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Carrier 40QNB018 Specifications
NIKE RETAIL INTERIORS
3393 PEACHTREE ROAD NE
ATLANTA, GEORGIA
ADDENDUM NO. 2
ATTACHMENTS
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Sheets A0.00, A0.02, A0.05, A2.01, A2.02, A3.02A, A7.03, A7.04, A7.05, A8.06
DRAWINGS
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A0.00:
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A0.02:
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A0.05:
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A2.01
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A2.02
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General notes, and notes for demolition plans, floor plans, reflected ceiling
plans, and storefront elevations.
5/8" greenboard at partition type 1
5/8" greenboard at partition type 2
Finish legend descriptions:
Revise Benjamin Moore 2133 20 Black Jack… to SW6991 Black Magic
Revise Benjamin Moore AC-28 Smoke Embers Gray… to SW7064 Passive
Revise Ralph Lauren RLTH236 Palais Royal… to SW2846 Westchester
Gray
Revise SW7018 Dovetail… to SW7669 Summit Gray
Partition type at fitting room area and elevator lobby.
Sheet note 10
Sheet note 18
Furred out wall at west side of break room
Partition type at fitting room area, elevator lobby and at south side of mall
elevator.
A3.02A:
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Detail 4/7/10/A8.06
A7.03:
Add:
Revise
View #3 and 14 – door handles treatment
Height of 'Nike' push-thru signage
A7.04:
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View #1 and 8 – door handles treatment
Height of 'Nike' push-thru signage
A7.05:
Add:
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View #3 – door handles treatment
View #10 – linear bar grille size 6"X18"
A7.06:
Revise:
View #6 – view cut line moved to reveal display fixture panels.
ADDENDUM NO. 2
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ADDENDUM. NO. 2 03.20.13
NIKE RETAIL INTERIORS
3393 PEACHTREE ROAD NE
ATLANTA, GEORGIA
ADDENDUM NO. 2
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A8.06:
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Sheet A8.06 added
View #1 – moved from 12/A8.01 to 1/A8.06
ATTACHMENTS
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Sheets E0.00, E4.00, F0.00, M4.00, M4.02, P0.00, P2.01, P2.02
DRAWINGS
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M2.01
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M2.03:
Clarification:
Clarification:
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1.18
1.19
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1.21
1.22
M4.00:
Add:
M4.02:
Add:
Added Landlord’s general notes
Added note about coordinating connection to Landlord’s switchgear.
Added Landlord notes to plan.
Revised linear diffusers serving display area. Tag note 21 was added for
clarification.
Note 3 was modified to include landlord required note, pitch pockets and
wood blocking not permitted.
Note 1 was modified to direct the mechanical contractor to install the
CSUSA furnished outside air monitoring station.
The duct insulation schedule has been modified. Return air duct requires ½”
acoustical lining. Supply air duct is required to be double wall insulated.
The metal duct spec section has been modified to include double wall
rectangular and double wall round ducts and fittings.
M4.03:
Clarification:
The linear diffuser spec has been modified to a different type.
P0.00:
Add:
Added General notes.
P2.01
Add:
Added note to route sink piping in furred out wall.
Revised:
P2.02
Add:
Revised location of Cold water and Vent stack to second floor.
Revised location of Cold water and Vent stack to first floor.
END OF ADDENDUM
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ADDENDUM NO. 2
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ADDENDUM. NO. 2 03.20.13
NIKE, INC.
NIKE RETAIL
LENOX SQUARE MALL - ATLANTA, GA
tva architects inc.
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
Robert Thompson, FAIA, Architect
Georgia Registration No. RA013305
FEBRUARY 22, 2013
PERMIT SET
PROPERTY MANAGER:
SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
225 W. WASHINGTON ST.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46204
CONTACT: MIKE DAVIDSON
T: 317.685.7214
PROJECT LOCATION
3393 PEACHTREE ROAD NE
SUITES 3070 AND 3070u
1ST AND 2ND FLOORS
ATLANTA, GA 30326
OWNER
NIKE, INC.
1 BOWERMAN DRIVE
BEAVERTON, OR 97005
CONTACT: JEN GAGNER
T: 503.532.3065
ARCHITECT
TVA ARCHITECTS, INC.
920 SW 6TH AVENUE
SUITE 1500
PORTLAND, OR 97204
ARCHITECT OF RECORD:
BOB THOMPSON
CONTACT: JOHN HEILI
T: 503.220.0668
LIGHTING DESIGNER:
LIGHTING WORKSHOP
20 JAY STREET STE. 310B
BROOKLYN, NY 11201
CONTACT: DOUG RUSSELL
T: 212.796.6510
PROJECT SCOPE:
SCOPE OF DEMOLITION WORK INCLUDES CREATING NEW SHAFT OPENING AT
EXISTING FLOORS, SELECTIVE DEMO AT (E) CONCRETE PAN DECK, REMOVAL
OF SPRINKLER PIPING, AND REMOVAL OF MISCELLANEOUS CONDUIT, REBAR,
ETC.
SCOPE OF NEW WORK INCLUDES CONSTRUCTION OF MALL STOREFRONT ON
LEVELS 1 & 2, NEW VESTIBULE AT NORTH ENTRANCE, NON-EGRESS STAIR,
ELEVATOR, PARTITIONS, LIGHTING, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING
SYSTEMS, RETAIL FURNISHINGS AND FIXTURES (PROVIDE AND INSTALLED BY
OWNER) AS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE A FULL TENANT FIT-OUT OF RETAIL SPACE
WITHIN THE EXISTING BUILDING SHELL.
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER:
KPFF CONSULTING ENGINEERS
111 SW 5TH AVENUE, STE. 2500
PORTLAND, OR 97204
CONTACT: ANNE MONNIER
T: 503.227.3251
RELATED ITEMS UNDER SEPARATE DOCUMENTATION AND PERMIT INCLUDE
FACADE IMPROVEMENTS, FLOOR SLAB INFILL, NEW FLOOR SLAB OPENINGS,
MALL ELEVATOR RELOCATION.
M.E.P. ENGINEER
KLH ENGINEERS, PSC
1538 ALEXANDRIA PIKE
SUITE 11
FT. THOMAS KY 41075
CONTACT:
JIM TAVERNELLI, PM
LUKE FEINAUER, ELECTRICAL
MATT DEBEVEC, MECHANICAL
KEITH SCHLOEMER, PLUMBING AND
FIRE PROTECTION
T 859 442-4510
LENOX
SQUARE MALL
KEY PLANS:
DRAWING SYMBOLS LEGEND:
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
LANDLORD NOTES:
GENERAL COMMENTS:
DEMOLITION PLANS:
• PLANS REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY LANDLORD'S TENANT COORDINATOR MUST
BE PRESENT ON THE JOB SITE AND BE ACCOMPANIED BY PLANS APPROVED FOR
BUILDING PERMIT. ANY PROPOSED DEVIATION FROM THE LANDLORD APPROVED
PLANS MUST BE NUMBERED AND CLOUDED ON PLANS, AND THEN RESUBMITTED
BY THE TENANT TO THE LANDLORD FOR RE-APPROVAL PRIOR TO ANY
CONSTRUCTION CHANGES TAKING PLACE IN THE FIELD.
• TENANT'S GC IS REQUIRED TO CHECK IN WITH LANDLORD'S ON SITE PROPERTY
MANAGER PRIOR TO START OF TENANT CONSTRUCTION. CONTACT MALL
MANAGEMENT OFFICE.
• CONTACT PROPERTY MANAGEMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION BARRICADE
REQUIREMENTS, INCLUDING BARRICADE GRAPHICS.
• TENANT'S GC IS RESPONSIBLE TO COMPLY WITH ALL MALL RULES AND
REGULATIONS AND AS INSTRUCTED ON SITE BY MALL MANAGEMENT.
• ANY DAMAGE TO LANDLORD'S PROPERTY DURING TENANT DEMOLITION OR
CONSTRUCTION (MALL FLOORING, BULKHEAD, NEUTRAL PIERS, ETC.) WILL BE
REPAIRED PER MALL SPECIFICATIONS, AT TENANT'S EXPENSE.
• ANY LANDLORD EQUIPMENT OR COMPONENT THAT IS EXISTING IN THE SPACE
MUST REMAIN VISIBLE AND ACCESSIBLE TO THE LANDLORD. TENANT TO INSTALL
ACCESS PANELS AS NECESSARY, AND PROPERLY LABEL IN SPACE.
• ALL LANDLORD COMMENTS FROM PREVIOUS REVIEW(S) ARE TO BE
INCORPORATED INTO THE FINAL SET OF APPROVED DRAWINGS AND ARE TO BE
ADHERED TO IN THE FIELD.
• ALL LANDLORD COMMENTS ON THIS SET OF DRAWINGS APPLY TO THE ENTIRE
DOCUMENT SET, EVEN IF NOT REPEATED ON EVERY SHEET IN DRAWING SET.
• THE RE-USE OF ANY EXISTING CONSTRUCTION, FINISHED, EQUIPMENT, OR
ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING OR HVAC SYSTEMS CURRENTLY IN THE SPACE IS
CONDITIONAL UPON IT BEING APPROPRIATE FOR RE-USE. ANY EXISTING
CONDITION OR EQUIPMENT TO BE RE-USED MUST BE RESTORED TO LIKE NEW
CONDITIONS. THE LANDLORD MAKES NO WARRANTY ON THE RE-USE OF ANY
EXISTING CONDITION IN THE SPACE.
• IF AT ANY POINT A FAILURE OR UPGRADES OR IMPROVEMENTS TO EXISTING
SYSTEMS OCCURS, IT IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE TENANT TO REPAIR
OR REPLACE, AT TENANT EXPENSE.
• LANDLORD AND TENANT RESPONSIBILITIES ARE AS DEFINED IN LEASE
AGREEMENT.
• TENANT IS REQUIRED TO INSTALL A WATERPROOF MEMBRANE IN ALL WET AREAS
OF SPACE. TENANT SHALL USE A 30 MIL POLYETHYLENE CLEAVAGE MEMBRANE
(EQUAL TO NOBLESEAL TS) INSTALLED PER MANUFACTURERS
RECOMMENDATIONS AND ANSI A108. MEMBRANE MUST BE EXTENDED UP THE
WALL A MINIMUM OF 4" OR EQUAL TO THE HEIGHT OF THE FLOOR BASE.
• THE TENANT SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR VERIFYING THAT THESE
REMODEL/CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS MEET ALL A.D.A. STANDARDS OR
REQUIREMENTS.
• ANY EXISTING EQUIPMENT OR COMPONENT IN OR PERTAINING TO THE PREMISES
THAT IS BEING ABANDONED MUST BE DEMOLISHED COMPLETELY AND PROPERLY
REMOVED FROM PREMISES.
• ALL ABOVE GROUND UTILITY LINES NOT TO BE RE-USED MUST BE REMOVED TO
POINT OF ORIGIN. ALL UNDER SLAB UTILITY LINES TO BE CUT, CAPPED AND SEALED
PER CODE.
• ALL ROOF MOUNTED EQUIPMENT ABOVE THE LEASES PREMISES NOT TO BE RE-USED
MUST BE REMOVED BY TENANT GC AT TENANT EXPENSE. ROOF MUST BE PROPERLY
PATCHED BY MALL REQUIRED ROOFER. ROOF CURBS MUST BE REMOVED AND ROOF
PATCHED - DO NOT CAP. COORDINATE ALL WORK WITH MALL OPERATIONS DIRECTOR.
• ALL FLOOR PENETRATIONS MUST BE CORE BORED OR SAW CUT. GC MUST X-RAY OR
OTHERWISE VERIFY THAT THERE ARE NO EXISTING UNDER SLAB CONDITIONS OF
UTILITIES THAT WILL BE AFFECTED PRIOR TO CORING/CUTTING CONCRETE.
• OPENINGS ON ELEVATED SLABS MUST BE SLEEVED, SEALED, FIRE STOPPED, AND
WATERPROOFED.
• ALL PIPING SLEEVES MUST EXTEND A MINIMUM OF 4", OR TO THE HEIGHT OF THE
BASE.
• COORDINATION OF CONSTRUCTION BARRICADE AND DUMPSTERS IS TO BE
COORDINATED WITH MALL MANAGEMENT ON SITE.
STOREFRONTS:
REFLECTED CEILING PLANS:
• IF NOT ALREADY EXISTING, TENANT MUST PROVIDE A SEALED PARTITION ABOVE THE
STOREFRONT TO SEPARATE THE COMMON AREA CEILING FROM THE TENANT'S SPACE.
(SHALL BE RATED IF REQUIRED BY CODE.)
• WHEN STOREFRONT GRILLES ARE PERMITTED BY LANDLORD, THEY MUST BE FLOOR
SUPPORTED AND SHALL ATTACH TO LANDLORD'S STRUCTURE FOR LATERAL SUPPORT
ONLY. WHEN IN OPEN POSITION, BOTTOM RAIL OF GRILLE MUST BE FULLY RECESSED
INTO CEILING TREATMENT ABOVE. NO WELDING TO STRUCTURE IS PERMITTED.
• SLAT WALL MAY NOT BE USED WITHIN THE FIRST 5'-0" OF THE SPACE.
• VERTICAL GLASS JOINTS SHALL BE FRAMELESS BUTT JOINTS.
• PAINTED DRYWALL IS NOT AN ACCEPTABLE STOREFRONT FINISH.
• ANY DAMAGE TO MALL PROPERTY OR ADJACENT TENANTS DURING CONSTRUCTION
MUST BE REPAIRED TO MALL SPECIFICATIONS, AT TENANT'S EXPENSE.
• STOREFRONT SIGN MUST BE ON A 7-DAY, 24-HOUR TIME CLOCK. ILLUMINATED SIGNS
MUST REMAIN ILLUMINATED DURING ALL MALL HOURS.
• TENANT IS REQUIRED TO MAKE A FIELD SURVEY OF THE EXISTING ELECTRICAL
SERVICE AND IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING ANY AND/OR ALL MODIFICATIONS
REQUIRED TO INSURE THAT THE TOTAL CONNECTED LOAD DOES NOT EXCEED THE
ELECTRICAL SERVICE.
• NOTHING IS PERMITTED TO BE ATTACHED TO OR SUSPENDED FROM OR
PENETRATE THE ROOF DECK ABOVE. YOU ARE REQUIRED TO FRAME, BRACE
AND/OR SUSPEND, AS NEEDED, TO/FROM THE TOP CHORD OF JOISTS OR
STRUCTURAL STEEL WHICH EXIST ABOVE YOUR RESPECTIVE TENANT SPACE.
FLOOR PLANS:
• TENANT IS RESPONSIBLE TO FIELD VERIFY ALL EXISTING CONDITIONS AND
DIMENSIONS IN THE SPACE. FAILURE TO PROPERLY FIELD VERIFY EXISTING
CONDITIONS DOES NOT RELIEVE THE TENANT OF ANY EXPENSES OR
RESPONSIBILITIES RESULTING FROM THAT FAILURE.
• NOTHING IS PERMITTED TO BE ATTACHED TO, SUSPENDED FROM, OR PENETRATE
THE ROOF DECK. TENANTS MAY ATTACH TO THE TOP CHORD OF JOIST(S) OR TO
THE STRUCTURAL STEEL. ALL WALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE SUPPORTED IN
THIS MANNER. NO WELDING OR SHOOTING INTO THE STRUCTURE IS PERMITTED.
• STRUCTURAL REINFORCING DETAILS MUST BE PROVIDED BY A REGISTERED
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER TO TENANT COORDINATION FOR EQUIPMENT SUPPORT
OR SUSPENSION, SERVICE PLATFORMS, DECK PENETRATIONS, ETC.
• ANY LANDLORD EQUIPMENT OR COMPONENT THAT IS EXISTING IN THE SPACE
MUST REMAIN VISIBLE AND ACCESSIBLE TO THE LANDLORD. TENANT TO INSTALL
ACCESS PANELS AS NECESSARY, AND PROPERLY LABEL IN SPACE. COORDINATE
PLACEMENT WITH MALL OPERATIONS DIRECTOR.
• TENANT'S STOCKROOM MAY NOT BE VISIBLE FROM THE SALES AREA. DOOR(S)
LEADING TO THE STOCKROOM MUST HAVE AN AUTOMATIC CLOSURE.
• ALL REAR ENTRIES MUST HAVE A DOORBELL FOR DELIVERIES.
• ALL CONCRETE PATCHING MUST BE LEVEL WITH THE EXISTING CONCRETE FLOOR.
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Suites 3070 & 3070u
1st and 2nd Floors
Atlanta, GA 30326
VICINITY MAP:
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PROJECT INFORMATION:
nike retail interiors
PROJECT TEAM:
DRAWING INDEX:
Revisions:
PEACHTREE ROAD NE
NIKE RETAIL
SUITE 3070
PEACHTREE ROAD NE
NIKE RETAIL
SUITE 3070u
1
DIMENSION STYLE
1/2"
T.O. SLAB
EL.
T.O. SLAB
EL.
1
SPOT ELEVATION TAG
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SLOPE
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ELEVATION TAG
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BUILDING SECTION TAG
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DETAIL TAG
FLOOR TRANSITION TAG
ROOF SLOPE TAG
RELITE TAG
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WALL TAG
REF WALL TYPES SHEET
WALL SECTION TAG
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DETAIL TAG
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REVISION TAG
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SCALE
INTERIOR
ELEVATION TAG
DRAWING TITLE
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GL-1T
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DOOR #
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SPECIFICATION TAG
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LENOX SQUARE MALL - LEVEL 1
CENTERLINE
EAST PACES FERRY ROAD NE
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LENOX SQUARE MALL - LEVEL 2
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ARCHITECTURAL
ARCHITECTURAL (CON'T.)
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A0.02
A0.03
A0.04
A0.05
A0.10
A0.11
A0.12
A0.13
A0.14
A0.15
A0.16
A0.17
A0.20
D2.01
D2.02
D2.03
D3.01
D3.02
A2.01
A2.02
A2.03
A3.01A
A3.01B
A3.02A
A3.02B
A5.01
A6.01
A6.02
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A7.12
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A8.01
A8.02
A8.03
A8.04
A8.05
A8.06
COVER SHEET
LIFE / SAFETY
PARTITION TYPES & HEAD CONDITIONS
DISABLED ACCESS PLANS
DOOR SCHEDULES
FINISH SCHEDULES
DIV 01 SPECIFICATIONS
DIV 01 - DIV 04 SPECIFICATIONS
DIV 05 - DIV 06 SPECIFICATIONS
DIV 06 - DIV 08 SPECIFICATIONS
DIV 08 - DIV 09 SPECIFICATIONS
DIV 09 SPECIFICATIONS
DIV 09 - DIV 12 SPECIFICATIONS
DIV 14 SPECIFICATIONS
MALL AREA PLANS
LEVEL 1 - DEMO FLOOR PLAN
LEVEL 2 - DEMO FLOOR PLAN
ROOF - DEMO PLAN
LEVEL 1 - DEMO RCP
LEVEL 2 - DEMO RCP
LEVEL 01 - PLAN
LEVEL 02 - PLAN
ROOF PLAN
LEVEL 1 - RCP LIGHTING
LEVEL 1 - RCP DEVICES
LEVEL 2 - RCP LIGHTING
LEVEL 2 - RCP DEVICES
BUILDING SECTIONS
INTERIOR ELEVATIONS
INTERIOR ELEVATIONS
ELEVATOR - PLANS, SECTION, DETAILS
ELEVATOR CAB PLANS, ELEV., & DETAILS
MALL ENTRANCES LEVEL 1
MALL ENTRANCES LEVEL 2
NORTH ENTRANCE
STAIR - PLANS & ELEVATIONS
STAIR - DETAILS
STAIR - DETAILS
ENLARGED PLANS AND ELEVATIONS
ENLARGED PLANS AND ELEVATIONS
ENLARGED PLANS AND ELEVATIONS
ENLARGED PLANS AND ELEVATIONS
ENLARGED PLANS AND ELEVATIONS
DETAILS
DETAILS
DETAILS
DETAILS
DETAILS
DETAILS
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STRUCTURAL
S0.01
S0.02
S2.01
S2.02
S2.03
S3.01
S4.01
S4.02
S6.01
S6.02
DRAWING INDEX AND LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
GENERAL STRUCTURAL NOTES
LEVEL 01 - FRAMING PLAN
LEVEL 02 - FRAMING PLAN
ROOF FRAMING PLAN
LEVEL 01 RCP FRAMING PLAN
STAIR PLANS AND DETAILS
WALL ELEVATION AND DETAILS
DETAILS
DETAILS
MECHANICAL
M2.01
M2.02
M2.03
M3.00
M3.01
M3.02
M4.00
M4.01
M4.02
M4.03
M4.04
LEVEL 01 - HVAC PLAN
LEVEL 02 - HVAC PLAN
ROOF HVAC PLAN
HVAC SCHEDULES
HVAC DETAILS
MECHANICAL ENERGY COMPLIANCE
HVAC SPECIFICATIONS
HVAC SPECIFICATIONS
HVAC SPECIFICATIONS
HVAC SPECIFICATIONS
HVAC SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
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E2.01
E2.02
E3.01
E3.02
E3.03
E4.00
E4.01
E5.00
E5.01
E5.02
E5.03
E6.00
ELECTRICAL LEGEND
LEVEL 01 - ELECTRICAL LIGHTING PLAN
LEVEL 02 - ELECTRICAL LIGHTING PLAN
LEVEL 01 - ELECTRICAL POWER PLAN
LEVEL 02 - ELECTRICAL POWER PLAN
ROOF - ELECTRICAL POWER PLAN
SINGLE-LINE DIAGRAM
ELECTRICAL PANELBOARD SCHEDULES
ELECTRICAL LUMINAIRE SCHEDULE
ELECTRICAL LIGHTING CONTROL DETAILS
ELECTRICAL LIGHTING CONTROL SCHEDULES
LIGHTING ENERGY COMPLIANCE
ELECTRICAL DETAILS
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E7.00
E7.01
ELECTRICAL DETAILS
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
No.
Date
Description
1
03.15.2013
ADD. 1
2
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
PLUMBING
P0.00
P2.01
P2.02
PLUMBING LEGEND, DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS
LEVEL 01 - PLUMBING PLAN
LEVEL 02 - PLUMBING PLAN
FIRE PROTECTION
F0.00
F2.01
F2.02
FIRE PROTECTION LEGENDS, NOTES, DETAILS, & SPEC.
LEVEL 01 - FIRE PROTECTION PLAN
LEVEL 02 - FIRE PROTECTION PLAN
AUDIO & SECURITY (FOR REFERENCE ONLY)
AV1.01
AV1.02
SE-1.0
SE-1.1
SE-1.2
SE-1.3
SE-1.4
SE-1.5
AUDIO LAYOUT - LEVEL 1
AUDIO LAYOUT - LEVEL 2
SECURITY WORKPLAN
SECURITY WORKPLAN
SECURITY WORKPLAN
SECURITY WORKPLAN
SECURITY WORKPLAN
SECURITY WORKPLAN
ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (FOR REFERENCE ONLY)
EMS-0
EMS-1
EMS-2
EMS-3A
EMS-3B
EMS-4A
EMS-4B
EMS-4C
EMS-5A
EMS-5B
EMS-6A
EMS-6B
EMS-7
EMS-8
EMS-9A
EMS-9B
EMS-9C
EMS-10
COVER SHEET
EMS SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM
OPUS PANEL
INPUT AND OUTPUT WIRING DIAGRAM
INPUT AND OUTPUT WIRING DIAGRAM
SMART BREAKER WIRING DIAGRAM
SMART BREAKER SCHEDULE
SMART BREAKER SCHEDULE
CARRIER FACTORY RTU BOARD INTERFACE
CARRIER FACTORY RTU BOARD INTERFACE
ECO VAV CONTROL
ECO VAV CONTROL
DENT POWERSCOUT KW METER INTERFACE
BILL OF MATERIAL
ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM LAYOUT 1ST FLOOR
ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM LAYOUT 2ND FLOOR
ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM LAYOUT ROOF
SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS
PERMIT SET
1
COVER SHEET
Project #
12101
A0.00
Date:
02.22.2013
09 29 00
METAL STUD BLOCKING, SIZE
AND GAUGE TO MATCH STUDS.
PLACE AT END OF WALL AND
AT 2'-0" O.C. VERTICAL MAX.
Partition Types General Notes
09 29 00
ALT. CONN CLIP ANGLE W/ SCREWS
EA END
09 29 00
BLOCK FROM PIECE OF
METAL STUD
1. PROVIDE PAINTABLE SEALANT AT ALL FIRESTOP SEALANT LOCATIONS EXPOSED TO VIEW.
PLAN VIEW
2. SEE INTERIOR ELEVATIONS AND FINISH SCHEDULE FOR LOCATION AND EXTENT OF WALL-HUNG
ITEMS REQUIRING SHEET METAL BRACING IN PARTITIONS.
09 29 00
METAL WALL STUD
3. SEE INTERIOR ELEVATIONS AND FINISH SCHEDULE FOR PARTITION FINISHES.
A. SEE SPECIFICATION SECTION 09 29 00 FOR SPECIAL STUDS AND WATER-RESISTANT GYP.
BOARD REQUIRED AT TILE FINISH.
B. SEE SPECIFICATION FOR SECTION 09 29 00 FOR LEVEL OF FINISH REQUIRED BENEATH
PANELS MOUNTED OVER GYP. BOARD.
09 29 00
(4) #8 SCREWS SHEATHING TO BLOCK
WHERE F.T.
PLYWOOD BACKING
OCCURS, STRAP
MAY BE OMITTED
4. SEE SPECIFICATION SECTION 09 29 00 FOR WATER-RESISTANT GYP. BOARD REQUIRED AT
PARTITIONS BEHIND AND WITHIN SIX FEET OF PLUMBING FIXTURES. SEE FLOOR PLANS FOR
LOCATIONS.
09 29 00
#8
SCREWS
EA STUD
FLANGE
tva architects inc.
5. SEE REFLECTED CEILING PLAN FOR CEILING HEIGHTS. SEE REFLECTED CEILING PLAN AND FINISH
SCHEDULE FOR CEILING FINISHES.
09 29 00
(4) #8 SCREWS AT BLOCKING
6. PARTITION TYPES WILL BE DENOTED AS FOLLOWS:
09 29 00
SHEATHING WHERE OCCURS
PARTITION TYPE (1,2,3,,, 11,12,13,,, 21,22,23,,,)
STUD SIZE (A, B, C, D)
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SY
Robert Thompson, FAIA, Architect
Georgia Registration No. RA013305
HEAD CONDITION (W, X, Y, Z); REF DETAIL
5/A.901
09 29 00
SPLICE STRAP ONLY AT METAL STUD BLOCKING
SOUND PARTITION (WHERE INDICATED)
09 29 00
20 GA. X 1" CONTINUOUS FLAT STRAP AT 2'-0" VERT. TYP.
OMIT METAL STRAPPING IF CONTINUOUS BLOCKING PROVIDED
FOR ENTIRE LENGTH OF WALL.
DENOTES SIDE OF (2) LYR GYP. BD. OR FT
PLYWOOD BACKER FINISH WHERE OCCURS
SEE WALL TYPES FOR LOCATION
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
7. SEE FLOOR PLANS AND INTERIOR ELEVATIONS FOR LOCATIONS OF WALL PANELS AND FINISHES
WHICH AFFECT "FACE OF FINISH" DIMENSIONS.
3
TYP. STUD WALL BRACING
1" = 1'-0"
BOTTOM OF LEVEL 2
STRUCTURE
09 29 00
CONT FIRE RATED ACOUSTIC
SEALANT AT PERIMETER
09 29 00
LONG LEG DEFLECTION HEAD TRACK W/ 3/4"
MIN DEFLECTION SPACE (DO NOT FASTEN
STUDS OR GYP BD TO TRACK) FASTEN TO
CEILING STRUCTURE AT 2'-0" O.C.
TBD
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
09 29 00
ACOUSTIC BATT INSULATION AT SOUND PARTITION
09 29 00
(2) LAYER TYPE 'X' 5/8" GYP BD. ON
2-1/2" STEEL FRAMING AT 24" O.C.
ADJACENT WALL WHERE OCCURS
REFERENCE PLANS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
(E) CONCRETE JOIST
SYSTEM
09 29 00
(1) LAYER 5/8" GYP BD. ON STEEL
FRAMING AT 24" O.C.
2
1
4
SIZE STUD
1-HR RATED PARTITION / DRAFT STOP
3" = 1'-0"
SEE ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE FOR BASE
TYPE
09 29 00
CONT ACOUSTIC SEALANT AT PERIMETER
T.O. WALL
REF. ELEVATIONS
1
A
B
C
D
E
250S125-33
362S125-33
400S125-33
600S125-33
800S125-43
STC MAX HT.
-
9'-9"
12'-8"
14'-0"
19'-6"
26'-11"
SINGLE-SIDED PARTITION
TYPE - 1
ADJACENT WALL WHERE OCCURS
REFERENCE PLANS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
U
PARTIAL-HEIGHT CMU
09 29 00
(1) LAYER 5/8" GYP BD. ON STEEL
FRAMING AT 24" O.C. AT SIM, PROVIDE
(1) LAYER 5/8" GREENBOARD F.T.
PLYWOOD
2
SEE ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE FOR BASE
TYPE
BOTTOM OF STRUCTURE
09 29 00
CONT ACOUSTIC SEALANT AT PERIMETER
04 22 00
CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT
2
SIZE STUD
A
B
C
D
E
250S125-33
362S125-33
400S125-33
600S125-33
800S125-43
STC MAX HT.
-
9'-9"
12'-8"
14'-0"
19'-6"
26'-11"
SINGLE-SIDED PARTITION W/ F.T. PLYWOOD
TYPE - 2
04 22 00
REINFORCING, REF. STRUCTURAL
V
FULL-HEIGHT CMU
09 29 00
ACOUSTIC BATT INSULATION AT SOUND PARTITION
09 29 00
(2) LAYER 5/8" GYP BD. ON STEEL
FRAMING AT 24" O.C.
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Suites 3070 & 3070u
1st and 2nd Floors
Atlanta, GA 30326
09 29 00
ACOUSTIC BATT INSULATION AT SOUND PARTITION
(1) LAYER F.T. PLYWOOD
04 22 00
REINFORCING, REF. STRUCTURAL
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04 22 00
CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT
BOTTOM OF STRUCTURE
09 29 00
LONG LEG DEFLECTION HEAD TRACK W/ 3/4" MIN
DEFLECTION SPACE
(DO NOT FASTEN STUDS OR GYP BD TO TRACK)
FASTEN TO CEILING STRUCTURE AT 2'-0" O.C.
DASHED DENOTES GYP. BD OVER FIRE TREATED
PLYWOOD WHERE OCCURS.
SEE PLAN FOR WALL TYPES
SEE ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE FOR BASE
TYPE
09 29 00
CONT ACOUSTIC SEALANT AT
PERIMETER; TYP BOTH SIDES
09 29 00
GYP. BD. ON STEEL FRAMING
W
3
SIZE STUD
A
B
C
D
E
250S125-33
362S125-33
400S125-33
600S125-33
800S125-43
STC MAX HT.
45
45
45
45
45
9'-9"
12'-8"
14'-0"
19'-6"
26'-11"
DOUBLE-SIDED PARTITION
TYPE - 3
Revisions:
DOUBLE-SIDED PARTITION
FINISH WHERE OCCURS. REFER DETAILS
09 29 00
ACOUSTIC BATT INSULATION AT SOUND PARTITION
T.O. WALL
REF. ELEVATIONS
No.
Date
Description
1
03.15.2013
ADD. 1
2
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
09 29 00
(2) LAYER 5/8" GYP BD. ON STEEL FRAMING AT 24" O.C.
DASHED DENOTES GYP. BD OVER FIRE TREATED
PLYWOOD WHERE OCCURS. SEE PLAN FOR WALL TYPES
(1) LAYER F.T. PLYWOOD
09 29 00
GYP. BD. ON STEEL FRAMING
SEE ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE FOR BASE
TYPE
WHERE CEILING OCCURS, SEE CEILING PLAN FOR CEILING
MATERIAL AND CONSTRUCTION. REFER TO DETAILS
WHERE NECESSARY
Y
09 29 00
CONT ACOUSTIC SEALANT AT
PERIMETER; TYP BOTH SIDES
45
45
45
45
45
9'-9"
12'-8"
14'-0"
19'-6"
26'-11"
04 22 00
REINFORCING, REF. STRUCTURAL
06 10 00
CONTINUOUS WOOD BLOCKING W/ FOAM TAPE AT ACOUSTICAL
PANEL
04 22 00
CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT
DASHED DENOTES SECOND LAYER GYP. BD. WHERE OCCURS.
SEE PLAN FOR WALL TYPES
04 22 00
MORTAR JOINT, REF. SPECIFICATIONS
09 29 00
GYP. BD. ON STEEL FRAMING
SIZE BLOCK
A
B
4x6x16
8x8x16
STC MAX HT.
44
46
N/A
N/A
PARTITION
TYPES & HEAD
CONDITIONS
Project #
DOUBLE-SIDED PARTITION
HEAD CONDITIONS
3" = 1'-0"
PERMIT SET
04 22 00
MORTAR JOINT, REF. SPECIFICATIONS
SEE CEILING PLAN FOR CEILING MATERIAL AND
CONSTRUCTION
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250S125-33
362S125-33
400S125-33
600S125-33
800S125-43
DOUBLE-SIDED PARTITION W/ F.T. PLYWOOD
TYPE - 4
09 29 00
DIAGONAL BRACING TO STRUCTURE ABOVE
ATTACH AT 8'-0" OC W/ (2) #8 SMS AT EA END. BRACING
REQD WHERE DISTANCE BETWEEN PERPENDICULAR WALLS
OR HORIZONTAL BRACING EXCEEDS 8'-0" OC.
SEE DETAIL 9/A9.05 FOR BALANCE OF INFORMATION
2
A
B
C
D
E
STC MAX HT.
DOUBLE-SIDED PARTITION
4
Z
SIZE STUD
5
1
CMU WALL - NON RATED
TYPE - 5
PARTITION TYPES
3" = 1'-0"
12101
A0.02
Date:
02.22.2013
09 29 00
GYP. BD. FINISH OVER STEEL FRAMING
WALLS
FLOOR
BASE
WEST
NORTH
EAST
SOUTH
CEILING
REMARKS
(E) CONCRETE SLAB
PT-3/CMU-1
BB
PT-2
MP
PT-10
PT-2
PT-5
PT-5
CT-3/PT-5
PT-2
CT-3/PT-5
PT-2
PT-2
PT-2
PT-3
PT-5
PT-2
GL
SALES
STAIR
ELEVATOR
STAIR
OFFICE
OFFICE
SHIP/REC.
STOCK
FITTING ROOMS
TELE/DATA
DISPLAY
ENTRY
WF-2
BB
WF-1
(E)
CP-1
CP-1
(E)
(E) / ST
WF-2
(E)
WF-1
CT-1
MB
(E)
RB-1
RB-1
RB-1
RB-1
MB
RB-1
MB
-
PT-3/CP
PT-2
PT-3
PT-3
PT-2
PT-2
PT-5
PT-2
GL
-
PT-3/CP
PT-2
PT-3
PT-3
PT-2
PT-2
PT-5
PT-2
PT-10
MP
PT-3/CMU
PT-2
PT-3
PT-3
PT-2
PT-2
PT-5
PT-2
BB
GL
PT-3/CMU-1/BB PT-7/CP/CONC.
GL
PT-8
BB
GL
BB
PT-8
PT-2
PT-8
PT-5
PT-7
PT-5
PT-7
CT-3/PT-5
PT-7
PT-2
PT-7
CT-3/PT-5
PT-7
PT-2
PT-7
PT-2
PT-7
PT-2
PT-7
PT-3
PT-7
PT-5
PT-7
PT-2
PT-7
MP
MP
PT-3CMU
PT-2
PT-3
PT-3
PT-2
PT-2
PT-5
PT-2
PT-10
MP
PT-7
PT-7
PT-7
PT-7
PT-7
PT-7
PT-7
PT-7
PT-7
PT-8
MP
A,E
G
F
F
F
C
H
9
FLOOR TRANSITION CT-2 AND WF-1
3" = 1'-0"
1
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
09 65 00
CONTINUOUS RESILIENT BASE
Robert Thompson, FAIA, Architect
Georgia Registration No. RA013305
ADJACENT FLOOR FINISH
REFERENCE FINISH SCHEDULE FOR TYPE
AND LOCATION
RESILIENT BASE - RB-1, RB-2
6" = 1'-0"
B
C
A,E
G
H
1
09 31 00
CERAMIC TILE (CT-1)
(E) CONCRETE SLAB
09 64 13
RECLAIMED WOOD
FLOORING (WF-1/ WF-2)
SLOPE
VIF
C
C
B
09 31 00
CERAMIC WALL TILE
WHERE OCCURS
09 31 00
GROUT JOINT
09 31 00
COVED TILE BASE
09 31 00
CERAMIC TILE BASE
09 31 00
TILE FLOORING
09 31 00
CERAMIC TILE
FLOORING
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
4"
PT-3/CMU-1/CP
GL
PT-2
GL
GL
PT-2
PT-5
PT-5
CT-3/PT-5
PT-2
CT-3/PT-5
PT-2
PT-2
PT-2
PT-3
PT-5
PT-2
MP
6"
PT-3/CP
GL
PT-2
GL
GL/MP
PT-2
PT-5
PT-5
CT-3/PT-5
PT-2
CT-3/PT-5
PT-2
PT-2
PT2
PT-3
PT-5
PT-2
-
1"
MB
MB
MB
RB-1
MB
MB
TB
RB-1
TB
RB-1
(E)
RB-1
RB-1
MB
RB-1
-
1"
WF-1
WF-1
BB
SSG
WF-1
(E)
WF-1
WF-1
WF-1
CT-2
(E)
CT-2
(E) / ST
(E)
(E)
(E)
WF-1
(E) / ST
CT-1
1/4"
SALES
DISPLAY
STAIR
VESTIBULE
DISPLAY
STORAGE
ELEVATOR
ELEV. LOBBY
VESTIBULE
UNISEX
JANITOR
UNISEX
STOCK
STAIR
MACHINE
ROOM
BREAK ROOM
FITTING ROOMS
STOCK
ENTRY
09 64 13
RECLAIMED WOOD
FLOORING (WF-1/ WF-2)
1/8" MAX
NAME
1/4"
NUMBER
LEVEL 1
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
114
115
116
117
118
119
LEVEL 2
200
201
202
203
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
09 31 00
CERAMIC TILE (CT-2)
4" TYP. AT RB-1; 6" TYP. AT RB-2
ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE
SEE FINISH SCHED FOR LOCATION AND TYPE
tva architects inc.
GL
MB
2
2
2
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2
MP
PT-1
PT-2
PT-3
PT-4
PT-5
PT-6
PT-7
PT-8
PT-9
PT-10
RB-1
PORCELAIN, SIZE & COLOR TO BE SELECTED, MATCH (E) MALL TILE
CERAMIC FLOOR TILE (09 31 00) DAL TILE "KEYSTONES"
SIZE: 2" HEX
COLOR D311 BLACK
GROUT: CHARCOAL #60
CERAMIC WALL TILE (09 31 00) DESIGN & DIRECT SOURCE (503.525.0600)
SIZE: 2-3/4X8-3/4
COLOR: DOVER WHITE
GROUT: CHARCOAL #60
RUNNING BOND PATTERN
INCLUDE COVE BASE & BULLNOSE EDGE
GLASS (08 41 26)
METAL BASE (05 58 00)
2" X 1.25" X 1/8" METAL ANGLE WITH COUNTERSUNK FASTENERS AT 16" O.C. MAX. , MTL-1 FINISH
METAL PANEL (05 58 00)
SW 6991 BLACK MAGIC, ACRYLIC ENAMEL, SEMIGLOSS
SW 7063 NEBULOUS WHITE, EGGSHELL
SW 7064 PASSIVE, ACRYLIC PAINT, EGGSHELL
SW 2849 WESTCHESTER GRAY, ACRYLIC ENAMEL, SEMIGLOSS
SW 7669 SUMMIT GRAY, ACRYLIC PAINT, EGGSHELL
SW 7064 PASSIVE, ACRYLIC ENAMEL, EGGSHELL, AT RAILINGS & MESH PANELS
SW 7063 NEBULOUS WHITE,, ACRYLIC DRYFALL, FLAT
SW 6991 BLACK MAGIC, ACRYLIC DRYFALL, FLAT
NIKE ORANGE PANTONE PMS 172-C @ FEC
SW 2849 WESTCHESTER GRAY, ACRYLIC PAINT, EGGSHELL
VINYL BASE (09 65 00)
SSG
ST
TB
WF-1
ROPPE #100 BLACK, COVED, 4" HIGH
STAINLESS STEEL ENTRANCE GRILLE (12 48 16)
CONCRETE TOPPING, SEALED (03 30 23)
CERAMIC TILE BASE (09 31 00) SEE CT-3
RECLAIMED WOOD FLOORING (09 64 13) 45 DEGREE DIAGONAL PATTERN IN RANDOM LENGTHS
WF-2
2 1/4" WIDE WHITE MAPLE STRIP FLOORING CLEAR FINISH
RECLAIMED WOOD COURT FLOORING (09 64 13)
PLUG MOLD WHERE OCCURS
5
FLOOR THRESHOLD ST AND WF-1/WF-2
3" = 1'-0"
NOTE: PROVIDE ADDITIONAL
LAYER OF 5/8" TYPE 'X' GYP
BOARD AT RATED WALL
CONDITIONS WITH FLUSH
WOOD BASE
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Suites 3070 & 3070u
1st and 2nd Floors
Atlanta, GA 30326
CP
CP-1
CT-1
STANDARD FACE
CEMENT PLASTER (09 26 23) FAUX CONCRETE PLASTER FINISH
CARPET TILE(09 68 13)
CERAMIC FLOOR TILE (09 31 00) LOBBY FLOOR TILE-TBD
CT-3
(E) CONCRETE SLAB
09 29 00
GYP BOARD OVER
METAL STUD FRAMING
COUNTERSUNK FASTENER
2"
CMU-1
EXISTING
OWNER-FURNISHED/CONTRACTOR-INSTALLED RECLAIIMED BLEACHER BOARD WITH CONTRACTOR-FURNISHED/CONTRACTOR-INSTALLED
DISPLAY RAIL (CONTACT RTC INDUSTRIES INC AT 503.403.6011)
CONCRETE UNIT MASONRY (04 22 00) UNPAINTED
CT-2
1
FINISH LEGEND
DESCRIPTION
TAG
(E)
BB
TILE BASE - TB-1, TB-2
6" = 1'-0"
FINISH FLOOR,
REFERENCE FLOOR PLANS
AND FINISH SCHEDULE
03 30 23
SEALED CONCRETE
TOPPING (ST)
(E) CONCRETE SLAB
09 64 13
RECLAIMED WOOD FLOORING (WF-1/ WF-2)
05 58 00 1/8" METAL BASE
Revisions:
1 1/4"
STRUCTURAL FLOOR
1"
F
G
H
TB-2
09 64 13
RECLAIMED WOOD
FLOORING (WF-1/WF-2)
1/4"
C
D
E
2
1/4"
B
TB-1
1/4"
ALL EXPOSED STL. STRUCTURE & FLOOR FRAMING, AND SPRINKLER PIPING SHALL BE PAINTED THE CEILING COLOR AS INDICATED. EXPOSED
MECHANICAL DUCTWORK IN THIS AREA SHALL BE PAINTED PT-8. ALL CONC. & FAUX CONC. (CP) CONDUIT AND ASSOCIATED TRANSITIONS,
JBOXES, ETC. IN THIS AREA SHALL REMAIN UNPAINTED
FINISH DESIGNATIONS ARE FOR FITTING ROOM GENERAL AREAS; SEE INTERIOR ELEVATIONS AND ENLARGED FLOOR PLANS FOR WALL &
FLOOR FINISHES INSIDE INDIVIDUAL FITTING ROOMS
RESILIENT BASE & PAINT FINISH AT GYPSUM BOARD WALLS ONLY IN THESE ROOMS
SEE DOOR SCHEDULE FOR DOOR & FRAME PAINT COLORS
PAINT WALLS COLOR BLACK FROM FLOOR UP TO FIXTURE HEIGHT BEHIND ALL O.F.O.I. BLEACHER BOARD MERCHANDISE FIXTURES IN THESE
AREAS
EPOXY PAINT COATING AT JANITOR & TOILET ROOMS
FINISHES BY ELEVATOR MFR.
PAINT RAILING PT-6
1/2"
A
1"
TAG
FINISH SCHEDULE REMARKS
REMARK
FLOOR TRANSITION CT-1 AND WF-1/WF-2
3" = 1'-0"
nike retail interiors
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METAL BASE DETAIL
3
6" = 1'-0"
6
No.
Date
Description
1
03.15.2013
ADD. 1
2
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
FLOOR THRESHOLD ST AND WF-1/WF-2 @ BOH
3" = 1'-0"
09 31 00
6" CERAMIC TILE
FACE OF (E) COLUMN
REFER TO INT.
ELEVS.
(E) CONCRETE SLAB
+ 1"
09 31 00
GROUT PACK
05 58 00
1-1/2"x1-1/4"x1/8" METAL
BASE, LLV
03 30 23
SEALED CONCRETE
TOPPING (ST)
SLOPE
1/8"/FT
FINISH FLOOR
PERMIT SET
FINISH
SCHEDULES
1' - 0"
(E) CONCRETE SLAB
2 1/4" WIDE WHITE MAPLE STRIP FLOORING, CLEAR FINISH
Project #
1
1
7
FLOOR THRESHOLD (E) AND CT
3" = 1'-0"
4
DETAIL AT TOP OF WAINSCOT
6" = 1'-0"
10
12101
A0.05
METAL BASE AT CONC. & STEEL COLUMN
3" = 1'-0"
Date:
02.22.2013
GENERAL NOTES:
1. ALL DIMENSIONS TAKEN TO FACE OF FINISH,
UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.
2. SALES FLOOR AND STOCKROOM FIXTURES
SHOWN FOR REFERENCE ONLY. SCOPE OF WORK
PERFORMED BY OWNER'S VENDOR UNDER
SEPARATE CONTRACT.
DRAWING LEGEND:
WALL OUTLET AT 16" A.F.F. U.N.O.
WALL AND DATA AT 16" A.F.F. U.N.O.
WALL DATA @ 11'-0" A.F.F. U.N.O
CENTER OF
MALL
M-OB
12' - 3"
L-OB
IA
10' - 9"
H-OB
HA
5' - 3"
19' - 9"
GA
18' - 3"
E-OB
FA
6' - 9"
25' - 0"
EA
16' - 3"
B-OB
DA
8' - 9"
25' - 0"
J
FLOOR J-BOX
RECESSED FLOOR OUTLET DETAIL 7/A8.01 1
7' - 3"
RECESSED FLOOR AND DATA OUTLET
DETAIL 7/A8.01
1
DOOR CONTACT,
1
A5.01
FIRE ALRM PULL-STATION
EXISTING CANOPY ABOVE
tva architects inc.
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
Robert Thompson, FAIA, Architect
Georgia Registration No. RA013305
1
INFILL STRUCTURAL SLAB
2
A7.03
NEW PARTITION
10' - 2 1/2"
NEW CMU PARTITION, SEE A0.05 FOR DTLS
10' - 6 1/4"
2
A7.06
5' - 0 3/8"
1' - 6"
2
A7.05
AREA NOT IN SCOPE OF WORK
PLUG MOLD ON
FACE OF CURB
NEW CONCRETE TOPPING
SEE REFLECTED CEILING PLANS FOR
SECURITY AND AUDIO DEVICE LOCATIONS
7
PLUG MOLD AT 8'-3" A.F.F.
13
104A
SSG WF-1
4D
Y
1A
11
3B
Y
WF (E)
DISPLAY
104
3B
Y
6
UP
11' - 6 1/2"
L
3/4"
3' - 6"
L
EQ
EQ
1' - 9 1/2"
3' - 6"
WF-1 FLOOR
PATTERN BEGINS
3/4"
4B
W
2' - 0"
3' - 6"
3' - 6"
3' - 6"
EQ
EQ
EQ
WOMEN'S
PLUG MOLD
415 SF
3' - 6"
EQ
EQ
SALES
100
12
100A
EXTENTS OF FULL BASEMENT BELOW.
2
06 40 23 BLEACHER BOARD WALL
3
10 51 13 3-TIER LOCKERS AND WALLET LOCKERS
4
10 22 00 CHAIN LINK FENCING AND GATE
5
FIELD VERIFY DOOR LOCATION
6
G.C. TO CONFIRM (E) BASEMENT LEVEL WALL AND
DOOR SEPARATING BASEMENT AND STAIR ARE 1-HR
RATED.
7
(E) ROOF LEADER
8
BLEACHER BOARD END CONDITION, SEE 4/A8.02
9
PROVIDE LEVEL 03 30 23 CONCRETE TOPPING PER
INDICATED DIMENSION AT DOOR. TAPER CONCRETE
TOPPING DOWN TO FLUSH CONDITION AS INDICATED.
10
PROVIDE FAUX CONCRETE CEMENT PLASTER FINISH
OVER 5/8" GREENBOARD OVER 1/2" FRT PLYWOOD.
PROVIDE ADDITIONAL LATER OF GYP. BD BEHIND
PLYWOOD AS REQUIRED TO ALIGN PLASTER FINISH
FACE OF ADJACENT STOREFRONT MULLION.
11
CMU WALL ABOVE METAL-FRAMED SUPPORT WALL.
REFER TO INTERIOR ELEVATIONS AND DETAIL.
12
RECESSED CROWD CONTROL BARRIER. REFER TO
DETAIL 5/A8.01
13
FOR FAUX CONCRETE CEMENT PLASTER FINISH,
PROVIDE (1) LAYER 5/8" GREENBOARD OVER (E) GYP.
BD. SURFACE FOR FULL HEIGHT AND WIDTH OF WALL.
14
PRINTER SHELF, 12"x20" PLAM FINISH, 24" A.F.F.
15
SAND (E) WALLBOARD COMPOUND AS REQUIRED AND
PREPARE WALL TO RECEIVE PAINT.
16
TAPE AND MUD (E) GYPSUM BOARD, SAND, AND
PREPARE WALL TO RECEIVE PAINT.
17
AT INDICATED LOCATION, APPLY (1) LAYER 5/8" TYPE
'X' GYPSUM BOARD, CONT. FIRE RATED ACOUSTIC
SEALANT TOP AND BOTTOM, TAPE AND MUD, AND
PREPARE WALL TO RECEIVE PAINT. WALL TO BE 1-HR
RATED.
18
PROVIDE 1/2" FRT PLYWOOD BLOCKING AT INDICATED
LOCATION.
1
3' - 6"
4B
W
EQ
4B
W
EQ
1
A6.01
2
2
4
1
DOORS
2
A6.01
A5.01
CT-1 WF-1
A6.01
3
EQ
EQ
5A
V
11
9"
9"
2' - 0"
3' - 10"
EQ
1802 SF
1
7' - 9 1/2"
30' - 10"
1
5' - 0" (VIF)
4D
Y
05 58 00
METAL HEADER
8' - 4 1/8"
PLUG MOLD
2' - 4 1/2" (VIF)
23' - 9"
4D
Y
PLUG MOLD
LIGHTBOX
8
8
TYP.
48"x18"
hang
36"x18"
hang
36"x18"
hang
36"x18"
48"x18"
equipment equipment
equipment
48"x18"
equipment
JANITOR
110
48"x18"
equipment
equipment
4' - 0"
4A
1
3B
W 6' - 0"
1B
W
UNISEX
111
4D
Y
STOCK
112
36"x18"
4"
3C
Y
(E) ST
36"x18"
36"x18"
1
6
STAIR
114
UP
4
DN
(E) SC
1
A7.13
5
1' - 6"
1C
W
12' - 1"
1
15
3
3C
W
5B
V
ELEVATOR
106
ALIGN
6' - 11"
5 1/8"
ELEC
PANELS
9"
MACHINE
ROOM
115
14 24 00
NEW HYDRAULIC
ELEVATOR
1
SLOPE
1/8"/FT
equipment equipment equipment
3B
W
115A
3D
Y
5B
V
ELEV. LOBBY
107
2
4' - 5 1/4"
REF.
3C
W
6' - 0"
36"x18"
+42
ALIGN
36"x18"
BREAK ROOM
116
equipment equipment
116A
3.6 OB
15
3D
Y
6' - 1 1/2"
4C
W
1
111A
2
4B
Y
36"x18"
3D
Y
2
A7.01
5B
V
3' - 3 1/8" (VIF)
4B
Y
3D
Y
5A
V
8' - 4"
4B
Y
117A
4B
Y
3D
Y
CT-2 WF-1
117B
117D
6' - 0"
1' - 7 1/2" (VIF)
4B
Y
3D
Y
15
48"x18"
hang
3B
Y
1
TICKET
PRINTER
48"x18"
4B
Y
117C
7' - 3 1/4"
16 16 16
SLOPE
1/8"/FT
shoes
48"x30"
(E) ST48"x30"
36"x18"
2' - 8 3/4"
hang
4B
Y
4' - 0"
48"x18"
hang
3B
4B Y
Y
4B
Y
3' - 2"
48"x18"
hang
48"x18"
112A
ST WF-1
48"x18"
hang
48"x18"
5' - 2" (VIF)
SLOPE
1/8"/FT
48"x18"
hang
48"x18"
UNISEX
109
HEADER
3D
Y
(E) ST
48"x18"
shoes
shoes
4' - 10"
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
36"x18"
14
36"x18"
.
112B
(E) SC
48"x18"
5' - 0"
36"x18"
18
2
4D
Y
11 1/4"
48"x18"
9
4D
Y
2
4B
Y
FEC
110A
48"x18"
STOCK
118
3B
Y
1' - 6 1/4"
(VIF)
48"x18"
(E) ST
1
ST WF-1 1' - 6 1/4"
VESTIBULE
109A
CT-2 WF-1 108
8
FITTING ROOMS
117
2' - 6"
15
48"x30"
14' - 6 1/2"
1
3B
W
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
hang
hang
hang
48"x30"
48"x30"
48"x30"
hang
48"x30"
48"x18"
hang
48"x18"
hang
48"x18"
4D
W
118A
SLOPE
1/8"/FT
2
8
2' - 1" 2' - 1"
1D
W
1
A7.09
ALIGN
7' - 0 3/4"
SEATING
SEATING
TREADMILL
ALIGN
TREADMILL
4' - 10 1/4"
SEATING
SEATING
SEATING
SEATING
RUN
4' - 10 1/4"
10' - 2 1/2" (VIF)
7' - 9 1/2"
LIVE
1D
W
2D
W
1
A7.10
5
1
05 58 00
METAL HEADER
PLUG MOLD
EQ
L
1
A6.01
LIVE
PLUG MOLD
4D
Y
EQ
RUN CLUB
ACC
2D
W
EQ
TRAIN
ENTRY
119
WOMEN'S
RUN
3A
INNOVATION
CASE
935 SF
330 SF
EQ
SEATING
EQ
SEATING
SEATING
MEN'S
EQ
SEATING
SEATING
EQ
(E) CT-1
DIGITAL
SEATING
INNOVATION
CASE
SEATING
A8.02
SEATING
EQ
10
2.8 OB
3-OB
17
.
100B
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Suites 3070 & 3070u
1st and 2nd Floors
Atlanta, GA 30326
6' - 8 1/2"
EQ
STORAGE
105
PLUG MOLD
40' - 3 1/2"
L
1
4' - 10"
4' - 10"
PLUG
MOLD
1
EQ
6' - 8"
A7.05
4
5B
U
PLUG MOLD
16' - 8"
1
SHEET NOTES
1' - 6"
HEADER
ABOVE
PLUG MOLD AT
STOREFRONT SILL
1' - 9 1/2"
8' - 4"
5B
U
4' - 10"
700 SF
8' - 4"
4' - 7 1/2"
10
4B
W
MEN'S
FEC
6' - 6 5/8"
2
5B
7' - 4" U
A8.02
L
PLUG MOLD
10
1
L
DISPLAY
101
2A
2B
Y
2B
Y
PLUG MOLD AT 10'-0" A.F.F.
5A
V
nike retail interiors
A7.06
WF-1 SSG
2B
Y
VESTIBULE
103
103A
2' - 0 1/2"
STAIR
102
8' - 7"
11' - 5 3/8"
105A
4' - 8 1/2"
2-OB
(E) FG
(E)
Revisions:
5B
V
1
16
No.
Date
Description
1
03.15.2013
ADD. 1
2
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
9
2' - 8"
1
1
16
1
A7.11
SERVICE AREA
113
5A
4-OB
PERMIT SET
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LEVEL 01 PLAN
Project #
12101
A2.01
1
LEVEL 01 - FLOOR PLAN
3/16" = 1'-0"
Date:
02.22.2013
GENERAL NOTES:
1. ALL DIMENSIONS TAKEN TO FACE OF FINISH,
UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.
2. SALES FLOOR AND STOCKROOM FIXTURES
SHOWN FOR REFERENCE ONLY. SCOPE OF WORK
PERFORMED BY OWNER'S VENDOR UNDER
SEPARATE CONTRACT.
DRAWING LEGEND:
WALL OUTLET AT 16" A.F.F. U.N.O.
M-OB
L-OB
IA
H-OB
HA
GA
E-OB
FA
EA
B-OB
DA
CENTER OF
MALL
J
12' - 3"
10' - 9"
5' - 3"
19' - 9"
18' - 3"
6' - 9"
25' - 0"
16' - 3"
8' - 9"
25' - 0"
7' - 3"
WALL AND DATA AT 16" A.F.F. U.N.O.
tva architects inc.
WALL DATA @ 11'-0" A.F.F. U.N.O
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
FLOOR J-BOX
RECESSED FLOOR OUTLET DETAIL 7/A8.01 1
RECESSED FLOOR AND DATA OUTLET
DETAIL 7/A8.01 1
DOOR CONTACT,
Robert Thompson, FAIA, Architect
Georgia Registration No. RA013305
1
FIRE ALRM PULL-STATION
1
A5.01
INFILL STRUCTURAL SLAB
NEW PARTITION
NEW CMU PARTITION, SEE A0.05 FOR DTLS
4
A7.04
AREA NOT IN SCOPE OF WORK
3
A7.06
1
4
NEW CONCRETE TOPPING
1' - 0"
SEE REFLECTED CEILING PLANS FOR
SECURITY AND AUDIO DEVICE LOCATIONS
PLUG MOLD AT 8'-3" A.F.F.
2-OB
LIGHTBOX
LIGHTBOX LIGHTBOX
S
SIM
ALIGN
SEATING
6
A6.02
SEATING
1
2
DOORS AND FULL COURT
FLOORING PATTERN
A6.02
7' - 6"
shoes
48"x18"
t-bins
48"x18"
7
ELEC PANELS
6
FRAMING INFILL AT REMOVED FLOOR ACCESS
HATCH. REF STRUCT.
7
(E) ACCESS HATCH AT FLOOR TO REMAIN.
8
FOR FAUX CONCRETE CEMENT PLASTER FINISH,
PROVIDE (1) 5/8" GREENBOARD OVER (E) GYP. BD.
SURFACE FOR FULL HEIGHT AND WIDTH OF WALL.
CMU WALL ABOVE METAL-FRAMED SUPPORT
WALL. REFER TO INTERIOR ELEVATIONS AND
DETAIL.
TAPE AND MUD (E) GYPSUM BOARD, SAND, AND
PREPARE WALL TO RECEIVE PAINT.
36"x18"
No.
Date
Description
1
03.15.2013
ADD. 1
2
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
equipment
equipment
Revisions:
(E)
1' - 7" MIN.
VIF
PERMIT SET
EQ
OFFICE
206
3B
Z
1
207A
2' - 6"
3D
W
205A
CP (E)
206A
CP (E)
4"
ALIGN
3D
W
3' - 2"
PLUG MOLD
AT TOP OF
BACKSPLASH
4"
3B
W
BLEACHER BOARD END CONDITION, SEE 4/A8.02
equipment
48"x18"
48"x18"
SLOPE
1/8"/FT
(E) SC
ALIGN 6' - 11"
5B
5 1/8"
V
5' - 0"
t-bins
DN
A8.03
5
equipment
208A
SLOPE
1/8"/FT
5' - 0"
3B
Y
ST WF-2
FEC
(E) ST
t-bins
t-bins
36"x15"
STAIR
203
1
3
(E) ROOF DRAIN
ELEVATOR
202
equipment
36"x15"
PRINTER
4
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
5B
V
8' - 4"
48"x15"
A6.02
6
t-bins
36"x15"
36"x15"
OPS
48"x30"
5B
V
1
1B
Y
t-bins
PRINTER SHELF, 12"x20" PLAM FINISH, 24" A.F.F.
2
2B
Y
36"x15"
14 24 00
NEW HYDRAULIC
ELEVATOR
9' - 7 1/4"
5A
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3 1/2"
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
hang
hang
36"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
48"x30"
SHIP/REC.
207
9' - 11 7/8"
4-OB
5B
V
(E) ST
t-bins
1
1
A7.01
5
48"x15"
10
ALIGN (VIF)
1B
Y
2' - 1 1/2" (VIF)
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
12' - 9 3/8" (VIF)
36"x30"
hang
hang
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
hang
hang
4D
Y
shoes
7
36"x30"
48"x30"
36"x15"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x15"
48"x15"
shoes
48"x15"
shoes
48"x30"
48"x15"
shoes
48"x30"
48"x15"
shoes
4B
Y
48"x30"
48"x15"
shoes
4B
Y
4B
Y
shoes
4B
Y
visual
210A
48"x15"
shoes
4B
Y
4B
Y
48"x15"
48"x15"
3B
Y
3B
Y
209A
209D
4B
Y
shoes
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
4B
Y
FITTING ROOMS
209
3B
Y
209B
16
16
SLOPE
1/8"/FT
4' - 1 1/2"
(E) ST
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
hang
36"x30"
TELE/DATA
2
210
AV
36"x15"
PRINTER
hang
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
3' - 2 1/2"
209C
4D
Y
11' - 10 5/8" (VIF)
2
3B
Y
3B
Y
shoes
HEADER
3' - 2 1/2"
3
4D
Y
5
42"x30"
shoes
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
hang
hang
36"x30"
42"x30"
9
STOCK
208
48"x18"
WF SC
211A
(E) ST
shoes
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
48"x30"
11' - 1 3/4"
7
4D
W
SLOPE
1/8"/FT
4' - 10"
48"x30"
shoes
48"x30"
shoes
48"x30"
shoes
48"x30"
shoes
48"x30"
shoes
48"x30"
shoes
48"x30"
shoes
shoes
shoes
48"x30"
shoes
5' - 0 5/8"
42"x30"
hang
3.6 OB
48"x30"
48"x18"
48"x30"
hang
4D
Y
shoes
48"x18"
4A
1B
Y
48"x30"
hang
48"x30"
4D
Y
208B
ST WF-2
10 1/8"
5' - 2 1/8"
4D
Y
ALIGN
5
1B
Y
DISPLAY
211
4D
Y
5' - 0"
6
BLEACHER
LIGHTBOX
4D
Y
EQ
shoes
PLUG MOLD
LIGHTBOX
3A
Y
5
42"x30"
SEATING
1
A7.12
EQ
shoes
A6.02
PLUG MOLD
1
BLEACHER
7' - 5 1/4"
14' - 9 1/2" (VIF)
SEATING
2' - 8 3/4"
PLUG MOLD
EQ
+16"
15' - 4 7/8"
EQ
1
48"x30"
15' - 6"
1
1
1
48"x15"
1
48"x30"
(E) 2" Ø
ROOF DRAIN
4' - 7 1/2"
4' - 7 1/2"
1
+16"
LIGHTBOX
4' - 6 1/4"
+16"
LIGHTBOX
L
1
1
969 SF
SEATING
1
1
SEATING
ENTRY
212
L
L
1
BLEACHER
3-OB
MECCA / AF-1
1
1
1
4' - 7 1/2"
1
1230 SF
3A
42"x30"
7' - 6"
BASKETBALL
3
1
SEATING
900 SF
1
(E) CT-1
13' - 9 1/4"
JORDAN
L
2.8 OB
1
48"x15"
2
TELE/DATA ROOM REQUIRES PLYWOOD BACK
PANEL AND A SEPARATE COOLING UNIT. SEE
MECH.
10
L
CENTERLINE OF
WOOD COURT
FLOORING
13' - 11 1/2"
200B
1
A8.02
2
9
LIGHTBOX
22' - 9 1/2"
CT-1 WF-2
5A
V
10
3' - 3 1/8" (VIF)
200A
11
3
7' - 6"
SALES
200
LEATHER COLUMN WRAP O.F.O.I.
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Suites 3070 & 3070u
1st and 2nd Floors
Atlanta, GA 30326
10' - 0"
A6.02
1
nike retail interiors
300 SF
L
4D
W
24' - 11 1/4"
S
4
4D
W
A5.01
14' - 0"
FEC
15' - 0"
L
PLUG MOLD
S
2
NIKE iD
1
BLEACHER
4D
W
EQ
DN
1
UNIFORM
CASE
18' - 5 1/2"
SHEET NOTES
1
675 SF
1
480 SF
1
S
1
1B
W
10
LIGHTBOX
NFL
EQ
PRO LOCKERS
2A
2
2B
W SIM
YOUNG JORDAN /
YOUNG ATHLETES
1270 SF
PRO
TRAINING
6' - 7 1/4"
1B
W
SEATING
8
STAIR
201
PLUG MOLD AT 10'-0" A.F.F.
SEATING
1D
W
1A
ALIGN
1B
W
6' - 8"
SERVICE AREA
204
OFFICE
205
4
A7.11
EQ
LEVEL 02 PLAN
Project #
12101
A2.02
1
LEVEL 02 - FLOOR PLAN
3/16" = 1'-0"
Date:
02.22.2013
REFLECTED CEILING PLAN LEGEND:
AREA NOT IN SCOPE OF WORK
NEW CONSTRUCTION
EXISTING STRUCTURE
CMU WALL
(E) MECHANICAL DUCTS
tva architects inc.
(N) MECHANICAL DUCTS, SEE MECH.
L#' - #"
CENTER OF
MALL
M-OB
L-OB
IA
H-OB
HA
GA
E-OB
FA
EA
TRACK LENGTH
B-OB
DA
FIELD HOUSE FRAME BELOW
12' - 3"
10' - 9"
5' - 3"
19' - 9"
18' - 3"
6' - 9"
25' - 0"
16' - 3"
8' - 9"
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
25' - 0"
Robert Thompson, FAIA, Architect
Georgia Registration No. RA013305
7' - 3"
09 29 00 GYPSUM CEILING
09 51 13 SUSPENDED PANEL CEILING
FAUX CONCRETE
METAL DECK INFILL
F1 FIXTURE
F2 FIXTURE
L25'-2"
F2 F1
F19
F19
TR2
M3
L8'-6"
TR2
15' - 0"
P8
F5 FIXTURE
TR2A
L8'-6"
F9 FIXTURE
F2 F1
F37B
STAIR
201
TR2
TR2
TR2A
F4 FIXTURE
M3
TR2
2' - 6"
L8'-6"
TR2
P8
11
A7.04
F19
OF STAIR BELOW
L8'-6"
TR2A
1
2' - 6"
M3
1A
1
4' - 9 1/2"
5' - 7 1/2"
3' - 0"
2-OB
F12 FIXTURE, SEE 13/A8.01
L37'-9"
L8'-6"
P8
P8
F13 FIXTURE, COORDINATED
MOUNTING HEIGHT & LOCATION
WITH ADJACENT DUCT & BOH
SHELVING
P8
STAIR OPENING BELOW
EM1
TR2A
EQ
EM1
EQ
EQ
EM1
EQ
EQ
EQ
EQ
TR2
EQ
F13A, MOUNTED ON TOP OF
STRUCTURE, SEE 13/A8.01
EM1
EQ
EQ
F19 FIXTURE
TR2
TR2
14' - 0"
2A
RF
10' - 9 1/8"
M3
F4
P8
P8
F5
F4
F1
P8
P8
2 X 4 TROFFER
P8
EQ
EQ
EQ
EQ
M2
EQ
EM1
1
EM1
EM1
L38'-0"
EM1
2
A8.06
TR2
5' - 10 1/4"
26' - 0"
F4
VIF
VIF
L33'-0"
SALES
200
SIM
1
14' - 0"
L38'-0"
EM1
L36'-0"
L36'-0"
F2
F1
P8
P8
P8
VIF
2
EM1
A8.06
SIM
P8
2
UNISTRUT SYSTEM ALIGN WITH
UNDERSIDE OF ADJACENT STRUCTURE,
SEE STRUCTURAL
2
SKYLIGHT ABOVE
VIF
F4
L63'-6"
7
SUBWOOFER
A8.06
SPEAKER 7-1
L12'-0"
L6'-0"
1
A8.06
SIM
6' - 0"
05 58 00
METAL PANEL
2
9' - 3 3/4"
FITTING ROOMS
209
V.I.F
VIF
2
A8.06
F2
TR2
P7
EM1
F9
EQ
1' - 8 1/2"
F13
4A
6' - 3 1/2"
9' - 0 1/2"
2' - 8 7/8"2' - 8 3/8"
TR2
3.6 OB
L3'-0"
EQ
L3'-0" EQ
EM1
EQ
F13
L3'-0"
12' - 0"
EM1
SHOPPER TRACK
2' - 0 1/2"
1' - 11 1/2" 4' - 0"
EM1
2' - 0 1/2"
1' - 11 1/2"
2' - 0"
L8'-0"
EQ
P7
2' - 3"2' - 1 1/2"
P7
M4
EQ
EQ
P7
M4
EQ
EQ
P7
M4
2' - 9" 2' - 8 1/2"
21' - 0"
ELEVATOR
202
REMOTE CONTROL
EXIT SIGN
EMERGENCY LIGHT
TR2A
SUPPLY DIFFUSER
P7
RETURN REGISTER
M4
HORN STROBE, CEILING/HORIZONTAL
SURFACE MOUNTED
SPEAKER/STROBE,
WALL MOUNTED AT 6'-8" AFF
F13
F13
RF
F37
STOCK
208
8' - 0"
TR2
CONT. IN
POCKET
MOTION DETECTOR
2
F13
5' - 2 7/8"
RADIO FREQUENCY
OFOI
DEVICES
CAMERA IP
F2
F36B
2' - 0 1/2"
1' - 11 1/2" 4' - 0"
F1
F2
CEILING-MOUNTED
SPEAKER
CAMERA ANALOG
S
F4
F4
2
RF
2"
EM1
12' - 6"
EQ
A8.06
S
1
M2
M2
4' - 0"
METAL DECK
INFILL
1
SPEAKER 7-2
L9'-6"
8' - 0"
23' - 0"
F2 F1
TR2A
15' - 2 1/2" TRACK
7' - 9 1/4"
EQ
TR2A
L39'-6"
M3 TRACK, MOUNTED ON F.H.
FRAMES @ 8'-0" AFF
A8.06
6' - 11"
A8.06
4
EM1
7
2
VIF
TR2
F4
V.I.F KNEE
BRACING
PROJECTION
4 1/4"
2
TR2A TRACK SUSPENDED FROM
UNISTRUT @ 11'-0" AFF. UNLESS
NOTED
2
VIF
4 1/4"
EM1
F39
KV FIXUTRE, MOUNTED IN
ELEVATOR PIT
VIF P8
TR2 TRACK MOUNT AT BOTTOM OF
JOIST
4
EQ
P8
8' - 9 1/2"
F4
P8
P8
F4
7' - 3 1/4"
L6'-0"
TR2
L6'-0"
F1
14' - 0"
2' - 0"
EM1
RF
TR2
M2 FIXTURE, MOUNTED IN O.F.O.I
DISPLAY
M4 FIXTURE (VERTICAL)
12' - 8 3/4"
P8
1
L24'-6"
P8 FIXTURE @ 13'-4" AFF, HUNG
FROM UNISTRUT, TYP.
8' - 5 1/8"
F4
EM1
1
L36'-0"
F1
6' - 11 3/4"
5' - 7 1/4"
L33'-0"
P7 FIXTURE @ 10'-0" AFF
L40'-6"
2.8 OB
3-OB
F39 FIXTURE, MOUNT ON FACE OF
COLUMN
P8
16
19' - 4 3/4"
P8
L33'-0"
EQ
P8
3A
F37B FIXTURE
VARIES WITH
BOTTOM OF JOIST
P8
F1
L38'-0"
2
F36C FIXTURE, MOUNTED AT 11'-6"
AFF
F4
F1
F4
F36B FIXTURE
F1
VARIES WITH
BOTTOM OF JOIST
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
F35 FIXTURE
TR2
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Suites 3070 & 3070u
1st and 2nd Floors
Atlanta, GA 30326
5' - 3"
TR2
nike retail interiors
5' - 6"
TR2
Revisions:
No.
Date
Description
1
03.15.2013
ADD. 1
2
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
SHEET NOTES
F13
F13
EQ
F13
STAIR
203
EQ
1
TRACKS SUSPENDED FROM UNISTRUT, LEVEL
WITH BOTTOM OF DUCT. SEE 9/A8.01
2
TRACK MOUNTED TO ADJACENT VERTICAL
SURFACE.
SUPPLY DUCT LEADING
TO ADJACENT TENANT
RETURN DUCT LEADING
TO ADJACENT TENANT
8' - 0"
F13
EXISTING 4" SPRINKLER
PIPE LEADING TO
ADJACENT TENANT
EQ
EQ
NOTE:
SHIP/REC.
207
SUSPENDED
TRANSFORMER.
REF STRUCT.
F13
RF
4-OB
PROVIDE CONDUIT ROUTING PLAN FOR ALL LINE VOLTAGE
AND LOW VOLTAGE LIGHTING DEVICES ON SALES FLOOR
FOR APPROVAL PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.
2' - 0"
5A
NO ROOF DECK PENETRATIONS WITH FASTENERS PROVIDE UNISTRUT SECURED TO BAR JOIST AT
UNDERSIDE OF DECK FOR MOUNTING DEVICES, ETC.
CONFIRM LAYOUT AND CONFIGURATION W/ ARCHITECT
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.
EQ
EQ
EQ
EQ
PERMIT SET
LEVEL 2 - RCP
LIGHTING
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9' - 0"
9' - 0"
Project #
OFFICE
206
1
LEVEL 02 - RCP LIGHTING
3/16" = 1'-0"
OFFICE
205
12101
A3.02A
Date:
02.22.2013
2-OB
1A
2A
2.8 OB
9' - 2"
3A
4A
3-OB
11
14
10
A7.03
A7.03
A7.03
L-OB
10 99 00
DISPLAY RAIL
tva architects inc.
IA
A7.03
TR2
11
F4
EQ
1A
2A
2.8 OB
14
A7.03
A7.03
6' - 0"
3
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS
STOREFRONT
EQ
1
5
A8.03
5
05 58 00
METAL PANEL, MTL-1
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
5
A8.04
NEUTRAL PIER
6"
2-OB
1A
2A
2.8 OB
11
14
A7.03
A7.03
10
A8.04
3A
3-OB
4A
10
A7.03
1' - 0" NEUTRAL PIER
38' - 4 5/8"
15' - 7"
(5) EQ PANELS
(2) EQ PANELS
6"
N.I.C.
N.I.C.
5
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
7
A8.03
3"
8' - 9 3/4"
A8.04
8
A8.04
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS STOREFRONT
14
5
A8.04
20
A8.04
Revisions:
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
23 00 00
FIRE ALARM PULL-STATION
A8.03
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
N.I.C.
L.O.D.
T.O.SLAB LEVEL 1
970' - 0"
08 41 26
2
KNURL ZONES ON
DOOR HANDLES, TYP.
SECTION AT MALL ENTRANCE - LEVEL 1
1/4" = 1'-0"
6"
16
3' - 8"
MALL SIDE
9' - 0 1/8"
MALL SIDE
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS
ENTRANCE
10
EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ
05 58 00 METAL PANEL
SOFFIT, MTL-1
12' - 7"
OFOI SIGN
6' - 0"
19
A8.04
1' - 6"
SIM
1
A8.04
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
9
A8.03
6"
1
1
10
A8.04
A7.03
ENLARGED PLAN - LEVEL 1 AT MALL
1/4" = 1'-0"
T.O. SLAB LEVEL 2
988' - 0"
1
EQ
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Suites 3070 & 3070u
1st and 2nd Floors
Atlanta, GA 30326
1
VIF
1
A7.03
F.O.
MULLION
T.O. SLAB LEVEL 2
988' - 0"
EQ
1
2' - 3"
F.O.
MULLION
EQ
DIM TO LEASE LINE (VIF)
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
DIM TO LEASE LINE (VIF )
05 50 00
(E) COLUMN W/
METAL BASE, SEE
DETAIL 10/A0.05
5 7/8"
A7.03
4' - 7 3/4"
1
4
08 41 26
A8.04
ALL-GLASS
STOREFRONT
13
A8.04
2' - 11 1/8"
A7.03
6' - 0"
100B
DISPLAY 4
101
1
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
2' - 3 1/8"
9' - 6"
100A
CT-1 WF
7
STOCK
118
A7.03
(E) CT-1
IA
6
10
17
A8.04
2' - 11 1/2"
6
A8.04
15
4A
nike retail interiors
24
A8.04
1
L-OB
A7.03
3-OB
SALES
100
11
1' - 7"
5 7/8"
ALIGN
7 5/8" (VIF)
A7.03
3A
WALL TO TERMINATE
ON B.O. CONCRETE
BEAM ABOVE. VERIFY
IN FIELD.
FEC
IA
Robert Thompson, FAIA, Architect
Georgia Registration No. RA013305
EQ
ENLARGED - DISPLAY 101 RCP
1/4" = 1'-0"
2-OB
2
EQ
05 58 00
METAL PANEL SOFFIT, MTL-1
10 99 00
DISPLAY RAIL
IA
A8.05
EQ
8' - 11"
1
ALIGN
ALIGN
1
15
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
10
SECTION AT MALL ENTRANCE - LEVEL 1
1/4" = 1'-0"
3
MALL ELEVATION - LEVEL 1 - EAST
1/4" = 1'-0"
EQ
EQ
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS STOREFRONT
1
EQ
08 41 26
KNURL ZONES ON
DOOR HANDLES, TYP.
05 58 00
METAL BASE AT (E) COLUMN
SEE DETAIL 10/A0.05
2
EQ
1
PROVIDE POWER
@ OFOI SIGN
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
L.O.D.
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
T.O.SLAB LEVEL 1
970' - 0"
No.
Date
Description
1
03.15.2013
ADD. 1
2
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
1
IA
L-OB
L-OB
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 2
988' - 1"
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 2
988' - 1"
T.O. SLAB LEVEL 2
988' - 0"
T.O. SLAB LEVEL 2
988' - 0"
14
A8.04
IA
IA
IA
1
2A
15
1
10
A8.04
05 58 00
METAL PANEL, MTL-1
A7.03
10
A8.04
11
A7.03
OPP.
4"
15
A8.05
1
A8.04
15
A8.04
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS STOREFRONT
15
LETTERING AND
SWOOSH DEBOSSED
INTO METAL PANEL
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS STOREFRONT
6
A8.04
05 58 00
METAL BASE
AT (E) COLUMN
05 58 00
METAL PANEL, MTL-1
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS STOREFRONT
BEYOND
05 58 00
METAL BASE AT
(E) COLUMN
16
A8.04
16
A8.04
T.O.SLAB LEVEL 1
970' - 0"
16
A8.04
3
A8.04
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
T.O.SLAB LEVEL 1
970' - 0"
T.O.SLAB LEVEL 1
970' - 0"
OPP.
19
A8.04
15
A8.04
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS STOREFRONT
16
A8.04
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
T.O.SLAB LEVEL 1
970' - 0"
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
OPP.
OPP.
OPP.
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
PERMIT SET
15
A8.04
10
A8.04
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
A8.04
VIF
9' - 0 1/8"
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS STOREFRONT
MALL SIDE
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EST. 1972
SIM
MALL ELEVATOR
BEYOND
21
A8.04
2
5' - 0 1/2"
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
3" 6"
05 58 00
METAL PANEL, MTL-1
OFOI SIGN
EQ
12
EQ
05 58 00
METAL PANEL MTL-1,
COORDINATE CUT-OUT
FROM OWNER-FURNISHED
ARTWORK
OPEN
Project #
PROVIDE POWER FOR
SIGN
A8.04
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
T.O.SLAB LEVEL 1
970' - 0"
MALL
ENTRANCES
LEVEL 1
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
12101
A7.03
T.O.SLAB LEVEL 1
970' - 0"
1
SECTION AT MALL ENTRANCE - LEVEL 1
15
1/4" = 1'-0"
SECTION AT MALL ENTRANCE - LEVEL 1
11
1/4" = 1'-0"
MALL ELEVATION - LEVEL 1 - NORTH
7
1/4" = 1'-0"
DISPLAY ELEVATION - LEVEL 1 - SOUTH
6
1/4" = 1'-0"
MALL ELEVATION - LEVEL 1 - SOUTH
5
1/4" = 1'-0"
DISPLAY ELEVATION - LEVEL 1 - EAST
4
1/4" = 1'-0"
Date:
02.22.2013
2A
2.8 OB
3A
3-OB
4A
3.6 OB
10
7
9
A7.04
A7.04
EQ
EQ
EQ
EQ
A7.04
10 99 00
DISPLAY RAIL
EQ
TRACK LIGHTING
L-OB
ALIGN
TYP.
11
tva architects inc.
1
NEUTRAL FRAME
10"
A8.05
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
TRACK LIGHTING
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS STOREFRONT
10 99 00
DISPLAY RAIL
Robert Thompson, FAIA, Architect
Georgia Registration No. RA013305
IA
ENLARGED - DISPLAY 20 RCP
1/4" = 1'-0"
2.8 OB
3' - 10 5/8"
8
A7.04
A7.04
10' - 1 1/2" (VIF)
6' - 0"
2"
6' - 0"
EQ
EQ
EQ
5
A8.04
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
9' - 6 7/8"
2' - 10 5/8"
A7.04
3
14
A8.03
5
DISPLAY
211
A7.04
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS ENTRANCE
05 58 00
METAL BASE AT (E)
STL COLUMN,
SEE DETAIL 10/A0.05
1
1
6
WF SC
A7.04
EQ
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS STOREFRONT
6
A8.03
EQ
PLUG MOLD AT SILL
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
211A
13
A8.03
EQ
OPP.
IA
7' - 10 1/8"
2"
A7.04
STOCK
208
SIM
2
5
A8.04
10
4
A8.04
(E) CT-1
A7.04
3.6 OB
A7.04
8' - 2 1/2"
13
A8.04
200A
L-OB
4A
9
9
A8.04
ALIGN
3-OB
SALES
200
6 1/2"
1' - 7"
1
A8.04
7
3A
3' - 6 5/8"
2A
200B
1A
6' - 7 1/4"
2-OB
CT-1 WF
11
05 58 00
METAL PANEL, MTL-1
NEUTRAL PIER
12' - 3 1/8"
1' - 0"
A7.04
L-OB
IA
L-OB
2-OB
1A
2A
2.8 OB
7
T.O. ROOF STEEL
1006' - 0"
A7.04
T.O. ROOF STEEL
1006' - 0"
1
OFOI SIGN
10
A8.04
10
A8.04
MALL SIDE
N.I.C.
3A
3-OB
4A
3.6 OB
8
9
10
A7.04
A7.04
A7.04
14' - 11 3/8"
56' - 1"
(2) EQ PANELS
(8) EQ. PANELS
N.I.C.
1' - 0"
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
7
1
1
5
A8.03
A8.03
A8.04
22
A8.04
A8.04
10' - 8 5/8"
05 58 00
METAL PANEL, MTL-1
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
3"
5
6' - 0"
MALL SIDE
23
A8.04
7
T.O. SLAB LEVEL 2
988' - 0"
IA
10
SECTION AT MALL ENTRANCE - LEVEL 2
1/4" = 1'-0"
IA
L-OB
N.I.C.
1
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS ENTRANCE
08 41 26
KNURL ZONES ON DOOR 2
HANDLES, TYP.
MALL ELEVATION - LEVEL 2 - EAST
1/4" = 1'-0"
05 58 00
METAL BASE
AT (E) STL COLUMN,
SEE DETAIL 10/A0.05
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 2
988' - 1"
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS STOREFRONT
L.O.D. T.O. SLAB LEVEL 2
988' - 0"
1
A8.04
4A
3.6 OB
9
1
11
A8.04
A7.04
09 29 00
5/8" GYP. BOARD, PT-8
5
4' - 9"
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06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
11
A8.04
ALIGN JT W/
BLEACHER BD BEYOND
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS STOREFRONT
05 58 00
METAL PANEL, MTL-1
12
12
3
A8.04
16
A8.04
A8.04
A8.04
OPP
A8.04
A8.04
MALL SIDE
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 2
988' - 1"
A8.04
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 2
988' - 1"
2
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
9' - 4 3/4"
05 58 00 METAL PANEL, MTL-1
1
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 2
988' - 1"
PROVIDE POWER FOR SIGN
SECTION AT MALL ENTRANCE - LEVEL 2
1/4" = 1'-0"
9
SECTION AT MALL ENTRANCE - LEVEL 2
1/4" = 1'-0"
2
MALL ELEVATION - LEVEL 2 - NORTH
1/4" = 1'-0"
03.15.2013
ADD. 1
2
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
PERMIT SET
MALL
ENTRANCES
LEVEL 2
08 14 16
FLUSH WOOD HIDDEN DOOR
Project #
A8.04
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 2
988' - 1"
3
1
12
EQ
T.O. SLAB LEVEL 2
988' - 0"
8
1
1
05 58 00
METAL PANEL MTL-1,
COORD. CUT-OUT FROM
OWNER-FURNISHED
ARTWORK
5
1
2
Description
L-OB
OFOI SIGN
5' - 0 1/2"
08 41 26
KNURL ZONE
ON DOOR
HANDLES, TYP.
8"
MALL SIDE
1
Date
14
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS
ENTRANCE
No.
L-OB
19
A8.04
05 58 00
METAL PANEL MTL-1, COORD.
CUT-OUT FROM OWNERFURNISHED ARTWORK
Revisions:
IA
T.O. ROOF STEEL
1006' - 0"
10
A8.04
9
A8.03
20
L-OB
T.O. ROOF STEEL
1006' - 0"
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER WALL
PROVIDE POWER
@ OFOI SIGN
L.O.D.
L-OB
10
A8.04
1
6"
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 2
988' - 1"
T.O. SLAB LEVEL 2
988' - 0"
SECTION AT MALL ENTRANCE - LEVEL 2
1/4" = 1'-0"
A8.03
A8.04
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 2
988' - 1"
8
A8.04
05 58 00 METAL PANEL, MTL-1
10
EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ
OFOI SIGN
1' - 6"
5
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Suites 3070 & 3070u
1st and 2nd Floors
Atlanta, GA 30326
IA
LEVEL 02 - FLOOR PLAN
1/4" = 1'-0"
nike retail interiors
4
MALL ELEVATION - LEVEL 2 - SOUTH
1/4" = 1'-0"
5
DISPLAY ELEVATION - LEVEL 2 - EAST
1/4" = 1'-0"
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 2
988' - 1"
T.O. SLAB LEVEL 2
988' - 0"
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 2
988' - 1"
T.O. SLAB LEVEL 2
988' - 0"
6
DISPLAY ELEVATION - LEVEL 2 - SOUTH
1/4" = 1'-0"
12101
A7.04
Date:
02.22.2013
EA
B-OB
DA
6
21
20
10
A7.05
A8.05
A8.05
A7.05
(E) METAL PANEL
SOFFIT, N.I.C.
EQ.
5' - 0"
EQ.
ROOF DRAIN
LIGHT FIXTURE
CENTERED ON
PANEL, TYP.
11
A8.05
A8.05
10' - 0"
A8.05
6
1A
EQ
EQ
EQ
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
Robert Thompson, FAIA, Architect
Georgia Registration No. RA013305
TRACK
LIGHTS, REF.
ELECTRICAL
PLANS
SHOPPER
TRACKER
05 58 00
SOFFIT PANEL JOINT
tva architects inc.
A8.05
1
EQ
EQ
1
13
EQ
EQ
2-OB
17
EQ
05 50 00
RECESSED DISPLAY RAIL, TYP.
EQ
A8.05
05 58 00
METAL PANEL SOFFIT
1
EQ
EQ
ENLARGED RCP - DISPLAY 104 RCP
1/4" = 1'-0"
EA
B-OB
DA
6
10
(E) STOREFRONT,
N.I.C.
A7.05
CONCRETE CURB
AND CURTAIN
WALL BY OTHERS
A7.05
08 14 16
METAL-CLAD WOOD DOOR
SSG (E)
2-OB
1A
A7.05
8' - 4 3/8"
19
A8.05
A7.05
9
3
A8.05
1
DISPLAY
104
STORAGE
105
5
A8.05
7
5
VESTIBULE
103
EQ
4D
Y
EQ.
06 40 23
BLEACHER BOARD
ON EXTRUDED ALUMINUM CLIP
A7.05
4
WF1 SSG
9
A8.05
1
SSG WF1
EQ
1
2
A8.05
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
1
4
A8.05
3
23 00 00
FIRE ALARM PULL-STATION
EQ.
10' - 6 1/4"
A7.05
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS ENTRANCES
2"
(V.I.F.)
2-OB
1A
2-OB
1A
1A
ENLARGED PLAN AT EXTERIOR ENTRANCE
1/4" = 1'-0"
DA
2-OB
B-OB
6
A7.05
N.I.C.
N.I.C.
N.I.C.
(E) STEEL COLUMN,
PAINTED
CENTER EXIT SIGN
ON DOORS, TYP.
A8.05
A8.05
05 58 00
METAL PANEL FASCIA
3"
06 40 23
BLEACHER BOARD
ON EXTRUDED ALUMINUM CLIP
7
19
A8.05
A8.05
05 58 00
METAL PANEL FASCIA
05 58 00
METAL PANEL SOFFIT
ON METAL FRAMING
19
08 51 23
STEEL WINDOW SYSTEM
09 29 00
GYP. BOARD ON METAL
FRAMING
08 51 23
STEEL WINDOW SYSTEM
EXTERIOR WORK,
N.I.C.
9
A8.05
9
18
A8.05
2"
A8.05
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
N.I.C.
GRILLES
LIGHTING RECESS
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
N.I.C.
14
1
A8.02
O.F.O.I FIXTURE
09 29 00
GYP. BOARD ON METAL FRAMING,
PAINTED
8'-3" AFF PLUG MOLD
1
BEHIND DISPLAY FIXTURE
4
A8.05
1
05 58 00
METAL BASE, MTL-1
6"
1
EXTERIOR
WORK, N.I.C.
10' - 0"
10' - 0"
A8.05
08 14 16
FLUSH WOOD DOOR,
PAINTED
09 29 00
GYP. BOARD,
PAINTED
EXTERIOR FACADE BEYOND
EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ
23 05 01
6"x18" LINEAR BAR
GRILLE SUPPLY.
REF MECH.
23 05 01
6"x18" LINEAR BAR
GRILLE RETURN
REF MECH.
EXIT SIGN
8
A8.05
21
A8.05
O.F.O.I FIXTURE
2
2
17
A8.05
1' - 6"
2"
1
A8.05
09 29 00
GYP. BOARD
ON METAL FRAMING
17
13
13
20
A8.05
MECHANICAL DUCT,
REFERENCE
MECHANICAL
DRAWINGS
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Suites 3070 & 3070u
1st and 2nd Floors
Atlanta, GA 30326
2
nike retail interiors
1
22
A8.05
14
A8.05
N.I.C.
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
08 51 23
STEEL WINDOW SYSTEM
A8.05
14
18
A8.05
A8.05
08 41 26
2
KNURL ZONES ON DOOR
HANDLES, TYP.
Revisions:
No.
Date
Description
1
03.15.2013
ADD. 1
2
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
08 41 26
ALL-GLASS ENTRANCES
10
SECTION AT EXTERIOR ENTRANCE
1/4" = 1'-0"
8
WEST ELEVATION AT EXTERIOR ENTRANCE
1/4" = 1'-0"
1A
6
SECTION AT EXTERIOR ENTRANCE
1/4" = 1'-0"
3
SOUTH ELEVATION AT EXTERIOR ENTRANCE
1/4" = 1'-0"
2-OB
N.I.C.
DA
20 OPP.
A8.05
2-OB
10
6
1
1
A7.05
A8.05 A8.05
09 29 00
GYP. BOARD
ON METAL FRAMING
EQ.
A8.05
N.I.C.
EQ.
PERMIT SET
1
A8.05
A8.02
10' - 0"
06 40 23
BLEACHER BOARD
ON EXTRUDED ALUMINUM CLIP
3
08 14 16
FLUSH WOOD DOOR,
PAINTED
08 14 16
FLUSH WOOD DOOR,
METAL CLAD
3
2
3
A8.05
A8.05
4"
3' - 8"
N.I.C.
1
A8.02
9
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
10
1
A8.05
A8.02
EAST ELEVATION AT EXTERIOR ENTRANCE
1/4" = 1'-0"
7
DISPLAY 104 - SOUTH
1/4" = 1'-0"
06 40 23
O.F.C.I. BLEACHER BOARD
ON EXTRUDED ALUMINUM CLIP
NORTH
ENTRANCE
23 00 00
FIRE ALARM PULL-STATION
A8.05
(E) STEEL WINDOW
SYSTEM
05 58 00
METAL WALL PANEL, MTL-1
4
4
A8.05
A8.05
10' - 0"
09 29 00
GYP. BOARD
BEYOND, PAINTED
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1A
12
1
05 58 00
METAL WALL PANEL, MTL-1
Project #
A8.05
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
FIN. FLOOR - LEVEL 1
970' - 1"
12101
A7.05
10
1
A8.05
5
VESTIBULE 103 - EAST
1/4" = 1'-0"
1
4
EAST ELEVATION - OUTSIDE OF VESTIBULE
1/4" = 1'-0"
Date:
02.22.2013
(E) SKYLIGHT
10
A8.06
09 91 00
PAINT FINISH
09 91 00
PAINT FINISH
(E) SKYLIGHT
(E) SKYLIGHT
tva architects inc.
09 91 00 PAINT FINISH
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
09 22 16
(E) METAL FRAMING
(E) SKYLIGHT CURB AND
WATERPROOFING
05 31 00
PERFORATED METAL DECK AND
CLOSURE ANGLE WITH 09 91 00
PAINT FINISH - SEE STRUCTURAL
VIF
(E) ROOF
CONSTRUCTION
09 29 00
(N) 5/8" GYP. BOARD
PAINT FINISH
(E) SKYLIGHT CURB AND
WATERPROOFING
09 91 00
(N) 5/8" GYP. BOARD
PAINT FINISH. NO
GYP. BOARD AT SIM.
(E) ROOF
CONSTRUCTION
05 31 00
AT SIM, PERFORATED METAL
DECK AND CLOSURE ANGLE
WITH 09 91 00 PAINT FINISH.
SEE STRUCTURAL.
09 91 00
AT SIM, NO GYP. BD.
REQUIRED ABOVE
PERFORATED METAL DECK
Robert Thompson, FAIA, Architect
Georgia Registration No. RA013305
05 31 00
AT SIM, PERFORATED METAL
DECK AND CLOSURE ANGLE
WITH 09 91 00 PAINT FINISH.
SEE STRUCTURAL.
09 91 00
GYP. BOARD W/
PAINT FINISH BEYOND
(E) SKYLIGHT
(E) STEEL STRUCTURE WITH
09 91 00 PAINT FINISH
09 29 00
NEOPRENE GASKET
1/2"
09 22 16
METAL FRAMING
09 22 16
METAL FRAMING
09 22 16
(E) METAL FRAMING
(E) STEEL STRUCTURE
WITH 09 91 00 PAINT
FINISH
(E) STEEL
STRUCTURE WITH
09 91 00 PAINT
FINISH
09 29 00
'J' BEAD
09 91 00
(N) 5/8" BOARD
PAINT FINISH
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
09 29 00
(N) 5/8" GYP. BOARD
PAINT FINISH
(E) ANGLES
ALIGN
NEOPRENE AT SKYLIGHT
3" = 1'-0"
7
SECTION - SKYLIGHT INFILL N-S
1 1/2" = 1'-0"
4
SECTION - SKYLIGHT INFILL E-W 2
1 1/2" = 1'-0"
1
SECTION - SKYLIGHT INFILL E-W 1
1 1/2" = 1'-0"
NOTE: DETAIL RELOCATED FROM SHEET A8.01
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Suites 3070 & 3070u
1st and 2nd Floors
Atlanta, GA 30326
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10
TRIM (E) FRAMING TO
ALIGN W/ (E) ANGLES
Revisions:
No.
Date
Description
2
1
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
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DETAILS
Project #
12101
A8.06
2
Date:
02.22.2013
tva architects inc.
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
M-OB
IA
HA
GA
FA
EA
GENERAL NOTES
DA
A.
B.
C.
D.
2
10"Ø LD
250 CFM
10
C
S
CO2 SENSOR
E.
12"x12" TG
F.
21
6
V1-06
8"Ø CD
150 CFM
10"Ø LD
BELOW
8"ø
2-OB
12"x12"
G.
1A
H.
1
6
I.
S
V1-01
16"x8" SR
500 CFM
16"x8" SR
500 CFM
UP
14"x8" SR
500 CFM
4
10"x10"
30"x10" SR
1000 CFM
18"x10" SR
750 CFM
J.
32"x12"
12
12"x8" SR
250 CFM
14"x8" SR
500 CFM
32"x14"
12"x8" SR
250 CFM
12
12"x8" SR
250 CFM
12
12"x8" SR
250 CFM
K
L
H
12
MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL INSTALL ALL DUCTWORK AS HIGH
AS POSSIBLE TO STRUCTURE. COORDINATE THE LOCATION OF
DUCTWORK AND EQUIPMENT WITH ALL OTHER TRADES AND WITH
EXISTING DUCTWORK, STRUCTURE, PIPING SPRINKLER MAINS, AND
ALL OTHER EXISTING CONDITION. CONTACT THE CONSTRUCTION
MANAGER IMMEDIATELY IF CEILING CONFLICTS ARE ENCOUNTERED.
ANY RELOCATION OF DUCTWORK OR EQUIPMENT REQUIRED BY THE
MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR'S FAILURE TO COORDINATE NEW YORK
WITH EXISTING CONDITIONS SHALL BE DONE AT NO EXTRA COST TO
THE OWNER.
ALL WORK SHALL BE IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH ALL FEDERAL,
STATE AND LOCAL CODES AND ORDINANCES.
MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
COORDINATION OF ALL TRADES, LANDLORD REQUIREMENTS, CEILING
HEIGHTS AND EXISTING STRUCTURAL CONDITIONS PRIOR TO
FABRICATION OF ANY DUCTWORK OR ORDERING OF ANY EQUIPMENT.
MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE TENANT WITH AS-BUILT
DRAWINGS AT THE COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT.
REMOVE ALL EXISTING EQUIPMENT AND DUCTWORK NOT INTENDED
FOR REUSE, DO NOT ABANDON.
MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PERFORM A PRE CONSTRUCTION
CHECKOUT OF EQUIPMENT WITHIN THE SCOPE OF WORKSPACE. ANY
DISCREPANCIES SHALL BE SUBMITTED IN WRITING TO THE BUILDING
CHIEF ENGINEER SO THAT CONDITIONS CAN BE VERIFIED AND
CORRECTED. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL
REPAIRS NOT NOTED DURING PRE CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION.
ALL DRAWINGS ARE CONCEPTUAL AND SCHEMATIC AND ARE
INTENDED FOR USE AS A GUIDELINE. THE CONTRACTORS ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR VERIFYING ALL FIELD CONDITIONS AND
ADJUSTING OR MODIFYING THE SPECIFIC ELEMENTS OF THEIR WORK
AS REQUIRED TO MEET THE DESIGN INTENT.
MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROBIDE ADDITIONAL DRAWINGS,
CALCULATIONS AND OTHER DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED FOR THE
BUILDING DEPARTMENT.
THE CONTRACTORS SHALL VISIT THE SITE TO DETERMINE
CONDITIONS AFFECTING THE WORK. BIDS SHALL SERVE AS EVIDENCE
OF KNOWLEDGE OF EXISTING CONDITIONS AND ANY MODIFICATIONS
WHICH ARE REQUIRED TO MEET THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS AND
SPECIFICATIONS. FAILURE TO VISIT THE SITE DOES NOT RELIEVE THE
CONTRACTOR OF RESPONSIBILITY IN PERFORMANCE OF WORK
REQUIRED DUE TO EXISTING CONDITIONS IN EVIDENCE.
GC TO FIELD VERIFY DEMO SCOPE OF WORK PRIOR TO BID. REMOVE
ALL EXISTING HVAC EQUIPMENT, DUCTWORK, ETC NOT INTENDED
FOR REUSE. DO NOT ABANDON
KOHRS LONNEMANN HEIL
ENGINEERS, PSC
MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
WWW.KLHENGRS.COM
1538 ALEXANDRIA PIKE, STE. 11
FT. THOMAS, KENTUCKY 41075
800-354-9783
859-442-8050
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
2A
A-CBX
NEW VAV BOX WITH ELECTRIC REHEAT.
COORDINATE ALL DUCTWORK PRIOR TO DUCTWORK
FABRICATION. INSTALL DUCTWORK AS HIGH AS POSSIBLE.
COORDINATE THE PATH OF THE DUCTWORK WITH THE
LIGHTING PLAN, SPRINKLER PIPING, EXISTING STRUCTURE,
AND ALL OTHER EXISTING CONDITIONS. (TYPICAL)
6
INSTALL NEW REMOTE SENSOR PROVIDED BY CSUSA.
PROVIDE ALL CONTROL WORK AND WIRING TO HVAC
EQUIPMENT AS REQUIRED PER THE MANUFACTURERS PRINTED
INSTRUCTIONS. COORDINATE WITH BUILDING CONTROLS AND
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR.
10
PROVIDE NEW CO2 SENSOR FOR DEMAND CONTROL
VENTILATION. COORDINATE ALL CONTROLS REQUIREMENTS
WITH CSUSA.
GC TO UNDERCUT DOOR 1" FOR RETURN AIRFLOW.
MOUNT SUPPLY AIR DEVICE ON BOTTOM OF DUCT. BALANCE TO
THE SCHEDULED CFM.
COVER DUCT OPENING WITH 1"X1" WIRE MESH SCREEN.
EXTEND CONDENSATE LINE TO MOP SINK AND TERMINATE
WITH AIR GAP.
PROVIDE NEW PRESSURE SENSOR. COORDINATE ALL
CONTROLS REQUIREMENTS WITH CSUSA.
MOUNT LINEAR SUPPLY AIR DIFFUSER VERTICALLY, 2" BELOW
FINISHED CEILING. MOUNT LINEAR TRANSFER AIR DIFFUSER
VERTICALLY, 2" ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR. LINEAR TRANSFER
AIR DIFFUSER TO BE OPEN TO STORAGE AREA FOR AIRFLOW.
D-CBX
2.8 OB
11
12
13
15
E-CBX
3A
22"x10" SR
900 CFM
22"x10" SR
1000 CFM
17
22"x10" SR
900 CFM
S P
G-CBX
6
RTU-1
22"x10"
16"x6" SR
250 CFM
21
3-OB
1
16"x6" SR
250 CFM
22"x10"
V1-05
22"x10"
F-CBX
17
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA
32"x14"
C-CBX
2
4
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KEYED NOTES
B-CBX
24"x10" DL
1000 CFM
2
13
6
9450 CFM
S
V1-03
26"x26"
2
26"x20"
V1-05
S
C
6
10
4
1
12"x12"
8"Ø CD
150 CFM
11
11
11
8"ø
11
46"x22"
12"x12" RG
300 CFM
11
8"x8" EG
100 CFM
11
12"x10"
1
12"x6" SR
350 CFM
4"ø
4"ø
4"ø
4"ø
20"x14"
2
V1-02
12
8"x4" EG
50 CFM 6"ø
8"x8" EG
100 CFM
6"Ø CD
50 CFM
6"Ø CD
50 CFM
12
1"Ø COND. FROM ABOVE
1"Ø COND.
12"x6" SR
350 CFM
12"x6" SR
225 CFM
C
S
1
V1-04
20"x8" TG
1
2
S
12"x10"
CRATE & BARREL
3
4
13
V1-04
8"ø
RS & RL
PIPING UP
TO ROOF
13
12"x6" SR
300 CFM
Date
Description
1
2
03.15.2013
03.20.2013
ADD. 1
ADD. 2
4A
3.6 OB
AC-2
6
No.
8"x16"
1
AC-2
12"x6" SR
225 CFM
8"x8"
3000 CFM
1"Ø COND.
12"x14"
16"x10"
CO2 SENSOR
RESTROOM
49
12"x6" SR
300 CFM
6
10
2
11
V1-03
Revisions:
V1-01
48"x26"
15
16"ø
20"x14"
8"x4"
44"x14"
12"x6" SR
350 CFM
6"Ø CD 4"ø
50 CFM
24"x16"
V1-02
20"x14"
26"x18"
4
34"x18"
20"x14"
UP
DN
JANITOR
47
12"x6" SR
350 CFM
REF.
BREAK ROOM
37
PERMIT SET
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LEVEL 01 HVAC PLAN
5A
4-OB
Project #
12101
SHIPPING & RECEIVING
50
M2.01
L-OB
1
LEVEL 01 - HVAC PLAN
3/16" = 1'-0"
H-OB
E-OB
B-OB
Date:
02.22.2013
2
IA
HA
GA
FA
EA
DA
KEYED NOTES
1
3
2-OB
1A
5
EXISTING ROOFTOP AIR HANDLING UNIT TO REMAIN.
BALANCE TO THE SCHEDULED CFM. RETURN TO LIKE
NEW CONDITION, REPLACE FILTERS, CLEAN COILS,
REPAIR COMPRESSORS/FANS, RECHARGE REFRIGERANT,
ETC. PROVIDE CONDITIONING REPORT TO THE OWNER
UPON COMPLETION OF WORK. MECHANICAL
CONTRACTOR TO INSTALL NEW OUTSIDE AIR FLOW
MEASURING STATION FURNISHED BY CSUSA.
COORDINATE ALL CONTROLS REQUIREMENTS WITH
CSUSA.
PROVIDE ROOF MOUNTED CONDENSING UNIT AS
SCHEDULED. MOUNT UNIT ON PATE EQUIPMENT RAILS.
MAINTAIN ALL MANUFACTURER AND CODE REQUIRED
CLEARANCES. PROVIDE REFRIGERANT PIPING PER
MANUFACTURER GUIDELINES. VERIFY TOTAL LENGTH
DOES NOT EXCEED MANUFACTURER GUIDELINES.
PROVIDE LONG LINE ACCESSORIES AS REQUIRED. PITCH
POCKETS AND WOOD BLOCKING NOT PERMITTED PER
LANDLORD. SEE DETAILS ON M3.01 FOR ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION. VERIFY EXACT LOCATION AND
REQUIREMENTS WITH TENANT/LANDLORD PRIOR TO BID.
PROVIDE NEW ROOF MOUNTED EXHAUST FAN. BALANCE
TO THE SCHEDULED CFM.
tva architects inc.
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
K
L
H
KOHRS LONNEMANN HEIL
ENGINEERS, PSC
MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
WWW.KLHENGRS.COM
1538 ALEXANDRIA PIKE, STE. 11
FT. THOMAS, KENTUCKY 41075
800-354-9783
859-442-8050
2A
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
RTU TO BE REMOVED
BY LL.
nike retail interiors
3A
3-OB
EXISTING LANDLORD RTU
TO REMAIN. FIELD VERIFY
EXACT LOCATION PRIOR TO
BID FOR COORDINATION.
1
RS & RL PIPING UP
THRU ROOF TO CU-1.
CU-1
3
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA
2.8 OB
4A
RTU-1
3.6 OB
RS & RL PIPING UP
THRU ROOF TO CU-2.
CU-2
3
Revisions:
No.
Date
Description
1
2
03.15.2013
03.20.2013
ADD. 1
ADD. 2
1
1
RTU-2
5A
4-OB
5
EF-1
PERMIT SET
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ROOF HVAC
PLAN
Project #
L-OB
1
ROOF HVAC PLAN
3/16" = 1'-0"
H-OB
E-OB
B-OB
12101
M2.03
Date:
02.22.2013
SECTION 23 05 93.00 - TESTING, ADJUSTING AND BALANCING FOR HVAC
PART 1 GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS
A.
1.2 SUMMARY
A. This Section specifies the requirements and procedures total mechanical systems testing, adjusting, and balancing. Requirements include measurement and establishment of
the fluid quantities of the mechanical systems as required to meet design specifications, and recording and reporting the results.
B. Test, adjust, and balance the following mechanical systems:
1. Supply air systems, all pressure ranges including variable volume systems:
2. Return air systems.
3. Exhaust air systems
1.3
ACTION SUBMITTALS
A. Agency Data
1. Submit proof that the proposed testing, adjusting, and balancing agency meets the qualifications specified below.
B. Maintenance Data: Submit maintenance and operating data that include how to test, adjust, and balance the building systems. Include this information in maintenance data
specified in Division 1.
C. Certified Reports: Submit testing, adjusting, and balancing reports bearing the seal and signature of the Test and Balance Engineer. The reports shall be certified proof that
the systems have been tested, adjusted, and balanced in accordance with the referenced standards; are an accurate representation of how the systems have been installed; are a
true representation of how the systems are operating at the completion of the testing, adjusting, and balancing procedures; and are an accurate record of all final quantities
measured, to establish normal operating values of the systems. Follow the procedures and format specified below:
1. Final Report: Upon verification and approval prepare final reports, type written, and organized and formatted as specified below. Submit 2 complete sets of final reports.
2. Report Format: Report forms shall be those standard forms prepared by the referenced standard for each respective item and system to be tested, adjusted, and balanced.
Bind report forms complete with schematic systems diagrams and other data in reinforced, vinyl, three-ring binders. Provide binding edge labels with the project
identification and a title descriptive of the contents. Divide the contents of the binder into the below listed divisions, separated by divider tabs:
a. General Information and Summary
b. Air Systems
c. Temperature Control System
D. Qualification Data: Within 30 days from Contractor's Notice to Proceed, submit 6 copies of evidence that TAB firm and this Project's TAB team members meet the
qualifications specified in "Quality Assurance" Article.
E. Contract Documents Examination Report: Within 30 days from Contractor's Notice to Proceed, submit 6 copies of the Contract Documents review report as specified in
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
1.4
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
"Preparation" Article. Include a complete set of report forms intended for use on this Project.
Certified TAB Reports: Submit two copies of reports prepared, as specified in this Section, on approved forms certified by TAB firm.
Sample Report Forms: Submit two sets of sample TAB report forms.
Warranty submittals should be forwarded to Owner for review and approval by Owner's legal counsel.
Warranties specified in this Section.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Codes and Standards:
1. AABC: "National Standards for Total System Balance".
2. ASHRAE: ASHRAE Handbook, Systems Volume, Chapter 37, Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing.
Agency Qualifications
1. The HVAC Contractor shall procure the services of an independent Balance and Testing Agency, approved by the Engineer, and a member of Associated Air Balance
Council (AABC) or NEBB, which specializes in the balancing and testing of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems, to balance, adjust and test all air and
water systems and equipment as herein specified.
2. All work by this agency shall be done under direct supervision of a qualified heating and ventilating Engineer employed by this agency.
3. All instruments used by this agency shall be accurately calibrated and maintained in good working order.
The Balance and Testing Agency must provide the technicians with the following instruments for field use:
1. One set of pressure gages and fittings.
2. Dry bulb thermometer.
3. Wet bulb thermometer.
4. Thermocouple unit and thermocouples.
5. Set of balancing cork adjustment wrenches.
6. Portable field flowmeter.
TAB Firm Qualifications: Engage a TAB firm certified by either AABC or NEBB.
TAB Conference: Meet with Owner's and Architect's representatives on approval of TAB strategies and procedures plan to develop a mutual understanding of the details.
Ensure the participation of TAB team members, equipment manufacturers' authorized service representatives, HVAC controls installers, and other support personnel.
Provide seven days' advance notice of scheduled meeting time and location.
1. Agenda Items: Include at least the following:
a. Submittal distribution requirements.
b. The Contract Documents examination report.
c. TAB plan.
d. Work schedule and Project-site access requirements.
e. Coordination and cooperation of trades and subcontractors.
f. Coordination of documentation and communication flow.
2. Certification of TAB Reports: Certify TAB field data reports. This certification includes the following:
a. Review field data reports to validate accuracy of data and to prepare certified TAB reports.
b. Certify that TAB team complied with approved TAB plan and the procedures specified and referenced in this Specification.
F. TAB Report Forms: Use standard forms from AABC's "National Standards for Testing and Balancing Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning Systems." NEBB's
"Procedural Standards for Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing of Environmental Systems." SMACNA's "HVAC Systems - Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing." TAB firm's
forms approved by Architect.
G. Instrumentation Type, Quantity, and Accuracy: As described in AABC's "National Standards for Testing and Balancing Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning Systems
H. Instrumentation Calibration: Calibrate instruments at least every six months or more frequently if required by instrument manufacturer.
1. Keep an updated record of instrument calibration that indicates date of calibration and the name of party performing instrument calibration.
1.5 SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING
A. Systems shall be fully operational prior to beginning procedures.
B. Test, adjust, and balance the air systems before hydronic, steam, and refrigerant systems.
C. Test, adjust and balance air conditioning systems during summer season and heating systems during winter season, including at least a period of operation at outside
conditions within 5 deg F wet bulb temperature of maximum summer design condition, and within 10 deg F dry bulb temperature of minimum winter design condition. Take
final temperature readings during seasonal operation.
1.6
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A. Full Owner Occupancy: Owner will occupy the site and existing building during entire TAB period. Cooperate with Owner during TAB operations to minimize conflicts
with Owner's operations.
1.7
COORDINATION
A. Coordinate the efforts of factory-authorized service representatives for systems and equipment, HVAC controls installers, and other mechanics to operate HVAC systems and
equipment to support and assist TAB activities.
B. Notice: Provide seven days' advance notice for each test. Include scheduled test dates and times.
C. Perform TAB after leakage and pressure tests on air and water distribution systems have been satisfactorily completed.
1.8
WARRANTY
A. When warranties are required, verify with Owner's counsel that special warranties stated in this Article are not less than remedies available to Owner under prevailing local
B. National Project Performance Guarantee: Provide a guarantee on AABC's "National Standards for Testing and Balancing Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
Systems" forms stating that AABC will assist in completing requirements of the Contract Documents if TAB firm fails to comply with the Contract Documents.
C. Special Guarantee: Provide a guarantee on NEBB forms stating that NEBB will assist in completing requirements of the Contract Documents if TAB firm fails to comply
with the Contract Documents. Guarantee shall include the following provisions:
1. The certified TAB firm has tested and balanced systems according to the Contract Documents.
2. Systems are balanced to optimum performance capabilities within design and installation limits.
PART 2 PRODUCTS (NOT APPLICABLE)
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.1 PRELIMINARY PROCEDURES FOR air SYSTEM BALANCING
A. Check filters for cleanliness.
B. Check dampers (both volume and fire) for correct and locked position, and temperature control for completeness of installation before starting fans.
C. Place outlet dampers in the full open position.
D. Check fan rotation
E. Air balance and testing shall not begin until the system has been completed and is in full working order. The Contractor shall put all heating, ventilating and air conditioning
systems and equipment into full operation and shall continue the operation of same during each working day of testing and balancing. The contractor shall submit within 30
days after receipt of contract, 8 copies of submittal data for the testing and balancing of the air conditioning, heating, and ventilating systems. The Air Balance and Testing
Agency shall provide proof of having successfully completed at least five projects of similar size and scope.
F. Renovations:
1. In areas where existing air handling equipment or exhaust fans are being utilized, balancing contractor shall include the cost to pre-check each fan airflow (supply,
return, exhaust) and any branch ductwork serving existing areas, prior to demolition and provide a report outlining existing air flows prior to any work. Any
discrepancies of required air flows compared to design air flows shall be brought to the attention of the engineer prior to any work.
2. At the completion of construction, balancing contractor shall re-check and adjust each air handler or exhaust fan air flows. (supply, return, exhaust) to meet the required
air flows. Change out sheaves, increase static pressure set-points, change motors and ramp up fans as required to obtain design air flows. Clean existing coils, change
filters as required to obtain design air flows.
3. Adjust existing ductwork dampers serving existing spaces and balance to pre-checked air flows. Air flows serving existing spaces shall be similar after project is
complete.
3.2 MEASUREMENTS
A. Provide all required instrumentation to obtain proper measurements, calibrated to the tolerances specified in the referenced standards. Instruments shall be properly
maintained and protected against damage.
3.3 PERFORMING TESTING, ADJUSTING, AND BALANCING
A. Perform testing and balancing procedures on each system identified, in accordance with the detailed procedures outlined in the referenced standards.
B. Cut insulation, ductwork, and piping for installation of test probes to the minimum extent necessary to allow adequate performance of procedures.
1. Patch insulation, ductwork, and housings, using materials identical to those removed.
2. Seal ducts and piping after testing. Then test for leaks and repair if found.
3. Seal insulation to re-establish integrity of the vapor barrier.
C. Mark equipment settings, including damper control positions; valve indicators, fan speed control levers, and similar controls and devices, to show final settings. Mark with
paint or other suitable, permanent identification materials.
D. Retest, adjust, and balance systems subsequent to significant system modifications, and resubmit test results.
END OF SECTION 23 05 93.00
DUCT INSULATION
23 07 13.00 - 18
SECTION 23 07 13.00 - DUCT INSULATION
PART 1 GENERAL
1.1 SUMMARY
A. Section includes insulating the following duct services:
1. Indoor, concealed supply and outdoor air.
2. Indoor, exposed supply and outdoor air.
3. Indoor, concealed return located in unconditioned space.
4. Indoor, exposed return located in unconditioned space.
5. Indoor, concealed exhaust between isolation damper and penetration of building exterior.
6. Indoor, exposed exhaust between isolation damper and penetration of building exterior.
1.2
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
testing agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction. Factory label insulation and jacket materials and adhesive, mastic, tapes, and cement material containers, with
appropriate markings of applicable testing agency.
1. Insulation Installed Indoors: Flame-spread index of 25 or less, and smoke-developed index of 50 or less.
1.3 SCHEDULING
A. Schedule insulation application after pressure testing systems and, where required, after installing and testing heat tracing. Insulation application may begin on segments that
have satisfactory test results.
B. Complete installation and concealment of plastic materials as rapidly as possible in each area of construction.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.1 INSULATION MATERIALS
A. Comply with requirements in "Duct Insulation Schedule, General," "Indoor Duct and Plenum Insulation Schedule," and "Aboveground, Outdoor Duct and Plenum Insulation
Schedule" articles for where insulating materials shall be applied.
B. Products shall not contain asbestos, lead, mercury, or mercury compounds.
C. Provide installed R-8 insulation, or code minimum on duct within building. Installed insulation R-Values shall be per minimum energy code requirements.
D.
E.
F. Foam insulation materials shall not use CFC or HCFC blowing agents in the manufacturing process.
G.
with vapor barrier. Factory-applied jacket requirements are specified in "Factory-Applied Jackets" Article.
1. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
a. CertainTeed Corp.; SoftTouch Duct Wrap .
b. Johns Manville; Microlite .
c. Knauf Insulation; Friendly Feel Duct Wrap .
d. Armstrong World Industries, Inc.
e. Owens Corning; SOFTR All-Service Duct Wrap .
I.
insulation without facing and with vapor barrier with factory-applied ASJ. Factory-applied jacket requirements are specified in "Factory-Applied Jackets" Article.
1. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
a. CertainTeed Corp.; Commercial Board .
b.
.
c. Knauf Insulation; Insulation Board .
d. Armstrong World Industries, Inc.
e.
.
J. Vapor Barrier Material for Ductwork: Paper-backed aluminum-foil, except as otherwise indicated; strength and permeability rating equivalent to factory-applied vapor
barriers on adjoining ductwork insulation, where available; with following additional construction characteristics:
1. High Puncture Resistance: Low vapor transmission (for ducts in exposed areas: Mech. Rooms, etc.)
2. Moderate Puncture Resistance: Medium vapor transmission (for ducts in concealed areas).
2.2 ADHESIVES
A. Materials shall be compatible with insulation materials, jackets, and substrates and for bonding insulation to itself and to surfaces to be insulated unless otherwise indicated.
B.
1. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
a. Childers Brand, Specialty Construction Brands, Inc., a business of H. B. Fuller Company; CP-127.Eagle Bridges - Marathon Industries ; 225.
b. Foster Brand, Specialty Construction Brands, Inc., a business of H. B. Fuller Company; 85-60/85-70.Mon-Eco Industries, Inc.; 22-25 .
c. Approved equal.
2.
1.
Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
a. Childers Brand, Specialty Construction Brands, Inc., a business of H. B. Fuller Company; CP-82 .
b. Eagle Bridges - Marathon Industries; 225.
c. Foster Brand, Specialty Construction Brands, Inc., a business of H. B. Fuller Company; 85-50.Mon-Eco Industries, Inc.; 22-25 .
2.
2.3 MASTICS
D.
1.
F. Vapor-Barrier Mastic: Water based; suitable for indoor use on below ambient services.
1. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
a. Foster Brand, Specialty Construction Brands, Inc., a business of H. B. Fuller Company; 30-80/30-90.
b. Vimasco Corporation; 749.
c. Approved equal.
2.
3.
4.
5. Color: White.
2.4 LAGGING ADHESIVES
A.
1.
2. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
a.
business of H. B. Fuller Company; 30-36 .
b. Vimasco Corporation; 713 and 714 .
c. Approved equal.
3. Fire-resistant, water-based lagging adhesive and coating for use indoors to adhere fire-resistant lagging cloths over duct insulation.
4.
5. Color: White.
2.5 SEALANTS
A. FSK and Metal Jacket Flashing Sealants:
1. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
a. Childers Brand, Specialty Construction Brands, Inc., a business of H. B. Fuller Company; CP-76.Eagle Bridges - Marathon Industries; 405 .
b. Foster Brand, Specialty Construction Brands, Inc., a business of H. B. Fuller Company; 95-44 .
c. Mon-Eco Industries, Inc.; 44-05 .
2. Materials shall be compatible with insulation materials, jackets, and substrates.
3. Fire- and water-resistant, flexible, elastomeric sealant.
4.
5. Color: Aluminum.
6.
B. ASJ Flashing Sealants, and Vinyl and PVC Jacket Flashing Sealants:
1. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
a. Childers Brand, Specialty Construction Brands, Inc., a business of H. B. Fuller Company; CP-76 .
b. Approved equal.
2. Materials shall be compatible with insulation materials, jackets, and substrates.
3. Fire- and water-resistant, flexible, elastomeric sealant.
4.
5. Color: White.
6.
2.6 TAPES
A.
1. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
a. ABI, Ideal Tape Division
b. Avery Dennison Corporation
c. Compac Corporation; 104 and 105.
d. Venture Tape
2. Width: 3 inches.
3. Thickness: 11.5 mils.
4. Adhesion: 90 ounces force/inch in width.
5. Elongation: 2 percent.
6. Tensile Strength: 40 lbf/inch in width.
7. ASJ Tape Disks and Squares: Precut disks or squares of ASJ tape.
B.
1. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
a. ABI, Ideal Tape Division
b. Avery Dennison Corporation
c. Compac Corporation; 110 and 111.
d. Venture Tape
2. Width: 3 inches.
3. Thickness: 6.5 mils.
4. Adhesion: 90 ounces force/inch in width.
5. Elongation: 2 percent.
6. Tensile Strength: 40 lbf/inch in width.
7. FSK Tape Disks and Squares: Precut disks or squares of FSK tape.
C. Aluminum-Foil Tape: Vapor-retarder tape with acrylic adhesive.
1. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
a. ABI
b. Avery Dennison Corporation
c. Compac Corporation; 120.
d. Venture Tape
2. Width: 2 inches.
3. Thickness: 3.7 mils.
4. Adhesion: 100 ounces force/inch in width.
5. Elongation: 5 percent.
6. Tensile Strength: 34 lbf/inch in width.
2.11 SECUREMENTS
A. Bands:
1. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
a. ITW Insulation Systems; Gerrard Strapping and Seals.
b. RPR Products, Inc.; Insul-Mate Strapping, Seals, and Springs.
c. Approved equal.
2.
B. Insulation Pins and Hangers:
1. Capacitor-Discharge-Weld Pins: Copper- or zinc-coated steel pin, fully annealed for capacitor-discharge welding, 0.135-inch- diameter shank, length to suit depth of
insulation indicated.
a. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
1) AGM Industries, Inc.; CWP-1.
2) GEMCO; CD.
3) Midwest Fasteners, Inc.; CD.
4) Nelson Stud Welding; TPA, TPC, and TPS.
2. Cupped-Head, Capacitor-Discharge-Weld Pins: Copper- or zinc-coated steel pin, fully annealed for capacitor-discharge welding, 0.135-inch- diameter shank, length to
suit depth of insulation indicated with integral 1-1/2-inch galvanized carbon-steel washer.
a. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
1) AGM Industries, Inc.; CHP-1.
2) GEMCO; Cupped Head Weld Pin.
3) Midwest Fasteners, Inc.; Cupped Head.
4) Nelson Stud Welding; CHP.
3. Metal, Adhesively Attached, Perforated-Base Insulation Hangers: Baseplate welded to projecting spindle that is capable of holding insulation, of thickness indicated,
securely in position indicated when self-locking washer is in place. Comply with the following requirements:
a. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
1) AGM Industries, Inc.; Tactoo Perforated Base Insul-Hangers.
2) GEMCO; Perforated Base.
3) Midwest Fasteners, Inc.; Spindle.
b. Baseplate: Perforated, galvanized carbon-steel sheet, 0.030 inch thick by 2 inches square.
c. Spindle: Stainless steel, fully annealed, 0.106-inch- diameter shank, length to suit depth of insulation indicated.
d. Adhesive: Recommended by hanger manufacturer. Product with demonstrated capability to bond insulation hanger securely to substrates indicated without
damaging insulation, hangers, and substrates.
4. Nonmetal, Adhesively Attached, Perforated-Base Insulation Hangers: Baseplate fastened to projecting spindle that is capable of holding insulation, of thickness
indicated, securely in position indicated when self-locking washer is in place. Comply with the following requirements:
a. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
1) GEMCO; Nylon Hangers.
2) Midwest Fasteners, Inc.; Nylon Insulation Hangers.
3)
Approved equal.
b. Baseplate: Perforated, nylon sheet, 0.030 inch thick by 1-1/2 inches in diameter.
c. Spindle: Nylon, 0.106-inch- diameter shank, length to suit depth of insulation indicated, up to 2-1/2 inches.
d. Adhesive: Recommended by hanger manufacturer. Product with demonstrated capability to bond insulation hanger securely to substrates indicated without
damaging insulation, hangers, and substrates.
5. Insulation-Retaining Washers: Self-locking washers formed from 0.016-inch- thick, stainless-steel sheet, with beveled edge sized as required to hold insulation securely
in place but not less than 1-1/2 inches in diameter.
a. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
1) AGM Industries, Inc.; RC-150.
2) GEMCO; R-150.
3) Midwest Fasteners, Inc.; WA-150.
4) Nelson Stud Welding; Speed Clips.
b. Protect ends with capped self-locking washers incorporating a spring steel insert to ensure permanent retention of cap in exposed locations.
6. Nonmetal Insulation-Retaining Washers: Self-locking washers formed from 0.016-inch- thick nylon sheet, with beveled edge sized as required to hold insulation
securely in place but not less than 1-1/2 inches in diameter.
a. Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:
1) GEMCO.
2) Midwest Fasteners, Inc.
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.1 EXAMINATION
A. Examine substrates and conditions for compliance with requirements for installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of insulation application.
1. Verify that systems to be insulated have been tested and are free of defects.
2. Verify that surfaces to be insulated are clean and dry.
B. Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
3.2 PREPARATION
A. Surface Preparation: Clean and dry surfaces to receive insulation. Remove materials that will adversely affect insulation application.
3.3 GENERAL INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
A. Install insulation materials, accessories, and finishes with smooth, straight, and even surfaces; free of voids throughout the length of ducts and fittings.
B. Clean and dry ductwork prior to insulating. Butt insulation joints firmly together to ensure complete and tight fit over surfaces to be covered.
C. Maintain integrity of vapor-barrier on ductwork insulation, and protect it to prevent puncture and other damage.
D. Extend ductwork insulation without interruption through walls, floors and similar ductwork penetrations, except where otherwise indicated
E. Lined Ductwork: Except as otherwise indicated, omit insulation on ductwork where internal insulation or sound absorbing linings have been installed.
F. Provide insulation on collar and backside of supply diffusers in all ceiling spaces. Provide insulation on plenum box of all supply grilles and registers in all ceiling spaces.
G. Install insulation materials, vapor barriers or retarders, jackets, and thicknesses required for each item of duct system as specified in insulation system schedules.
H. Install accessories compatible with insulation materials and suitable for the service. Install accessories that do not corrode, soften, or otherwise attack insulation or jacket in
either wet or dry state.
I. Install insulation with longitudinal seams at top and bottom of horizontal runs.
J. Install multiple layers of insulation with longitudinal and end seams staggered.
K. Keep insulation materials dry during application and finishing.
L. Install insulation with tight longitudinal seams and end joints. Bond seams and joints with adhesive recommended by insulation material manufacturer.
M. Install insulation with least number of joints practical.
N. Where vapor barrier is indicated, seal joints, seams, and penetrations in insulation at hangers, supports, anchors, and other projections with vapor-barrier mastic.
1. Install insulation continuously through hangers and around anchor attachments.
2. For insulation application where vapor barriers are indicated, extend insulation on anchor legs from point of attachment to supported item to point of attachment to
structure. Taper and seal ends at attachment to structure with vapor-barrier mastic.
3. Install insert materials and install insulation to tightly join the insert. Seal insulation to insulation inserts with adhesive or sealing compound recommended by insulation
material manufacturer.
P. Apply adhesives, mastics, and sealants at manufacturer's recommended coverage rate and wet and dry film thicknesses.
Q. Cut insulation in a manner to avoid compressing insulation more than 75 percent of its nominal thickness.
R. Finish installation with systems at operating conditions. Repair joint separations and cracking due to thermal movement.
S. Repair damaged insulation facings by applying same facing material over damaged areas. Extend patches at least 4 inches beyond damaged areas. Adhere, staple, and seal
patches similar to butt joints.
3.4 PENETRATIONS
A. Insulation Installation at Roof Penetrations: Install insulation continuously through roof penetrations.
1. Seal penetrations with flashing sealant.
2. For applications requiring only indoor insulation, terminate insulation above roof surface and seal with joint sealant. For applications requiring indoor and outdoor
insulation, install insulation for outdoor applications tightly joined to indoor insulation ends. Seal joint with joint sealant.
3. Extend jacket of outdoor insulation outside roof flashing at least 2 inches below top of roof flashing.
4. Seal jacket to roof flashing with flashing sealant.
B. Insulation Installation at Fire-Rated Wall and Partition Penetrations: Terminate insulation at fire damper sleeves for fire-rated wall and partition penetrations. Externally
insulate damper sleeves to match adjacent insulation and overlap duct insulation at least 2 inches.
1.
3.5 INSTALLATION OF MINERAL-FIBER INSULATION
A. Blanket Insulation Installation on Ducts and Plenums: Secure with adhesive and insulation pins.
1. Apply adhesives according to manufacturer's recommended coverage rates per unit area, for 100 percent coverage of duct and plenum surfaces.
2. Apply adhesive to entire circumference of ducts and to all surfaces of fittings and transitions.
3. Install either capacitor-discharge-weld pins and speed washers or cupped-head, capacitor-discharge-weld pins on sides and bottom of horizontal ducts and sides of
vertical ducts as follows:
a. On duct sides with dimensions 18 inches and smaller, place pins along longitudinal centerline of duct. Space 3 inches maximum from insulation end joints, and 16
inches o.c.
b. On duct sides with dimensions larger than 18 inches, place pins 16 inches o.c. each way, and 3 inches maximum from insulation joints. Install additional pins to
hold insulation tightly against surface at cross bracing.
c. Pins may be omitted from top surface of horizontal, rectangular ducts and plenums.
d. Do not overcompress insulation during installation.
e. Impale insulation over pins and attach speed washers.
f. Cut excess portion of pins extending beyond speed washers or bend parallel with insulation surface. Cover exposed pins and washers with tape matching insulation
facing.
4. For ducts and plenums with surface temperatures below ambient, install a continuous unbroken vapor barrier. Create a facing lap for longitudinal seams and end joints
with insulation by removing 2 inches from one edge and one end of insulation segment. Secure laps to adjacent insulation section with 1/2-inch outward-clinching
staples, 1 inch o.c. Install vapor barrier consisting of factory- or field-applied jacket, adhesive, vapor-barrier mastic, and sealant at joints, seams, and protrusions.
a. Repair punctures, tears, and penetrations with tape or mastic to maintain vapor-barrier seal.
b.
pattern over insulation face, along butt end of insulation, and over the surface. Cover insulation face and surface to be insulated a width equal to two times the
insulation thickness, but not less than 3 inches.
5. Overlap unfaced blankets a minimum of 2 inches on longitudinal seams and end joints. At end joints, secure with steel bands spaced a maximum of 18 inches o.c.
6. Install insulation on rectangular duct elbows and transitions with a full insulation section for each surface. Install insulation on round and flat-oval duct elbows with
individually mitered gores cut to fit the elbow.
7. Insulate duct stiffeners, hangers, and flanges that protrude beyond insulation surface with 6-inch- wide strips of same material used to insulate duct. Secure on
alternating sides of stiffener, hanger, and flange with pins spaced 6 inches o.c.
E. Board Insulation Installation on Ducts and Plenums: Secure with adhesive and insulation pins.
1. Apply adhesives according to manufacturer's recommended coverage rates per unit area, for 100 percent coverage of duct and plenum surfaces.
2. Apply adhesive to entire circumference of ducts and to all surfaces of fittings and transitions.
3. Install either capacitor-discharge-weld pins and speed washers or cupped-head, capacitor-discharge-weld pins on sides and bottom of horizontal ducts and sides of
vertical ducts as follows:
a. On duct sides with dimensions 18 inches and smaller, place pins along longitudinal centerline of duct. Space 3 inches maximum from insulation end joints, and 16
inches o.c.
b. On duct sides with dimensions larger than 18 inches, space pins 16 inches o.c. each way, and 3 inches maximum from insulation joints. Install additional pins to
hold insulation tightly against surface at cross bracing.
c. Pins may be omitted from top surface of horizontal, rectangular ducts and plenums.
d. Do not overcompress insulation during installation.
e. Cut excess portion of pins extending beyond speed washers or bend parallel with insulation surface. Cover exposed pins and washers with tape matching insulation
facing.
4. For ducts and plenums with surface temperatures below ambient, install a continuous unbroken vapor barrier. Create a facing lap for longitudinal seams and end joints
with insulation by removing 2 inches from one edge and one end of insulation segment. Secure laps to adjacent insulation section with 1/2-inch outward-clinching
staples, 1 inch o.c. Install vapor barrier consisting of factory- or field-applied jacket, adhesive, vapor-barrier mastic, and sealant at joints, seams, and protrusions.
a. Repair punctures, tears, and penetrations with tape or mastic to maintain vapor-barrier seal.
b.
pattern over insulation face, along butt end of insulation, and over the surface. Cover insulation face and surface to be insulated a width equal to two times the
insulation thickness, but not less than 3 inches.
5. Install insulation on rectangular duct elbows and transitions with a full insulation section for each surface. Groove and score insulation to fit as closely as possible to
outside and inside radius of elbows. Install insulation on round and flat-oval duct elbows with individually mitered gores cut to fit the elbow.
6. Insulate duct stiffeners, hangers, and flanges that protrude beyond insulation surface with 6-inch- wide strips of same material used to insulate duct. Secure on
alternating sides of stiffener, hanger, and flange with pins spaced 6 inches o.c.
F. 3.7 NOT USED.
3.9 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A. Perform tests and inspections.
B. Tests and Inspections:
1. Inspect ductwork, randomly selected by Architect, by removing field-applied jacket and insulation in layers in reverse order of their installation. Extent of inspection
shall be limited to [one location(s) for each duct system defined in the "Duct Insulation Schedule, General" Article.
C. All insulation applications will be considered defective Work if sample inspection reveals noncompliance with requirements.
3.11 PROTECTION AND REPLACEMENT
A. Repair damaged vapor barrier using vapor barrier tape to fully cover torn area.
B. Replace damaged insulation which cannot be repaired satisfactorily, including units with vapor barrier damage and moisture saturated units.
C. Protection: Insulation Installer shall advise Contractor of required protection for insulation work during remainder of construction period, to avoid damage and deterioration.
3.12 DUCT INSULATION SCHEDULE, GENERAL
A. Plenums and Ducts Requiring Insulation:
1. HVAC Ductwork (OA) between outside air entrance and fan inlet or HVAC unit inlet.
2. HVAC Louvers, Plenums and Ductwork three feet downstream of wall penetrations.
3. HVAC Ductwork (Supply) between fan discharge, or HVAC unit discharge, and room terminal outlet(s).
4. HVAC ductwork (Supply and Return) exposed in ceiling plenums, mechanical rooms, boiler rooms, storage rooms, utility spaces, etc. does require insulation.
5. HVAC Ductwork (Return) from Air Handling Unit to open plenum return system shall be lined.
B. Items Not Insulated:
1. Fibrous-glass ducts.
2.
3. Factory-insulated flexible ducts.
4. Factory-insulated plenums and casings.
5. Flexible connectors.
6. Vibration-control devices.
7. Factory-insulated access panels and doors.
C. Grilles, Registers, and Diffusers:
1. Provide insulation on collar and backside of supply diffusers in all ceiling spaces.
2. Provide insulation on plenum box of all supply grilles & registers in all ceiling spaces.
3. All Transfer Air ducts shall be provided with acoustic lining unless otherwise noted on drawings.
3.13 INDOOR DUCT AND PLENUM INSULATION SCHEDULE
A.
1. Mineral-Fiber Blanket:
a. 3 inches thick and 0.75-lb/cu. ft. nominal density.
b. 2 inches thick and 1.5-lb/cf. ft. nominal density.
B.
1. 1/2" acoustically lined.
C.
1. Mineral-Fiber Blanket:
a. 3 inches thick and 0.75-lb/cu. ft. nominal density.
b. 2 inches thick and 1.5-lb/cf. ft. nominal density.
D. Concealed, round and flat-oval, toilet or general building exhaust-air duct insulation shall be the following:
1. None.
E. Concealed, rectangular, supply-air duct insulation shall be the following:
1. Mineral-Fiber Blanket:
a. 3 inches thick and 0.75-lb/cu. ft. nominal density.
b. 2 inches thick and 1.5-lb/cf. ft. nominal density.
F. Concealed, rectangular, return-air duct insulation shall be the following:
1. 1/2" acoustically lined.
G. Concealed, rectangular, outdoor-air duct insulation shall be the following:
1. Mineral-Fiber Blanket:
a. 3 inches thick and 0.75-lb/cu. ft. nominal density.
b. 2 inches thick and 1.5-lb/cf. ft. nominal density.
H. Concealed, rectangular, toilet or general building exhaust-air duct insulation between isolation damper and penetration of building exterior shall be the following:
1. Mineral-Fiber Blanket:
a. 3 inches thick and 0.75-lb/cu. ft. nominal density.
b. 2 inches thick and 1.5-lb/cf. ft. nominal density.
I. Exposed, round and flat-oval, supply-air duct insulation shall be the following:
1. Double wall insulated.
J. Exposed, round and flat-oval, return-air duct insulation shall be the following:
1. 1/2" acoustically lined.
K. Exposed, round and flat-oval, outdoor-air duct insulation shall be the following:
1. Mineral-Fiber Blanket:
a. 2.2 inches thick and 0.75-lb/cu. ft. nominal density.
b. 2 inches thick and 1.0-lb/cf. ft. nominal density.
L. Exposed, round and flat-oval, toilet or general building exhaust-air duct insulation shall be the following:
1. None.
M. Exposed, rectangular, supply-air duct insulation shall be the following:
1. Double wall insulated.
N. Exposed, rectangular, return-air duct insulation shall be the following:
1. 1/2" acoustically lined.
O. Exposed, rectangular, outdoor-air duct insulation shall be the following:
1. Mineral-Fiber Blanket:
a. 3 inches thick and 0.75-lb/cu. ft. nominal density.
b. 2 inches thick and 1.5-lb/cf. ft. nominal density.
P. Exposed, rectangular, toilet or general building exhaust-air duct insulation shall be the following:
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SECTION 23 05 01.00 - COMMON REQUIREMENTS FOR HVAC
PART 1 GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS
A.
1.2 SUMMARY
A. Scope:
1. The base bid shall include furnishing all materials, labor, tools, equipment and installation of all work required to install complete mechanical systems as outlined in
Division 23.
2. Submittal of a bid indicates that the contractor has examined the drawings, specifications, and visited the site and has included all required allowances for a complete bid.
3. Contractor shall be designated as the sub-contractor for that section of work unless specifically stated otherwise.
B. Permits, Fees, Inspection, Laws and Regulations
1. Permits and fees of every nature required in connection with this work shall be obtained and paid for by this contractor who shall also pay for all the installation fees and
similar charges.
2. Laws and regulations which bear upon or affect the various branches of this work shall be complied with by this contractor, and are hereby made a part of this contract.
3. All work which laws require to be inspected shall be submitted to the proper public officials for inspections and certificates of final approval must be furnished to the
Owner before final acceptance will be given by the Engineer.
1.3
ACTION SUBMITTALS
A. Coordinate Submittal Data
1. Prior to submitting shop drawings, conduct a coordination meeting between all trades to review the mechanical and electrical coordination schedule on the mechanical
and electrical drawings. Verify that the mechanical electrical coordination schedules on separate discipline drawings agree. Coordinate which contractor provides,
installs and wires the disconnects, motor starters, controls, etc. between trades.
2. Coordinate the differences in electrical requirements (ex. Voltage, Phase, FLA, MCA and OCP, etc.) between the proposed submitted equipment and mechanical and
electrical coordination schedules. Address any required change due to conflicts at no additional cost.
3. Provide copy of mechanical electrical coordination schedule and highlight differences in the submittals compared to these schedules and explain differences and note the
changes that have occurred between trades and address these changes at no additional cost.
B. Product Data: For each type of product.
1. Clearly state equipment markings (ex. ACU-1), capacities, voltages and model numbers on all submittals. Clearly state this information on the cover sheet in tabular
form.
2. Include construction details, material descriptions, dimensions of individual components and profiles, and finishes.
3. Include dimensions, weights, ratings, performance with operating points clearly listed, gauges of metal, rated capacities, operating characteristics, electrical
characteristics, and furnished specialties and accessories.
C. Shop Drawings:
1. Include plans, elevations, sections, and mounting details.
2. Include details of equipment assemblies. Indicate dimensions, weights, loads, required clearances, method of field assembly, components, and location and size of each
field connection.
3. Detail fabrication and assembly.
4. Include diagrams for power, signal, and control wiring.
D. Maintenance Data
1. Submit maintenance instructions, including all factory published maintenance information and include this information in maintenance manuals
E. Record Drawings
1. Provide one set of As-Built Drawings and one copy of complete Electronic As-Built Drawing files to the owner at the date of substantial completion.
2. Prepare record drawings in accordance with the requirements in Division 1. In addition to the requirements specified in Division 1, indicate the following installed
conditions:
a. Ductwork mains and branches, size and location, locations of dampers and other control devices; filters, boxes, and terminal units.
b. Mains and branches of piping systems, with valves and control devices located and numbered, concealed unions, traps, strainers, expansion compensators, tanks, etc.
located). Indicate actual inverts and horizontal locations of underground piping.
c. Equipment locations (exposed and concealed), dimensioned from prominent building lines.
1.4
INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS
A. Coordination Drawings: Drawings and other details, drawn to scale, on which the following items are shown and coordinated with each other, using input from installers of
the items involved.
B. Qualification Data: For manufacturer.
C. Seismic Qualification Certificates: For equipment, accessories, and components, from manufacturer.
1. Basis for Certification: Indicate whether withstand certification is based on actual test of assembled components or on calculation.
2. Dimensioned Outline Drawings of Equipment Unit: Identify center of gravity and locate and describe mounting and anchorage provisions.
3. Detailed description of equipment anchorage devices on which the certification is based and their installation requirements.
D. Welding certificates.
E. Field quality-control reports.
1.5
CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS
A. Operation and Maintenance Data: For equipment and systems to include in operation and maintenance manuals.
1.6
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. General Standards
1. The installation of all work shall conform to the applicable State and Local codes and statures. The applicable provisions of the following standards shall govern:
a. California Building Code
b. American Society of Test Materials (ASTM)
c. National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
d. Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
e. National Sanitation Foundation (NSF)
f. Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractors National Association (SMACNA)
g. American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
h. Building Code Seismic Relative Displacement Requirements
B. Supervision and Workmanship
1. Workmanship throughout shall conform to the standards of best practice and all labor employed must be competent to do all the work required.
2. Contractor shall furnish the services of an experienced superintendent to be in constant charge of the work at all times.
3. Quality Assurances: Contractor if requested shall demonstrate his ability to perform all work to be included under the contract. Assurance if requested, shall be in the
form of a list of past projects of similar size and complexity and a list of six (6) references pertaining to those projects. Failure to demonstrate these quality assurances
shall be taken as a statement of the contractor's inability to perform.
4. Contractor shall have a minimum five (5) years experience in the installation of HVAC systems similar to the systems specified.
5. Welders shall show proof satisfactory to the Engineer that they have passed qualifications prescribed by are certified by the National Certified Pipe Welding Bureau or
by other reputable and recognized agency, acceptable to the Engineer, using welding procedures set forth in the ASME Boiler Construction Code, Section IX, Welding
Qualifications. No welder shall be employed who does not meet the above requirements.
6. Core Drilling: Contractors shall use core drills rather than percussion type equipment for making holes in concrete. All percussion type drilling including hammer drills
must be scheduled through owner's representative.
7. Inspection: Provisions shall be made for owner's representative to make rough-in and open ceiling inspections prior to covering up work.
C. Specifications
1. Specifications shall be interpreted in connection with the drawings hereinbefore described, and if anything is shown on drawings and not mentioned in the specifications,
or vice versa, it is to be included in the work the same as though clearly set forth by both.
2. Furthermore, all materials or labor previously required to fully complete the work shall be included in the contractor's work even though each item necessarily involved
be not specifically mentioned or shown. Such work and/or materials shall be of the same grade or quality as the parts actually specified and shown. Should there be a
conflict between the plans and specifications, the greater quantity or better quality shall be furnished.
D. LEED Requirements
1. The following requirements are required to achieve LEED Certification under LEED Green Building Design and Construction rating system, 2009 Edition. The
following requirements shall supersede any requirements indicated in any other specification sections of division 23 specifications or indicated on the drawings.
2. Adhesives, sealants, and sealant primers used on the interior of the building shall comply with the voc limits of the south coast rule #1168 by the South Coast Air Quality
Management District, dated July 1, 2005.
3. Voc limits in grams per liter for adhesives and sealants used on intrior of building are as follows:
Product Type
VOC limit g/l (less water)
a. PVC welding
510
b. CPVC welding
490
c. ABS welding
325
d. Plastic cement welding
250
e. Adhesive primer for plastic
550
f. Contact adhesive
80
g. Special purpose contact adhesives
250
h. Sheet applied rubber lining operations
850
4. Aerosol adhesives shall comply with the green seal standard for commercial adhesives GS-36, as noted below.
a. General purpose mist spray
65% vocs by weight
b. General purpose web spray
55% vocs by weight
c. Special purpose aerosol adhesives (all types)
70% vocs by weight
5. Paints applied on the interior of the building shall comply with green seal product specific environmental requirements.
6. Architectural paints coating and primers applied to interior walls as well as anti-corrosive paints applied to interior ferrous metal shall not exceed the voc limits as put
forth green seal standard GS-11.
7. The green seal standard is intended for paints and anti-corrosive paints. Both interior and exterior paints are addressed by the standard, but only limits for interior paints
apply to a this project. Limits on vocs in grams per liter for paints and anti-corrosive paints are as follows:
Anti-corrosive
voc limit (g/l)
a. Gloss
250
b. Semi-gloss
250
c. Flat
250
8. Zero use of chlorofluorocarbon (CFC)-based refrigerants in fire protection equipments.
9. During construction, contractor shall meet the recommended control measures of the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning National Contractors Association (SMACNA)
IAQ Guidelines For Occupied Buildings Under Construction, 2nd Edition 2007, ANSI/ SMACNA 008-2008 (Chapter 3).
10. Protect stored on-site and installed absorptive materials from moisture damage.
11. The contractor should protect all HVAC equipment from both dust and odors and seal all duct and equipment openings with plastic. If the system must be operated to
maintain service to other occupied portions of the building or to protect finished work, the contractor shall protect the return side of the system. If the returns cannot be
closed, the contractor shall install and maintain temporary filters over grilles and openings. The filtration medium must have a rating of MERV 8 or better. Contractor
shall replace all filtration media immediately prior to occupancy.
F. Plans
1. Plans are diagrammatic indicating required size, points of termination of ducts and pipes and suggested routes. However, it is not intended that drawings indicate all
necessary offsets. It shall be the work of the contractor to install piping and ductwork in such manner as to conform to the structure, avoid obstructions and preserve
headroom.
2. Coordination Drawings: The contractor shall provide a 1/4" scale double line set of coordination drawings to the Engineer prior to installation of the systems. This
contractor shall provide all necessary coordination drawings required to make sure all disciplines are coordinated and fit into specified mechanical spaces (i.e. ceilings,
chases, and all others). The top elevation of all disciplines shall be clearly marked throughout the drawings so that no interferences occur. Drawings shall depict actual
clearances of installed equipment, penetration locations and service clearances. Indicate scheduling, sequencing, movement and positioning of large equipment during
construction. Indicate where space is limited for installation and access and where sequencing and coordination of installations are of importance to the efficient flow of
the work. Conflicts in equipment and materials shall be corrected prior to installation. Contractor shall provide drawings showing all disciplines for coordination.
3. Exact location of electric outlets, heating equipment, piping, lighting fixtures, ducts, etc., shall be coordinated so there will be no interferences at installation between the
various trades. It is the work of the contractor to prepare complete coordination drawings indicating exact location of all items. The engineer shall have the option to
move any piece of mechanical equipment up to fifteen feet from location shown on contract documents without any additional cost.
4. All ducts and piping shall be run as straight as possible and symmetrical with architectural items.
5. Piping and ducts shall be concealed in pipe shafts, pipe spaces, and furring wherever possible.
6. Piping and ductwork fabricated before coordination with the other trades will be done at the contractor's risk.
G. Qualifications
1. Installer Qualifications: An authorized representative who is trained and approved by manufacturer.
2.
3. Pipe and Pressure-Vessel Welding Qualifications: Qualify procedures and operators according to ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code.
1.7
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A. Deliver equipment and materials according to factory shipping requirements. Pack components in factory-fabricated protective containers. Units shall be delivered in
sections of such size as will pass through available openings.
B. Store equipment and materials in clean dry place and protect from weather and construction traffic. When stored inside, do not exceed structural capacity of the floor.
C. Handling and rigging of equipment and products shall be as recommended by the manufacturer. Components and equipment damaged during shipment or handling shall not
be installed. Replace and return damaged components to the manufacturer.
D. All equipment and materials shall have the ability to be returned to the manufacturer after purchase and charged a reasonable restocking fee by the manufacturer equal to a
small portion of the cost.
1.8
WARRANTY
A. The contractor shall provide a guarantee in written form stating that all work under this section shall be free of defective work, materials, or parts for a period of one year
from the date of substantial completion owner's final acceptance and shall repair, revise or replace at no cost to the owner any such defects occurring within the guarantee
period. Contractor shall also state in written form that any items or occurrences arising during the guarantee period will be attended to in a timely manner and will in no case
exceed four (4) working days from date of notification by owner.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.1
Materials and Equipment
A. Materials installed shall be new, full weight, of the best quality. All similar materials shall be of the same type and manufacturer.
B. Contractor is responsible for the safety and good condition of the materials and equipment installed until final acceptance by the Owner. Materials shall be stored to prevent
damage or weathering prior to installation.
C. When several materials, products or items of equipment are specified by name for one use, the contractor may select any one of those specified and shall include with his bid
an Equipment List listing the equipment selected.
D. Any manufacturer(s) other than scheduled shall have unit dimensions, weights and clearances equal to or less than any specified base-bid equipment, unless approved by the
Engineer.
E. The responsibility for costs incurred from deviation from the base scheduled and specified equipment shall be this contractor. Use of any equipment will be considered as a
statement that capacities, requirements, clearances and arrangements have been checked and found satisfactory and meet the intent of the scheduled and specified equipment.
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.1 EXAMINATION
A. Examine areas and conditions, with Installer present, for compliance with requirements for installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of the Work.
B. Examine products or materials before installation. Reject products or materials that are wet, moisture damaged, or mold damaged.
C. Examine roughing-in for piping to verify actual locations of piping connections before equipment installation.
D. Examine walls, floors, roofs, etc. for suitable conditions where product or system will be installed.
E. Prepare written report, endorsed by Installer, listing conditions detrimental to performance.
F. Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
3.2 SELECTIVE DEMOLITION
A. General: Demolish, remove, demount, and disconnect abandoned mechanical materials and equipment indicated to be removed and not indicated to be salvaged or saved.
B. Materials and Equipment To Be Salvaged: Remove, demount, and disconnect existing mechanical materials and equipment, inactive and obsolete piping, fittings and
specialties, equipment, ductwork, controls, fixtures, and insulation indicated to be removed and salvaged. Consult with owner as to whether the salvaged material is to be
discarded or stored, and deliver materials and equipment to the location designated for storage or dispose in proper manner.
C. Disposal and Cleanup: Remove from the site and legally dispose of demolished materials and equipment not indicated to be salvaged.
D. Mechanical Materials and Equipment: Demolish, remove, dismount, and disconnect the following items:
1. Inactive and obsolete piping, fittings and specialties, equipment, ductwork, controls, fixtures, and insulation.
2. Piping and ducts embedded in floors, walls, and ceilings may remain if such materials do not interfere with new installations.
3. Remove all abandoned and unused piping, ductwork and materials above ceilings and concealed behind walls.
E. Perform refrigerant evacuations and reclaim required for demolished or relocated equipment.
3.3 WORK IN EXISTING SPACES
A. General: Care shall be taken when working in existing spaces so as not to damage existing walls and ceilings where work is being performed.
B. Existing Ceilings: Where work is being performed above ceilings, and the architectural drawings do not indicate ceiling modifications by the general contractor, it shall be
the responsibility of this contractor to remove and replace existing ceilings where work is being performed. In those instances, all repair and installation of new grid, ceiling
panels, etc shall be the responsibility of this contractor. Match existing finishes.
C. Walls & Floors: It shall be the responsibility of this contractor to patch existing walls and floors and match existing finishes where work is being removed or installed, unless
noted otherwise on the architectural drawings.
D. HVAC Units: Replace all air filters in all HVAC equipment serving renovated space prior to turning space over to owner. Clean coils, replace belts, adjust or replace pulleys,
adjust static pressure setpoints and drives, as required to obtain design air flows. Flush strainers, replace baskets, flush coils, change pump impellers, adjust balancing valves
as required to obtain design water flows.
3.4 TEMPORARY SERVICE: Refer to Section GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
A. Temporary Heating or Cooling: Provide, maintain and pay for all charges for temporary heating or cooling and adequate ventilation in all construction areas of the project, as
may be deemed necessary to protect the building and work installed therein from damage due to cold, dampness, or humidity and shall maintain heating or cooling during
finishing operations and until date of final completion. Use of permanent and existing building heating/cooling systems will not be permitted without prior written
permission from the owner, architect, and engineer.
3.5 HANGERS AND SUPPORTS AND FOUNDATION
A. All hangers and supports shall comply with Building Code Seismic Relative Displacement Requirements.
B. Support all piping, ductwork and equipment by hangers or brackets. Furnish structural steel members, (prime painted with zinc chromate) where required to support piping
and equipment. No portion of piping or valves shall be supported by equipment. Double nut all threaded rods.
C. Ductwork - Support by means of hangers as follows:
1.
2.
D. A pair of hangers shall be located at every traverse joint and elsewhere according to the table. Where ductwork is hung via rods, rods shall be double nutted.
E. Suspend hangers from joist or I beam by means of C clamps and lock nut and retaining clip, Anvil International Fig. 86, Elcen, or approved equal. Suspend hander rods from
structural concrete slab by means of universal insert.
3.6 FIRE ALARM RELATED WORK FOR MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
A. The following applies whether or not shown on drawings. Prior to submitting a bid, each contractor shall review documents of all other branches which may have an impact
on such work.
B. It shall be the responsibility of the contractor who installs the alarm panel and/or wiring to provide all necessary working drawings and submittals (wiring diagrams, zone
schedule, plan view layouts, routing, wiring, device & panel submittals, etc.). These submittals shall be approved by the State Fire Marshall's office (or a similar agency as
locally required) prior to submittal to engineer. All components shall be UL listed and NFPA approved for their specific application. Where control panels are required,
provide remote annunciator (at location as directed in field) and provide full battery back-up as required by NFPA.
C. All smoke detectors shall be specifically UL listed for use with the existing or new building fire alarm panel(s) and shall be provided with all required power supply/alarm
wiring, sampling tubes, test station, auxiliary contacts, etc.
D. All work shall be in strict compliance with all applicable sections of the latest edition of NFPA. Each air handling unit, sprinkler flow switch and/or sprinkler tamper switch
shall be separately zoned. All fire alarm system wiring shall be supervised and installed in conduit (3/4" minimum).
E. Unless local prevailing codes require otherwise, fire alarm related work for mechanical systems shall be as follows:
1. For air handling units and common air systems with capacity of 2,000 cfm or above, Electrical contractor shall furnish, HVAC Contractor shall mount & Electrical
contractor shall wire a UL listed photoelectric smoke detector (with all required sampling tubes, test stations, auxiliary contacts, etc.) Smoke detector shall be located in
the main return duct (prior to outside air connection) or supply duct, consult local authority for exact location prior to installation, and as required by manufacturer.
Electrical contractor will make alarm system connections. Temperature Controls Contractor shall make fan shut down control wiring connections thru auxiliary NC
contacts in detector sub base. Consult local authorities in jurisdiction for exact location.
2. For air handling units and air systems with capacity of 15,000 cfm or above and serve two or more stories, smoke detectors shall be installed at each story. Such smoke
detectors shall be located upstream of the connection between the return air riser and any air ducts or plenums. The electrical contractor shall furnish to the HVAC
Contractor the required quantity of UL listed photoelectric smoke detectors. The HVAC Contractor shall install the housing and sampling tube in each duct system. The
Electrical Contractor will install smoke detectors and make alarm system connections. Temperature Controls Contractor shall make fan shut down control wiring
connections thru auxiliary NC contacts in detector sub base. Consult local authorities in jurisdiction for exact location.
3. If a sprinkler system exists in the building, the sprinkler contractor shall furnish and install all required flow and tamper switches. The Electrical Contractor shall furnish,
install and wire all required fire alarm system wiring as well as all required additional components within the fire alarm system control and annunciator panels to allow
for the additional zoning.
4. Electrical contractor shall coordinate with mechanical contractors and shall install the detectors in easily accessible locations. Electrical Contractor shall provide all
necessary fire alarm system wiring (in conduit) and supplementary work, components, equipment, etc. as required to interface the sprinkler and/or smoke detector work
with the building fire alarm system(s).
5. HVAC Contractor shall make wiring connection from the auxiliary contacts of the relay module or detectors into fan control circuits to stop fans and compressors in
event of presence of smoke. If alarm status for the smoke detector is indicated in specification section 23 09 93.00, then the HVAC/ Temperature Controls Contractor is
responsible for providing a control relay and all wiring from the smoke detector to allow notification at the BAS. If a supply & return/exhaust fan arrangement is
installed, the HVAC/ Temperature Controls Contractor shall provide a 3-Pole Double Throw relay to shut down both the supply and return/exhaust fans in event of
presence of smoke.
3.7 ARCHITECTURAL COORDINATION ITEMS
A. Cutting and Patching:
1. Cut and drill all openings in walls and floors required for the installation. Secure approval of Engineer before cutting and drilling. Neatly patch all openings cut.
2. Cutting and patching to be held to a minimum by arranging with other contractors for all sleeves and openings before construction is started.
B. Fire Caulking:
1. Patching through fire rated walls and enclosures shall not diminish the rating of that wall or enclosure. Patch shall be equal to rockwool, firestop, caulk or approved
"rated" patch.
2. Provide products equivalent to the following:
a. For Floor Openings: Instant Firestop; 305-SL
b. For Wall Openings: Instant Firestop; 344-GG
c. Mineral Felt:
Instant Firestop; Type MW
d. For Insulated Pipes: Instant Firestop; Type PI
e. For Fill Areas:
Instant Firestop; C-1000
3. For larger openings where pipes penetrate fire rated enclosures that cannot be sealed with products described above, utilize approved UL products equal to 3M FireDam
Spray 200. Install per manufacturer's instructions.
C. Access Panels:
1. Furnish all access panels required for proper servicing of equipment. Provide access panels for all concealed valves, vents, controls, cleanout doors, and sprinkler
devices required by NFPA. Provide access panels for all fire and/or fire & smoke dampers. Provide frame as required for finish. Furnish panels to General Contractor.
Exact locations to be approved by the Architect. Minimum size to be 12" x 12", units to be 16 gauge steel, locking device shall be screwdriver cam locks.
D. Sleeves:
1. Install standard Schedule 40 black steel pipe sleeves two sizes larger than pipes passing through floors, walls or masonry construction.
2. Sleeves through walls to be cut flush with both faces.
3. Sleeves through floor to extend one inch above floor top elevation.
4. Pipes penetrating roof shall use a pipe curb assembly equal to Pate Co. Curb type and flashing per roofing manufacturer's requirements.
5. Caulk between sleeves and pipes with rockwool and caulk around sleeves with sealing compound. Material must meet all applicable fire ratings required.
E. Escutcheon plates:
1. Install manufactured chromium plated escutcheon plates wherever uninsulated exposed pipes pass through walls, floors, or ceilings. Escutcheon inside diameter to
closely fit around pipe and outside diameter to completely cover opening.
F. Piping Penetrations:
1. Furnish and set all forms required in masonry walls or foundation to accommodate pipes.
2. Provide flexible connectors where all pipes or ducts cross building expansion joints equal to Flexonics. Coordinate exact quantity & location with Architectural plans
prior to installation of piping or ductwork.
3.8 PAINTING, MARKING AND NAMEPLATE DATA
A. Nameplate: For each piece of power operated mechanical equipment provide a permanent operational data nameplate indicating manufacturer, product name, model number,
serial number, capacity, operating and power characteristics, labels of tested compliances, and similar essential data. Locate nameplates in an accessible location.
B. All exposed piping, ductwork and equipment shall be identified by stenciling or as listed in the identification section by this contractor.
C. Equipment shall be labeled with tag numbers same as used on drawings or indicated in specifications.
D. Letters shall be 1" tall for piping and 4" tall for ductwork and equipment. The air conditioning system numbers and zone numbers shall be added after each designation of the
air conditioning supply ductwork.
E. Provide numbered brass tags not less than 1-1/2" diameter on all shutoff valves. Furnish the Owner with typewritten sheets in duplicate showing the valve numbers, valve
location, and what it controls. Typewritten sheets shall be furnished framed under glass.
3.9 CLEANING EQUIPMENT AND PREMISES
A. Clean all parts of the apparatus and equipment. Exposed parts which are to be painted shall be cleaned of cement, plaster and other materials and all oil and grease spots shall
be removed. Such surfaces shall be carefully wiped and all corners and cracks scraped out.
B. Exposed metal work shall be brushed down with steel brushes to remove rust and other spots and left smooth and clean. Remove trapped elements during cleaning and
flushing period, after which they shall be replaced and adjusted.
C. During the progress of the work, the contractor shall clean up after his men and leave the premises and all portions of the building in which he is working in a clean and safe
condition.
3.10 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A. Prepare test and inspection reports.
3.11 STARTUP SERVICE
A. Engage a factory-authorized service representative to perform startup service.
1. Complete installation and startup checks according to manufacturer's written instructions.
2. Unit may be started up and utilized only after the floor has been prepared and after drywall sanding has occurred 100%. Coordinate with all trades prior to startup.
3.12 ADJUSTING
A. Adjust hardware and moving parts to function smoothly, and lubricate as recommended by manufacturer.
3.13 PROTECTION
A. Remove and replace products or materials that are wet, moisture damaged, or mold damaged.
3.14 DEMONSTRATION
A. Engage a factory-authorized service representative to train Owner's maintenance personnel to adjust, operate, and maintain units.
END OF SECTION 23 05 01.00
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SECTION 23 01 70.00 - OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF HVAC SYSTEMS
PART 1 GENERAL
1.1 SUMMARY
A. Section includes:
1. Operation and Maintenance Manuals.
2. Instructions for Owner's Personnel.
1.2
ACTION SUBMITTALS
A. Product Data: For each type of product.
1. Include construction details, material descriptions, dimensions of individual components and profiles, and finishes.
2. Include rated capacities, operating characteristics, electrical characteristics, and furnished specialties and accessories.
B. Shop Drawings:
1. Include plans, elevations, sections, and mounting details.
2. Include details of equipment assemblies. Indicate dimensions, weights, loads, required clearances, method of field assembly, components, and location and size of each
field connection.
3. Detail fabrication and assembly.
4. Include diagrams for power, signal, and control wiring.
1.3
INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS
A. Coordination Drawings: Drawings drawn to scale, on which the following items are shown and coordinated with each other, using input from installers of the items involved.
B. Qualification Data: For manufacturer.
C. Seismic Qualification Certificates: For equipment, accessories, and components, from manufacturer.
1. Basis for Certification: Indicate whether withstand certification is based on actual test of assembled components or on calculation.
2. Dimensioned Outline Drawings of Equipment Unit: Identify center of gravity and locate and describe mounting and anchorage provisions.
3. Detailed description of equipment anchorage devices on which the certification is based and their installation requirements.
D. Welding certificates.
E. Field quality-control reports.
1.4
CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS
A. Operation and Maintenance Data: For equipment and systems to include in operation and maintenance manuals.
1.5
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Installer Qualifications: An authorized representative who is trained and approved by manufacturer.
B.
C. Pipe and Pressure-Vessel Welding Qualifications: Qualify procedures and operators according to ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code.
1.6
WARRANTY
A. Manufacturer's Warranty: Manufacturer agrees to repair or replace components that fail(s) in materials or workmanship within specified warranty period.
1. Warranty Period: one year from date of Substantial Completion.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.1 OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS
A. The contents of operating and maintenance manuals shall include the following:
1. Description of mechanical equipment and systems.
2. Operating instructions.
3. Routine maintenance schedules and procedures.
B. Organization - A manual of such purpose shall be arranged in two parts, with Part I dealing with information pertaining to systems and Part II covering information
pertaining to equipment. These may be bound in as many volumes as may be required for convenience of use and reference.
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.1 Instructions for the owner's personnel
A. Arrange for suppliers and/or installers to meet with the Owner's operating and maintenance personnel to provide instruction in the proper operation and maintenance of
equipment that requires routine servicing. Include the following:
1. Review of operation and maintenance manuals.
2. Required tools.
3. Lubricants.
4. Spare parts.
5. Cleaning.
6. Hazards.
7. Warranties and maintenance agreements.
B. Demonstrate equipment and systems operation including the following:
1. Start-up.
2. Shut-down.
3. Emergency conditions.
4. Safety procedures.
5. Setpoint and schedule adjustments.
6. Economy and efficiency adjustments.
END OF SECTION 23 01 70.00
Revisions:
No.
Date
Description
1
03.15.2013
ADD. 1
2
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
PERMIT SET
HVAC
SPECIFICATIONS
Project #
13272
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Date:
02.22.2013
B. Welding Qualifications: Qualify procedures and personnel according to the following:
7.
C.
D.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.1 SINGLE-WALL RECTANGULAR DUCTS AND FITTINGS
A. General Fabrication Requirements: Comply with SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible" based on indicated static-pressure class unless otherwise
indicated.
B.
Joints," for static-pressure class, applicable sealing requirements, materials involved, duct-support intervals, and other provisions in SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards
- Metal and Flexible."
C.
Duct/Longitudinal Seams," for static-pressure class, applicable sealing requirements, materials involved, duct-support intervals, and other provisions in SMACNA's "HVAC Duct
Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible."
D. Elbows, Transitions, Offsets, Branch Connections, and Other Duct Construction: Select types and fabricate according to SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal
in SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible."
2.2
A.
indicated static-pressure class unless otherwise indicated.
1. Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:
a. McGill AirFlow LLC.
b. Sheet Metal Connectors, Inc .
c. Dixie Sheetmetal
d. Eastern Sheetmetal of Cincinnati
e. J and I Services
f. Lindab
g. Semco Mfg., Inc.
h. Regional Sheetmetal Manufacturing
i. Tangent Air
j. Hranec
k. S.H.A.P.E. Manufacturing, Inc.
B.
for static-pressure class, applicable sealing requirements, materials involved, duct-support intervals, and other provisions in SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal
and Flexible."
1. Transverse Joints in Ducts Larger Than 60 Inches in Diameter: Flanged.
D.
Seams," for static-pressure class, applicable sealing requirements, materials involved, duct-support intervals, and other provisions in SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards
- Metal and Flexible."
1. Fabricate round ducts larger than 90 inches in diameter with butt-welded longitudinal seams.
2. Fabricate flat-oval ducts larger than 72 inches in width (major dimension) with butt-welded longitudinal seams.
E.
2.3
A.
Figure 3-6, "Conical Tees," for static-pressure class, applicable sealing requirements, materials involved, duct-support intervals, and other provisions in SMACNA's "HVAC Duct
Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible."
DOUBLE-WALL ROUND DUCTS AND FITTINGS
otherwise indicated.
1.
Joints," for static-pressure class, applicable sealing requirements, materials involved, duct-support intervals, and other provisions in SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction
Standards - Metal and Flexible."
2.
Seams," for static-pressure class, applicable sealing requirements, materials involved, duct-support intervals, and other provisions in SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction
Standards - Metal and Flexible."
3.
and Figure 3-6, "Conical Tees," for static-pressure class, applicable sealing requirements, materials involved, duct-support intervals, and other provisions in SMACNA's "HVAC
Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible."
B. Inner Duct: Minimum 0.028-inch perforated galvanized sheet steel having 3/32-inch- diameter perforations, with overall open area of 23 percent.
C.
1. Install spacers that position the inner duct at uniform distance from outer duct without compressing insulation.
2. Coat insulation with antimicrobial coating.
3.
2.4 DOUBLE-WALL RECTANGULAR DUCTS AND FITTINGS
A. Rectangular Ducts: Fabricate ducts with indicated dimensions for the inner duct.
B. Outer Duct: Comply with SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible" based on indicated static-pressure class unless otherwise indicated.
C.
Joints," for static-pressure class, applicable sealing requirements, materials involved, duct-support intervals, and other provisions in SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards
- Metal and Flexible."
D.
Duct/Longitudinal Seams," for static-pressure class, applicable sealing requirements, materials involved, duct-support intervals, and other provisions in SMACNA's "HVAC Duct
Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible."
E.
1. Install spacers that position the inner duct at uniform distance from outer duct without compressing insulation.
2. Coat insulation with antimicrobial coating.
3.
F.
G. Inner Duct: Minimum 0.028-inch perforated galvanized sheet steel having 3/32-inch- diameter perforations, with overall open area of 23 percent.
H.
"Rectangular Duct/Traverse Joints," for static-pressure class, applicable sealing requirements, materials involved, duct-support intervals, and other provisions in SMACNA's "HVAC
Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible."
I.
Duct/Longitudinal Seams," for static-pressure class, applicable sealing requirements, materials involved, duct-support intervals, and other provisions in SMACNA's "HVAC Duct
Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible."]
2.5 SHEET METAL MATERIALS
A. General Material Requirements: Comply with SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible" for acceptable materials, material thicknesses, and duct
construction methods unless otherwise indicated. Sheet metal materials shall be free of pitting, seam marks, roller marks, stains, discolorations, and other imperfections.
B.
1. Galvanized Coating Designation: G90.
2. Finishes for Surfaces Exposed to View: Mill phosphatized.
C.
1. Where black- and galvanized-steel shapes and plates are used to reinforce aluminum ducts, isolate the different metals with butyl rubber, neoprene, or EPDM gasket materials.
D. Tie Rods: Galvanized steel, 1/4-inch minimum diameter for lengths 36 inches or less; 3/8-inch minimum diameter for lengths longer than 36 inches.
2.6 DUCT LINER
A.
noted.
1. Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following :
a. CertainTeed Corporation; Insulation Group .
b. Johns Manville.
c. Knauf Insulation.
d. Maximum Thermal Conductivity:
1)
2)
2.
a.
3.
B. Insulation Pins and Washers:
1. Cupped-Head, Capacitor-Discharge-Weld Pins: Copper- or zinc-coated steel pin, fully annealed for capacitor-discharge welding, [0.106-inch-] [0.135-inch-] diameter shank,
length to suit depth of insulation indicated with integral 1-1/2-inch galvanized carbon-steel washer.
2. Insulation-Retaining Washers: Self-locking washers formed from 0.016-inch- thick galvanized steel; with beveled edge sized as required to hold insulation securely in place but
not less than 1-1/2 inches in diameter.
D.
1. Adhere a single layer of indicated thickness of duct liner with at least 90 percent adhesive coverage at liner contact surface area. Attaining indicated thickness with multiple layers
of duct liner is prohibited.
2. Apply adhesive to transverse edges of liner facing upstream that do not receive metal nosing.
3. Butt transverse joints without gaps, and coat joint with adhesive.
4. Fold and compress liner in corners of rectangular ducts or cut and fit to ensure butted-edge overlapping.
5. Do not apply liner in rectangular ducts with longitudinal joints, except at corners of ducts, unless duct size and dimensions of standard liner make longitudinal joints necessary.
6. Secure liner with mechanical fasteners 4 inches from corners and at intervals not exceeding 12 inches transversely; at 3 inches from transverse joints and at intervals not exceeding
18 inches longitudinally.
7. Secure transversely oriented liner edges facing the airstream with metal nosings that have either channel or "Z" profiles or are integrally formed from duct wall. Fabricate edge
facings at the following locations:
a. Fan discharges.
b. Intervals of lined duct preceding unlined duct.
c. Upstream edges of transverse joints in ducts where air velocities are higher than 2500 fpm or where indicated.
8. Terminate inner ducts with buildouts attached to fire-damper sleeves, dampers, turning vane assemblies, or other devices. Fabricated buildouts (metal hat sections) or other
buildout means are optional; when used, secure buildouts to duct walls with bolts, screws, rivets, or welds.
2.7 SEALANT AND GASKETS
A. General Sealant and Gasket Requirements: Surface-burning characteristics for sealants and gaskets shall be a maximum flame-spread index of 25 and a maximum smoke-developed
B. Water-Based Joint and Seam Sealant:
1. Application Method: Brush on.
2. Solids Content: Minimum 65 percent.
3.
4. Water resistant.
5. Mold and mildew resistant.
6.
7. Maximum Static-Pressure Class: 10-inch wg, positive and negative.
8. Service: Indoor or outdoor.
9. Substrate: Compatible with galvanized sheet steel (both PVC coated and bare), stainless steel, or aluminum sheets.
10.
11.
12. Maximum Static-Pressure Class: 10-inch wg, positive or negative.
13. Service: Indoor or outdoor.
14. Substrate: Compatible with galvanized sheet steel (both PVC coated and bare), stainless steel, or aluminum sheets.
D.
1. General: Single-component, acid-curing, silicone, elastomeric.
2. Type: S.
3. Grade: NS.
4. Class: 25.
5. Use: O.
6.
7. Flange Gaskets: Butyl rubber, neoprene, or EPDM polymer with polyisobutylene plasticizer.
E. Round Duct Joint O-Ring Seals:
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.1 DUCT INSTALLATION
A. Drawing plans, schematics, and diagrams indicate general location and arrangement of duct system. Indicated duct locations, configurations, and arrangements were used to size ducts
and calculate friction loss for air-handling equipment sizing and for other design considerations. Install duct systems as indicated unless deviations to layout are approved on Shop
Drawings and Coordination Drawings.
B. For all exposed ducts downstream of VAV boxes provide 10 feet of duct liner. For round duct provide internal screen to hold liner. All balancing dampers for exposed ductwork shall
be fully body, locking quadrant dampers.
C. Install ducts according to SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible" unless otherwise indicated.
D. Install round ducts in maximum practical lengths.
E. Install ducts with fewest possible joints.
F. Install factory- or shop-fabricated fittings for changes in direction, size, and shape and for branch connections.
G. Unless otherwise indicated, install ducts vertically and horizontally, and parallel and perpendicular to building lines.
H. Install ducts close to walls, overhead construction, columns, and other structural and permanent enclosure elements of building.
I. Install ducts with a clearance of 1 inch, plus allowance for insulation thickness.
J. Route ducts to avoid passing through transformer vaults and electrical equipment rooms and enclosures.
K. Where ducts pass through non-fire-rated interior partitions and exterior walls and are exposed to view, cover the opening between the partition and duct or duct insulation with sheet
metal flanges of same metal thickness as the duct. Overlap openings on four sides by at least 1-1/2 inches.
L.
smoke dampers.
M.
Construction," Appendix G, "Duct Cleanliness for New Construction Guidelines."
3.2 INSTALLATION OF EXPOSED DUCTWORK
A. Protect ducts exposed in finished spaces from being dented, scratched, or damaged.
B. Trim duct sealants flush with metal. Create a smooth and uniform exposed bead. Do not use two-part tape sealing system.
C.
welds, and treat the welds to remove discoloration caused by welding.
D. Maintain consistency, symmetry, and uniformity in the arrangement and fabrication of fittings, hangers and supports, duct accessories, and air outlets.
E. Repair or replace damaged sections and finished work that does not comply with these requirements.
3.3 DUCT SEALING
A. Seal ducts to the following seal classes according to SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible":
1. Comply with SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible."
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
3.4 HANGER AND SUPPORT INSTALLATION
A.
B. Building Attachments: Concrete inserts, powder-actuated fasteners, or structural-steel fasteners appropriate for construction materials to which hangers are being attached.
1. Where practical, install concrete inserts before placing concrete.
2. Install powder-actuated concrete fasteners after concrete is placed and completely cured.
3. Use powder-actuated concrete fasteners for standard-weight aggregate concretes or for slabs more than 4 inches thick.
4. Do not use powder-actuated concrete fasteners for lightweight-aggregate concretes or for slabs less than 4 inches thick.
5. Do not use powder-actuated concrete fasteners for seismic restraints.
C.
"Minimum Hanger Sizes for Round Duct," for maximum hanger spacing; install hangers and supports within 24 inches of each elbow and within 48 inches of each branch intersection.
D. Hangers Exposed to View: Threaded rod and angle or channel supports.
E. Support vertical ducts with steel angles or channel secured to the sides of the duct with welds, bolts, sheet metal screws, or blind rivets; support at each floor and at a maximum
intervals of 16 feet.
F. Install upper attachments to structures. Select and size upper attachments with pull-out, tension, and shear capacities appropriate for supported loads and building materials where
used.
3.5 SEISMIC-RESTRAINT-DEVICE INSTALLATION
A. Install ducts with hangers and braces designed to support the duct and to restrain against seismic forces required by applicable building codes. Comply with SMACNA's "Seismic
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
3.6
A.
B.
3.7
A.
B.
1. Space lateral supports a maximum of 40 feet o.c., and longitudinal supports a maximum of 80 feet o.c.
2. Brace a change of direction longer than 12 feet.
Select seismic-restraint devices with capacities adequate to carry present and future static and seismic loads.
Install cables so they do not bend across edges of adjacent equipment or building structure.
Install cable restraints on ducts that are suspended with vibration isolators.
Install seismic-restraint devices using methods approved by [an evaluation service member of the ICC Evaluation Service] [the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development
for the State of California] [an agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction].
Attachment to Structure: If specific attachment is not indicated, anchor bracing and restraints to structure, to flanges of beams, to upper truss chords of bar joists, or to concrete
members.
Drilling for and Setting Anchors:
1. Identify position of reinforcing steel and other embedded items prior to drilling holes for anchors. Do not damage existing reinforcement or embedded items during drilling.
Notify the Architect if reinforcing steel or other embedded items are encountered during drilling. Locate and avoid prestressed tendons, electrical and telecommunications
conduit, and gas lines.
2. Do not drill holes in concrete or masonry until concrete, mortar, or grout has achieved full design strength.
3. Wedge Anchors: Protect threads from damage during anchor installation. Heavy-duty sleeve anchors shall be installed with sleeve fully engaged in the structural element to
which anchor is to be fastened.
4. Set anchors to manufacturer's recommended torque, using a torque wrench.
5. Install zinc-coated steel anchors for interior applications and stainless-steel anchors for applications exposed to weather.]
CONNECTIONS
Comply with SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible" for branch, outlet and inlet, and terminal unit connections.
PAINTING
All ductwork required to be painted shall be cleaned and oil-free. Mechanical Contractor shall prepare ductwork surfaces accordingly to accept primer and paint.
Paint interior of metal ducts that are visible through registers and grilles and that do not have duct liner. Apply one coat of flat, black, latex paint over a compatible galvanized-steel
3.8 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A. Perform tests and inspections.
B. Leakage Tests:
1. Comply with SMACNA's "HVAC Air Duct Leakage Test Manual." Submit a test report for each test.
2. Test the following systems:
a. Ducts with a Pressure Class Higher Than 3-Inch wg: Test representative duct sections totaling no less than 25 percent of total installed duct area for each designated pressure
class.
b. Supply Ducts with a Pressure Class of 3-Inch wg or Higher: Test representative duct sections totaling no less than 50 percent of total installed duct area for each designated
pressure class.
c. Return Ducts with a Pressure Class of 3-Inch wg or Higher: Test representative duct sections totaling no less than 50 percent of total installed duct area for each designated
pressure class.
d. Exhaust Ducts with a Pressure Class of 3-Inch wg or Higher: Test representative duct sections totaling no less than 50 percent of total installed duct area for each designated
pressure class.
e. Outdoor Air Ducts with a Pressure Class of 3-Inch wg or Higher: Test representative duct sections totaling no less than 50 percent of total installed duct area for each
designated pressure class.
3. Disassemble, reassemble, and seal segments of systems to accommodate leakage testing and for compliance with test requirements.
4. Test for leaks before applying external insulation.
5. Conduct tests at static pressures equal to maximum design pressure of system or section being tested. If static-pressure classes are not indicated, test system at maximum system
design pressure. Do not pressurize systems above maximum design operating pressure.
6. Give seven days' advance notice for testing.
C. Duct System Cleanliness Tests:
1. Visually inspect duct system to ensure that no visible copvcntaminants are present.
2.
Systems."
a. Acceptable Cleanliness Level: Net weight of debris collected on the filter media shall not exceed 0.75 mg/100 sq. cm.
D. Duct system will be considered defective if it does not pass tests and inspections.
E. Prepare test and inspection reports.
3.9 DUCT CLEANING
A. Clean new and existing duct system(s) before testing, adjusting, and balancing.
B. Use service openings for entry and inspection.
1. Create new openings and install access panels appropriate for duct static-pressure class if required for cleaning access. Provide insulated panels for insulated or lined duct. Patch
C.
D.
E.
2. Disconnect and reconnect flexible ducts as needed for cleaning and inspection.
3. Remove and reinstall ceiling to gain access during the cleaning process.
Particulate Collection and Odor Control:
1. When venting vacuuming system inside the building, use HEPA filtration with 99.97 percent collection efficiency for 0.3-micron-size (or larger) particles.
2. When venting vacuuming system to outdoors, use filter to collect debris removed from HVAC system, and locate exhaust downwind and away from air intakes and other points of
entry into building.
Clean the following components by removing surface contaminants and deposits:
1. Air outlets and inlets (registers, grilles, and diffusers).
2. Supply, return, and exhaust fans including fan housings, plenums (except ceiling supply and return plenums), scrolls, blades or vanes, shafts, baffles, dampers, and drive
assemblies.
3. Air-handling unit internal surfaces and components including mixing box, coil section, air wash systems, spray eliminators, condensate drain pans, humidifiers and dehumidifiers,
filters and filter sections, and condensate collectors and drains.
4. Coils and related components.
5. Return-air ducts, dampers, actuators, and turning vanes except in ceiling plenums and mechanical equipment rooms.
6. Supply-air ducts, dampers, actuators, and turning vanes.
7. Dedicated exhaust and ventilation components and makeup air systems.
Mechanical Cleaning Methodology:
1. Clean metal duct systems using mechanical cleaning methods that extract contaminants from within duct systems and remove contaminants from building.
2. Use vacuum-collection devices that are operated continuously during cleaning. Connect vacuum device to downstream end of duct sections so areas being cleaned are under
negative pressure.
3. Use mechanical agitation to dislodge debris adhered to interior duct surfaces without damaging integrity of metal ducts, duct liner, or duct accessories.
4. Clean fibrous-glass duct liner with HEPA vacuuming equipment; do not permit duct liner to get wet. Replace fibrous-glass duct liner that is damaged, deteriorated, or delaminated
or that has friable material, mold, or fungus growth.
5.
straighten fins.
6. Provide drainage and cleanup for wash-down procedures.
7. Antimicrobial Agents and Coatings: Apply EPA-registered antimicrobial agents if fungus is present. Apply antimicrobial agents according to manufacturer's written instructions
after removal of surface deposits and debris.
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3.10
A.
END OF SECTION 23 31 13.00
SECTION 23 33 00.00 - AIR DUCT ACCESSORIES
PART 1 GENERAL
1.1 RELATED DOCUMENTS
A.
1.2 SUMMARY
A. Section Includes:
1. Backdraft and pressure relief dampers.
2. Manual volume dampers.
3. Combination fire and smoke dampers.
4. Flange connectors.
5. Turning vanes.
6. Duct-mounted access doors.
7. Flexible connectors.
8. Flexible ducts.
9. Duct accessory hardware.
1.3 MAINTENANCE MATERIAL SUBMITTALS
A. Furnish extra materials that match products installed and that are packaged with protective covering for storage and identified with labels describing contents.
1. Fusible Links: Furnish quantity equal to 10 percent of amount installed.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.1 ASSEMBLY DESCRIPTION
A.
B. Comply with SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible" for acceptable materials, material thicknesses, and duct construction methods unless otherwise
indicated. Sheet metal materials shall be free of pitting, seam marks, roller marks, stains, discolorations, and other imperfections.
2.2 MATERIALS
A.
1. Galvanized Coating Designation: G90.
2. Exposed-Surface Finish: Mill phosphatized.
B. Reinforcement Shapes and Plates: Galvanized-steel reinforcement where installed on galvanized sheet metal ducts; compatible materials for aluminum and stainless-steel ducts.
C. Tie Rods: Galvanized steel, 1/4-inch minimum diameter for lengths 36 inches or less; 3/8-inch minimum diameter for lengths longer than 36 inches.
2.3 BACKDRAFT AND PRESSURE RELIEF DAMPERS
A. Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:
1. Air Balance Inc.; a division of Mestek, Inc .
2. American Warming and Ventilating; a division of Mestek, Inc .
3. Cesco Products; a division of Mestek, Inc .
4. Greenheck Fan Corporation .
5. Lloyd Industries, Inc.
6. Nailor Industries Inc.
7. NCA Manufacturing, Inc .
8. Pottorff .
9. Ruskin Company.
10. Vent Products Company, Inc .
B. Description: Gravity balanced.
C. Maximum Air Velocity: 3000 fpm.
D. Maximum System Pressure: 3-inch wg.
E.
F. Blades: Multiple single-piece blades, 0.050-inch- thick aluminum sheet with sealed edges.
G. Blade Action: Parallel.
H. Blade Seals: Extruded vinyl, mechanically locked.
I.
J.
K.
L.
M.
2.4
A.
B.
C.
2.5
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Blade Axles:
1. Material: Aluminum.
2. Diameter: 0.20 inch.
Tie Bars and Brackets: Aluminum.
Return Spring: Adjustable tension.
Bearings: Bearings shall be dustproof ball type for low pressure operation.
Accessories:
1. Adjustment device to permit setting for varying differential static pressure.
2. Counterweights and spring-assist kits for vertical airflow installations.
3. Electric actuators.
4. Chain pulls.
5. Screen Mounting: Front mounted in sleeve.
a. Sleeve Thickness: 20 gage minimum.
b. Sleeve Length: 6 inches minimum.
6. Screen Mounting: Rear mounted.
7. Screen Material: Aluminum.
8. Screen Type: Bird.
9. 90-degree stops.
MANUAL VOLUME DAMPERS
Standard, Steel, Manual Volume Dampers:
1. Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:
a. Air Balance Inc.; a division of Mestek, Inc .
b. American Warming and Ventilating; a division of Mestek, Inc .
c. Flexmaster U.S.A., Inc.
d. McGill AirFlow LLC.
e. Nailor Industries Inc.
f. Pottorff .
g. Ruskin Company.
h. Trox USA Inc.
i. Vent Products Company, Inc .
j. Greenheck
2. Standard leakage rating.
3. Suitable for horizontal or vertical applications.
4. For units less than 36" wide by 12" high
a. Frame shall be 22 gage galvanized steel.
b. Blade shall be single skin, 22 gage galvanized steel with center "V" groove for reinforcement.
c. Bearings shall be corrosion resistant synthetic sleeve type turning in an extruded hole in the damper frame.
d. Axles shall be 3/8" square shaft positively locked into damper blade.
5. For units over 36" wide by 12" high
a. Frame shall be 18 gage galvanized steel formed into a structural hat channel shape with tabbed corners for reinforcement.
b. Blades shall be single skin 18 gage galvanized steel with three longitudinal grooves for reinforcement.
c. Bearings shall be corrosion resistant synthetic sleeve type turning in an extruded hole in the damper frame.
d. Axles shall be hexagonal positively locked into damper blade.
Jackshaft:
1. Size: 1-inch diameter.
2. Material: Galvanized-steel pipe rotating within pipe-bearing assembly mounted on supports at each mullion and at each end of multiple-damper assemblies.
3. Length and Number of Mountings: As required to connect linkage of each damper in multiple-damper assembly.
Damper Hardware:
1. Zinc-plated, die-cast core with dial and handle made of 3/32-inch- thick zinc-plated steel, and a 3/4-inch hexagon locking nut.
2. Include center hole to suit damper operating-rod size.
3. Include elevated platform for insulated duct mounting.
CONTROL DAMPERS
Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:
1. American Warming and Ventilating; a division of Mestek, Inc .
2. Arrow United Industries; a division of Mestek, Inc .
3. Cesco Products; a division of Mestek, Inc .
4. Greenheck Fan Corporation .
5. Lloyd Industries, Inc.
6. McGill AirFlow LLC.
7. Metal Form Manufacturing, Inc .
8. Nailor Industries Inc.
9. NCA Manufacturing, Inc.
10. Pottorff .
11. Ruskin Company.
12. Vent Products Company, Inc .
13. Young Regulator Company .
All louvers, gravity roof ventilators, etc. shall have motor operated dampers. Dampers shall be low leak with blade and edge seals.
All motor operated dampers shall be furnished and installed by the mechanical contractor, unless otherwise noted. All damper actuators shall be furnished, installed and wired by the
TCC, unless damper & actuator are provided by equipment manufacturer. TCC shall provide all necessary transformers, contactors, controls and wiring for interlocking equipment to
motor operated dampers. Frames shall be 4" x 1" x 0.081" minimum thickness, 6063T5 extruded aluminum hat channel with hat mounting flanges on both sides of the frame. Each
corner shall be reinforced with two die formed internal braces and machine staked for maximum rigidity.
Blades shall be airfoil type extruded aluminum, maximum 4" depth, with integral structural reinforcing tube running full length of each blade. Blade edge seals shall be extruded vinyl
double edge design with inflatable pocket which enables air pressure from either direction to assist in blade to blade seal off. Blades seals shall be mechanically locked in extruded
blade slots, yet shall be easily replaceable in field. Adhesive or clip-on type blade seals are not acceptable.
Bearings shall be non-corrosive molded synthetic. Axles shall be hexagonal to provide positive locking connection to blades and linkage. Round axles are not acceptable. Linkage
shall be concealed in frame.
F.
G. Dampers shall be parallel blade for 2-position control and opposed blade for modulating control.
H. Control dampers wired to emergency power shall have spring loaded normally closed actuators.
2.6 NOT USED
2.7 FLANGE CONNECTORS
A. Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:
1. Ductmate Industries, Inc.
2. Nexus PDQ; Division of Shilco Holdings Inc .
3. Ward Industries, Inc.; a division of Hart & Cooley, Inc .
B. Description: Add-on or roll-formed, factory-fabricated, slide-on transverse flange connectors, gaskets, and components.
C. Material: Galvanized steel.
D. Gage and Shape: Match connecting ductwork.
2.8 TURNING VANES
A. Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:
1. Aero Dyne.
2. Ductmate Industries, Inc.
3. Duro Dyne Inc.
4. Elgen Manufacturing.
5. METALAIRE, Inc.
6. SEMCO Incorporated.
7. Ward Industries, Inc.; a division of Hart & Cooley, Inc .
B. Manufactured Turning Vanes for Metal Ducts: Curved blades of galvanized sheet steel; support with bars perpendicular to blades set; set into vane runners suitable for duct mounting.
1. Acoustic Turning Vanes: Fabricate airfoil-shaped aluminum extrusions with perforated faces and fibrous-glass fill.
C. Manufactured Turning Vanes for Nonmetal Ducts: Fabricate curved blades of resin-bonded fiberglass with acrylic polymer coating; support with bars perpendicular to blades set; set
into vane runners suitable for duct mounting.
D.
Elbows."
E. Vane Construction: Single wall for ducts up to 48 inches wide and double wall for larger dimensions.
2.9 NOT USED.
B.
Panels," and 7-3, "Access Doors - Round Duct."
1. Door:
a. Double wall, rectangular.
b. Galvanized sheet metal with insulation fill and thickness as indicated for duct pressure class.
c. Vision panel.
d. Hinges and Latches: 1-by-1-inchbutt or piano hinge and cam latches.
e. Fabricate doors airtight and suitable for duct pressure class.
2. Frame: Galvanized sheet steel, with bend-over tabs and foam gaskets.
3. Number of Hinges and Locks:
a. Access Doors Less Than 12 Inches Square: No hinges and two sash locks.
b. Access Doors up to 18 Inches Square: Two hinges Continuous and two sash locks.
c.
d. Access Doors Larger Than 24 by 48 Inches: Four hinges Continuous and two compression latches with outside and inside handles.
C. Pressure Relief Access Door:
1. Door and Frame Material: Galvanized sheet steel.
2. Door: Double wall with insulation fill with metal thickness applicable for duct pressure class.Operation: Open outward for positive-pressure ducts and inward for
negative-pressure ducts.Factory set at 3.0- to 8.0-inch wg.
3. Doors close when pressures are within set-point range.
4. Hinge: Continuous piano.
5. Latches: Cam.
6. Seal: Neoprene or foam rubber.
7. Insulation Fill: 1-inch- thick, fibrous-glass or polystyrene-foam board.
2.10 NOT USED.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
2.11
A.
Panel and Frame: Minimum thickness 0.0528-inch carbon steel.
Fasteners: Carbon steel. Panel fasteners shall not penetrate duct wall.
Minimum Pressure Rating: 10-inch wg, positive or negative.
FLEXIBLE CONNECTORS
Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:
1. Ductmate Industries, Inc.
2. Duro Dyne Inc.
3. Elgen Manufacturing.
4. Ventfabrics, Inc.
5. Ward Industries, Inc.; a division of Hart & Cooley, Inc .
B. Materials: Flame-retardant or noncombustible fabrics.
C.
D. Metal-Edged Connectors: Factory fabricated with a fabric strip 3-1/2 inches wide attached to two strips of 2-3/4-inch- wide, 0.028-inch- thick, galvanized sheet steel or 0.032-inchthick aluminum sheets. Provide metal compatible with connected ducts.
E. Indoor System, Flexible Connector Fabric: Glass fabric double coated with neoprene.
1. Minimum Weight: 26 oz./sq. yd..
2. Tensile Strength: 480 lbf/inch in the warp and 360 lbf/inch in the filling.
3.
2.12 FLEXIBLE DUCTS
A. Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:
1. Flexmaster U.S.A., Inc.
2. McGill AirFlow LLC.
3. Ward Industries, Inc.; a division of Hart & Cooley, Inc .
B.
1. Pressure Rating: 10-inch wg positive and 1.0-inch wg negative.
2. Maximum Air Velocity: 4000 fpm.
3.
C.
1. Pressure Rating: 10-inch wg positive and 1.0-inch wg negative.
2. Maximum Air Velocity: 4000 fpm.
3.
4. Insulation R-value: Comply with ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1.
D. Flexible Duct Connectors:
1. Clamps: Stainless-steel band with cadmium-plated hex screw to tighten band with a worm-gear action or Nylon strap in sizes 3 through 18 inches, to suit duct size.
2.13 DUCT ACCESSORY HARDWARE
A. Instrument Test Holes: Cast iron or cast aluminum to suit duct material, including screw cap and gasket. Size to allow insertion of pitot tube and other testing instruments and of
length to suit duct-insulation thickness.
B. Adhesives: High strength, quick setting, neoprene based, waterproof, and resistant to gasoline and grease.
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.1 INSTALLATION
A.
Glass Duct Construction Standards," for fibrous-glass ducts.
B. Install duct accessories of materials suited to duct materials; use galvanized-steel accessories in galvanized-steel and fibrous-glass ducts, stainless-steel accessories in stainless-steel
ducts, and aluminum accessories in aluminum ducts.
C. Install volume dampers at points on supply, return, and exhaust systems where branches extend from larger ducts. Where dampers are installed in ducts having duct liner, install
dampers with hat channels of same depth as liner, and terminate liner with nosing at hat channel. These dampers, whether shown or the drawings or not, shall be installed at no
additional cost to the Owner. Consult with Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing Agency prior to ductwork installation to establish damper locations
1. Install steel volume dampers in steel ducts.
E. Set dampers to fully open position before testing, adjusting, and balancing.
F. Install test holes at fan inlets and outlets and elsewhere as indicated.
G.
H. Install duct access doors on sides of ducts to allow for inspecting, adjusting, and maintaining accessories and equipment at the following locations:
1. On both sides of duct coils.
2.
3. At outdoor-air intakes and mixed-air plenums.
4. At drain pans and seals.
5. Downstream from manual volume dampers, control dampers, backdraft dampers, and equipment.
6. Adjacent to and close enough to fire or smoke dampers, to reset or reinstall fusible links. Access doors for access to fire or smoke dampers having fusible links shall be pressure
relief access doors and shall be outward operation for access doors installed upstream from dampers and inward operation for access doors installed downstream from dampers.
7. At each change in direction and at maximum 50-foot spacing.
8.
9. Upstream or downstream from duct silencers.
10. Control devices requiring inspection.
11. Elsewhere as indicated.
I. Install access doors with swing against duct static pressure.
J. Access Door Sizes:
1. One-Hand or Inspection Access: 8 by 5 inches.
2. Two-Hand Access: 12 by 6 inches.
3. Head and Hand Access: 18 by 10 inches.
4. Head and Shoulders Access: 21 by 14 inches.
5. Body Access: 25 by 14 inches.
6. Body plus Ladder Access: 25 by 17 inches.
K.
L. Install flexible connectors to connect ducts to equipment.
M. For fans developing static pressures of 5-inch wg and more, cover flexible connectors with loaded vinyl sheet held in place with metal straps.
N. Connect terminal units to supply ducts with maximum 12-inch lengths of flexible duct. Do not use flexible ducts to change directions.
O. Connect diffusers or light troffer boots to ducts with maximum 60-inch lengths of flexible duct clamped or strapped in place.
P. Connect flexible ducts to metal ducts with draw bands.
Q. Install duct test holes where required for testing and balancing purposes.
R. Install thrust limits at centerline of thrust, symmetrical on both sides of equipment. Attach thrust limits at centerline of thrust and adjust to a maximum of 1/4-inch movement during
start and stop of fans.
3.2 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A. Tests and Inspections:
1. Operate dampers to verify full range of movement.
2. Inspect locations of access doors and verify that purpose of access door can be performed.
3. Operate fire, smoke, and combination fire and smoke dampers to verify full range of movement and verify that proper heat-response device is installed.]
4. Inspect turning vanes for proper and secure installation.
END OF SECTION 23 33 00.00
SECTION 23 34 23.00 - HVAC POWER VENTILATORS
PART 1 GENERAL
1.1 SUMMARY
A. Section Includes:
1. Centrifugal roof ventilators.
1.2 QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
B. AMCA Compliance: Fans shall have AMCA-Certified performance ratings and shall bear the AMCA-Certified Ratings Seal.
C.
1.3 COORDINATION
A. Coordinate size and location of structural-steel support members.
B. Coordinate sizes and locations of roof curbs, equipment supports, and roof penetrations with actual equipment provided.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.1 CENTRIFUGAL ROOF VENTILATORS
A. Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:
1. Acme Engineering & Manufacturing Corporation .
2. Breidert Air Products.
3. Carnes Company.
4. Greenheck Fan Corporation.
5. Loren Cook Company.
6. PennBarry.
B. Housing: Provide the Following Types of Housing Design:
1. galvanized steel, mushroom-domed top
C. Hinged Subbase: Galvanized-steel hinged arrangement permitting service and maintenance.
D. Fan Wheels: Aluminum hub and wheel with backward-inclined blades.
E. Belt Drives:
1. Resiliently mounted to housing.
2. Fan Shaft: Turned, ground, and polished steel; keyed to wheel hub.
3. Shaft Bearings: Permanently lubricated, permanently sealed, self-aligning ball bearings.
4. Pulleys: Cast-iron, adjustable-pitch motor pulley.
5. Fan and motor isolated from exhaust airstream.
F. Accessories:
1. Disconnect Switch: Provide NEMA 3R, nonfusible type, with thermal-overload protection factory mounted outside fan housing, factory wired through an internal aluminum
conduit.
a. For three phase integral HP fans use a NEMA 3R safety switch.
2. Bird Screens: Removable, 1/2-inch mesh, aluminum or brass wire.
G. Roof Curbs: Provide factory fabricated roof curb by the same manufacturer as the equipment. Roof curb to be insulated.
2.2 MOTORS
A.
Requirements for HVAC Equipment."
1. Motor Sizes: Minimum size as indicated. If not indicated, large enough so driven load will not require motor to operate in service factor range above 1.0.
2.3 SOURCE QUALITY CONTROL
A.
"Reverberant Room Method for Sound Testing of Fans." Label fans with the AMCA-Certified Ratings Seal.
B.
Testing Fans for Aerodynamic Performance Rating." Label fans with the AMCA-Certified Ratings Seal.
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.1 INSTALLATION
A. Install power ventilators level and plumb.
B. Secure roof-mounted fans to roof curbs with cadmium-plated hardware.
C. Ceiling Units: Suspend units from structure; use steel wire or metal straps.
D. Install units with clearances for service and maintenance.
E.
3.2 CONNECTIONS
A.
"Air Duct Accessories."
B. Install ducts adjacent to power ventilators to allow service and maintenance.
C.
D.
3.3 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A. Perform tests and inspections.
1. Manufacturer's Field Service: Engage a factory-authorized service representative to inspect components, assemblies, and equipment installations, including connections, and to
assist in testing.
B. Tests and Inspections:
1. Verify that shipping, blocking, and bracing are removed.
2. Verify that unit is secure on mountings and supporting devices and that connections to ducts and electrical components are complete. Verify that proper thermal-overload
protection is installed in motors, starters, and disconnect switches.
3. Verify that cleaning and adjusting are complete.
4. Disconnect fan drive from motor, verify proper motor rotation direction, and verify fan wheel free rotation and smooth bearing operation. Reconnect fan drive system, align and
adjust belts, and install belt guards.
5. Adjust belt tension.
6. Adjust damper linkages for proper damper operation.
7. Verify lubrication for bearings and other moving parts.
8. Verify that manual and automatic volume control and fire and smoke dampers in connected ductwork systems are in fully open position.
9. Disable automatic temperature-control operators, energize motor and adjust fan to indicated rpm, and measure and record motor voltage and amperage.
10. Shut unit down and reconnect automatic temperature-control operators.
11. Remove and replace malfunctioning units and retest as specified above.
C. Test and adjust controls and safeties. Replace damaged and malfunctioning controls and equipment.
D. Prepare test and inspection reports.
3.4 ADJUSTING
A. Adjust damper linkages for proper damper operation.
B. Adjust belt tension.
C.
D. Replace fan and motor pulleys as required to achieve design airflow.
E. Lubricate bearings.
END OF SECTION 23 34 23.00
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SECTION 23 36 00.00 - AIR TERMINAL UNITS
PART 1 GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS
A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.
1.2
SUMMARY
A. Section Includes:
1. Shutoff, single-duct air terminal units.
B. Provide the following electrical work as work of this section, complying with requirements of Division 26 sections:
1. Power all 120 volt power and low voltage wiring for all VAV boxes including wiring to controllers, actuators, valves, dampers, etc. from power source to power connections.
Provide transformers and low voltage wiring to all devices.
2. Provide new circuit breaker(s) in spare(s) at panel board with 120 volt wiring to all transformers. Include transformers, disconnects and required electrical devices.
3. Provide all control wiring between field-installed controls and air terminals.
C. Refer to Division 26 for the following work; not work of this section:
1. Power supply wiring for electric heat and fans.
D. Related Sections:
1.
1.3
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
A.
1.4
SUBMITTALS
A. Product Data: For each type of the following products, including rated capacities, furnished specialties, sound-power ratings, and accessories.
1. Air terminal units.
2. Liners and adhesives.
3. Sealants and gaskets.
B. LEED Submittals:
1.
C. Shop Drawings: For air terminal units. Include plans, elevations, sections, details, and attachments to other work.
1. Detail equipment assemblies and indicate dimensions, weights, loads, required clearances, method of field assembly, components, and location and size of each field connection.
2. Wiring Diagrams: For power, signal, and control wiring.
3.
4. Include a schedule showing unique model designation, room location, model number, size, and accessories furnished.
D. Delegated-Design Submittal:
1. Materials, fabrication, assembly, and spacing of hangers and supports.
2.
E. Coordination Drawings: Reflected ceiling plans, drawn to scale, on which the following items are shown and coordinated with each other, using input from Installers of the items
involved:
1. Ceiling suspension assembly members.
2. Size and location of initial access modules for acoustic tile.
3. Ceiling-mounted items including lighting fixtures, diffusers, grilles, speakers, sprinklers, access panels, and special moldings.
F. Field quality-control reports.
G.
and Maintenance Data," include the following:
1. Instructions for resetting minimum and maximum air volumes.
2. Instructions for adjusting software set points.
1.5
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
B.
C. Comply with ARI 880 standard for terminal boxes
D. Comply with ARI 410 standard for reheat coils.
E. Identification: Provide label on each unit indicating Plant Number, CFM Range, CFM factory setting, and calibration curve (if required).
1.6
TEMPERATURE CONTROL INTEGRATION
A.
points as specified. The control and monitoring points shall be capable of communication to the temperature control contractor via open protocol. Coordinate with the temperature
control contractor for communication requirements. Provide controllers and protocols as required by the temperature controls contractor for seamless integration.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.1 SHUTOFF, SINGLE-DUCT AIR TERMINAL UNITS
A. Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following
1. Price Industries
2. Titus
3. Trane
4. Johnson Controls
5. Carrier
6. Enviro-Tec
B. Configuration: Volume-damper assembly arrangement inside unit casing and control components inside a protective metal shroud. The assemblies shall be pressure independent and
shall reset to any flow between zero and the maximum catalogued air volume.
C. Casing: Construct of die-cast aluminum or 22 gauge galvanized sheet metal. Provide airtight gasket and quarter turn latches. Provide hanger brackets for attachment of supports.
Provide removable panels in casings to permit access to air dampers and other parts requiring service, adjustment or maintenance.
1.
Revisions:
No.
Date
Description
1
03.15.2013
ADD. 1
2
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
PERMIT SET
HVAC
SPECIFICATIONS
Project #
a.
b. Double wall construction
Air Inlets: Round stub connections or S-slip and drive connections for duct attachment.
Air Outlet: S-slip and drive connections.
Access: Removable panels for access to parts requiring service, adjustment, or maintenance; with airtight gasket and quarter-turn latches.
Fan: Forward-curved centrifugal, located at plenum air inlet.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
D. Construct of materials that cannot corrode, do not require lubrication, nor require periodic servicing. Provide maximum volume dampers, with velocity rings, both pressure dependent
and pressure compensated, that are calibrated in cfm, factory-adjusted, and marked for specified air capacities. Provide mechanism to vary air volume thru damper for minimum to
maximum, in response from signal from thermostat.
E. Volume Damper: Galvanized steel with flow-sensing ring and peripheral gasket and self-lubricating bearings.
1.
subjected to 0.5-in wg pressure for low pressure units, and 3.0-in wg pressure for high pressure unitsf, total leakage does not exceed 3% of specified air flow capacity with outlets
sealed and inlets wide open. Construct air dampers such that when subjected to 6.0-in wg inlet pressure with damper closed, total leakage does not
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1.4 INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS
A. Coordination Drawings: Plans, drawn to scale, on which the following items are shown and coordinated with each other, using input from installers of the items involved:
1. Duct installation in congested spaces, indicating coordination with general construction, building components, and other building services. Indicate proposed changes to duct
layout.
2. Suspended ceiling components.
3. Structural members to which duct will be attached.
4. Size and location of initial access modules for acoustical tile.
5. Penetrations of smoke barriers and fire-rated construction.
6. Items penetrating finished ceiling including the following:
a. Lighting fixtures.
b. Air outlets and inlets.
c. Speakers.
d. Sprinklers.
e. Access panels.
B. Field quality-control reports.
1.5 QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
1. Seal shall provide maximum 3 cfm/100 sq. ft. at 1-inch wg and shall be rated for10-inch wg static-pressure class, positive or negative.
2. EPDM O-ring to seal in concave bead in coupling or fitting spigot.
2.8 HANGERS AND SUPPORTS
A. Hanger Rods for Noncorrosive Environments: Cadmium-plated steel rods and nuts.
B. Hanger Rods for Corrosive Environments: Electrogalvanized, all-thread rods or galvanized rods with threads painted with zinc-chromate primer after installation.
C.
"Minimum Hanger Sizes for Round Duct."
D.
E.
F. Steel Cable End Connections: Cadmium-plated steel assemblies with brackets, swivel, and bolts designed for duct hanger service; with an automatic-locking and clamping device.
G. Duct Attachments: Sheet metal screws, blind rivets, or self-tapping metal screws; compatible with duct materials.
H. Trapeze and Riser Supports:
1. Supports for Galvanized-Steel Ducts: Galvanized-steel shapes and plates.
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SECTION 23 31 13.00 - METAL DUCTS
PART 1 GENERAL
1.1 SUMMARY
A. Section Includes:
1. Single-wall rectangular ducts and fittings.
2.
3. Sheet metal materials.
4. Duct liner.
5. Sealants and gaskets.
6. Hangers and supports.
7. Double-wall rectangular ducts and fittings.
8.
1.2 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
A. Duct construction, including sheet metal thicknesses, seam and joint construction, reinforcements, and hangers and supports, shall comply with SMACNA's "HVAC Duct
Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible" and performance requirements and design criteria indicated in "Duct Schedule" Article.
B.
described in SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible" SMACNA's "Seismic Restraint Manual: Guidelines for Mechanical Systems."
C.
1.3 ACTION SUBMITTALS
A. Product Data: For each type of the following products:
1. Liners and adhesives.
2. Sealants and gaskets.
3. Seismic-restraint devices.
B. LEED Submittals:
1.
2.
Insulation."
3.
4.
5.
C. Shop Drawings:
1. Fabrication, assembly, and installation, including plans, elevations, sections, components, and attachments to other work.
2. Factory- and shop-fabricated ducts and fittings.
3. Duct layout indicating sizes, configuration, liner material, and static-pressure classes.
4. Elevation of top of ducts.
5. Dimensions of main duct runs from building grid lines.
6. Fittings.
7. Reinforcement and spacing.
8. Seam and joint construction.
9. Penetrations through fire-rated and other partitions.
10. Equipment installation based on equipment being used on Project.
11. Locations for duct accessories, including dampers, turning vanes, and access doors and panels.
12.
D. Ductwork Submittal:
1. Sheet metal thicknesses.
2. Joint and seam construction and sealing.
3. Reinforcement details and spacing.
4. Materials, fabrication, assembly, and spacing of hangers and supports.
5.
13272
M4.02
Date:
02.22.2013
2.
H. Multioutlet Attenuator Section: Lined with multiple outlets each with locking butterfly balancing damper. Refer to drawings for number and size of outlets.
I. Sound Power Levels: Provide sound power levels not exceeding the following:
Radiated: Discharge Sound:
a. 2nd octave:
65
68
b. 3rd octave:
60
68
c. 4th octave:
55
65
d. 5th octave:
49
60
e. 6th octave:
40
57
f. 7th octave:
34
57
g. NC:
30
28
J. Controls General: Each VAV air terminal shall be equipped with the following:
1. Each terminal shall have both discharge air temperature and supply CFM sensors
2. VAV air terminal manufacturer shall factory install DDC Controls for boxes at their factory as provided by the Temperature Control Contractor. Box manufacturer shall
coordinate and be responsible for this mounting cost.
K. NOT USED.
Electric-Resistance Heating Coils: Nickel-chromium heating wire, free of expansion noise and hum, mounted in ceramic inserts in a galvanized-steel housing; with primary
automatic, and secondary manual, reset thermal cutouts. Terminate elements in stainless-steel, machine-staked terminals secured with stainless-steel hardware.
1. Location: Plenum air inlet.
2. Stage(s): See Equipment Schedule on drawings
3. Access door interlocked disconnect switch.
4. Downstream air temperature sensor with local connection to override discharge-air temperature to not exceed a maximum temperature set point (adjustable.)
5. Nickel chrome 80/20 heating elements.
6. Airflow switch for proof of airflow.
7. Fan interlock contacts.
8.
9. Mercury contactors.
10. Pneumatic-electric switches and relays.
11. Magnetic contactor for each step of control (for three-phase coils).
M. Electric Controls: 24-V damper actuator with wall-mounted electric thermostat and appropriate mounting hardware.
N. NOT USED.
2.4
L.
O.
2.2
HANGERS AND SUPPORTS
A.
B. Hanger Rods for Noncorrosive Environments: Cadmium-plated steel rods and nuts.
C. Hanger Rods for Corrosive Environments: Electrogalvanized, all-thread rods or galvanized rods with threads painted with zinc-chromate primer after installation.
D.
environments).
E. Steel Cable End Connections: Cadmium-plated steel assemblies with brackets, swivel, and bolts designed for duct hanger service; with an automatic-locking and clamping
device.
F. Air Terminal Unit Attachments: Sheet metal screws, blind rivets, or self-tapping metal screws; compatible with duct materials.
G. Trapeze and Riser Supports: Steel shapes and plates for units with steel casings; aluminum for units with aluminum casings.
2.3
SOURCE QUALITY CONTROL
A.
1. Label each air terminal unit with plan number, nominal airflow, maximum and minimum factory-set airflows, coil type, and ARI certification seal.
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.1
INSTALLATION
A.
B. Install air terminal units level and plumb. Maintain sufficient clearance for normal service and maintenance.
C. Install temperature control devices including but not limited to wall mounted sensors and/or thermostats.
3.2
HANGER AND SUPPORT INSTALLATION
A.
B. Building Attachments: Concrete inserts, powder-actuated fasteners, or structural-steel fasteners appropriate for construction materials to which hangers are being attached.
1. Where practical, install concrete inserts before placing concrete.
2. Install powder-actuated concrete fasteners after concrete is placed and completely cured.
3. Use powder-actuated concrete fasteners for standard-weight aggregate concretes and for slabs more than 4 inches thick.
4. Do not use powder-actuated concrete fasteners for lightweight-aggregate concretes and for slabs less than 4 inches thick.
5. Do not use powder-actuated concrete fasteners for seismic restraints.
C. Hangers Exposed to View: Threaded rod and angle or channel supports.
D. Install upper attachments to structures. Select and size upper attachments with pull-out, tension, and shear capacities appropriate for supported loads and building materials
where used.
3.3
CONNECTIONS
A. Install piping adjacent to air terminal unit to allow service and maintenance.
B.
C.
3.4
IDENTIFICATION
A.
"Identification for HVAC Piping and Equipment" for equipment labels and warning signs and labels.
3.5
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A. Testing Agency: Engage a qualified testing agency to perform tests and inspections.
B. Perform tests and inspections per manufacturer's instructions and recommendations.
C. Tests and Inspections:
1. After installing air terminal units and after electrical circuitry has been energized, test for compliance with requirements.
2. Leak Test: After installation, fill water coils and test for leaks. Repair leaks and retest until no leaks exist.
3. Operational Test: After electrical circuitry has been energized, start units to confirm proper motor rotation and unit operation.
4. Test and adjust controls and safeties. Replace damaged and malfunctioning controls and equipment.
D. Air terminal unit will be considered defective if it does not pass tests and inspections.
E. Prepare written test and inspection reports. Identify any discrepancies in operation and/or performance. Provide recommendations.
3.6
STARTUP SERVICE
A. Perform startup service.
1. Complete installation and startup checks according to manufacturer's written instructions.
2. Verify that inlet duct connections are as recommended by air terminal unit manufacturer to achieve proper performance.
3. Verify that controls and control enclosure are accessible.
4. Verify that control connections are complete.
5. Verify that nameplate and identification tag are visible.
6. Verify that controls respond to inputs as specified.
3.7
DEMONSTRATION
A. Train Owner's maintenance personnel to adjust, operate, and maintain air terminal units.
END OF SECTION 23 36 00.00
SECTION 23 37 13.00 - DIFFUSERS, REGISTERS, AND LOUVERS
PART 1 GENERAL
1.1 SUMMARY
A. Section Includes:
1. Rectangular and square ceiling diffusers.
2. Supply registers and grilles.
3. Fixed face registers and grilles.
4. Drum Louvers
5. Linear Slot Diffusers
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.1 CEILING DIFFUSERS
A. Square Ceiling Diffusers: Price, Model SPD square plaque diffuser - CD
1. Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:
a. Anemostat Products; a Mestek company .
b. Carnes.
c. Krueger.
d. METALAIRE, Inc.
e. Nailor Industries Inc.
f. Price Industries.
g. Titus.
h. Tuttle & Bailey.
2. Devices shall be specifically designed for variable-air-volume flows.
3. Material: Steel (Aluminum in moist areas).
4. Finish: Baked enamel, white.
5. Face Size: 24 by 24 inches.
6. Face Style: Three cone or Plaque.
7. Mounting: Surface or T-bar.
8. Pattern: Fixed or Adjustable.
9. Dampers: Butterfly in drywall applications.
10. Accessories:
a. Equalizing grid.
b. Plaster ring.
B. Supply Registers and Grilles: Price, Model 520 - SR
1. Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:
a. Anemostat Products; a Mestek company .
b. Carnes.
c. METALAIRE, Inc.
d. Nailor Industries Inc.
e. Price Industries.
f. Titus.
g. Tuttle & Bailey.
2. Devices shall be specifically designed for variable-air-volume flows.
3. Material: Steel or Aluminum in moist areas.
4. Finish: Baked enamel, white.
5. Face Size: On Drawings
6. Mounting: Surface or T-bar.
7. Pattern: Adjustable core style.
8. Dampers: Butterfly.
9. Accessories:
a. Square to round neck adaptor.
b. Adjustable pattern vanes.
c. Throw reducing vanes.
d. Equalizing grid.
e. Plaster ring.
f. Safety chain.
g. Wire guard.
h. Sectorizing baffles.
i. Operating rod extension.
2.2 REGISTERS AND GRILLES: Price, Model 535/635 - TG
A. Fixed Face Register
1. Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:
a. Anemostat Products; a Mestek company .
b. Carnes.
c. Krueger.
d. Nailor Industries Inc.
e. Price Industries.
f. Titus.
g. Tuttle & Bailey.
2. Material: Steel or Aluminum in moist areas.
3. Finish: Baked enamel, white.
4. Face Arrangement: 1/2-by-1/2-by-1/2-inch grid core.
5. Core Construction: Integral.
6. Frame: 1-1/4 inches wide.
7. Mounting: Concealed.
8. Damper Type: Adjustable opposed blade.
9. Accessory: Filter.
2.3 HIGH-CAPACITY DIFFUSERS: Price, Model HCD1D
B. Drum Louver - DL
a. Anemostat Products; a Mestek company .
b. Carnes.
c. Krueger.
d. METALAIRE, Inc.
e. Nailor Industries Inc.
f. Price Industries.
g. Titus.
h. Tuttle & Bailey.
2. Airflow Principle: Extended distance for high airflow rates.
Material: Aluminum, heavy gage extruded.
Finish: White baked acrylic.
Border: 1-1/4-inch width with countersunk screw holes.
Gasket between drum and border.
Body: Drum shaped; adjustable vertically.
Blades: Individually adjustable horizontally.
Mounting: Surface to duct or wall.
Inlet Width: [On Drawings]
Inlet Length: [On Drawings]
Accessories:
a. Opposed-blade steel damper.
b. Duct-mounting collars with countersunk screw holes.
Linear Bar Grille: Price, Model LBP 15A - 18"x6" - LD
1. Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:
a. Anemostat Products; a Mestek company .
b. Carnes.
c. Krueger.
d. METALAIRE, Inc.
e. Nailor Industries Inc.
f. Price Industries.
g. Titus.
h. Tuttle & Bailey.
2. Face Size: 18"x6"
3. Mounting: Surface or T-bar.
4. Pattern: Adjustable core style.
5. Dampers: Butterfly.
6.
7. Number of Bars: 20 Bars
8. Accessories:
a. Square to round neck adaptor.
b. Adjustable pattern vanes.
c. Throw reducing vanes.
d. Equalizing grid.
e. Plaster ring.
f. Safety chain.
g. Wire guard.
h. Sectorizing baffles.
i. Operating rod extension.
SOURCE QUALITY CONTROL
2.5
A.
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.1 EXAMINATION
A. Examine areas where diffusers, registers, and grilles are to be installed for compliance with requirements for installation tolerances and other conditions affecting
performance of equipment.
B. Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
3.2 INSTALLATION
A. Install diffusers, registers, and grilles level and plumb.
B. Ceiling-Mounted Outlets and Inlets: Drawings indicate general arrangement of ducts, fittings, and accessories. Air outlet and inlet locations have been indicated to achieve
design requirements for air volume, noise criteria, airflow pattern, throw, and pressure drop. Make final locations where indicated, as much as practical. For units installed
in lay-in ceiling panels, locate units in the center of panel. Where architectural features or other items conflict with installation, notify Architect for a determination of final
location.
C. Install diffusers, registers, and grilles with airtight connections to ducts and to allow service and maintenance of dampers, air extractors, and fire dampers.
D.
3.3 ADJUSTING
A. After installation, adjust diffusers, registers, and grilles to air patterns indicated, or as directed, before starting air balancing.
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PART 1 GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS
A.
1.2
SUMMARY
A. Section includes package rooftop heating and cooling units of the following:
1. Rooftop Heat Pump Units
2. Rooftop 25 Tons and Larger
3. Rooftop Less Than 25 Tons
B. Related Sections:
1.
1.3
ACTION SUBMITTALS
A. Product Data: Submit manufacturer's technical product data, including rated capacities of selected model clearly indicated, dimensions, required clearances, weights,
furnished specialties and accessories; and installation and start-up instructions.
B. Shop Drawings: Detail equipment assemblies and indicate dimensions, weights, loads, required clearances, methods of field assembly, components, and location and size of
each field connection. Prepare the following by or under the supervision of a qualified professional engineer:
1. Mounting Details: For securing and flashing roof curb to roof structure. Indicate coordinating requirements with roof membrane system.
C. Submit shop drawings detailing the manufacturer's electrical requirements for power supply wiring for rooftop heating and cooling units. Submit manufacturer's ladder-type
wiring diagrams for interlock and control wiring. Clearly differentiate between portions of wiring that are factory-installed and portions to be field-installed.
D. Submit shop drawings detailing the mounting, securing, and flashing of the roof curb to the roof structure. Indicate coordinating requirements with roof membrane system.
E. Coordination Drawings: Rooftop replacement-air units to roof-curb mounting details drawn to scale, on which the following items are shown and coordinated with each
other, based on input from installers of the items involved:
1. Size and location of rooftop replacement-air unit mounting rails and anchor points and methods for anchoring units to roof curb.
2. Required roof penetrations for ducts, pipes, and electrical raceways, including size and location of each penetration.
F. Startup service reports.
G. Operation and Maintenance Data: Submit maintenance data and parts list for each rooftop units, including "trouble-shooting" maintenance guide, servicing guide and
preventative maintenance schedule and procedures. Include this data in maintenance manual; in accordance with requirements of Division 1.
H. Warranty: Special warranty specified in this Section.
Electrical Installer.
1.
Condensate Pump
a.
F. Start-up rooftop units, in accordance with manufacturer's start-up instructions. Test controls and demonstration compliance with requirements. Replace damaged or
malfunctioning controls and equipment.
G. Condensate Piping: Provide Schedule 40 PVC condensate piping with trap.
2.
3.3
Electrical Connections: Refer to Section 16142 - Electrical Connections for Equipment for final connections to equipment and installation of loose shipped electrical
components.
3.4
TRAINING OF OWNER'S PERSONNEL:
A. Provide services of manufacturer's technical representative for 1-half day to instruct Owner's personnel in operation and maintenance of rooftop units.
B. Schedule training with Owner, provide at least 7-day notice to Contractor and Engineer of training date.
3.5
SPARE PARTS:
A. General: Furnish to Owner, with receipt, the following spare parts for each rooftop unit:
1.
1 set of matched fan belts for each belt-driven fan.
2. 1 set filters for each unit.
3.6
DEMONSTRATION:
A. Start-Up Services:
1.
Provide the services of a factory-authorized service representative to start-up rooftop units, in accordance with manufacturer's written start-up instructions. Test controls
and demonstrate compliance with requirements. Replace damaged or malfunctioning controls and equipment.
B. Operating and Maintenance Training:
1.
Provide services of manufacturer's service representative to instruct Owner's personnel in operation and maintenance of rooftop units. Training shall include start-up and
shut-down, servicing and preventative maintenance schedule and procedures, and troubleshooting procedures plus procedures for obtaining repair parts and technical
assistance. Review operating and maintenance data contained in the Operating and Maintenance Manuals specified in Division One.
2. Schedule training with Owner, provide at least 7-day prior notice to the Architect/Engineer.
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SECTION 23 81 29.00 - DUCTLESS SPLIT SYSTEM AIR CONDITIONING UNITS
PART 1 1.1
GENERAL
RELATED DOCUMENTS
A. Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and Division 1 Specification sections, apply to work of this section.
1.2
PART 3 3.1
The condensate pump shall remove condensate from the drain pan when gravity drainage cannot be used. Pump shall be designed for quiet operation. Pump shall
consist of two parts: an internal reservoir/sensor assembly, and a remote sound-shielded pump assembly. The lift capability of the condensate pump shall be 1 to 10
ft (009 size unit) or 3 to 25 ft (012-024 size units). A level sensor on the condensate pan shall stop cooling operation if the level in the condensate pan is
unacceptable.
Electronic Programmable Thermostat
a.
Provide hard-wired wall thermostat secured to wall. (remote control stats are not acceptable).
b.
Thermostat shall be commercial grade and shall provide 7-day, 4-event scheduling. Integral subbase shall be included. Thermostat shall also provide 3-speed fan
switchover capability, air sweep auto changeover, and shall not require a battery to retain memory.]
EXECUTION
INSPECTION:
A. Examine areas and conditions under which air conditioning units are to be installed. Do not proceed with work until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected in manner
acceptable to Installer.
3.2
INSTALLATION OF DUCTLESS SPLIT SYSTEM UNITS:
A. General: Install units in accordance with manufacturers installation instructions. Install units plumb and level, firmly anchored in locations indicated, and maintain
manufacturer's recommended clearances.
B. Support: Install exterior units on grade on 4" thick concrete pad.
C. Support: Install exterior units on roof on equipment curb with flashing to roof. Provide curb type and flashing per roofing manufacturer requirements.
1.
Outdoor Condensing Units
2.
Indoor High Wall Units
B. Refer to Division 26 sections for the following work; not work of this section.
1.
Power supply wiring from power source to power connection on Air Conditioning units. Include starters, disconnects, and required electrical devices, except where
specified as furnished, or factory-installed, by manufacturer.
C. Provide the following electrical work as work of this section, complying with requirements of Division 26 sections:
1.
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local building code. See the architectural plans for coordination.
E. Electrical Wiring: Install electrical devices furnished by manufacturer but not specified to be factory-mounted. Furnish copy of manufacturer's wiring diagram submittal to
Electrical Installer.
F. Verify that electrical wiring installation is in accordance with manufacturer's submittal and installation requirements of Division-26 sections. Do not proceed with equipment
start-up until wiring installation is acceptable to equipment Installer.
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G. Drain Piping: Connect unit drain to nearest indirect waste connection. Provide trap at drain pan; construct at least 1" deeper than fan pressure in inches of water.
H. Start-up AC units, in accordance with manufacturer's start-up instructions. Test controls and demonstrate compliance with requirements. Replace damaged or malfunctioning
controls and equipment.
3.3
TRAINING OF OWNER'S PERSONNEL:
A. Provide services of manufacturer's technical representative for 1-half day to instruct Owner's personnel in operation and maintenance of units. Schedule training with Owner,
provide at least 7-day notice to Contractor and Engineer of training date.
SUMMARY
A. Types of ductless split system units specified in this section include the following:
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Interlock and Control wiring between field-installed controls, indicating devices, and unit control panels.
D. Related Sections:
1.
1.3
Quality Assurance
A. Test and rate systems in accordance with ARI 210/240.
B.
and marked for intended use.
1.4
WARRANTY:
A. Warranty on Motor/Compressor: Provide written warranty, signed by manufacturer, agreeing to replace/repair, within warranty period, motors/compressors with inadequate
or defective materials and workmanship, including leakage, breakage, improper assembly, or failure to perform as required; provided manufacturer's instructions for
handling, installing, protecting, and maintaining units have been adhered to during warranty period. Replacement is limited to component replacement only, and does not
include labor for removal and reinstallation.
1.5
SPARE PARTS:
A. General: Furnish to Owner, with receipt, the following spare parts for AC unit:
1.
1 set of matched fan belts for each belt driven fan.
2. 1 set filters for each unit.
PART 2 2.1
PRODUCTS
MANUFACTURER:
A. Subject to compliance with requirements, provide ductless split system air conditioning units of one of the following manufacturers:
1.
2.2
Carrier
2.
Mitsubishi
3.
Sanyo
4.
EMI
5.
Fujitsu
6.
LG
7.
Daikin
8.
Samsung
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
OUTDOOR CONDENSING UNITS
A. General
1.
Factory assembled, single piece, air-cooled outdoor unit. Contained within the unit enclosure shall be all factory wiring, piping, controls, compressor, full charge of HFC
refrigerant, and special features required prior to field start-up.
B. Unit Cabinet
1.
Unit cabinet shall be constructed of galvanized steel, bonderized and coated with a baked-enamel finish.
2.
Unit access panels shall be removable with minimal screws and shall provide full acce4ss to the compressor, fan, and control components.
3.
Outdoor compartment shall be isolated and have an acoustic lining to assure quiet operation.
C. Fans
1.4
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Product Options: Drawings indicate size, profiles, and dimensional requirements of rooftop replacement-air units and are based on the specific system indicated. Refer to
1.
Outdoor fans shall be direct-drive propeller type, and shall discharge air horizontally. Fans shall below air through the outdoor coil.
2.
Outdoor fan motors shall be totally-enclosed, single-phase motors with Class B insulation and permanently-lubricated sleeve bearings. Motor shall be protected by
internal thermal overload protection.
3.
Shaft shall have inherent corrosion resistance.
4.
Fan blades shall be corrosion resistant and shall be statically and dynamically balanced.
5.
Outdoor fan openings shall be equipped with PVC coated protection grille over fan and coil.
D. Compressor
B.
and marked for intended use.
C. Codes and Standards:
1. AGA Compliance: Shall bear the AGA label
2. ARI Compliance:
3. UL Compliance:
4. Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) of rooftop units shall be equal to or greater than prescribed by ASHRAE 90A "Energy Conservation in New Building Design".
5. Rooftop units shall be listed by UL and have UL label as a unit.
1.5
WARRANTY:
A. Special Warranty: Manufacturer's standard form in which manufacturer agrees to replace components listed below that fail in materials or workmanship within specified
warranty period.
1. Warranty Period for Compressors: Manufacturer's standard, but not less than 5 years from date of Substantial Completion.
2. Retain subparagraph below for units with fuel-fired furnaces.
3. Warranty Period for Heat Exchangers: Manufacturer's standard, but not less than 5 years from date of Substantial Completion.
B. Warranty on Compressor and Heat Exchanger: Provide written warranty, signed by manufacturer, agreeing to replace/repair, within warranty period, compressors and heat
exchangers with inadequate and defective materials and workmanship, including leakage, breakage, improper assembly, or failure to perform as required; provided
manufacturer's instructions for handling, installing, protecting, and maintaining units have been adhered to during warranty period. Replacement is limited to component
replacement only, and does not include labor for removal and reinstallation.
C. Warranty Period: 5 years from date of owner acceptance.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.1
ROOFTOP UNITS 25 TONS AND LARGER:
A. General: All units shall be completely factory assembled and tested, piped, internally wired, and fully charged with HFC Refrigerant. Cooling capacities shall be rated in
accordance with A.R.I. Standard 360. All electrical wiring in accordance with National Electric Code. All units suitable for outdoor rooftop or ground level installation.
B. Unit Casing: All exterior surfaces shall be phosphatized, zinc-coated steel with enamel finish. Screws shall be coated with zinc-plus-zinc chromate and with neoprene
washers where sealing shall be required. Doors shall provide access to control components, filters, outside/return air dampers, evaporator coil, and supply and exhaust fan
sections. All access doors and removable panels shall have neoprene gaskets an 1/2-inch, dual density fiber insulation. Roof assembly shall have modified lock seam joints
filled with sealant. Drain hole(s) shall be provided on each side of the condenser section. Unit base shall be one-piece welded assembly with 14-gauge formed, load bearing
members and overhang roof curb to facilitate water runoff. Unit lifting lugs accept chains or cables for rigging.
1. Unit casing shall have double wall construction with foam injected panels.
C. Roof Curb: The curb shall be constructed of 16-gauge, zinc-clad steel. The roof curb is designed to mate with unit and provide support and complete weathertight
installation when properly installed. Wood nailer strip shall be factory installed, with gasketing provided to seal supply/return air openings. Design shall allow for
connection of ductwork to curb prior to setting of unit. Curb shall be 14 inches high and approved by the National Roofing Contractors Association. Roof curb ships
knocked down for easy field assembly. Provide curb type and flashing per roofing manufacturer requirements.
D. Electrical: All wiring shall be installed and tested in individual component assemblies, then rechecked during final factory run test.
1. Provide factory installed, internally mounted NEC and UL approved non-fused disconnect switch providing unit power shutoff with disconnect lockout protection
capability.
E. Refrigeration System:
1. Compressors - All units shall have two or more 3,600 rpm, hermetically sealed compressors. Compressors shall be equipped with over-temperature, over-current and
high-pressure controls. Crankcase heaters and suction line accumulators shall be standard on all models. Provide compressor isolation service valves.
F. Units shall also have:
1. Hot-gas bypass valve and piping on one compressor for variable air volume systems.
G. Coils:
1. Refrigeration Controls - Refrigeration controls shall include condenser fan, evaporator fan, compressor contactors, and a 24-volt transformer. Each circuit of the unit
shall have a separate set of refrigeration controls. Compressor safety controls are outlined in the section above.
2. Evaporator Coil - All units shall have three independent circuits. Heavy-duty aluminum fins mechanically bonded to 1/2-inch seamless copper tubing shall be standard.
Factory pressure and leak tested at 300 psi. Expansion valves shall be standard.
3. Condenser Coil - Factory pressure and leak tested at 425 psi. Aluminum fin surface mechanically bonded to 3/8-inch seamless copper tubing.
H. Fans:
1. Indoor Air Fan - Shall be two, double-inlet, belt-driven, forward-curved, centrifugal-type fans mounted on a common shaft with adjustable sheave drive. All fans
statically and dynamically balanced and tested at the factory. Supply fan shall be run tested in the unit as part of unit run test. Unit reaches its rated rpm before the fan
shaft passes through the first critical speed. Fan shaft shall be mounted on two self-aligning, permanently sealed ball bearing.
2. Condenser Fans and Motors - Shall be vertical discharge, balanced, direct-drive fans mounted in full length, bell-mouth orifices. Fan motor shall be three-phrase with
permanently lubricated ball bearings and built-in thermal overload protection. Motors shall be line voltage, three phase and shall be equipped with rain shields to
eliminate moisture.
I. Drain Pan:
1. Standard galvanized IAQ drain pan.
1.
Compressor shall be fully hermetic reciprocating or scroll type.
2.
Compressor shall be equipped with oil system, operating oil charge, and motor. Internal overloads shall protect the compressor from overtemperature and overcurrent.
Scroll compressors shall also have high discharge gas temperature protection if required.
3.
Motor shall be NEMA rated Class F, suitable for operation in a refrigerant atmosphere.
4.
Reciprocating compressors shall be equipped with crankcase heaters to minimize liquid refrigerant accumulation in compressor during shutdown and to prevent
refrigerant dilution of oil.
5.
Compressor assembly shall be installed on rubber vibration isolators and shall have internal spring isolation.
6.
Compressors shall be single-phase or 3-phase a specified on the contract drawings.
E. Outdoor Coil
1.
Electric heat sections: manufacturer's standard construction electric heat coils, factory-wire for single point wiring connection. Complete with over-current and over-heat
protection devices.
Coil shall be constructed of aluminum fins mechanically bonded to internally enhanced, seamless copper tubes which are cleaned, dehydrated, and sealed.
F. Refrigeration Components
1.
Refrigerant circuit components shall include brass external liquid line service valve with service gage port connections, suction line service valve with service gage
connection port, service gage port connections on compressor suction and discharge lines with Schrader-type fittings with brass caps, accumulator, pressure relief, and a
full charge of refrigerant.
G. Controls and Safeties
1.
Operating controls and safeties shall be factory selected, assembled, and tested. The minimum control functions shall include the following:
H. Controls
1.
I.
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Time delay restart to prevent compressor reverse rotation on signal-phase scroll compressors.
2.
Automatic restart on power failure.
3.
Safety lockout if any outdoor unit safety is open.
4.
A time delay control sequence provided through the fan coil board, thermostat, or controller.
5.
High-pressure and liquid line low-pressure switches.
6.
Automatic outdoor fan motor protection.
7.
Start capacitor and relay (single phase units without scroll compressors).
Safeties
1.
System diagnostics.
2.
Compressor motor current and temperature overload protection
3.
High pressure relief.
4.
Outdoor fan failure protection.
Electrical Requirements
1.
Unit electrical power shall be a single point connection.
2.
Unit control voltage to the indoor-fan coil shall be 24 volt
3.
All power and control wiring must be installed per NEC and all local building codes.
4.
High and low voltage terminal block connections.
K. Special Features (Field Installed)
1.
Low-Ambient Kit
a.
2.
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Field supplied and installed winter start control shall permit start-up for cooling operation under low-load conditions and at low-ambient temperatures by bypassing
the low-pressure switch for a 3-minute delay period.
Crankcase Heater (units with scroll compressors only).
a.
2.3
This electronically operated shutoff valve shall close and opening response to compressor operation. The valve should be used with all long-lines applications (over
100 ft.)..
Winter Start Control
a.
4.
Control shall regulate fan-motor cycles in response to saturated condensing pressure of the unit. The control shall be capable of maintaining a condensing
temperature of 100 F +/- 10 F with outdoor temperatures to -20F. Installation of kit shall not require changing the outdoor-fan motor.
Liquid Solenoid Valve
a.
Unit shall be shipped with a clamp-on compressor oil sump heater.]
HIGH WALL UNITS
A. General
1.
J.
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E. Verify that electrical wiring installation is in accordance with manufacturer's submittal and installation requirement of Division 26 sections. Do not proceed with equipment
start-up until wiring installation is acceptable to equipment Installer.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
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exceed 10% of specified air flow capacity.
F. Velocity Sensors: Multipoint array with velocity sensors in cold- and hot-deck air inlets and air outlets. The airflow sensors shall be of the cross configuration and shall have
multiple pickup points, designed to average the flow across the inlet of the assembly
G. Attenuator Section: Lined 22 gauge aluminum or galvanized sheet steel.
1.
Indoor, direct-expansion, wall-mounted fan coil. Unit shall be complete with cooling/heating (heat pump systems only) coil, fan, fan motor, piping connectors, electrical
controls, microprocessor control system, and integral temperature sensing. Unit shall be furnished with integral wall-mounting bracket and mounting hardware.
B. Unit Cabinet
1.
Cabinet discharge and inlet grilles shall be attractively styled, high-impact polystyrene. Cabinet shall be fully insulated for improved thermal and acoustic performance.
C. Fans
Exhaust Air Options:
1. VAV Powered Relief Option - Provide factory installed fully modulating exhaust fan with variable frequency drive, including relief damper section with mist eliminator
and building pressurization control. Dampers shall open to relieve positive pressure within the building. Exhaust fan shall be sized for 100% of supply air CFM.
L. VAV Application:
1. Variable air volume control: discharge air step controller, electric control system with dry bulb control, and 7-day programmable time clock.
2. Frequency Drive: Provide factory mounted and wired frequency drive [with bypass] and Nema rated disconnect switch. (Verify VFD can be factory mounted & wired)]
M. Outside Air Options:
1. Enthalpy-Controlled Economizer - Provide dual enthalpy economizer control. Economizer shall operate through room thermostats to automatically use outdoor air for
"free cooling" when outdoor air temperatures and humidity are at acceptable levels. The economizer shall include outside and return air dampers and moisture
eliminators suitable for drawing up to 100 percent outside air. Return and outside air dampers shall operate by a spring return damper motor which assures closing of
outside air dampers during shutdown or power interruption. Provide Powered Relief for Economizer Operation.
N. Filters:
1. Provide air filters to fit in filter box, with a Maximum filter face velocity of 500 fpm, of the following type:
a. Disposable Type: Provide 30% efficient disposable type air filters 2" thick, consisting of viscous coated fibers with filtering media encased in fiberboard cell sides
having perforated metal grids on each side to provide media support.
1.
Fan shall be tangential direct-drive blower type with air intake a t the upper front face of the unit and discharge at the bottom front. Automatic, motor-driven vertical air
sweep shall be provided standard.
2.
Air sweep operation shall be user selectable. Horizontal direction may be manually adjusted (using remote controller) and vertical air sweep may be manually set.
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D. Coil
1.
Coil shall be copper tube with aluminum fins and galvanized steel tube sheets. Fins shall be bonded to the tubes by mechanical expansion. A drip pan under the coil
shall have a drain connection for hose attachment to remove condensate. Condensate pan shall have internal trap and auxiliary drip pan under coil header.
2.
NOTE: The 40QNB009,012 units use capillary tubes in the outdoor unit for refrigerant control, and the 40QNB018,024 units use the AccuRater piston refrigerant
metering device in the indoor unit.
E. Motors
1.
1.
NOT USED.
Provide filters with clean resistance not exceeding 0.10" w.g. at face velocity of 300 fpm, and ASHRAE weight arrestance efficiency of 70-82%, based on final operating
resistance of 0.5" w.g.
O. Controls:
1. BACnet Communication Board - coordinate all controls requirements with CSUSA.
P. Manufacturers:
1. Subject to compliance with requirements, provide rooftop units of one of the following:
a. Aaon
b. Carrier Air Conditioning, Div of Carrier Corp.
c. Lennox
d. Trane (The) Co., Div of American Standard Inc.
e. Johnson Controls
f. McQuay International
PART 3 EXECUTION
2.
3.1
EXAMINATION
INSTALLATION
Provide hard wired wall thermostat secured to wall. (remote control stats are not acceptable).
b.
An automatic restart after power failure at the same operating conditions as at failure.
c.
A timer function to provide a minimum 24-hour timer cycle for system Auto. Start/Stop.
d.
Temperature-sensing controls shall sense return air temperature. Indoor air high discharge temperature shutdown shall be provided.
e.
Indoor coil freeze protection.
f.
Wireless infrared remote control to enter set points and operating conditions.
g.
Auto Stop features shall have integral setback control.
h.
Automatic airsweep control to provide on or off activation of airsweep louvers.
i.
Dehumidification mode shall provide increased latent removal capability by modulating fan speed and set point temperature.
j.
Fan only operation shall provide room air circulation when no cooling is required.
k.
Diagnostics shall provide continuous checks of unit operation and warn of possible malfunctions. Error messages shall be displayed at the unit and at the remote
controller.
l.
Fan speed control shall be user-selectable: high, medium, low or microprocessor automatic operation during all operating modes.
1.
Unit shall have filter track with factory-supplied cleanable filters.
H. Electrical Requirements
1.
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J.
Unit shall operate on 115 volt, 208 volt, or 230 volt, 60 Hz power supply as specified on the equipment schedule. Power and control connections shall have terminal
block connections.
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1.
B.
D. Electrical Wiring: Install electrical devices furnished by manufacturer but not specified to be factory-mounted. Furnish copy of manufacturer's wiring diagram submittal to
a.
G. Filters
A. General: Install rooftop units in accordance with manufacturer's installation instructions. Install units plumb and level, firmly anchored in locations indicated, and maintain
manufacturer's recommended clearances.
C. Support: Install and secure roof curb to roof structure, in accordance with National Roofing Contractor's Association (NRCA) installation recommendations and shop
drawings. Install and secure rooftop units on curbs and coordinate roof penetrations and flashing.
Controls shall consist of a microprocessor-based control system, which shall control space temperature, determine optimum fan speed, and run self diagnostics. The
temperature control range shall be from 64F to 84F. The unit shall have the following functions as a minimum.
m. A time delay shall prevent compressor restart in less than 3 minutes.
A. Examine areas and conditions under which rooftop units are to be installed. Do not proceed with work until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected in manner
acceptable to Installer.
3.2
Motors shall be open drip-proof, permanently lubricated ball bearing with inherent overload protection. Fan motors shall be 3-speed.
F. Controls
The unit shall be matched with an outdoor unit. The combination of the outdoor unit and the indoor fan coil unit shall be sized as scheduled
2.
The system shall have a minimum listed SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio) of 10.0 at ARI conditions.
3.
Outdoor unit shall be rated at low decibels at ARI conditions.
Refrigerant Lines
1.
The 009 and 012 units shall have rotatable refrigerant lines for penetration through the wall using flare connections. All units shall have flare connections and a
90-degree suction elbow shall be provided for rear connection.
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The General Conditions, Supplementary Conditions and Instructions to Bidders
shall apply to and be part of this specification.
Contractor shall comply with all applicable codes, rules and regulations.
Contractor shall obtain and pay for all permits, certificates of inspection and
approvals required.
SCOPE OF WORK
Water Piping Systems
Soil, Waste, and Vent Piping Systems
Plumbing Fixtures
Plumbing Equipment
GENERAL STANDARDS
The applicable provisions of the following standards shall govern:
American Society for Test Materials (ASTM);
American Standards Association (ASA);
Underwriters Laboratories (UL);
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA);
Georgia Building Code.
State Plumbing Code with Georgia Ammendments
The installation of all plumbing work shall conform to the applicable local plumbing
codes and statutes.
EXCAVATION AND BACKFILL
Do all excavation and backfilling. Lay sewer and underground piping lines on 6"
compacted sand. Backfill under building and all drives, roads and walks with
bank-run gravel. Coordinate in field if excavation and backfilling will be required.
WATER PIPING SYSTEMS
Domestic cold-water piping
Domestic hot-water piping
Domestic recirculating water piping
Trap primers for floor drains (provide shut-off valve before each trap primer)
Interior Water Piping:
Tube Size 2" and Smaller: Copper tube.
Wall Thickness: Type L, hard-drawn temper.
Fittings: Wrought-copper, solder-joints.
SOIL, WASTE AND VENT PIPING SYSTEM
Furnish and install a complete soil, waste and vent system for all plumbing fixtures.
Floor Drains
Interior Piping:
All interior Soil, waste and vent shall be Cast iron, service weight ASTM A-74.
No-hub cast iron pipe and fittings may be used above floor for soil, waste, and
vent piping.
Piping alignment shall be as indicated on the drawings using approved Y branches
or eighth bends for direction changes and shall be surely supported or secured to
maintain such alignment.
Pitch of piping shall be uniform at a minimum of 1/8" per foot for building drains and
as indicated on the drawings for sewers.
Protection shall be given all footings, other structural elements during underground
work adjacent to such items. Refer to structural drawings.
Vent all fixtures, connect branch vents to main vent risers at least three feet and six
inches above vented fixtures. Pitch vent lines back to soil or waste pipe, free of
drops and sags.
Cleanouts shall be full size of pipe up to 4", and 4" for larger sizes. For
underground and concealed lines, provide cleanouts in accessible positions at each
right angle turn and at intervals not to exceed fifty feet. In floors, install flush with
finish floor with extension pipe from cleanout "Y".
Water closets.
Lavatories.
Service sinks.
Drinking Fountains.
Countertop Sinks.
Manufacturer: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide plumbing fixtures
and trim of one of the following:
Plumbing Fixtures:
American Standard, U.S. Plumbing Products.
Eljer Plumbingware Div., Engineered Brass Corp.
Kohler Co.
Crane Co.
Zurn Industries, Inc.
Acorn Engineering Co.
Bradley Corp.
Willoughby
Metcraft Inc.
Schier Products
Plumbing Trim:
American Standard, U.S. Plumbing Products.
Chicago Faucet Co.
Eljer Plumbingware Div., Wallace-Murray Corp.
Kohler Co.
Speakman Co.
T & S Brass and Bronze Works, Inc.
McGuire
Zurn Industries, Inc.
Symmons
Geberit Manufacturing, Inc.
Union Brass Manufacturing Company
Delta Commercial Faucets
Moen Commercial Faucets
Flush Valves:
Sloan Valve Co.
Zurn Industries, Inc.
Geberit Manufacturing, Inc.
Delta Commercial Flush Valves
Moen Commercial Flush Valves
Fixture Seats:
Bemis Mfg. Co.
Church
Olsonite Corp., Olsonite Seats.
Centoco
Drinking Fountains:
Oasis
Elkay Mfg. Co.
Halsey Taylor Div., King-Seeley Thermos Co.
Haws Drinking Faucet Co.
Acorn Engineering Co.
Service Sinks:
American Standard, U.S. Plumbing Products.
Eljer Plumbingware Div., Wallace-Murray Corp.
Fiat Products, Unit of Mark Control Corp.
Kohler Co.
Stern-Williams Co., Inc.
Mustee
Zurn Industries, Inc.
Creative Industries
Stainless Steel Sinks:
American Standard, U.S. Plumbing Products
Elkay Manufacturing Co.
Just Manufacturing Co.
Moen, Division of Stanadyne/Western
Bradley Corp.
Acorn Engineering Co.
Amtekco Industries, Inc.
Fixture Carriers:
Josam Mfg. Co.
Smith.
Wade
Zurn Industries, Inc., Hydromechanics Div.
Watts Drainage
PLUMBING EQUIPMENT
Electric water heaters
Circulating pumps
Elevator Pit Sump Pump
Thermostatic Mixing Valve
CLEANOUTS
Josam, Smith, Wade, Zurn Watts, or Mifab
Floor, Zurn Z-1420-2. Wall, Zurn Z-1460-9. Grade, Zurn Z-1455.
EWH1 - ELECTRIC WATER HEATER
FLOOR DRAINS
Josam, Smith, Wade, Zurn, Watts, Mifab, Sioux Chief, or Oatey
Floor drain #1 to be Zurn Z-415 with double drainage flange, weep holes, caulked
outlet, 6" nickle bronze strainer.
All floor drains located in rooms which have tile floors shall have square strainers.
The plumbing contractor shall provide trap primers for all floor drains. Trap primer
shall be equal to Mifab MR-500 trap primer valve.
PIPE LABELING
Provide 4 mil vinyl film pipe markers with permanent self-adhesive with directional
arrow banding tape on all piping. Products shall meet ANSI A 13.1.
Locate labels on all piping and at a minimum of 20 foot intervals, within one foot of
all changes of direction, within one foot of all valves, and within one foot from both
sides of walls and floor penetrations.
WATER
The water heater shall be Dura-Power Model No. DEN-30D as manufactured
by A.O. Smith or an approved equal. Heater shall be rated at 4.0 KW, 480
volts, three phase and listed by Underwriters' Laboratories. Tank shall be 30
gallon capacity. All internal surfaces of the heater exposed to water shall be
glass-lined with an alkaline borosilicate composition that has been fused to
steel by firing at a temperature range of 1600 degrees F. Electric heating
element shall be medium watt density with zinc plated copper sheath.
Element shall be controlled by an individually mounted thermostat and high
temperature cutoff switch. The outer jacket shall be of baked enamel finish
and shall be provided with full size control compartment for performance of
service and maintenance through hinged front panels and shall enclose the
tank with foam insulation. Electrical junction box with heavy duty terminal
block shall be provided The drain valve shall be located in the front for ease
of servicing and shall be piped to the service sink below.
Furnish and install Bell and Gossett Series 100, bronze circulating pump, with
timer kit. Pump shall be set to run only during business hours.
Manufacturers:
Bell and Gossett
Armstrong
Peerless
Grundfos
Taco
Aurora Pump Co.
Paco
ELEVATOR PIT SUMP PUMPS
Manufacturers:
1.
Zoeller
2.
Weil Pumps
3.
Liberty Pumps
4.
Armstrong
5.
Dayton
THERMOSTATIC MIXING VALVES
Thermostatic mixing valves shall be provided for all public hand washing sinks
and lavatories. Mount under sink or lavatory. Set outlet temperature of
thermostatic mixing valve to 110 degrees F.
Point-of use thermostatic mixing valves shall be equal to Powers LM495 and
shall meet the requirements of ASSE 1070. Route tempered water to hot
water side of sink and lavatories.
Manufacturers:
Symmons
Lawler
Leonard
Powers
Bradley
CATHODIC PROTECTION
Provide dielectric insulation at points where copper or brass pipe comes in contact
with ferrous piping, reinforcing steel or other dissimilar metal in structure.
SHOCK ABSORBERS
Remove shock conditions from all piping. Provide and install shock absorbers on all
piping serving flush valve fixtures.
VALVES
Provide stops on domestic water supplies to isolate hot and cold water to each
fixture, including all equipment and equipment provided by others.
PLUMBING INSULATION
thickness insulation.
Insulate domestic hot water and hot water return piping, associated fittings and
Insulate waste piping above ceilings that receive condensate with 1/2" wall
thickness insulation.
Insulate waste piping, supply piping, stops, and valves under handicap accessible
plumbing fixtures.
FLEXIBLE ELASTOMERIC INSULATION
Access shall be provided to all valves.
Ball Valves - 1 Inch and Smaller: 2-piece body, 600 psi CWP, 150 psi SWP,
Cast Bronze body, full port, teflon seats, blowout-proof stem, adjustable
packing gland, chrome plated bronze ball, with screwed ends, and
vinyl-covered steel handle. Provide solder ends. Provide extended valve
stems for valves used on insulated lines. Provide equal to Nibco Series
585-70-NS.
Ball Valves - 1-1/4 Inch to 3 Inch: 3-piece body, 600 psi CWP, 150 psi SWP,
Cast Bronze body, conventional port, teflon seats, blowout-proof stem,
adjustable packing gland, chrome plated bronze ball, screwed ends, and
vinyl-covered steel handle. Provide solder ends. Provide extended valve
stems for valves used on insulated lines. Provide equal to Nibco Series
590-Y.
Balancing Valves for Hot Water Return
1/2" to 2: All dezincification resistant brass construction, straight pattern
globe, non-rising stem, two test ports, memory stop, position display, rated for
240 psi to 250 degrees F. Provide equal to Nibco Circuit Balancing Valve
model T and S1710 (threaded or socket). Valve must be listed for potable
water use by manufacturer. Ball-style balancing valves may be substituted
with Engineer's Approval.
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Closed-cell, sponge- or expanded-rubber materials. Comply with
Manufacturers:
Armstrong Armaflex II
Rubatex R-180-FS
Nomaco K-Flex
Insulation shall be listed and labeled per ASTM E 84 for plenum installations
employing slip on techniques.
KOHRS LONNEMANN HEIL
ENGINEERS, PSC
Joints shall be sealed with Armstrong #520 or Rubatex #373 adhesive or as
required by manufacturer. Pipe insulation exposed outside shall be covered
with a vinyl wrap.
MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
WWW.KLHENGRS.COM
FIBERGLASS INSULATION
Fiberglass piping insulation: ASTM C 547, Class 1
1538 ALEXANDRIA PIKE, STE. 11
FT. THOMAS, KENTUCKY 41075
800-354-9783
859-442-8050
Encase pipe fittings insulation with one-piece premolded PVC fitting covers.
Vapor Barrier Material: Paper-backed aluminum foil, except as otherwise
indicated, strength and permeability rating equivalent to adjoining pipe
insulation jacketing.
Staples, Bands, Wires, and Cement: As recommended by insulation
manufacturer for applications indicated.
Adhesives, Sealers, and Protective Finishes: As recommended by insulation
manufacturer for applications indicated.
Manufacturers:
Armstrong World Industries, Inc.
Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corp.
Keene Corp.
CertainTeed.
Johns Manville.
INSULATION FOR HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE FIXTURES
Fixtures, item or units furnished by the manufacturer with integral stops or stops
specified with the fixture are considered to be properly valved off at the fixtures.
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
All handicap lavatory P-trap and angle stop assemblies shall be insulated with
Trap Wrap Protective Kit manufactured by ProFlo model PF202WH or equal.
Abrasion resistant , anti-microbial vinyl exterior cover shall be smooth. For
traps, the insulation shall have a cleanout nut cap to allow service to the trap
without disassembly. For stops, the insulation shall have a lock lid that
prevents tampering but allows access without removal of the insulation.
Fasteners shall remain substantially out of sight.
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements:
ProFlo
Truebro
Plumberex
INTERRUPTION OF SERVICES
When it is required to interrupt existing services, this contractor shall first notify the
Architect that an interruption is required. It should be noted that facilities must by
kept in operation as much as possible.
This contractor shall advise the Architect of the length of time the service will be
interrupted and shall get permission from the Architect before proceeding with the
work.
WARRANTY
This contractor shall warrant that all work under this section shall be free of
defective work, materials and parts for a period of one year after acceptance of the
work and shall repair, revise, and replace, at no cost to the Owner, any such
defects occurring within the warranty period.
Manufacturers
Nibco
Milwaukee
Watts
Apollo
Kitz Corporation
PIPE JOINTS AND CONNECTION
All cutting and patching of finished construction of building shall be performed by
this contractor under the section of specifications covering these materials.
Any minor adjustment in location of alignment of new work or to connect to existing
utilities shall be performed as directed by the Architect without additional cost to the
Owner.
The contractor shall be responsible for damages to the grounds, walks, road,
building, piping systems, electrical systems, and their equipment and contents,
caused by leaks in the piping systems being installed or having been installed by
him. He shall repair at his expense all damaged so caused. All repair work shall be
done as directed by and in such manner as satisfactory to the Architect.
Owner reserves the right to make emergency repairs as required to keep
equipment in operation without voiding the contractor's guarantee bond nor relieving
the contractor of his responsibilities during the bonding period.
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA
GENERAL
CP1 - CIRCULATING PUMP FOR HOT WATER RETURN
nike retail interiors
PLUMBING FIXTURES
PLUMBING SPECIFICATIONS
OIL
R
OIL SMART ALARM
SYSTEM
SILENCE
TEST
Revisions:
DETAIL C
No.
Date
Description
1
03.15.2013
ADD. 1
2
03.20.13
ADD. 2
SIMPLEX ALARM PANEL
NEMA 4X TO BE INSTALLED
WITHIN 70 FEET OF PUMP
BY E.C.
COVER
SEPARATE CIRCUIT FOR
PUMP RECOMMENDED
FOR ALARM ISOLATION
SECTION B-B
COMPRESSION UNION
CHECK VALVE
HWR
1/2''HWR
3/4"CW
HIGH LEVEL/OIL SENSOR
EXPANSION
TANK
10"
3/4''
CP1
B&G 100
CIRC PUMP
BALANCING
VALVE
3/4"
36"
PUMP ON
PUMP OFF
HEAT TRAP
A.O.SMITH
DEN-30D
4KW
P&T RELIEF PIPE
TO MOP SINK
NON AUTOMATIC PUMP
24"
PERMIT SET
SECTION A-A
DRAIN VALVE
112" DISCHARGE FLANGE
BOLT CIRCLE
6'-8"
MINIMUM
PLUMBING
LEGEND, DETAILS
AND
SPECIFICATIONS
PROVIDE AND INSTALL
WALL BRACKET
ELECTRIC CORD
GROMMET
MOP SINK
1
2"
DIA PERFORATIONS
THROUGHOUT
PLAN
A
ELECTRIC WATER HEATER SHELF-MOUNTED
SCALE: NONE
B
ELEVATOR SUMP DETAIL
SCALE: NONE
Project #
13272
P0.00
Date:
02.22.2013
tva architects inc.
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
CENTER OF
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KOHRS LONNEMANN HEIL
ENGINEERS, PSC
MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
WWW.KLHENGRS.COM
1538 ALEXANDRIA PIKE, STE. 11
FT. THOMAS, KENTUCKY 41075
800-354-9783
859-442-8050
2-OB
DISPLAY
104
STORAGE
105
VESTIBULE
103
STAIR
102
1A
UP
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
2A
A-CBX
B-CBX
nike retail interiors
D-CBX
2.8 OB
E-CBX
3A
F-CBX
3-OB
G-CBX
1/2"HOT AND COLD WATER DOWN.
PROVIDE AND CONNECT 1/2"HOT
AND COLD WATER, 1-1/2"VENT, AND
1-1/2"WASTE TO LAVATORY.
LV1
1/2" HWR
1/2" HW
2" V
2" CW
1/2" HWR
4" S
1-1/2"DISCHARGE FROM
ELEVATOR SUMP PUMP.
ROUTE PIPING DOWN INSIDE
WALL CAVITY AND
DISCHARGE INDIRECTLY TO
FLOOR DRAIN. PROVIDE AIR
GAP. PROVIDE SUMP PUMP
OIL ALARM IN JANITORS
CLOSET.
3/4" CW
2" V
1 1/2" S
1
4" S
REF.
1 1/4" CW
1 1/2" CW
1 1/2" CW
JANITOR
110
ROUTE SUMP PUMP
DISCHARGE LOW IN
SHAFT. COORDINATE
WITH ALL ELEVATOR
EQUIPMENT IN FIELD.
1-1/2"SUMP PUMP
DISCHARGE DOWN.
UNISEX
111
ELEVATOR
106
ESP1
1/2" HW
1/2" CW
WC1
LV1
4A
4" S
2" V
1 1/2" V
1 1/2" S
1 1/2" S
1"COLD WATER DOWN. PROVIDE
AND CONNECT 1"COLD WATER,
2"VENT, AND 4"SANITARY TO
WATER CLOSET.
1 1/2" S
1/2"HOT AND COLD WATER DOWN.
PROVIDE AND CONNECT 1/2"HOT
AND COLD WATER, 1-1/2"VENT, AND
1-1/2"WASTE TO LAVATORY.
C.O.
STOCK
112
Revisions:
3.6 OB
ALL DASHED SANITARY PIPING
SHALL BE BELOW FLOOR.
C.O.
SK1
3/4"COLD WATER AND 1/2"HOT WATER DOWN. PROVIDE
AND CONNECT 1/2"HOT AND COLD WATER, 1-1/2"VENT, AND
1-1/2"WASTE TO BREAK ROOM SINK. EXTEND 1/2"COLD
WATER PIPING TO OFCI WATER COOLER. ROUTE PIPING IN
FURRED OUT WALL. KEEP PIPING OUT OF DEMISING WALL.
3/4" CW
1/2" HW
CP1
1/2" HW
1
2" S
3"FD#1
1/2" HWR
2"COLD WATER AND
2"VENT UP TO FLOOR
ABOVE.
ELEV. LOBBY
107
1 1/2" S
UNISEX
109
4" S
PROVIDE AND CONNECT MS1
3/4"HOT AND COLD WATER
TO WATER HEATER. MOUNT
WATER HEATER A MINIMUM
OF 6'8" ABOVE FINISHED
FLOOR.
EWH1
1/2"HOT AND COLD WATER DOWN.
PROVIDE AND CONNECT 1/2"HOT
AND COLD WATER, 1-1/2"VENT,
AND 3"WASTE TO MOP SINK.
DF1
4" S
STOCK
118
WC1
2" CW
FITTING ROOMS
117
VESTIBULE
108
1 1/2" V
1/2" CW
1/2" HW
1"COLD WATER DOWN. PROVIDE
AND CONNECT 1"COLD WATER,
2"VENT, AND 4"SANITARY TO
WATER CLOSET.
1/2"COLD WATER DOWN. PROVIDE
AND CONNECT 1/2"COLD WATER,
1-1/2"VENT, AND 1-1/2"WASTE TO
ELECTRIC WATER COOLER.
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA
C-CBX
No.
Date
Description
1
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
UP
DN
BREAK ROOM
116
CONNECT NEW 4"SANITARY PIPING TO EXISTING SANITARY STACK AT THIS
LOCATION. VERIFY EXACT SIZE AND LOCATION IN FIELD. CONTRACTOR
SHALL COORDINATE ACCESS TO BASEMENT WITH THE LANDLORD FOR ALL
SANITARY WORK. COORDINATE EXACT ROUTING OF SANITARY PIPING/PIPING
BELOW LEVEL 1 WITH WALL LAYOUT/CEILING LAYOUT BELOW.
5A
4-OB
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EXISTING 4"SANITARY
STACK IN BASEMENT
CEILING. COORDINATE
TIE-IN WITH LANDLORD.
PERMIT SET
LEVEL 01 PLUMBING
PLAN
L-OB
1
LEVEL 01 - PLUMBING PLAN
3/16" = 1'-0"
H-OB
E-OB
B-OB
Project #
13272
P2.01
Date:
02.22.2013
CENTER OF
MALL
M-OB
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GA
FA
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tva architects inc.
DA
920 sw sixth avenue | suite 1500
portland, oregon 97204
phone: 503 220 0668
www.tvaarchitects.com
K
L
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2-OB
1A
KOHRS LONNEMANN HEIL
ENGINEERS, PSC
MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
WWW.KLHENGRS.COM
1538 ALEXANDRIA PIKE, STE. 11
FT. THOMAS, KENTUCKY 41075
800-354-9783
859-442-8050
DN
2A
A-CBX
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
B-CBX
C-CBX
D-CBX
2.8 OB
E-CBX
3A
F-CBX
nike retail interiors
2"COLD WATER AND 2"VENT
DOWN TO FLOOR BELOW.
ELEVATOR
202
1
4A
TELE/DATA
210
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA
3-OB
G-CBX
2" CW
2" V
3.6 OB
STAIR
203
Revisions:
No.
Date
Description
1
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
2" V
2" CW
DN
5A
4-OB
CONNECT NEW 2"VENT PIPING
TO EXISTING VENT THROUGH
ROOF. COORDINATE EXACT
SIZE AND LOCATION IN FIELD.
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OFFICE
206
OFFICE
205
CONNECT NEW 2" COLD
WATER PIPING TO EXISTING 21/2"DOMESTIC COLD WATER
PIPING. VERIFY EXACT SIZE
AND LOCATION IN FIELD.
PERMIT SET
LEVEL 02 PLUMBING
PLAN
Project #
13272
6A
P2.02
L-OB
1
LEVEL 02 - PLUMBING PLAN
3/16" = 1'-0"
H-OB
E-OB
B-OB
Date:
02.22.2013
15402 - FIRE PROTECTION DESIGN CRITERIA
A. GENERAL
1. Sprinkler head arrangement shall be in conjunction with architectural finishes and
provide allowance for partitions, columns, light fixtures, air diffusers, etc.
SECTION 15400 - FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS
2. Sprinkler Shop Drawings shall not be considered final until all requirements of
GRC, SPG, and all Local and State Building Codes having authority have been
met, and the approval of each has been tendered.
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15401 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
A GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
1. Simon Property Group requires all tenants to use simplex Grinnell for all
sprinkler work. At time of bidding, tenant or tenant general contractor shall
contact Simplex Grinnell's National Accounts Representative to obtain direction
for pricing and scheduling at 800-299-4377 Option #1, ext. 8488
2. Regional plan submissions for Simon Tenant Improvement Projects shall be
made to the following Global Risk Consultants (GRC) offices:
States: CT, DE,MA,MD,ME,NH,NJ,NY,PA,RI,VT
Attn: Peter Rullo / Simon Tenant Plan Review
Global Risk Consultants
100 Walnut Avenue, 5th Floor
Clark, NJ 07066
(732) 827-4454
peter.rullo@globalriskconsultants.com
States:AR,CO,KS,LA,MO,NE,NM,OK,TX,Puerto
Rico,IA,IL,IN,MI,MN,ND,OH,SD,WI,Canada
Attn: Michelle Czarnecki / Simon Tenant Plan Review
Global Risk Consultants
6122 King's Way
Saugatuck, MI 49453
(269) 857-8198
michelle.czarnecki@globalriskconsultants.com
States: AL,DC,FL,GA,KY,MS,NC,OR, SC, TN,VA
Attn: Lori Meyer / Simon Tenant Plan Review
Global Risk Consultants
1003 Regency Manor Drive
Ballwin, MO 63011
(636) 891-9052
lori.Meyer@globalriskconsultants.com
States: AK,AZ,CA,HI,ID,MT,NV,UT,WA,WY
Attn: John Boureston / Simon Tenant Plan Review
Global Risk Consultants
56 Companion Way
Pacific Grove, CA 93950
(831)324-4401
john.boureston@globalriskconsultants.com
3. The sprinkler system shall be a wet pipe system serving all areas of the retail
space. Portions of the space that are unheated or exposed to freezing temperatures
shall be provided with an automatic dry pipe type system complying with FM
Global engineering guidelines and NFPA-13.
4. Piping shall be fastened to the structural system of the building and concealed in
areas having a suspended ceiling. Install and/or upgrade seismic sway bracing on
existing systems where required for earthquake zones per local codes and FM
Global engineering guidelines. Seismic bracing for fire systems must be designed
and installed following FM Global Data Sheet 2-0.
5. Drain piping is required at low points of piping systems. Drain down locations
shall be extended to locations that are accessible.
B. FIRE PROTECTION FOR EXISTING TENANT SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
1. Whenever an existing sprinkler system is being renovated, the integrity and
reliability of the existing system must be maintained. Original sprinkler shop
drawings shall be acquired through the Mall Manager/Project Manager. If these
drawings are not available, field verification will be required. If the sprinkler
contractor discovers a discrepancy from the original sprinkler shop drawings and
actual field conditions, he shall note the discrepancy on his renovated shop
drawings.
2. The hydraulic design criteria as a minimum shall match the hydraulic criteria
originally intended for the facility. At no time shall the hydraulic criteria be less
than Ordinary Hazard Group 2 occupancy as defined by NFPA-13. The latest site
water flow data to be used for hydraulic calculations shall be obtained from
Global Risk Consultants or Mall Management.
3. Existing pipe schedule sprinkler systems are required to be calculated at the FM
Global density of 0.15 gpm per sq. ft. over the most hydraulically remote 2500 sq.
ft.
4. FM Approved materials for Ordinary Hazard Group 2 occupancy must be used,
including but not limited to sprinkler piping, hangers, sprinkler heads, etc.
Seismic bracing may be UL Listed.
5. Sprinkler head spacing requirements for Ordinary Hazard Group 2 occupancy
shall be in strict compliance with the sprinkler head listings and approval.
6. NFPA-13 and FM Global Data Sheets 2-0 latest editions shall be the minimum
design requirements along with any state and local requirements.
7. A minimum of (4) sets of shop drawings along with hydraulic calculations shall
be submitted to Global Risk Consultants for approval.Hydraulic calculations
shall be submitted for all tenant sprinkler system work regardless of the scope
. Plans shall be submitted to the local authorities having
of work involved
jurisdiction for approval. Installation/renovation of sprinkler system shall not
begin until all approvals have been received.
8. 4 sets of material brochures shall also be submitted to GRC for review. Brochures
shall include new sprinklers heads, pipe, flexible drops,valves etc. Plans shall
indicate the type of piping being utilized with the gauge indicated.
9. Occupancy detail must be submitted and shall include, but not be limited to,
stored material classification per NFPA 13, storage height, storage arrangement
(shelves, racks, mobile storage units), processes present, etc.
SPRINKLER LEGEND
SYMBOL
2. Existing sprinkler systems shall be shut down and "red" tagged in strict accordance
with Simon Property Group Impairment Procedures. Under no circumstances should
a sprinkler system be left out of operation overnight without an appropriate "fire
watch" in place.
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3. Minimum and maximum sprinkler head operating pressures shall be consistent
with their UL Listing/FM Approval.
3. All fire protection systems shall be tested as required by local authorities and Global
Risk Consultants before any systems are concealed.
4. Design calculations for inside pipe should use C=100 for dry and pre-action
systems, and C=120 for wet or deluge systems.
4. Contractor shall conduct hydrostatic tests in compliance with FM Global Data Sheet
2-0 and NFPA-13 (two hours at 200 psi or 50 psi over normal system pressure
minimum). Piping subject to freezing during test period shall be tested with
compressed air.
5. Minimum and maximum sprinkler spacing shall be in accordance with their UL
Listing/FM Approval.
6. FM Global required minimum density for Sales/Retail/Storage spaces will be
0.15 gpm per sq. ft. over the most hydraulically remote 2500 sq. ft., using ½" or
17/32" orifice, 165 degree F. rated heads. If the local AHJ requires an NFPA-13
design density, 0.18 gpm per sq.ft. over the most hydraulically remote 2500 sq. ft.
shall be used unless specific approval is given otherwise for special occupancies.
The most remote area should have the dimensions parallel to the branch line of at
least 1.4 times the square-root of the area per FM Global Data Sheet 2-0.
Quick-response (QR) sprinklers do not qualify for a design area reduction per FM
Global Data Sheet 3-26. The density design should conform to the most stringent
of either FM Global Data Sheet 3-26 or NFPA-13, Ordinary Group 2 occupancy.
NEW CONCEALED WHITE PLATE SPRINKLER HEAD
tva architects inc.
NEW BRASS UPRIGHT SPRINKLER HEAD
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GENERAL FIRE PROTECTION NOTES
5. Certificates of approval of installation shall be obtained from the Authority having
Jurisdiction and forwarded to SPG.
A. RENOVATED AREAS SHALL BE 100% SPRINKLERED.
B. COORDINATE CLOSELY WITH OTHER TRADES. REFER TO
ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS FOR CEILING TYPES.
C. ALL SPRINKLER WORK SHALL BE INSTALLED PER NFPA 13,
AND BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS.
D. MAKE PROVISIONS FOR DRAINING AND PROVIDE INSPECTOR
TESTS AS REQUIRED. ALL DRAIN PIPING SHALL BE PIPED TO
OUTSIDE OR INDIRECTLY TO SINK OR FLOOR DRAIN.
E. ALL REQUIRED OFFSETS IN PIPING ARE NOT SHOWN.
CONTRACTORR IS TO COORDINATE EXACT LOCATION OF
PIPING AND HEADS WITH REFLECTED CEILING PLANS,
MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, AND STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS.
F. ALL PIPE AND FITTINGS SHALL MATCH LOCAL FIRE
DEPARTMENT THREADS.
G. ALL SPRINKLER HEADS SHALL BE LOCATED IN CENTER OF
CEILING TILE IN AT LEAST ONE DIRECTION.
H. SPRINKLER CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL
CUTTING AND PATCHING FOR SPRINKLER WORK IN ALL
AREAS OF BUILDING. REFER TO SPECIFICATIONS.
I. WHEN MODIFYING EXISTING SPRINKLER SYSTEMS,
SPRINKLER CONTRACTOR SHALL MAINTAIN THE INTEGRITY
OF THE EXISTING SPRINKLER ZONES. COORDINATE WITH
NEW FIRE RATING PLANS IF APPLICABLE.
J. FIRE PROTECTION CONTRACTOR IS REQUIRED TO
RAISE/REWORK ALL EXISTING PIPING AS REQUIRED TO
ACCOMMODATE NEW CEILINGS AND HIGHER CEILING
HEIGHTS AS APPLICABLE.
K. PIPING TO BE HELD AS TIGHT TO STRUCTURE AS POSSIBLE
IN EXPOSED AREAS.
L. SPRINKLER SYSTEM MUST BE FULLY CHARGED AND
OPERATIONAL WHENEVER CONTRACTOR IS NOT ON SITE.
6. After tests are conducted and any repairs completed; completely flush the piping
systems with water until discharge shows no discoloration. Upon return to service, a
main drain test shall be conducted to verify the control valve is fully open.
7. Stockroom/storage areas over 200 sq. ft. must be protected for the maximum
storage height and configuration (bin-box/gondola/shelf or rack) per FM Global
Data Sheet 8-9. When storage exceeds 10 feet in height, the Regional GRC plan
reviewer shall be consulted for appropriate design densities. Classify the
commodities in tenant spaces as "Cartoned Expanded & Unexpanded Plastics" for
sprinkler design purposes. Sprinkler head spacing shall not exceed 100 sq. ft. in
storage areas unless approved for extended coverage (i.e., EC-25).
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8. Big Box Stores require unique sprinkler system designs to meet the requirements
of FM Global Data Sheet 8-9 and NFPA-13, Chapter 12. Contact Bill Cary with
Global Risk Consultants for specific design requirements based upon the
proposed display / storage configuration and roof deck height.
MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
WWW.KLHENGRS.COM
1538 ALEXANDRIA PIKE, STE. 11
FT. THOMAS, KENTUCKY 41075
800-354-9783
859-442-8050
ISSUED FOR
CONSTRUCTION
B. Tenant Display Fixtures, Rack/Shelving/Storage Unit Requirements
1. Tenant display fixtures in the retail space and rack/shelving/storage units in the stockroom
must be designed to provide adequate clearance for the automatic (fire) sprinkler system.
No displays or storage should exceed 12 ft. and ceilings must be installed to provide at least
18 in. of clearance between the top of storage and sprinkler deflectors.
2. Tenant displays or storage higher than 12 ft. are classified as "high piled
storage", which requires high hazard automatic (fire) sprinkler protection
designed per FM Global Loss Prevention Data Sheet 8-9 and
NFPA-13-Chapter 12 for the storage of "Group A Plastic" commodities. High
piled storage also requires at least 36 in. of clearance between the top of
storage and sprinkler deflectors.
3. Tenant mobile (compact) storage systems should be constructed of wire mesh
shelves. However, if constructed with solid shelves (steel, wood), the units
must be equipped with 3 in. spacers to provide flue spaces at 4 ft. to 5 ft.
maximum intervals.
PIPE TO NEW SPRINKLER
LOCATION
NEW 90
NEW 90
NEW
DROP
NEW RISE FROM
OUTLET
4. Tenants Architect/General Contractor must provide the following information
to the Sprinkler Contractor regarding stock/storage area:
NEW RC
Type of storage units (Details of storage unit)
Type of shelving (wire mesh, solid, steel, wood, etc.)
Type of commodities (plastics, aerosol's, clothing, etc.)
Elevation of highest shelf
5. Tenant shall be solely responsible for the display, installation and use of any
display or storage system within the Premises in compliance with applicable
fire codes and the requirements of any insurance rating bureaus. If
anything done, omitted to be done or suffered to be done by Tenant in, upon
or about the Premises in regard to such display or storage systems shall
result in a fire code violation and Tenant fails to take corrective action
and/or pay the associated fine, regardless of whether assessed against
Tenant or Landlord, within the prescribed time period, then Tenant shall
be liable for all costs and expenses resulting from such violation and
Landlord shall have the right to correct any such condition at Tenant's
expense.
NEW CEILING
NEW CONCEALED
PENDENT SPRINKLER
ARMOVER DETAIL - CONCEALED PLATE
211313.00-04
SCALE: NONE
15403 - SPRINKLER EQUIPMENT
A. GENERAL
1. Only sprinkler equipment bearing the FM Global Approval mark shall be
installed. Provide equipment as manufactured by: Automatic Sprinkler, Tyco,
Reliable, Viking Gem or equal.
B. SPRINKLER HEADS
1. Sprinkler heads shall be glass bulb type of a configuration as required for each
particular location. All heads on concealed piping shall be chrome plated with
chrome plated escutcheon plates. Operating temperature shall be as required for
the type of occupancy.
2. Sprinkler heads in janitor's closets, mechanical rooms, electrical rooms and those
mounted less than 8 feet above finished floor shall be protected with a wire cage
type guard.
Revisions:
NEW UPRIGHT
SPRINKLER
NEW 1" SPRIG
NEW 1 x
1/ "
2
No.
Date
Description
1
03.20.2013
ADD. 2
RC
C. SPRINKLER PIPING
1. Aboveground piping shall be FM Approved Schedule 10 or 40 black steel.
Schedule 10 piping shall be joined with FM Approved roll-grooved fittings, not
threaded or plain-end. Fittings shall be cast iron or steel approved for a minimum
of 175 psi working pressure. Dry systems shall have FM Approved galvanized
piping and fittings for corrosion resistance.
2. Threadable "lightwall" (XL) and "thinwall" pipe may not be utilized under any
circumstances.
3. Hangers shall be FM Approved, and adaptable to various types of construction.
Hangers shall be supported from building structure and structural steel headers
shall be installed for supporting crossmain hangers where main is not directly
below structural member. Roof deck hangers are prohibited. All hangers shall
comply with FM Global engineering guidelines.
NEW 1" TEE
BRANCHLINE OR MAIN
PERMIT SET
4. Wall plates shall be provided on exposed piping where pipe passes through walls,
partitions, ceilings, etc. and secured by setscrews.
D. VALVES
1. All valves and fittings shall be FM Approved and rated 175 lb. minimum.
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KOHRS LONNEMANN HEIL
ENGINEERS, PSC
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA
SECTION DESCRIPTION
15401 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
15402 FIRE PROTECTION DESIGN CRITERIA
15403 SPRINKLER EQUIPMENT
15404 SYSTEM ACTIVATION, TESTING AND CERTIFICATION
15404 - SYSTEM ACTIVATION, TESTING AND CERTIFICATION
1. Sprinkler contractor shall install and activate the entire sprinkler system prior to the
Certificate of Occupancy.
nike retail interiors
SECTION 15400 -TENANT FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS
UPRIGHT SPRINKLER DETAIL
211313.00-02
SCALE: NONE
FIRE
PROTECTION
LEGEND,NOTES,
DETAILS, AND
SPECIFICATIONS
Project #
13272
F0.00
Date:
02.22.2013
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