.
Remove mock-ups at conclusion of Work or when acceptable to the Architect.
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Los Angeles, CA 90023
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1.05
COLOR SELECTION SUBMITTALS
A.
Contractor submittals:
1.
Submit as soon as practical, subsequent to award of contract, names of manufacturers and pertinent products or materials proposed for use in which a color
selection is required.
2.
3.
B.
1.06
1.07
Submit color charts or samples as required or requested by the Architect. All
items for color selection must be submitted prior to issuance of approvals.
Contractor is responsible for submitting products that comply with Specifications.
Color schedule:
1.
Architect will furnish a schedule showing required colors and finishes.
2.
Selection of colors may be done prior to or subsequent to material review and
acceptance. Color selection does not insure compliance with Specifications.
CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES
A.
Prior to submittal:
1.
Review and approve shop drawings, product data and samples.
2.
Coordinate each submittal with Work of the project and Contract Documents so
as to cause no delays in the Work.
3.
By approving and submitting shop drawings, product data and samples, the Contractor represents that he has determined and verified all materials, field measurements, and field construction criteria related thereto, or will do so, and that
he has checked and coordinated the information contained within such submittals
with the requirements of the Work and of the Contract Documents
4.
The Contractor shall not be relieved of responsibility for any deviation from the
requirements of the Contract Documents by the Architect's acceptance unless
the Contractor has specifically informed the Architect, in writing, of such deviation
at the time of submission and the Architect has given written acceptance to the
specific deviation.
5.
Contractor's responsibility for errors and omissions in submittals or deviations
from Contract Documents is not relieved by the Architect's review of submittals.
6.
The Contractor shall direct specific attention, in writing or on resubmitted shop
drawings, product data or samples, to revisions other than those requested by
the Architect on previous submittals.
B.
After submittal:
1.
Begin no work which requires submittals until return of such submittals with the
Architect's stamp and signature indicating review.
2.
Distribute copies of submittals to subcontractor's suppliers or manufacturers as
their interests appear.
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
A.
Make submittals promptly in accordance with reviewed construction schedule and in such
sequence as to cause no delay in the work or in the Work of any other Contractor.
1.
Provide separate transmittal for each submission. Do not combine different
submittals in one transmittal. Each submittal shall be numbered in numeric order
in the sequence it is submitted.
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B.
Number of submittals required:
Shop drawings: Submit the number of opaque reproductions which the Contrac1.
tor requires, plus four copies which will be retained by the Architect, the Consultant and the Phone Company.
Product data: Submit the number of copies which the Contractor requires, plus
2.
four which will be retained by the Architect, the Consultant and the Phone Company.
Samples: Submit the number stated in each applicable Specification section.
3.
C.
Submittals shall contain:
1.
The date of submission and the dates of previous submissions.
2.
The Project title and number.
3.
Contract identifications.
The names of:
4.
a.
Owner
b.
Contractor
c.
Supplier
d.
Manufacturer
e.
Architect
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
1.08
1.09
Identification of the product, with the Specification section number.
Field dimensions, clearly identified as such.
Relation to adjacent or critical features of the Work or materials.
Applicable standards, such as ASTM or Federal Specification numbers.
Identification of deviations from Contract Documents.
Identification of revisions on resubmittals.
An 8"x4" blank space for Contractor and Architect stamps.
Contractor's stamp, initialed or signed and dated, certifying to review of submittal,
verification of products, field measurements and field construction criteria, and
coordination of the information within the submittal with requirements of the Work
and of Contract Documents.
RESUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
A.
Make corrections and changes required by the Architect, and resubmit until accepted.
1.
If the Architect's review stamp indicates "Make Corrections Noted," it is not necessary to resubmit.
B.
Shop drawings and product data:
1.
Revise initial drawings or data, and resubmit as specified for the initial submittal.
2.
Indicate changes which have been made other than those requested by the Architect.
C.
Samples: Submit new samples as required for initial submittal.
DISTRIBUTION
A.
Distribute reproductions of Architect accepted shop drawings and product data to:
1.
Job site file.
2.
Record documents file.
3.
Other affected contractors.
4.
Subcontractors.
5.
Supplier or fabricator.
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B.
Distribute Architect accepted samples as directed by the Architect.
END OF SECTION
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3494 E. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90023
P.N. 46703.0C
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SECTION 01350
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE DATA
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
1.02
A.
Work included: To aid in the continued instruction of operating and maintenance personnel, and to provide a positive source of information regarding the products incorporated in
the Work, furnish and deliver the data described in this Section and in pertinent other
Sections of these Specifications.
B.
Related work described elsewhere:
1.
Make all submittals in strict accordance with the provisions of Section 01340.
2.
Required contents of submittals may also be amplified in the pertinent other Sections.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
1.03
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
In preparation of data required by this Section, use only personnel who are thoroughly
trained and experienced in operation and maintenance of the described items, completely
familiar with the requirements of this Section, and skilled in technical writing to the degree
needed for communicating the essential data.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit five copies of the Manual to the Architect prior to indoctrination of operation and
maintenance personnel.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
INSTRUCTION MANUALS
A.
General: Where instruction Manuals are required to be submitted under other Sections
of these Specifications, prepare in accordance with the following:
B.
Format:
Size:
1.
Paper:
2.
Text:
3.
Drawings:
4.
5.
6.
7.
8-1/2" by 11"
White bond, at least 9 kg (20-lb) weight.
Neatly typewritten
11" in height preferable; bind in with text; foldout acceptable; larger drawings acceptable, but fold to fit within the
Manual and provide a drawing pocket inside rear cover
or bind in with text.
Flysheets:
Separate each portion of the Manual with neatly prepared flysheets briefly describing contents of the ensuing
portion; flysheets may be in color.
Binding:
Use heavy-duty plastic or cardboard covers with binding
mechanism concealed inside the Manual; 3-ring binders
will be acceptable; all binding shall be subject to the
Architect's approval.
Measurements: Show the U.S. measurements.
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C.
Covers: Provide front and back covers for each Manual, using durable material approved
by the Architect and clearly identified on or through the front cover with at least the following information:
OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
The Gas Company
Spence Station
Tenant Improvement
3494 E. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90023
(name of Contractor)
(general subject of this Manual)
D.
Contents: Include at least the following:
1.
Neatly typewritten index near the front of the Manual, giving immediate information as to location within the Manual of all emergency data regarding the installation.
2.
Complete instructions regarding operation and maintenance of all equipment involved, including lubrication, disassembly, and re-assembly.
3.
Complete nomenclature of all parts of all equipment.
4.
Complete nomenclature and part number of all replaceable parts, name and address of nearest vendor, and all other pertinent data regarding procurement procedure.
5.
Electrostatic copy of all guarantees and warranties issued.
6.
7.
Manufacturers' bulletins, cuts and descriptive data, where pertinent, clearly indicating the precise items included in this installation and deleting, or otherwise
clearly indicating, all manufacturers' data with which this installation is not concerned.
Such other data as required in pertinent other Sections of these Specifications.
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
Complete the manuals and make five copies for distribution.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 01500
CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES AND TEMPORARY CONTROLS
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
1.02
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
A.
Work included: Provide temporary facilities and controls needed for the Work including,
but not necessarily limited to:
1.
Temporary utilities such as cooling, heating, water, electricity, and telephone.
2.
Field office space within the building for the Contractor's personnel and for the
owner and consultants.
3.
Enclosures such as tarpaulins, barricades, and flameproof dust control curtain.
4.
Sanitary facilities.
5.
Temporary fencing of the construction site.
B.
Related work:
1.
Except that equipment furnished by subcontractors shall comply with requirements of pertinent safety regulations, such equipment normally furnished by the
individual trades in execution of their own portions of the Work are not part of this
Section.
2.
Permanent installation and hookup of the various utility lines are described in
other Sections.
PRODUCT HANDLING
A.
Maintain temporary facilities and controls in proper and safe condition throughout
progress of the Work.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
UTILITIES
A.
Water: Water for construction purposes will be furnished to the Contractor at no charge
from the existing system. Provide necessary temporary piping and water supply and,
upon completion of the work, remove such temporary facilities.
B.
Electricity:
1.
Apply and pay for temporary construction electrical meter. (Not Applicable)
2.
Provide necessary temporary wiring upon completion of the Work, remove such
temporary facility.
3.
Provide area distribution boxes so located that the individual trades may furnish
and use 100 ft. maximum length extension cords to obtain power and lighting at
points where needed for work, inspection, and safety.
4.
Pay monthly bill from electrical purveyor. (Not Applicable)
C.
Heating and Cooling: Provide and maintain heating or cooling necessary for proper conduct of operations needed in the Work.
D.
Ventilation: Provide adequate forced ventilation of enclosed areas for curing of installed
materials, to disperse humidity, and to prevent hazardous accumulations of dust, fumes,
vapors, and gases.
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E.
2.02
FIELD OFFICES
A.
2.03
2.05
Provide and pay for temporary portable toilet facilities for use by the workers.
ENCLOSURES
A.
Provide and maintain for the duration of construction all scaffolds, tarpaulins, canopies,
warning signs, steps, platforms, bridges, and other temporary construction necessary for
proper completion of the Work in compliance with pertinent safety and other regulations.
B.
When, in the opinion of the Owner, breaches in roof or wall areas afford access to unauthorized persons, provide substantial barricades of type and material as approved by the
Owner and at no extra cost to the Owner.
C.
Provide and maintain on the premises, where directed, a watertight storage structure for
all materials which might be damaged by weather, including storage facilities for concrete
test samples and other material samples required for work.
D.
Store materials only within the areas so designated by the Owner.
TEMPORARY PARKING
A.
2.06
Contractor's facilities:
1.
Provide a field office area outside of the building construction area for Contractor’s offices, supply, and storage.
2.
Field office shall be equipped with plan rack, plan table, file cabinets, fax machine and copy machine.
SANITARY FACILITIES
A.
2.04
Telephone and FAX Machine:
1.
Prior to start of on-site work, and throughout progress of construction, make necessary arrangements for installation and operation of non-pay touchtone telephone service and FAX machine service to the Contractor's office at the site.
2.
Pay all costs for Contractor's telephone and FAX machine.
3.
Provide the telephones with bells located outside the field offices to enable telephone ringing to be heard in the field.
Parking is available on and offsite near the project site.
DEBRIS AND CLEANING
A.
Debris bin: Establish position of debris bin through coordination with Owner's representative.
B.
Waste: All demolished parts and other waste materials shall be carefully handled and
disposed of in a manner to minimize the generation of dirt and dust. This may require
wetting down at the chute and debris box. The construction areas shall be freed of all
waste materials daily.
C.
Cleaning: In addition to other methods, vacuum cleaning shall be employed at all stages
of the work until the project is ready for Owner's acceptance.
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2.07
TEMPORARY FIRE PROTECTION
A.
Provide portable fire extinguisher at the work area as required by the Owner's Fire Insurance Carrier and/or by the local and state codes.
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
MAINTENANCE AND REMOVAL
A.
Maintain temporary facilities and controls as long as needed for safe and proper completion of the Work.
B.
Remove such temporary facilities and controls as rapidly as progress of the Work will
permit, or as directed by the Owner.
C.
Clean and repair damage caused by temporary installations and use of temporary facilities.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 01600
CONTRACTOR'S WORK HOUR RESTRICTION,
PHASING OF CONSTRUCTION AND
REQUIRED COMPLETION DATE
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
TIME AVAILABLE
A.
1.02
Completion date shall be specified by owner.
OWNER'S PERSONNEL TO PERFORM WORK
A.
1.04
The time available for completion of the project is limited. The Contractor shall be aware
of the limited time allowed and shall communicate the time constraints to his sub-bidders
and material and equipment suppliers. The Contractor, subcontractors, material and
equipment suppliers shall include in their quotation all costs of overtime, holiday or multiple shift operations as well as air freight and special delivery requirements necessary to
meet the Completion Schedule.
COMPLETION DATES
A.
1.03
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
Besides scheduling for Contractor's own work, Contractor must also allow time on his
schedule to allow Owner's separately contracted vendors to complete their work. Owner's personnel would perform this work concurrently with the construction work as long as
it is safe. Exact timing for each installation shall be coordinated during regular construction meeting.
OWNER’S EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE VENDOR TO PERFORM WORK
A.
Contractor shall allow time on his schedule to allow owner’s vendors to install their own
equipment . During such periods, Contractor is required to work hand in hand with owner’s vendors. Contractor shall identify in their construction schedule the start date and
the finish date of work by such vendors.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 01635
PRODUCT HANDLING
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
A.
Transport, deliver, handle, and store materials and equipment to prevent the intrusions of
foreign matter and moisture, and to prevent damage. In all cases, comply with:
1.
Material and equipment manufacturer's instructions regarding temperature limitations.
2.
Other environmental conditions which are required to maintain the original quality
of the materials and equipment.
B.
Packaging:
1.
Provide packaged material in manufacturer's original containers with seals unbroken and labels intact until incorporating into the Work.
2.
Wrapped or bundled materials shall clearly bear the manufacturer's name and
trade mark.
C.
Remove damaged or otherwise unsuitable material and equipment promptly from the
site.
D.
Storing:
1.
Locate storage piles, stacks or bins to avoid being disturbed, and protect from
damage of any sort.
2.
Store materials and equipment in accord with their manufacturer's instructions,
above grade, and properly protected from weather and construction activities.
E.
Protection: Protect finished surfaces, including floors, jambs and soffits of openings used
as passageways or through which materials and equipment must travel.
F.
Keep finished surfaces clean and unmarred until Beneficial Occupancy.
G.
Refer to individual Specifications Sections for additional specific product handling and
protection requirements.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 01710
CLEANING
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
1.02
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
A.
Keep premises and public properties free from accumulations of waste, debris, and rubbish, caused by construction operations.
B.
At completion of Work, remove waste materials, rubbish, tools, equipment, machinery
and surplus materials, and clean all exposed surfaces; leave Project clean and ready for
occupancy.
SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
A.
Standards: Maintain Project in accordance with State and local safety and insurance
standards.
B.
Hazards control:
1.
Store volatile wastes in covered metal containers, and remove from premises
daily.
2.
Prevent accumulation of wastes which create hazardous conditions.
3.
Provide adequate ventilation during use of volatile substances.
C.
Conduct cleaning and disposal operations to comply with local ordinances and antipollution laws.
1.
Do not burn or bury rubbish and waste materials on Project Site.
2.
Do not dispose of volatile wastes such as mineral spirits, oil, or paint thinner in
storm or sanitary drains. Store in containers with tight-fitting lids and remove to
legal dump site.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
MATERIALS
A.
Use only those cleaning materials which will not create hazards to health and property
and which will not damage surfaces.
B.
Use only those cleaning materials and methods recommended by manufacturer of the
surface material to be cleaned.
C.
Use cleaning materials only on surfaces recommended by the cleaning material manufacturer.
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
DURING CONSTRUCTION
A.
Keep premises and public properties free from accumulations of waste materials and
rubbish.
B.
Wet down materials and rubbish to lay dust and prevent it from blowing.
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3.02
C.
At least once a week, or sooner if required, clean site and public properties, and dispose
of waste materials, debris and rubbish off the site in a legal manner. Remove combustible materials such as paper and cardboard daily.
D.
Provide on-site containers for collection of waste materials, debris and rubbish. Provide
a collection can at each location used as an eating area. Pick-up all garbage daily.
E.
Remove waste materials, debris and rubbish from site and legally dispose of at legal public or private dumping areas. Do not bury or burn waste materials at the site.
F.
Vacuum clean interior areas when ready to receive finish painting.
G.
Handle materials in a controlled manner with as few handlings as possible; do not drop or
throw materials from heights.
H.
Schedule cleaning operations so that dust and other contaminants resulting from cleaning process will not fall on wet, newly painted surfaces.
FINAL CLEANING
A.
Employ experienced workmen, or professional cleaners, for final cleaning.
B.
In preparation for Beneficial Occupancy, conduct final inspection of sight-exposed interior
and exterior surfaces, and of concealed spaces.
C.
Remove grease, mastic, adhesive, dust, dirt, stains, labels, fingerprints and other foreign
materials from sight-exposed finished surfaces; polish surfaces to shine finish.
D.
Repair, patch and touch up marred surfaces to specified finish to match adjacent surfaces.
E.
Broom clean paved surfaces; rake clean other surfaces of grounds.
F.
Keep Project clean until it is occupied by Phone Company.
G.
Wash and shine glazing and mirrors.
H.
Polish glossy surfaces to a clear shine.
I.
Ventilating systems:
1.
Clean permanent filters and replace disposable filters if units were operated during construction.
2.
Clean ducts, blowers, and coils if units were operated without filters during construction.
J.
If Contractor fails to clean up, Owner may do so and the cost thereof shall be charged to
the Contractor.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 02110
DEMOLITION
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
A.
1.02
The Contractor shall visit the job site and thoroughly acquaint himself with the existing
conditions before submitting his bid and shall perform all work as required whether
specifically shown or not.
PERMITS, ORDINANCES, ETC.
A.
1.04
Complete all demolition work as necessary and as shown on the drawings and specified
herein.
CONDITIONS AT SITE
A.
1.03
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
The Contractor shall procure and pay for all necessary permits and/or certificates required
to complete the work specified. Make any and all required notifications and comply with all
applicable Federal, State and Local ordinances.
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
General work shall not proceed until all protective work is placed as required to protect
the general public, the Owner's and other tenants’ activities, properties and personnel
from the hazards of the work. Noise, dust, etc., shall be kept to a minimum by careful
handling, dampening, etc., as required.
B.
The Contractor shall assume that Owner’s and other tenants’ equipment, supplies, etc.,
will be removed by the Owner's personnel, and shall otherwise accept the premises as he
finds them. Existing domestic water, sprinkler, sanitary work, electrical and other services
not shown or specified to be altered shall not be disturbed without express permission of
the Gas Company. Inadvertent disturbance thereof shall be repaired immediately. The
Gas Company shall be advised of the necessity of altering or removing such services not
less than 5 days prior to the time they must be altered or removed.
C.
Existing work damaged in the prosecution of this work shall be repaired, restored or
replaced to the original condition at the Contractor's expense.
D.
Demolition shall be done only by experienced workmen using appropriate tools and
equipment and provided with all necessary safeguards. Electrical and Mechanical
equipment shall be demolished and removed by the respective subcontractors.
All material, equipment, piping, ductwork, supports, etc., which is to be removed, shall
become the property of the Contractor unless otherwise indicated.
E.
F.
Any material that are suspected to be hazardous, lead or asbestos containing must be
tested by a certified testing laboratory before removal. All such material may be removed
only by following Federal, State and local rules and regulations for safe removal and
disposition.
2.00
PRODUCTS (NOT USED)
3.00
EXECUTION
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3.01
3.02
3.03
DEMOLITION
A.
Execute all demolition work in an orderly and careful manner with due consideration for
any existing structures, including any parts of the surrounding areas which are to remain.
Barricade and cover as necessary to protect pedestrians, workmen and adjacent
properties. Periodically sprinkle to allay dust. Protect any existing active service lines,
indicated or not.
B.
Keep all through lanes and drives clean and clear at all times.
C.
Conduct operations so as not to interfere with adjacent roads, streets, drives, walks,
service lines and the like.
D.
Disconnect any electric, telephone, gas, water, steam or other lines servicing the structure
per rules and regulations of authorities having jurisdiction, as specified, or as directed by
the Architect.
E.
Wherever the removal of any existing finished surface is required by the drawings, and/or
specifications, the Contractor shall make due allowance for finishing all unfinished
surfaces exposed as a result of such work.
F.
Surfaces where previously existing construction is removed due to this project shall be
fully covered, filled, sealed and finished to match the adjacent existing in material, method
of construction and fire resistance. Not all such repairs are indicated on the drawings, but
shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.
G.
All open ended portions of any remaining ducts, pipes, and conduits shall be properly
covered with like material covers, caps and J-boxes and cover.
H.
All fastenings, supports, hangers, etc., no longer required due to work removed under this
specification, shall be removed and surface damaged repaired.
DISPOSITION OF REMOVED MATERIAL
A.
All material removed under this contract, which is not to be salvaged or reused, shall
become the property of the Contractor and be promptly removed from the site. At all
times, use movable debris boxes, covered, to convey the material through the building.
Do not store or permit debris to accumulate on the site.
B.
Extreme care shall be exercised to prevent chipping, breakage, bending and mishandling
of all material.
C.
Unless instructed otherwise by the Owner, carefully disconnect and move the existing
generator and belly fuel tank set to the location designated by the Owner.
D.
Hazardous, lead or asbestos containing material must be disposed of only by following
Federal, State and local regulations.
CLEAN-UP
A.
Upon completion of demolition work, leave the property and adjacent areas clean and
satisfactory to the Architect and Owner's Representative.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 05500
METAL FABRICATIONS
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
SUMMARY
A.
1.02
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
All metal fabrications not specifically described in other Sections, but required for a complete and operable facility.
RELATED SECTIONS
A.
CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE - Section 03300
1.03 QUALITY ASSURANCE
1.04
A.
Qualifications of Welders: Use only welders qualified by American Welding Society and
approved by the Local Jurisdiction, and the shielded arch process for all welding performed in connection with metal fabrications.
B.
Qualifications of fabricator: Use only fabricator qualified as specified in the construction
plans and notes.
C.
Codes and Standards: In addition to complying with all pertinent codes and regulation,
comply with:
1.
"Specification for Design, Fabrication and Erection of Structural Steel for Buildings: of the American Institute of Steel Construction.
2.
"Code for Welding in Building Construction" of the American Welding Society.
AWS D1.1 Code for structural steel and AWS D1.4 for cold-rolled light gauge
metal.
D.
Conflicting Requirements: Coordinate installation of accessory items required for metal
fabrications. In event of conflict between pertinent codes and regulations and requirements of referenced standards or these Specifications, provisions of more stringent shall
govern.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Shop Drawings:
1.
Prior to start metal fabrication, Shop Drawings shall be submitted to the Architect,
for review in accordance with Section 01340 – SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT
DATA AND SAMPLES.
2.
Show all locations, markings, quantities, materials, sizes and shapes and indicate all methods of connecting, anchoring, fasting, bracing and attaching to Work
of other trades.
B.
Proof of Compliance: Upon completion of metal fabrications and as a condition of acceptance for this Section, deliver to the Architect a letter signed by an official of metal fabrication and installing firm or firms certifying that all metal fabrications were furnished and
installed in complete accordance with this Section.
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1.05
PRODUCT HANDLING
A.
Protection: Use all means necessary to protect metal fabrications before, during and after installation and to protect installed work and materials of all other trades.
B.
Replacements: In event of damage, immediately make all repairs and replacements necessary to satisfaction of the Architect and at no additional cost to the Owner.
2.00 PRODUCTS
2.01
2.02
MATERIALS
A.
Structural Steel Shapes: ASTM A36, A992.
B.
Steel Pipe: Steel pipe for pipe columns, and other structural purposes shall conform to
ASTM A 53, Type E or S, Grade B, as required.
C.
Square and Rectangular Steel Tubing: Steel tubing for structural purposes shall be carbon
steel conforming to ASTM A501 Grade B (Fy-46 ksi)
D.
Steel Bolts: All bolts and nuts shall be as specified on drawings new, free from rust, high
strength or standard and conforming to requirements of ASTM A325 or A307, Grade A,
with bolt head and nut dimensions conforming to ANSI B 18.2.1.
E.
Rolled Steel Plates and Shapes: Shapes and plates shall conform to ASTM A 36, except
for plates to be bent or cold-formed.
ELECTRODES
A.
2.03
All arc welding electrodes used shall be only those specifically recommended for purpose
by the American Welding Society (AWS).
GALVANIZING
A.
All exterior steel fabrications as indicated on Drawings, shall be hot-dipped galvanized
after fabrication with ASTM A123 zinc minimum surface 2 ounces per square foot of surface. Fastenings shall have ASTM A153 zinc coating.
B.
Touch-up for galvanizing shall be "All State" No. 321 galvanizing power (30% tin, 30%
zinc, 40% lead and flux).
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
SURFACE CONDITIONS
A.
Examination:
1.
Prior to start metal fabrications, carefully examine installed Work of all other
trades and verify that all such Work is complete to the point where fabrication
and installation of products of this Section may properly commence.
2.
Make all required measurements in field to ensure proper and adequate fit of
metal fabrications.
3.
Verify that metal fabrications may be fabricated and installed in strict accordance
with original design and approved Shop Drawings.
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B.
3.02
FABRICATION
A.
3.03
Discrepancies:
1.
In event of discrepancy, immediately notify the Architect.
2.
Do not proceed with fabrication or installation in areas of discrepancy until all
such discrepancies have fully resolved.
General Requirements:
Compliance: Fabricate in strict accordance with reviewed Shop Drawings and
1.
referenced standards.
Prefabrication: Insofar as possible, shop prefabricate all items complete and
2.
ready for installation.
Welding: Unless otherwise indicated on Drawings, weld all shop connections.
3.
4.
Make all joints and intersections of metal tight fitting and securely fastened.
5.
Make all Work square, plumb, straight and true.
Holes: Drill or punch all holes required for attachment of Work of other trades
6.
and for bolted connections prior to galvanizing. Burned holes are not acceptable.
ERECTION
A.
Coordination: Coordinate installation schedule with schedules of other trades to ensure
orderly and timely progress of the total Work.
B.
General:
1.
Contractor shall verify all measurements and shall take all field measurement
necessary before fabrication. Welding to or on structural steel shall be in accordance with AWS D1.1.
2.
Exposed fastenings shall be compatible materials, shall generally match in color
and finish, and shall harmonize with materials to which fastenings are applied.
Materials and parts necessary to complete each item, even though such work is
not definitely indicated or specified such as braces, connections and other items
necessary for completion of metal fabrications shall be provided. Necessary rebates, lugs and brackets shall be provided so that Work can be assembly in a
neat and substantial manner.
3.
Holes for bolts and screws shall be drilled or punched. Poor matching of holes
shall be cause for rejection. Fastenings shall be concealed where practicable.
Thickness of metal and detail of assembly and supports shall give ample strength
and stiffness. Joints exposed to weather shall be formed to exclude water.
C.
Anchorage: Anchorage shall be provided where necessary for fastening miscellaneous
metal items securely in place. Anchorage not otherwise specified or indicated shall includes slotted inserts, expansion shields, and powder-driven fasteners when approved
for concrete; drilled anchors and through bolts for masonry; machine and carriage bolts
for steel; through bolts, lag bolts; and screws for wood. Slotted inserts shall be of types
required to engage with anchors.
D.
Dissimilar Metals: Where dissimilar metals are in contact, or where aluminum is in contract with concrete, mortar, masonry, wet or pressure-treated wood, or absorptive materials subject to wetting, surfaces shall be protected with a coat of bituminous paint conforming to FS TT-V-51 to prevent galvanic or corrosive action.
E.
Workmanship: Metal fabrications shall be well formed to shape and size, with shape
lines and angles and true curves. Drilling and punching shall produce clean true lines
and surfaces. Welding shall be continuous along entire area of contact, except where
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tack welding is permitted. Exposed surfaces of work in place shall have a smooth finish,
and exposed riveting shall be flush. Where tight fits are required, joints shall be milled to
a close fit. Corner joints shall be coped or mitered, well formed, and in true alignment.
Work shall be accurately set to established lines and elevations and securely fastened in
place. Work shall be executed and finished in accordance with approved Drawings, cuts,
details and samples.
F.
Manufactured Items: Manufactured items shall be installed per directions of manufacturer.
G.
Codes and Tolerances: Erect and install all metal fabrications in strict accordance with
Drawings, the reviewed Shop Drawings, and referenced standards, aligning straight,
plumb and level.
H.
Touching Up:
1.
After erection and installation is complete, touch up all finish paint damaged during transportation and erection.
2.
Touch up imperfections in galvanized work with material specified herein.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 06100
ROUGH CARPENTRY
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
1.02
1.03
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
A.
Furnish all labor, materials, equipment, appliances and services necessary for the
execution and completion of all rough carpentry work as indicated on the drawings and/or
herein specified.
B.
Not all items mentioned in this section apply to this project. Existing building is of wood
frame construction including wood ceiling joist in the restroom and shower room area.
Contractor shall use this section as a guide for items which are applicable to this project.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Requirements of regulatory agencies:
1.
In addition to complying with other legal requirements, comply with:
a.
UL procedures for fire-rated construction.
b.
Preservative-treated materials: Identified with American Lumber
Standards Committee-recognized agency’s quality mark and AWPA
applicable standard.
B.
Referenced specifications and standards:
1.
AFPA: Manual for Wood Frame Construction.
2.
ASTM: A153 Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel Hardware.
3.
ASTM: A307 Carbon Steel Bolts and Studs, 60,000 psi Tensile Strength.
4.
ASTM: A563 Carbon and Alloy Steel Nuts.
5.
ASTM: A653 Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) and Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated
(Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dip Process.
6.
ASTM: F1554 Anchor Bolts, Stele, 36, 55, and 105-ksi Yield Strength.
7.
AWPA: C9 Plywood - Preservative Treatment by Pressure Processes.
8.
AWPA: C15 Wood for Commercial-Residential Construction - Preservative
Treatment by Pressure Processes.
9.
AWPA: C20 Structural Lumber - Fire Retardant Treatment by Pressure
Processes.
10.
AWPA: C27 Plywood - Fire Retardant Treatment by Pressure Processes.
11.
NIST: PS 1 For Construction and Industrial Plywood.
C.
Grading rules: Identify lumber and plywood with grade mark and inspecting agency
symbol showing mill name or number; lumber grade; species, species grouping, or
combination designation; rules under which graded; where applicable; and condition of
seasoning at time of manufacture.
1.
Except as modified in this Section, comply with NIST PS 20.
a.
Stress grades: In accord with Grading Rules.
b.
Framing lumber: In accord with Grading Rules.
2.
Plywood: APA trademarked, NIST PS 1.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Product data: Manufacturer’s literature for pressure treatment materials.
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B.
1.04
1.05
1.06
Certificates: Certification from treatment processor that treated materials meet specified
requirements.
PRODUCT HANDLING
A.
Secure delivery of lumber and plywood at the latest possible date to protect lumber and
plywood from acquiring increased moisture content.
B.
Stack lumber and plywood using blocking to allow free circulation of air.
C.
Protect lumber and plywood at all times from direct wetting and moisture.
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Sequencing and scheduling:
1.
Coordinate and sequence application, erection, or installation of work with
adjacent or integral materials, products, and work specified in other Sections.
2.
Order specified materials, products, prefabricated work, and similar items with
extended long led (ordering) times, sufficiently in advance of scheduled
application, installation, or erection dates to permit required shop or field
alteration, modification, or finishing and not delay scheduled progress of the
Work.
B.
The existing building is frame with lumber which are over 70 years old. Contractor shall
look for any sign of dry rot or termite damages and report to the Gas Company project
manager for decision on remedy.
MISCELLANEOUS WORK
A.
Contractor shall review the drawings and this Specification, and any work not specifically
mentioned in other sections of this Specification shall be executed under this Section.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
MATERIALS
A.
Manufacture lumber, timber, and plywood in accord with specified grading rules.
Plywood: Conventional veneer construction in accord with NIST PS 1, and as indicated
on Drawings, APA trademarked. Do not use composite, oriented strand, and similar type
panels.
Structural use panels including subflooring: Unless indicated otherwise on
1.
Drawings, provide APA Structural I rated sheathing, Exterior. Provide equivalent
grade with “sanded face” where direct application of resilient finish flooring is
indicated.
Nonstructural use panels:
2.
a.
Unless indicated otherwise on Drawings, provide A-C Exterior for
exposed locations.
Exposed decorative sheathing: Where indicated on Drawings at
b.
exposed ceilings and soffits, provide texture T111-303-6W plywood.
c.
Unless indicated otherwise on Drawings, provide APA C-D Exterior
(CDX) for concealed locations.
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d.
Unless indicated otherwise on Drawings, provide APA C-C Plugged
Exterior (or better) with “sanded face” for nonstructural
subflooring/underlayment where direct application of resilient finish
flooring is indicated.
B.
Nails, screws, bolts, nuts, and washers:
Anchor bolts, washers, and nuts: ASTM F1554, Grade 36 (ASTM A307, Grade
1.
C), ASTM F844, and ASTM A563, Grade A.
2.
Other fasteners: In accord with AFPA National Design Specification for Wood
Construction and as indicated on Drawings. Do not use box nails and sinkers.
3.
Finish:
Exposed locations: Hot-dip galvanized in accord with ASTM A153. Use
a.
stainless steel where indicated.
Concealed locations, protected from weather or moisture: Unfinished.
b.
Pressure-treated wood: Hot-dip galvanized steel, stainless steel, or
c.
silicon-bronze materials. Do not use aluminum.
C.
Framing devices: Types indicated on Drawings.
1.
12 gauge and thicker: Provide hot-dip galvanized finish after fabrication
equivalent to not less than G90 coating in accord with ASTM A653. Do not use
“standard” G60, other “prefabrication” galvanized coatings, and paint primers.
2.
Thinner than 12 gauge: Provide with “prefabrication” galvanized finish equivalent
to G185 in accord with ASTM A653. Do not use “standard” G60 galvanized
coatings.
D.
Flashing paper: 2-ply reinforced waterproof Kraft paper, 6 in. wide strips.
E.
Sheathing paper: Nonperforated, asphalt-saturated organic felt conforming to ASTM
D226, Type I (No. 15), or Owner-approved equivalent asphalt-saturated glass fiber felt.
Adhesive: For floor sheathing, conform to APA AFG-01 or ASTM D3498, high-strength,
water-resistant types designated for use at “exterior locations. Provide water-based,
solvent-free, or low-VOC types, in lieu of solvent and flammable types, where possible.
2.02
PRESERVATIVE-TREATED WOOD
A.
Location and use: Except where fire-retardant treatment is specifically indicated on
Drawings or required by Code:
1.
Use preservative-treated wood for all members which abut to concrete or
masonry, including sill plates on concrete, all locations exposed to weather or
moisture, and all wood members within 6 in. of (earth) grade.
2.
All exterior and interior exposed locations.
B.
Standards: Pressure-type treatments only; surface-applied, nonpressure, and similar
type treatments are not acceptable.
C.
Treatment types:
1.
Water-borne preservatives conforming to AWPA P5 (CCA, ACA, or ACZA) that
can provide clean, paintable/stainable, odorless dry surfaces, especially where
exposed to view.
2.
Do not allow incising marks on surfaces exposed to view.
3.
Treatment retention rates shall be as required by conditions of location and
exposure, in accord with AWPA C15,.
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D.
2.03
After treatment, kiln dry lumber to maximum moisture content as follows:
a.
Dimensional lumber:
b.
Plywood: 15%.
Job site treatment: Conform to requirements of AWPA M4.
FIRE-RETARDANT TREATMENT
A.
Location and use:
1.
Plywood roof sheathing.
2.
Backing, blocking, nailers and similar items at roofs.
3.
All other locations specifically indicated on Drawings as FRT or required by
Code.
B.
Standards:
Lumber: AWPA C1 and C20 (except listing in AWPA P17 is not required).
1.
Plywood: AWPA C1 and C27 (except listing in AWPA P17 is not required.
2.
3.
Provide all fire-retardant treated lumber and plywood with treater’s brand,
designation of treatment, and UL classification mark indicating:
a.
Flame spread of 25 or less when tested in accord with ASTM E84, 30minute duration. The UL designation FR-S will be accepted in lieu of
numerical ratings.
b.
No increase in fire hazard classification following exposure to Standard
Rain Test (ASTM D2898, Method A).
4.
C.
Provide inspection and inspector's report for fire-retardant treated products in
accord with AWPA M2.
Treatment types: Pressure-type treatments only. Do not use surface-applied,
nonpressure, and similar type treatments.
1.
After treatment, kiln dry to maximum moisture content as follows:
a.
Dimensional lumber: 19%.
b.
Plywood: 15%.
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
WORKMANSHIP
A.
Conform to AFPA National Design Specification for Wood Construction and AFPA
Manual for Wood Frame Construction, except as indicated otherwise on Drawings or
specified herein.
B.
Construct walls straight and plumb, and with cuts accurately made for full bearing of
members. Set joists and rafters crown-up. Accurately space members and securely nail,
screw, bolt, bridge, block, and truss as indicated or required to produce a rigid structure.
C.
Do not cut or notch members, except as indicated on Drawings, permitted by Owner for
specific conditions, or as herein specified.
1.
Notches or holes in joists or rafters not over 1/5 depth of member, provided
distance the notch or hole is located from end is at least three times depth of
member.
2.
Notches in sill plates over 1/3 width of member only if anchorage is provided on
each side of notch as required for ends of pieces.
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3.
3.02
3.03
D.
Do not use pipes exceeding 1/3 plate width in bearing and shear walls, except as
indicated on Drawings.
E.
Do not allow openings or holes of any kind in shear panels, except as indicated on
Drawings.
NAILING
A.
Where nailing has a tendency to split wood, drill pilot holes slightly smaller than diameter
of shank of nail being used. Remove and replace structural members which have been
split or otherwise materially damaged.
B.
Provide nailing for structural connections as indicated on Drawings. Provide nailing of
approved sizes and types, and of sufficient size to draw and rigidly secure members in
place.
C.
Use finishing nails for exposed finish members. Set heads for putty.
D.
Generally, screws and other type connectors shall be concealed from view in finished
work.
FRAMING ANCHORS
A.
3.04
3.05
Holes for pipes, provided holes are neatly drilled at centerline of stud or top
plates. Do not notch edges of studs.
Provide framing anchors as indicated on Drawings and as required to complete work. Fill
all holes with proper size nails.
1.
Conceal all sheet metal framing anchors within finish work. If there is a conflict in
detail or intent, consult Owner for alternate anchorage method.
BOLTS AND SCREWS
A.
Bolts: Install bolts in holes bored with a bit 1/32 in. larger than nominal diameter of bolt.
Tighten bolts, and retighten just prior to covering with other work.
B.
Washers: Provide washers under head and nut of bolts. When indicated on Drawings,
provide steel plate washers; otherwise, provide standard steel-cut washers.
C.
Screws: Bore hole for screw to same size and depth of shank, then continue hole to
depth equal to length of screw with diameter of hole same as root diameter of screw.
Drive with screwdriver (not hammer) to penetration of 2/3 screw length, or 8 diameters
into far timber.
SETTING SILL PLATES
A.
Bearing walls: Set to 1 in. minimum thick bed of dry-tamp cement grout as follows:
1.
Set on wood wedges, true to line and level, with anchor bolts and washers. Set
nuts reasonably tight.
2.
Firmly tamp cement grout into place, filling voids. When grout has set 24 hours,
remove wedges, pack voids with cement grout, and set nuts tight and secure.
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B.
3.06
3.07
Nonbearing walls: Set to 1/2 in. minimum thick bed of trowel spread, wet-mix cement
grout. Except for walls on curbs, anchor sill plates directly to concrete with powder bolts
spaced 9 in. from each end and not to exceed 32 in. o.c., with washers set firmly to wood,
or per construction drawings.
STUDDING AND FRAMING
A.
Studs: Provide sizes indicated on Drawings and, except as specified otherwise, spaced
16 in. o.c.
1.
Provide double studs at openings and triple studs at corners; all full length, or per
drawings.
2.
Bolt studs against concrete or masonry walls with 1/2 in. bolts; one at 9 in. from
each end and one at each row of fire blocking.
B.
Plates: Provide double at top and single bottom for nonbearing walls, or as indicated on
Drawings.
1.
Lap plates as far as practical, but not less than 4 ft. except provide special laps
as indicated on Drawings. Lap corners.
2.
Do not use laps in walls 8 ft. long or less.
C.
Stud and plate nailing: As indicated on Drawings.
D.
Lintels: For openings 3 ft.-6 in. and over, provide double studs on edge or lintel beams
as indicated on Drawings. Provide minimum of one cripple under each end of lintel.
E.
Solid blocking: Provide 2 in. continuous solid blocking between rafters and joists at all
bearings with nail, or as indicated on Drawings.
F.
Bridging: Provide 2 x 3 "X" bridging between joists at spacing, or as indicated on
Drawings. Cut ends on diagonal for full bearing. Omit bridging for rafters and ceiling
joists 8 in. or less in depth.
G.
Bracing: Long-angle brace stud partitions not braced with sheathing or let-in braces at
intervals of 25 ft. in two directions, with cut-in bridging (same size of studs) run at angle of
approximately 45°. Use toe-nail each end of cut-in bridging with 2 - 10d.
H.
Fire blocking: Provide 2 in. nominal solid blocking at top, bottom, mid-height, changes in
ceiling levels, and at other locations as indicated on Drawings. Use toe-nail each end
with 2 - 10d.
I.
Backing: Provide solid blocking and backing for fixtures, appliances, furniture, cabinets,
or other items to be secured to walls. Provide backing (blocking) as required to secure
lath at ceilings.
J.
Openings: Provide headers and trimmers as required for openings, including recesses
for equipment.
SHEATHING
A.
Provide plywood sheathing for roof, ceiling, shear panels, and subflooring at locations
indicated on Drawings.
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B.
3.08
3.09
Install sheathing joints parallel to and centered over supports. Provide at least one
bearing between joints in adjoining sheets, and at least one sheet between joints on
same bearing.
FURRING AND STRIPPING
A.
Provide furring and stripping at locations indicated on Drawings.
B.
Sleepers: Provide sleepers for flooring at locations indicated on Drawings.
TONGUE AND GROOVE SHEATHING
A.
Install dry sheathing only; installation of wet or damp sheathing is not permitted. Drive
edges tight with driving blocks and toe-nailing. Face nail boards to bearings as indicated
on Drawings. Use annular thread nails. Make end joints at bearings only. Provide one
full through-board between end joints on same bearing. Do not deface soffit. Remove
and redrive all "shiners".
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 06200
FINISH CARPENTRY AND MILLWORK
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
1.02
A.
Work included: Finish carpentry and millwork.
B.
Related work specified elsewhere:
Section 09260: Gypsum Wallboard system.
1.
Section 09900: Painting.
2.
C.
Work installed but furnished in other Sections:
Section 08700: Finish Hardware.
1.
Section 08100: Steel doors and frames.
2.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
1.03
Reference specifications and standards:
1.
WIC, Manual of Millwork 1988, Woodwork Institute of California.
2.
PS 1, Softwood Plywood/Construction and Industrial.
3.
NEMA, LD-3, high-pressure laminated plastic.
SUBMITTALS
A.
1.04
Not applicable
PRODUCT HANDLING
A.
Do not deliver finish carpentry and millwork materials until wet finish operations are
complete, building interior is at equilibrium relative humidity and at a uniform minimum
o
temperature of 60 F.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
MATERIALS
2.02
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
A.
Fasteners: Nails, pins, rings, screws, bolts and adhesives of types required for shop joinery
and field installation. Galvanize fasteners for exterior use.
B.
Miscellaneous materials: As hereinafter specified, as shown, and as necessary to complete
this Work.
FABRICATION
A.
Anchorage products shall be furnished and attached to or delivered with the manufactured
products.
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3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
INSPECTION
A.
3.02
Inspect surfaces to which Work is to be applied. Verify dimensions at the Project Site when
fabricated materials are required to conform to and fit adjacent building surfaces. Correct
unsuitable conditions before proceeding with installation.
INSTALLATION
A.
Installation of doors, frames and finish hardware:
1.
Install doors complete with hardware indicated and as specified in Section 08710 Finish Hardware. Install to operate without sticking or binding.
Surface mounted hardware: Drill pilot holes for screws. Make holes accurately and
2.
neatly from template or the finish hardware.
3.
Prepare and fit hardware; remove same except butts, and reinstall and adjust after
field-applied finish is completed.
4.
Refer to Section 08710 - Finish Hardware for additional installation requirements.
5.
Fit all hardware to fully conform to standard procedure, in compliance with legal
requirements, and to the manufacturer's directions.
6.
Install doors in conformance with NWMA requirements and door manufacturer.
a.
Fit doors square and plumb to frames with due allowance for possible
swelling and shrinking, 1/8 in. clearance between door and frame at top,
lock, and hinge stiles, 1/2 in. clearance at sill unless shown otherwise.
7.
Adjust all ADA accessible doors with closers so that operation effort does not
exceed 5 lbs.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 07210
BUILDING INSULATION
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
A.
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
Work included: Building insulation.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
MATERIALS
A.
Acceptable manufacturers: Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp. (OCF), U. S. Gypsum Co.
(USG), Manville Corp. (M-C) or Certainteed.
B.
Sound and thermal insulation: All insulation materials including facings, such as vapor
barriers or breather papers installed within walls, shall have a flame-spread rating not to
exceed 25 and a smoke density not to exceed 450 when tested in accordance with U.B.C.
Standard No. 42-1. Material shall be of sufficient thickness to provide insulation value as
follows:
R-13
R-19
R-30
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
INSTALLATION
at interior wall typical 3-1/2" thick
at exterior wall typical 5-1/2" thick
at underside of roof typical 8-1/4" thick
A.
Examine areas which receive insulation to insure protection against inclement weather
during and after installation. Examine space allocated for insulation for proper depth to
receive material. Correct unsuitable conditions before proceeding with installation.
B.
Fit insulation snugly between framing. Maintain integrity of insulation over entire area to
be insulated. Insulate small areas between closely spaced framing members. Carefully
cut and fit insulation around pipes, conduits, and other obstructions. Do not compress
insulation in excess of 10%. Extend insulation full thickness over entire surface to be
insulated.
C.
Install insulation between framing with a friction fit. Provide wires at ceiling insulation to
prevent sagging.
D.
Sound stop insulation shall be laid on top of suspended ceiling system and cut around
ceiling fixtures. Provide additional suspension wires as required to prevent ceiling from
sagging.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 07543
MECHANICALLY - ATTACHED
THERMOPLASTIC (PVC) MEMBRANE ROOFING
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
A.
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this section.
Scope
Install a mechanically attached thermoplastic (PVC) membrane roof system, including,
but not limited to self-adhered air barrier, isocyanurate insulation (including flute-fill),
DensDeck barrier board, PVC membrane flashings, PVC coated metal edge/fascia
flashings, ACQ treated wood blocking and other components to comprise a weathertight
roof system. The roof system shall comply with the herein specified roofing
manufacturer’s standard written and detail requirements. Note: Sika Sarnafil products
and system installation requirements have been utilized as the basis of design for this
project.
B.
Related Work
The work includes but is not necessarily limited to the installation of:
1.
ACQ Treated Wood Blocking/Nailers (By Others).
2.
Modified Bitumen Self-Adhered Air Barrier
3.
Isocyanurate Insulation Flute-Fill
4.
Isocyanurate Insulation (1.5” / R-9.0).
5.
DensDeck Barrier Board (1/4”)
6.
Polyester Reinforced PVC Membrane (60-mil / Maximum 5.0’ Width).
7.
Fiberglass Reinforced PVC Flashing Membrane (60-mil).
8.
Attachment Plates and Fasteners.
9.
Flashing Membrane Adhesive.
10.
Metal Flashings.
11.
Equipment Access/Walkway Membrane (96-mil).
12.
Sealants.
13.
Roof Drains/Scuppers (By Others).
1.02
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
The roofing system shall be applied only by a Contractor authorized by the specified
Roofing Manufacturer prior to bid. The Contractor shall have a minimum of two (2) years
documented experience with the Roofing Manufacturer. The So Cal Gas Company
(SCGC) Representative reserves the right to request a list of completed jobs and
references to verify work and performance.
B.
The Roofing Manufacturer shall have directly produced the specified membrane for the
number of years equal to, or greater than that of the warranty term (20 years). The
membrane shall have also maintained a consistent formulation for the same number of
years. Re-labeled / re-packaged ("Private-labeled”) primary and flashing membranes will
not be accepted.
C.
Upon completion of the installation and and the delivery to the Roofing Manufacturer by
the Contractor of a certification that all work has been done in strict accordance with the
contract specifications and the Roofing Manufacturer’s requirements, an inspection shall
be made by Technical Representative of the Roofing Manufacturer to review the installed
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roof system.
D.
There shall be no deviation made from the project specification and details without prior
written approval by the Owner’s Representative and the Roofing Manufacturer.
E.
All work pertaining to the installation of the PVC membrane and flashings shall only be
completed by Contractor personnel trained and authorized by the Roofing Manufacturer in
those procedures.
1.03
1.04
PRE-INSTALLATION MEETING
A.
Arrange for a Pre-Installation Meeting between the Applicator, Architect, So Cal Gas
Company Representative(s), Roofing Manufacturer's Representative, and related trades
to be held at least two (2) weeks prior to the beginning of roof system installation.
B.
Review contract documents, manufacturer's instructions, project conditions, and
proposed methods and procedures related to installation.
1.
Identify conditions that would be detrimental to proper installation.
2.
Review special details, corner conditions, drainage patterns, penetrations and
similar conditions of adjacent construction that will affect or impact surface
preparation and installation operations.
3.
Review substrates and surfaces to receive materials in order to verify compliance
with specified requirements, and with manufacturer's substrate tolerance
recommendations and surface preparation requirements, including flatness,
levelness, damage and imperfections, and quality of attachment to structure.
4.
Review limitations of roof deck for structural loading both during and after
installation.
C.
Review governing regulations and specified requirements for certificates, inspection,
reports and closeout submittals.
D.
Review sequence of installation, finalize construction schedule, and verify availability of
delays.
E.
Review temporary protection procedures required to be followed to provide protection of
stored and installed products and accessories both during and after installation. A
protection layer consisting of plywood over polyester felt or plywood over insulation board
is required for all new and existing roof areas which receive rooftop traffic during
construction.
F.
The SCGC Representative shall record significant meeting discussions, agreements and
disagreements, including required corrective measures and actions to be taken before
work begins. Distribute copy of minutes to Architect and Applicator, to each party present,
and to parties who should have been present no later than three (3) business days
following the meeting.
G.
Do not proceed with installation until all attendees, including all parties who should have
been present, provide written acknowledgement of receipt and agreement to the
conditions and requirements as described in the "Meeting Minutes".
SUBMITTALS
At the time of contract award, the Contractor/Applicator shall submit to the SCGC
Representative the following. All submittals which do not conform to the following
requirements will be rejected.
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A.
List of each primary component to be used in the roof system and the Manufacturer's
current literature for each component.
B.
Sample copy of Roofing Manufacturer's warranty.
C.
Sample copy of Contractor's warranty.
D.
Letter from Roofing Manufacturer confirming that the Contractor is an authorized
applicator of the specified roof system and is in compliance with the requirements of
Section 1.02 A.
E.
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
CODE REQUIREMENTS
The applicator shall submit evidence that the proposed roof system meets the requirements of the
local building code and has been tested and approved or listed by the following test organizations.
These requirements are minimum standards and no roofing work shall commence without written
documentation of the system’s compliance, as required in the “Submittals” section of this
Specification.
1.06
A.
Factory Mutual Research Corporation (FM) - Norwood, MA
1.
Class 1-90 (attachment criteria only)
B.
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. - Northbrook, IL
1.
Class A assembly
PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
All products delivered to the job site shall be in the original unopened containers or
wrappings bearing all seals and approvals.
B.
Handle all materials to prevent damage. Place all materials on pallets and fully protect
from moisture.
C.
Membrane rolls shall be stored lying down on pallets and fully protected from the weather
with clean canvas tarpaulins. Unvented polyethylene tarpaulins are not accepted due to
the accumulation of moisture beneath the tarpaulin in certain weather conditions which
may affect the ease of membrane weldability.
D.
All adhesives shall be stored at temperatures between 40°F (5°C) and 80° F (27°C).
E.
All flammable materials shall be stored in a cool, dry area away from sparks and open
flames. Follow precautions outlined on containers or supplied by material
manufacturer/supplier.
F.
All materials which are determined to be damaged by the SCGC Representative or
Roofing Manufacturer are to be removed from the job site and replaced at no cost to the
Owner.
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1.07
JOB CONDITIONS
A.
PVC materials may be installed under certain adverse weather conditions but only after
consultation with the Roofing Manufacturer, as installation time and system integrity may
be affected.
B.
Only as much of the new roofing as can be made weathertight each day, including all
flashing and detail work, shall be installed. All seams shall be cleaned and heat-welded
before leaving the job site that day.
C.
All work shall be scheduled and executed without exposing the interior building areas to
the effects of inclement weather. The existing building and its contents shall be protected
against all risks.
D.
All surfaces to receive new flute-fill, rigid insulation, barrier board, membrane or flashings
shall be dry. Should surface moisture occur, the Applicator shall provide the necessary
equipment to dry the surface prior to application.
E.
All new and temporary construction, including equipment and accessories, shall be
secured in such a manner as to preclude wind blow-off and subsequent roof or equipment
damage.
F.
Uninterrupted water-stops shall be installed at the end of each day’s work and shall be
completely removed before proceeding with the next day’s work. Water-stops shall not
emit dangerous or unsafe fumes and shall not remain in contact with the finished roof as
the installation progresses. Contaminated membrane shall be replaced at no cost to the
So Cal Gas Company.
G.
The Applicator is cautioned that certain PVC membranes are incompatible with asphalt,
coal tar, heavy oils, roofing cements, creosote and some preservative materials. Such
materials shall not remain in contact with PVC membranes. The Applicator shall consult
the Roofing Manufacturer regarding compatibility, precautions and recommendations.
H.
Arrange work sequence to avoid use of newly constructed roofing as a walking surface or
for equipment movement and storage. Where such access is absolutely required, the
General Contractor shall provide all necessary protection and barriers to segregate the
work area and to prevent damage to adjacent areas. A substantial protection layer
consisting of plywood over polyester felt or plywood over insulation board shall be
provided for all new and existing roof areas which receive rooftop traffic during
construction. The SCGC Representative shall designate a single-source, responsible
party to oversee the protection of all in-progress and/or completed roof sections for the
duration of this project. In the event that any “trade-damage” should occur, the designee
shall immediately notify all parties involved to determine the corrective steps to be taken.
No roofing work shall proceed until all “trade-damage” items have been resolved to the
satisfaction of the Roofing Manufacturer and the SCGC Representative.
I.
Prior to and during application, all dirt, debris and dust shall be removed from surfaces by
vacuuming, sweeping, blowing with compressed air and/or similar methods.
J.
The Applicator shall follow all safety regulations as required by OSHA and any other
applicable authority having jurisdiction.
K.
All roofing, insulation, flashings and metal work removed during construction shall be
immediately taken off site to a legal dumping area authorized to receive such materials.
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Hazardous materials, such as materials containing asbestos, are to be removed and
disposed of in strict accordance with applicable City, State and Federal requirements.
1.08
L.
All new roofing waste material (i.e., scrap roof membrane, empty cans of adhesive) shall
be immediately removed from the site by the Applicator and properly transported to a
legal dumping area authorized to receive such material.
M.
The Applicator shall take precautions that storage and/or application of materials and/or
equipment does not overload the roof deck or building structure.
N.
The Applicator shall verify that all roof drain lines are functioning correctly (not clogged or
blocked) before starting work. Applicator shall report any such blockages in writing to the
SCGC Representative for corrective action prior to installation of the roof system.
O.
Applicator shall immediately stop work if any unusual or concealed condition is discovered
and shall immediately notify the SCGC Representative of such condition in writing.
P.
Site cleanup, including both interior and exterior building areas which have been affected
by construction, shall be completed daily to the SCGC Representative’s satisfaction.
Q.
All landscaped areas damaged by construction activities shall be repaired at no cost to
the So Cal Gas Company.
R.
Prior to starting the roof system installation, the Applicator shall conduct fastener pullout
tests in accordance with the latest revision of the ANSI/SPRI Fastener Pullout Standard to
help verify condition of deck/substrate and to confirm expected pullout values.
U.
Precautions shall be taken when using adhesives at or near rooftop vents or air intakes.
Adhesive odors could enter the building. Coordinate the operation of vents and air
intakes in such a manner as to avoid the intake of adhesive odor while ventilating the
building. Keep lids on unused cans at all times.
BIDDING REQUIREMENTS
A.
Bidders Responsibility
Bidders must have held their Roofing Contractors License (C-39) for a minimum of five
(5) years to qualify to bid on this project. Any discrepancy between measurements and
conditions listed within this specification, roof plans, and details, and those actually
incurred on the job will be the responsibility of the Applicator.
1.09
WARRANTIES
A.
Sika Sarnafil 20 Year System Warranty / 100 MPH Windspeed Coverage
Upon successful completion of all the work to Sika Sarnafil's and the So Cal Gas
Company Representative’s satisfaction, the 20 Year System Warranty shall be issued.
The System Warranty shall cover the roof membrane, all associated accessories that
comprise the roof system, and all contractor labor. The warranty shall be non-prorated,
and shall not exclude ponding/standing water and no time limit shall be assigned for any
such ponding/standing water during the warranty term, 20 years. The Warranty shall
cover wind speed up to 100 MPH (based on non-sustained, three (3) second gusts).
B.
Roofing Contractor Two (2) Year Warranty
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The Contractor shall supply the So Cal Gas Company with a separate two (2) year
workmanship warranty. In the event any work related to the roofing system is found to be
within the Contractor warranty term, defective or otherwise not in accordance with the
Contract Documents, the Contractor shall repair that defect at no cost to the So Cal Gas
Company.
C.
“Early Bird” warranties are not to be issued as they will not be accepted by the So Cal Gas
Company. The above specified Warranty will be issued only upon acceptance by the
Roofing Manufacturer’s Technical Department and the SCGC Representative’s final
approval.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
GENERAL
2.02
A.
The components of the Mechanically-Attached PVC roof system are to be products of
Sarnafil as indicated on the Detail Drawings and specified in the Contract Documents.
B.
Components to be used that are other than those supplied or manufactured by Sarnafil
may be submitted for review and acceptance. Acceptance of any other product is only for
a determination of compatibility with PVC products and not for inclusion in the warranty.
The specifications, installation instructions, limitations, and/or restrictions of the respective
manufacturers must be reviewed by the SCGC Representative for acceptability for the
intended use with the specified products.
APPROVED MANUFACTURER AND MEMBRANE
A.
SARNAFIL, Cypress, CA: Local Contact (562) 397-6593.
B.
27" Membrane: Polyester reinforced membrane with an integral lacquer coating to repel
dirt and sustain long-term solar reflectivity.
C.
Membrane shall be manufactured by Extrusion/Spread Coating process only, producing a
monolithic membrane with fully encapsulated polyester reinforcement layer and minimum
30-mils of weathering polymer above the polyester reinforcement.
D.
Membrane shall conform to ASTM D4434 (latest revision), “Standard for Polyvinyl
Chloride Sheet Roofing”. Classification: Type III (polyester reinforcement).
E.
Roofing Manufacturer shall certify in writing that the product supplied for this project has a
minimum overall polymer thickness of 60 mils (±2 mils). ASTM +/- tolerance for
membrane thickness is not accepted.
F.
Membrane shall comply with California Building Code (CBC) Title 24, Section 118
requirements for solar reflectivity and emissivity. Manufacturer and membrane shall be
listed in the Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC) product listing as outlined by the
Department of Energy (DOE) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
G.
As manufactured, membrane shall conform to the following physical properties:
1.
Size:
5.0’ X 100’ (Maximum Allowable Width).
2.
Thickness:
60-Mil (1.50 mm).
3.
Color:
“Energy Smart” White.
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Parameters – Mechanically-Attached
Membrane Sections
ASTM
Test Method
Minimum Physical
Properties
Requirements
Reinforcing MaterialOverall Thickness, min., inches (mm)
Breaking Strength, min., lbf/in. (KN/m)
Elongation at Break, min.
Seam strength, min. (% of breaking
strength)
Retention of Properties After Heat Aging
Breaking Strength, min., (% of original)
Elongation, min., (% of original)
Tearing Strength, min., lbf (N)
Low Temperature Bend, -40°F (-40°C)
Accelerated Weathering Test (Xenson
Arc)
Cracking (7x magnification)
Discoloration (by observation)
Crazing (7 x magnification)
Linear Dimensional Change
Weight Change After Immersion in
Water
Static Puncture Resistance, 33 lbf (15
kg)
Dynamic Puncture Resistance, 14.7 ftlbf (20 J)
D751
D751
D751
D751
Polyester
0.060 (1.50)
230 (40.0)
20%
85
D3045
D751
D751
D1004
D2136
D2565
D1204
D570
95
90
50 (220)
Pass
10,000
Hours
None
Negligible
None
0.1%
2.5%
D5602
Pass
D5635
Pass
*Failure occurs through membrane rupture not seam
failure.
2.03
FLASHING MATERIALS
A.
Wall/Curb Flashing
1.
G410 PVC Membrane Flashing
Fiberglass reinforced membrane used for adhered flashings to approved
substrate. Consult Roofing Manufacturer's Product Data Sheets for additional
information.
2.
B.
Sarnaclad Metal (PVC Coated)
PVC-coated, heat-weldable sheet metal, 25 gauge, G90 galvanized metal sheet
with a 20 mil unsupported PVC membrane laminated on one side. Consult
Roofing Manufacturer's Product Data Sheet for additional information.
Miscellaneous Flashing
1.
Prefabricated PVC Pipe Flashing
Prefabricated vent pipe flashing made from 0.048 inch (48 mil/1.2 mm) thick PVC
membrane. Consult Roofing Manufacturer's Product Data Sheet for sizes and
additional information.
2.
Universal Prefabricated PVC Corners
Prefabricated outside and inside flashing corners made of 0.060 inch (60 mil/1.5
mm) thick membrane that are heat-welded to membrane or PVC clad metal base
flashings. Consult Roofing Manufacturer's Product Data Sheet for additional
information.
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3.
Sikaflex 1A Sealant
Proprietary sealant used at flashing terminations. Consult Roofing
Manufacturer's Product Data Sheet for additional information.
4.
Pre-Cut PVC Coverstrip
Precut flashing made from polyester reinforced PVC membrane. Consult Roofing
Manufacturer's Product Data Sheet for additional information.
5.
Vertical Flashing Bonding Adhesive (Stabond)
Water-based contact-type adhesive used to attach the membrane to the flashing
substrate.
BARRIER BOARD / INSULATION (FLUTE-FILL + TOP LAYER)
A.
Dens-Deck Barrier Board: ¼” x 4’ x 8’
High compressive strength (minimum 900 psi) gypsum barrier board with factory applied
fiberglass mat facers. The gypsum barrier board utilized for this project shall have a
continuous and successful performance track record that is equal to, or greater than that
of the warranty term (20 years). The barrier board shall be manufactured in accordance
with the following requirements:
1.
ASTM E 84 (flame spread 0, smoke developed 0).
2.
ASTM C473 (moisture resistance).
3.
UL Class A (Fire Resistance)
4.
UL 1256 (Fire Resistance)
5.
FM Class 1 (Fire Resistance)
6.
Maximum Board Size: ¼” x 4’ x 8’
B.
Sarnatherm Isocyanurate Insulation: Bevel Cut Flute-Fill + 1.5” X 4’ X 8’ Top Layer:
Rigid, cellular thermal insulation with polyisocyanurate closed-cell foam core and
approved fiberglass facer laminated to both sides. Manufactured to meet the following:
1. ASTM C1289-02, Class 1, Type III
2. Zero Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP) from blowing agent (HCFC-free).
3. Long-Term Thermal Resistance (LTTR) R-Value based on ASTM 1303: 6 per inch,
Regardless of published values.
4. Facer Type: Fiberglass
5. Total Thermal Resistance (R-Value):
a. Bevel Cut Flute-Fill: TBD (Field Verify)
b. 1.5” Top Layer: 9.0
2.05
ATTACHMENT COMPONENTS
A.
Sarnaplate
Sarnaplate is used with Sarnafasteners to attach barrier board and insulation to the metal
roof deck. Sarnaplate is a 3 inch square, 26 gauge stamping of SAE 1010 steel with an
AZ 55 Galvalume coating.
B.
Sarnafastener #12
Corrosion-resistant #12 fastener used with Sarnaplates to attach barrier board and
insulation to the metal roof deck. Sarnafastener #12 has a modified buttress thread. The
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shank diameter is approximately 0.168 inch and the thread diameter is approximately
0.214 inch. The driving head has a diameter of approximately 0.435 inch and is #3
Phillips design for positive engagement.
C.
Sarnafastener-MAXLoad
Heavy-duty, corrosion-resistant #21 fastener used with the Sarnadisc MAXLoad to secure
Sarnafil S327 roof membrane to metal roof deck. Sarnafastener-MAXLoad has a shank
diameter of approximately 0.26 inch and a thread diameter of approximately 0.33 inch.
The driving head has a diameter of approximately 0.66 inch with a #3 Phillips recess for
positive engagement and simplicity of application.
D.
Sarnadisc-MAXLoad
High strength, 3.5 inch round steel plate made from 20 gauge minimum AZ-50 Galvalume
coated steel that meets Factory Mutual 4470 criteria for corrosion resistance.
E.
Flashing Membrane Adhesive – Stabond Adhesive.
Solvent-based reactivating-type adhesive used to attach the membrane to the flashing
substrate. Consult Product Data Sheets for additional information.
2.06
WALKWAY PROTECTION
A.
PVC Walk Tread - Sarnatread
Polyester reinforced, 0.096 inch (96 mil), weldable membrane with surface embossment.
Used as a protection layer from rooftop traffic. Consult Roofing Manufacturer's Product
Data Sheet for additional information.
2.07
MISCELLANEOUS ACCESSORIES
A.
Aluminum Tape
Two inch (2”) wide pressure-sensitive aluminum tape used as a separation layer between
small areas of asphalt contamination and the membrane and as a bond-breaker under
the coverstrip at PVC clad metal joints.
B.
Sealing Tape Strip
Compressible foam with pressure-sensitive adhesive on one side. Used with metal
flashings as a preventive measure against air and windblown moisture entry.
C.
Air Retarder:
Sarnavap Self Adhered (SA) Membrane. 32-mil modified bitumen peel & stick membrane
with UV resistant polyethylene facer that will allow for limited (90 day) exposure to serve
as a temporary roof.
2.08
SEALANTS
A.
Sikaflex 1a Sealant (for termination details.
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2.09
MISCELLANEOUS FASTENERS AND ANCHORS
A.
All fasteners, anchors, nails, straps, bars, etc. shall be post-galvanized steel, aluminum or
stainless steel. Mixing metal types and methods of contact shall be assembled in such a
manner as to avoid galvanic corrosion. Fasteners for attachment of metal to masonry
shall be expansion type fasteners with stainless steel pins. All concrete fasteners and
anchors shall have a minimum embedment of 1-1/4 inch and shall be approved for such
use by the fastener manufacturer. All miscellaneous wood fasteners and anchors used for
flashings shall have a minimum embedment of 1 inch and shall be approved for such use
by the fastener manufacturer.
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE (Refer to Section 1.03)
3.02
SUBSTRATE CONDITION
3.03
A.
Applicator shall be responsible for acceptance or provision of proper substrate to receive
new roofing materials.
B.
Applicator shall verify that the work done under related sections meets the following
conditions:
1.
Roof curbs, nailers, equipment supports, vents and other roof penetrations are
properly secured and prepared to receive new roofing materials.
2.
All surfaces are smooth and free of dirt, debris and incompatible materials.
3.
All roof surfaces shall be free of water.
SUBSTRATE PREPARATION
The roof deck and existing roof construction must be structurally sound to provide support for the
new roof system. The Applicator shall load materials on the rooftop in such a manner to eliminate
risk of deck overload due to concentrated weight. The SCGC Representative shall ensure that
the roof deck is secured to the structural framing according to local building code and in such a
manner as to resist all anticipated wind loads in that location.
A.
3.04
Structural Roof Deck:
1.
Light Gauge Metal Deck with Metal Support Purlins: Boardstock and membrane
(roof system) attachment into metal deck or purlins shall be determined based
from fastener pull-tests. As noted, pull-tests shall be in accordance with the
ANSI/SPRI Pull Test Standard. The roof deck shall conform and be installed to
meet the latest revision of Factory Mutual’s Loss Prevention Data Sheet 1-28 and
the local code’s current requirements.
SUBSTRATE INSPECTION
A.
A dry, clean and smooth substrate shall be prepared to receive the new roof system.
B.
The Applicator shall inspect the substrate for defects such as excessive surface
roughness, contamination, structural inadequacy, or any other condition that will adversely
affect the quality of work.
C.
The substrate shall be clean, smooth, dry, free of flaws, sharp edges, loose and foreign
material, oil and grease. Roofing shall not start until all defects have been corrected.
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3.06
D.
All roof surfaces shall be free of water.
E.
Sarnafil shall be applied over compatible and accepted substrates only.
WOOD BLOCKING / NAILER INSTALLATION (BY OTHERS)
A.
Install continuous wood nailers at the perimeter of the entire roof and around roof
projections and penetrations as shown on the Detail Drawings.
B.
Nailers shall be anchored to resist a minimum force of 300 pounds per lineal foot (4,500
Newtons/lineal meter) in any direction. Individual nailer lengths shall not be less than 3
feet (0.9 meter) long. Nailer fastener spacing shall be at 12 inches (0.3 m) on center or
16 inches (0.4 m) on center if necessary to match the structural framing. Fasteners shall
be staggered 1/3 the nailer width and installed within 6 inches (0.15 m) of each end. Two
fasteners shall be installed at ends of nailer lengths. Nailer attachment shall meet this
requirement and that of the current Factory Mutual Loss Prevention Data Sheet 1-49.
C.
Thickness shall be as required to match flute-fill and top layer insulation and barrier board
height to allow a smooth transition.
AIR BARRIER – SELF-ADHERED (SA) MODIFIED BITUMEN
Sarnavap Self Adhered (SA) Membrane: Seal air retarder to all penetrations, curbs, drains,
parapet walls, etc. in accordance with the roofing manufacturer’s installation requirements.
Depending on substrate, utilize applicable surface conditioner as required for proper application of
Sarnavap-SA.
3.07
BARRIER BOARD, FLUTE-FILL, TOP LAYER INSULATION INSTALLATION
General Criteria
A.
Barrier board and insulation shall be installed according to manufacturer’s instructions.
B.
Barrier board and insulation shall be neatly cut to fit around penetrations and projections.
C.
Do not install more barrier board and/or insulation than can be covered with membrane by
the end of the day or the onset of inclement weather.
D.
Mechanical Attachment:
1.
Flute-fill, top layer insulation, and barrier board shall be concurrently mechanically
fastened into the top flute of the metal deck using approved attachment
components at a rate of one (1) attachment plate and fastener every two (2)
square feet for field areas. Perimeter and corner attachment rates shall be
increased at 50 and 100 percent, respectively. The location of the fasteners and
2.
3.
plates shall also cause the boards to rest evenly on the roof deck/substrate so
that there are no significant and avoidable air spaces between the boards and the
substrate. Each board shall be installed tightly against the adjacent boards on all
sides.
Fasteners are to be installed consistently in accordance with fastener
manufacturer’s recommendations. Fasteners are to have minimum penetration
into structural deck recommended by the fastener manufacturer and Factory
Mutual.
Use fastener tools with a depth locator and torque-limiting attachment as
recommended or supplied by fastener manufacturer to ensure proper installation.
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3.08
INSTALLATION OF PVC ROOF MEMBRANE:
A.
3.09
HOT-AIR WELDING OF SEAM OVERLAPS:
A.
3.10
3.11
All field seams shall be hot-air welded using robotic welding equipment only (no hand-held
welders). Seam overlaps should be 3 inches wide except for certain details.
MEMBRANE FLASHINGS:
A.
All flashings shall be installed concurrently with the roof membrane as the job progresses.
B.
Stabond Adhesive for Membrane Flashings: Stabond adhesive shall be applied
according to instruction found on the Product Data Sheets. The bonded sheet shall be
pressed firmly in place with a hand roller.
C.
All flashings shall extend a minimum of eight (8) inches above roofing level unless
otherwise accepted in writing. No bitumen shall be in contact with the PVC membrane.
All flashing membranes shall be mechanically fastened along the counter-flashed top
edge with Sarnastop at six inches (6”) on-center.
PVC CLAD METAL BASE FLASHINGS:
A.
3.12
General
1.
Roof membrane maximum sheet width shall be five feet (5’).
2.
Roof membrane is to be mechanically attached according to the Roofing
Manufacturer and Factory Mutual’s requirements.
3.
Membrane overlaps shall be shingled with the flow of water where possible.
3.
Lay membrane rolls perpendicular to the direction of metal roof deck flutes.
4.
Tack welding of membrane full or half-width rolls for purposes of temporary
restraint during installation on windy days is not permitted. Consult Roofing
Manufacturer’s Technical Department for further information.
5.
Hot-air weld overlaps according to roofing manufacturer’s Take test cuts at least
3 times per day.
6.
Membrane flashings shall extend 2-1/2 inches past the membrane attachment
bar and shall be hot-air welded to the field membrane as required.
All metal flashings shall be fastened into metal stud nailers or metal stud backing plates
and SMS fasteners with Neoprene washers. Fasteners shall penetrate the nailer a
minimum of 1 inch.
METAL FLASHINGS
A.
Metal details, fabrication practices and installation methods shall conform to the
applicable requirements of the following:
1.
Factory Mutual Loss Prevention Data Sheet 1-49 (latest issue).
2.
Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association, Inc.
(SMACNA) - latest issue.
B.
Metal joints shall be watertight. Metal flashings shall be securely fastened into metal stud
backing plates. Fasteners shall penetrate the metal studs. Counter flashings shall
overlap base flashings at least four (4) inches. Hook strips shall extend past metal studs
and shall be securely sealed from air entry.
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3.13
WALKWAY INSTALLATION
A.
3.14
3.15
3.16
Sarnatred Walkway: Apply a continuous coat of Stabond adhesive to the deck sheet and
the back of Walkway in accordance with Sika Sarnafil’s Technical requirements and press
Walkway into place with a water-filled, foam-covered roller. Hot-air weld the entire
perimeter of the Walkway to the field membrane.
TEMPORARY CUT-OFF
A.
Flashings shall be installed concurrently with the roof membrane in order to maintain a
watertight condition as the work progresses:
1.
Temporary water-stops shall be constructed to provide a 100% watertight seal.
2.
Stagger of the insulation joints shall be made even by installing partial panels of
insulation.
3.
New membrane shall be carried into the water-stop sealant.
4.
Water-stop shall be sealed to the deck and/or substrate so that water will not be
allowed to travel under the new or existing roofing.
5.
When work resumes, the contaminated membrane shall be cut out.
6.
Sealant, contaminated membrane, insulation fillers, etc. shall be removed from
work area and properly disposed of offsite. These materials shall not be used in
new work.
B.
If inclement weather occurs while temporary water-stop is in place, Applicator shall
provide the labor necessary to monitor the situation to maintain a watertight condition.
C.
If water is allowed to enter under the newly-completed roofing, the affected area shall be
removed and replaced at the Applicator's expense.
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A.
Final Roof Inspection: Arrange for roofing system manufacturer’s technical personnel to
inspect roofing installation on completion and submit report to Architect.
B.
Repair or remove and replace components of membrane roofing system where test
results or inspections indicate that they do not comply with specified requirements.
COMPLETION
A.
Prior to demobilization from the site, the work shall be reviewed by the So Cal Gas
Company Representative and the Applicator. All defects noted and non-compliances with
the Specifications or the recommendations of the Roofing Manufacturer shall be itemized
in a punch list. These items must be corrected immediately by the Applicator to the
satisfaction of the So Cal Gas Company Representative and the Roofing Manufacturer
prior to demobilization.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 07600
FLASHING AND SHEET METAL
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
1.02
1.03
A.
Sheet metal work.
B.
Special items of work:
1.
Wall flashing.
C.
Related work specified elsewhere:
Section 06100: Rough Carpentry.
1.
Section 07900: Calking and sealants.
2.
Section 09900: Painting.
3.
REFERENCE SPECIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS
A.
American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM).
B.
Architectural Sheet Metal Manual, Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National
Association, Inc. (SMACNA).
SUBMITTALS
A.
1.04
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
Submit for approval in accordance with Section 01340:
1.
Letters of certification, indicating that each material complies with Specifications.
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Cooperation:
1.
Verify adequate nailers, blocking and backing as required for proper installation
and attachment of sheet metal work have been installed.
2.
All sheet metal work, installed in connection with roofing, shall be applied under
the supervision of the Contractor.
B.
Inspections:
1.
Before completion of the Work, carefully examine and, if necessary, test all sheet
metal work and installations specified herein.
2.
Make repairs to the work as necessary for a completely watertight installation,
and leave it in an approved condition.
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PRODUCTS
2.01
MATERIALS
A.
B.
For exterior items, use mill finish stainless steel or use titanium-zinc-copper alloy (zinc
alloy), 20 ga. minimum, unless otherwise indicated, containing zinc, copper, titanium,
lead, iron, cadmium, chromium and manganese, complying with Fed. Spec QQ-Z-100A,
Grade 2, weight 1.20 lbs. per sq. ft.
For interior items, use galvanized sheet metal complying with ASTM A525, with zinc
coating of 1.25 oz. per sq. ft., "commercial" grade, 24 ga. minimum, unless otherwise
shown.
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C.
Solder shall be a standard brand conforming to ASTM B32, 50% lead and 50% tin.
D.
Calking compound, or mastic, in connection with sheet metal and for the setting and
sealing of sheet metal joints shall conform to requirements specified in Section 07900 of
these Specifications.
E.
Neoprene flashing cement: Trowel grade, 500 psi tensile strength and 250% elongation
in accordance with ASTM D412-66.
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EXECUTION
3.01
GENERAL
A.
3.02
SURFACES
A.
3.03
All surfaces shall be thoroughly cleaned before soldering.
1.
Soldering shall be performed slowly with full flowing joints and with the joints as
thin as possible.
2.
Flat locked seams shall be at least 1/2" wide, and shall be sweated full of solder.
3.
Lap seams where soldered, shall be at least 3" wide.
4.
All flat and lap seam joints shall be made in the direction of the flow.
EXPOSED RAW EDGES
A.
3.06
All dimensions shall be verified, in the field, for work which is to be shop fabricated.
1.
All work shall be accurately formed with clean, straight, and sharply defined
profiles.
2.
Sheet metal shall be formed, fabricated, and installed so as to provide for
necessary expansion and contraction in the completed work and, in addition, so
that joints will remain watertight and weathertight at all times.
SOLDERING
A.
3.05
All surfaces to which sheet metal is to be applied shall be free from defects of any kind
and brushed clean. Projections, nails, fins, etc., shall be set flush or removed as required
for a complete and workmanlike installation.
DIMENSIONS
A.
3.04
Workmanship:
1.
Specifications herein are minimum; provide extra materials and workmanship
necessary for obtaining required results.
2.
Install work in accordance with recognized standards and best trade practices.
3.
Work shall be weather and watertight throughout, with joints seamed and locked,
or riveted, and soldered in strong secure manner with due allowance made for
expansion and contraction.
4.
Leave work in clean condition for painting where required.
All exposed raw edges of sheet metal shall be doubled back 1/2" minimum.
ADDITIONAL REINFORCEMENTS
A.
Where necessary to provide strength and stiffness, joints shall be additionally reinforced
with rivets or screws.
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SHEET METAL DRIPS
A.
3.08
FLUSH JOINTS
A.
3.09
Sheet metal drips shall be provided at the heads of exterior door openings, which are
exposed to the weather. Drips shall be .032" ga. zinc alloy or stainless steel as necessary
to deflect the water.
Sheet metal items which will be exposed in the finished Work, and which are visible from
the exterior, shall have flush joints, not lapped or seamed joints.
1.
Joints shall bee either swaged or butted, with backup plates extending at least 4"
on each side of the joint.
2.
Backup plate shall be sweat soldered or welded on one side, in the shop, and
sealed on the other side with calking.
EXPANSION JOINTS
A.
Expansion joints shall be installed where shown and as required. Conform to standards
of the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association.
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SECTION 07900
SEALANTS AND CALKING
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
1.02
A.
This Section contains general specifications pertaining to sealants and calking throughout
the Project, as shown and as required, and shall become a part of all sections requiring
sealants and calking.
B.
Related work specified elsewhere:
Section 06200: Finish Carpentry and Millwork.
1.
QUALIFICATIONS
A.
1.03
1.04
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
Applicator shall be one who is duly licensed in that type of work, and approved by the
manufacturer of the calking and sealing materials being used.
SUBMITTALS
A.
In accordance with requirements of Section 01340, submit Shop Drawings, Product Data,
and Samples.
B.
Samples: Upon request, submit three Samples of type of sealant to be used, along with
standard color chart, for approval.
C.
Manufacturer's data:
1.
Submit manufacturer's specifications, recommendations, and installation
instructions for each type of sealant, calking compound, and associated material
required.
2.
Include manufacturer's published data, or letter of certification, or certified test
laboratory report indicating that each material complies with the requirements and
is intended generally for the application shown.
PRODUCT HANDLING
A.
Storage of materials shall be so as to prevent inclusion of foreign matter or damage of
materials by water or breakage.
1.
Procure and store in original containers until ready for use.
2.
Material showing evidence of damage shall be rejected.
3.
All material to be delivered to job site in original containers.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
MATERIALS
General:
1.
Selection of proper sealant for particular joint shall be in accordance with current
published recommendations of the manufacturer.
Colors:
2.
a.
Provide grey or other natural color wherever no other color is available.
b.
Wherever compound is not exposed to view, provide manufacturer's
standard color which has the best overall performance characteristics for
the applications shown.
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c.
Provide manufacturer's standard color as shown or, if not shown, provide
color selected by the Architect from manufacturer's standard colors.
B.
Polyurethane-based, 2-part elastomeric sealant, complying with Fed. Spec TT-S-227,
Class A, Type I (self-leveling):
1.
Use for foot traffic areas unless Type 2 recommended by manufacturer for the
application shown.
C.
Polysulfide based, 2-part elastomeric sealant, complying with FEd. Spec TT-S-227 and
ANSI A116.1, Type B:
1.
Use for vertical joints in concrete, masonry, curtain wall, and other areas as
recommended by the manufacturer.
D.
Polysulfide based, 1-part elastomeric sealant, complying with Fed. Spec TT-S-230, Type
II:
1.
Use for joints, sealing, and calking of sheet metal, metal glazing, and other areas
as recommended by manufacturer.
2.
Primer-less, low modulus silicone is acceptable equivalent.
E.
Provide type of joint cleaning compound or method recommended by sealant or calking
compound manufacturer for joint surfaces to be cleaned.
F.
Provide the type of joint primer/sealer recommended by the sealant manufacturer for the
joint surfaces to be primed or sealed.
G.
Sealant backer rod:
1.
Compressible rod stock of polyethylene foam, polyethylene jacketed polyurethane
foam, neoprene foam, or other flexible, permanent, durable non-absorptive
material as recommended for compatibility with sealant by the sealant manufacturer.
2.
Use to control joint depth for sealant placement, to break bond of sealant at
bottom of joint, to form optimum shape of sealant bead on back side, and to
provide a highly compressible backer which will minimize possibility of sealant
extrusion when joint is compressed.
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
PREPARATION
A.
Joint surface preparation:
1.
Clean joint surfaces immediately before installation of sealant or calking
compound.
2.
Remove dirt, insecure coatings, moisture, and other substances which would
interfere with bond of sealant or calking compound.
3.
Etch concrete surfaces to remove excess alkalinity, unless sealant
manufacturer's printed instructions indicate that alkalinity does not interfere with
sealant bond and performance.
4.
Etch with 5% solution of muriatic acid, neutralize with dilute ammonia solution,
rinse thoroughly with water, and allow to dry before sealant installation.
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INSTALLATION
A.
Comply with sealant manufacturer's printed instructions, except where more stringent
requirements are shown or specified, and except where manufacturer's technical
representative directs otherwise.
B.
Prime or seal joint surfaces wherever shown or recommended by sealant manufacturer.
Do not allow primer/ sealer to spill or migrate onto adjoining surfaces.
Install sealant backer rod for liquid elastomeric sealants, except where shown to be
omitted or recommended to be omitted by sealant manufacturer for application shown.
C.
D.
Employ only proven installation techniques which will ensure that sealants will be
deposited in uniform, continuous ribbons without gaps or air pockets, with complete
"wetting" of the joint bond surfaces equally on opposite sides.
1.
Except as otherwise indicated, fill sealant rabbet to a slightly concave surface,
slightly below adjoining surfaces..
2.
Where horizontal joints are between a horizontal surface and a vertical surface,
fill joint to form a slight cove, so that joint will not trap moisture and dirt.
E.
Install sealants to depths as shown or, if not shown, as recommended by the sealant
manufacturer but within the following limitations:
1.
For pavements sealed with elastomeric sealants and subject to traffic and other
abrasion and indentation exposures, fill joints to a depth equal to 75% of joint
width, but not more than 3/4" deep or less than 3/8" deep depending on joint
width.
2.
For vertical joints sealed with elastomeric sealants but not subject to traffic, fill
joints to a depth equal to 50% of joint width, but not more than 1/2" deep or less
than 1/4" deep.
F.
Spillage:
1.
Do not allow sealants or compounds to overflow or spill onto adjoining surfaces,
or to migrate into voids of adjoining surfaces.
2.
Use masking tape or other precautionary devices to prevent staining of adjoining
surfaces.
G.
Remove excess and spillage of compounds promptly as the Work progresses.
1.
Clean adjoining surfaces by whatever means may be necessary to eliminate
evidence of spillage.
2.
Do not damage adjoining surfaces or finishes.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 08100
STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
1.02
1.03
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
A.
Steel doors and steel door frames.
B.
Related work specified elsewhere:
Section 08710: Finish Hardware.
1.
Section 08800: Glazing.
2.
Section 09900: Finish Painting.
3.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Shop drawings:
1.
Submit in accordance with Section 01340.
2.
Show each type of door, frame, frame conditions, and complete anchorage details,
supplemented by suitable schedules covering doors and frames.
3.
Show glass opening sizes and locations.
B.
Test reports and certifications.
PRODUCT HANDLING
A.
Deliver, store and handle hollow metal work in a manner to prevent damage and
deterioration.
B.
Provide packaging such as cardboard or other containers, separators, banding, spreaders,
and paper wrappings to protect hollow metal items.
C.
Store doors upright, in a protected dry area, at least 1" or more off the ground or floor, and at
least 1/4" between individual pieces.
D.
Follow special storage and handling requirements of manufacturer.
E.
Protect exposed finish surfaces of prefinished items with masking tape.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
BASIC MATERIAL
2.02
A.
Frames: Sheet steel, hot or cold rolled prime quality carbon steel, in accordance with ASTM
A366 or A569.
B.
Doors: Sheet steel, cold rolled stretcher level sheet steel.
FRAMES
A.
Frames shall be combination buck, frame, and trim type.
B.
Minimum gauges: 16 gauge.
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C.
Brake-form steel sheets:
1.
Provide profiles and shapes free of warp, buckles, fractures, and other defects.
2.
Form stops integral with frames unless otherwise shown.
D.
Corners and connections shall be mitered and welded with exposed welds ground flush and
smooth.
E.
Anchors:
1.
Provide an anchor at each jamb for each 30" of door height or fraction thereof.
2.
Vary the anchor types to provide positive fastening to adjacent construction.
3.
Secure a metal clip angle at bottom of each jamb member for anchoring to floor, with
a minimum of two fasteners.
DOORS
A.
Face sheets shall be 16 ga. steel, “Curries-Model 747” or equal.
B.
Internal stiffener type:
1.
Minimum 20 ga. steel.
2.
Space at not over 6" o.c., extending full height.
3.
Spot weld to face panels at maximum 5" intervals.
4.
Vertical edges of face panels shall be joined and welded on maximum 6" centers,
then ground smooth and filled with mineral filler to conceal seams.
C.
Glazing stops:
1.
16 gauge steel, secured with countersunk sheet metal screws at minimum 12"
intervals.
PREPARATION FOR FINISH HARDWARE
A.
Prepare doors and frames to receive hardware:
1.
Hardware supplier shall furnish to the hollow metal manufacturer an approved
hardware schedule, hardware templates, and samples of physical hardware where
necessary to ensure correct fitting and installation.
2.
Preparation includes sinkages and cut-outs for mortise and concealed hardware.
B.
Provide reinforcements for both concealed and surface applied hardware:
1.
Drill and tap mortise reinforcements at factory, using templates.
2.
Field drill surface applied hardware reinforcements to match hardware.
3.
Install reinforcements with concealed connections.
FINISH
A.
Doors and frames shall be leveled and ground smooth.
B.
Apply mineral filler to eliminate weld scars and other blemishes.
C.
Give factory coat of baked-on rust-inhibitive metal primer on all surfaces.
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
INSTALLATION OF FRAMES
A.
Exercise care in setting of frames to maintain scheduled dimensions, hold head level, and
maintain jambs plumb and square.
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3.03
3.04
B.
Secure anchorage and connections to adjacent construction.
C.
Bolt-in frames:
1.
Securely anchor with expansion shields and flat head machine screws.
2.
Frames shall be dimpled to accept screw and shall be adequately reinforced to
prevent collapse.
D.
Wherever possible, leave frame spreader bars intact until frames are set perfectly square
and plumb, and anchors are securely attached. Use one spreader bar at base and one at
mid-height.
INSTALLATION OF DOORS
A.
Apply hardware in accord with hardware manufacturer's templates and instructions.
B.
Adjust operable parts for correct function.
C.
Remove hardware, with the exception of prime coated items, tag, box, and reinstall after
finish paint work is completed.
PRIME COAT TOUCH-UP
A.
Immediately after erection, areas where prime coat has been damaged shall be sanded
smooth and touched up with same primer as applied at shop.
B.
Remove rust before above specified touch-up is applied.
PROTECTION
A.
Protect installed hollow metal work against damage from other construction work.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 08710
FINISH HARDWARE
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
1.02
1.03
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
A.
Definition: "Finish Hardware" includes items known com-mercially as finish hardware
which are required for swing, sliding, and folding doors, except special types of unique
and non-matching hardware specified in the same section as the door and door frame.
Types of items in this Section include (but are not necessarily limited to):
Hinges
Pivots
Spring Hinges
Lock Cylinders and Keys
Lock and Latch Sets
Bolts
Exit Devices
Push/Pull Units
Closers
Overhead Holders
Miscellaneous Door Control Devices
Door Trim Units
Protection Plates
B.
Related documents: Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and
Supplementary Conditions and Division 1 specification sections, apply to the work of this
Section.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Manufacturer: Obtain each kind of hardware (latch and lock sets, hinges, closers, etc.)
from only one manufacturer, although several may be indicated as offering products
complying with requirements.
B.
Fire-rated openings: Provide hardware for fire-rated openings in compliance with NFPA
Standard No. 80. Provide only hardware which has been tested and listed by UL for types
and sizes of doors required and complies with requirements of door and door frame
labels. 20 minute smoke and draft control assemblies shall be provided with a gasket so
installed as to provide a seal where the door meets the stop on both sides and across the
top. (UCB 1982)
1.
Where emergency exit devices are required on fire-rated doors, (with
supplementary marking on doors UL labels indicated "Fire Door to be Equipped
with Fire Exit Hardware") provide UL label on exit devices indicated "Fire Exit
Hardware".
SUBMITTALS
A.
General: Comply with the provisions of Section 01340.
B.
Product data:
1.
Submit manufacturers technical information for each item of hardware. Include
whatever information may be necessary to show compliance with requirements,
and include instructions for installation and for maintenance of operating parts
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3.
4.
C.
1.04
1.05
and finish.
Hardware Schedule: Submit final hardware schedule in the manner and format
specified, complying with the actual construction progress schedule requirements. Hardware Schedules are intended for coordination of work. Horizontal
schedules will not be permitted. Schedules must be typewritten. Handwritten not
permitted.
Final Hardware Schedule: Based on finish hardware indicated, organize
hardware schedule into "hardware sets" indicating complete designations of every
item required for each door or opening. Include the following information:
a.
Type, style, function, size and finish of each hardware item.
b.
Name and manufacturer of each item.
c.
Fastenings and other pertinent information.
d.
Location of hardware set cross-referenced to indications of Drawings
both on floor plans and in door and frame schedule.
e.
Explanation of all abbreviations, symbols, codes, etc., contained in
schedule.
f.
Door and frame sizes and materials.
g.
Keying information.
Keying Schedule: Submit separate detailed schedule indicating clearly how the
Owner's final instructions on keying of locks has been fulfilled.
Approval of the hardware list by the Architect shall not relieve Contractor from the
responsibility for furnishing all required finish hardware.
PRODUCT HANDLING
A.
Packaging of hardware, on a set by set basis, is the responsibility of the supplier. As
material is received by the hardware supplier from the various manufacturers, sort and
repackage in containers marked with the hardware set number. Two or more identical
sets may be packaged in the same container.
B.
Provide secure lock-up for hardware delivered to the project, but not yet installed. Control
and handling and installation of hardware items which are not immediately replaceable, so
that the completion of the work will not be delayed by hardware losses, both before and
after installation.
JOB CONDITIONS
A.
Coordination: Coordinate hardware with other work. Tag each item or package
separately, with identification related to the final hardware schedule, and include basic
installation instructions in the package. Furnish hardware items of proper design for use
on doors and frames of the thickness, profile, swing, security and similar requirements
indicated, as necessary for proper installation and function. Deliver individually packaged
hardware items at the proper times to the proper locations (shop or project site) for
installation.
B.
Templates: Furnish hardware templates to each fabricator of doors, frames and other
work to be factory-prepared for the installation of hardware. Upon request, check the
shop drawings of such other work, to confirm that adequate provisions are made for the
proper installation of hardware.
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PRODUCTS
2.01
SCHEDULED HARDWARE
2.02
A.
General: Proprietary products - References to specific proprietary products are used to
establish standards of utility and quality. Unless otherwise approved by the Architect,
provide only the specific products. Design is based on the materials specified, to match
existing hardware.
B.
Requirements for design, grade function, finish, size and other distinctive qualities of each
type of finish hardware is indicated in the Builders Hardware Data Sheet and Hardware
Schedule at the end of this Section. Products are identified by using hardware
designation numbers of the following:
Approved Equal
Locks
YALE
No Substitution
Hinges
HAGER (HAG)
Stanley
Closers
PDQ
LCN
Thresholds
Pemko (PEM)
Zero, A.J. May
Weatherseal
Pemko (PEM)
Zero, A.J. May
Exit Devices
YALE
ADAM RITE
No Substitutions
Cylinders
YALE
No Substitutions
MATERIALS AND FABRICATION
A.
General:
Hand of doors: The Drawings show the direction of slide, swing or hand of each
1.
door leaf. Furnish each item of hardware for proper installation and operation of
the door movement as shown.
2.
B.
Fasteners: Manufacture hardware to conform to published templates, generally
prepared for machine screw installation. Do not provide hardware which has been
prepared for self-tapping sheet metal screws, except as specifically indicated.
a.
Furnish screws for installation, with each hardware item. Provide Phillips
flat-head screws except as otherwise indicated. Finish exposed
(exposed under and condition) screws to match the finish of such other
work as closely as possible, including "prepared for paint" in surfaces to
receive painted finish.
Hinges, butts and pivots:
Templates: Except for hinges and pivots to be installed entirely (both leaves) into
1.
wood doors and frames, provide only template-produced units.
Screws: Furnish Phillips flat-head all-purpose or machine screws for installation
2.
of units, except furnish Phillips flat-head all-purpose or wood screws for
installation of units into wood. Finish screw heads to match surface of hinges or
pivots.
Hinge pins: Except as otherwise indicated, provide hinge pins as follows:
3.
Steel hinges: Steel pins.
a.
Non-ferrous hinges: Stainless steel pins.
b.
Exterior doors: Non-removable pins.
c.
Out-swing corridor doors: Non-removable pins.
d.
Interior doors: Non-rising pins.
e.
Tips: Flat button and matching plus, finish to match leaves.
f.
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4.
All mineral core wood doors shall be hung on half-surface hinges of like
grade and quality as hinge specified with hardware group, except where
pivot hinges are called for.
Number of hinges: Provide number of hinges indicated but not less than three (3)
hinges for door leaf for doors 90" or less in height and one (1) additional hinge for
each 30" or additional height.
C.
Lock cylinders and keying:
General: Supplier will meet with Owner to finalize keying requirements and
1.
obtain final instruction in writing.
Core: Yale LA keyway
2.
3.
Equip locks with manufacturer's standard 6-pin tumbler cylinders.
4.
Comply with Owner's instructions for masterkeying and, except as otherwise
indicated, provide individual change key for each lock which is not designated to
be keyed alike with a group of related locks.
Key material: Provide keys of nickel silver only.
5.
Key quantity: Furnish 6 change keys for each lock; and 8 master keys for each
6.
master system. 8 construction master keys.
D.
Locks, latches and bolts:
Strikes: Provide manufacturer's standard wrought box strike for each latch or lock
1.
bolt, with curved lip extended to protect frame, finish to match hardware set.
a.
Provide dust-proof strikes for foot bolts, except where special threshold
construction provides non-recessed strike for bolt.
Lock throw: Provide 3/4" minimum throw of latch and deadbolts used on pairs of
2.
doors to comply with UL requirements for throw of bolts and latch bolts on rated,
paired openings.
a.
Provide 5/8" minimum throw on other latch and deadlock bolts.
Flush bolt heads: Minimum of 1/2" diameter rods of brass, bronze or stainless
3.
steel, with minimum 12" long rod.
E.
Push/pull units: Exposed fasteners: Provide manufacturer's standard exposed fastener
for installation; through-bolted for matched pairs, but not for single units.
F.
Closers and door control devices:
Size of units: Except as otherwise specifically indicated, comply with the
1.
manufacturer's recommendations for size of door control unit, depending upon
size of door, exposure to weather and anticipated frequency of use.
2.
Provide grey resilient parts for exposed bumpers.
3.
Adjust door closers to maximum operating pressure: 8.5 lbs. at exterior doors
and 5 lbs. at interior doors.
G.
Door trim units:
Fasteners: Provide manufacturer's standard exposed fasteners for door trim
1.
units (kickplates, edge trim viewers, knockers, mail drops and similar units);
either machine screws or self-tapping screw.
2.
Fabricate edge trim of stainless steel, not more than 1/2" nor less than 1/16"
smaller in length than door dimension.
3.
Fabricate protection plates (armor, kick or mop) not more than two (2) inches on
stop side smaller than the door width, x the height indicated; with a maximum
height of sixteen (16) inches on wood fire doors.
H.
Hardware finishes:
1.
Provide matching finishes for hardware units at each door or opening, to the
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3.
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3.02
greatest extent possible, and except as otherwise indicated. Reduce differences
in color and textures as much as commercially possible where the base metal or
metal forming process is different for individual units of hardware exposed at the
same door or opening. In general, match items to the manufacturer's standard
finish for the latch and lock set (or push-pull units if no latch-lock sets) for color
and texture.
Provide finishes which match those established by BHMA or, if none established,
match the Architect's sample.
Provide quality of finish, including thickness of plating or coating (if any),
composition, hardness and other qualities complying with manufacturer's
standards, but in no case less than specified for the applicable units of hardware
by referenced standards.
The designations used in schedules and elsewhere to indicate hardware finishes
are the industry-recognized standard commercial finishes, except as otherwise
noted.
A.
Mount hardware units at heights indicated in "Recommended Locations for Builders
hardware" for "Standard Steel Doors and Frames" by the Door and Hardware Institute,
except as specifically indicated or required to comply with governing regulations, and
except as may be otherwise directed by Architect. See Section 06200.
B.
Install each hardware item in compliance with the manufacturer's instructions and
recommendations, wherever cutting and fitting is required to install hardware onto or into
surfaces which are later to be painted or finished in another way. Coordinate removal
storage and reinstallation or application of surface protections with finishing work
specified in the Division 9 Sections. Do not install surface-mounted items until finishes
have been completed on the substrate.
C.
Set units level, plumb and true to line and location. Adjust the attachment substrate as
necessary for proper installation and operation.
D.
Drill and countersink units which are not factory-prepared for anchorage fasteners.
Space fasteners and anchors in accordance with industry standards.
ADJUST AND CLEAN
A.
Adjust and check each operating item of hardware and each door, to ensure proper
operation or function of every unit. Replace units which cannot be adjusted to operate
freely and smoothly as intended for the application made.
B.
Final adjustment: Wherever hardware installation is made more than one month prior to
acceptance or occupancy of a space or area, return to the work during the week prior to
acceptance or occupancy, and make final check and adjustment of all hardware items in
such space or area. Clean operating items as necessary to restore proper function and
finish of hardware and doors. Adjust door control devices to compensate for final
operation of heating and ventilating equipment.
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3.03
HARDWARE SCHEDULE
A.
Furnish the following hardware groups in the amounts indicated on the Drawings or
required for a complete and proper installation:
SCHEDULE OF FINISH HARDWARE
HW SET 1
DOORS 01080, 01095C, 01095E
3.0
1.0
EA
EA
1.0
1.0
1.0
3.0
EA
EA
EA
EA
Non-Rated
HAGER HINGES
BB 1279 4.5 x 4.5 NRP
YALE
LOCKSET 5300 LN SERIES STANDARD DUTY
KEY-IN-LEVER CYLINDRICAL
YALE
CORE
I/C 6-PIN LA KEYWAY
HAGER
KICKPLATE**
190S 10”x 2”LDW
HAGER
FLOOR STOP
242F
HAGER
SILENCER
307D
** OMIT AT DOOR 01095C
US26D
626
626
190S
626
HW SET 2
DOORS 01095A, 01095B, 01095D
Non-Rated
3.0
1.0
EA
EA
HAGER
YALE
HINGES
LATCHSET
1.0
1.0
1.0
3.0
EA
EA
EA
EA
PDQ
HAGER
HAGER
HAGER
CLOSER
KICKPLATE
FLOOR STOP
SILENCER
BB 1279 4.5 x 4.5
5301 LN SERIES STANDARD DUTY
LEVER
5500 SERIES
KICKPLATE 190S 10”x 2”LDW
242F
307D
US26D
626
626
190S
626
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SECTION 09100
METAL SUPPORT SYSTEMS
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION: Division 1 applies to this section. Provide metal framing and furring, complete.
1.02
1.03
1.04
A.
Work In This Section:
1.
Metal framing and furring to conceal conduits, cabling, wiring, and security
monitoring devices.
2.
Metal framing for new walls and partitions.
B.
Related Work Specified Elsewhere:
1.
Lath and plaster (where applicable).
2.
Gypsum wallboard.
3.
Finish painting.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Code: Conform all installations to code. Conform fire resistance rated construction to
requirements of CBC and CSFM.
B.
Tolerances: Erect framing and furring on straight lines, plumb, free of twists or other
defects, and contacting a 10-foot straightedge for its entire length at any location within a
1/8" tolerance. Erect horizontal furring level within a tolerance of 1/8" in 12-feet in any
direction.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Shop Drawings: Submit showing details for each typical condition.
B.
Product Data: Submit complete material list for all work of this section. Submit copies of
test reports and local approvals for fire rated assemblies.
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
Deliver materials to the job site and store in ventilated dry locations. Storage area shall permit
easy access for inspection and handling. If materials are stored outdoors, stack materials off the
ground, supported on a level platform, and fully protected from the weather. Handle materials
carefully to prevent damage. Remove damaged items and provide new items.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
MATERIALS
A.
Framing and Furring for Plaster Walls (where applicable): Channel-type studs, floor
runners, and ceiling runners shall be formed from hot-dip galvanized, cold-rolled, copperbearing sheet steel, conforming to ASTM A 123, Designation CS-2, G-90 coating, 18
gauge unless otherwise indicated. Floor runners and ceiling runners shall be not less
than 22 gauge, galvanized steel with not less than 1-1/4", sized as required for each
condition.
B.
Framing and Furring for Gypsum Wallboard Walls: Conform to ASTM C 645, C-shaped,
roll-formed steel with minimum uncoated design thickness of 20 gauge (18 gauge for sill
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and top tracks), made from G40 hot-dip galvanized coated sheet. Floor and ceiling runner
tracks shall conform to ASTM C 645. Tracks shall be prefabricated, U-shaped,
unpunched web, thickness to match studs, made from G40 hot-dip galvanized coated
sheet.
C.
Steel Backing Plates: Fabricate of minimum 4" wide by l6 gauge steel, or sections of
studs and stud track welded to web of studs, except as otherwise indicated. Apply shop
coat of metal primer.
D.
Zee Furring: Manufactured by Dietrich, or equal, thicknesses as shown or required for
each application, fabricated of not lighter than 22 gauge steel formed into Z shape.
E.
Suspended and Furred Ceiling Systems: Suspension system shall have a maximum
deflection of L/240. Carrying channels shall be formed from minimum 0.0548" thick coldrolled steel, 1-1/2" wide by 7/16" deep. Carrying channels for supports under ducts shall
be 2" in size as specified hereafter. Carrying channels shall be made from hot-dip
galvanized coated sheet.
1.
Cross Furring Members for Plaster Ceilings: ASTM C 645, 3/4"wide by 7/16" deep, hotdip galvanized coated sheet.
F.
Framing Accessories: Provide related accessories including floor and ceiling tracks, clips,
web stiffeners, anchors, and similar items, of the same manufacturer as each type of
framing member specified, as required for complete installations.
G.
Splay Wires and Compression Struts: Of approved manufacturers, acceptable to
manufacturer of ceiling grids, gauges and types as required by building codes for ceiling
types and weights specified.
H.
Wires: Soft-annealed galvanized steel wire, 8 gauge for hanger wires and 16 gauge for
framing unless otherwise specified.
I.
Fasteners: Wafer head screws, self drilling type for 20 gauge metal and heavier.
J.
Zinc-Rich Paint: Conform to Fed Spec DOD-P-21035A, Z.R.C. "Cold Galvanizing
Compound", manufactured by ZRC Products Company, or equal. Use for touch-up of
galvanized surfaces.
K.
Security sealant: Refer to Section 07 92 00.
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
GENERAL
Conform installation of light gauge steel framing and furring to requirements of ASTM C 754 and
ASTM C 841 except conform to this section where more stringent requirements are specified. Do
not use bent or damaged material.
3.02
INSTALLATION OF STUD TRACKS
Bolt or screw fasten to metal and anchor at least 1-1/4" into concrete with bolts and expansion
shields, sleeved 'dryvins', cinch anchors, screws and lead plugs, drilled and bolted steel shells, or
other approved device. Concrete nails are not acceptable. Abutting lengths of track shall be
securely anchored to a common structural element, butt-welded or spliced. Secure all tracks
within 6" of ends and at maximum 24" centers between unless otherwise indicated.
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3.04
3.05
PLASTER WALL FRAMING AND FURRING (where applicable)
A.
Steel studs shall be 18 gauge except as otherwise shown or specified, installed in
accordance with ASTM C 754 with spacings as indicated in ASTM C 841 for the type of
lath used. Studs shall be aligned and secure in top and bottom runners at 16 inch spacing
unless otherwise indicated. Stud splicing is not acceptable. Corners shall be constructed
with a minimum of three studs. Stud framing system shall be braced and made rigid.
B.
Studs at wall mounted items: Install 16 gauge studs at wall-hung fixtures and equipment,
and elsewhere as shown.
WALL FRAMING AND FURRING FOR GYPSUM DRYWALL
A.
Provide 18 and 20 gauge studs (per structural plans) at maximum 16" centers. For stud
walls, cut studs 1/2" short and secure to top track. Install in accordance with ASTM C 754.
Runners shall be aligned at the floor and ceiling and securely anchored. Studs shall be
aligned.
B
Studs at wall mounted items: Install 16 gauge studs at wall-hung fixtures and equipment,
and elsewhere as shown.
BACKING PLATES AND ANCHORAGE
Install and attach to metal studs or furring for anchoring items indicated or specified in other
sections. Comply with approved submittals specified under other sections as applicable to steel
backing plates. Backing plates may be omitted where anchorage for wall-hung items is directly
into steel studs of 18 gauge or heavier, or items are furnished with equivalent mounting devices.
Install plates of lengths to span over at least two supports, equipped with two countersunk
machine screws at each support except plates may be welded to supports 18 gauge or heavier.
Wall-mounted items requiring backing plates include without limitation the following:
3.06
TOUCH-UP PAINTING
Spot prime all abraded and damaged areas of zinc coating as specified.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 09260
GYPSUM BOARD SYSTEM
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
1.02
1.03
1.04
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
A.
Work included: Provide all gypsum drywall, framing components and accessories
complete in place as shown on the Drawings, specified herein, and needed for a
complete and proper installation.
B.
Related work described elsewhere:
Section 06100: Rough Carpentry.
1.
Section 06200: Finish Carpentry.
2.
Section 09900: Painting.
3.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Qualifications of manufacturer: Products used in the work of this Section shall be
produced by manufacturers regularly engaged in manufacture of similar items and with a
history of successful production acceptable to the Architect.
B.
Qualifications of installers: Use adequate numbers of skilled workmen who are
thoroughly trained and experienced in the necessary crafts and who are completely
familiar with the specified requirements and the methods needed for proper performance
of the work of this Section.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Manufacturer's data: Within 7 calendar days after award of the Contract, submit:
1.
Complete materials list of all items proposed to be furnished and installed under
this Section.
2.
Manufacturers' specifications and other data required to demonstrate compliance
with the specified requirements.
3.
Manufacturers' recommended installation procedures.
B.
The manufacturers' recommended installation procedures, when approved by the
Architect, will become the basis for inspecting and accepting or rejecting actual
installation procedures used on the Work.
PRODUCT HANDLING
A.
Protection: Use all means necessary to protect materials of this Section before, during,
and after installation and to protect installed work and materials of all other trades.
B.
Replacements: In the event of damage, immediately make all repairs and replacements
necessary to the approval of the Architect and at no additional cost to the Owner.
C.
Delivery and storage: Deliver all materials to the job site in their original unopened
containers with all labels intact and legible at time of use. Store in strict accordance with
the manufacturers' recommendations as approved by the Architect.
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2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
GYPSUM BOARD
2.02
A.
General: Comply with Fed. Spec. SS-L-30, type III, class 1, style 3, taper-edged, and of
the grade and form specified below, in 48" widths and in such lengths as will result in the
minimum of joints.
B.
Water resistant: W/R Fire Code "C", 5/8" thick.
C.
Fire-retardant: Grade X, form A, 5/8" thick.
JOINTING SYSTEM
A.
2.03
FASTENING DEVICES
A.
2.04
If the approved jointing system requires job-addition of water, use only clean and potable
water for that purpose.
OTHER MATERIALS
A.
2.06
For fastening the gypsum wallboard in place, use flathead screws, shouldered, specially
designed for use with power-driven tools, not less than 25 mm (1") long, with self-tapping
threads and self-drilling points.
WATER FOR COMPOUND
A.
2.05
The jointing system shall include reinforcing tape and compound designed as a system to
be used together and shall be only as recommended by the manufacturer of the gypsum
wallboard used. Jointing compound may be used for finishing if so recommended by the
manufacturer.
All other materials, not specifically described but required for a complete and operable
installation of the work of this Section, shall be new, first quality of their respective kinds,
and subject to the approval of the Architect.
METAL STUDS, FRAMING COMPONENTS AND TRIMS
A.
Metal studs: Comply with Fed. Spec. QQ-S-698 and QQ-S-775d, Class D, for the item
and use intended. Provide standard punched steel studs of the gauges and widths shown
on the Drawings, hot-dip galvanized or factory pre-painted.
B.
Trim features: Hot-dip galvanized, nominal thickness 26 gauge.
C.
Casing beads: Channel shaped with concealed wing not less than 7/8" wide, and an
exposed wing.
D.
Corner beads: Provide angle shaped with wings not less than 7/8" wide and perforated for
nailing and joint treatment, or with combination metal and paper wings, bonded together,
not less than 1-1/4" wide and suitable for joint treatment.
E.
Furring channels: Hot rolled or cold rolled steel channels, coated with rust-inhibitive paint
and weighing, per 1,000 lineal feet, not less than the following:
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Size
3/4 inch
1 inch
1-1/2 inch
2 inch
F.
EXECUTION
3.01
SURFACE CONDITIONS
3.03
Cold Rolled
300 lbs.
--475 lbs.
590 lbs.
Edge beads for use at perimeter of ceilings shall be angle shaped with wings not less
than 3/4" wide. Concealed wing shall be perforated for nailing and exposed wing shall be
folded flat. Exposed wing may be factory finished in a white color.
3.00
3.02
Hot Rolled
300 lbs.
410 lbs.
1,210 lbs.
1,260 lbs.
A.
Inspection: Prior to installation of the work of this Section, carefully inspect the installed
work of all other trades and verify that all such work is complete to the point where this
installation may properly commence. Verify that gypsum drywall may be installed in strict
accordance with all pertinent codes and regulations, the manufacturers' recommendations as approved by the Architect, and the original design.
B.
Discrepancies: Do not install gypsum drywall until all unsatisfactory conditions have been
corrected.
INSTALLATION
A.
General: Install the gypsum wallboard with the separate boards in moderate contact but
not forced into place. At internal and external corners, conceal the cut edges of the board
by the overlapping covered edges of the abutting boards. Stagger the boards so that
corners of any four boards will not meet at a common point except in vertical corners.
B.
Ceilings: Install the gypsum wallboard to ceilings with the long dimension of the wallboard
at right angles to the supporting members, except that wallboard may be installed with the
long dimension parallel to supporting members that are spaced 16" on center when
attachment members are provided at end joints.
C.
Walls: Install the gypsum wallboard to studs at right angles to the furring or framing
members. Make end joints, where required, over furring or framing members.
D.
Attaching: Drive the specified screws with clutch-controlled power screwdrivers, spacing
the screws 12" on centers at ceilings and 16" on centers at walls.
JOINT TREATMENT
A.
General:
1.
Inspect all areas to be joint treated, ascertaining that the gypsum wallboard fits
snugly against supporting framework.
2.
In areas where joint treatment and compound finishing will be performed,
maintain a temperature of not less than 55 degrees F for 24 hours prior to commencing treatment, for the entire period of treatment, and until joint and finishing
compounds have dried.
3.
Apply the joint treatment and finishing compound by machine or hand tool.
4.
Provide a minimum drying time of 24 hours between coats, with additional drying
time in poorly ventilated areas.
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3.05
3.06
B.
Embedding compound: Apply to gypsum wallboard joints and fastener heads in a thin
uniform layer. Spread the compound not less than 3" wide at joints, center the reinforcing
tape in the joint, and embed the tape in the compound. Then spread a thin layer of
compound over the tape. After this treatment has dried, apply a second coat of
embedding compound to joints and fastener heads, spreading in a thin uniform coat to not
less than 6" wide at joints, and feather edged. When thoroughly dry, sandpaper to
eliminate ridges and high points.
C.
Finishing compound: After embedding compound is thoroughly dry and has been
completely sanded, apply a coat of finishing compound to all joints and fastener heads.
Feather the finishing compound to not less than 12" wide. When thoroughly dry,
sandpaper to obtain uniformly smooth surfaces, taking all necessary care to not scuff the
paper surface of the wallboard.
CORNER TREATMENT
A.
Internal corners: Treat as specified for joints, except that the reinforcing tape shall be
folded lengthwise through the middle and fitted neatly into the corner.
B.
External corners:
1.
Install a corner bead fitting neatly over the corner and secured with the same type
fasteners used for applying the wallboard, spacing the fasteners approximately 6"
on centers and driving through the wallboard into the framing or furring member.
2.
After the cornerpiece has been secured into position, treat the corner with joint
compound and reinforcing tape as specified for joints, feathering the joint
compound out from 8" to 10" on each side of the corner.
OTHER METAL TRIM
A.
General: The Drawings do not purport to show all locations and all requirements for
metal trim in connection with the work of this Section. Carefully study the Drawings and
the installation; provide in place all metal trim normally recommended by the
manufacturer of the gypsum wallboard used.
B.
Installation: Install the metal trim in strict accordance with the manufacturer's
recommended methods of installation, providing not less embedment and finishing than
specified above for corner treatment.
CLEANING UP
A.
Use all necessary care during execution of this portion of the Work to prevent scattering
of gypsum wallboard scraps and dust and to prevent tracking of joint and finishing
compound onto floor surfaces. At completion of each segment of installation in a room or
space, promptly pick up and remove from the working area all scraps, debris, and surplus
material of this Section.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 09510
ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
1.02
1.03
A.
Work included: Suspension system and acoustical materials for a complete acoustical
ceiling system.
B.
Related work specified elsewhere:
1.
Refer to Electrical Drawings
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Manufacturing of materials shall conform to ASTM C635. Construction conditions and
installation shall comply with ASTM C636. Acoustical material and suspension systems,
including all necessary hangers, grillage, splines and supporting hardware shall be
supplied by one acoustical contractor.
B.
Installer shall have not less than three years of successful experience installation of
ceiling suspension systems on projects with requirements similar to requirements
specified.
C.
Codes and regulations of authorities having jurisdiction shall apply.
D.
Manufacturer shall provide test certification for suspension system as required to meet
performance standards specified by various agencies.
PRODUCT HANDLING
A.
1.04
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
All materials shall be delivered and stored in original unopened packages. Storage shall
be in a dry, enclosed shelter on site, protected from construction activity. Stack and
handle to insure against cracking, distortion, or physical damage.
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Environmental requirements: Building shall be enclosed with all windows and exterior
doors in place and glazed and roof watertight before installation of suspension system.
o
Wetwork in place, completed, and nominally dry. Climate conditions range of 60 F to
o
85 F and relative humidity of not more than 70 percent should be maintained before
installation of suspension system.
B.
Coordinator with other work:
General: Coordinate with other work supported by or penetrating through ceiling,
1.
including electrical and mechanical work.
Mechanical work: Ductwork above suspension system shall be complete and
2.
permanent heating and cooling system operating before installation of suspension
system.
Electrical work: Installation of conduit above suspension system shall be
3.
completed before installation of suspension system.
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SUBMITTALS
A.
Samples: Submit samples of acoustic materials, suspension system main and cross tees
for acceptance.
B.
Shop drawings:
Reflected ceiling plans: Submit ceiling suspension systems layout to indicate
1.
ceiling modules, and related lighting and mechanical systems.
Assembly drawings: Indicate module dimensions, accessory attachments, and
2.
installation of systems components.
C.
Manufacturer's data: Submit manufacturer's catalog cuts or standard drawings showing
details of system with project conditions clearly identified and manufacturer's recommended installation instructions.
D.
Maintenance materials: Submit (one) percent of amount of main tees, amount of acoustic
materials, and amount of cross tees.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
SUSPENSION SYSTEM
A.
Type: Exposed Tee, 24” x 24” Pattern 15/16”
Approved Products:
1. Armstrong – Prelude XL
2. Equal product from USG or Chicago Metallic.
2.02
B.
General: ASTM C635 Heavy Duty classification, commercial quality, cold-rolled steel
exposed surfaces pre-finished.
C.
Dimensions: System to consist of main tees and cross tees, built to snap together to form
modules of 24" x 24" installation of lay-in acoustical panels, light fixtures and air diffusers.
D.
Suspension system components shall be designed to support the ceiling assembly
indicated on project drawings with maximum deflection of 1/360 of the span, including
appropriate load-carrying capacity for acoustical panels, light fixtures, and HVAC
elements.
E.
Wall Molding: USG # M778 Wall Molding or equal.
ACOUSTIC UNITS
A.
For suspended Acoustical Panels:
Type: Lay-in panels for Bolt Slot Grid
Size: 24" x 24" x 3/4"
Material: Non-combustible mineral fiberboard
NRC Range:
.70
STC Range:
35
Light Reflectance: .84
Flame Spread: 0-25 (ASTM E84)
Class A (Fed. Spec. SS-S-118B)
Color: White
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Approved Products:
1.
Armstrong – Ortega to match existing.
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
INSPECTION
A.
3.02
3.03
Examine materials and the areas to receive materials for conditions which will adversely
affect installation. Do not start work until unsatisfactory conditions are corrected.
INSTALLATION
A.
Acoustical material and suspension system shall be installed square, level, and true in
accordance with ASTM C636. CISCA standards, and the job's contract documents.
B.
Installer shall verify actual field dimensions prior to installation and provide all materials
and labor necessary to insure proper installation.
C.
Pre-stretched 12-gauge hanger wire with a yield strength of 394 lbs. shall be used.
Hanger wires shall be installed at opposite corners of light fixtures and air boots and/or as
required by their size and weight.
D.
Compression posts shall be per current building codes.
E.
Bracing: In addition to hanger wires, provide four 12-gauge splayed wires for each 144
sq. ft. of any ceiling area. Also provide a 12-gauge hanger wire attached to main tees at
24 in. o.c. maximum along room perimeter located not over 8 in. from penetrating walls.
Support recessed or drop-in lighting fixtures directly from the fixture housing to the
structure above with a minimum of two 12-gauge wires.
F.
Follow instruction and use appropriate glue as recommended by acoustical panels
manufacturer for installing glue-on acoustical panels.
CLEANING
A.
Clean soiled or discolored unit surfaces after installation. Touch up scratches, abrasions,
voids, and other defects in painted surfaces. Remove and replace damaged, or
improperly installed units.
B.
Maintenance: Perform general cleaning maintenance with non-solvent based commercial
cleaner. Note: Remove infill first.
C.
Painting: Repainting of suspension members shall be with oil base paint and applied as
recommended by paint manufacturer.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 09650
RESILIENT TILE FLOORING
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
A.
1.02
1.03
Work included:
1.
Resilient flooring.
2.
Rubber base.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit in accordance with Section 01340.
B.
Manufacturer's data:
1.
Submit manufacturer's specifications and installation instructions for each type of
material required.
2.
Indicate by transmittal form that a copy of each installation instruction has been
distributed to the installer.
PRODUCT HANDLING
A.
1.04
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
Deliver materials to site in manufacturer's original unopened containers clearly marked
with manufacturer's brand name, color and pattern numbers, and production run color
code. Take care to prevent damage during delivery, handling, and storage.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
A.
Store materials at site for at least 24 hours before installation.
B.
Maintain temperature of spaces where materials are both stored and are to be installed at
o
o
not less than 70 F nor more than 90 F for at least 24 hours before installation and 48
o
hours after installation. Thereafter, maintain a minimum temperature of 55 F.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
MATERIAL
A.
General:
1.
Materials shall be uniform in thickness and size, with accurately cut edges; no
seconds, off-goods, or remnants will be allowed.
2.
Plain colors shall be uniform throughout in color; variations between pieces with
variegated colors shall not prevent the overall uniform appearance of the
installation.
3.
Materials within each area shall be from one production run as indicated by
cartons bearing the same manufacturer's color code.
B.
Where indicated on the Drawings, provide Roppe 50cm x 50 cm Rubber tile with added
Cork Chips, in color and manufacturer as selected by the Architect.
Rubber base: Provide material complying with Fed. Spec SS-W-40, Type I, with matching
end stops and preformed or molded corner units, as follows:
Height: 4"
1.
Thickness: 1/8"
2.
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C.
3.
Color: As selected by the Architect from standard colors of Roppe, Burke, or
approved equal.
D.
Provide tapered aluminum strips at edge of vinyl tile surfaces which abut plain concrete
floor surfaces; provide in maximum lengths to minimize number of joints.
E.
Adhesives (cements):
1.
Waterproof, stabilized type, as recommended by the tile manufacturer.
2.
Asphalt emulsions and other non-waterproof types not acceptable.
F.
Concrete slab primer. Non-staining type as recommended by the tile manufacturer.
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
CONDITION OF SURFACES
A.
Surfaces to receive resilient flooring shall meet minimum requirements established by
flooring manufacturer.
1.
Examine surfaces and correct defects before starting application.
2.
B.
3.02
Surface must be smooth, level, at the required finish elevation, and without more than
1/8" in 10'-0" variation from level or slopes shown.
PREPARATION
A.
Substrates:
1.
Prior to start of placement of resilient flooring work, broom clean or vacuum all
surfaces to be covered and inspect the substrate.
2.
B.
3.03
Where surfaces do not meet these requirements, no resilient flooring shall be
installed without written permission.
Start of application will indicate acceptance of substrate conditions and full
responsibility of the complete work.
Lightly grind concrete subfloors with a terrazzo grinder to remove trowel marks and other
surface irregularities which will telegraph through the tile flooring surface.
INSTALLATION
A.
Apply primer to cementitious surfaces as recommended by the manufacturer of resilient
flooring materials, prior to application of adhesive. Apply in compliance with
manufacturer's directions.
B.
Install flooring only after all finishing operations, including painting, have been completed
and permanent heating system is operating. Moisture content of concrete slabs, building
air temperature, and relative humidity must be within limits recommended by the flooring
manufacturer.
C.
Place flooring with adhesive cement in strict compliance with manufacturer's
recommendations.
1.
Butt tightly to vertical surfaces, thresholds, nosings, and edgings.
2.
Scribe as necessary around obstructions and to produce neat joints, laid tight,
even, and straight.
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3.
Extend flooring into toe spaces, door reveals, and into closets and similar
openings.
D.
Maintain reference markers, holes, or openings that are in place or plainly marked for
future cutting by repeating on the finish flooring as marked in the subfloor. Use chalk or
other non-permanent marking device.
E.
Install flooring on covers for telephone and electrical ducts, and other such items as occur
within the finished resilient floor covering areas.
1.
Maintain the overall continuity of color, joints, and pattern with pieces of flooring
installed in these covers.
2.
Tightly cement edges to perimeter of floor around covers and to covers.
F.
Lay tile from center marks established with principal walls, discounting minor off-sets, so
that tile at opposite edges of the room are of equal width.
1.
Adjust as necessary to avoid use of cut widths less than 3" at room perimeters.
2.
Lay tile square to room axis, unless otherwise shown.
3.
Match tiles for color and pattern by using tile from cartons in the same sequence
as manufactured and packaged.
4.
Cut tile neatly to and around all fixtures.
5.
Broken, cracked, chipped, and deformed tile are not acceptable.
6.
Lay tile in "checkerboard" fashion with grain reversed in alternate tile.
G.
Tightly cement flooring to subbase without open cracks, voids, raising and puckering at
joints, telegraphing of adhesive spreader marks through flooring, or other surface
imperfections.
H.
Resilient flooring accessories:
1.
Install accessories only after all finishing operations, including painting, have been
completed and permanent heating system is operating.
2.
Apply resilient wall base to all columns, pilasters, casework, and other permanent
fixtures in rooms or areas where base is required.
3.
Install base in as long lengths as practicable, with preformed corner units or
fabricated from base material with mitered or coped intersections.
4.
Tightly bond base to backing throughout the length of each piece, with continuous
contact at horizontal and vertical surfaces.
5.
On masonry surfaces, and similar irregular surfaces, fill voids along top edge of
resilient wall base with manufacturer's recommended adhesive filler material.
6.
Apply overlap metal edge strips where shown on the Drawings, and after flooring
installation.
7.
Secure units to substrate with countersunk stainless steel Phillips flathead
screws, complying with manufacturer's recommendations for the type of
substrate.
I.
Cleaning and maintenance:
Cleaning and protection:
1.
a.
Remove excess adhesive and other surface blemishes from flooring
materials, using neutral type cleaners as recommended by the
manufacturer.
b.
Protect installed work from damage by use of heavy kraft paper or other
covering.
Finishing:
a.
After completion of the Work, and just prior to the final inspection,
thoroughly clean floor surfaces and accessories.
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b.
Using the type of wax, number of coats, and buffing procedures
recommended by the manufacturer of the resilient tile, apply wax to the
flooring surfaces and buff.
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SECTION 09680
CARPETING
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
A.
1.02
1.03
1.04
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section
Provide all carpeting and accessories complete, in place, as shown on the Drawings,
specified herein, and needed for a complete and proper installation.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Qualifications of manufacturer: Products used in the work of this Section shall be produced
by manufacturers regularly engaged in manufacture of similar items and with a history of
successful production acceptable to the Architect.
B.
Qualifications of installers: Use adequate numbers of skilled workmen who are thoroughly
trained and experienced in the necessary crafts and who are completely familiar with the
specified requirements and the methods needed for proper performance of the work of this
Section.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Product data: Within 10 calendar days after award of the Contract, submit:
1.
Complete materials list of all items proposed to be furnished and installed under this
Section.
2.
Manufacturer's specifications and other data required to demonstrate compliance
with specified requirements.
3.
Shop drawings showing location of all seams and location and types of all carpet
metal and accessories.
4.
Samples of the full range of colors and patterns of carpet and of exposed
accessories available from the proposed manufacturers in the specified qualities.
5.
The manufacturer's recommended installation procedures, when approved by the
Architect, will become the basis for inspection and accepting or rejecting actual
installation procedures used on the Work.
B.
Maintenance materials: Submit (five) percent of amount of each carpet tile color to Owner's
maintenance personnel at the conclusion of the Project.
PRODUCT HANDLING
A.
Protection: Use all means necessary to protect the materials of this Section before, during,
and after installation and to protect the work and materials of all other trades.
B.
Replacement: In the event of damage, immediately make all repairs and replacements
needed to the approval of the Architect and at no additional cost to the Owner.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
FLOOR CARPET
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A.
Design is based on use of Milliken Products with other attributes as described on the
manufacturer's construction specifications.
B.
Selection of color and style is shown on drawings.
C.
Fire Hazard Rating: Provide carpet having flame spread rating 75 or less, fuel contributed
rating of 75 or less and smoke developed rating of 225 or less when tested in accordance
with ASTM D2829 and ASTM E84.
OTHER MATERIALS
A.
Carpet adhesive shall be as recommended for the purpose by the manufacturer of the
approved carpet.
B.
Top-set Base to be as shown on the drawings.
C.
Carpet edge strips and reducer strips.
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
INSPECTION
A.
3.02
3.03
3.04
Examine the areas and conditions under which work of this Section will be performed.
Correct conditions detrimental to the proper and timely completion of the Work. Do not
proceed until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
SURFACE PREPARATION
A.
Cleaning: Immediately prior to installation of the work of this Section, thoroughly clean all
substrata and re-move all oil, grease, paint, varnish, hardeners, and other items which would
adversely affect the bond of adhesive.
B.
Smoothing: Make all substrata level and free from irregularities. Assure one constant floor
height after carpet is installed, grinding high spots and filling low spots as required.
INSTALLATION
A.
General:
1.
Glue directly to floor, using no pad unless otherwise indicated on drawings. Comply
with manufacturer's instructions.
2.
Scribe the carpet accurately to all vertical surfaces.
3.
Align the lines of carpet as woven, using no fill strips less than 6" in width, laying all
carpet in the same direction unless specifically otherwise directed by the Architect.
B.
Carpet Tiles: Lay tiles in patterns indicated or directed, per manufacturer's
recommendations. Use adhesive for started rows of tiles. Provide tight, inconspicuous joints.
ADJUSTING AND CLEANING
A.
Not more than 4 days before Owner's acceptance or occupancy, vacuum carpet with
commercial vacuum, with rotating agitator or beater in nozzle. remove soil spots in
accordance with carpet manufacturer's recommendations.
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PROTECTION
A.
3.06
Protect carpet from damage and soiling. Use non-staining cover material for protection.
Tape joints in protective covering.
EXTRA STOCK
A.
Provide five percent of each carpet tile installed. Provide in unopened boxes and of same lot
as installed tile.
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SECTION 09690
ACCESS FLOORING
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
1.02
A.
Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.
B.
Work of this section includes, but is not limited to, access floor panels, floor coverings,
understructure and various electrical, data and communication accessories.
C.
Related work specified elsewhere:
1.
Division 3, Concrete sealer shall be compatible with pedestal adhesive.
2.
Division 26: “G Grounding and Bonding for Electrical Systems” for connection to
ground of access flooring understructure. Note: The electrical engineer or
contractor shall determine requirements for grounding and the electrical
contractor shall provide the necessary labor and materials to electrically connect
the access flooring to the building ground if it is required.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS FOR STORAGE AND INSTALLATION
A.
1.03
REFERENCES
A.
1.04
CISCA (Ceilings & Interior Systems Construction Association) - “Recommended Test
Procedures for Access Floors” shall be used as a guideline when presenting load
performance product information.
PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATION
A.
1.05
Area to receive and store access floor materials shall be enclosed and maintained at
ambient temperatures between 35° to 95° F and relative humidity levels between 20 to
80%. All floor panels shall be stored at ambient temperatures between 50° to 90° F for at
least 24 hours before installation begins. All areas of installation shall be enclosed and
maintained at ambient temperature between 50° to 90° F and at relative humidity levels
between 20% to 80% and shall remain within these environmental limits throughout
occupancy.
Product tests shall be witnessed and certified by independent engineering and testing
laboratory based in the U.S. with a minimum of five years experience testing access floor
components in accordance CISCA “Recommended Test Procedures for Access Floors”.
COUNTRY-OF-ORIGIN AND PRODUCT MARKING
A.
Access floor materials shall comply with the provisions outlined in FAR Subpart 25.2 –
Buy American Act – Construction Materials.
B.
Floor panels shall be permanently marked with manufacturer’s name, product
identification, manufacturing date and country-of-origin. Removable Product ID stickers
are not acceptable.
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PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
A.
Design Load: Panel supported on actual understructure system shall be capable of
supporting a point load of 1000 lbs applied on a one square inch area at any location on
the panel without experiencing permanent set as defined by CISCA. The loading method
used to determine design (allowable) load shall be in conformance with CISCA
Concentrated Load test method but with panel tested on actual understructure instead of
steel blocks.
B.
Safety Factor: Panel supported on actual understructure system shall withstand a point
load of no less than (2) two times the design load rating on a one square inch area
anywhere on the panel without failure when tested in accordance with CISCA A/F, Section
2 “Ultimate Loading”. Failure is defined as the point at which the system will no longer
accept the load.
C.
Ultimate Load: Panel supported on actual understructure system shall be capable of
supporting a point load of at least 2000 lbs applied through a load indentor on a one
square inch area at any location on the panel without failure (i.e. minimum safety factor of
2) when tested in accordance with CISCA A/F, Section 2, “Ultimate Loading”.
D.
Rolling Load: Panel supported on actual understructure system shall be able to withstand
the following rolling loads at any location on the panel without developing a local and
overall surface deformation greater than 0.040 inches when tested in accordance with
CISCA A/F, Section 3, “Rolling Loads”. Note: wheel 1 and wheel 2 tests shall be
performed on two separate panels.
CISCA Wheel 1:
CISCA Wheel 2:
Size: 3” dia x 1 13/16” wide
Size: 6” dia x 2” wide
Load: 800 lbs. Passes: 10
Load: 600 lbs. Passes: 10,000
E.
Impact Load: Panel supported on actual understructure (the system) shall be capable of
supporting an impact load of 150 lbs. dropped from a height of 36 inches onto a one
square inch area (using a round or square indentor) at any location on the panel when
tested in accordance with CISCA A/F Section 8, “Drop Impact Load Test”.
F.
Panel Drop Test: Panel shall be capable of being dropped face up onto to a concrete
slab from a height of 36”, after which it shall continue to meet all load performance
requirements as previously defined.
G.
Panel Cutout: Panel with an 8” diameter interior cutout supported on actual
understructure shall be capable of maintaining its design load strength with a minimum
safety factor of 2 anywhere on the panel without the use of additional supports.
H.
Flammability: System shall meet Class A Flame spread requirements for flame spread
and smoke development. Tests shall be performed in accordance with ASTM-E84-1998,
Standard Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics for Building Materials.
I.
Combustibility: All components of the access floor system shall qualify as noncombustible
by demonstrating compliance with requirements of ASTM E 136, Standard Test Method
for Behavior of Materials in a Vertical Tube Furnace at 750 deg C.
J.
Recycled Content: Panel and understructure system shall be required to have a minimum
post-consumer recycled content of 18% and a minimum total recycled content of 49%
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1.08
K.
Axial Load: Pedestal support assembly shall provide a minimum 6000 lb. axial load
without permanent deformation when tested in accordance with CISCA A/F, Section 5,
“Pedestal Axial Load Test.”.
L.
Overturning Moment: Pedestal support assembly shall provide an average overturning
moment of 1000 in-lbs. when glued to a clean, sound, uncoated concrete surface when
tested in accordance with CISCA A?F, Section 6, “Pedestal Overturning Moment Test”..
ICBO number for the specific system or structural calculations shall be required attesting
to the lateral stability of the system under seismic conditions.
DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
A.
Access floor system, where indicated on the design documents, shall consist of modular
and removable fully encased cementitious filled welded steel panels fastened onto, and
supported by, adjustable height pedestal assemblies. Pedestal head and panel corner
design must provide a positive location and lateral engagement of the panel to the
understructure support system without the use of fasteners.
B.
Panel shall be easily removed by one person with a suction cup lifting device and shall be
interchangeable except where cut for special conditions.
C.
Quantities, finished floor heights (FFH) and location of accessories shall be as specified
on the contract drawings.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Detail sheets, for each proposed product type, which provide the necessary information to
describe the product and its performance.
B.
Test reports, certified by an independent testing laboratory with a minimum of five years
experience testing access floor components in accordance CISCA Recommended Test
Procedures, certifying that component parts perform as specified.
C.
Manufacturer’s installation instructions and guidelines.
D.
Manufacturer’s Owner Manual outlining recommended care and maintenance
procedures.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Access floor system shall be as manufactured by Tate Access Floors, Inc. and shall
consist of the ConCore 1000 access floor panel supported by PosiLock understructure
system.
B.
Alternative products shall meet or exceed all requirements as indicated herein and must
receive prior written approval by the architect or designer.
C.
Access floor manufacture shall be ISO9001:2000 certified demonstrating it has a robust
and well documented quality management system with continual improvement goals and
strategies.
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D.
Access floor manufacturer’s facilities shall be ISO14001:2004 certified demonstrating that
they maintain an environmental management system.
E.
Access floor manufacturer’s facilities shall be OHSAS 18001:2007 certified demonstrating
that they maintain an Occupational Health and Safety Management system.
SUPPORT COMPONENTS
Pedestals:
2.03
A.
Pedestal assemblies shall be corrosive resistant, all steel welded construction, and shall
provide an adjustment range of +/- 1” for finished floor heights 6” or greater.
B.
Pedestal assemblies shall provide a means of leveling and locking the assembly at a
selected height, which requires deliberate action to change height setting and prevents
vibration displacement.
C.
Pedestal head shall be designed with locating tabs and integral shape to interface with the
panel for positive lateral retention and positioning without fasteners. Note: This allows
the floor to be installed during the construction process without screws so that access by
other related trades can be accomplished quickly and easily. It also enables the user to
have a mixed installation of fastened and unfastened panels within the same installation.
D.
Hot dip galvanized steel pedestal head shall be welded to a threaded rod which includes a
specially designed adjusting nut. The nut shall provide location lugs to engage the
pedestal base assembly, such that deliberate action is required to change the height
setting.
E.
Threaded rod shall provide a specially designed anti-rotation device, such that when the
head assembly is engaged in the base assembly, the head cannot freely rotate (for FFH
of 6” or greater). Note: This prevents the assembly from inadvertently losing its leveling
adjustment when panels are removed from the installation during use.
F.
Hot dip galvanized pedestal base assembly shall consist of a formed steel plate with no
less than 16 inches of bearing area, welded to a 7/8” square steel tube and shall be
designed to engage the head assembly.
PANEL COMPONENTS
Floor Panels:
A.
Panels shall consist of a top steel sheet welded to a formed steel bottom pan filled
internally with a lightweight cementitious material. Mechanical or adhesive methods for
attachment of the steel top and bottom sheets are unacceptable.
B.
Cementitious fill material shall be totally encased within the steel welded shell except
where cut for special conditions. Note: This greatly reduces the potential for dust in the
environment from exposed cement materials.
C.
Panel shall have an electrically conductive epoxy paint finish.
D.
Corner of panel shall have a locating tab and integral shape design to interface with the
pedestal head for positive lateral retention and positioning with or without fasteners.
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2.05
E.
Fastening of panels to pedestal heads shall be accomplished by the use of a machine
screw which is specially designed to be self capturing within the body of the panel. Note:
This prevents the inadvertent loss of panel fastening screws when accessing the
underfloor space and potential damage to objects by screws which extend beyond the
depth of the panel.
F.
Top surface of the panel shall have an option for four positioning location holes to engage
positioning buttons on the PosiTile® carpet tile for precise matching of the carpet tile to
the panel.
G.
Fit between the pedestal head, panel, and screw shall enable an installation with an
average panel to panel gap of 0.015”.
ACCESSORIES
A.
UL listed Power, Voice & Data Servicenters shall be provided in locations as detailed on
the contract drawings. High capacity 11 ¼ inch square PVD Servicenters shall be
capable of accommodating four duplex receptacles and three knockouts for standard
voice/data faceplates or Tate voice/data interface plates (or grommeted interface plates).
Standard capacity 7-5/16 by 6-15/16 inch PVD Servicenters shall be capable of
accommodating two duplex receptacles and two Tate voice/data interface plates (or
grommeted interface plates). The service outlet box shall be a drop-in design having a
hinged Lexan lid with carpet insert and Lexan frame with tapered edge. Service outlet
box lid shall be capable of withstanding without failure a load of 800 lb.
B.
Provide manufacturer’s standard steps, ramps, fascia plate, perimeter support, and
grommets where indicated on the contract drawings.
C.
Provide 2% spare floor panels and understructure systems for each type used in the
project for maintenance stock. Deliver to project in manufacturer’s standard packaging
clearly marked with the contents.
D.
Provide 1 panel lifting device.
E.
When applicable provide manufacturer’s standard underfloor air systems components
(including grilles and diffusers) where indicated on the contract drawings.
FINISHES
A.
B.
Finish the surface of floor panels with floor covering material as indicated on the contract
drawings. Where floor coverings are by the access floor manufacturer, the type, color
and pattern shall be selected from manufacturer’s standard. All areas to be furnished
with laminated floor panels must be maintained at ambient temperature between 50° to
90° F and at humidity level between 20% to 80% relative and shall remain within these
ranges through installation and occupancy.
Carpet tile: Access floor system shall be designed to accommodate a modular carpet tile
(PosiTile) that precisely matches one carpet tile to one ConCore panel. This is
accomplished utilizing four precisely located positioning buttons on the carpet tile which
engage into four positioning location holes within the top surface of the access floor panel.
The carpet tile’s durable backing maintains dimensional stability, and holds the carpet tile
flat without adhesives. Adhesives are not necessary and shall not be permitted on the
Positile installation except where the carpet is cut and more than two positioners are
removed.
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C.
2.06
Edge treatments for factory applied finishes shall be as follows:
High Pressure Laminate: Integral trim edge, separate trim pieces are unacceptable
All Other Finishes: Monolithic or vinyl edge trim pieces applied to the panel’s top surface
and shall not wrap around the panel’s edge.
FABRICATION TOLERANCES
A.
Floor panel flatness measured on a diagonal:
+/- 0.035”
B.
Floor panel flatness measured along edges:
+/- 0.025”
C.
Floor panel width or length of required size:
+/- 0.010”
D.
Floor panel squareness tolerance:
+/- 0.015”
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
PREPARATION
3.02
A.
Examine structural subfloor for unevenness, irregularities and dampness that would affect
the quality and execution of the work. Do not proceed with installation until structural floor
surfaces are level, clean, and dry as completed by others.
B.
Concrete sealers, if used, shall be identified and proven to be compatible with pedestal
adhesive. Verify that adhesive achieves bond to slab before commencing work.
C.
Verify dimensions on contract drawings, including level of interfaces including abutting
floor, ledges and doorsills.
D.
The General Contractor shall provide clear access, dry subfloor area free of construction
debris and other trades throughout installation of access floor system.
E.
Area to receive and store access floor materials shall be enclosed and maintained at
ambient temperatures between 35° to 95° F and relative humidity levels between 20 to
80%. At least 24 hrs. before installation begins, all floor panels shall be stored at ambient
temperatures between 50° to 90° F and relative humidity levels between 20% to 80% and
shall remain within these environmental limits throughout occupancy.
INSTALLATION
A.
Pedestal locations shall be established from approved shop drawings so that mechanical
and electrical work can be installed without interfering with pedestal installation.
B.
Installation of access floor shall be coordinated with other trades to maintain the integrity
of the installed system. All traffic on access floor shall be controlled by access floor
installer. No traffic but that of access floor installers shall be permitted on any floor area
for 24 hours to allow the pedestal adhesive to set. Access floor panels shall not be
removed by other trades for 72 hours after their installation.
C.
Floor system and accessories shall be installed under the supervision of the
manufacturer’s authorized representative and according to manufacturer’s
recommendations.
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E.
No dust or debris producing operations by other trades shall be allowed in areas where
access floor is being installed to ensure proper bonding of pedestals to subfloor.
Access floor installer shall keep the subfloor broom clean as installation progresses.
F.
Partially complete floors shall be braced against shifting to maintain the integrity of the
installed system where required.
G.
Additional pedestals as needed shall support panels where floor is disrupted by columns,
walls, and perimeter cutouts.
H.
Understructure shall be aligned such that all uncut panels are interchangeable and fit
snugly but do not bind when placed in alternate positions.
I.
Finished floor shall be level, not varying more than 0.062” in 10 feet or 0.125” overall.
J.
Inspect system prior to application of floor covering and replace any floor panels that are
cracked, broken and structurally damaged and do not comply with specified requirements.
K.
Installed panels shall be straight and square and spaced so that the distance from one
end to the other of any line of 12 panels is not less than 24 feet and does not exceed 24’
1/8”.
L.
Acceptance: General contractor shall accept floor in whole or in part prior to allowing use
by other trades.
M.
All cable and wire openings shall be sealed with manufacturer’s removable cable cutout
seal or grommets.
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SECTION 09900
PAINTING
1.00
GENERAL
1.01
DESCRIPTION
1.02
A.
Work included:
1.
The work to be done consists of furnishing all paints, labor, tools, equipment,
scaffolding and all other necessary equipment and supplies to perform a
complete and thorough job of painting the designated surfaces for the job. Each
item or area in these specifications is described by the most commonly used
name and the contractor shall inform himself of the areas that are to be painted,
even though all such items are not specifically mentioned or shown therein.
2.
Clean and prepare all surfaces to be painted as specified herewith.
B.
Surfaces not to be painted:
1.
All drywall or plaster permanently concealed from view.
2.
All factory finished paneling, equipment and other materials with complete factory
applied finish.
3.
Finish hardware except where primed for paint finish.
4.
Non-ferrous metals unless specifically noted otherwise.
5.
Plumbing fixtures; Toilet Room accessories.
6.
Lighting fixtures.
7.
All concealed rough hardware and miscellaneous metal in unfinished spaces.
8.
Any acoustical surfaces, unless otherwise specified.
9.
Any glass, plastics, concrete floor, floor tiles and top set bases.
10.
All areas noted as "Unfinished" on the Finish Schedule or the Drawings.
STORAGE
A.
1.03
The Contractor's operations for the preparation of paints and storage of materials shall be
limited to this designated area, and such space shall be kept clean and orderly at all
times. He shall employ all safety measures during these operations for the prevention of
fire.
SAMPLES
A.
1.04
Division 0 and 1 requirements apply to this Section.
Provide 8-1/2" x 11" samples of each selected color.
GENERAL INFORMATION
A.
The Contractor shall at all times take necessary steps to protect the public and all
property from damage during his operations, and shall be responsible for any and all
kinds of damage to the work or property caused by either himself or his employees.
B.
Bids will include a list of products and manufacturers of materials proposed for use on this
job. All products to be first quality, and subject to approval by the Owner.
C.
All material must comply with Air Pollution Control Regulations such as L.A. County APCD
Rule 66, Bay Area PCD Reg. 3, etc., Federal Lead Content requirements, and California
Air Resources Board (CARB) Rule 1113.
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1.05
CLEANUP AND SAFETY
A.
During the progress of the work, safety shall be of the utmost importance at all times, and
the Contractor shall safeguard persons during the progress of the work by providing
barricades and appropriate lights to warn of obstruction. Upon completion of the work
and before acceptance and final payment shall be made, the Contractor shall clear the
entire project and all grounds occupied by him in connection with his work of all rubbish,
excess material, and any other debris caused by his operations.
2.00
PRODUCTS
2.01
MATERIALS
A.
All materials shall be as herein specified in brand and quality. The products listed as
standard are manufactured by Dunn-Edwards Corporation, Los Angeles, California and
Frazee Paint, City of Commerce, California. Equal products by others may be used by
submitting a list of products proposed for approval with bid.
3.00
EXECUTION
3.01
WORKMANSHIP
3.02
A.
All work shall be done by experienced, skilled craftsmen. Surface preparation shall be in
accordance with standards of the Painting and Decorating Contractors of America.
B.
All finishes shall be applied evenly and be free from runs, sags, skips, crawls or other
defects.
C.
Paints shall be applied in accordance with the manufacturer's printed directions.
D.
Painting shall not be done during extremely hot weather, or when the surface temperature
o
is below 50 F.
SURFACE PREPARATION
A.
Surfaces to receive paint shall be clean, dry, smooth and dust free before application of
any material.
B.
Wood: Sand smooth and remove dust. Fill open joints, cracks, nail holes, and other pits
or depressions flush and smooth with putty or wood dough after priming. Color putty to
match finish paint coat. Touch up knots and sap streaks with shellac or other acceptable
sealer before priming.
C.
Unprimed ferrous metal: Remove all rust, mill scales, and foreign matter by wire
brushing, scraping, sandblasting, or solvent, as required to provide a clean, smooth
surface.
D.
Primed or previously painted ferrous metal: Remove all foreign matter. Touch up
abrasions with ferrous metal primer. Sand down glossy surfaces.
E.
Galvanized metal: Remove all foreign matter and clean entire surface with mineral spirits.
Pre-treat with phosphoric acid etch or vinyl wash. Apply primer the same day as pretreatment is applied.
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Other surfaces: Clean off dirt, dust, excess mortar, encrustation and foreign matter. Fill
holes, pits and other imperfections flush and smooth.
APPLICATION
F.
3.03
3.04
A.
Apply material evenly, free from sags, runs, crawls, holidays or defects. Mix to proper
consistency, brush out smooth, leaving minimum of brush marks, enamel uniformly
flowed on.
B.
Tint all pigmented undercoats to approximately same shade as final coat. Perceptibly
increase the depth of shade in successive coats. Allow each coat to thoroughly dry
before succeeding coat application.
C.
Do not paint factory finished items unless specifically directed. Finish mill or shop primed
items with materials compatible with prime coat.
D.
Mechanical and electrical work in exposed areas: All mechanical and electrical
equipment exposed to view, shall be painted as specified herein, where not supplied
finished under other sections.
E.
Miscellaneous painting: Surfaces to be painted and not specifically described herein shall
be painted with a product specifically manufactured or prepared for the material and
surface; prime coat and two finish coats.
F.
Provide ample ventilation during the painting procedure by using portable fans as
required.
G.
No spraying of any kind will be allowed in the building.
ADJUST AND CLEAN
A.
3.05
Touch up and restore finish where damaged. Touch up abraded, stained or otherwise
disfigured portion or refinish as necessary to produce an acceptable job. Do not mar
surface finish of items being cleaned. Remove spilled, splashed, or splattered paint from
all finish surfaces and floors.
PAINT FINISH SCHEDULE
A.
Materials listed in the following schedule are manufactured or distributed by the DunnEdwards Corporation, Los Angeles, California.
INTERIOR
Dunn-Edwards
Group 1 - Gypsum Drywall
Eggshell
Eggshell
1st Coat - Vinylastic
2nd Coat – Suprema
3rd Coat – Suprema
VNPR00
SPMA30
SPMA30
Group 2 - Metal, All Types
1st Coat – Ultragrip
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Semi-Gloss
Semi-Gloss
2nd Coat – Suprema
3rd Coat – Suprema
SPMA50
SPMA50
Group 3 – Brick & Concrete Block
Eggshell
Eggshell
1st Coat – Ultragrip
2nd Coat – Suprema
3rd Coat – Suprema
UGPR00
SPMA30
SPMA30
EXTERIOR (where applicable)
DunnEdwards
Group 1 - Concrete block – Native natural finish
2 Coats Clear Sealer
OKON S-40
Group 2 – Concrete block and plaster
1st Coat – EFF-STOP
2nd Coat – Evershield
3rd Coat – Evershield
ESPR00
EVSH10
EVSH10
Group 3 – Ferrous Metal
Semi-Gloss
Semi-Gloss
1st Coat – Bloc-rust
2nd Coat – Evershield
3rd Coat – Evershield
VRPR00
EVSH50
EVSH50
Group 4 – Galvanized Metal, Aluminum
Semi-Gloss
Semi-Gloss
1st Coat – Galvanized Metal Primer
2nd Coat – Evershield
3rd Coat – Evershield
GAPR00
EVSH50
EVSH50
Group 5 – Wood
1st Coat – Ultragrip
2nd Coat – Evershield
3rd Coat – Evershield
UGPR00
EVSH50
EVSH50
Architectural wood doors are to be factory finished with field touch up as needed.
END OF SECTION
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Los Angeles, CA 90023
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