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ATTACHMENT "D"
PROJECT AUDIO VISUAL SPECIFICATIONS
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Montclair, New Jersey
SECTION 11590 - AUDIO-VISUAL SYSTEM
PART 1 – GENERAL
1.01
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
1.02
Work of this Section, as shown or specified shall be in accordance with the requirements
of the Contract Documents for the Audio-Visual systems specified herein.
WORK Included
A.
Audio-Visual Systems include systems located where indicated on the drawings:
1.
Video and data projection/display.
2.
Remote control systems.
3.
Audio and video switching and distribution systems.
4.
Audio and video recording systems.
5.
Simultaneous interpretation systems.
6.
Custom receptacle plates.
7.
Videoconferencing systems.
8.
Satellite antennas.
9.
Providing and installing cable.
10.
Installation and warrantee of systems.
11.
Owner Training.
12.
See Part II for a complete description of functional requirements.
B.
Provide installation of all Audio-Visual Systems, equipment and assemblies specified
herein including termination of all cable, provided by this Contractor or supplied as
specified herein and on the AV System contract drawings, for a complete and fully
functioning system. Minor items not specifically mentioned in the specification, but
necessary for fully functioning systems, shall be included without claim for additional
payment.
C.
Verify dimensions and conditions at the job site. Absolutely everything is to be located
per the locations confirmed by the architect prior to installation.
D.
Submit shop drawings and samples for review prior to fabrication.
E.
Fabricate and assemble audio-visual systems in accordance with these specifications,
equipment manufacturer's recommendations and all applicable code requirements.
F.
Coordinate work with other trades of adjoining and related work. Review shop drawings
of video lift, projection screen, millwork, etc. for coordination of equipment installation,
clearances, ventilation, etc.
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H.
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Inspect, align and final adjust completed installation. Demonstrate the operation of the
completed, audio-visual installation for acceptance by Consultant and Owner. Submit
final documentation as described herein.
Provide instruction to operating personnel as described in Part 3.
RELATED WORK
A.
Audio-Visual Infrastructure – floor boxes, back boxes and conduit stub-ups with drag
lines are provided by the electrical contractor.
B.
Projection Screens are provided by the general contractor.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
The system shall be comprised of components that are of professional quality. Approved
manufacturers shall be as specified herein.
B.
AV Contractor shall be an authorized representative of the manufacturer of the specified
audio-visual equipment unless specifically exempted from this requirement by the Owner
or Consultant.
C.
AV Contractor shall have successfully provided installation and engineering services over
completed installations for a period of five years or more and shall have completed at
least five major system installations of this type. The Owner and the Consultant shall be
the final judge of suitability of experience.
D.
AV Contractor must specify number of years programming Crestron (or if a Crestron
Authorized Independent Programmer is used, specify who and their experience.
E.
AV Contractor shall have CTS-D on staff and must have DMC-E at the time of bidding.
DEFINITION OF TERMS
A.
The term “Contractor” or “Audio-Visual Contractor” (AVC) as used herein refers to the
party responsible for providing all services and system integration covered herein and on
related drawings.
B.
The term Consultant shall refer to Harvey Marshall Berling Associates who is responsible
for the design of the system.
C.
The term “General Contractor” shall refer to party responsible for managing and installing
the general construction of the project.
D.
The term “Electrical Contractor” shall refer to the party responsible for the installation of
conduit and 120V devices.
E.
The term “provide” shall mean supply and install.
F.
The term “Owner Furnished Equipment Contractor Installed” shall refer to equipment
supplied by the Owner to this contractor for installation.
G.
Technical terms particular to special systems and related work shall be construed in the
following manner, in accordance with:
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Captions on related drawings.
2.
Generally recognized audio-visual technology usage.
3.
Relevant usage and definitions of handbooks, guidebooks or trade group
recommendations by manufacturers' associations or professional and
engineering societies such as ICIA, UL, ICIA, SMPTE, and NEMA.
INDUSTRY STANDARDS
A.
1.07
1.
Regulatory Agencies: Work shall be carried out in conformance with the requirements of
the Owner, applicable Building and Electrical Codes, OSHA, Underwriter's Laboratories,
National Association of Sound Contractors, Electronic Industries Association and the
National Fire Protection Association.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Shop Drawings:
1.
Provide six copies of the shop drawings for review by the Owner, Architect and
Consultant. The following scaled drawings shall be provided for review prior to
fabrication:
a.
Wiring and interconnection diagrams of system components including
notation of type and manufacturer of all items of equipment. Include
cable types and quantities (using the contract drawings as a basis),
connector types, cable numbering scheme, etc. (scale as required). Any
discrepancies between the contract drawings and the system
requirements shall be brought immediately to the attention of the
Consultant.
b.
Point to point riser diagram for all devices indicating cable type and
quantity.
c.
Manufacturer’s cut sheets of major dimensions, specifications and
finishes of all equipment and accessories shall be provided in a binder.
The binder shall include a detailed list of part numbers and quantities of
each item to be provided.
d.
Suspension and attachment arrangement for all equipment including but
not limited to video projectors, video cameras, video monitors, roof top
satellite antennas, loudspeakers, etc.
e.
Receptacle plate details.
f.
Anticipate an initial (4) four hour meeting with Owner and programmer to
facilitate development of touch screen graphics. After this meeting,
provide for Owner review, a operating touchscreen panel with requested
functionality. Anticipate additional comments will be provided after initial
review.
g.
Rack elevations.
h.
Millwork drawings of the customized lectern.
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B.
2.
All shop drawings shall be CAD generated. Disk(s) with as-built drawing files
shall included in the final system documentation material turned over to the
Owner including source code of remote control system programming.
3.
A 3" x 4" space shall be reserved in the lower right corner of each drawing for the
Consultant's review stamp.
4.
Drawings used in the fabrication and installation of the systems specified herein
shall bear the Consultant's stamp.
5.
Review of shop drawings shall not be considered as a guarantee of
measurements of site conditions. Where drawings are indicated as having been
reviewed, said review does not mean that drawings have been checked in detail,
and said review does not in any way relieve this Contractor from his
responsibility or necessity of furnishing material or performing work as required
by the Contract Specifications.
Samples
1.
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Sample of proposed instruction page for non-technical description of
functional capabilities of the system for each room type. Final copy will
be laminated and provided at each lectern.
The Contractor shall submit the following samples for review along with the
submission of the shop drawings. Shop drawings will not be reviewed until
receipt of required samples. Samples are returnable at the Contractor's request,
following review. All Shipping costs shall be prepaid.
a.
Provide a sample faceplate showing details of finishing, engraving and
receptacle mounting.
b.
Provide a touch screen panel programmed with the proposed content for
the functional requirements described herein for review by the
Consultant and Owner.
c.
Full size plywood mock-up of lectern and finish samples shall be
delivered to the site for inspection by the Owner and design team. Mockup sample will be provided with cutouts as required for top mounted AV
components such as the microphone, control panels, receptacles,
drawers, shelves, etc.
Final Submittals
1.
Within thirty days of the Acceptance Tests, this Contractor shall furnish the
following:
a.
Two copies of the as-built shop drawings shall be turned over the Owner.
One copy shall be sent to the Consultant. Functional diagrams of the
audio, video and control systems for each space shall be reduced and
laminated for turn-over to Owner.
b.
Four copies of a complete instruction, operation and maintenance book,
including all block and schematic diagrams, wiring diagrams and
technical manuals of system components are required. Books shall be
turned over to the Owner. The instruction book shall also include a
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written description of system operation procedures to supplement
training activities. The system description shall include pictorial views of
operator adjustable settings with normal settings indicated for future
restorations of system setting. Include digital version also.
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c.
Four copies of CD disks with as-built shop drawing files (in AutoCAD
V2009 or higher and pdf formatted for 11x17 and full size), word doc of
each room’s “cheat sheets”, and remote control system source code file.
Three copies to be turned over to the Owner, one disk shall be sent to
the Consultant.
d.
Provide a laminated 8.5” x 11” “cheat sheet” instruction page for nontechnical staff describing basic functionality of AV system for each room
or area. Turnover “cheat sheets” to Owner. Include digital version also.
DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
A.
The equipment to be furnished hereunder shall be delivered to the building upon receipt
of written notice from the Construction Manager and/or Owner that secure storage
facilities are available.
B.
Liaison shall be made between this Contractor and the authorized personnel at the
project site for safe storage of components being shipped. The requirements for safe
handling and storage of these components shall be coordinated between these two
parties.
C.
Fabricated and assembled equipment shall be wrapped and sealed in polyethylene and
substantially boxed for shipment. Standard components shall be shipped in
manufacturer's original packing. Boxes shall clearly indicate equipment contained,
"front", "top", "fragile", nature of components and site location.
SUBSTITUTE EQUIPMENT
A.
Bids must be based upon specified or approved alternate equipment. Proposed
substitutions, with difference in price, are to be listed in an alternate location in the bid
response. They will be considered after the award of contract, and will not be considered
in selecting the lowest qualified, responsible bid.
B.
Substitute equipment is that which may or may not have been reviewed for inclusion in
the system design, or which may have become available following issuance of the
Contract Documents.
C.
This Contractor shall have the burden of proving at his own cost and expense to the
satisfaction of the Owner and Consultant that the proposed product is equal to the named
product.
D.
The Contractor shall ship, prepaid by UPS (or other carrier as agreeable by the
Consultant) the substitution with all shipping costs paid by the Contractor.
1.
Where optional materials or methods are specified and/or approved, this
Contractor shall make all adjustments to contingent work necessary to
accommodate the option he selects.
2.
The unit costs of the substitution shall be included with the bid submittal as an
add/deduct from the base work bid.
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New Products:
1.
Minimum performance requirements for individual components specified herein
shall be as detailed in the latest published Manufacturers data sheets.
2.
In the event that one or more of the products specified herein is unavailable, this
Contractor shall make recommendations to the Consultant as to what
substitutions are available to meet the intent of the Specification. The Consultant
shall then determine what product, either from the Contractors'
recommendations, or from the Consultant's own research, may be substituted.
3.
The Consultant reserves the right to substitute a new product that may have
become available following the issuance of the Contract Documents. Such
substitutions shall be made prior to final review of the equipment list.
4.
A change order resulting from such substitutions shall not result in an increase to
the project cost in excess of the difference between the list price of the specified
product and the list price of the substitute product.
OWNER FURNISHED CONTRACTOR INSTALLED EQUIPMENT
A.
The Owner will be furnishing selected equipment for installation by this Contractor. Bids.
Owner Furnished Contractor Installed Equipment will be shipped to the contractor’s shop
for testing, configuration and incorporation into the work.
B.
The Owner reserves the right to make alternate selections of Owner Furnished
Contractor Installed equipment listed in this specification based on availability and
functionality without additional charge from the Contractor as long as no additional work
related to wiring, setup and operation are incurred.
C.
Owner furnished equipment will be made available to AVC at the current location in
Dickson Hall. This includes existing satellite antenna’s.
GUARANTEE AND SERVICE
A.
Contractor shall warrant systems and equipment to be free of defective components,
faulty workmanship or improper adjustment for a period of one year from the date of Final
Acceptance by the Owner and Consultant. Paint, exterior finishes, lamps and fuses are
excluded.
B.
Warranties on manufactured equipment shall be designated to the Owner on the date of
Final System Acceptance. See Part 3 for more information regarding Final System
Acceptance.
C.
This Contractor shall provide at his expense maintenance service for a period of one
year after final acceptance of the installation. The service shall consist of at least six
visits to the site at regular intervals over the course of the maintenance period for
checking and adjusting of equipment. Contractor shall submit signed copies of his
service visits, including the date, tasks accomplished and names of Owner’s personnel in
attendance.
D.
This Contractor shall be required to answer all service calls within twenty-four hours of a
request being made.
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Provide as an Add Alternate, extended warranty period for (5) five years beyond initial
year.
PUBLICATION
A.
Written approval from the Owner shall be obtained prior to the release of any information
concerning this Project.
PART 2 – PRODUCTS
2.01
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
A.
B.
2.02
Audio System:
1.
Certain overall performance requirements of the audio system shall be checked
by measurement. Each system as designed meets the following requirements
based upon available data and the manufacturer's published specifications. The
Contractor shall be responsible for use of the equipment specified in the manner
specified, and each component's conformance with its manufacturer's
specifications.
2.
Residual noise and hum shall be below the masking noise levels produced by
the air conditioning system, for an overall signal-to-noise ratio of 60 dB for the
entire system.
Video System:
1.
Performance of the video system shall be free of distortion due to grounding,
signal loss from cable attenuation or any other cause.
2.
Video monitors and projectors shall be calibrated for optimal color rendition and
performance.
SYSTEM EQUIPMENT
A.
B.
Microphone System and Accessories:
1.
Ceiling microphones shall be mounted in acoustical ceiling tiles. Provide cutout
of tile and support microphones properly for seamless fit and pleasing
appearance.
2.
Each microphone shall be supplied with mount/holders and accessories as
furnished by the microphone manufacturer. Supply additional accessories to
facility mounting conditions.
Rack-Mounted Equipment
1.
Permanent rack shall be constructed of 16 gauge steel with square front vertical
corners. Panel mounting channels shall be provided with holes on E.I.A. spacing.
Dimensions shall be approximately 22" wide by 18" deep by the height
necessary to accommodate the specified equipment or as shown on the
drawings. Unused panel space shall be filled with blank solid panels or
ventilating panels.
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2.
3.
C.
D.
F.
H.
Provide all rack accessories indicated on the drawings.
Loudspeakers and Associated Equipment
1.
All loudspeakers shall be phased together.
2.
Verify impedance of ceiling loudspeakers prior to connecting amplifier.
3.
Ceiling Loudspeakers shall be tapped at approximately 7.5 watts.
Video Cameras
1.
Video cameras shall be supplied with required mounting accessories. Provide
adapters as required for camera receptacles to mate with signal and control
cable.
2.
PTZ cameras for shall be provided with low voltage power supply from AV rack.
Video Projectors
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Racks shall attach to system junction boxes via flexible “Sealtight” conduit or
flexible nylon sleeve as manufactured by Techflex Inc.
Video projectors shall be provided with mounting hardware to facilitate proper
mounting conditions.
Audio Visual Cable
1.
This Contractor shall provide all cable required for complete and functioning
systems. As cable will be run above accessible ceilings, all cable to be plenum
rated.
2.
All portable cable, connectors and required adapters that connect fixed
receptacle panels to loose or fixed equipment will be furnished by this
Contractor.
3.
Provide permanent cable identification tags for all cable.
4.
Cable management system required
Remote Control System
1.
The Contractor will provide all required programming of the remote control
system to achieve the functional and aesthetic requirements described herein.
2.
A meeting between the programmer, Owner and consultant shall be arranged to
discuss the programming requirements in detail prior to development of the
screen graphics. After this meeting, AVC will provide an actual operating
touchscreen of each size and functionally described herein for review. After
further comments are prepared, make changes in remote control functionality
until approval is achieved.
3.
The Contractor will provide at no cost changes to the touch screen control panel
layouts requested during the check-out and testing period.
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Source code file shall be turned over to the Owner as part of the final Submittals.
5.
See functional requirements for each room.
GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Language Testing Center- Room #135
A.
There will be (22) twenty two computer workstations. Each workstation will provided with
a headset-mic unit as specified herein.
B.
A dedicated computer (owner furnished), document camera and aux input panel at the
rack will be sources for routing to the video projector. The touchscreen docking station
will be mounted on top of the AV rack.
C.
The room will be provided with a ceiling video projector and associated motorized
projection screen. Program audio will be provided with left/right loudspeakers mounted
on each side of the projection screen.
D.
AV Equipment
1.
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16:10 video projector with sources from:
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Multi-region VCR (Owner Furnished)
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DVD Player
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Computer (Owner Furnished)
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Laptop input
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Document camera
2.
Left/Right wall mounted loudspeakers for program audio playback from all video
sources and cassette/CD player/recorder.
3.
Headset w/integrated microphone for use during entrance/exit testing at
computer work stations.
4.
At each of two entrance doors there will be a room scheduler monitor. Network
cable for room scheduler by others.
5.
Touch screen remote control shall have the following functions:
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Video projector on/off/mute (screen will raise and lower accordingly)
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Video projector source select
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Transport control for DVD, VCR, Audio Cassette/CD
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Program volume up/down/mute
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Lighting level settings
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Shades up/down
GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – 40 Seat General Purpose Classroom-Room #125
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The instructor's station will be located over a floor box. In the floor box there will be a
receptacle plates for the instructor's computer along with connectivity for a laptop, wired
touchscreen and document camera.
B.
Due to the table configuration anticipated, three video projectors and associated
motorized projection screens will be required in order to provide each seat with a view of
the instructor's laptop display without having to turn around. Program audio will be
provided with ceiling loudspeakers evenly distributed throughout the room for a summed
mono audio playback.
C.
AV Equipment
1.
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(3) 16:10 Video Projectors with sources from:
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Multi-region VCR (Owner Furnished)
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DVD Player
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Computer
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Laptop input
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Document Camera
2.
Floor box receptacles.
3.
Matrix switcher to feed a single input to one, two or all three video projectors.
The switcher will also permit each video projector to display a source individually.
4.
Document camera available for use at instructor’s station.
5.
Control System with touch screen for the following functions:
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On/off/mute control of each of three video projectors
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Source select for each video projector
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Transport control for DVD, VCR, Audio Cassette/CD
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Program volume up/down/mute
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Light level settings
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Shades up/down
GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – TRANSLATION LAB ROOM #119
A.
In the main open area of the room there will be (24) computer workstations for use by
students. There will also be an instructor’s workstation and associated floorbox. Each
workstation will be equipped with a headset and microphone for students to record to the
computer hardware. At the instructor's workstation there will be a dedicated computer,
keyboard and mouse.
B.
Available at the instructor's station will be receptacles in the floor box for a portable
document camera, aux video and associated audio and a remote control touch screen
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panel. The floor box at the instructor's position will route the output of instructor's
computer to the video projector via a switcher in the AV rack.
C.
The room will be equipped with a ceiling video projector and motorized projection screen.
Dual video projectors will be used for distance learning and multi-image presentations.
Program audio will be provided with left/right loudspeakers wall mounted on each side of
the projection screen.
D.
This space will be capable of distance learning activities and recording of classroom
activities for playback via local computer workstations and web streaming servers. Video
capture will be accomplished with a pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) video camera mounted adjacent
to the projection screen for capturing persons at the workstations and a front facing PTZ
camera will capture the front of the room.
E.
Microphones located in the ceiling will be used for capturing persons at the workstations
and a wireless lavalier mic will be available for use by instructor to enable them to be
move about the room. A front facing LCD monitor mounted opposite the projection
screen will enable the instructor to see the remote site without having to turn around.
F.
Capture of annotations made on the fixed white board during classes is needed.
G.
Four prefabricated isolation booths will used for simultaneous translation and will require
(2) a simultaneous translation consoles. Audio feeds from various sources will be
available in each of the booths. Audio and video recording of the person's activities in
these booths will be required. A video and monitor is needed for the person to see and
hear the person whose language is being interpreted. The person who is being
translated by the operator may be sitting at one of the workstations, at another isolation
booth, or in room #104.
F.
AV Equipment
1.
(2) 16:10 Video Projector with sources from:
Videoconference CODEC
Multi-region VCR (Owner Furnished)
DVD Player
Instructor's PC
Laptop Input at Instructor's station
Portable document camera
2.
CODEC for Videoconference/Distance Learning.
3.
Rear LCD Monitor for displaying remote sight video from CODEC
4.
(2) Pan/Tilt/Zoom cameras for video capture, one in the front of the room to
capture the students and one in the rear of the room to capture the instructor.
5.
Wired boundary microphones for audio capture of students at workstations.
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Wireless lavalier microphone to capture instructor’s audio for distance learning or
lecture capture.
7.
Portable document camera available for use at instructor’s station.
8.
Capture capability of whiteboard.
9.
Isolation Booths (qty of 4)
a.
Translation console with microphone for simultaneous interpreting.
b.
Pan/Tilt/Zoom camera
c.
Video monitor for display of remote video
e.
Video and audio connection to Multi-Purpose Room 104 AV Rack for
simultaneous interpretation of live events.
11.
Left/Right loudspeakers for program audio playback.
12.
At entrance door, (1) Room Scheduler monitor.
13.
Control System with touch screen for the following functions:
a.
Video projector on/off (screen will raise and lower accordingly)
b.
Video projector source select
c.
Program volume up/down/mute
d.
Control of CODEC for distance learning
e.
PTZ camera control
f.
Audio and video capture controls
g.
Control of video and audio routing to and from each isolation booth
h.
Control of digital capture unit of provided for each isolation booth
i.
Rear LCD monitor on/off
j.
Light level settings
k.
Shades up/down
GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – 30 Seat Computer Classroom-Room #105
A.
This room will be used as a computer lab space with dedicated computer workstations.
Each workstation will provided with a headset-mic unit as specified herein. The furniture
will consist of tables with 6 to 8 workstations at each.
B.
A floor box at the lectern position will provide power, network and AV connectivity
between the instructor’s position and the AV rack. Receptacles in the floor box will route
the output of instructor's laptop, a dedicated PC and portable document camera to the
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video projector via an AV switcher in the rack. The touchscreen will be located on the
instructor’s desk.
C.
An AV rack will house the AV equipment needed for the room.
D.
The room will be equipped with a ceiling mounted video projector and associated
motorized projection screen. Program audio will be provided with left/right loudspeakers
mounted on each side of the projection screen.
E.
AV Equipment
1.
16:10 Video Projector with sources from:
Multi-region VCR (Owner Furnished)
DVD Player
Lectern PC
Laptop input
Portable document camera
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2.
Floor box with receptacles needed between the instructor’s table and the AV
rack.
3.
Headset w/integrated microphone at computer work stations.
4.
Interactive pen display for annotation of lectern PC display output.
5.
Document camera available for use at lectern.
6.
Left/Right wall mounted loudspeakers for program audio playback.
7.
At entrance door, (1) Room Scheduler monitor wired back to Satellite Room 227
on 2nd Floor.
8.
Control System with touch screen for the following functions:
a.
Video projector on/off (screen will raise and lower accordingly)
b.
Video projector source select
c.
Program volume up/down/mute
d.
Lighting level settings
e.
Shades up/down
GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Faculty Development Room-Room #101
Note this room is an ADD ALTERNATE
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This room will be used as a location for faculty development. Faculty can design and
develop lectures and presentations by using same equipment available in labs and
classrooms.
B.
An AV Rack with room equipment will output an instructor’s laptop and room PC to the
video projector via an AV switcher.
C.
The room will be equipped with a wall mounted flat screen monitor. Program audio will be
use the speakers provided as part of the monitor.
D.
AV Equipment
1.
16:10 Video Projector with sources from:
Multi-region VCR (Owner Furnished)
DVD Player
PC
Laptop input
Portable document camera
4.
At entrance door, (1) Room Scheduler monitor.
5.
Control system with touch screen for the following functions:
Video projector on/off (screen will raise and lower accordingly)
Video projector source select
Program volume up/down/mute
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GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Multi-Purpose Room-Room #104
A.
The seating configuration will have loose chairs for up to 49 students. At the front of the
room there will a floor box on either side of the room to provide connectivity for a lectern
for use by the instructor. The lectern will have a dedicated computer, monitor, keyboard
and mouse. Also available at the instructor's lectern will be a fold-up shelf for a portable
document camera, along with a receptacle plate for an aux video and associated audio
inputs and a remote control touch screen panel.
B.
Custom plates in the floor boxes at the instructor's positions will route the output of
instructor's computer to the video projector via a switcher in the AV rack. The AV rack will
be located in the control room at the rear of the room.
C.
There will be a ceiling video projectors and associated motorized projection screens.
Dual video projectors will be used for distance learning and multi-image presentations.
Program audio will be provided with left/right loudspeakers mounted on each side of the
projection screen and surround sound loudspeakers wall mounted on each side wall.
D.
This space will be capable of distance learning activities and recording of classroom
activities for playback via local computer workstations or web streaming servers. Video
capture will be accomplished with a pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) video camera mounted adjacent
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to the projection screen for capturing persons at the workstations and a front facing PTZ
camera will capture the front of the room. Microphones fixed to the ceiling will be used
for capturing persons at the workstations and a wireless lavalier mic will be available for
use by instructor to enable them to be move about the room. A front facing LCD monitor
mounted opposite the projection screen will enable the instructor to see the remote site
without having to turn around. Capture of annotations made on the fixed white board
during classes is needed.
E.
This space will also be used for simultaneous interpretation listening meaning one
person has the option to listen to up to four different languages privately being spoken at
one time from the booths in the Translation Lab Rm. 119. A four-channel wireless
headphone system will be required.
F.
A lecture capture system will be used to record and archive lectures and video
conferencing sessions. The archived material will be available to students via
webcasting and podcasting.
G.
In the rear control room, a window into the classroom will enable technical staff to view
classroom activities. A touch screen will be available for this person to assist in
controlling the AV systems for classroom activities. The AV rack will be located in this
room.
H.
AV Equipment
1.
(2) 16:10 Video Projector with sources from:
Multi-region VCR (Owner Furnished)
DVD Player
PC
Laptop input
Document camera
CODEC
Satellite head end
Cameras located in each of the four booths in Translation Lab Rm. 119
2.
Custom lectern with laptop input plate connected to floor box with umbilical that
plugs into custom plates by AVC.
3.
CODEC for Videoconferencing and Distance Learning.
4.
Rear LCD monitor for display of remote site during videoconferencing or distance
learning sessions
5.
(2) Pan/Tilt/Zoom cameras for video capture; one in the front of the room to
capture the students and one in the rear of the room to capture the instructor.
6.
Pan/Tilt/Zoom camera control console located in control room for control of PTZ
cameras.
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7.
Satellite programming feed from Satellite Room 227.
8.
Document camera available for use at lectern.
9.
Left/Right wall mounted loudspeakers for program audio playback.
10.
Surround sound wall mounted loudspeakers for program audio playback.
11.
At entrance door, (1) Room Scheduler monitor.
12.
Capture capability of whiteboard.
13.
4-channel wireless headphone system for simultaneous interpretation listening.
14.
Lecture Capture System
15.
Control System with touch screen for the following functions:
a.
Video projector on/off (screen will raise and lower accordingly)
b.
Video projector source select
c.
Program volume up/down/mute
d.
Control of CODEC for distance learning
e.
PTZ camera control
f.
Audio and video capture controls
g.
Control of video and audio routing to and from each isolation booth
h.
Rear LCD monitor on/off
i.
Lecture Capture System
GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – 25 Seat General Purpose Classroom-Room #110
A.
A lectern for the instructor will be located to one side of the projection screen. A floor box
at the lectern position will provide power, network and AV services. The lectern will
house the AV equipment needed for the room. Receptacles in the floor box will route the
output of instructor's laptop or a dedicated PC to the video projector via an AV switcher.
B.
The room will be equipped with a ceiling mounted video projector and associated
motorized projection screen. Program audio will be provided with left/right loudspeakers
mounted on each side of the projection screen.
C.
AV Equipment
1.
16:10 Video Projector with sources from:
Multi-region VCR (Owner Furnished)
DVD Player
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PC
Laptop input
Document camera
Overflow audio and video feed from Multi-Purpose Room 104 AV Rack
2.10
2.11
2.
Custom Lectern with laptop input connecting to floor box with umbilical that plugs
into custom plate by AVC.
3.
Document camera available for use instructor’s table.
4.
Left/Right wall mounted loudspeakers for program audio playback.
5.
At entrance door, (1) Room Scheduler monitor.
6.
Control System with touch screen for the following functions:
a.
Video projector on/off (screen will raise and lower accordingly)
b.
Video projector source select
c.
Program volume up/down/mute
GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Lobby/Lounge-Room #118
A.
The Lobby/Lounge is the central waiting area for the first floor where students, faculty
and guests can view satellite programming and a building wide digital directory.
B.
AV Equipment
1.
(2) Flat Screen LCD Monitors fed from rooftop satellite distribution system
located in Satellite Room.
2.
Flat Screen LCD Monitor with touch screen capabilities for Digital Directory.
Computer for directory will be Owner Furnished and located in AV rack located in
Satellite room on 2nd floor.
GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Classroom-Room #122
A.
This room will be used as a computer lab space with fixed computer workstations. Each
workstation will provided with a headset-mic unit as specified herein.
B.
The instructor's station will be located over a floor box. In the floor box there will be a
receptacle plates for the instructor's computer along with connectivity for a laptop, wired
touchscreen and document camera.
C.
A Digital Language Lab Solution will be installed in this room as an ADD ALTERNATE.
The software license will cover 175 computers and 80 simultaneous users. The instructor
will be capable of controlling and selecting any student computer for display via the video
projector.
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The room will be equipped with a ceiling mounted video projector and associated
motorized projection screen. Program audio will be provided with
left/right
loudspeakers mounted on each side of the projection screen.
AV Equipment
1.
(2) 16:10 Video Projectors with sources from:
Multi-region VCR (Owner Furnished)
DVD Player
PC
Laptop input
Document camera
2.12
2.
Floor box receptacles.
3.
Document camera.
4.
Left/Right wall mounted loudspeakers for program audio playback.
5.
At entrance doors, (2) room scheduler monitors.
7.
Digital Language Lab Solution (ADD ALTERNATE)
8.
Control System with touch screen
9.
(2) 16:10 ceiling recessed motorized Projection Screens
10.
Headset w/integrated microphone at computer work stations.
GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Free-Access Language Lab-Room #132
A.
This room will be used as the main student lab location. This room will be equipped with
computer locations, a Group Student Booth and Sign Language Lab. Students will have
all equipment and software at their disposal to help aide in their different and eclectic
curricula. Each workstation will provided with a headset-mic unit as specified herein.
B.
A floor box and desktop cable cubby at a specific desk position will provide power,
network and AV services. An AV Rack will house the AV equipment needed for the
room.
C.
Aux input receptacles at the rack will route the output of instructor's laptop and a
dedicated PC to the video monitor via an AV switcher.
D.
The room will be equipped with a wall mounted video monitor.
E.
The Group Student Booth will have a wall mounted LCD monitor and a tabletop cable
cubby with all associated equipment located in the AV rack.
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The Sign Language Lab will have a fixed Picture by Picture LCD monitor and a
Pan/Tilt/Zoom camera for recording live feeds. All associated equipment will be located
in the AV rack.
AV Equipment
1.
16:10 Video Projector with sources from:
Multi-region VCR (Owner Furnished)
Multi-region DVD Player
PC (Owner Furnished)
Laptop input
Document camera
Feed from Sign Language Lab Room #132A PTZ camera
2.
Group Study Booth shall have a flat screen LCD monitor and table top input
receptacles for display of laptop on monitor
3.
Tabletop cable cubby for instructor’s laptop input to video projectors.
4.
Left/Right wall mounted loudspeakers for program audio playback.
5.
Sign Language Lab Room #132A:
a.
Pan/Tilt/Zoom camera for video capture and recording
b.
Flat Screen LCD monitor with picture in picture
c.
At entrance door, (1) Room Scheduler monitor.
6.
At entrance door, (1) Room Scheduler monitor wired back to Satellite Room 227
on 2nd Floor.
7.
Control System with touch screen
8.
Headset w/integrated microphone at computer work stations.
9.
AV Equipment Rack with:
Multi-region VCR (Owner Furnished)
DVD Player
Audio Cassette/CD Player and Recorder
Video/Audio Switcher and Control Interface
PC, keyboard, monitor, mouse (Owner Furnished)
See equipment list for a complete bill of materials
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GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Viewing Room in Free-Access Language LabRoom #132B
A.
This room will accommodate 7-8 students and will be used primarily to view various AV
sources such as DVD player, Blu-Ray Disc player and laptop input. It is important for
wireless headsets to be used in this room to prevent sound leaking into the other spaces
of the room.
B.
A floor box and tabletop cable cubby at specific table location will provide power, network
and AV services. An AV Rack will house the AV equipment needed for the room.
Receptacles in the floor box will route the output of instructor's laptop and a dedicated
PC to the LCD monitor via an AV switcher.
C.
AV Equipment
1.
Flat Screen LCD Monitor
2.
Wireless Headsets for program audio playback.
3.
Tabletop cable cubby for laptop input to LCD monitor.
4.
Control System with touch screen for the following functions:
a.
LCD monitor on/off and volume level
b.
Audio-Visual source selection
GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Conference Room-Room #140
A.
This room will be used a basic conference room for small meetings and gatherings with
5-6 seats with a tabletop cable cubby wired to a wall mounted LCD monitor.
B.
AV Equipment
1.
Flat screen LCD Monitor
2.
Tabletop cable cubby for laptop input to LCD monitor.
3.
Floor box with custom plate for laptop input to LCD monitor.
GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Waiting Area/Lounges/Coffee Nook-Rooms #217,
218, 222D, 222G, 240
A.
The Waiting Area/Lounges/Coffee Nook are public spaces on the second floor where
students, faculty and guests can view satellite programming and a building wide digital
directory. Seating will be available at various locations throughout the spaces. In
Waiting Area 217, there will be a second flat screen monitor on the opposite wall.
B.
AV Equipment
1.
(5) Flat Screen LCD monitors fed from rooftop satellite distribution system.
2.
Flat Screen LCD monitor for a digital directory. Screen to have touch sensitive
overlay. Extend control wiring back to Satellite room for location of Owner
Furnished computer to drive the monitor.
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GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS– Seminar/Conference Room-Rooms #202, 204,
214
A.
(2) Floor boxes under the table will provide power, network and AV services. Cable
umbilical’s long enough to reach the tabletop for laptop connectivity will be provided.
B.
An AV rack will house all associated equipment for the room. Receptacles in the floor
box will route the output of instructor's laptop and a dedicated PC to the video projector
via an AV switcher.
B.
The room will be equipped with a ceiling mounted video projector and associated
motorized projection screen. Program audio will be provided with left/right loudspeakers
mounted on each side of the projection screen.
C.
AV Equipment:
1.
16:10 Video Projector with sources from:
Multi-region VCR (Owner Furnished)
DVD Player
PC (Owner Furnished)
Laptop input
Document camera
2.17
2.
Portable document camera available for use at AV rack.
3.
Left/Right wall mounted loudspeakers for program audio playback.
4.
At entrance door, room scheduler monitor.
5.
Control System with touch screen for the following functions:
a.
Video projector on/off (screen will raise and lower accordingly)
b.
Video projector source select
GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Satellite Room-Room #227
A.
Rooftop Satellite Antennas
1.
The following antennas will be located on the roof:
a.
(1) Owner Furnished Dish Network antenna for commercial television.
b.
(1) Owner Furnished 30” diameter Globecast antenna for foreign
language programs.
c.
(1) New motorized 3.7 meter C and K band antenna with non-penetrating
roof mount and ballast.
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Cables from each antenna will be fed through empty conduit to an equipment
rack located in the Satellite Room #227. Cables will be terminated to a patch
panel and patched to IRD receiver.
AVC shall procure the services of a qualified antenna sub-contractor. The firm
that currently services the college is Campus Televideo located at 35 Mason
Street
Greenwich, CT 06830, 203-983-5400.
.
B.
C.
2.18
Video over IP interface will be provided to distribute content over the network for Owner
Furnished Haivision headend. Locations for viewing satellite content are as follows:
1.
(2) LCD monitors in Lobby/Lounge Room 118
2.
(1) Video Projector in Multi-Purpose Room 104
3.
(1) LCD monitor in Waiting Area Room 217
4.
(1) LCD monitor in Lounge 218
5.
(1) LCD monitor in Waiting/Lounge Room 222D
6.
(1) LCD monitor in Coffee Nook Room 222G
7.
(1) LCD monitor in Waiting 240
AV Head End
1.
Control of digital directory at entry lobby
2.
Control of room scheduler monitors
GENERAL FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Testing Room #352
A.
Wall box below projection screen will be the input location for the instructor’s laptop feed
directly to a ceiling mounted video projector.
B.
An audio amplifier will be located at the video projector to power (4) ceiling loudspeakers.
C.
The room will be equipped a motorized projection screen.
D.
AV Equipment:
1.
16:10 Video Projector with sources from:
Laptop
3.
Four ceiling loudspeakers for program audio playback.
4.
Control System with button panel for the following functions:
a.
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b.
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Volume up/down
MAJOR EQUIPMENT ITEMS
Item
Description
Manufacturer
Model or Part No.
Qty
LANGUAGE TESTING CENTER 135
AV Equipment
1
16:10 Video Projector
Sony
VPL-FH30
1
2
Replacement Lamp
Sony
LMP-F272
1
3
Video Projector Mount
Chief
RPAU
1
4
Left/Right Loudspeakers
QSC
AD-S52 (White)
2
5
Multi-Standard VCR
OFE
(Samsung SV-5000W)
1
6
Document Camera
Samsung
SDP-960
1
7
Cassette/CD Player and Recorder
Tascam
CC-222SLmkII
1
8
Headsets w/Integrated Mics
Sennheiser
CC 520
24
9
Digital Media Presentation System
Crestron
DMPS-300-C
1
10
DM Receiver
Crestron
DM-RMC-100-C
1
11
Aux Input Plate
Custom
By Contractor
1
12
Touch Screen
Crestron
TPS-6-B-T
1
13
Remote Control Programming
AV Contractor
Custom
1
14
AV Equipment Rack
Middle Atlantic
PTRK-14MDK
1
15
Power Strip
Middle Atlantic
PDC-915R-2
1
16
Rack Drawer
Middle Atlantic
D3
1
17
Custom Rack Mounts
Middle Atlantic
RSH
1
18
Cables, Connectors, Misc
AV Contractor
Various
Lot
40 SEAT GENERAL PURPOSE CLASSROOM 125
AV Equipment
19
16:10 Video Projector
Sony
VPL-FH30
3
20
Replacement Lamp
Sony
LMP-F272
3
21
Video Projector Mount
Chief
RPAU
3
22
Ceiling Loudspeakers
QSC
AD-C42T
12
23
Amplifier
QSC
CX302V
1
24
Multi-Standard VCR
Samsung
SV-5000W
1
25
Document Camera
Samsung
SDP-960
1
26
Cassette/CD Player and Recorder
Tascam
CC-222SLmkII
1
27
Digital Media Presentation System
Crestron
DMPS-300-C
1
28
DM Receiver
Crestron
DM-RMC-100-C
2
29
DM Input Plate
Crestron
DM-TX-200-C-2G
2
30
HDMI Extender
Magenta Research
HD-One LX Kit
1
31
Touch Screen
Crestron
TPS-6-B-T
1
32
Remote Control Programming
AV Contractor
Custom
1
33
AV Equipment Rack
Middle Atlantic
PTRK-14MDK
1
34
Power Strip
Middle Atlantic
PDC-915R-2
1
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Custom Aux Input Plate
AV Contractor
Custom
36
Custom Rack Mounts
Middle Atlantic
RSH Custom
37
Cables, Connectors, Misc
AV Contractor
Various
Sony
VPL-FH30
2
1
1
Lot
TRANSLATION LAB 119
AV Equipment
38
16:10 Video Projector
39
Replacement Lamp
Sony
LMP-F272
2
40
Video Projector Mount
Chief
RPAU
2
41
Left/Right Loudspeakers
QSC
AD-S82 (White)
2
42
Wall Mount for Loudspeakers
QSC
YM-8
2
43
OFE HD Video Conference System
OFE
(Polycom HDX8000)
1
44
OFE Pan/Tilt/Zoom Camera (Vid Conf)
OFE
(Polycom EagleEye)
1
45
Rear LCD Monitor
NEC
P521
1
46
LCD Monitor Mount
Chief
LTAU
1
47
Ceiling Boundary Microphones
Clock Audio
C002E w/S774 Finish
8
48
Antenna Distribution
Shure
UA221
1
49
Wireless Receiver, Lav, Handheld
Shure
SLX124/85/SM58
2
50
Mic Mixer/Processor
Biamp
AudiaFLEX
1
51
Mic Input Card with AEC
Biamp
AEC-2HD
6
52
Line Input Card
Biamp
IP2
3
53
Line Output Card
Biamp
OP2e
3
54
Whiteboard Capture System
eBeam
Edge Whiteboard BT
1
55
OFE Multi-Standard VCR
OFE
(Panasonic AG-W2)
1
56
IP Video Receiver
Haivision
Stingray
1
57
Surround Sound Loudspeakers
Meyer
MM4
4
58
Surround Processor
Denon
DN-A7100
1
59
4-Channel Amplifier
QSC
CX404
1
60
HD Capture System
Crestron
Capture-HD
5
61
Cassette/CD Player and Recorder
Tascam
CC-222SLmkII
1
62
8x8 DM Switcher
Crestron
DM-MD8X8
1
63
DM 8G Receiver
Crestron
DM-RMC-100-C
3
64
DM CAT Input Card
Crestron
DMC-CAT
2
65
HDMI Input Card
Crestron
DMC-HD
2
66
DVI/RGB Input Card
Crestron
DMC-DVI
2
67
RCA Input Card
Crestron
DMC-VID-RCA-A
1
68
DM Output Card (4) DM 8G+
Crestron
DMCO-55
1
69
DM Output Card (4) HDMI, (4) L/R
Crestron
DMCO-33
1
70
Control Interface
OFE
(Crestron Pro2)
1
71
Network Card
Crestron
C2ENET-1
1
72
Touch Screen - Control Room
Crestron
TPS-6
1
73
Graphics Engine
Crestron
DGE-2
1
74
DM Transmitter for Vpanel
Crestron
DM-TX-201-C
1
75
Control System Programming
By AV Contractor
Custom
1
76
Power Strip
Middle Atlantic
PDC-915R-2
1
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77
AV Equipment Rack
Middle Atlantic
78
Network Switch
Various
1
79
Custom Input Plates
By AVC
Lot
80
Rack Drawer
Middle Atlantic
D3
1
81
Custom Rack Mounts
Middle Atlantic
RSH Custom
2
AV Contractor
Various
82
Cables, Connectors, Misc
Interpreting Equipment
WRK4427
1
Lot
83
Interpreter Station
Bosch
DCNiDESK L
8
84
Mics for Interpreter Station
Bosch
DCNMICS
8
85
Interpreter Headsets
Bosch
LBB9095/30
8
86
Control Unit
Bosch
DCN CCU US
1
87
Audio Expander
Bosch
LBB 4402/00
1
88
IR Transmitter
Bosch
INT-TX08
1
89
IR Emitter
Bosch
LBB 4512
4
90
8 Channel Receiver
Bosch
LBB 4540/08
20
91
Cabinet Charging Station
Bosch
LBB 4560/50
1
92
Rechargeable Batteries (10pc)
Bosch
LBB 4550/10
2
93
Headsets (10pc)
Bosch
LBB 3443/10
2
94
Interconnect Cable (2m)
Bosch
LBB 4416/02
2
95
Booth Camera
Sony
EVIHD3V
4
96
Camera Monitor
97
Video Switcher
Lectern Equipment
ViewSonic
VT1930
4
Extron
MVX 88 VGA A
1
Oppo
BDP-93
1
98
Blu-Ray Disc Player
99
24" Touch Screen - Lectern Mount
Crestron
V24L-C-B
1
100
Document Camera
Samsung
SDP-960
1
101
DM CAT Transmitter
Crestron
DM-TX-300N
102
Aux Input Plate
By AVC
103
Power Strip
Middle Atlantic
PDC-915R-2
1
104
Equipment Rack
Middle Atlantic
RK10
1
105
Custom Rack Mounts
Middle Atlantic
RSH Custom
2
106
4x1 DVI+Audio Switcher
Extron
SW4 DVI A Plus
1
AV Equipment
107 16:10 Video Projector
Sony
VPL-FH30
1
108
Replacement Lamp
Sony
LMP-F272
1
109
Video Projector Mount
Chief
RPAU
1
110
Left/Right Loudspeakers
QSC
AD-S52 (White)
2
111
OFE Multi-Standard VCR
OFE
(Samsung SV-5000W)
1
112
Document Camera
Samsung
SDP-960
1
113
Cassette/CD Player and Recorder
Tascam
CC-222SLmkII
1
114
Digital Media Presentation System
Crestron
DMPS-300-C
1
115
DM Receiver
Crestron
DM-RMC-100-C
1
116
DM Input Plate
Crestron
DM-TX-200-C-2G
2
1
1
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Touch Screen
118
119
Crestron
TPS-6-B-T
1
Remote Control Programming
AV Contractor
Custom
1
AV Equipment Rack
Middle Atlantic
120
Power Strip
Middle Atlantic
PDC-915R-2
1
121
Custom Aux Input Plate
AV Contractor
Custom
1
122
Rack Drawer
Middle Atlantic
D3
1
123
Custom Rack Mounts
Middle Atlantic
RSH Custom
1
124
Cables, Connectors, Misc
AV Contractor
Various
AV Equipment
125 16:10 Video Projector
Sony
VPL-FH30
2
126
Replacement Lamp
Sony
LMP-F272
2
127
Video Projector Mount
Chief
RPAU
2
128
Left/Right Loudspeakers
QSC
AD-S82 (White)
3
129
Wall Mount for Loudspeakers
QSC
YM-8
3
130
HD Video Conference System
Polycom
HDX8000 Series
1
131
Pan/Tilt/Zoom Camera (Vid Conf)
Polycom
Eagle Eye
1
132
Rear LCD Monitor
NEC
P521
1
133
LCD Monitor Mount
Chief
LTAU
1
134
Ceiling Boundary Microphones
Clock Audio
C002E w/S774 Finish
8
135
Antenna Distribution
Shure
UA221
1
136
Wireless Receiver, Lav, Handheld
Shure
SLX124/85/SM58
2
137
Mic Mixer/Processor
Biamp
AudiaFLEX
1
138
Mic Input Card with AEC
Biamp
AEC-2HD
6
139
Line Input Card
Biamp
IP2
3
140
Line Output Card
Biamp
OP2e
3
141
Whiteboard Capture System
eBeam
Edge Whiteboard BT
1
142
OFE Multi-Standard VCR
OFE
(Panasonic AG-W2)
1
143
IP Video Receiver
Haivision
Stingray
1
144
Surround Sound Loudspeakers
Meyer
MM4
6
145
Surround Processor
Denon
DN-A7100
1
146
4-Channel Amplifier
QSC
CX404
2
147
HD Capture System
Crestron
Capture-HD
1
148
Cassette/CD Player and Recorder
Tascam
CC-222SLmkII
1
149
8x8 DM Switcher
Crestron
DM-MD8X8
1
150
DM 8G Receiver
Crestron
DM-RMC-100-C
3
151
DM CAT Input Card
Crestron
DMC-CAT
2
152
HDMI Input Card
Crestron
DMC-HD
2
153
DVI/RGB Input Card
Crestron
DMC-DVI
2
154
RCA Input Card
Crestron
DMC-VID-RCA-A
1
155
DM Output Card (4) DM 8G+
Crestron
DMCO-55
1
156
DM Output Card (4) HDMI, (4) L/R
Crestron
DMCO-33
1
157
Control Interface
Crestron
AV2
1
158
Network Card
Crestron
C2ENET-1
1
1
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MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM 104
AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT
11590-26
Montclair State University
Finley Hall Renovation
Montclair, New Jersey
159
Touch Screen - Control Room
160
Graphics Engine
161
DM Transmitter for Vpanel
162
Control System Programming
By AV Contractor
Custom
1
163
Power Strip
Middle Atlantic
1
164
AV Equipment Rack
Middle Atlantic
PDC-915R-2
WRK-44SA-27
165
Equipment Rack PDU
Middle Atlantic
PD-1220C-NS
1
166
Network Switch
Netgear
GS116
1
167
Network Switch
Netgear
GS105
1
168
Custom Input Plates
By AVC
169
Rack Drawer
Middle Atlantic
D3
170
Custom Rack Mounts
Crestron
TPS-6
1
Crestron
DGE-2
1
Crestron
DM-TX-201-C
1
1
Lot
1
Middle Atlantic
RSH Custom
Cables, Connectors, Misc
Lectern Equipment
AV Contractor
Various
Lot
172
Blu-Ray Disc Player
Oppo
BDP-93
1
173
24" Touch Screen - Lectern Mount
Crestron
V24L-C-B
1
174
Document Camera
Samsung
SDP-960
1
175
DM CAT Transmitter
Crestron
DM-TX-300N
1
176
Aux Input Plate
By AVC
177
Equipment Rack
Middle Atlantic
RK10
1
178
Power Strip
Middle Atlantic
PDC-915R-2
1
179
Custom Rack Mounts
Middle Atlantic
RSH Custom
1
180
4x1 DVI+Audio Switcher
Extron
SW4 DVI A Plus
1
AV Equipment
181 16:10 Video Projector
Sony
VPL-FH30
1
182
Replacement Lamp
Sony
LMP-F272
1
183
Video Projector Mount
Chief
RPAU
1
184
Left/Right Loudspeakers
QSC
AD-S52 (White)
2
185
Multi-Standard VCR
Samsung
SV-5000W
1
186
Document Camera
Samsung
SDP-960
1
187
Cassette/CD Player and Recorder
Tascam
CC-222SLmkII
1
188
Digital Media Presentation System
Crestron
DMPS-300-C
1
189
DM Receiver
Crestron
DM-RMC-100-C
1
190
DM Input Plate
Crestron
DM-TX-200-C-2G
2
191
Touch Screen
Crestron
TPS-6-B-T
1
192
Remote Control Programming
AV Contractor
Custom
1
193
AV Equipment Rack
Middle Atlantic
RK14
1
194
Power Strip
Middle Atlantic
PDC-915R-2
1
195
Custom Aux Input Plate
AV Contractor
Custom
1
196
Rack Drawer
Middle Atlantic
D3
1
197
Custom Rack Mounts
Middle Atlantic
RSH Custom
1
198
Cables, Connectors, Misc
AV Contractor
Various
171
2
1
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AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT
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11590-27
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Finley Hall Renovation
Montclair, New Jersey
FIRST FLOOR LOBBY/LOUNGE
AV Equipment
199 LCD Monitor
NEC
P521
200
LCD Monitor for Digital Directory
Elo
4200L w/ECM2 Module E077771
1
201
LCD Monitor Mount
Chief
LTAU
3
202
IP Video Player
Haivision
Stingray
3
203
Cables, Connectors, Misc
AV Contractor
Various
Lot
Sony
Sony
Chief
QSC
OFE
VPL-FH30
LMP-F272
RPAU
AD-S52 (White)
(Samsung SV-5000W)
2
2
2
2
1
Samsung
SDP-960
1
2
COMPUTER CLASSROOM 122
AV Equipment
204 16:10 Video Projector
205 Replacement Lamp
206 Video Projector Mount
207 Left/Right Loudspeakers
208 OFE Multi-Standard VCR
209 Document Camera
210
Cassette/CD Player and Recorder
Tascam
CC-222SLmkII
1
211
Digital Media Presentation System
Crestron
DMPS-300-C
1
212
DM Receiver
Crestron
DM-RMC-100-C
1
213
DM Input Plate
Crestron
DM-TX-200-C-2G
2
214
Touch Screen
Crestron
TPS-6-B-T
1
215
Remote Control Programming
AV Contractor
Custom
1
216
AV Equipment Rack
Middle Atlantic
RK14
1
217
Power Strip
Middle Atlantic
PDC-915R-2
1
218
Custom Aux Input Plate
AV Contractor
Custom
1
219
Rack Drawer
Middle Atlantic
D3
1
220
Custom Rack Mounts
Middle Atlantic
RSH Custom
221
Cables, Connectors, Misc
AV Contractor
Various
AV Equipment
222 70" LCD Display
Sharp
LC-70LE732U
223
Display Mount
Chief
LSAU
1
224
Left/Right Loudspeakers
QSC
AD-S52 (White)
2
225
Multi-Standard VCR
Samsung
SV-5000W
1
226
Digital Media Presentation System
Crestron
DMPS-300-C
1
227
DM Receiver
Crestron
DM-RMC-100-C
1
228
DM Input Plate
Crestron
DM-TX-200-C-2G
1
229
Touch Screen
Crestron
TPS-6-B-T
1
230
Remote Control Programming
AV Contractor
Custom
1
231
AV Equipment Rack
Middle Atlantic
RK14
1
232
Power Strip
Middle Atlantic
PDC-915R-2
1
233
Custom Aux Input Plate
AV Contractor
Custom
3
234
Rack Drawer
Middle Atlantic
D3
1
235
Custom Rack Mounts
Middle Atlantic
RSH Custom
1
236
Cables, Connectors, Misc
AV Contractor
Various
1
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FREE-ACCESS LANGUAGE LAB 132
AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT
1
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11590-28
Montclair State University
Finley Hall Renovation
Montclair, New Jersey
237
LCD Monitor (Group Study Booth)
NEC
P521
1
238
LCD Monitor Mount (Group Study Booth)
Chief
LTAU
1
239
Pan/Tilt/Zoom Camera (Rm 132A)
Sony
EVIHD3V
1
240
OFE LCD Display (Rm 132A)
OFE
(Samsung 32")
2
241
HD Capture Device (Rm 132A)
Crestron
Capture-HD
2
242
LCD Monitor Mount (Rm 132A)
Chief
LTAU
2
243
AV Equipment Rack (Rm 132A)
Middle Atlantic
RK12
1
244
Power Strip (Rm 132A)
Middle Atlantic
PDC-915R-2
1
AV Equipment
245 LCD Monitor
NEC
P521
1
246
LCD Monitor Mount
Chief
LTAU
1
247
Wireless Headsets
Senheisser
RS 110
8
248
Multi-Standard VCR
Samsung
SV-5000W
1
249
Blu-Ray Disc Player
Oppo
BP-93
1
250
Digital Media Presentation System
Crestron
DMPS-300-C
1
251
Wireless Gateway
Crestron
CEN-RFGW-EX
1
252
Handheld Touch Panel
Crestron
MTX-3
1
253
Control System Programming
By AV Contractor
Custom
1
254
Power Strip
Middle Atlantic
PDC-915R-2
1
255
AV Equipment Rack
Middle Atlantic
RK14
1
256
Rack Drawer
Middle Atlantic
D3
1
257
Custom Rack Mounts
Middle Atlantic
RSH Custom
2
258
Cables, Connectors, Misc
AV Contractor
Various
VIEWING ROOM 132B
Lot
SECOND FLOOR WAITING AREA/LOUNGES/COFFEE NOOK
AV Equipment
259 LCD Monitor
NEC
P521
5
260
LCD Monitor for Digital Directory
Elo
4200L w/ECM2 Module E077771
1
261
LCD Monitor Mount
Chief
LTAU
6
262
IP Video Player
Haivision
Stingray
6
263
Cables, Connectors, Misc
AV Contractor
Various
Lot
AV Equipment
264 16:10 Video Projector
Sony
VPL-FH30
3
265
Replacement Lamp
Sony
LMP-F272
3
266
Video Projector Mount
Chief
RPAU
3
267
Left/Right Loudspeakers
QSC
AD-S52 (White)
268
Multi-Standard VCR
OFE
269
Document Camera
Samsung
SDP-960
3
270
Cassette/CD Player and Recorder
Tascam
CC-222SLmkII
3
271
Digital Media Presentation System
Crestron
DMPS-300-C
3
272
DM Receiver
Crestron
DM-RMC-100-C
3
SEMINAR ROOMS 202, 204, 214
AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT
6
3
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Montclair State University
Finley Hall Renovation
Montclair, New Jersey
273
DM Input Plate
Crestron
274
Touch Screen
275
Remote Control Programming
276
AV Equipment Rack
277
Power Strip
278
IP Video Player
279
Custom Aux Input Plate
280
281
282
DM-TX-200-C-2G
6
Crestron
TPS-6-B-T
3
AV Contractor
Custom
3
Middle Atlantic
RK14
3
OFE
(SurgeX 2120)
3
Haivision
Stingray
3
AV Contractor
Custom
3
Rack Drawer
Middle Atlantic
D3
3
Custom Rack Mounts
Middle Atlantic
RSH Custom
3
Cables, Connectors, Misc
AV Contractor
Various
AV Equipment
283 16:10 Video Projector
Sony
VPL-FH30
1
284
Replacement Lamp
Sony
LMP-F272
1
285
Video Projector Mount
Chief
SPAU
1
286
DM Input Plate
Crestron
DM-TX-200-C-2G
1
287
DM Receiver
Crestron
DM-RMC-100-C
1
288
Self Powered Ceiling Loudspeakers
AMK
PSA615
2
288
Cables, Connectors, Misc
AV Contractor
Various
Lot
Lot
THIRD FLOOR TESTING ROOM 352
SATELLITE ROOM 227
AV Equipment
289
290
Digital Directory Computer
Satellite Receivers
By Owner
WellAV
UMH-160
1
2
291
18" Dish Network Satellite Antenna
OFE
OFE
1
292
30" Dish Network Satellite Antenna
OFE
OFE
1
293
30" Globecast Dish
OFE
OFE
1
294
3.7m C/Ku, Polar Mount, Motorized Antenna
Prodelin
1375990
1
295
3.7m Non-Penetrating Mount
Baird
PXL2 (Four trays)
1
296
Ballast material for Non-Penetrating Mount
Per AVC
BALLAST
1
297
Motorized, 4-port C/Ku-band feed, Rx-only, w/spare legs
Viking
FEED-4CKU-MOTO
1
298
20°K C-band PLL LNBs, 950-1750 MHz, +/-10 kHz
Norsat
PLL 3220
2
299
0.7dB Ku-band PLL LNBs, 950-1450 MHz, +/-25 kHz
Norsat
1208 HA
2
300
Bandpass Filters for Radar (C-band ports)
ATCi
ZF100
2
301
Antenna Cover
Antenna Controller for Single/Polar Axis
Rotating Feed Drive
O4M
1
RC1500A
1
Auto Pilot DLM 2/16
1
SSCLP-200/300
1
303
Autopilot Software for Windows
304
Universal PCI Serial Board
Prime Focus
Research
Concepts
Research
Concepts
Qualtech
305
Lightning Surge Protection
Circa
As Required
306
L-band RF patch panel
SCN-PP5
WRK-44SA-27
1
1
302
307
Equipment Rack
ATX
Middle Atlantic
308
Equipment Rack PDU
Middle Atlantic
PD-1220C-NS
309
Cables, Connectors, Misc
AV Contractor
Various
AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT
Lot
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Finley Hall Renovation
Montclair, New Jersey
ROOM SCHEDULER SYSTEM
AV Equipment
310 Meeting Minder Monitor
Visix
MeetingMinder 1500i
13
311
Room Scheduler Control Interface
Visix
Content Server
1
312
Room Scheduler Software
Visix
Professional Edition
1
Northwestern
DiLL
1
OFE
(NEC M46)
1
Add Alternate #1
1
Digital Language Lab Software
Add Alternate #2
Provide Year Two and Three Warranty and Service Contract
Provide 5-year Warranty on Video Projectors
Add Alternate #3
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT ROOM 101
AV Equipment
1
46"LCD Flat Screen Monitor
2
Monitor Mount
Chief
LTAU
1
3
Left/Right Loudspeakers
QSC
AD-S52 (White)
2
4
Multi-Standard VCR
Samsung
SV5000
1
5
Document Camera
Samsung
SDP-960
1
6
Cassette/CD Player and Recorder
Tascam
CC-222SLmkII
1
7
Digital Media Presentation System
Crestron
DMPS-300-C
1
8
DM Receiver
Crestron
DM-RMC-100-C
1
9
HDMI, Comp, Vid, VGA Input Plate
Custom
By Contractor
1
10
Touch Screen
Crestron
TPS-6-B-T
1
11
Remote Control Programming
AV Contractor
Custom
1
12
Power Strip
Middle Atlantic
PDC-915R-2
1
13
AV Equipment Rack
Middle Atlantic
RK12
14
Cables, Connectors, Misc
AV Contractor
Various
1
Lot
PART 3 – EXECUTION
3.01
INSPECTION
A.
Examine all work prepared by others to receive work of this Section and report any
defects affecting installation to the Consultant or Owner for correction. Commencement
of work will be construed as complete acceptance of preparatory work by others.
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B.
3.02
Montclair State University
Finley Hall Renovation
Montclair, New Jersey
The Contractor shall visit the project site to become familiar with the work as it relates to
the audio-visual system. The Contractor shall attend project meetings with Owner,
related trades, Consultant and Architect to anticipate conflicts with equipment installation.
INSTALLATION
A.
The Contractor shall provide termination of power feeds to equipment rack(s) where
required. Power feed to rack location is by others.
B.
The Contractor shall supply all equipment, pre-wired equipment racks, receptacle plates,
consoles, mounting hardware and accessories etc., required for complete and
functioning systems for installation.
C.
All rack mounted equipment, switches, jacks, outlets, etc., shall be permanently identified
with labels approved by Consultant. Submit samples of proposed labels for approval.
D.
All cables shall be clearly and permanently identified with standard alphanumeric
markers at each end. These marker codes shall be noted on the Shop Drawings
prepared by the Contractor.
E.
Provide in Telcom room laminated functional diagrams of system signal flow with cable
number designations that reflect all field modifications.
F.
Care shall be exercised in wiring, so as to avoid damage to the cables and to the
equipment. Between racks, cabinets, consoles or modules, all cables shall be wellsupported and shall be neatly laced and dressed. All joints and connections shall be
made with rosin-core solder or with mechanical connectors approved by the Consultant.
G.
Between racks, cabinets, consoles or modules, all cable shall terminate in punch-blocks
unless specifically approved otherwise.
H.
Patch panels shall be wired so all input sources shall be connected to the bottom row
and outputs to the top row. Any efficient combination of top and bottom rows shall be
used for multiples.
I.
Drawings are diagrammatic and indicate general arrangement of systems and work
included. Follow drawings in laying out work and check drawings of other trades relating
to work to verify spaces in which work will be installed. Maintain headroom and space
conditions to all points.
J.
Final location of all equipment shall be located as shown on reviewed shop drawings, or
as located in the field by the Consultant.
K.
All signal cables shall be insulated from the conduit and from each other from termination
to termination. Microphone, loudspeaker and other signal conduits shall be mechanically
and electrically connected to receptacle boxes and shall be electrically isolated from
system equipment racks.
L.
Microphone line shields shall be grounded only at the end that terminates at the
equipment rack(s) and shall be grounded only to the common ground of the equipment
rack.
M.
The Contractor shall take such precautions as are necessary to prevent and guard
against electromagnetic/electrostatic/radio frequency interference.
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N.
3.03
Montclair State University
Finley Hall Renovation
Montclair, New Jersey
At receptacle plates, all joints and connections shall be made with rosin-core solder or
with mechanical connectors approved by the Consultant.
O.
All power and high level circuits shall be run on the right side of the rack or cabinet as
viewed from the rear. All other circuits shall be run on the left side as viewed from the
rear.
P.
All equipment and devices are to be located per the locations provided by the Consultant
prior to installation.
SYSTEM TESTS AND ADJUSTMENTS
A.
B.
Initial tests and adjustments shall be performed by the Contractor who shall include the
cost of these tests in his bid proposal. The Contractor shall furnish all equipment
necessary and perform all work required to determine or modify the performance of the
system in accordance with the specifications. The Contractor shall carry out the following
inspections of the system and submit to the Consultant the written results at each
inspection for inclusion on the permanent records of the sound system.
1.
Verify signal flow through the entire system.
2.
Precisely align, adjust, and normal all video monitors and video projectors.
3.
Measure and record the frequency response of each mixer/preamp in the
system.
4.
Measure and record the impedance of each loudspeaker line before connecting
it to the output of its respective amplifier and confirm that it is equal to or above
the rated impedance.
5.
Measure and record, with an oscilloscope, the output of each power amplifier.
6.
Measure and record the phasing of all loudspeakers. A phase checker shall be
used to verify proper phasing.
7.
Measure and record the polarity of all microphones to be used in the system.
8.
Check all microphone, network, video, control lines and other interconnecting
cable for correct wiring and shorts to ground.
9.
The remote control shall be checked out for specified operation function
requirements. "Remote" shall include all functions between the rack mounted
control electronics, required system equipment to be controlled, remote control
touch panels and wireless devices for the functions described in Part 2.
10.
Balance the levels of the loudspeaker units driven by different channels of
amplifiers in the system to assure uniform coverage and level of sound from
loudspeakers.
11.
All level controls on rack-mounted equipment shall be adjusted for optimum
signal to noise ratio and signal balance, noted for system documentation and
then capped, where possible, to prevent tampering.
Video System:
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1.
Montclair State University
Finley Hall Renovation
Montclair, New Jersey
Operate video projectors with NTSC video and data sources from all input
locations to demonstrate to Consultant and Owner proper operation and
adjustment. Color balance for projectors shall be established with the use of a
meter. Align projected image to eliminate any keystoning. Focus shall be
consistent from edge to edge of image.
2.
Demonstrate remote video projector control functions from control panels.
3.
Establish the normal settings for all video and audio switchers. Presets for typical
system operation shall be established in conjunction with Owner and Consultant
and included in documentation.
4.
Demonstrate proper video connections to various points throughout the facility.
Using a color bar test signal with 75% amplitude or similar source, verify proper
signal gain and signal to noise at each device.
5.
Demonstrate proper operation all cameras.
6.
Demonstrate the operation of the lecture capture system and capture system
employed for the four interpretation booths.
7.
Demonstrate the operation of the touch screen digital directory monitors.
8.
Show operation and source selection of satellite video feeds available at public
display monitors and where called for.
9.
Conduct a mock distance learning session and record activities for review.
10.
Demonstrate video and audio overflow from room 104 to room 125.
11.
Demonstrate capture of whiteboard annotations.
12.
3.04
CLEANING
A.
3.05
Following Installation, all soiled, abraded or discolored surfaces of work installed herein
shall be cleaned and left free from blemishes or defects. Work that is damaged or
improperly installed shall be removed and replaced and the entire installation left in
complete satisfactory condition. Clean the areas affected by the Work to a level of
operational cleanliness. Dispose of protective covering material and debris accordingly.
FINAL ACCEPTANCE TESTING
A.
Contractor shall demonstrate operation of each component of the systems to the
Consultant and Owner's representative until acceptance is granted.
B.
In case the need for further adjustments becomes evident during the demonstration and
testing, Contractor's work shall be continued until the systems operate properly. If final
acceptance is delayed beyond three (3) test days because the system does not fulfill this
specification, Contractor shall pay for all time and expenses of the Consultant during any
extensions of the acceptance testing period.
C.
When Final Acceptance testing has concluded to the Owner and Consultant's
satisfaction, Contractor shall submit a written request for Final Acceptance. Guarantees,
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Finley Hall Renovation
Montclair, New Jersey
warranties and service contracts will commence upon written notification of Final
Acceptance by the Architect.
3.06
INSTRUCTION
A.
Within two working weeks of system acceptance, the Contractor shall commence a
series of training sessions for persons designated by the Owner. A total of (40) forty
hours of training, at mutually acceptable times, shall be provided during a four week
period. A maximum time period for each training session shall not exceed (4) four hours.
B.
Contractor shall submit names and period of attendance of those instructed.
END OF SECTION
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