MSB Air Distribution - The University of Texas Health Science

MSB Air Distribution - The University of Texas Health Science
MSB Air Distribution Finishes
Type/Description
Paint
Paint
Paint
Paint
Paint
Carpet
Carpet
Base Cove
VCT
Ceilings
Manufacturer
Sherwin Williams
Sherwin Williams
Sherwin Williams
Sherwin Williams
Sherwin Williams
Interface Flooring
Interface Flooring
Roppe
Armstrong
Armstrong
Pattern/line
Semi‐Gloss
Semi‐Gloss
Semi‐Gloss
Semi‐Gloss
Semi‐Gloss
Furrows II
Furrows II
Imperial Texture
Fine Fissured
Color
SW 7043 Worldy Gray
UT Off‐White (SW Custom)
SW 6423 Ryegrass
SW 6380 Humble Gold
SW 6242 Bracing Blue
9223 Hops
9212 Georgia Clay
P193 Black/Brown
51810 Washed Linen
1732 White
Notes
Office
Hallway
Hallway
Hallway
Hallway
Office (Existing)
Office
All Areas
Hallway
All Areas
Room Number
6.018
6.018A
6.018B
6.018C
6.018D
6.018E
6.018F
6.018G
6.018H
6.100
6.100A
6.100B
6.100C
6.100D
6.100E
6.100F
6.100G
6.102
6.104
6.106
6.108
6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130
6.130A
6.130B
6.132
6.132A
6.132B
6.134
6.134A
6.136
Carpet
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
EXISTING
Y
EXISTING
Y
Y
VINYL
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
RE‐GLUE
RE‐GLUE
RE‐GLUE
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Paint
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Blinds
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Room Number
6.138
6.139
6.140
6.141
6.142
6.144
6.146
6.148
6.150
6.152
6.154
6.156
6.158
6.160
6.161
6.162
6.164
6.166
6.168
6.170
6.172
6.174
6.178
6.180
6.182
6.184
6.200
6.200A
6.200B
6.200C
6.200D
6.200E
6.201
Carpet
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
PATCH AS REQ
PATCH AS REQ
VINYL
EXISTING
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
EXISTING
EXISTING
EXISTING
EXISTING
EXISTING
EXISTING
Y
Paint
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Blinds
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Room Number
6.202
6.204
6.206
6.210
6.212
6.214
6.216
6.218
6.219
6.220
6.222
6.224
6.226
6.228
6.230
6.232
6.240
6.240A
6.240B
6.240C
6.246
6.246A
6.246B
6.250
6.252
6.254
6.256
6.258
6.260
6.262
6.264
6.264A
6.270
Carpet
Y
Y
Y
EXISTING
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Paint
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Blinds
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Room Number
6.270A
6.272
6.274
6.278
6.280
6.282
6.282A
6.284
6.284A
6.284B
6.290
6.291
6.292
6.293
Carpet
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Paint
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Blinds
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
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Division 23 & 26, Page 1
Index
MECHANICAL
23 00 00
23 05 29
23 05 53
23 05 93
23 05 93A
23 07 13
23 09 23
23 31 00
23 33 00
23 36 00
23 37 00
Basic Mechanical Requirements
Sleeves, Flashings, Supports and Anchors
Mechanical Identification
Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB)
Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (Contractor Responsibilities)
Ductwork Insulation
Direct Digital Control Systems
Ductwork
Ductwork Accessories
Air Terminal Units
Air Inlets and Outlets
Division 26 – Electrical
26 00 00
Basic Electrical Requirements
26 00 00.01
Electrical Demolition
26 05 00
Basic Electrical Materials and Method
26 05 19
Cable, Wire and Connectors, 600 Volts
26 05 29
Securing and Supporting Methods
26 05 33
Raceways, Conduit and Boxes
26 05 53
Electrical Identification
26 51 00
Interior and Exterior Lighting
Fire Alarm and Smoke Detection
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TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
Date: 3-3-2017
Engineer of Record: Heather Camden, PE
State: of Texas License No: 86883
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Date:
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E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
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SECTION 23 00 00
BASIC MECHANICAL REQUIREMENTS
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
1.02
1.03
1.04
Basic Mechanical Requirements specifically applicable to Division 23 Sections, in addition to
Division 01 - General Requirements.
RELATED DOCUMENTS:
A.
THE UNIFORM GENERAL CONDITIONS, SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL CONDITIONS,
and DIVISION 01 of the Specifications apply to the work specified in this Section.
B.
All work covered by this Section of these Specifications shall be accomplished in
accordance with all applicable provisions of the Contract Documents and any addenda or
directives which may be issued herewith, or otherwise.
GENERAL:
A.
The Contractor shall execute all work hereinafter specified or indicated on accompanying
Drawings. Contractor shall provide all equipment necessary and usually furnished in
connection with such work and systems whether or not mentioned specifically herein or on
the Drawings.
B.
The Contractor shall be responsible for fitting his material and apparatus into the building
and shall carefully lay out his work at the site to conform to the structural conditions, to avoid
all obstructions, to conform to the details of the installation and thereby to provide an
integrated satisfactory operating installation.
C.
The Mechanical, Electrical, and associated Drawings are necessarily diagrammatic by their
nature, and are not intended to show every connection in detail or every pipe or conduit in its
exact location. These details are subject to the requirements of standards referenced
elsewhere in these specifications, and structural and architectural conditions. The
Contractor shall carefully investigate structural and finish conditions and shall coordinate the
separate trades in order to avoid interference between the various phases of work. Work
shall be organized and laid out so that it will be concealed in furred chases and suspended
ceilings, etc., in finished portions of the building, unless specifically noted to be exposed. All
exposed work shall be installed parallel or perpendicular to the lines of the building unless
otherwise noted.
D.
When the mechanical and electrical Drawings do not give exact details as to the elevation of
pipe, conduit and ducts, the Contractor shall physically arrange the systems to fit in the
space available at the elevations intended with proper grades for the functioning of the
system involved. Piping, exposed conduit and the duct systems are generally intended to
be installed true and square to the building construction, and located as high as possible
against the structure in a neat and workmanlike manner. The Drawings do not show all
required offsets, control lines, pilot lines and other location details. Work shall be concealed
in all finished areas.
DEFINITIONS: (Note: These definitions are included here to clarify the direction and intention of
this specification. The list given here is not by any means complete. For further clarification as
required, contractor shall contact the designated owner’s representative.)
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A.
CONCEALED / EXPOSED: Concealed areas are those areas which cannot be seen by the
building occupants. Exposed areas are all areas which are exposed to view by the building
occupants, including under counters, inside cabinets and closets, plus all mechanical rooms.
B.
General Requirements: The provisions of requirements of other Division 01 sections apply
to entire work of contract and, where so indicated, to other elements which are included in
project. Basic contract definitions are included in the General Conditions.
C.
Indicated: The term "indicated" is a cross reference to graphic representations, notes or
schedules on drawings, to other paragraphs or schedules in the Specifications, and to
similar means of recording requirements on contract documents. Where terms such as
"shown", "noted", "scheduled", and "specified" are used in lieu of "indicated", it is for the
purpose of helping reader locate the cross reference, and no limitation of location is
intended except as specifically noted.
D.
Directed, requested, etc.: Where not otherwise explained, terms such as "directed",
"requested", "authorized", "selected", "approved", "required", "accepted", and "permitted"
mean directed by Architect/Engineer", "requested by Architect/Engineer" and similar
phrases. However, no such implied meaning will be interpreted to extend
Architect's/Engineer's responsibility into Contractor's area of construction supervision and
job safety.
E.
And/Or: Where "and/or" is used in these Specifications or on the Drawings, it shall mean
"that situations exist where either one or both conditions occur or are required and shall not
be interpreted to permit an option on the part of the Contractor.
F.
Approve: Where used in conjunction with Architect's/Engineer's response to submittals,
requests, applications, inquiries, reports and claims by Contractor, the meaning of term
"approved" will be held to limitations to Architect's/Engineer's responsibilities and duties as
specified in General and Supplementary Conditions. In no case will "approval" by
Architect/Engineer be interpreted as a release of Contractor from responsibilities to fulfill
requirements of contract documents or to extend Architect's/Engineer's responsibility into
Contractor's area of construction supervision and job safety.
G.
As required: Where "as required" is used in these Specifications or on the drawings, it shall
mean "that situations exist that are not necessarily described in detail or indicated that may
cause the contractor certain complications in performing the work described or indicated.
These complications entail the normal coordination activities expected of the Contractor
where multiple trades are involved and new or existing construction causes deviations to
otherwise simplistic approaches to the work to be performed. The term shall not be
interpreted to permit an option on the part of the Contractor to achieve the end result."
H.
Furnish:
1. The term "furnish" is used to mean "supply and deliver to project site, ready for
unloading, unpacking, assemble, installation, and similar operations."
2. Where "furnish" applies to work for which the installation is not otherwise specified,
"furnish" in such case shall mean "furnish and install."
I. Install: The term "install" is used to describe operations at project site including "unloading,
unpacking, assembly, erection, placing, anchoring, applying, working to dimension, finishing,
curing, protecting, cleaning and similar operation."
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J.
1.05
1.06
1.07
Provide: The term "provide" means "to furnish and install, complete and ready for intended
use."
PERMITS, UTILITY CONNECTIONS AND INSPECTIONS:
A.
General: Refer to DIVISION 01 for construction phasing and time increments.
B.
Fees and Costs: Refer to Division 01 for payment requirements of fees and utility costs.
C.
All work performed on this project is under the authority of the State of Texas, therefore no
local construction fees or construction permits will be required except as may be required for
new service taps, or new or modified connections to City controlled services. If inspections
by City personnel are specifically required by this document, refer to Division 01 for
responsibility.
D.
Compliance: The Contractor shall comply in every respect with all requirements of National
Fire Protection Association, local Fire Department regulations and utility company
requirements. In no case does this relieve the Contractor of the responsibility of complying
with these Specifications and Drawings where specified conditions are of higher quality than
the requirements of the above-specified authorities. Where requirements of the
Specifications and Drawings are more lenient than the requirements of the above authorities
having jurisdiction, the Contractor shall make installations in compliance with the
requirements of the above authorities with no extra compensation.
CONTRACT DOCUMENTS:
A.
All dimensional information related to new structures shall be taken from the appropriate
Drawings. All dimensional information related to existing facilities shall be taken from actual
measurements made by the Contractor on the site.
B.
The interrelation of the Specifications, the Drawings, and the schedules are as follows: The
Specifications determine the nature and setting of the several materials, the Drawings
establish the quantities, dimensions and details, and the schedules give the performance
characteristics. If the Contractor requires additional clarification, he shall request it in
writing, following the contractually prescribed information flow requirements.
C.
Should the Drawings or Specifications conflict within themselves, or with each other, the
better quality, or greater size or quantity of work or materials shall be performed or
furnished.
FUTURE WORK
A.
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Provide for future work under requirements of Section 01 11 00.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Refer to Uniform General Conditions.
B.
Proposed Products List: Include Products specified in the following Sections:
1.
Section 23 05 29 - Sleeves, Flashings, Supports and Anchors
2.
Section 23 05 53 - Mechanical Identification
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3.
Section 23 05 93 – Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB)
4.
Section 23 05 93A – Testing, Adjusting and Balancing Contractor Responsibilities
5.
Section 23 07 13 - Ductwork Insulation
6.
Section 23 09 23 - Direct Digital Control Systems
7.
Section 23 31 00 - Ductwork
8.
Section 23 33 00 - Ductwork Accessories
9.
Section 23 36 00 - Air Terminal Units
9.
Section 23 37 00 - Air Inlets and Outlets
C.
Submit shop drawings and product data grouped to include complete submittals of related
systems, products, and accessories in a single submittal.
D.
Mark dimensions and values in units to match those specified.
E.
Submit Fabrication Drawings whenever (1) equipment proposed varies in physical size and
arrangement from that indicated on the Drawings, thus causing rearrangement of equipment
space, (2) where tight spaces require extreme coordination between ductwork, piping,
conduit, and other equipment, (3) where called for elsewhere in these Specifications; and (4)
where specifically requested by the Architect/Engineer. Fabrication Drawings shall be made
at no additional charge to the Owner or the Architect/Engineer.
F.
All required Fabrication Drawings, except as noted otherwise, shall be prepared at a scale of
not less than 1/4" = 1'-0". Fabrication Drawings for ductwork, air handling units, and
sections in Mechanical Rooms shall be drawn at a minimum scale of 3/8" = 1'-0". Submit
three blueline prints of each Fabrication Drawing to the Architect/Engineer for review.
Reproduction and submittal of the Construction Documents is not acceptable. The
Architect/Engineer will review the drawing and return one print with comments.
SUBSTITUTION OF MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT:
A.
Refer to General Conditions for substitution of materials and equipment.
B.
General: Within thirty days after the date of contract award or work order, whichever is later,
and before purchasing or starting installation of materials or equipment, the Contractor shall
submit for review, a complete list of suppliers, contractors and manufacturers for all
materials and equipment which will be submitted for incorporation into the project. The list
shall be arranged in accordance with the organization of the Specifications. This initial list
shall include the manufacturer's name and type or catalog number as required to identify the
quality of material or equipment proposed. This list will be reviewed by the Engineer and the
Owner and will be returned to the Contractor with comments as to which items are
acceptable without further submittal data and which items will require detailed submittal data
for further review and subsequent approval. The initial list shall be submitted as herein
specified. Materials and equipment requiring detailed submittal data shall be submitted with
sufficient data to indicate that all requirements of these Specifications have been met and
samples shall be furnished when requested. All manufacturer's data used as part of the
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submittal shall have all inapplicable features crossed out or deleted in a manner that will
clearly indicate exactly what is to be furnished.
C.
It is not the intent of the Drawings and/or Specifications to limit products to any particular
manufacturer nor to discriminate against an "APPROVED EQUAL" product as produced by
another manufacturer. Some proprietary products are mentioned to set a definite standard
for acceptance and to serve as a reference in comparison with other products. When a
manufacturer's name appears in these Specifications, it is not to be construed that the
manufacturer is unconditionally acceptable as a provider of equipment for this project. The
successful manufacturer or supplier shall meet all of the provisions of the appropriate
specification(s).
D.
The specified products have been used in preparing the Drawings and Specifications and
thus establish minimum qualities with which substitutes must at least equal to be considered
acceptable. The burden of proof of equality rests with the Contractor. The decision of the
designer is final.
E.
When requested by the Architect/Engineer, the Contractor shall provide a sample of the
proposed substitute item. In some cases, samples of both the specified item and the
proposed item shall be provided for comparison purposes.
F.
Timeliness: The burden of timeliness in the complete cycle of submittal data, shop
Drawings, and sample processing is on the Contractor. The Contractor shall allow a
minimum of six (6) weeks time frame for review of each submission by the office of the
design discipline involved after receipt of such submissions by that design discipline. The
Contractor is responsible for allowing sufficient time in the construction schedule to cover
the aforementioned cycles of data processing, including time for all resubmittal cycles on
unacceptable materials, equipment, etc. covered by the data submitted. Construction
delays and/or lack of timeliness in the above regard are the responsibility of the Contractor
and will not be considered in any request for scheduled construction time extensions and/or
additional costs to the Owner.
G.
All equipment installed on this project shall have local representation, local factory
authorized service, and a local stock of repair parts.
H.
Acceptance of materials and equipment will be based on manufacturer's published data and
will be tentative subject to the submission of complete shop Drawings indicating compliance
with the contract documents and that adequate and acceptable clearances for entry,
servicing, and maintenance will exist. Acceptance of materials and equipment under this
provision shall not be construed as authorizing any deviations from the Specifications,
unless the attention of the Architect/Engineer has been directed in writing to the specific
deviations. Data submitted shall not contain unrelated information unless all pertinent
information is properly identified.
I.
Certification: The Contractor shall carefully examine all data forwarded for approval and
shall sign a certificate to the effect that the data has been carefully checked and found to be
correct with respect to dimensions and available space and that the equipment complies
with all requirements of the Specifications.
J.
Physical Size of Equipment: Space is critical; therefore, equipment of larger sizes than
shown, even though of specified manufacturer, will not be acceptable unless it can be
demonstrated that ample space exists for proper installation, operation, and maintenance.
K.
Materials and Equipment Lists: Eight (8) copies of the list of materials and equipment, the
name of manufacturer, trade name, type, and catalog number shall be submitted to the
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Architect/Engineer. The lists shall be accompanied by eight (8) sets of pictorial and
descriptive data derived from the manufacturers' catalogs, sales literature, or incorporated in
the Shop Drawings.
L.
1.10
1.11
MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP:
A.
All materials, unless otherwise specified, shall be new, free from all defects, suitable for the
intended use, and of the best quality of their respective kinds. Materials and equipment
shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations and the best
standard practice for the type of work involved. All work shall be executed by mechanics
skilled in their respective trades, and the installations shall provide a neat, precise
appearance. Materials and/or equipment damaged in shipment or otherwise damaged prior
to installation shall not be repaired at the job site but shall be replaced with new materials
and/or equipment.
B.
The responsibility for the furnishing of the proper equipment and/or material and seeing that
it is installed as intended by the manufacturer, rests entirely upon the Contractor who shall
request advice and supervisory assistance from the representative of specific manufacturers
during the installation.
FLAME SPREAD PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS:
A.
1.12
Should a substitution be accepted, and should the substitute material prove defective, or
otherwise unsatisfactory for the service intended within the guarantee period, this material or
equipment shall be replaced with the material or equipment specified at no additional cost to
the Owner.
Materials and adhesives incorporated in this project to be installed within return air plenums
shall conform to NFPA Standard 255, "Method of Test of Surface Burning Characteristics of
Building Materials" and NFPA 90. The classification shall not exceed a flame spread rating
of 25 for all materials, adhesives, finishes, etc., specified for each system, and shall not
exceed a smoke developed rating of 50.
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
A.
The "Authority Having Jurisdiction" over the project described by these documents is the
Owner, as an Agency of the State of Texas. As such, it is required that the installation shall
meet the minimum standards prescribed in the latest editions of the following listed codes
and standards, which are made a part of these Specifications. All referenced codes and
standards shall be those current at the date of issue of the design documents.
B.
National Fire Protection Association Standards (NFPA):
1.
NFPA No. 13, Sprinkler System, Installation
2.
NFPA No. 14, Standpipes and Hose Systems
3.
NFPA No. 20, Centrifugal Fire Pumps
4.
NFPA No. 37, Stationary Combustion Engines & Gas Turbines
5.
NFPA No. 45, Fire Protection for Laboratories Using Chemicals
6.
NFPA No. 51, Welding & Cutting, Oxygen-Fuel Gas Systems
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7.
NFPA No. 54, Gas Appliances, Piping, National Fuel Gas Code
8.
NFPA No. 70, National Electrical Code
9.
NFPA No. 72D, Proprietary Signaling Systems
10. NFPA No. 78, Lightning Protection Code
11. NFPA No. 90A, Air Conditioning Systems
12. NFPA No. 91, Blower & Exhaust Systems
13. NFPA No. 99, Health Care Facilities
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NFPA No. 101, Life Safety Code
15. NFPA No. 200, Series, Building Construction
16. NFPA No. 255, Method of Test of Surface Burning Characteristics of Building
Materials
27. NFPA No. 258, Standard Research Test Method for Determining Smoke Generation
of Solid Materials
C.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI):
1.
A40.8, National Plumbing Code
2.
B31.1, Power Piping
3.
B9.1, Safety Code for Mechanical Refrigeration
D.
American Gas Association Publications (AGA): Directory of Approved Gas Appliances and
Tested Accessories
E.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME): Boiler and Pressure Vessel Codes
F.
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute Standards (ARI): All standards related to
refrigeration and air conditioning equipment and piping furnished under these Specifications.
G.
Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association, Inc. (SMACNA): All
current editions of applicable manuals and standards (See Sections 23 31 00.UT and 23 33
00.UT).
H.
Air Moving and Conditioning Association (AMCA): All current editions of applicable manuals
and standards.
I.
American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM): All current editions of applicable manuals
and standards.
J.
American Water Works Association (AWWA): All current editions of applicable manuals and
standards.
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K.
National Electrical Manufacturers' Association (NEMA): All current editions of applicable
manuals and standards.
L.
City of Houston, Fire Department as may be applicable to construction on this site.
M.
International Building Code, (Includes the International Mechanical and International
Plumbing Codes)
N.
Texas Occupational Safety Act: All applicable safety standards
O.
Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
P. ADA and ANSI Standards: All work shall be in accord with all regulations and requirements
of the Standards and Specifications for Handicapped and Disabled for the Construction of
Public Buildings and Facilities in the State of Texas Usable by Physically Handicapped and
Disabled persons, ANSI Standards and the requirements of the American Disabilities Act.
Q. Texas State Fire Marshal Rules
R. State Energy Code
S. Refer to Specification Sections hereinafter bound for additional Codes and Standards.
T. All materials and workmanship shall comply with all applicable state and national codes,
Specifications, and industry standards. In all cases where Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc.
have established standards for a particular type material, such material shall comply with
these standards. Evidence of compliance shall be the UL "label" or "listing" under
Re-Examination Service.
U. The Contract Documents are intended to comply with the aforementioned rules and
regulations; however, some discrepancies may occur. Where such discrepancies occur, the
Contractor shall immediately notify the Architect/Engineer in writing of said discrepancies and
apply for an interpretation. Should the discovery and notification occur after the execution of
a contract, any additional work required for compliance with said regulations shall be paid for
as covered by Division 01 of these Contract Documents, providing no work of fabrication of
materials has been accomplished in a manner of noncompliance. Should the Contractor
fabricate and/or install materials and/or workmanship in such a manner that does not comply
with the applicable codes, rules and regulations, the Contractor who performed such work
shall bear all costs arising in correcting these deficiencies to comply with said rules and
regulations.
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GENERAL MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS:
A.
Storage at Site: The Contractor shall not receive material or equipment at the job site until
there is suitable space provided to properly protect equipment from rust, drip, humidity, and
dust damage.
B.
Capacities shall be not less than those indicated but shall be such that no component or
system becomes inoperative or is damaged because of startup or other overload conditions.
C.
Conformance with Agency Requirements: Where materials or equipment are specified to be
approved, listed, tested, or labeled by the Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc., or constructed
and/or tested in accordance with the standards of the American Society of Mechanical
Engineers or the Air Moving and Conditioning Association, the Contractor shall submit proof
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that the items furnished under this Section of the Specifications conform to such
requirements. The label of the Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., applied to the item will be
acceptable as sufficient evidence that the items conform to such requirements. The ASME
stamp or the AMCA label will be acceptable as sufficient evidence that the items conform to
the respective requirements.
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D.
Nameplates: Each major component of equipment shall have the manufacturer's name,
address, and catalog number on a plate securely attached to the item of equipment. All data
on nameplates shall be legible at the time of Final Inspection.
E.
Prevention of Rust: Standard factory finish will be acceptable on equipment specified by
model number; otherwise, surfaces of ferrous metal shall be given a rust inhibiting coating.
The treatment shall withstand 200 hours in salt spray fog test, in accordance with Method
6061 of Federal Standard No. 141. Immediately after completion of the test, the specimen
shall show no signs of wrinkling or cracking and no signs of rust creepage beyond 1/8" on
either side of the scratch mark. Where rust inhibitor coating is specified hereinafter, any
treatment that will pass the above test is acceptable unless a specific coating is specified
except that coal tar or asphalt type coating will not be acceptable unless so stated for a
specific item. Where steel is specified to be hot-dip galvanized, mill-galvanized sheet steel
may be used provided all raw edges are painted with a zinc-pigmented paint conforming to
Military Specification MIL-P-26915.
F.
Protection from Moving Parts: Belts, pulleys, chains, gears, couplings, projecting set
screws, keys, and other rotating parts shall be fully enclosed or properly guarded for
personnel protection.
G.
Verification of Dimensions: The Contractor shall be responsible for the coordination and
proper relation of his work to the building structure and to the work of all trades. The
Contractor shall visit the premises and become thoroughly familiar with all details of the work
and working conditions, to verify all dimensions in the field, and to advise the
Architect/Engineer of any discrepancy before performing any work. Adjustments to the work
required in order to facilitate a coordinated installation shall be made at no additional cost to
the Owner or the Architect/Engineer.
WALL, FLOOR AND CEILING PLATES:
A.
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SLEEVES, INSERTS, AND FASTENINGS:
A.
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See Section 23 05 29.
See Section 23 05 29.
PROJECT/SITE CONDITIONS
A.
Install Work in locations shown on Drawings, unless prevented by Project conditions.
B.
Prepare drawings showing proposed rearrangement of Work to meet Project conditions,
including changes to Work specified in other Sections. Obtain permission of
Architect/Engineer before proceeding.
MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS
A.
The manufacturer's published directions shall be followed in the delivery, storage, protection,
installation, piping, and wiring of all equipment and material. The Contractor shall promptly
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notify the Architect/Engineer, in writing, of any conflict between the requirements of the
Contract Documents and the manufacturers' directions, and shall obtain the
Architect/Engineer's instructions before proceeding with the work. Should the Contractor
perform any such work that does not comply with the manufacturers' directions or such
instructions from the Architect/Engineer, he shall bear all costs arising in connection with the
deficiencies.
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1.19
SPACE AND EQUIPMENT ARRANGEMENT:
A.
The size of mechanical and electrical equipment indicated on the Drawings is based on the
dimensions of a particular manufacturer and a particular model. While other manufacturers
and models may be acceptable, it is the responsibility of the Contractor to determine if the
equipment he proposes to furnish will fit in the space with all adequate clearances.
Fabrication Drawings shall be prepared when required by the Architect/Engineer or Owner
to indicate a suitable arrangement.
B.
All equipment shall be installed in a manner to permit access to all surfaces. All valves,
motors, drives, filters, and other accessory items shall be installed in a position to allow
removal for service without disassembly of another part.
LARGE APPARATUS:
A.
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Any large piece of apparatus which is to be installed in any space in the building, and which
is too large to permit access through stairways, doorways, or shafts shall be brought to the
job and placed in the space before the enclosing structure is completed. Following
placement in the space, such apparatus shall be thoroughly, completely protected from
damage as hereinafter specified.
PROTECTION:
A.
The Contractor shall at all times take such precautions as may be necessary to properly
protect all materials and equipment from damage from the time of delivery until the
completion of the work. This shall include the erection of all required temporary shelters and
supports to adequately protect any items stored in the open on the site from the weather, the
ground and surrounding work; the cribbing of any items above the floor of the construction;
and the covering of items in the incomplete building with tarpaulins or other protective
covering; the installation of electric heaters in electrical switchgear and similar equipment to
prevent moisture damage. Failure on the part of the Contractor to comply with the above
will be sufficient cause for the rejection of the items in question.
B.
Take particular care not to damage the building structure in performing work. All finished
floors, step treads, and finished surfaces shall be covered to prevent any damage by
workmen or their tools and equipment during the construction of the building.
C.
Equipment and materials shall be protected from rust both before and after installation. Any
equipment or materials found in a rusty condition at the time of final inspection must be
cleaned of rust and repainted as specified elsewhere in these Specifications.
COOPERATION BETWEEN TRADES AND WITH OTHER CONTRACTORS:
A.
Each trade, subcontractor, and/or Contractor must work in harmony with the various other
trades (including Controls and Testing and Balancing), subcontractors and/or Contractors on
the job as may be required to facilitate the progress to the best advantage of the job as a
whole. Each trade, subcontractor, and/or Contractor must pursue its work promptly and
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carefully so as not to delay the general progress of the job. This Contractor shall work in
harmony with Contractors working under other contracts on the premises.
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ELECTRICAL WIRING OF MOTORS AND EQUIPMENT:
A.
The Contractor shall note that the electrical design and Drawings are based on the
equipment scheduled and indicated on the Drawings, and should any mechanical equipment
be provided requiring changes to the electrical design, the required electrical changes shall
be made at no cost to the Owner.
B.
The Electrical Trades shall provide all interconnecting wiring for the installation of all power.
The Electrical Trades shall provide all disconnect switches as required for proper operation,
as indicated on the Drawings or required by applicable code. All combination starters,
individual starters, and other motor starting apparatus not specifically scheduled or specified
as provided by the equipment manufacturer under the scope of Division 23, shall be
provided under the scope of Division 26.
C.
The Mechanical Trades shall provide complete wiring diagrams indicating power wiring and
interlock wiring. Diagrams shall be submitted to the Architect/Engineer for review within
thirty (30) days after the submittals for equipment have been reviewed. Diagrams shall be
based on accepted equipment and shall be complete full phase and interlock control
Drawings, not a series of manufacturer's individual diagrams. After these diagrams have
been reviewed by the Architect/Engineer, copies shall be transmitted to the Electrical Trades
by the Contractor. They shall be followed in detail.
SUPERVISION:
A.
Each Contractor and subcontractor shall keep a competent superintendent or foreman on
the job at all times. (Refer to the Uniform General Conditions for additional information
concerning supervision.)
B.
It shall be the responsibility of each superintendent to study all Drawings and familiarize
himself with the work to be done by other trades. He shall coordinate his work with other
trades and before material is fabricated or installed, make sure that his work will not cause
an interference with another trade. Where interferences are encountered, they shall be
resolved at the job site by the superintendents involved. Where interferences cannot be
resolved without major changes to the Drawings, the matter shall be referred to the A/E for
ruling.
SITE OBSERVATION:
A.
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Site observation by the Architect/Engineer is for the express purpose of verifying compliance
by the Contractor with the Contract Documents, and shall not be construed as construction
supervision nor indication of approval of the manner or location in which the work is being
performed as being a safe practice or place.
PRECEDENCE OF MATERIALS
A.
The specifications determine the nature and setting of materials and equipment. The
drawings establish quantities, dimensions and details.
B.
The installation precedence of materials shall be as follows. Note that if an interference is
encountered, this shall guide the contractor in the determination of which trade shall be
given the "Right-of-Way".
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Building lines
Structural Members
Soil and Drain Piping
Condensate Drains
Vent Piping
Supply, Return, and Outside Air Ductwork
Exhaust Ductwork
HVAC Water and Steam Piping
Steam Condensate Piping
Fire Protection Piping
Natural Gas Piping
Domestic Water (Cold and Hot)
Refrigerant Piping
Electrical Conduit
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CONNECTIONS FOR OTHERS:
A.
The Mechanical Contractor shall rough in for and make all gas, water, steam, sewer, etc.
connections to all fixtures, equipment, machinery, etc., provided by others in accordance
with detailed roughing-in Drawings provided by the equipment suppliers, by actual
measurements of the equipment connections, or as detailed.
B.
After the equipment is set in place, this Contractor shall make all final connections and shall
provide all required pipe, fittings, valves, traps, etc.
C.
Provide all air gap fittings required, using materials hereinbefore specified. In each service
line connected to an item of equipment or piece of machinery, provide a shutoff valve. On
each drain not provided with a trap, provide a suitable trap.
D.
All pipe fittings, valves, traps, etc., exposed in finished areas and connected to chrome
plated lines provided by others shall be chrome plated to match.
E.
Provide all sheet metal ductwork, transition pieces, etc., required for a complete installation
of vent hoods, fume hoods, etc., provided by others.
INSTALLATION METHODS:
A.
Where to Conceal: All pipes, conduits, etc., shall be concealed in pipe chases, walls, furred
spaces, or above the ceilings of the building unless otherwise indicated.
B.
Where to Expose: In mechanical rooms, janitor's closets tight against pan soffits in exposed
"Tee" structures, or storage spaces, but only where necessary, piping may be run exposed.
All exposed piping shall be run in the most aesthetic, inconspicuous manner, and parallel or
perpendicular to the building lines.
C.
Support: All piping, ducts and conduits shall be adequately and properly supported from the
building structure by means of hanger rods or clamps to walls as herein specified.
D.
Maintaining Clearance: Where limited space is available above the ceilings below concrete
beams or other deep projections, pipe and conduit shall be sleeved through the projection
where it crosses, rather than hung below them in a manner to provide maximum above-floor
clearance. Sleeves shall be as herein specified. Approval shall be obtained from the
Architect/Engineer for each penetration.
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All pipe, conduits, etc., shall be cut accurately to measurements established at the building
and shall be worked into place without springing or forcing. All ducts, pipes and conduits run
exposed in machinery and equipment rooms shall be installed parallel to the building lines,
except that piping shall be sloped to obtain the proper pitch. Piping, ducts and conduits run
in furred ceilings, etc., shall be similarly installed, except as otherwise shown. Conduits in
furred ceilings and in other concealed spaces shall be neatly grouped and racked indicating
good workmanship. All conduit and pipe openings shall be kept closed until the systems are
closed with final connections.
1.
All piping not directly buried in the ground shall be considered as "interior piping".
2.
Prior to the installation of any ceiling material, gypsum, plaster, or acoustical board,
the Contractor shall notify the construction inspector so that arrangement can be
made for an inspection of the above-ceiling area about to be "sealed" off. The
Contractor shall give as much advance notice as possible no less than 10 working
days.
3.
All above-ceiling areas will be subject to a formal inspection before ceiling panels are
installed, or installation is otherwise concealed from view. All mechanical and
electrical work at and above the ceiling, including items supported by the ceiling grid,
such as air inlets or outlets and lighting fixtures, shall be complete and installed in
accordance with contract requirements, including power to lighting fixtures, fans, and
other powered items. Adequate lighting shall be provided to permit thorough
inspection of all above-ceiling items. The inspection will include representatives of the
following: General Contractor and each Subcontractor having work above the ceiling,
Architect/Engineer, Physical Plant, Resident Construction Manager's Construction
Inspector(s), the Resident Construction Manager and Office of Facilities Planning and
Construction (OFPC). Areas to be included and time of inspection shall be
coordinated with the Construction Inspector.
4.
The purpose of this inspection is to verify the completeness and quality of the
installation of the air conditioning systems, the electrical systems, the plumbing
systems, and any other special above ceiling systems such as pneumatic tube,
vacuum systems, fire sprinkler piping and cable tray systems. The ceiling supports
(tee bar or lath) shall be in place so that access panel and light fixture locations are
identifiable and so that clearances and access provisions may be evaluated.
5.
No ceiling materials may be installed until the resulting deficiency list from this
inspection is worked off and the Construction Inspector has given approval.
RECORDS FOR OWNER:
A.
The Contractor shall maintain a set of "blueline" prints in the Field Office for the sole
purpose of recording "installed" conditions. Daily note all changes made in these Drawings
in connection with the final installation including exact dimensioned locations of all new
underground utilities, services and systems and all uncovered existing active and inactive
piping outside the building.
B.
At Contract completion the Contractor shall provide a set of reproducible revised drawings
per Division 01. The contractor shall transfer the information from the "blueline" prints
maintained as described above, and turn over this neatly marked set of reproducible
Drawings representing the "as installed" work to the Architect/Engineers for verification and
subsequent transmittal to the Owner. The Contractor shall refer to Division 01 of these
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Specifications, and to the Uniform General Conditions, for additional information. These
Drawings shall include as a minimum:
C.
F.
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1.
Addendum written drawing changes.
2.
Addendum supplementary drawings.
3.
Accurate, dimensioned locations of all underground utilities, services and systems.
4.
Identification of equipment work shown on Alternates as to whether alternates were
accepted and work actually installed.
5.
Change Order written drawing changes.
6.
Change Order supplementary drawings.
In addition to the above, the Contractor shall accumulate during the progress of the job the
following data, in duplicate, prepared in a neat brochure or packet folder and turn over to the
Architect/Engineer for review, and subsequent delivery to the Owner.
1.
All warranties and guarantees and manufacturers' directions on equipment and
material covered by the Contract.
2.
Two sets of operating instructions for heating and cooling and other mechanical and
electrical systems. Operating instructions shall also include recommended
preventative maintenance and seasonal changeover procedures.
3.
Valve tag charts and diagrams specified herein.
4.
Approved wiring diagrams and control diagrams representing "as installed" conditions.
5.
Copies of approved Shop Drawings.
6.
Any and all other data and/or drawings required as submittals during construction.
7.
Repair parts list of all major items and equipment including name, address and
telephone number of local supplier or agent.
All of the above data shall be submitted to the Architect/Engineer for approval, and shall be
corrected as instructed by the Architect/Engineer.
ACCESS DOORS:
A.
General: This Contractor shall provide wall or ceiling access doors for unrestricted access
to all concealed items of mechanical equipment or devices.
B.
Doors: Access doors mounted in painted surfaces shall be of Milcor (Inland-Ryerson
Construction Products Company) manufacture, Style K for plastered surfaces and Style M or
DW for non-plastered surfaces. The Style K doors shall be set so that the finished surface
of the door is even with the finished surface of the adjacent finishes. Access doors mounted
on tile surfaces shall be of similar construction as noted above, except they shall be of
stainless steel materials. Access doors shall be a minimum of 12" x 12" in size.
OPERATION PRIOR TO COMPLETION:
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A.
When any piece of mechanical equipment is operable and it is to the advantage of the
Contractor to operate the equipment, he may do so, providing that he properly supervises
the operation, and has the Construction Inspector's written permission to do so. The
warranty period shall, however, not commence until such time as the equipment is operated
for the beneficial use of the Owner, or date of substantial completion, whichever occurs first.
B.
Regardless of whether or not the equipment has or has not been operated, the Contractor
shall properly clean the equipment, install clean filter media, properly adjust, and complete
all deficiency list items before final acceptance by the Owner. The date of acceptance and
performance certification will be the same date.
CHECKING AND TESTING MATERIALS AND/OR EQUIPMENT:
A.
Before the work is accepted, an authorized representative of the manufacturer of the
installed materials and/or equipment shall personally inspect the installation and operation of
his materials and/or equipment to determine that it is properly installed and in proper
operating order. The qualifications of the representative shall be appropriate to the technical
requirements of the installation. The qualifications of the representative shall be submitted
to the owner for approval. The decision of the owner concerning the appropriateness of the
representative shall be final. Testing and checking shall be accomplished during the course
of the work where required by work being concealed, and at the completion of the work
otherwise. In addition, the Contractor shall submit to the Architect/Engineer a signed
statement from each representative certifying as follows: "I certify that the materials and/or
equipment listed below have been personally inspected by the undersigned authorized
manufacturer's representative and is properly installed and operating in accordance with the
manufacturer's recommendations".
B.
Check inspections shall include plumbing equipment, heating, air conditioning, insulation,
ventilating equipment, controls, mechanical equipment and such other items hereinafter
specified or specifically designated by the Architect/Engineer.
TESTS:
A.
The Contractor shall make, at no additional cost to the Owner, any tests deemed necessary
by the inspection departments having jurisdiction, and in the National Fire Protection
Association, ASTM, etc. Standards listed. The Contractor shall provide all equipment,
materials, and labor for making such tests. Reasonable amounts of fuel and electrical
energy costs for system tests will be paid by the Owner. Fuel and electrical energy costs for
system adjustment and tests which follow beneficial occupancy by the Owner will be borne
by the Owner.
B.
Additional tests specified hereinafter under the various Specification Sections shall be made.
C.
The Construction Inspector shall be notified in writing at least 10 working days prior to each
test and other Specification requirements requiring action on the part of the Construction
Inspector. All equipment shall be placed in operation and tested for proper automatic control
requirements before the balancing agency starts their work.
D.
Maintain Log of Tests as hereinafter specified.
E.
See Specifications hereinafter for additional tests and requirements.
LOG OF TESTS:
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All tests shall have pertinent data logged by the Contractor at the time of testing. Data shall
include date, time, personnel, description, and extent of system tested, test conditions, test
results, specified results, and other pertinent data. Data shall be delivered to the
Architect/Engineer as specified under "Requirements for Final Acceptance". All Test Log
entries shall be legibly signed by the Project Contractor or his authorized job superintendent.
COOPERATION AND CLEANUP:
A.
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It shall be the responsibility of each trade to cooperate fully with the other trades on the job
to help keep the job site in a clean and safe condition. At the end of each day's work, each
trade shall properly store all of his tools, equipment and materials and shall clean his debris
from the job. Upon the completion of the job, each trade shall immediately remove all of his
tools, equipment, any surplus materials and all debris caused by that portion of the work.
CLEANING AND PAINTING:
A.
All equipmentfurnished and installed in exposed areas under Divisions 23 and 26 of these
Specifications shall be cleaned, prepared, and painted according to the specification for the
equipment.
B.
All purchased equipment furnished by the mechanical and electrical subcontractors shall be
delivered to the job with a suitable factory protective finish with the colors hereinafter
specified. The following materials shall not be painted: copper, galvanized metal, stainless
steel, fiberglass, PVC, and PVDF.
C.
Before painting, materials and equipment surfaces shall be thoroughly cleaned of cement,
plaster, and other foreign materials, and all oil and grease spots shall be removed. Such
surfaces shall be carefully wiped and all cracks and corners scraped out. Exposed metal
work shall be carefully brushed down with the steel brushes to remove rust and other spots
and left smooth and clean.
D.
Color of finish painting noted shall be painted using Pratt and Lambert, Inc.'s "Effector"
enamel, or approved equal. Two coats shall be applied with a light tint first coat and deep
color for final coat. Colors shall be as follows:
ITEM
COLOR
"P and L" PAINT NUMBER
Pump Couplings and
Fuel Gas Piping
Safety Yellow
Y361M (Daisy Yellow)
Fire Protection
Equipment and Piping
Safety Red
R131R (Vibrant Red)
Note that the paint specified above is included for purposes of establishing a quality which
shall be used on this project. The proposed paint shall be submitted, and alternatives will be
considered using the submittal procedures specified in this document.
E.
Jacketing on insulation shall not be painted.
F.
No nameplates on equipment shall be painted, and suitable protection shall be afforded to
the plates to prevent their being rendered illegible due to the painting operation.
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Scope of painting for Division 23 and 26 work in areas other than those defined as
"exposed" is as follows:
1.
All canvas finishes including those underfloor and in concealed spaces shall be
painted with one sizing coat if not already sized, containing mildew resistant additive
and Arabol adhesive prior to any other specified finish paint.
2.
All fuel piping (natural gas, LPG, etc.) and all fire protection piping shall be painted
whether concealed or exposed, in all areas of the project without exception. Fuel
piping shall be painted safety yellow, and fire protection piping shall be painted safety
red. These "safety" colors shall be as defined by OSHA. Primer and first color coat
may be omitted on piping above ceilings.
3.
If insulated, the piping shall be primed, only, prior to insulation, and the insulation
jacketing shall be painted as specified for piping. The requirements of this paragraph
are "primary" and have priority over any conflicting specification or instruction, should
a conflict in the Construction Documents exist.
The surfaces to be finish painted shall first be prepared as follows:
1.
On canvas finishes pretreat as specified above. Insulated surfaces having vapor
barrier jacket exposed to view shall first be painted with one (1) coat of sealer.
2.
Galvanized and black steel surfaces shall first be painted with one (1) coat of P&L
galvanized metal primer. Primer may be eliminated on concealed fire and gas piping.
3.
Aluminum surfaces shall first be painted with one (1) coat of P&L zinc chromate
primer. (See Section 1.51.5)
4.
Cast iron pipe shall first be primed with a "nonbleed" primer.
5.
The underside of all cast iron sinks not recessed in a cabinet are included as items to
be painted in exposed areas.
Where factory applied finishes are damaged in transit, storage or installation, or before final
acceptance, they shall be restored to factory fresh condition by competent refinishers using
the spray process.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
NOT USED
PART 3 EXECUTION
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SECTION 23 05 29
SLEEVES, FLASHINGS, SUPPORTS AND ANCHORS
PART 1
GENERAL
1.00 The following sections are to be included as if written herein:
A. Section 23 00 00 – Basic Mechanical Requirements
B. Section 23 05 53 – Mechanical Identification
1.01
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Pipe and equipment hangers and supports
B.
Sleeves and seals
1.02
RELATED SECTIONS
A.
1.03
Section 23 07 16 - Ductwork Insulation
REFERENCES
A.
ASME B31.9 - Building Services Piping
B.
ASTM F708 - Design and Installation of Rigid Pipe Hangers
C.
MSS SP69 - Pipe Hangers and Supports - Materials, Design and Manufacturer
D.
MSS SP89 - Pipe Hangers and Supports - Selection and Application
E.
MSS SP89 - Pipe Hangers and Supports - Fabrication and Installation Practices
F.
NFPA 13 - Installation of Sprinkler Systems
G.
UL 203 - Pipe Hanger Equipment for Fire Protection Service
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SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 23 00 00.
B.
Shop Drawings: Indicate system layout with location and detail of trapeze hangers.
C.
Product Data: Provide manufacturers catalog data including load capacity.
D.
Design Data: Indicate load carrying capacity of trapeze, multiple pipe, and riser support
hangers.
E.
Manufacturer's Installation Instructions: Indicate special procedures and assembly of
components.
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REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
A.
Conform to applicable code for support of plumbing, hydronic, steam and steam condensate
piping.
B.
Supports for Sprinkler Piping: Shall be in conformance with NFPA 13.
C.
Supports for Standpipes: Shall be in conformance with NFPA 14.
PART 2
PRODUCTS
2.01
HANGERS AND SUPPORTS
A.
Manufacturers:
1.
Grinnell.
2.
Kindorf
3.
B-Line
4.
Power Strut
5.
Anvil International
B.
Supports, hangers, anchors and guides shall be provided for all horizontal and vertical piping.
Shop Drawings shall be provided, indicating locations and details of anchors, guides, expansion
loops and joints, hangers, etc. The hanger design shall conform to the ASME Code for
Pressure Piping.
C.
All auxiliary steel required for supports, anchors, guides, etc. shall be provided by the
Mechanical Trades unless specifically indicated to be provided by others.
D.
The supports, hangers, anchors, and guides for the chilled water supply and return piping,
steam piping, condensate return piping, etc. of the Campus Loop System routed above covered
walk shall be provided as indicated on the Drawings.
E.
Contractor shall review all Drawings, including Structural Drawings, for details regarding pipe
supports, anchors, hangers, and guides.
F.
All Supports shall be of type and arrangement to prevent excessive deflection, to avoid
excessive bending stresses between supports, and to eliminate transmission of vibration.
G.
All rod sizes indicated in this Specification are minimum sizes only. This trade shall be
responsible for structural integrity of all supports, anchors, guides, etc. All structural hanging
materials shall have a minimum safety factor of 5 built in.
H.
Anchor points as indicated on Drawings or as required shall be located and constructed to
permit the piping system to take up its expansion and contraction freely in opposite directions
away from the anchored points.
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I.
Guide points shall be located and constructed wherever required or indicated on Drawings and
at each side of an expansion joint or loop, to permit free axial movement only.
J.
Supports, hangers, anchors, and guides shall be fastened to the structure only at such points
where the structure is capable of restraining the forces in the piping system.
K.
Other special type of hangers may be employed where so specified or indicated on the
Drawings, or where required by the particular conditions. In any case, all hangers must be
acceptable to the owner.
L.
All electrical conduits shall be run parallel or perpendicular to adjacent building lines. Single
conduits running horizontally shall be supported by "Caddy" or "Minerallac" type hangers from
adequately sized rods (minimum 1/4") from the building structure. Where multiple conduits are
run horizontally, they shall be supported on trapeze of "Unistrut" type channel suspended on
rods or bolted to vertical building members. Conduit shall be secured to channel with galvanized
"Unistrut" type conduit clamps or stainless steel "Unistrut" type "Uni-Clips.” All hangers shall be
fastened to the building structure in the same manner as specified above for pipe hangers.
Spacing of hangers shall be adequate for the weight and rigidity of the conduits involved; in any
case, no greater than 8' centers. Where feasible, conduits may be fastened to the concrete by
one-hole straps thoroughly anchored to the concrete in an approved manner. Flexible conduit
shall also be supported in an acceptable manner so as not to interfere with the maintenance of
above-ceiling equipment, and to support it from touching the ceiling system. Conduit shall be
located so as not to inhibit removal of ceiling tiles.
M.
Vertical conduits shall be supported as often as necessary for rigidity by clamps resting on
adjacent beams or floor slabs, using a minimum of one support per floor.
N.
Perforated strap iron or wire will not, under any circumstances, be acceptable as hanger
material.
O.
Where specifically noted on the drawings that one material is to be hung from the support of
another material due to space restrictions, the hangers shall be sized to properly carry the
weight of all items to be supported by such.
P.
Vibration Isolation: Resilient hangers shall be provided on all piping connected to rotating
equipment (pumps, etc.). Piping or ductwork that may vibrate and create an audible noise shall
also be isolated. Spring hangers or supports shall be provided where indicated on the Drawings
and/or specified under Section 23 05 48.
Q.
Attachment:
1.
The load and spacing on each hanger and/or insert shall not exceed the safe allowable load
for any component of the support system, including the concrete which holds the inserts.
Reinforcement at inserts shall be provided as required to develop the strength required.
2.
Inserts shall be of a type which will not interfere with reinforcing as shown on the structural
Drawings and which will not displace excessive amounts of structural concrete.
3.
All supports shall be designed and installed to avoid interference with other piping, hangers,
ducts, electrical conduit, supports, building structures, equipment, etc. All piping shall be
installed with due regard to expansion and contraction and the type of hanger method of
support, location of support, etc. shall be governed in part by this Specification.
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Hangers shall be attached to the structure as follows:
a)
Poured In Place Concrete: Where pipes and equipment are supported under
poured in place concrete construction, each hanger rod shall be fitted with a nut at
its upper end, which nut shall be set into an Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. listed
universal concrete insert placed in the form work before concrete is poured. Where
inserts are placed in the bottom faces of concrete joists which are too narrow to
provide adequate strength of concrete to hold the insert properly or where a larger
insert would require displacement of the bottom joist steel, the hanger rod shall be
suspended from the center of a horizontal angle iron, channel iron, I-beam, etc.
spanning across two adjacent joists. The horizontal support shall be bolted to
nonadjustable concrete inserts of the "spot" type, of physical size small enough to
avoid the bottom joist steel.
b)
Steel Bar Joists: Where pipes and loads are supported under bar joists, hanger
rods may be run through the space between the bottom angles and secured with a
washer and two nuts. Where larger lines are supported beneath bar joists, hanger
rods shall be secured to angle irons of adequate size; each angle shall span across
two or more joists as required to distribute the weight properly and shall be welded
to the joists or otherwise permanently fixed thereto.
c)
Steel Beams: Where pipes and loads are supported under steel beams, approved
type beam clamps shall be used.
d)
Pre-Cast Tee Structural Concrete: Hanger supports, anchors, etc. required for
mechanical systems attached to the precast, double tee, structural concrete system
are to be installed in accord with approved shop Drawings only. Holes required for
hanger rods shall be core drilled in the "flange" of the double tee only; impact type
tools are not allowed under any circumstances. Core drilling in the "stem" portions
of the double tee is not allowed. Holes core drilled through the "flange" for hanger
rods shall be no greater than 1/4" larger than the diameter of the hanger rod.
Hanger rods shall be supported by means of bearing plates of size and shape
acceptable to the Architect/Engineer, with welded double nuts on the hanger rod
above the bearing plate. Cinch anchors, lead shields, expansion bolts, and studs
driven by explosion charges are not allowed under any circumstances in the lower
15" of each stem and in the "shadow" of the stem on the top side of the "double
tees.”
e)
If it is necessary to install a method of fastening a hanger after the structure has
been installed, then only clamps or drilled anchors shall be used.
Power-actuated fasteners (shooting) will not be acceptable under any
circumstances.
Note: Under no circumstances will the use of plastic anchors or plastic
expansion shields be permitted for any purpose whatsoever.
5.
R.
Power-actuated fasteners (shooting) will not be acceptable under any circumstances.
Finishes: All hangers on piping including clevis hangers, rods, inserts, clamps, stanchions, and
brackets, shall be dipped in Zinc Chromate Primer before installation. Rods may be galvanized
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or cadmium plated after threading, in lieu of dipping zinc chromate. Universal concrete inserts
shall be cadmium plated.
S.
Trapezes: Where multiple lines are run horizontally at the same elevation and grade, they may
be supported on trapezes of Kindorf, Uni-Strut, Power Strut, or approved equal,
channel-suspended on rods or pipes. Trapeze members including suspension rods shall each
be properly sized for the number, size, and loaded weight of the lines they are to support.
T.
Miscellaneous: Provide any other special foundations, hangers and supports indicated on the
Drawings, specified elsewhere herein; or required by conditions at the site. Hangers and
supporting structures for suspended equipment shall be provided as required to support the load
from the building structure in a manner acceptable to the Architect/Engineer.
U.
Miscellaneous: Provide any other special foundations, hangers and supports indicated on the
Drawings, specified elsewhere herein; or required by conditions at the site. Hangers and
supporting structures for suspended equipment shall be provided as required to support the load
from the building structure in a manner acceptable to the Architect/Engineer.
V.
Ductwork supported from the floor: Ductwork supported from the floor shall be done by the
same means as that supported from above, but shall include a neoprene vibration isolation
spacer to restrict vibration transmission to the structure below.
2.03
ACCESSORIES
A.
Hanger Rods: Galvanized mild steel threaded both ends, galvanized threaded one end, or
galvanized continuous threaded.
B.
Inserts: Malleable iron case of galvanized steel shell and expander plug for threaded connection
with lateral adjustment, top slot for reinforcing rods, lugs for attaching to forms; size inserts to suit
threaded hanger rods. Suitable concrete inserts for pipe and equipment hangers shall be set
and properly located for all pipe and equipment to be suspended from concrete construction. If
the inserts are later found not to be in the proper location for the placement of hangers, then
drilled anchors shall be installed. Drilled anchors in concrete or masonry shall be submitted for
the approval by the Owner.
2.04
WALL, FLOOR AND CEILING PLATES:
A.
2.05
Except as otherwise noted, provide C.P. (Chrome plated) brass floor and ceiling plates around all
pipes, conduits, etc., passing exposed through walls, floors, or ceilings, in any spaces except
underfloor and attic spaces. Plates shall be sized to fit snugly against the outside of the pipe or
against the insulation on lines which are insulated and positively secured to such pipe or
insulation. Plates will not be required for piping where pipe sleeves extend 3/4" above finished
floor. All equipment rooms are classified as finished areas. Round and rectangular ducts shall
have closure plates (NOT chrome plated) made to fit accurately at all floor, wall and ceiling
penetrations. Floor penetrations in exposed (except in stair wells) areas shall be finished using
'bell' fitting to fit pipe or insulation and sleeve and shall be painted to match the pipe.
Penetrations in stairwells shall have flat floor plate painted to match pipe.
SLEEVES
A.
General: All openings through all floors, walls, and roofs, etc., regardless of material for the
passage of piping, ductwork, conduit, cable trays, etc., shall be sleeved. All penetrations must
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pass through sleeves. Sleeves shall be set in new construction before concrete is poured, as
cutting holes through any part of the concrete will not be permitted unless acceptable to the
Architect/Engineer. If a penetration is cored into an existing vertical solid concrete, masonry or
stone structure, then the installation of a sleeve will not be necessary.
1.
Sleeve material for floors and exterior walls shall be Schedule 40
galvanized steel with welded water stop rings.
2.
Sleeves through interior walls to be galvanized sheetmetal with gauge as
required by wall fire rating, 20 gauge minimum.
B.
The minimum clearance between horizontal penetrations including insulation where applicable,
and sleeve shall be 1/4", except that the minimum clearance shall accommodate a Thunderline
Link-seal closure where piping exits the building, or penetrates a wall below ground level.
Contractor shall be responsible for the accurate location of penetrations in the slab for his pipe,
duct, etc. All penetrations shall be of ample size to accommodate the pipe, duct, etc., plus any
specified insulation. Void between sleeve and pipe in interior penetrations shall be filled with
Nelson Flameseal Firestop or approved equal caulk or putty.
C.
Floor sleeves shall extend above the finished floor as detailed on the drawings, except that floor
sleeves in stairwells shall be flush with the finished floor. Sleeves in walls shall be trimmed flush
with wall surface. Refer to the details on the project drawings. Where the details differ from
these specifications, the drawings take precedence.
D.
Sleeves for penetrations passing through walls or floors on or below grade shall be removed, if
practical, and after the pipes have been installed, the void space around the pipe shall be
caulked with a suitable material to effect a waterproof penetration. Note that the practicality of
the removal of the sleeve shall be the decision of the Construction Inspector. The decision of the
Inspector shall be final.
E.
Vermin proofing: The open space around all ductwork, piping, etc., passing through the ground
floor and/or exterior walls shall be vermin proofed in a manner acceptable to the
Architect/Engineer.
F.
Waterproofing: The annular space between a pipe and its sleeve in interior floors shall be filled
with polyurethane foam rods 50 percent greater in diameter than the space as backing and fill
material and made watertight with a permanent elastic polysulfide compound. Seal both surfaces
of floor.
G.
Air Plenums: The space around piping, ductwork, etc., passing through air plenums shall be
made airtight in a manner acceptable to the Architect/Engineer.
H.
Fireproofing: Seal all cable trays, pipe, conduit, duct, etc., penetrations through roof, fire rated
walls and floors with a foam or sealant as described below, that will form a watertight, vermin
tight barrier that is capable of containing smoke and fire up to 2000 F for two hours. Sealing of
cable trays and conduits that extend through rated walls from ends of cable tray shall be done
after conductors have been installed. For wet locations, the foam material shall be a silicone
RTV foam or an approved equal. For dry locations, a premixed putty equal to Nelson Flameseal
Firestop putty may be used.
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INSTALLATION
A.
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Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
INSERTS
A.
Provide inserts for placement in concrete formwork.
B.
Provide inserts for suspending hangers from reinforced concrete slabs and sides of reinforced
concrete beams.
C.
Provide hooked rod to concrete reinforcement section for inserts carrying pipe over 4 inches.
D.
Where concrete slabs form finished ceiling, locate inserts flush with slab surface.
E.
Where inserts are omitted, drill through concrete slab from below and provide through-bolt with
recessed square steel plate and nut recessed into and grouted flush with slab.
3.03
SLEEVES
A.
Set sleeves in position in formwork. Provide reinforcing around sleeves.
B.
Size sleeves large enough to allow for movement due to expansion and contraction. Provide for
continuous insulation wrapping.
C.
Extend sleeves through floors (except in stairwells) two inches above finished floor level.
Sleeves through floors shall have welded waterstop rings. Sleeves shall be sealed watertight to
floors and pipe.
D.
Where piping, ductwork or conduit penetrates floor, ceiling, or wall, close space between pipe or
duct and adjacent work with fire stopping insulation and caulk airtight. Provide close fitting metal
collar or escutcheon covers, as appropriate, at both sides of penetration.
E.
Install chrome plated steel or stainless steel escutcheons at finished surfaces.
3.04
LOW PRESSURE DUCT SUPPORT SCHEDULE:
A.
All horizontal ducts up to and including 40 inches in their greater dimension shall be
supported by means of No. 18 U.S. gauge band iron hangers attached to the ducts by
means of screws, rivets, or clamps and fastened to above inserts with toggle bolts, beam
clamps or other approved means. Duct shall have at least one pair of supports 8' 0" on
centers. Clamps shall be used to fasten hangers to reinforcing on sealed ducts.
B.
Horizontal ducts larger than 40 inches in their greatest dimension shall be supported by means
of hanger rods bolted to angle iron trapeze hangers. Duct shall have at least one pair of
supports 8' 0" on centers according to the following:
Angle
Length
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6' 0"
8' 0"
10' 0"
C.
3.05
1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 1/8"
1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 1/8"
2" x 2" x 1/8"
3" x 3" x 1/8"
1/4"
1/4"
5/16"
3/8"
Vertical ducts shall be supported where they pass through the floor lines with 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x
1/4" angles for ducts up to 60.” Above 60", the angles must be increased in strength and sized
on an individual basis considering space requirements.
Angle
Length
Angle
Rod Dia.
4'-0"
6'-0"
8'-0"
10'-0"
D.
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1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 1/8"
1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 1/8"
2" x 2" x 1/8"
3" x 3" x 1/8"
1/4"
1/4"
5/16"
3/8"
Vertical ducts shall be supported where they pass through the floor lines with 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x
1/4" angles for ducts up to 60". Above 60", the angles must be increased in strength and sized
on an individual basis considering space requirements.
DUCT HANGERS - GENERAL NOTES (all pressures)
A.
Hanger straps on duct width of 60 inches and under shall lap under the duct a minimum of 1
inch and have minimum of one fastening screw on the bottom and two on the side.
B.
Hanger straps on duct widths over 60 inches shall be bolted to duct reinforcing with 3/8" bolts
minimum.
C.
Use 3/8" minimum bolts for securing duct hanger to band straps.
D.
All round ducts shall be supported within 3 feet of all horizontal or vertical turns.
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SECTION 23 05 53
MECHANICAL IDENTIFICATION
PART 1
1.00
GENERAL
The following sections are to be included as if written herein:
A.
Section 23 00 00 – Basic Mechanical Requirements
B.
Section 23 05 29 – Sleeves, Flashings, Supports and Anchors
1.01
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Nameplates.
B.
Tags.
C.
Stencils.
D.
Pipe Markers.
1.02
PRODUCTS INSTALLED BUT NOT FURNISHED UNDER THIS SECTION
A.
1.03
NOT USED.
RELATED SECTIONS
A.
1.04
Section 23 00 00 - Basic Mechanical Requirements.
REFERENCES
A.
1.05
ASME A13.1 - Scheme for the Identification of Piping Systems.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 23 00 00.
B.
Submit list of wording, symbols, letter size, and color coding for mechanical identification.
C.
Submit valve chart and schedule, including valve tag number, location, function, and valve
manufacturer's name and model number.
D.
Product Data: Provide manufacturers catalog literature for each product required.
E.
Samples: Submit two of each type of label, tag, etc., of the approximate size specified or
implied in the specification.
F.
Manufacturer's Installation Instructions: Indicate special procedures, and installation.
1.06
PROJECT RECORD DOCUMENTS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 23 00 00.
B.
Record actual locations of tagged valves.
PART 2
PRODUCTS
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NAMEPLATES
A. Manufacturers:
1. Seaton.
2. Other acceptable manufacturers offering equivalent products.
a. Brady
b. Bunting
c. EMED
B. Description: Laminated three-layer plastic with engraved black letters on light contrasting
background color.
2.02
TAGS
A. Manufacturers:
1. Seaton
2. Other acceptable manufacturers offering equivalent products.
a. W.H. Brady
b. Bunting
A.
Metal Tags: Brass with stamped letters; tag size minimum 1-1/2 inch (40 mm) diameter with
smooth edges.
B.
Chart: Typewritten letter size list in anodized aluminum frame.
2.03
PIPE MARKERS
A.
Manufacturers:
1. Seton
2. Other acceptable manufacturers offering equivalent products.
c. W.H. Brady
d. Bunting
e. EMED
B.
Color: Conform to ASME A13.1.
C.
Plastic Pipe Markers: Factory fabricated, flexible, semi- rigid plastic, preformed to fit around pipe
or pipe covering; minimum information indicating flow direction arrow and identification of fluid
being conveyed.
D.
Plastic Tape Pipe Markers: Flexible, vinyl film tape with pressure sensitive adhesive backing and
printed markings.
E.
Underground Plastic Pipe Markers: Bright colored continuously printed plastic ribbon tape,
minimum 6 inches (150 mm) wide by 4 mil (0.10 mm) thick, manufactured for direct burial
service.
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CEILING VINYL STICKERS
A.
Manufacturers:
1. Seton
2. Other acceptable manufacturers offering equivalent products.
a. W.H. Brady
b. Bunting
c. EMED
B.
Description: Vinyl stickers with arrow pointing to the ceiling tile needing to be removed for
access to the equipment to be located on the grid.
C.
Color code as follows:
1.
Yellow - HVAC equipment
2.
Red
3.
Green - Plumbing valves
4.
Blue - Heating/cooling valves
- Fire dampers/smoke dampers
2.05
General: The Contractor shall make it possible for the personnel operating and maintaining the
equipment and systems in this project to readily identify the various pieces of equipment, valves,
piping, etc., by marking them. All items of equipment such as fans, pumps, etc., shall be clearly
marked using engraved nameplates as hereinafter specified. The item of equipment shall
indicate the same number as shown on the Drawings. For example, pumps will be identified as
3A, 3B, 3C, etc.; exhaust fans will be E-1, E-2, etc.; supply fans will be S-1, S-2, etc.
2.06
Mechanical: All items of mechanical equipment shall be identified by the attachment of
engraved nameplates constructed from laminated phenolic plastic, at least 1/16" thick, 3-ply,
with black surfaces and white core. Engraving shall be condensed Gothic, at least 1/2" high,
appropriately spaced. Nomenclature on the label shall include the name of the item, its mark
number, area, space, or equipment served, and other pertinent information. Equipment to be
labeled shall include but not be limited to the following:
2.07
Zoning Boxes/Valves
Fire/Smoke dampers
Air Conditioning Control
Miscellaneous - similar
Panels and Switches
and/or related items
The Contractor shall prepare and install, in a suitable glazed frame, typewritten valve charts
giving the number, location and function of each line valve installed under this Contract. Each
valve shall be numbered on these charts in accordance with the system of which it is a part of its
location. For example, valves in different systems would be designated as follows:
HPS-1-3 High Pressure Steam
CHS-2-4 Chilled Water Supply
2.08
1st Level - Valve No. 3
2nd Level - Valve No. 4
Specials: Refer to special requirements noted in the various sections hereinafter bound.
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EXECUTION
3.01
PREPARATION
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A.
Degrease and clean surfaces to receive adhesive for identification materials.
B.
Prepare surfaces in accordance with Section 09 91 00 for stencil painting.
3.02
INSTALLATION
A.
Install plastic nameplates with corrosive-resistant mechanical fasteners, or adhesive. Apply with
sufficient adhesive to ensure permanent adhesion and seal with clear lacquer.
B.
Install tags with corrosion resistant chain.
C.
Apply stencil painting in accordance with Section 09 91 00.
D.
Identify air handling units, pumps, heat transfer equipment, tanks, and water treatment devices
with plastic nameplates. Small devices, such as in-line pumps, may be identified with tags.
E.
Identify control panels and major control components outside panels with plastic nameplates.
F.
Identify thermostats relating to terminal boxes or valves with nameplates.
G.
Identify air terminal units and radiator valves with numbered tags.
H.
Tag automatic controls, instruments, and relays. Key to control schematic.
I.
Provide ceiling tacks to locate valves, dampers or other concealed equipment above T-bar type
panel ceilings. Locate in corner of panel closest to equipment.
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SYSTEM TESTING ADJUSTING AND BALANCING (TAB)
SECTION 23 05 93
SYSTEM TESTING, ADJUSTING AND BALANCING
1.01
1.02
1.03
1.04
SUMMARY
A.
Testing, adjusting and balancing (TAB) of the air conditioning systems and related ancillary
equipment will be performed by an impartial technically qualified TAB firm selected and
employed by the Owner, separate and apart from the construction contract.
B.
The firm shall be capable of performing the services specified at the location of the facility
described within the time specified, of preparing and submitting the detailed report of the
actual field work performed, and following up the basic work as may be required.
QUALIFICATIONS
A.
The Firm shall be one which is organized to provide professional services of this specified
type in the State of Texas and as a minimum shall have one (1) professional engineer
licensed in the State of Texas, with current registration, to perform such professional
services. This engineer shall be personally responsible for developing the job site data as
required in the test procedures outlined in these Specifications.
B.
The Firm shall have operated a minimum of five (5) years under its current Firm name, and
shall be in good standing with the State of Texas, Franchise Tax Board. The firm shall
submit their full incorporated name, Charter Number and Taxpayer's I.D. Number for proper
verification of the firm's status.
C.
The Firm shall be capable of providing a performance bond, by a bonding company licensed
to do business in the State of Texas, if determined by the Owner that such a bond is
required. The amount of the bond which may be required shall be equal to the cost of the
proposal submitted, or in the case of more than one proposal, the sum of all such proposals
and any awarded work in progress.
D.
All personnel used on the job site shall be either professional engineers or engineering
technicians, who shall have been permanent, full time employees of the firm for a minimum
of six (6) months prior to the start of work for this specific project.
E.
The TAB firm shall submit biographical data on the individual proposed to directly supervise
the TAB work, as well as other personnel scheduled to perform the technical work under the
contract. It shall also submit a background record of at least five years of specialized
experience in the field of air hydronic system balancing, and shall possess properly
calibrated instrumentation. The supervisory personnel for the TAB firm shall be registered
engineers in the mechanical field and all of the employees used in the TAB firm shall be
permanent, full-time employees of the firm.
REFERENCES
A.
AABC - National Standards for Testing and Balancing Heating, Ventilating, and Air
Conditioning Systems, Fifth Edition 1989.
B.
ASHRAE - 1991 HVAC Applications Chapter 34: Testing, Adjusting and Balancing.
C.
ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 111-1988 - Practices for Measurement, Testing, Adjusting and
Balancing of Buildings, Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Systems.
DOCUMENTS
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The TAB firm shall, as a requirement of the TAB contract, arrange with the Architect to
compile one set of mechanical specifications, all pertinent change orders, and the following:
1.
One complete set of Drawings less the structural sheets.
2.
One set of mechanical floor plans of the conditioned spaces. These Drawings shall
be ozalid type (blue or black on light background) reproductions to facilitate marking.
Approved submittal data on equipment installed, and related changes as required to
accomplish the test procedures outlined in Paragraphs 1.06 through 1.10 of this
Specification will be available through the Construction Inspector.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE TAB FIRM
A.
The TAB personnel shall check, adjust, and balance the components of the air conditioning
system which will result in optimal noise, temperature, and airflow conditions in the
conditioned spaces of the building while the equipment of the system is operating
economically. This is intended to be accomplished after the system components are
installed and operating as provided for in the contract documents. It is the responsibility of
the Mechanical Contractor to place the equipment into service. Variable air volume systems
shall be balanced in accordance with AABC 1989 Standard, Fifth Edition.
B.
Liaison and Early Inspection:
1.
The TAB firm personnel on the job shall act as liaison between the Owner, Architect
and Contractor. The following reviews (observations) and tests shall be performed
by the TAB Agency:
a.
During the design stage, before the documents are finalized, review the
mechanical drawings and specifications for balanceability and provide
commentary.
b.
During construction, review all HVAC submittals such as control diagrams,
air handling devices, etc., that pertain to commissioning work and
balanceability.
c.
Allow for a fixed number of trips to the project site, over and above those
required for testing and balancing for inspection of installation of the
mechanical piping systems, sheet metal work, temperature controls and
other component parts of the heating, air conditioning and ventilating
systems during the construction stage. These inspections shall be made
prior to and/or at the above ceiling inspection. Commentary will be
provided to the RCM of each observation.
d.
Test one (1) 8" single duct terminal box for performance capability and
leakage as described in Section 23 36 00.UT. The shipment of the box to
the TAB Agency's lab will be at the manufacturer's cost and the test period
will be for three (3) weeks from receipt of the box. Submittal data will not be
approved until box testing passes. If the sample box is rejected for any
reason the second test will be at the Contractor's cost and the time allowed
will restart when the box is received at the TAB Agency.
e.
Test one (1) 8" dual duct box for performance capability and leakage as
described in Section 23 36 00.UT. The shipment of the box to the TAB
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Agency's lab will be at the manufacturer's cost and the test period will be for
three (3) weeks from receipt of the box. Submittal data will not be approved
until box testing passes. If the sample box is rejected for any reason the
second test will be at the Contractor's cost and the time allowed will restart
when the box is received by the TAB agency.
f.
Test 10% of the single and dual duct boxes for casing and damper leakage
when the shipment arrives at the project site. All testing (except for the
initial boxes) shall be performed on site.
Boxes requiring re-testing will be charged to the Contractor at the unit price
provided to the Owner.
g.
2.
1.06
Test one (1) lab configuration including fume hood with air valve, general
exhaust air with air valve and supply air with air valve for performance
capability through a full range of inlet pressures. The tracking capability of
the exhaust air versus the supply air will be with the submitted hood sash
fully open and as the sash is closed in 2" increments until fully closed.
Track the three (3) valve's response time in relation to sash movement and
the lab differential.
During the balancing process, as abnormalities and malfunctions of equipment or
components are discovered by the TAB personnel, the Construction Inspector shall be
advised in writing so that the condition can be corrected by the Mechanical Contractor. The
written document need not be formal, but must be understandable and legible. Data from
malfunctioning equipment shall not be recorded in the final TAB report. The TAB firm shall
not instruct or direct the Contractor in any of the work, but will make such reports as are
necessary to the Owner.
FINAL AIR BALANCE
General: When systems are complete and ready for operation, the TAB Consultant will perform a
final air balance for all air systems and record the results. The outside, supply, exhaust and return
air volume for each air handling unit, supply fan and exhaust fan and the supply, exhaust or return air
volume for each distribution device shall be adjusted to within +5% of the value shown on the
drawings. Air handling unit and fan volumes shall be adjusted by changing fan speed and adjusting
volume dampers associated with the unit. Air distribution device volume shall be adjusted using the
spin-in tap damper for flexible duct connected devices and the device OBD for duct connected
devices. Air distribution devices shall be balanced with air patterns as specified. Duct volume
dampers shall be adjusted to provide air volume to branch ducts where such dampers are shown.
The general scope of balancing by the TAB Consultant will include, but is not limited to, the following:
1.
Filters: Check air filters and filter media and balance only system with essentially clean
filters and filter media. The Division 23 Contractor shall install new filters and filter media
prior to the final air balance.
2.
Blower Speed: Measure RPM at each fan or blower to design requirements. Where a
speed adjustment is required, the Division 23 Contractor shall make any required changes.
3.
Ampere Readings: Measure and record full load amperes for motors.
4.
Static Pressure: Static pressure gains or losses shall be measured across each supply fan,
cooling coil, heating coil, return air fan, air handling unit filter and exhaust fan. These
readings shall be measured and recorded for this report at the furthest air device or terminal
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unit from the air handler supplying that device. Static pressure readings shall also be
provided for systems which do not perform as designed.
1.07
5.
Equipment Air Flow: Adjust and record exhaust, return, outside and supply air CFM (s) and
temperatures, as applicable, at each fan, blower and coil.
6.
Coil Temperatures: Set controls for full cooling and for full heating loads. Read and record
entering and leaving dry bulb and wet bulb temperatures (cooling only) at each cooling coil,
heating coil and HVAC terminal unit. At the time of reading record water flow and entering
and leaving water temperatures (In variable flow systems adjust the water flow to design for
all the above readings).
7.
Zone Air Flow: Adjust each zone of multizone units, each HVAC terminal unit and air
handling unit for design CFM.
8.
Outlet Air Flow: Adjust each exhaust inlet and supply diffuser, register and grille to within
+5% of design air CFM. Include all terminal points of air supply and all points of exhaust.
Note: For Labs and Rooms that are negative exhaust air flow shall be set to design +10%
and supply to design -5%. Positive areas will have opposite tolerances.
9.
Pitot Tube Traverses: For use in future troubleshooting by maintenance personnel, all
exhaust ducts, main supply ducts and return ducts shall have air velocity and volume
measured and recorded by the traverse method. Locations of these traverse test stations
shall be described on the sheet containing the data.
10.
Maximum and minimum air flow on terminal boxes.
TESTING OF TEMPERATURE CONTROL SYSTEMS
A.
In the process of performing the TAB work, the TAB Agency shall:
1.
Work with the temperature control contractor to ensure the most effective total
system operation within the design limitations, and to obtain mutual understanding
of intended control performance.
2.
Verify that all control devices are properly connected.
3.
Verify that all dampers, valves and other controlled devices are operated by the
intended controller.
4.
Verify that all dampers and valves are in the position indicated by the controller
(open, closed or modulating).
5.
Verify the integrity of valves and dampers in terms of tightness of close-off and fullopen positions. This includes dampers in multizone units, terminal boxes and
fire/smoke dampers.
6.
Observe that all valves are properly installed in the piping system in relation to
direction of flow and location.
7.
Observe the calibration of all controllers.
8.
Verify the proper application of all normally opened and normally closed valves.
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9.
Observe the locations of all thermostats and humidistats for potential erratic
operation from outside influences such as sunlight, drafts or cold walls.
10.
Observe the locations of all sensors to determine whether their position will allow
them to sense only the intended temperatures or pressures of the media. Control
Contractor will relocate as deemed necessary by the TAB Agency.
11.
Verify that the sequence of operation for any control mode is in accordance with
approved shop drawings and specifications. Verify that no simultaneous heating
and cooling occurs.
12.
Verify that all controller setpoints meet the design intent.
13.
Check all dampers for free travel.
14.
Verify the operation of all interlock systems.
15.
Perform variable volume system verification to assure the system and its
components track with changes from full flow to minimum flow.
A systematic listing of the above testing and verification shall be included in the final TAB
report.
REPORTS
A.
The activities described in this section shall culminate in a report to be provided in
quadruplicate (4) individually bound to the RCM. Neatly type and arrange data. Include with
the data the date tested, personnel present, weather conditions, nameplate record of test
instrument and list all measurements taken after all corrections are made to the system.
Record all failures and corrective action taken to remedy incorrect situation. The intent of
the final report is to provide a reference of actual operating conditions for the Owner's
operations personnel.
B.
All measurements and recorded readings (of air, water, electricity, etc.) that appear in the
reports must have been made onsite by the permanently employed technicians or engineers
of the firm.
C.
At the option of the Construction Inspector, all data sheets tabulated each day by TAB
personnel shall be submitted for initial by the Construction Inspector. Those work sheets so
initialed, or copies thereof, shall be presented as a supplement to the final TAB report.
D.
Submit reports on forms approved by the Owner & Engineer which will include the following
information as a minimum:
1.
Title Page
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
Company Name
Company Address
Company telephone number
Project name
Project location
Project Manager
Project Engineer
Project Contractor
Project Identification Number
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2.
Instrument List
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
3.
Identification/location
System
Size
Area
Design velocity
Design air flow
Test velocity
Test air flow
Air Distribution Test Sheet
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
6.
System zone/branch
Duct size
Area
Design velocity
Design air flow
Test velocity
Test air flow
Duct static pressure
Air temperature
Air correction factor
Air Monitoring Station Data
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
5.
Instrument
Manufacturer
Model
Serial Number
Range
Calibration date
What test instrument was used for
Duct Traverse
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
4.
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Air terminal number
Room number/location
Terminal type
Terminal size
Area factor
Design velocity
Design air flow
Test (final) velocity
Test (final) air flow
Control verification indicating date performed and any abnormalities identified.
a)
Point Location/Description
b)
EMS Readout (Setpoint and Actual)
c)
Actual Readout
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d)
Interlocks
e)
Safeties
1)
VSD Normal Operation
2)
VSD Bypass Operation
f)
Alarms
g)
Sequences of Operation
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SECTION 23 05 93.A
SYSTEM PREPARATION FOR
TESTING, ADJUSTING AND BALANCING
1.01
SUMMARY
A.
B.
1.02
1.03
Perform all work required to prepare the building HVAC systems for testing, adjusting and
balancing indicated by the Contract Documents as follows:
1.
Responsibilities of project contractor.
2.
Preparation for balancing of air systems.
3.
Preparation for balancing of hydronic and steam systems.
The scope of the TAB work as defined in Section 23 05 93 is indicated in order that the
Contractor will be advised of the coordination, adjustment, and system modification which will
be required under the project work in order to complete the Owner's requirements for final
TAB. The TAB firm will not have a contractual relationship with any Contractor referred to
herein, but will be responsible to the Construction Inspector and the Owner for the
satisfactory execution of the TAB work. The Contractor in his original bid shall allow for the
costs required to cover all work which may be required in the TAB phases as defined herein
and as may be necessary for the completion of the TAB work as defined by the TAB firm.
RELATED SECTIONS
A.
Section 23 00 00 - Basic Mechanical Requirements.
B.
Section 23 31 00 - Ductwork.
C.
Section 23 33 00 - Ductwork Accessories.
D.
Section 23 37 00 - Air Outlets and Inlets.
E.
Section 23 09 23 - Direct Digital Control Systems.
F.
Section 23 05 93 - System Testing, Adjusting & Balancing.
SCOPE OF WORK
A.
Testing, adjusting, and balancing (TAB) of the air conditioning systems and related ancillary
equipment will be performed by an impartial technically qualified TAB firm selected and
employed directly by the Owner, separate and apart from the Construction Contract.
However, the preparation for and corrections necessary for the Testing, Adjusting and
Balancing of these systems, as described herein, are the responsibility of the Contractor.
B.
As a part of this project Construction Contract, the Contractor shall make any changes or
replacements to the sheaves, belts, dampers, valves, etc. required for correct balance as
advised by the TAB firm, at no additional cost to the Owner.
C.
The Contractor shall provide and coordinate the services of qualified, responsible
Subcontractors, suppliers and personnel as required to correct, repair, and/or replace any
and all deficient items or conditions found during the course of this project, including the
testing, adjusting and balancing period.
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1.04
D.
In order that all systems may be properly tested, balanced, and adjusted as required herein
by these Specifications, the Contractor shall operate said systems at his expense for the
length of time necessary to properly verify their completion and readiness for TAB. This
length of time shall be subject to the approval of the Construction Inspector.
E.
Project Contract completion schedules shall allow for sufficient time to permit the completion
of TAB services prior to Owner occupancy. The contractor shall allow adequate time for the
testing and balancing activities of the owner provided services, during the construction
period, and prior to Substantial Completion as defined in the Uniform General Conditions of
this Construction Document.
F.
The Drawings and Specifications indicate valves, dampers and miscellaneous adjustment
devices for the purpose of adjustment to obtain optimum operating conditions, and it will be
the responsibility of the Contractor to install these devices in a manner that will leave them
accessible and readily adjustable. Should any such device not be readily accessible, the
Contractor shall provide access as requested by the TAB firm. Also, any malfunction
encountered by TAB personnel and reported to the Contractor or the Construction Inspector
shall be corrected by the Contractor immediately so that the balancing work can proceed with
the minimum of delays.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PROJECT CONTRACTOR:
A.
The Contractor shall:
1.
Have the building and air conditioning systems in complete operational readiness for
TAB work to begin.
2.
The contractor shall allow sufficient time for the TAB firm to perform his contracted
work within the construction schedule. The contractor shall complete his work by
systems or floors whichever is the most efficient for scheduling. After awarding of
the contract and the contractor has developed a construction schedule, a TAB
coordination meeting shall be held at the RCM's office with the TAB agency, the
general contractor and his primary subcontractors (i.e. mechanical, electrical,
building automation etc.) to develop a testing schedule for the project. The
contractor shall submit copies of the proposed schedule two (2) weeks prior to this
meeting to the RCM and TAB Agency.
The following are minimum time requirements:
TAB Agency will provide Engineer with tentative schedules for each area, floor
and/or system to be included in this section.
Note:
The hot water and chilled water systems must be 100% complete to
balance. The air systems are pressure independent and can be balanced
by floors, risers, systems, etc., but once the total system is complete the
total flows and system tracking will require finalization. Lab certification will
be performed when the building is 100% operational and balanced.
3.
Promptly correct deficiencies of materials and workmanship identified as delaying
completion of TAB work.
4.
Be responsible for any added costs to the Owner resulting from his failure to have
the building and air conditioning systems ready for TAB when scheduled, or from his
failure to correct deficiencies promptly.
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B.
Complete operational readiness of the building requires that construction status of the
building shall permit the closing of doors, windows, ceilings installed, etc., to obtain simulated
or projected operating conditions.
C.
Complete operational readiness of the air conditioning systems also requires that the
following be accomplished:
1.
2.
Air Distribution Systems:
a.
Verify installation for conformity to design. All supply, return and exhaust
ducts terminated and pressure tested for leakage as required by the
Specification.
b.
All volume, smoke and fire/smoke dampers are properly located and
functional. Dampers serving requirements of minimum and maximum
outside, return and relief air shall provide tight closure and full opening,
smooth and free operation.
c.
All supply, return, exhaust and transfer grilles, registers, diffusers and
terminal devices installed.
d.
Air handling systems, units and associated apparatus, such as heating and
cooling coils, filter sections, access doors, etc., shall be blanked and/or
sealed to eliminate excessive bypass or leakage of air.
e.
All fans (supply, return and exhaust) operating and verified for freedom from
vibration, proper fan rotation and belt tension; heater elements in motor
starters to be of proper size and rating; record motor amperage and voltage
on each phase at start-up and running, and verify they do not exceed
nameplate ratings.
f.
All single and/or double duct variable and constant volume terminal units
("mixing boxes") shall be installed and functional (i.e. controls functioning).
Automatic Controls:
a.
The Contractor shall schedule a meeting with the Engineer, Control
Contractor, TAB firm and Owner's representative for a pre-submittal review
to establish that their interpretations of the sequences of operation are
correct.
b.
Verify that all control components are installed in accordance with project
requirements and are functional, including all electrical interlocks, dampers
sequences, air and water resets, fire and freeze stats, high and low
temperature thermostats, safeties, etc.
c.
Verify that all controlling instruments are calibrated and set for design
operating conditions with the exception of room thermostats or sensors,
which shall be calibrated at the completion of TAB services with cooperation
between the TAB firm and Control Contractor.
d.
The Automatic Temperature Control Contractor and/or Energy
Management System Contractor shall thoroughly check all controls,
sensors, operators, sequences, etc. before notifying the TAB agency that
the Automatic Temperature Controls and Energy Management System are
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operational.
The Automatic Temperature Contractor and/or Energy
Management System Contractor shall provide technical support
(technicians and necessary computers) to the TAB agency for a complete
check of these systems.
3.
D.
1.05
Tabulated Data: The motor amperages, voltages shall be recorded showing "actual"
and "nameplate" voltage and amperage and submitted and actual RPM. This
applies to each piece of electrically driven air conditioning equipment in the system
including supply and exhaust fans, fans of fractional horsepower, pumps, etc.
Notification of System Readiness:
1.
After completion of the work in Paragraph 1.05 A through C above, the Contractor
shall notify the Owner in writing, certifying that the work has been accomplished and
that the building and the air conditioning systems are in operational readiness for
testing, adjusting, and balancing. He shall include a copy of the tabulated data of
Paragraph 1.04C.4 above.
2.
The Owner will, in turn, notify the TAB firm of the readiness for balancing and
forward copies of the Contractor's certification and the tabulated voltages and
currents.
3.
Should the TAB firm be notified as described above, and the TAB work commenced
and the systems are found NOT to be in readiness or a dispute occurs as to the
readiness of the systems, the Contractor shall request an inspection be made by
duly appointed representative of the Owner, Architect, TAB firm and the Contractor.
This inspection will establish to the satisfaction of the represented parties whether or
not the systems meet the basic requirements for TAB services. Should the
inspection reveal the TAB services notification to have been premature, all cost of
the inspection and wasted work accomplished by the TAB firm shall be reimbursed
to the appropriated parties by the Project Contractor.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE TAB FIRM
A.
Refer to Section 23 05 93 entitled "System Testing, Adjusting and Balancing".
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SECTION 23 07 13
DUCTWORK INSULATION
PART 1
1.00
GENERAL
The following sections are to be included as if written herein:
A.
Section 23 00 00 – Basic Mechanical Requirements
B.
Section 23 05 29 – Sleeves, Flashings, Supports and Anchors
C.
Section 23 05 53 – Mechanical Identification
1.01
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Ductwork insulation.
B.
Insulation jackets.
1.02
RELATED SECTIONS
A.
Section 23 00 00- General Mechanical Requirements.
B.
Section 23 05 53 - Mechanical Identification.
C.
Section 23 31 00 - Ductwork: Duct liner.
D.
Section 23 33 00 - Ductwork Accessories: Duct liner.
1.03
REFERENCES
A.
ASTM B209 - Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Sheet and Plate.
B.
ASTM C518 - Steady-State Heat Flux Measurements and Thermal Transmission Properties by
Means of the Heat Flow Meter Apparatus.
C.
ASTM C553 - Mineral Fiber Blanket and Felt Insulation.
D.
ASTM C612 - Mineral Fiber Block and Board Thermal Insulation.
E.
ASTM E84 - Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials.
F.
ASTM E96 - Water Vapor Transmission of Materials.
G.
NFPA 255 - Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials.
H.
SMACNA - HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible.
I.
UL 723 - Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials.
1.04
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 23 00 00.
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B.
Product Data: Provide product description, list of materials and thickness for each service, and
locations.
C.
Samples: Submit two samples of any representative size illustrating each insulation type.
D.
Manufacturer's Installation Instructions:
Indicate procedures which ensure acceptable
workmanship and installation standards will be achieved.
1.05
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
1.06
Materials: Flame spread/smoke developed rating of 25/50 in accordance with NFPA 255.
QUALIFICATIONS
A.
1.07
Applicator: Company specializing in performing the work of this section with minimum three
years experience.
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Deliver, store, protect and handle products to site under provisions of Section 23 00 00.
B.
Deliver materials to site in original factory packaging, labeled with manufacturer's density and
thickness.
C.
Store insulation in original wrapping and protect from weather and construction traffic.
D.
Protect insulation against dirt, water, chemical, and mechanical damage.
1.08
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
Maintain ambient temperatures and conditions required by manufacturers of adhesives, mastics,
and insulation cements.
B.
Maintain temperature during and after installation for minimum period of 24 hours.
PART 2
PRODUCTS
2.01
Insulation C:
A.
2.02
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Blanket insulation similar in construction to Owens-Corning Fiberglass Series or Johns Manville
Microlite, one pound per cubic foot minimum density with foil reinforced Kraft (FRK) vapor barrier
facing. Insulation shall be wrapped on the ductwork in accordance to manufacturer’s stretchedout criteria, with all circumferential joints butted and longitudinal joints overlapped a minimum of
2". Adhere insulation to metal with 4" strips of insulation bonding adhesive at 8" on center. On
circumferential and longitudinal joints, the 2" flange of the facing shall be secured using 9/16"
flare door staples applied 6" on center and taped with 4" wide fiberglass tape embedded in vapor
barrier Emulsion and covered with vapor barrier emulsion until the tape is completely covered.
All penetrations or punctures in facing shall also be taped. Vapor sealing of joints is not required
on hot duct application where concealed.
Vapor Seal Emulsion – Where specified herein, joint and seam vapor sealant shall be water
based materials equal to Foster 30-35, Hardcast “Flex-Grip” 550 (sprayed to 20 mil thickness),
or Childers Chil-Perm WB CP-35.
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2.03
All ductwork in the building and in the crawl spaces except exhaust and return ducts shall be
insulated externally unless specifically excluded. Only sound attenuated return ducting may be
insulated internally, if specifically designated as such.
2.04
Where ducts are lined internally, (see Drawings for Scope) no exterior insulation will be required,
except where specifically stated otherwise. Where internal and external insulation join, they
shall lap at least 24 inches.
2.05
Low pressure supply duct taps to ceiling diffusers shall be externally insulated including top of
ceiling diffuser.
2.06
Flexible round ducts are specified in Section 23 31 00 as factory insulated.
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.01
EXAMINATION
A.
Verify that ductwork has been tested before applying insulation materials.
B.
Verify that surfaces are clean, foreign material removed, and dry.
3.02
INSTALLATION
A.
Install materials in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
B.
Insulated ductwork conveying air below ambient temperature:
C.
D.
1.
Provide insulation with vapor barrier jackets.
2.
Finish with tape and vapor barrier jacket.
3.
Continue insulation through walls, sleeves, hangers, and other duct penetrations.
4.
Insulate entire system including fittings, joints, flanges, fire dampers, flexible connections,
and expansion joints.
Insulated ductwork conveying air above ambient temperature:
1.
Provide with or without standard vapor barrier jacket.
2.
Insulate fittings and joints. Where service access is required, bevel and seal ends of
insulation.
Duct and Plenum Liner Application:
1.
Adhere insulation with adhesive for 100 percent coverage.
2.
Secure insulation with mechanical liner fasteners. Refer to SMACNA Standards for
spacing.
3.
Seal and smooth joints.
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4.
Seal liner surface penetrations with adhesive.
5.
Duct dimensions indicated are net inside dimensions required for air flow. Increase duct
size to allow for insulation thickness.
3.03
All piping, equipment, ductwork, all plenums including metal and masonry construction, fans,
etc., shall be insulated as indicated on the Drawings, as specified herein, and as required for a
complete system. In each case, the insulation shall be equal to that specified and materials
applied and finished as described in these Specifications.
3.04
All insulation shall be applied by mechanics skilled in this particular work and regularly engaged
in such occupation. All insulation shall be applied in strict accordance with these Specifications
and with factory printed recommendations on items not herein mentioned. Unsightly,
inadequate, or sloppy work will not be acceptable, and all such work shall be removed and
replaced as many times as necessary to achieve an acceptable installation.
3.05
All insulation, jacket, adhesives, mastics, sealers, etc., utilized in the fabrication of these
systems shall meet NFPA for fire resistant ratings (maximum of 25 flame spread and 50 smoke
developed ratings) and shall be approved by the insulation manufacturer for guaranteed
performances when incorporated into their insulation system, unless a specific product is
specified for a specific application, and is stated as an exception to this requirement.
Certificates to this effect shall be submitted along with Contractor's submittal data for this section
of the Specifications. No material may be used that, when tested by the ASTM E84-89 test
method, is found to melt, drip or delaminate to such a degree that the continuity of the flame
front is destroyed, thereby resulting in an artificially low flame spread rating.
3.06
All surfaces to be insulated shall be clean and dry before applying the insulation. Where an
insulation covering is applied, it shall lap the adjoining section of insulation by at least three
inches (3"). Where insulation terminates, it shall be neatly beveled and finished. No insulation
shall be applied until the pipe, duct, etc., have been pressure tested and found tight. Flexible
connections on duct shall not be covered. All materials used shall be fire retardant or
nonflammable..
3.07
Where vapor barriers are required, the vapor barrier shall be on the outside. Extreme care shall
be taken that the vapor barrier is unbroken. Joints, etc., shall all be sealed. Where insulation
with a vapor barrier terminates, it shall be sealed off with the vapor barrier being continuous to
the surface being insulated. Ends shall not be left raw.
3.08
Extreme care shall be taken in covering high and medium pressure (high and medium pressure
ductwork shall be all ductwork between the fan discharge and all mixing boxes) ductwork to
insure the duct is not pierced with sheet metal screws or other fasteners. All high and medium
pressure ducts in these specifications are classified as high velocity ductwork.
3.09
Where canvas finish is specified, use Arabol lagging adhesive to prevent mildew in securing
canvas. Do not use wheat paste. In addition, cover all canvas insulation with a fire retardant
coating.
3.10
For purpose of definition in this Specification: "concealed" areas are those areas which cannot
be seen by the building occupants, and "exposed" areas are all areas which are exposed to view
by the building occupants, including under counter and inside cabinet areas, plus all mechanical
rooms.
3.11
The handling and installation of all insulation materials shall be performed in strict accordance
with the manufacturer’s recommendations.
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TOLERANCE
A.
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DUCTWORK INSULATION
Substituted insulation materials shall provide thermal resistance within 10 percent at normal
conditions, as materials indicated.
DUCT INSULATION SCHEDULE:
Duct Type
Insulation Type
Low Pressure Supply Duct
(including tops of diffusers)
2" Insulation C
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SECTION 23 09 23
DIRECT DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
BACKBONE SYSTEMS HAVE BEEN INSTALLED IN THE SHELL & CORE
INFORMATION ON PREVIOUSLY INSTALLED EQUIPMENT IS FOR INFORMATION ONLY.
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT AS NOTED WILL BE REQUIREDAS NOTED ON THE DRAWINGS.
PART 1
GENERAL
1.00
THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS ARE TO BE INCLUDED AS IF WRITTEN HEREIN:
A.
Section 23 00 00 – Basic Mechanical Requirements
B.
Section 23 05 29 – Sleeves, Flashings, Supports and Anchors
C.
Section 23 05 53 – Mechanical Identification
1.01
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Control equipment.
B.
Software.
1.02
PRODUCTS FURNISHED BUT NOT INSTALLED UNDER THIS SECTION
A.
1.04
Section 23 33 00 - Ductwork Accessories: Installation of automatic dampers, smoke detectors.
Connection of damper end switches.
RELATED SECTIONS
A.
1.05
Section 26 05 00 - Equipment Wiring Systems.
REFERENCES
A.
ASHRAE 85 - Automatic Control Terminology for Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning.
B.
ASME MC85.1 - Terminology for Automatic Control.
C.
NEMA EMC1 - Energy Management Systems Definitions.
1.06
DEFINITIONS
A.
1.07
Ensure terminology used in submittals conforms to ASHRAE 85.
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
A.
The system is an existing JCI system. .
B.
Automatic temperature control field monitoring and control system using field programmable
micro-processor based units with communications to the existing Metasys Campus Building
Management System.
C.
Central and remote hardware, software, and interconnecting wire and conduit.
D.
Terminal unit controls for variable air volume terminals, radiation, reheat coils, unit heaters, fan
coils, pneumatic or electric unless indicated otherwise.
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E.
The DDC systems shall be installed by JCI under a direct contract with the General
Contractor. JCI shall provide “open-book” pricing to the General Contractor and UTHSCH per the existing UTHSC-H/JCI agreement.
F.
All sensors that are installed in insulated pipe or ductwork shall be installed with
standoffs to allow proper insulation of all materials and continuation of vapor barriers.
1.08
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01 33 00.
B.
Shop Drawings:
1.
Trunk cable schematic showing programmable control unit locations, and trunk data
conductors.
2.
List of connected data points, including connected control unit and input device.
3.
System graphics indicating monitored systems, data (connected and calculated) point
addresses, and operator notations.
4.
System configuration with peripheral devices, batteries, power supplies, diagrams,
modems, and interconnections.
5.
Descriptive data and sequence of operation of operating, user, and application software.
6.
Provide one additional submittal above that which is asked for in Division 1 to be
distributed by UTHSC-H to the IT department for verification.
C.
Product Data: Provide data for each system component and software module.
D.
Manufacturer's Installation Instructions: Include for all manufactured components.
1.09
PROJECT RECORD DOCUMENTS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01 77 00.
B.
Accurately record actual location of control components, including panels, thermostats, and
sensors.
C.
Revise shop drawings to reflect actual installation and operating sequences.
D.
Include data specified in "Submittals" in final "Record Documents" form.
1.10
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE DATA
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01 77 00.
B.
Include interconnection wiring diagrams complete field installed system with identified and
numbered, system components and devices.
C.
Include keyboard illustrations and step-by-step procedures indexed for each operator function.
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D.
Include graphics of the controlled system as they appear on the system graphics with variable,
adjustable and fixed pints with showing identified and numbered systems, system components
and devices.
E.
Include inspection period, cleaning methods, cleaning materials recommended, and calibration
tolerances.
1.11
QUALIFICATIONS
A.
Manufacturer: JCI controls.
B.
Installer: JCI controls
C.
Design system software under direct supervision of a Professional Engineer experienced in
design of this work and licensed in the State of Texas.
1.12
PRE-INSTALLATION CONFERENCE
A.
Convene a conference one week prior to commencing work of this Section, under provisions of
Section 01200.
B.
Require attendance of parties directly affecting the work of this Section.
1.13
COORDINATION
A.
Coordinate work under provisions of Section 00 10 05.
B.
Ensure installation of components is complementary to installation of similar components in
other systems.
C.
Coordinate installation of system components with installation of mechanical systems equipment
such as air handling units and air terminal units.
D.
Coordinate the startup and control sequence verification with the test and balance agent.
E.
Ensure system is completed and commissioned.
1.14
WARRANTY
A.
Provide five year warranty under provisions of Section 01 78 36.
B.
Warranty: Include coverage for field programmable micro-processor based units.
1.15
PROTECTION OF SOFTWARE RIGHTS
A.
Prior to delivery of software, the Owner and the party providing the software will enter into a
software license agreement with provisions for the following:
1.
Limiting use of software to equipment provided under these specifications.
2.
Limiting copying.
3.
Preserving confidentiality.
4.
Prohibiting transfer to a third party.
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PART 2
PRODUCTS
2.00
MANUFACTURERS OF CONTROLS
A
2.01
JCI
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
A
The Building Management System (BMS) shall use an open architecture and fully support a
multi-vendor environment. To accomplish this effectively, the BMS shall support open
communication protocol standards and integrate a wide variety of third-party devices and
applications. The system shall be designed for use on the Internet, or intranets using off the
shelf, industry standard technology compatible with other owner provided networks. Prior to
submittal update equipment to the latest technology and coordinate with the Engineer.
B
The Building Management System shall consist of the following:
1
Standalone Network Automation Engine(s)
2
Field Equipment Controller(s)
3
Input/Output Module(s)
4
Local Display Device(s)
5
Portable Operator's Terminal(s)
6
Distributed User Interface(s)
7
Network processing, data storage and communications equipment
8
Other components required for a complete and working BMS
C
The system shall be modular in nature, and shall permit expansion of both capacity and
functionality through the addition of sensors, actuators, controllers and operator devices,
while re-using existing controls equipment.
D
System architectural design shall eliminate dependence upon any single device for alarm
reporting and control execution.
E
2.02
1
The failure of any single component or network connection shall not interrupt the
execution of control strategies at other operational devices.
2
The System shall maintain all settings and overrides through a system reboot.
3
System architectural design shall eliminate dependence upon any single device for
alarm reporting and control execution.
Conduit and boxes shall be installed and supported per 23 05 29. Controls conduit shall be
¾” EMT that is blue in color. The boxes shall be type 1900 and where the mixing box is
located inside of the office area, the conduit shall be stubbed on from the junction box into
the office space as close to the box as possible above the ceiling.
FIELD DEVICES
A
Thermostats
1
Electric room thermostats of the heavy-duty type shall be provided for unit heaters,
cabinet unit heaters, and ventilation fans, where required. All these items shall be
provided with concealed adjustment. Finish of covers for all room-type instruments
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shall match and, unless otherwise indicated or specified, covers shall be
manufacturer’s standard finish.
2
Actuation / Control Type
3
Primary Equipment
4
PART 3
(a)
Controls shall be provided by equipment manufacturer as specified herein.
(b)
All damper and valve actuation shall be electric.
Air Handling Equipment
(a)
All air handers shall be controlled with a HVAC-DDC Controller
(b)
All damper and valve actuation shall be electric.
EXECUTION
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SECTION 23 31 00
DUCTWORK
PART 1 GENERAL
1.00
1.01
The following sections are to be included as if written herein:
A.
Section 23 00 00 – Basic Mechanical Requirements
B.
Section 23 05 29 – Sleeves, Flashings, Supports and Anchors
C.
Section 23 05 53 – Mechanical Identification
WORK INCLUDED
A.
1.02
1.03
Low pressure ducts.
RELATED WORK
A.
Section 09 91 00 - Painting: Weld priming, weather resistant, paint or coating.
B.
Section 23 00 00 - Basic Mechanical Requirements.
C.
Section 23 05 29 - Sleeves, Flashings, Supports and Anchors.
E.
Section 23 07 13 - Duct Insulation.
F.
Section 23 33 00 - Ductwork Accessories.
G.
Section 23 05 93.A - Testing, Adjusting and Balancing.
REFERENCES
A.
ASHRAE - Handbook of Fundamentals; Duct Design.
B.
ASHRAE - Handbook of Equipment; Duct Construction.
C.
ASTM A 90 - Weight of Coating on Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) Iron or Steel Articles.
D.
ASTM A 167 - Stainless and Heat-Resisting Chromium-Nickel Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip.
E.
ASTM A 525 - General Requirements for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) by the
Hot-Dip Process.
F.
ASTM A 527 - Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) by Hot-Dip Process, Lock Forming
Quality.
G.
ASTM B209 - Aluminum and Aluminum Alloy Sheet and Plate.
H.
ASTM C 14 - Concrete Sewer, Storm Drain, and Culvert Pipe.
I.
ASTM C 443 - Joints for Circular Concrete Sewer and Culvert Pipe, Using Rubber Gaskets.
J.
NFPA 90A - Installation of Air Conditioning and Ventilating Systems.
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1.05
1.06
K.
NFPA 90B - Installation of Warm Air Heating and Air Conditioning Systems.
L.
NFPA 96 - Installation of Equipment for the Removal of Smoke and Grease-Laden Vapors
from Commercial Cooling Equipment.
M.
SMACNA - Low Pressure Duct Construction Standards.
N.
SMACNA - High Pressure Duct Construction Standards.
O.
UL 181 - Factory-Made Air Ducts and Connectors.
REFERENCES
A.
Fundamentals Handbook, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning
Engineers (ASHRAE).
B.
Equipment Handbook, ASHRAE.
C.
HVAC Duct Construction Standards, Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National
Association (SMACNA).
D.
HVAC Duct System Design, SMACNA.
E.
Round Industrial Duct Construction Standards, SMACNA.
F.
Engineering Design Manual for Air Handling Systems, United McGill Corporation (UMC).
G.
Assembly and Installation of Spiral Duct and Fittings, UMC.
H.
Engineering Report No. 132 (Spacing of Duct Hangers), UMC.
DEFINITIONS
A.
Duct Sizes: Inside clear dimensions. For lined ducts, maintain sizes inside lining.
B.
Low Pressure: 2 inch WG positive or negative static pressure and velocities less than 1,500
fpm.
C.
Medium Pressure: 6 inch WG positive static pressure and velocities greater than 1,500 fpm.
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
A.
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Construct ductwork to NFPA 90A, NFPA 90B and NFPA 96 standards.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Shop Drawings shall be submitted on all items of sheet metal work specified herein. Shop
Drawings of ductwork at air units shall be submitted at a minimum scale of 3/8" equal to one
foot.
B.
Shop Drawings shall be submitted on all other ductwork per Section 23 00 00. Shop
Drawings shall indicate location of all supply, return, exhaust and light fixtures from the
approved reflected ceiling plans.
C.
Submit shop drawings and product data under provisions of Section 23 00 00.
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Submit samples under provisions of Section 23 00 00.
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Deliver products to site under provisions of Section 23 00 00.
B.
Store and protect products under provisions of Section 23 00 00.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01
2.02
DUCTWORK GENERAL:
A.
All ductwork indicated on the Drawings, specified or required for the air conditioning and
ventilating systems shall be of materials as hereinafter specified unless indicated otherwise.
All air distribution ductwork shall be fabricated, erected, supported, etc., in accordance with
all applicable standards of SMACNA Duct Manuals where such standards do not conflict with
NFPA 90A and where class of construction equals or exceeds that noted herein. All exhaust
ductwork including toilet room exhausts shall be constructed and leak tested as specified for
medium pressure supply ducts at negative pressure.
B.
All ductwork shown on the Drawings, specified or required for the heating, ventilating and air
conditioning systems shall be constructed and erected in a first class workmanlike manner.
The work shall be guaranteed for a period of one (1) year from and after the date of
acceptance of the job against noise, chatter, whistling, vibration, and free from pulsation
under all conditions of operation. After the system is in operation, should these defects
occur, they shall be corrected as directed by the Architect.
C.
All duct sizes shown on the Drawings are air stream sizes. Allowance shall be made for
internal lining where required, to provide the required cross sectional area.
D.
All holes in ducts for damper rods and other necessary devices shall be either drilled or
machine punched (not pin punched), and shall not be any larger than necessary. All duct
openings shall be provided with sheet metal caps if the openings are to be left unconnected
for any length of time.
E.
Except for special ducts specified elsewhere herein, all sheet metal used on the project shall
be constructed from prime galvanized steel sheets and/or coils up to 60" in width. Each
sheet shall be stenciled with manufacturer's name and gauge. Coils of sheet steel shall be
stenciled throughout on ten foot (10') centers with manufacturer's name and must be visible
after duct is installed. Sheet metal must conform to SMACNA sheet metal tolerances as
outlined in SMACNA's "HVAC Duct Construction Standards."
F.
Where ducts, exposed to view (including equipment rooms), pass through walls, floors or
ceilings, furnish and install sheet metal collars around the duct.
DUCTWORK LOW PRESSURE:
A.
The scope of low pressure ductwork is defined as all ductwork downstream of terminal units.
Construction of all low pressure duct shall be in accordance with Low Velocity Duct
Construction Standards as published by Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors
National Association (SMACNA) and shall be sealed and tested at 3" static with the same
test procedures as medium pressure ductwork.
B.
Spiral wound round duct shall be as manufactured by United McGill Sheet Metal Company or
approved equal.
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C.
The metal gauges listed in the 1985 SMACNA HVAC Duct Construction Standards for Metal
and Flexible Duct are the minimum which shall be used for this project if not otherwise
specified herein. It shall be noted that the Contractor is responsible that the metal gauge
selected is heavy enough to withstand the physical abuse of the installation.
D.
Elbows shall be radius type and have a centerline radius of 1-1/2 times the duct diameter or
width. Elbows in round ducts may be smooth radius as described above or 5-piece 90
degree elbows and 3-piece 45 degree elbows. Joints in round ducts shall be slip type with a
minimum of three sheet metal screws. Joints in sectional elbows shall be sealed as
specified for duct sealing.
E.
SEALANT: All ductwork (except welded exhaust duct) shall be sealed with either "MP"
(Multi-Purpose), Hardcast "Iron-grip 601", Hardcast “Flex-Grip 550 (spray applied to 20 mil
thickness), or "United Duct Seal" (United McGill Corp.) water base, latex or acrylic type
sealant. Note that, except as noted, oil or solvent based sealants are specifically prohibited
for use on this project. For exterior applications, "Uni-Weather" (United McGill Corp.)
neoprene based sealant shall be used. No other sealants may be used. All seams and
joints in shop and field fabricated ductwork shall be sealed by applying one layer of sealant,
then immediately spanning the joint with a single layer of 3" wide open weave fiberglass tape.
Sufficient additional sealant shall then be applied to completely imbed the cloth. All sealants
shall be UL rated at no more than flame spread of 5 and smoke developed of 0. At
contractor’s option Hardcast 1602 sealant tape may be used in lap joints and flat seams.
DUCTWORK MEDIUM PRESSURE:
A.
The scope of medium pressure ductwork is defined as all ductwork downstream of all air
handlers, up to and including terminal units, plus all exhaust air ductwork. Construction of all
ducts shall be in accordance with High Velocity Construction Standards as published by
SMACNA. All round and rectangular duct construction, duct fittings, dampers, etc., are
covered in this manual and it is to be adhered to.
1.
Spiral wound round duct shall be as manufactured by United McGill Sheet Metal
Company or approved equal.
2.
The metal gauges are listed herein for round duct and for rectangular duct.
B.
All ductwork (except welded exhaust duct) shall be sealed with either "MP" (Multi-Purpose),
Hardcast "Iron-grip 601", or "United Duct Seal" (United McGill Corp.) water base, latex or
acrylic type sealant. Note that, except as noted, oil or solvent based sealants are specifically
prohibited for use on this project. For exterior applications, "Uni-Weather" (United McGill
Corp.) solvent based sealant shall be used. No other sealants may be used. All seams and
joints in shop and field fabricated ductwork shall be sealed by applying one layer of sealant,
then immediately spanning the joint with a single layer of 3" wide open weave fiberglass
tape. Sufficient additional sealant shall then be applied to completely imbed the cloth. At
contractor’s option Hardcast 1602 sealant tape may be used in lap joints and flat seams.
C.
Oval ducts shall be spiral flat oval or welded flat oval equal to those of United McGill Sheet
Metal Company with gauges and reinforcing as recommended by the manufacturer for
medium pressure or the ducts may be Shop fabricated of completely welded construction of
the following gauge:
Major Axis 12 to 20
No. 24 gauge
Major Axis 20 to 30
No. 22 gauge
Major Axis 30 to 46
No. 20 gauge
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No. 18 gauge
Major Axis 50 and Up
No. 16 gauge
D.
Oval fittings shall be equal to those of United McGill Sheet Metal Company with
requirements, sealing, etc., similar to that specified for round medium pressure work.
E.
Oval duct reinforcing methods shall be submitted as Shop Drawings for approval.
Reinforcing galvanized angles shall be of sizes specified for same size rectangular ducts.
Galvanized angles shall be used where standing seams are specified for rectangular ducts.
Attaching methods shall be shown on Shop Drawings and submitted for approval.
F.
Testing of Medium Pressure Ductwork: (Includes from fan discharge through to the
discharge of terminal units.)
1.
All medium pressure ducts shall be pressure tested according to SMACNA Chapter
10 test procedures. Design pressure for testing ductwork shall be six inches (6") of
water. Total allowable leakage shall not exceed 1% of the total system design air flow
rate. When partial sections of the duct system are tested, the summation of the
leakage for all Sections shall not exceed the total allowable leakage.
1. The entire system of medium pressure ductwork shall be tested, excluding the VAV/Constant
Volume Terminal Units (i.e. The ductwork shall be capped immediately prior to the Terminal
Units, and tested as described above). After testing has proven that the ductwork is installed and
performs as specified, the terminal units shall be connected to the ductwork and the connections
sealed with extra care. The contractor shall inform the project inspector when the joints may be
visually inspected for voids, splits, or improper sealing of the joints. If any leakage in the terminal
unit connections/joints after the systems have been put into service, the leaks shall be repaired
by: 1) complete removal of the sealing materials, 2) thorough cleaning of the joint surfaces, and
3) installation of multiple layers of sealing materials.
G.
All exhaust ductwork, including toilet room exhausts, shall be constructed as for medium
pressure ducts and shall be tested for leaks in the same manner as for medium pressure
supply ducts. Testing may exclude any zoning valves as well. The duct shall be capped
upstream and downstream of the valves and tested on both sides. Testing can be done
before spin-ins are installed if there is no sheetmetal ductwork after the spin-in, or an
additional 1 cfm can be added to the total allowable cfm leakage for each dampered spin-in.
The total leakage for both upstream and downstream shall be no more than 1% of the total
design cfm.
H.
DUCTMATE or Ward coupling system may be used on rectangular ductwork. Contractor
may (where space permits) use rectangular ductwork with DUCTMATE or Ward system in
lieu of oval ductwork. Joints shall be assembled with pre-formed isobutyene gasket (min.
3/16” thick x 5/8” wide), equal to Ductmate 440 tape or McGill “Uni-Butyl” tape. After
assembly, entire joint shall be coated with 20 mil thickness of Hardcast “Flex-Grip” 550. No
other flange-type duct joining systems may be used. Duct gauges shall be as specified
herein.
I.
Rectangular 90 degree elbows shall be constructed with single thickness turning vanes.
Radius type rectangular elbows shall have a centerline radius of 1-1/2 times the duct
diameter or width. Contractor shall have the option to substitute short radius vaned elbows,
but shall request the substitution at the time of submittal of Shop Drawings, and shall request
the substitution as required in Section 23 0000. Elbows in round or oval ducts may be
smooth long radius as described above or 5-piece 90 degree elbows and 3-piece 45 degree
elbows. Joints in round ducts shall be slip type with a minimum of three sheet metal screws.
Joints in sectional elbows shall be sealed as specified for duct sealing.
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ELBOWS:
A.
Where rectangular elbows are shown, or are required for good air flow, contractor shall
provide and install turning vanes. Job fabricated turning vanes, if used, shall be fabricated of
the same gauge and type of material as the duct in which they are installed. Vanes must be
fabricated for same angle as duct offset. Radius elbows shall have a centerline radius of not
less than one and one-half (1-1/2) times the duct width. Submit Shop Drawings on factory
fabricated and job fabricated turning vanes. Provide turning vanes in all rectangular radius
elbows and offsets.
B.
All turning vanes shall be anchored to the cheeks of the elbow in such a way that the cheeks
will not breathe at the surfaces where the vanes touch the cheeks. In most cases, this will
necessitate the installation of an angle iron support on the outside of the cheek parallel to the
line of the turning vanes.
C.
Where turning vanes are to be provided and installed as required above.
thickness turning vanes shall be used.
Only single
FLEXIBLE DUCTS:
A.
Medium Pressure Insulated Flexible Duct may be used where shown on the drawings. Duct
shall be made with factory preinsulated duct composed of dead soft, spiral wound, triple
locked corrugated aluminum core covered with a minimum of 1-1/2" thick, 3/4 lb. density
fiberglass blanket sheathed in a vapor barrier of fiberglass reinforced aluminum foil and
mylar laminate. The insulation shall have a minimum "K" factor of 0.29 at 60 degrees F.
mean and a vapor barrier permeability rating of 0.05 per ASTM method E96-66, Procedure
A. The C factor shall be 0.24 to meet HUD requirements. The duct shall be rated for a
positive working pressure of 10" w.g. and a temperature of up to 250 degrees F. The duct
must comply with the latest NFPA Bulletin 90A and be listed and labeled by Underwriter's
Laboratories, Inc., as Class I Air Duct, Standard 181, and meet GSA, FHA and other U. S.
Government standards; flame spread, not over 15; smoke developed, not over 10. Flexible
ducts shall be not more than 24" in length, shall be installed in straight runs only, and shall be
Flexmaster Type TL-M or approved equal.
1.
B.
The terminal ends of the duct core shall be secured by compression coupling or
stainless steel worm gear type clamp equal to Ideal Series 56 Snaplock. The fittings
on air mixing devices and on sheet metal duct shall be coated with the sealant
specified for low pressure ductwork, then flexible duct core slipped over duct and
coupling or clamp tightened, then connection sealed with more sealant. Insulation of
flexible duct shall be slipped over connection to point where insulation abuts mixing
box or insulation on duct. These insulation connections shall be sealed by
imbedding fiberglass tape in the sealant specified for medium pressure ductwork
and coating with more sealant to provide a vapor barrier. (This applies to all flex
connections to diffusers, grilles, etc. when allowed on the drawings.)
Insulated Acoustical Low Pressure Flexible Duct: Provide where indicated on drawings
Flexmaster Type 1M UL181 Class I Air Duct. The duct shall be constructed of a CPE fabric
supported by helical wound galvanized steel. The fabric shall be mechanically locked to the
steel helix without the use of adhesives or chemicals. This flex duct material shall be used
on exhaust duct for connecting air inlets (for general lab exhaust, not to be considered for
connections to hoods, BSCs or equipment connections) to the distribution duct.
The internal working pressure rating shall be at least 6" w.g. positive and 4" w.g. negative
with a bursting pressure of at least 2½ time the working pressure.
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The duct shall be rated for a velocity of at least 4000 feet per minute. The duct must be
suitable for continuous operation at a temperature range of -20° F to +250° F.
Acoustical performance, when tested by an independent laboratory in accordance with the
Air Diffusion Council's Flexible Air Duct Test Code FD 72-R1, Section 3.0, Sound Properties,
shall be as follows:
The insertion loss (dB) of a 10 foot length of straight duct when tested in accordance
with ASTM E477, at a velocity of 2500 feet per minute, shall be at least:
Octave Band
Hz.
6" diameter
8" diameter
12" diameter
2
125
7
13
21
3
250
31
29
28
4
500
40
36
29
5
1000
38
35
33
6
2000
40
38
26
7
4000
27
22
12
The radiated noise reduction (dB) of a 10 foot length of straight duct when tested in
accordance with ASTM E477, at a velocity of 2500 feet per minute, shall be at least:
Octave Band
Hz.
6" diameter
8" diameter
12" diameter
2
125
5
10
9
3
250
8
7
6
4
500
7
7
6
5
1000
8
8
5
6
2000
11
10
9
7
4000
15
13
13
The self generated sound power levels (LW) dB re 10-12 Watt of a 10 foot length of
straight duct for an empty sheet metal duct when tested in accordance with ASTM E477,
at a velocity of 1000 feet per minute, shall not exceed:
Octave Band
Hz.
6" diameter
8" diameter
12" diameter
2
125
42
41
54
3
250
31
34
45
4
500
23
27
38
5
1000
18
19
31
6
2000
17
18
27
7
4000
21
21
23
Factory insulate the flexible duct with fiberglass insulation. The R value shall be at least 4.2 at a
mean temperature of 75° F. Cover the insulation with a fire retardant metalized vapor barrier
jacket reinforced with crosshatched scrim having a permeance of not greater than 0.05 perms
when tested in accordance with ASTM E96, Procedure A.
Total length of flex duct shall be limited to 10’ with no more than ½” deflection per foot between
supports. One 90 degree ell will be allowed when fitted with ThermaFlair FlexFlow Elbow
accessory.
2.06
DUCT LINER: NOTE: ALL DUCTWORK SHALL BE EXTERNALLY INSULATED UNLESS
OTHERWISE INDICATED ON THE PROJECT DRAWINGS. (See Section 23 07 19, for the
applicable insulation specification.)
A.
Where indicated on the Drawings, ducts shall have lining equal to Johns Manville Permacote
Linacoustic anti-microbal duct liner with factory applied edge coating. Duct liner shall be one
inch (1") thick unless otherwise indicated. The liner shall be applied to the inside of the duct
with heavy density side to the air stream and shall be secured in the duct with fireproof 3M
#37 or St. Clair R41B adhesive, completely coating the clean sheet metal. All joints in the
insulation shall be "buttered" and firmly butted tightly to the adjoining liner using fireproof
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adhesive. Where a cut is made for duct taps, etc., the raw edge shall be accurately and
evenly cut and shall be thoroughly coated with fireproof adhesive. On ducts over twenty-four
(24") in width or depth, the liner shall be further secured with mechanical fasteners. The
fasteners shall be A. J. Gerrard Company pronged straps, or approved equal, secured to the
ducts by fireproof adhesive. The clips shall be eighteen inch (18") maximum spacing and
shall be pointed up with fireproof adhesive. Liner shall be accurately cut and ends thoroughly
coated with fireproof adhesive so that when the duct section is installed, the liner shall make
a firmly butted and tightly sealed joint. Where ducts are lined exterior insulation will not be
needed unless otherwise noted, except that the two insulations shall not lap less than
twenty-four inches (24"). Dimensions given on the Drawings are metal sizes. Refer to
Section 23 00 00 for Flame-Spread Properties.
2.07
FACTORY LINED ACOUSTICAL DUCTS: (NOTE: Must appear on the Drawings.)
A.
Where indicated on the Drawings, furnish and install double wall internally insulated duct and
fittings.
B.
Duct shall consist of outer metal pressure shell, 1" thick glass fiber insulation and internal
perforated metal liner.
C.
Duct and fittings shall be equal to Acousti-K 27 as manufactured by United McGill Sheet
Metal Company.
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01
3.02
INSTALLATION
A.
Refer also to requirements included in Part 2 of this specification.
B.
Obtain manufacturer's inspection and acceptance of fabrication and installation of fiberglass
ductwork prior to beginning of installation.
C.
Provide openings in ductwork where required to accommodate thermometers and
controllers. Provide pilot tube openings where required for testing of systems, complete with
metal can with spring device or screw to ensure against air leakage. Where openings are
provided in insulated ductwork, install insulation material inside a metal ring.
D.
Locate ducts with sufficient space around equipment to allow normal operating and
maintenance activities.
E.
Connect diffusers or troffer boots to low pressure ducts with 2 feet maximum length of
flexible duct. Hold in place with strap or clamp, and seal as specified.
F.
During construction provide temporary closures of metal or taped polyethylene on open
ductwork to prevent construction dust from entering ductwork system.
LOW PRESSURE DUCT SUPPORTS:
A.
See Section 23 05 29.
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DUCTWORK APPLICATION SCHEDULE
AIR SYSTEM
Supply/Exhaust/Return Systems:
AHU Supply to Terminal Unit/Lab Control Valve
Downstream of terminal units
MATERIAL (2)
MINIMUM PRESSURE
CLASSIFICATION
Galvanized Steel
Galvanized Steel
Medium Pressure 6”
Low Pressure
Notes to Table:
(1) Air device connections may be made with insulated flexible duct as specified herein.
Provide hard connections where specifically shown on the drawings.
(2) Any duct exposed within occupied spaces (excluding mechanical rooms) shall be
stainless.
3.05
CLEANING OF SYSTEMS:
A.
Before turning the installation over to the Owner, all ducts should be cleaned and blown free
of all dust and dirt that has collected in the ducts.
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SECTION 23 33 00
DUCTWORK ACCESSORIES
PART 1 GENERAL
1.00
1.01
The following sections are to be included as if written herein:
A.
Section 23 00 00 – Basic Mechanical Requirements
B.
Section 23 05 29 – Sleeves, Flashings, Supports and Anchors
C.
Section 23 05 53 – Mechanical Identification
WORK INCLUDED
A.
1.02
B.
Air turning devices.
C.
Duct access doors.
D.
Duct test holes.
RELATED WORK
A.
1.03
1.04
Volume control dampers.
Section 23 31 00 - Ductwork.
REFERENCES
A.
NFPA 90A - Installation of Air Conditioning and Ventilating Systems.
B.
SMACNA - Low Pressure Duct Construction Standards.
C.
UL 33 - Heat Responsive Links for Fire-Protection Service.
D.
UL 555 - Fire Dampers and Ceiling Dampers.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit shop drawings and product data under provisions of Section 23 00 00.
B.
Provide shop drawings for shop fabricated assemblies indicated, including volume control
dampers duct access doors duct test holes. Provide product data for hardware used.
C.
Submit manufacturer's installation instructions under provisions of Section 23 00 00 for fire
dampers and combination fire and smoke dampers.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01
DAMPERS:
A.
Furnish and install dampers where shown on the Drawings and wherever necessary for
complete control of the air flow, including all supply, return and exhaust branches, "division"
in main supply, return and exhaust ducts, each individual air supply outlet and fresh air ducts.
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Where access to dampers through a fixed suspended ceiling is necessary, the Contractor
shall be responsible for the proper location of the access doors.
2.02
2.03
B.
Dampers shall be carefully fitted, and shall be controlled by locking quadrants equal to
Ventlok No. 555 on exposed uninsulated ductwork, No. 644 on exposed externally insulated
ductwork and No. 677 (2-5/8" diameter) chromium plated cover plate for concealed ductwork
not above lay-in accessible ceilings. Furnish and install end bearings for the damper rods on
the end opposite the quadrant when No. 555 or No. 644 regulators are used, and on both
ends when No. 677 regulators are used.
C.
On concealed ductwork above lay-in accessible ceilings use Ventlok No. 555 or No. 644
locking quadrant for splitter dampers.
D.
Dampers larger than three (3) square feet in area shall be controlled by means of rods
hinged near the leading edge of the damper with provisions for firmly anchoring the rod and
with end bearings supporting the axle.
E.
Volume dampers shall be equal to those of Greenheck, Ruskin, Pottorff or substitute
approved by Owner. Blades shall not exceed 48 inches (48") in length or twelve inches (12")
in width and shall be of the opposed interlocking type. The blades shall be of not less than
No. 16 gauge galvanized steel supported on one-half inch (1/2") diameter rust-proofed axles.
Axle bearings shall be the self-lubricating ferrule type.
F.
Install all dampers furnished by the Temperature Control Manufacturer's in strict accordance
with the manufacturer's recommendations and requirements of these Specifications.
G.
All adjustable dampers installed in externally insulated ductwork shall be installed with
Ventlok No. 639, or equal, elevated dial operators. Insulation shall extend under the elevated
dial. All adjustable dampers installed in internally insulated ductwork shall be installed with
Ventlok No. 635, or equal, dial operators. All damper shaft penetrations in the ductwork shall
be installed with Ventlok #609 end bearings.
ACCESS DOORS:
A.
Furnish and install in the ductwork, hinged rectangular or round "spin-in" access doors to
provide access to all fire dampers mixed air plenums, upstream of steam reheat coils,
automatic dampers, etc. Where the ducts are insulated, the access doors shall be double
skin doors with one inch (1") of insulation in the door. Where the size of the duct permits, the
doors shall be eighteen inches (18") by sixteen inches (16"), or eighteen inches in diameter,
and shall be provided with Ventlok No. 260 latches (latches are not required in round doors).
Latches for rectangular doors smaller than 18" x 16" shall be Ventlok No. 100 or 140. Doors
for zone heating coils shall be Ventlok, stamped, insulated access doors, minimum 10" x 12",
complete with latch and two (2) hinges, or twelve inches (12") in diameter. Round access
doors shall be "Inspector Series" spin-in type door as manufactured by Flexmaster USA, or
approved equal. Doors for personnel access to ductwork shall be nominal twenty-four
inches (24") in diameter.
B.
Where these access doors are above a suspended ceiling, this Contractor shall be
responsible for the proper location of the ceiling access doors.
TEST OPENINGS:
A.
Furnish and install in the return air duct and in the discharge duct of each fan unit Ventlok
No. 699 instrument test holes. The test holes shall be installed in locations as required to
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measure pressure drops across each item in the system, e.g., O.A. louvers, filters, fans,
coils, intermediate points in duct runs, etc.
2.04
DUCT LOW PRESSURE TAPS (Conical Bell Mouth Fittings)
A.
All duct taps shall be made with low-loss taps, conical taps or full-sized bellmouth taps.
B.
Conical fittings may be used for duct taps and shall include quadrant dampers on all lines to
air devices (diffusers and grilles) even though a volume damper is specified for the air
device. (This does not apply to medium pressure duct.) Spin-in fittings shall be sealed at the
duct tap with a gasket, or compression fit, or sealed with sealant specified for medium
pressure ductwork. The location of spin-in fittings in the ducts shall be determined after dual
or single duct terminal units are hung or the location of the light fixtures is known so as to
minimize flexible duct lengths and sharp bends.
C.
The conical fitting shall be made of at least 26 gage galvanized sheet metal. The
construction to be a two-piece fitting with a minimum overall length of 6 inches and shall be
factory sealed for high pressure requirements. Average loss coefficient for sizes 6, 8, and 10
shall be less than 0.055.
D.
Each to be provided with minimum 24 gage damper plate with locking quadrant operator and
sealed end bearings. Damper blade shall be securely attached to shaft to prevent damper
from rotating around shaft.
E.
Provide flange and gasket with adhesive peel-back paper for ease of application. The fitting
shall be further secured by sheet metal screws spaced evenly at no more than 4 inches oncenter with a minimum of four screws per fitting.
F.
The conical bellmouth fitting shall be Series 3000G as manufactured by Flexmaster U.S.A.,
Inc., or Buckley Air Products, Inc., 'AIR-TITE'.
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01
INSTALLATION
A.
Install accessories in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
B.
Provide balancing dampers at points on low pressure supply, return, and exhaust systems
where branches are taken from larger ducts as required for air balancing. Use splitter
dampers only where indicated.
C.
Provide balancing dampers on medium pressure systems where indicated.
D.
Provide flexible connections immediately adjacent to equipment in ducts associated with fans
and motorized equipment. Cover connections to medium and high pressure fans with
leaded vinyl sheet, held in place with metal straps.
E.
Provide duct access doors for inspection and cleaning before and after duct mounted filters,
coils, fans, automatic dampers, at fire dampers, and elsewhere as indicated. Provide
minimum 8 x 8 inch (200 x 200 mm) size for hand access, 18 x 18 inch (450 x 450 mm) size
for shoulder access, and as indicated.
F.
Provide duct test holes where indicated and where required for testing and balancing
purposes. Refer also to Section 23 05 93.
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SECTION 23 36 00
AIR TERMINAL UNITS
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01
RELATED DOCUMENTS
A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions and Division
01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.
B. Specifications throughout all Divisions of the Project Manual are directly applicable to this
Section, and this Section is directly applicable to them.
1.02
SUMMARY
A. Perform all Work required to provide and install the following products as indicated by the
Contract Documents with supplementary items necessary for proper installation.
1. Dual duct variable or constant volume terminal units.
2. Integral controls.
3. Integral sound attenuator.
1.03
REFERENCE STANDARDS
A. The latest published edition of a reference shall be applicable to this Project unless identified
by a specific edition date.
B. All reference amendments adopted prior to the effective date of this Contract shall be
applicable to this Project.
C. All materials, installation and workmanship shall comply with the applicable requirements and
standards addressed within the following references:
1. NFPA 90A - Installation of Air Conditioning and Ventilation Systems.
2. UL 181 - Factory-Made Air Ducts and Connectors.
3. ARI Standard 880 for Air Terminals.
4. ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 130 – Methods of Testing for Rating Ducted Air Terminal Units.
1.04
SUBMITTALS
A. Product Data:
1. Shop Drawings of product data indicating configuration, general assembly, access space
required for service, and materials used in fabrication.
2. Electronic or Printed Catalog performance ratings that indicate nominal inlet size, CFM,
applicable static pressure at the inlet or discharge of terminal unit, and noise criteria with
sound octave band and sound decibel test in accordance with ARI 880, for the insulation
lining selected.
3. Leakage curves indicating inlet static pressure and actual tested leakage rates shall be
submitted for all non-standard or custom-built terminal units.
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4. Unit manufacturer shall test and certify that each terminal unit used on this Project has
been tested as specified.
B. Record Documents:
1. Submit under provision of Division 01.
C. Operation and Maintenance Data:
1. Operating instructions and maintenance manuals indicating maintenance and repair data,
parts lists.
D. Sample Units:
1. One sample, 8 inch size, production run unit of each type shall be submitted for
examination and approval by the Engineer, Owner, and TAB Firm.
2. This sample unit shall be submitted in addition to the required written submittal, well in
advance of any requirement for installation of units, but absolutely no later than 60
calendar days after the Notice to Proceed with Construction.
3. Contractor shall allow a minimum of three (3) weeks for testing of the sample unit from
the time shipped to the TAB Firm. The TAB Firm will test double duct terminal for casing
leakage, damper leakage, and the specification requirements. This period shall restart if
the sample unit is rejected and another unit is resubmitted.
4. If rejected for any reason, Contractor shall expedite the documented corrections and shall
resubmit a sample unit as soon as possible.
5. Any delay in submittal of the unit for approval shall not be grounds for Contractor’s claim
of delay. If approved, the unit shall remain in the possession of the Owner at the Project
Site for comparison with units as shipped to the Project.
6. Unit(s) shall be installed in the Project, at an accessible, marked location.
1.05
SHIPMENT TESTING PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
A. Shipment Testing: At the Owner’s discretion, a minimum of ten (10) percent of each size
double duct terminal unit (but no less than one unit of each size on the Project) will be tested
at the Project Site for casing leakage and damper leakage. Contractor shall allow sufficient
time during construction for the TAB Firm to perform all testing as may be required.
B. Unit Non-Performance:
1. If results of the shipment testing show that any of the units do not perform as specified,
then an additional ten (10) percent of each size unit (but no less than one unit of a size,
unless 100 percent of the size has been tested) shall be tested.
2. If this testing, in the Owner’s opinion, shows that ten (10) percent or more of the units
tested do not perform as specified, then 100 percent of all unit sizes shall be tested for
conformance with these Specifications.
3. The results of that testing shall be reviewed carefully between the Contractor,
manufacturer, Owner, and Engineer. A method of repair or replacement of units will be
negotiated. The Owner, however, shall maintain the right of final approval of any proposed
solution.
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C. Should for any reason, the testing as described in this Section prove that any of the units do
not perform as specified, Contractor shall be responsible for all subsequent labor, travel,
travel expenses and incidental expenses, penalties, or other costs attendant to any additional
testing as described in this Section, or as required to prove that the units perform as specified.
This shall include, but not be limited to, the labor, travel and reasonable incidental expenses
of not only the Contractor and TAB Firm, but also those incurred by the Owner as may be
specifically required for this purpose.
1.06
WARRANTY
A. Provide one year manufacturer’s warranty under provisions of Section 23 00 00.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.01
GENERAL
A. All materials shall meet or exceed all applicable referenced standards, federal, state and local
requirements, and conform to codes and ordinances of authorities having jurisdiction.
2.02
MANUFACTURERS
A. Manufacturer: Company specializing in manufacturing the products specified in this Section
with minimum three (3) years documented experience.
B. The same manufacturer shall provide all products supplied and/or installed under this Section.
C. Manufacturers:
1. Nailor Industries – 3200-UT
2.03
GENERAL CONSTRUCTION
A. This section applies to dual duct terminal unit configurations as described within this
Specification.
B. Casing Construction:
1. Units shall be constructed of 20 gage galvanized steel.
2. All interior features of the boxes (such as mixing baffles, damper housings, etc.) shall be
secured within the casing to avoid excessive movement or rattling with air movement or
externally generated vibration.
3. All external features of the terminal units shall be designed not to extend beyond the ends
of the unit. For example, the actuator mounting brackets, etc. shall not extend beyond the
plane of the inlet "bulkhead." The only exception shall be flow sensors installed in the inlet
duct connections. Note that if a separate flow station is installed within a frame within the
casing, then it shall be so installed not to allow airflow to bypass the flow measurement
station.
4. The access panel for the unit shall be on the bottom of the unit for access down through
the ceiling.
C. Ductwork Connections:
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1. Construct units with inlet and discharge ductwork connections. The inlet ductwork
connections shall extend a minimum of 4 inches from the unit casing including an
allowance for the installation of airflow station(s) or probe(s).
2. The discharge connection shall include flange connection for use by the Contractor to
secure the discharge ductwork or appurtenances to the unit and shall be reinforced to
provide a rigid assembly.
3. External insulation shall be as specified in the Contract Documents for duct insulation with
full vapor barrier.
D. Casing Liners:
1.
Terminal unit casing shall be double wall lined with 1-inch thick, 1.5 lb density fiberglass
insulation enclosed between the unit casing and a non-perforated, internal sheet metal
cover. The interior wall cover shall be 22 gage galvanized steel. The interior wall cover
shall extend over the fiberglass insulation and cover the liner cut edges. The exterior
cover shall be 20 gage galvanized steel.
2.
Insulation shall meet requirements of UL181 and NFPA 90A.
3.
Casing shall be insulated throughout its interior.
E. Damper:
1. Damper blades shall be minimum 18 gage galvanized steel or equivalent aluminum and
shall be securely riveted or bolted through the damper shafts to assure no slippage of the
blades. The damper shafts shall operate in rustproof self-lubricating bearings. Damper
shafts penetrating the unit casings shall be sealed against leakage and bearings shall be
installed for protection against wear in the casing penetration. Damper shafts shall be
formed of, or cut from solid stock; no hollow shafts will be allowed. The dampers shall
seat against gasketed stops or the dampers shall have gasketed edges. The dampers
shall be constructed with the proper rigidity to prevent deformation of the damper blade.
The damper actuator linkage, if used, shall be constructed of material of sufficient
strength to avoid buckling under extreme loads. Also, linkages shall not allow play greater
than 5 degrees of damper movement. The controls for the dampers shall cause the
dampers to fail in the position of last control (freeze in place), or fail to the open position.
2. Damper Leakage: Units shall be tested for inlet leakage with 4 inches w.g. static pressure
imposed. The maximum percent leakage from all tests shall be reported. The following
table provides the maximum allowable damper leakage for the various size diameter
inlets at 4 inches w.g. differential pressure.
INLET DIAMETER (INCHES)
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE
CFM (AREA X 2000 FPM)
4
6
8
10
12
14
200
400
700
1000
1500
2150
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3. Flow Measurement: Airflow through the unit shall be accomplished by the use of a multiport velocity pressure cross sensor or multi-axis flow ring devices with a minimum of four
(4) radial distribution pick-up points connected to a center averaging chamber. The
chamber is to be designed with adequate internal passages to prevent restrictions that
can possibly contribute to control ‘hunting’. Calibration of each terminal unit with the
building automation system (BAS) Provider’s controller is to be performed by the
manufacturer prior to shipping the terminal unit to the Project Site.
4. Thermal Anemometry: Terminal Unit Velocity Sensors (Applicable only to a Single Point
Probe): The probe shall utilize thermal anemometry as the sensing technique. Velocity
range shall be 0 to 3250 feet per minute (fpm) and with an installed accuracy of ± 25 fpm.
The velocity probe shall include an insertion type-mounting bracket that mounts flush to
the supply duct. The velocity probe shall be mounted parallel to the damper shaft with 1/3
or 2/3 penetration into the duct. The velocity probe shall be mounted a minimum of two
duct diameters upstream of the terminal inlet for the pneumatic system. For the BAS, both
sensors shall be mounted immediately upstream of the terminal unit.]Electronic probes
shall be temperature compensated.
F. Unit Controls:
1. General Performance: Flow stations, control transformers, disconnect switch, and
controls enclosure shall be furnished, mounted and adjusted by the terminal unit
manufacturer to assure their proper placement within the units. If DDC controls of another
manufacturer (not the terminal unit manufacturer) are provided for the Project, the
terminal unit manufacturer shall be responsible only for construction of the terminal unit
and installation of internal control components installed at the manufacturer’s factory and
shall not be responsible for installation of controls not installed at the terminal unit
manufacturer’s factory, nor shall the manufacturer be responsible for the performance of
the DDC controls. The performance of DDC controls in connection with terminal units
shall be the responsibility of the BAS Provider.
2. Control Performance: Assemblies shall be able to be reset to any airflow between zero
and the maximum CFM shown on Drawings. To allow for maximum future flexibility, it
shall be necessary to make only simple screwdriver or keyboard adjustments to arrange
each unit for any maximum airflow within the ranges for each inlet size as scheduled on
the Drawings. The control devices shall be designed to maintain the desired flow
regardless of inlet flow deflection.
3. Control Sequences: The control sequence arrangements shall be as described on the
Drawings. Terminal units shall be shipped from the manufacturer with all necessary
control devices to accomplish each sequence, except as may be prohibited by the BAS
Provider. The desired sequence shall be adjustable according to space usage or a
change in space conditions.
G. DDC Controls Protocol/Description:
1. BAS Provider will be responsible for providing all damper actuators, linkages, flow
transducers, controllers, room temperature sensors, and any other devices required for
unit control, except as specified below.
2. BAS Provider will be responsible for calibrating the actuator and its controller through TAB
work for scheduled airflow rates. Units shall be capable of field calibration and
readjustment with external gauge taps.
3. Unit manufacturer shall provide unit inlet flow sensor and pneumatic tubing for BAS
Provider’s use.
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4. Unit manufacturer shall factory install all devices furnished by BAS Provider to result in a
complete functioning unit.
Unit manufacturer shall be responsible for reviewing
compatibility of devices furnished by BAS Provider to units provided.
H. Pressure and Leakage Certification:
1. Manufacturer shall certify that each unit used on the Project will perform as specified.
Each unit shall bear a tag or decal listing the following specified information:
2.04
a.
Test pressure.
b.
Leakage CFM (damper).
c.
Leakage CFM.
d.
Date of manufacture.
e.
Name of person performing test.
DUAL DUCT VARIABLE OR CONSTANT VOLUME TERMINAL UNITS
A. Pressure independent, dual duct variable or constant air volume control assemblies with
attenuator-mixers of the sizes, capacities and configurations as scheduled on the Drawings.
B. Unit Pressure Drop: For dual duct units with an integral attenuator-mixer, but with no other
accessories, the static pressure across the assembly with an equivalent 2000 fpm inlet
velocity through one inlet shall not exceed 0.50 inches water gauge, with the total flow through
either inlet.
C. Mixing:
a.
Dual duct terminal units as specified herein shall provide mixing within the units
and not rely upon the discharge ductwork to provide for completion of the mixing
process.
b.
The horizontal average temperature of the air as it leaves the terminal unit shall not
vary more than 1 degree F for each 10 degrees F of temperature difference
between the two inlet air supplies.
1) For example, if the cold supply air is 55 degrees F and the hot supply air is 95
degrees F, the difference is 40 degrees. The allowable temperature variation of
the discharge air is, thus, 4 degrees F.
c.
The temperature of the discharge air shall be measured using a pattern of four (4)
vertical, evenly spaced columns and three horizontal, evenly spaced rows.
d.
The rows and columns shall be spaced so that the resulting 12 points shall be at
the centers of equal areas. The plane of the points shall be perpendicular to the
direction of airflow, within four (4) inches of the discharge of the terminal unit, within
the discharge ductwork. The three readings in each column shall be averaged to
determine compliance with the 1 degree F criteria.
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PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.01
INSTALLATION
A. Installation shall meet or exceed all applicable federal, state and local requirements,
referenced standards and conform to codes and ordinances of authorities having jurisdiction.
B. All installation shall be in accordance with manufacturer’s published recommendations.
C. Provide clearance for inspection, repair, replacement, and service. Ensure accessibility to all
terminal unit electrical control panel doors, controllers and operators are located a minimum
of 30 inches from all obstructions (walls, pipe, etc.).
D. Provide ceiling access doors or locate units above easily removable ceiling components.
E. Install terminal units with the manufacturer’s recommended minimum number of diameters of
straight duct directly prior to the entry into each terminal unit connection. If the existing
conditions cannot provide that number of diameters, please contact the Engineer to look at
the situations specifically.
F. Support units individually from structure. Do not support from adjacent ductwork. For terminal
units that are not internally isolated, refer to Section 20 05 48 for terminal unit vibration
isolation requirements. Terminal units shall be supported using units hanger brackets and
threaded rods.
G. Connect to ductwork in accordance with Section 23 31 00.
H. Wiring and controller compartments and damper motors shall have a minimum 24 inch clear
wide and deep working space readily accessible from lift out ceiling tiles or access panels. All
dual-duct control power shall be low-voltage control power only.
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SECTION 23 37 00
AIR OUTLETS AND INLETS
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01
1.02
1.03
1.04
WORK INCLUDED
A.
Diffusers.
B.
Diffuser boots.
C.
Registers/grilles.
RELATED WORK
A.
Section 09 91 00 - Painting: Painting of ductwork visible behind outlets and inlets.
B.
Section 23 00 00 - Basic Mechanical Requirements.
C.
Section 23 31 00 - Ductwork.
D.
Section 23 33 00 - Ductwork Accessories.
REFERENCES
A.
ADC 1062 - Certification, Rating and Test Manual.
B.
AMCA 500 - Test Method for Louvers, Dampers and Shutters.
C.
ANSI/NFPA 90A - Installation of Air Conditioning and Ventilating Systems.
D.
ARI 650 - Air Outlets and Inlets.
E.
ASHRAE 70 - Method of Testing for Rating the Air Flow Performance of Outlets and Inlets.
F.
SMACNA - Low Pressure Duct Construction Standard.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
B.
1.05
Test and rate performance of louvers in accordance with AMCA 500.
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
A.
1.07
Test and rate performance of air outlets and inlets in accordance with ADC Equipment Test
Code 1062 and ASHRAE 70.
Conform to ANSI/NFPA 90A.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit product data under provisions of Section 23 00 00.
B.
Provide product data for items required for this project.
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C.
Submit schedule of outlets and inlets indicating type, size, location, application, and noise
level.
D.
Review requirements of outlets and inlets as to size, finish, and type of mounting prior to
submitting product data and schedules of outlets and inlets.
F.
Submit manufacturer's installation instructions under provisions of Section 23 00 00.
PART 2PRODUCTS
2.01
2.02
AIR SUPPLIES AND RETURNS:
A.
Grilles, registers and ceiling outlets shall be as scheduled on the Drawings and shall be
provided with sponge rubber or soft felt gaskets. If a manufacturer other than the one
scheduled is used, the sizes shown on the Drawings shall be checked for performance,
noise level, face velocity, throw, pressure drop, etc., before the submittal is made.
Selections shall meet the manufacturer's own published data for the above performance
criteria. The throw shall be such that the velocity at the end of the throw in the five foot
occupancy zone will be not more than 50 FPM nor less than 25 FPM. Noise levels shall not
exceed those published in the ASHRAE Guide for the type of space being served (NC level).
Grilles, registers and ceiling outlets shall be Nailor, Titus, or Metal*Aire.
B.
Locations of outlets on Drawings are approximate and shall be coordinated with other trades
to make symmetrical patterns and shall be governed by the established pattern of the lighting
fixtures or architectural reflected ceiling plan. Where called for on the schedules, the grilles,
registers and ceiling outlets shall be provided with deflecting devices and manual damper.
These shall be the standard product of the manufacturer, subject to review by the Architect,
and equal to brand scheduled.
ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS - CEILING DIFFUSERS
A. Titus.
B. Nailor
C. Metalaire
PART 3EXECUTION
3.01
INSTALLATION
A.
Install items in accordance with manufacturers' instructions.
B.
Check location of outlets and inlets and make necessary adjustments in position to conform
with architectural features, symmetry, and lighting arrangement. Refer to Section 09 91 00.
C.
Install diffusers to ductwork with air tight connection.
D.
Provide balancing dampers on duct take-off to diffusers, and grilles and registers, regardless
of whether dampers are specified as part of the diffuser, or grille and register assembly.
Where take-off dampers are accessible, dampers at the air device should be omitted.
E.
Paint ductwork visible behind air outlets and inlets matte black. Refer to Section 09 91 00.
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SECTION 26 00 00
BASIC ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
WORK INCLUDED
A. General Requirements specifically applicable to Division 26.
B. The Contractor shall be responsible for:
1. The work included consists of furnishing all materials, supplies, equipment and tools, and
performing all labor and services necessary for installation of a completely functional power,
lighting, fire alarm and signaling systems. Complete systems in accordance with the intent of
Contract Documents.
2. Coordinating the details of facility equipment and construction for all Specification Divisions,
which affect the work covered under this Division.
3. Furnishing and installing all incidental items not actually shown or specified, but which are
required by good practice to provide complete functional systems.
4. Temporary power service and lighting for construction. Coordinating all shutdown dates and
schedules with Owner's Representative and obtain all work-permits required by Owner.
C. Intent of Drawings:
1. The Drawings are necessarily diagrammatic by their nature, and are not intended to show
every connection in detail or every device or raceway in its exact location, unless specifically
dimensioned. The Contractor shall carefully investigate structural and finish conditions and
shall coordinate the work in order to avoid interference between the various phases of work.
The Contractor shall be responsible for the proper routing of raceway, subject to prior review
by the Owner and Engineer. Work shall be organized and laid out so that it will be concealed
in furred chases and suspended ceilings, etc., in finished portions of the building, unless
specifically noted to be exposed. All work shall be installed parallel or perpendicular to the
lines of the building unless otherwise noted.
2. The intent of the Drawings is to establish the type of systems and functions, but not to set
forth each item essential to the functioning of the system. The drawings and specifications
are cooperative, and work or materials called for in one and not mentioned in the other shall
be provided. Review pertinent drawings and adjust the work to conditions shown. In case of
doubt as to work intended, or where discrepancies occur between drawings, specifications,
and actual conditions, immediately notify the Architect/Engineer and the Owner’s
representative, and propose a resolution.
1.2
RELATED WORK
A. This Section shall be used in conjunction with the following other specifications and related
Contract Documents to establish the total general requirements for the project electrical systems
and equipment.
1. Division 01 Sections included in the project specifications.
2. The contract.
1.3
DESIGN CRITERIA
A. Equipment and devices to be installed outdoors or in enclosures where the temperatures are not
controlled shall be capable of continuous operation under such conditions per manufacturer’s
requirements.
B. Compliance by the Contractor with the provisions of this Specification does not relieve him of the
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responsibilities of furnishing equipment and materials of proper design, mechanically and
electrically suited to meet operating guarantees at the specified service conditions.
C. Electrical components shall be UL listed and labeled.
1.4
REFERENCE CODES AND STANDARDS, REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
A. Standards of the following organizations as well as those listed in Division 01, may be referenced
in the specification. Unless noted otherwise, references are to standards or codes current at the
time of bidding.
1.
Association of Edison Illuminating Companies (AEIC)
2.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
3.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
4.
Insulated Cable Engineers Association (ICEA)
5.
National Electrical Code (NEC)
6.
National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)
7.
Electrical Safety in the Workplace
8.
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
9.
Underwriter’s Laboratories (UL)
10.
ASHRAE/IES 90.1 – Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings
B. Work, materials and equipment must comply with the latest rules and regulations of the following.
1.
National Electrical Code (NEC)
2.
Electrical Safety in the Workplace
3.
Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
4.
American with Disability Act (ADA)
5.
American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
6.
University of Texas (UT) System
7.
Applicable state and federal codes, ordinances and regulations
C. Discrepancies. The drawings and specifications are intended to comply with listed codes,
ordinances, regulations and standards. Where discrepancies occur, immediately notify the
Owner’s representative in writing and ask for an interpretation. Should installed materials or
workmanship fail to comply, the Contractor is responsible for correcting the improper installation.
Additionally, where sizes, capacities, or other such features are required in excess of minimum
code or standards requirements, provide those specified shown.
D. Contractor shall obtain permits and arrange inspections required by codes applicable to this
Section and shall submit written evidence to the Owner and Engineer that the required permits,
inspections and code requirements have been secured.
1.5
SUBMITTALS
A. Submit the following in addition to and in accordance with the requirements of Division 01 for
submittal requirement.
1. Include inspection and permit certificates and certificates of final inspection and acceptance
from the authority having jurisdiction.
2. Manufacturer’s standardized schematic diagrams and catalog cuts shall not be acceptable
unless applicable portions of it are clearly indicated and non-applicable portions clearly
deleted or crossed out.
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3. All schematic, connection and/or interconnection diagrams in accordance with the latest
edition of NEMA.
4. Provide submittals as required by individual specification Section.
B. Provide the following with each submittal:
1. Catalog cuts with manufacturer’s name clearly indicated. Applicable portions shall be circled
and non-applicable portions shall be crossed out.
2. Line-by-line specification review by equipment manufacturer and contractor with any
exceptions explicitly defined.
C. Equipment Layout Drawing: 1/8-inch scale minimum drawings indicating electrical equipment
locations. Dimensions for housekeeping pads should be indicated on these drawings. Indicate
routing of conduit 2 inches and over on these drawings.
D. Within the specified time window after award of contract, submit list of equipment and materials to
be furnished.
1. Itemize equipment and material by specification Section number; include manufacturer and
identifying model or catalog numbers.
2. Replace rejected items with an acceptable item within 2 weeks after notification of rejection.
3. If a satisfactory replacement is not submitted within a two-week period, owner will notify
contractor as to equipment manufacturer or type and make or material to be furnished.
Provide designated items at no additional cost to owner.
E. As-Built Record Drawings: The Contractor shall maintain a master set of As-Built Record
Drawings that show changes and any other deviations from the drawings. The markups must be
made as the changes are done. At the conclusion of the job, these As-Built Record Drawings
shall be transferred to AutoCad electronic files, in a format acceptable to the Owner, and shall be
complete and delivered to the Owner's Representative prior to final acceptance. Refer to 01210
Project Administration for other requirements.
1.6
SAFETY
A. The Contractor shall follow the safety procedures in addition to, and in accordance with, the
requirements of Project Safety Manual (PSM).
1. The Contractors shall be responsible for training all personnel under their employ in areas
concerning safe work habits and construction safety. The Contractor shall continually inform
personnel on hazards particular to this project and update the information as the project
progresses.
2. The Contractor shall secure all electrical rooms, to limit access, prior to energizing any high
voltage (480V or higher) equipment and shall control access during the project after
energization. The Contractor shall post and maintain warning and caution signage in areas
where work is on going near energized equipment. The Contractor shall cover all energized
live parts when work is not being done in the equipment. This includes lunch and breaks.
3. The Contractor shall strictly enforce OSHA lock out/tag out procedures. Initial infractions
shall result in a warning; a second infraction shall result in the removal of the workman and
his foreman from the site. Continued infractions shall result in removal of the Contractor from
the site.
1.7
SHORING AND EQUIPMENT SUPPORTS
A. The Contractor shall provide all permanent and temporary shoring, anchoring, and bracing
required to make all parts absolutely stable and rigid; even when such shoring, anchoring, and
bracing are not explicitly called for.
B. The Contractor shall adequately support all freestanding panels, motor control centers,
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enclosures, and other equipment. This shall include bolting to the floor or solid structural steel to
prevent tipping. Install free-standing electrical equipment on 4" thick concrete housekeeping pads
that are provided by others. Under no condition shall equipment be fastened to non-rigid building
steel (i.e., removable platform steel gratings, handrails, etc.).
C. The Contractor shall provide racks and supports, independently mounted at structure, to support
electrical equipment and systems supplied and installed under this contract. At no time shall the
Contractor mount or suspend equipment from other disciplines’ supports.
1.8
TEMPORARY POWER REQUIREMENTS
A. Provide power distribution system sufficient to accommodate construction operations requiring
power, use of power tools, electrical heating, lighting, and start-up/testing of permanent electricpowered equipment prior to its permanent connection to electrical system. Provide proper
overload protection. Ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI) are to be used on all 120-volt, singlephase, 15 and 20 amp receptacle outlets where portable tools and equipment are used. Ground
fault circuit interrupters shall be tested weekly by the Contractor.
B. Temporary power feeders shall originate from a distribution panel. The conductors shall be multiconductor cord or cable per NEC for hard and extra-hard service multi-conductor cord.
C. Branch circuits shall originate in an approved receptacle or panelboard. The conductors shall be
multi-conductor cord or cable per NEC for hard and extra-hard service multi-conductor cord.
Each branch circuit shall have a separate equipment grounding conductor.
D. All receptacles shall be of the grounding type and electrically connected to the grounding
conductor.
E. Provide temporary lighting by factory-assembled lighting strings or by manually-assembled units.
All lamps for general lighting shall be protected from accidental contact or breakage. Protection
shall be provided by installing the lights a minimum of 7 feet from the work surface or by lamp
holders with guards. Branch circuits supplying temporary lighting shall not supply any other load.
Provide sufficient temporary lighting to ensure proper workmanship by combined use of day
lighting, general lighting, and portable plug-in task lighting. Comply with OSHA required footcandle levels and submit plan for approval by the owner.
F. For temporary wiring over 600 volts, suitable fencing, barriers, or other effective means shall be
provided to prevent access of anyone other than authorized and qualified personnel.
G. Temporary power cords shall be kept off the ground or floor. The Contractor shall provide
temporary supports as required to keep temporary cords off the ground or floor.
1.9
SUBSTITUTION OF MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT:
A. Refer to Uniform General Conditions and Supplementary General Conditions for substitution of
materials and equipment.
B. The intent of the Drawings and/or Specifications is neither to limit products to any particular
manufacturer nor to discriminate against an "APPROVED EQUAL" product as produced by
another manufacturer. Some proprietary products are mentioned to set a definite standard for
acceptance and to serve as a reference in comparison with other products. When a
manufacturer's name appears in these Specifications, it is not to be construed that the
manufacturer is unconditionally acceptable as a provider of equipment for this project. The
successful manufacturer or supplier shall meet all of the provisions of the appropriate
specification(s).
C. The specified products have been used in preparing the Drawings and Specifications and thus
establish minimum qualities with which substitutes must at least equal to be considered
acceptable. The burden of proof of equality rests with the Contractor. The decision of the
Architect/Engineer is final.
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D. When requested by the Architect/Engineer, the Contractor shall provide a sample of the proposed
substitute item. In some cases, samples of both the specified item and the proposed item shall
be provided for comparison purposes.
E. Timeliness: The burden of timeliness in the complete cycle of submittal data, shop Drawings, and
sample processing is on the Contractor. The Contractor shall allow a minimum of six (6) weeks
time frame for review of each submission by the office of the design discipline involved after
receipt of such submissions by that design discipline. The Contractor is responsible for allowing
sufficient time in the construction schedule to cover the aforementioned cycles of data
processing, including time for all resubmittal cycles on unacceptable materials, equipment, etc.
covered by the data submitted. Construction delays and/or lack of timeliness in the above regard
are the responsibility of the Contractor and will not be considered in any request for scheduled
construction time extensions and/or additional costs to the Owner.
F. All equipment installed on this project shall have local representation; local factory authorized
service, and a local stock of repair parts.
G. Acceptance of materials and equipment will be based on manufacturer's published data and will
be tentative subject to the submission of complete shop Drawings indicating compliance with the
contract documents and that adequate and acceptable clearances for entry, servicing, and
maintenance will exist. Acceptance of materials and equipment under this provision shall not be
construed as authorizing any deviations from the Specifications, unless the attention of the
Architect/Engineer has been directed in writing to the specific deviations. Data submitted shall
not contain unrelated information unless all pertinent information is properly identified.
H. Certification: The Contractor shall carefully examine all data forwarded for approval and shall
sign a certificate to the effect that the data has been carefully checked and found to be correct
with respect to dimensions and available space and that the equipment complies with all
requirements of the Specifications.
I.
Physical Size of Equipment: Space is critical; therefore, equipment of larger sizes than shown,
even though of specified manufacturer, will not be acceptable unless it can be demonstrated that
ample space exists for proper installation, operation, and maintenance.
J.
Should a substitution be accepted, and should the substitute material prove defective, or
otherwise unsatisfactory for the service intended within the guarantee period, this material or
equipment shall be replaced with the material or equipment specified at no additional cost to the
Owner.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
A. Materials and Equipment: Labeled and/or listed as acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction
as suitable for the use intended. Materials shall be of a standard industrial quality if no
specifications or specific model numbers are given.
B. Where two or more units of the same class of material are required, provide products of a single
manufacturer. Component parts of materials or equipment need not be products of the same
manufacturer.
C. All materials shall be new and unused.
D. Provide non-metallic material in corrosive areas or as otherwise specified.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
WORKMANSHIP
A. Install work in compliance with NEC latest edition.
B. Install material and equipment in accordance with manufacturers' instructions. Provide calibrated
torque wrenches and screwdrivers and tighten all terminals, lugs, and bus joints using it.
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C. Comply with startup procedures as defined by Construction Manager and Owner.
D. Arrange electrical work in a neat, well-organized manner. Do not block future connection points of
electrical service. Install all electrical work parallel or perpendicular to building lines unless noted
otherwise, properly supported with purpose-designed apparatus, in a neat manner.
E. Apply, install, connect, erect, use, clean, adjust, and condition materials and equipment as
recommended by the manufacturers in their published literature.
F. Make opening through masonry and concrete by core drilling in acceptable locations. Restore
openings to original condition to match remaining surrounding materials.
3.2
SERVICE CONTINUITY
A. Maintain continuity of electric service to all functioning portions of process or buildings during the
hours of normal use.
Phase construction work to accommodate Owner’s occupancy
requirements.
B. Arrange temporary outages for cutover work with the Owner. Keep the outages to a minimum
number and minimum length of time.
C. All service outages shall be requested in writing a minimum of two weeks prior to the date.
Owner reserves the right to postpone shutdowns up to 24 hours prior to the shutdown at no
additional cost. Outage requests shall include a schedule of the work to be performed and the
time requirements.
D. The Contractor shall obtain all appropriate Owner permits for working in equipment.
3.3
HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS
A. Equipment, wiring, devices, and other components located within hazardous areas to be of
appropriate type per NFPA requirements.
B. Ground exposed non-current carrying parts of entire electrical system in hazardous areas, in
accordance with NEC and as instructed by Owner.
3.4
SLEEVES AND SEALS
A. Provide sealing and/or fire stopping where electrical equipment passes through walls, ceilings,
and floors. Seals shall be watertight and/or fire rated as applicable.
3.5
CONSTRUCTION REVIEW
A. The Engineer or Owner's representative will review and observe installation work to insure
compliance by the Contractor with requirements of the Contract Documents.
B. Review, observation, assistance, and actions by the Engineer or Owner’s representative shall not
be construed as undertaking supervisory control of the work or of methods and means employed
by the Contractor. The review and observation activities shall not relieve the Contractor from the
responsibilities of these Contract Documents.
C. The fact that the Engineer or Owner’s representative do not make early discovery of faulty or
omitted work shall not bar the Engineer or Owner’s representative from subsequently rejecting
this work and insisting that the Contractor make the necessary corrections.
D. Regardless of when discovery and rejection are made, and regardless of when the Contractor is
ordered to correct such work, the Contractor shall have no claim against the Engineer or Owner’s
representative for an increase in the Contract price, or for any payment on account of increased
cost, damage, or loss.
3.6
WARRANTY
A. Provide warranties in accordance with the requirements of Uniform General and Supplementary
Conditions (UGC).
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SECTION 26 00 00.01
ELECTRICAL DEMOLITION
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
WORK INCLUDED
A. Electrical demolition for remodeling.
B. Electrical/control portion of HVAC work covered by Division 23 pertaining electrical demolition
shall follow the requirement set forth by this specification.
1.2
RELATED WORK
A. This Section shall be used in conjunction with the following other specifications and related
Contract Documents to establish the total requirements for minor electrical demolition for
remodeling.
1. Section 26 00 00 - Basic Electrical Requirements.
B. In the event of conflict regarding minor electrical demolition requirements between this Section
and any other Section, the provisions of this Section shall govern.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
A. Materials and equipment for patching and extending work: as specified in individual Sections.
B. Provide all materials necessary for work.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
EXAMINATION
A. All demolitions or modifications to existing systems shall be coordinated through Owner’s
Representative. Demolition drawings are based on casual field observation and existing record
documentations. Therefore the accuracy or exactness of the drawings is not guaranteed. The
Contractor shall verify that field measurements and circuiting arrangements are as shown on
Drawings and abandoned wiring and equipment serve only abandoned facilities. The Contractor
shall be responsible for reporting discrepancies to Engineer before disturbing existing installation.
B. Beginning of demolition means Contractor accepts existing conditions.
3.2
PREPARATION
A. Disconnect electrical systems in walls, floors, and ceilings scheduled for removal. Provide
temporary wiring and connections to maintain remaining systems in service during demolition
and/or modification.
Owner reserves the right up to 24 hours prior to any scheduled event to
delay or suspend shutdowns or outages to more convenient times at no additional cost.
B. Existing Electrical Service: Maintain existing system in service until new system is complete and
ready for service. No work shall begin without proper permits and authorizations. Disable system
only to make switchovers and connections. Obtain permission from Owner at least (2) weeks
before partially or completely disabling system. Minimize outage duration. Make temporary
connections to maintain service in areas adjacent to work area.
C. Existing Fire Alarm System: Maintain existing system in service until new system is accepted.
Disable system only to make switchovers and connections. Notify Owner at least (2) weeks
before partially or completely disabling system. Minimize outage duration. Provisions for manual
fire watch shall be provided in areas where services are interrupted. Make temporary
connections to maintain service in areas adjacent to work area.
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D. Existing Telephone System: Maintain existing system in service until new system is complete
and ready for service. Disable system only to make switchovers and connections. Notify Owner
at least (2) weeks before partially or completely disabling system. Minimize outage duration.
Make temporary connections to maintain service in areas adjacent to work area.
3.3
DEMOLITION AND EXTENSION OF EXISTING ELECTRICAL WORK
A. Remove, relocate, and extend existing installations to accommodate new plan drawings.
B. Remove exposed abandoned conduit, including abandoned conduit above accessible ceiling
finishes full length from source to device. Cut embedded or concealed conduit flush with walls
and floors, and patch surfaces.
C. Disconnect abandoned outlets and remove devices. Remove abandoned outlets if conduit
servicing them is abandoned and removed. Provide blank cover for abandoned outlets that are
not removed.
D. Disconnect and remove abandoned panelboards and distribution equipment.
E. Disconnect and remove electrical devices and equipment serving utilization equipment that has
been removed.
F. Disconnect and remove abandoned luminaires. Remove brackets, stems, hangers, and other
accessories.
G. Repair adjacent construction and finishes damaged during demolition and extension work.
H. Maintain access to existing electrical installations that remain active.
provide access panel as appropriate.
Modify installation or
I.
Extend existing installations using materials and methods compatible with existing electrical
installation or as specified.
J.
The level of completion shall be demonstrated to Owner’s Representative.
K. Where equipment is indicated to be demolished and returned to Owner, the Contractor shall
include the delivery of this equipment to the Owner's site storage area. Remove with care all
equipment to be relocated. Repair or replace of newly damaged equipment is the responsibility
of the Contractor.
3.4
CLEANING AND REPAIR
A. The Contractor shall follow Owner’s clean work policy and shall include the removal of trash and
demolished material from the building or work area at the end of the each day and removal from
the site once a week.
B. The Contractor shall be responsible for repairing adjacent construction and finishes damaged
during demolition and/or modification. The Contractor shall be responsible for the removal of
ceiling tiles required in the demolition work. The Contractor shall be responsible for the
replacement of damaged tiles and reinstallation of the ceiling prior to final acceptance.
C. Panelboards: Clean exposed surfaces and check tightness of electrical connections. Replace
damaged circuit breakers and provide closure plates for vacant positions. Provide typed circuit
directory showing revised circuiting arrangement.
D. Luminaires: Remove existing luminaires for cleaning. Use mild detergent to clean all exterior
and interior surfaces; rinse with clean water and wipe dry. Replace lamps, ballasts, and broken
electrical parts.
3.5
DISPOSITION OF MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT
A. Review with the Owner materials that have been removed and are no longer required, to
determine any which the Owner may desire to keep. Deliver those materials that the Owner
desires to the Owner’s specified location.
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B. For those materials not required by the Owner, dispose of them in accordance with applicable
regulations.
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SECTION 26 05 00
BASIC ELECTRICAL MATERIALS AND METHODS
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
WORK INCLUDED
A. Hinged cover enclosures and cabinets
B. Contactors
C. Control relays
D. Push buttons, and selector switches
E. Terminal blocks and accessories
F. Penetration sealing systems (fire stops)
G. Electrical/control portion of HVAC work covered by Division 23 pertaining basic electrical
materials and methods shall follow the requirement set forth by this specification.
1.2
APPLICABLE CODES AND STANDARDS
A. NFPA 70, National Electrical Code (latest edition)
B. American National Standard, National Electrical Safety Code, (latest edition)
C. Applicable publications of NEMA, ANSI, IEEE, and ICEA
D. Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. Standards (UL)
E. Federal, city, state, and local codes and regulations having jurisdiction
F. OSHA requirements
G. NEMA 250 - Enclosures for Electrical Equipment (1000 Volts Maximum)
H. NEMA WD 1 – General-Purpose Wiring Devices
I.
1.3
UL 98 - Enclosed Switches
INTENT
A. This Section is not, and shall not be interpreted to be, a complete listing of all materials or
equipment that is Contractor furnished and erected. It is intended to clarify and further define the
Contractor scope of work, procurement, and responsibilities for those incidental materials that are
not specified by other specifications, but important to a complete and operational system.
B. The Contractor shall furnish all equipment and materials, whether or not specified in other
Sections of specification and on drawings, for installation and connection required to place
equipment into satisfactory operating service. The Contractor shall review the Drawings and
specifications for clarification of his responsibility in the handling and installation of equipment and
material. Where applicable, and not in contradiction with the Drawings and specifications, the
Contractor shall install and connect the equipment in accordance with the manufacturer's
recommendations and instructions.
C. All materials and equipment shall be of types and manufacturer specified wherever practical.
Should materials or equipment so specified be unattainable, the Contractor shall submit the
description and manufacturer's literature, reason for substitution request and shall secure the
approval of the Engineer before substitution of other material or equipment is purchased. This
Section establishes performance requirements and the quality of equipment acceptable for use
and shall in no way be construed to limit procurement from other manufacturer.
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SUBMITTALS
A. Provide submittals in addition and in accordance with Section 26 00 00, Basic Electrical
Requirements, and Division 01 for submittal requirement.
B. Submit manufacturer's literature and specification data sheets for each type of basic material,
which is applicable to the project.
1.5
DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
A. Provide factory-wrapped waterproof flexible barrier material for covering materials, where
applicable, to protect against physical damage in transit. Damaged materials shall be removed
from project site.
B. In their factory-furnished coverings, store materials in a clean, dry indoor space, which provides
protection against the weather.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
PENETRATION SEALING SYSTEMS (FIRE STOPS)
A. Provide penetration sealing where conduit, cable tray, etc. pass through rated walls, ceilings, and
floors. See Section 07840, Fire Stopping, and Section 07900, Joint Sealants, for sealing
requirements and systems.
2.2
UL LISTING
A. All equipment and materials shall be new and conform to the requirements of this Section. All
equipment and materials shall be UL listed, and shall bear their label whenever standards have
been established and level service is regularly furnished. All equipment and materials shall be of
the best grade of their respective kind for the purpose.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
ERECTION OF EQUIPMENT
A. Manufacturer's Installation Instructions: Where furnished or called for by the manufacturer
equipment manufacturer's installation instructions shall be considered a part of this specification
and fully complied with. Where the Contractor damages the finishing coat of paint in existing or
completed areas, he shall refinish with matching paint.
B. Mounting Heights: Individual safety switches and buttons and devices shall normally be installed
at the following mounting heights, when not specified on the Drawings.
3. Control Panels: 6 feet 0 inches (to top).
C. Mounting:
Equipment and control devices shall be supported independent of conduit
connections. Panels or cabinets shall be mounted on metal frame supports independently of
equipment. Control devices and metal enclosures shall be bolted or welded to steel channel or
steel plate. All electrical equipment and devices not covered by the above, such as
miscellaneous switches, thermostats, duct switches, temperature switches, floats, photoelectrical
devices, and similar electrical devices shall be located and set as suitable for the application.
Where control panels are provided as part of the equipment racks mounted on the floor, they
shall be provided to support conduits and flexible connections to control panels.
3.2
COORDINATION
A. Exact location of all electrical equipment, devices and fixtures shall be determined in field by
contractor and verified by Engineer's field representative prior to installation.
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SECTION 26 05 19
CABLE, WIRE AND CONNECTORS, 600 VOLT
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
WORK INCLUDED
A. Building wire.
1. Control system circuitry.
2. Lighting circuitry.
3. Other systems circuitry as designated.
B. Cable.
C. Wiring connections and terminations.
D. Electrical/control portion of HVAC work covered by Division 23 pertaining 600 volt cable, wire and
connectors shall follow the requirement set forth by this specification.
1.2
REFERENCES
A. NEMA WC 5 - Thermoplastic-Insulated Wire and Cable for the Transmission and Distribution of
Electrical Energy.
B. ANSI/UL 83 – Thermoplastic-Insulated Wire and Cables
C. NFPA 70 – National Electrical Code, latest edition
D. NEFA – Acceptance Testing Specifications for Electrical Power Distribution Equipment and
Systems.
E. Where application of National Electrical Code, trade association standards or publications
appears to be in conflict with the requirements of this Section, the Architect/Engineer shall be
asked for an interpretation.
1.3
SUBMITTALS
A. Provide submittals in accordance with and in additional to Section 26 00 00, Basic Electrical
Requirements, and Division 01 for submittal requirement.
B. Submit manufacturer's literature and specification data sheets for each item of cable, wire
connectors.
C. Qualification of cable and wire manufacturer: Company specializing in manufacturing products
specified in this Section with minimum ten years experience.
1.4
DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
A. Provide factory-wrapped waterproof flexible barrier material for covering wire and cable wood
reels, where applicable; and weather resistant fiberboard containers for factory packaging of
cable, wire and connectors, to protect against physical damage in transit. Damaged cable, wire
or connectors shall be removed from project site.
B. Store cable, wire and connectors in a clean, dry indoor space in their factory-furnished coverings,
which provides protection against the weather.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
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A. Generally, cable, wire and connectors shall be of manufacturer's standard materials, as indicated
by published product information.
B. Provide factory-fabricated wire of the size, rating, material and type as indicated for each service.
Where not indicated, provide proper selection as required to comply with installation requirements
and with NEC standards. The minimum size wire to be used for power or lighting circuits shall be
#12 copper with insulation as noted below. Minimum size for control shall be #14 copper.
C. The conductors of wires and cables shall be of copper (tinned where specified), and have
conductivity in accordance with the standardization rules of the IEEE. The conductor and each
strand shall be round and free of kinks and defects.
D. Grounding conductors, where insulated, shall be colored solid green or identified with green color
as required by the NEC. Conductors intended as a neutral shall be colored solid white, or
identified as required by the NEC. All motor or equipment power wiring shall be colored
according to Section 26 05 53, Electrical Identification.
E. Use crimp type compression lugs for all wiring termination's, except on breakers or terminal strips
in panel boards.
2.2
BUILDING WIRE
A. Thermoplastic-insulated Building Wire: NEMA WC 5.
B. Rubber-insulated Building Wire: NEMA WC 3.
C. Feeders and Branch Circuits, all sizes: 98% conductivity copper, soft-drawn, stranded conductor,
600 volt insulation, THHN/THWN-2 Use XHHW-2 conductors where installed in conduit
underground. Use of aluminum conductors is acceptable for conductors #1/0 and above. All
conductor sizes shown on plans are based on copper cable. If aluminum conductor is selected,
the contractor is responsible for sizing the conductor to match or exceed the equivalent capacity
of the copper conductor. Conduit size shall also be adjusted to suit the aluminum conductors.
2.3
REMOTE CONTROL AND SIGNAL CABLE
A. 600 Volt Insulation Control Cable for Class 1 Remote Control and Signal Circuits, Type TC:
1. Individual Conductors: 14 AWG, stranded copper, XHHW insulation. Rated 90 degrees C
dry, 75 degrees C wet, color-coded per ICEA Method 1 plus one green equipment grounding
conductor.
2. Assembly: Bundle wrapped with cable tape and covered with an overall PVC jacket. Cable
shall pass IEEE-1202 vertical tray ribbon-burner flame test (210,000 BTU) VW-1.
B. Instrumentation Cable
1. 300 Volt Instrumentation Cable, Multiple Pairs, Overall Shield, Type PLTC:
a. Individual Conductors: 18 AWG, stranded, tinned copper, flame retardant polyethylene
or PVC insulated, rated 105 degrees C, black and white numerically printed and coded
pairs.
b. Assembly: Individual twisted pairs having a 100 percent coverage aluminum-polyester
shield and 20 AWG stranded tinned copper drain wire. Conductor bundle shall be
shielded with 100 percent coverage overall aluminum-polyester shield complete with 20
AWG drain wire. All group shields completely isolated from each other. Bundle wrapped
with cable tape and covered with an overall flame retardant PVC jacket. Cable shall pass
IEEE-383 vertical tray flame test (70,000 BTU) UL1581.
C. Life Safety Systems Cable
1. All life safety system wiring shall be installed in dedicated conduit or raceway with adequate
separation/shielding from all other systems.
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2. Life safety systems wiring shall be as specified in the Section 28 31 00 - Fire Alarm and
Smoke Detection Systems.
D. Security/Access Control/CCTV Cable
1. All security/access control wiring shall be installed in dedicated conduits.
2. Security/access control wiring shall be rated and as specified below:
Circuit Type
20 mA Current
Loop
Card Reader
Coaxial
Contact Circuits
CCTV Coaxial
No. of
Conductor
s
2
-2
--
Conductor Specifications
18-gauge, stranded copper
18-gauge, solid copper,
center conductor
18-gauge, stranded copper
--
Cable Specifications
2 cables, 1 twisted pair each
required
Schlage Model No. SE9284PL
or Anicom 5910PL
Nonshielded, twisted
Belden 89259 plenum rated, or
approved equal
3. All security/access control power circuit wiring shall comply with paragraph 2.2. Building Wire
of this Section.
D. Plenum Cable for Class 3 Remote Control and Signal Circuits: 98% conductivity copper
conductor, 300 volt insulation, rated 60 degree C, UL listed for use in air handling ducts, hollow
spaces used as ducts, and plenums.
2.4
WIRING CONNECTIONS AND TERMINATIONS
A. Provide factory-fabricated, metal connectors of the size, rating, material, type and class as
indicated for each service. Where not indicated, provide proper selection as required to comply
with installation requirements and with NEC standards. Select from only following types, classes,
kinds and styles.
1. Type:
a. Solderless pressure connectors
b. Crimp.
c.
Threaded.
d. Insulated spring wire connectors with plastic caps for 10 AWG and smaller.
2. Class:
Insulated.
3. Material:
Copper (for CU to CU connection).
4. Style:
a. Insulated terminals. Use ring-terminal for control wiring. Use flange (fork) spade
compression terminal for termination of stranded conductors at wiring devices, including
ground connection.
b. Split bolt-parallel connector.
c.
Pigtail connector.
d. Pre-insulated multi-tap connector.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
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INSPECTION
A. Installer must examine the areas and conditions under which cable, wire and connectors are to
be installed and notify the Contractor in writing of conditions detrimental to the proper and timely
completion of the work. Inspect wire and cable for physical damage. Do not proceed with the
work until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
3.2
GENERAL WIRING METHODS
A. Install electrical cable, wire and connectors as indicated, in accordance with the manufacturer's
written instructions, the applicable requirements of NEC and the National Electrical Contractors
Association's "Standard of Installation", and as required to ensure that products serve the
intended functions.
B. Coordinate cable and wire installation work with electrical raceway and equipment installation
work, as necessary for proper interface. Do not install the conductors until raceway system is
complete and properly cleaned.
C. Cables shall be selected on the basis of their purpose and UL listing. Generally, use Types
THWN-2 and THHN-2 in building interiors and other dry locations. Outdoors and underground in
raceways, use Type XHHW-2. Conductors subject to abrasion, such as in lighting poles, shall be
Type XHHW-2.
D. No conductor smaller than No. 12 wire shall be used for lighting purposes. In the case of "home
runs" over 50' in length (100' for 277 volt) no conductor smaller than a No. 10 wire shall be used.
The sizing of all wire except remote control wire shall be accomplished in the case of both feeder
and branch circuits by conforming to the following provisions. Separate neutral conductors shall
be provided for each phase of the same size for 120V/277V single-phase application for heavy
electrical loads, computer loads, loads fed from isolated transformers, lab equipment, clinic
equipment, dedicated circuits, unless noted otherwise on drawings. Voltage drop on feeders and
branch circuits shall not exceed NEC requirement.
E. Remote control wires shall be no smaller than No. 14 conductors. Control wires shall be run in
separate conduits. Departures from the sizes so determined shall be made only in those cases in
which the National Electrical Code requires the use of larger conductors. The sizes as
determined from these tables shall be regarded as the acceptable minimum under all other
circumstances. In no case, however, shall there be a voltage drop greater than that specified in
any feeder or branch circuit. The Contractor may, if he deems it necessary or advisable, use
larger sized conductors than those shown. Under no circumstances, however, shall the
Contractor use any conductors sized in a manner which does not conform to the above
mentioned tables without having first secured the written approval of the Owner's duly authorized
representative.
F. Splice branch circuits only in accessible junction or outlet boxes. Control cable shall never be
spliced except the final connection to field devices. Where terminations of cables that are
installed under this Section are to be made by others, provide pigtail of adequate length for neat,
trained and bundles connections, minimum 5 feet at each location, unless noted otherwise on
drawings.
G. Wiring Within An Enclosure: Contractor shall bundle ac and dc wiring separately within an
enclosure. The Contractor shall utilize panel wire-ways when they are provided. Where wireways
are not provided the Contractor shall neatly tag, bundle wires and secure to sub-panel at a
minimum of every three inches with T&B Type TC5355 heavy duty mounting bases.
H. Do not band any conductor either permanently or temporarily during installation to radii less than
four times the outer diameter of 600-volt insulated conductors.
3.3
WIRING INSTALLATION IN RACEWAYS
A. Wire and cable shall be pulled into clean dry conduit.
recommended values for maximum pulling tension.
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B. Pull conductors together where more than one is being installed in a raceway.
C. Use UL listed pulling compound or lubricant, when necessary; compound must not deteriorate
conductor and insulation.
D. Do not use a pulling means, including fish tape, cable or rope, which can damage the raceway.
E. Install wire in raceway after interior of building has been physically protected from the weather
and all mechanical work likely to injure conductors has been completed.
F. Place an equal number of conductors for each phase of a circuit in same raceway.
G. Provide separate conduit or raceway for line and load conductors of motor starters, safety
disconnect switches, and similar devices. Those devices shall not share the same raceway.
H. All conduits shall contain a green grounding conductor. Conduit, wireways, or boxes shall not be
used as the equipment grounding conductor.
3.4
CABLE INSTALLATION
A. Provide protection for exposed cables where subject to damage during construction. Do not
install cable before the completion of raceway system.
B. Cable above ceilings shall be in conduit or raceways. Cables, conduits and raceways shall not
be laid on ceiling tiles or strapped to ceiling wire.
C. Use suitable cable fittings and connectors.
D. It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to accurately measure all cable runs before the cable is
cut. The Contractor shall furnish all tools and equipment, have sufficient properly trained
personnel and shall exercise necessary care to ensure that the cable is not damaged during
installation. Cable found to be damaged before installation shall not be installed. Cable damage
during installation shall be removed and replaced. Repairs to cables can only be done with
written permission from the Owner's Representative and only under special circumstances.
E. Care shall be exercised with cables entering or leaving cable trays that all cable bend radii shall
not be less than the recommended minimum and that cables are not left to rest unprotected on
any sharp edge or corner.
F. PVC jacketed cable shall not be installed or worked in any way at temperatures below 32 degrees
F, unless cable has been previously stored in a heated area 48 hours prior to being pulled and
transported to a heated pulling area.
G. Each cable entering an enclosure shall have its conductors bundled together and identified with
the cable number. All groups of conductors within an enclosure shall be shaped and formed to
provide a neat appearance to facilitate future additions or rework. All control conductors shall be
numbered and shall be labeled at each termination with this number, using markers designed for
the application.
H. Multi-Conductor Cable Installation: Fire alarm cable shall be routed in a separate conduit only.
I.
3.5
Instrument Cable: Instrument cable shall, when conduit installation is required be installed in rigid
steel conduit. They shall not be spliced at any point. The shields and drain wires of shielded
signal cables shall be grounded only at one point as indicated on the Drawings.
WIRING CONNECTIONS AND TERMINATIONS
A. Install splices, taps and terminations, which have equivalent-or-better mechanical strength and
insulation as the conductor. Make splices, taps and terminations to carry full ampacity of conductors without perceptible temperature rise.
B. Keep conductor splices and taps accessible and to a minimum, and in junction boxes only.
Control circuit conductors shall terminate at terminal blocks only. Splices below grade shall only
be in handholes or manholes and shall be made watertight with epoxy resin type splicing kits
similar to Scotchcast.
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C. Use splice, tap and termination connectors, which are compatible with the conductor material.
D. Thoroughly clean wires before installing lugs and connectors.
E. Terminate spare conductors with electrical tape and label as spare.
F. Power and Lighting Circuits: Use solderless pressure connectors with insulating covers for
copper wire splices and taps, 8 AWG and larger. For 10 AWG and smaller, use insulated spring
wire connectors with plastic caps on lighting and receptacle circuits.
G. Use split bolt connectors for copper wire splices and taps, 6 AWG and larger. Tape un-insulated
conductors and connectors with electrical tape to 150 percent of the insulation value of conductor.
H. Connections for all wire sizes in motor terminal boxes where the motor leads are furnished with
crimped-on lugs shall be made by installing ring type compression terminals on the motor branch
circuit ends and then bolting the proper pairs of lugs together. First one layer of No. 33 scotch
tape reversed (sticky side out), then a layer of rubber tape, then two layers of No. 33 half-lapped.
I.
3.6
Identify conductors per Section 26 05 53 - Electrical Identification.
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A. Torque test conductor connections and terminations to manufacturer's recommended values.
B. Perform continuity test on all power and equipment branch circuit conductors. Verify proper
phasing connections.
C. Conductors in vertical conduits or raceways shall be supported in the manner set forth in the
appropriate section of the latest revision of the National Electrical Code. Lighting fixtures shall
not be used for raceways for circuits other than parallel wiring of fixtures.
D. Conductors may be run in parallel on sizes 1/0 to 500 MCM inclusive provided all paralleled
conductors are the same size, length, and type of insulation. Except as otherwise shown on
drawings, no more than three conductors may be run in parallel, and they shall be so arranged
and terminated as to insure equal division of the total current between all conductors involved.
Where parallel connection is contemplated, approval of the Owner's representative must be
obtained before installation is made.
3.7
TESTING AND ACCEPTANCE
A. Before final acceptance, the Contractor shall make voltage, insulation, and load tests, necessary
to demonstrate to the Owner's representative the satisfactory installation and proper performance
of all circuits.
B. Test feeder conductors clear of faults. Insulation-resistance test shall be conducted per NETA –
Acceptance Testing Specifications for Electrical Power Distribution Equipment and Systems.
Test results below 50 megohms shall be cause for rejection of the wiring installation. Replace
and retest all such rejected conductor.
C. At the completion of this project, the Contractor shall provide for the Owner three (3) complete
and finally corrected sets of working drawings. These sets of working drawings shall be new,
unused and in good condition, and shall include the nature, destination, path, size and type of
wire and all other characteristics for complete identification of each and every conduit and circuit.
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SECTION 26 05 29
SECURING AND SUPPORTING METHODS
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
WORK INCLUDED
A. Raceway, cable tray, and equipment supports
B. Fastening hardware
C. Coordinate location of concrete equipment pads
1.2
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Support systems shall be adequate for weight of equipment and conduit, including wiring, which
they carry. Support systems shall be sized adequately to support an additional 25% for future
loads
1.3
COORDINATION
A. Coordinate with other trades where conduit and cable tray supports are in the same location as
piping, ductwork, and work of other trades and where supports are furnished and installed under
other Divisions. Supporting from the work or supports of other Contractors shall not be allowed
except by express, written permission of the Owner.
1.4
SUBMITTALS
A. Provide submittals in accordance with and in additional to Section 26 00 00, Basic Electrical
Requirements, and Division 01 for submittal requirement.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
MATERIAL
A. Support Channel:
1. All non-corrosive locations: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
2. Corrosive locations: Nonmetallic fiberglass.
B. Hardware:
1. All non-corrosive locations: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
2. Corrosive locations: Stainless steel threaded rod, attachments and fasteners shall be used
with fiberglass supports.
C. Threaded Rod: used for rack support from structure above; 3/8-inch minimum diameter.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
INSTALLATION
A. Fasten hanger rods, conduit clamps, and outlet and junction boxes to building structure using
precast insert system, expansion anchors, or beam clamps. Do not use spring steel clips and
clamps. Provide necessary calculations to select proper support materials for electrical
equipment, raceway, and cable tray supports. Provide cable tray supports for cable tray filled to
125 percent capacity per NEC.
B. Install hangers, anchors, sleeves and seals as indicated, in accordance with manufacturer’s
written instructions and with recognized industry practices to insure supporting devices comply
with requirements. Comply with requirements of NEC for installation of supporting devices.
Install supports with spacing in compliance with NEC requirements.
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C. Use toggle bolts or hollow wall fasteners in hollow masonry, plaster, or gypsum board partitions
and walls; expansion anchors in solid masonry walls; or concrete surfaces; sheet metal screws in
sheet metal studs; and wood screws in wood construction.
D. Do not fasten supports to piping, ductwork, mechanical equipment, or conduit.
E. Do not use powder actuated anchors without written permission from the Engineer.
F. Do not drill structural steel members without written permission from the Structural Engineer.
G. Fabricate supports from structural steel or steel channel, rigidly welded or bolted to present a
neat appearance. Use hexagon head bolts with spring lock washers under all nuts.
H. Bridge studs top and bottom with channels to support recessed mounted cabinets and
panelboards in stud walls.
I.
Install surface mounted cabinets and panelboards with a minimum of four anchors. Provide strut
channel supports to stand cabinet 1-5/8 inches off wall. Utilize "Post Bases" where support
channel is attached to structural floor.
J.
Provide extra care in supporting PVC conduit to protect it from potential damage.
K. Use fiberglass for nonmetallic raceway systems supports in areas subject to corrosives.
L. All supports in contact with floor using stanchion type support shall be solidly bolted to the
permanent structural floor.
M. Conduit supports shall have at a minimum, the bottom support member constructed of double
strut. This horizontal member shall be double-nutted, and the supporting all-thread rod shall be
trimmed to one inch below lowest nut.
N. Conduit entering/exiting cable tray shall be attached to the tray rail by means of unistrut bolted to
the rail and standard manufacturer's accessories. Conduit shall only enter/exit tray horizontally
supported within three feet of the tray, and extended into the tray two inches. Conduit shall be
terminated with a grounding bushing, and bonded to the tray ground wire. (The attachment to the
tray shall not be considered a support.)
O. Coordinate with other electrical work, including raceway and wiring work, as necessary to
interface installation of supporting devices with other work.
P. Install freestanding electrical equipment on 4-inch concrete pads. Pad shall be a minimum four
inches larger than equipment. No crevices shall be left around the pads. Equipment includes but
not limited to the following:
1. Motor Control Centers
2. Static Transfer Switches
3. Floor mounted VFDs
4. Floor mounted transformers
5. Switchboards, 1200A and larger
Q. Do not anchor supports to columns. Where panelboards, cables, or conduits are routed on the
face of a column provide “column hugging” channel supports.
3.2
TOUCH-UP
A. Touch-up all scratches on securing and supporting system, and paint the ends of channel after
cutting with an approved zinc chromate or 90 percent zinc paint.
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PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
WORK INCLUDED
A. Raceways:
1. Wireways.
B. Conduit:
1. Rigid metal conduit and fittings. (RGS)
2. Intermediate metal conduit and fittings. (IMC)
3. Electrical metallic tubing and fittings. (EMT)
4. Flexible metal conduit and fittings.
5. Liquid-tight flexible metal conduit and fittings.
6. Non-metallic conduit and fittings. (underground use only)
7. PVC coated rigid steel conduit.
C. Boxes:
1. Wall and ceiling outlet boxes.
2. Pull and junction boxes.
D. Electrical/control portion of HVAC work covered by Division 23 pertaining raceway, conduit and
boxes shall follow the requirement set forth by this specification.
1.2
REFERENCES
A. NFPA 70 – National Electrical Code, latest edition
B. ANSI C80.1 - Rigid Steel Conduit, Zinc-Coated
C. ANSI C80.3 - Electrical Metallic Tubing, Zinc-Coated
B. ANSI/NEMA FB 1 - Fittings and Supports for Conduit and Cable Assemblies
E. EMA TC 3 - PVC Fittings for Use with Rigid PVC Conduit and Tubing
F. ANSI/NEMA OS 1 - Sheet-Steel Outlet Boxes, Device Boxes, Covers and Box Supports
G. NEMA 250 - Enclosures for Electrical Equipment (1000 Volts Maximum)
H. ANSI/NEMA TC 2 – Electrical Plastic Tubing (EPT) and Conduit (EPC-40 and EPC-80)
I.
ANSI/UL 1 – Flexible Metal Conduit
J.
ANSI/UL 5 – Surface Metal Raceways and Fittings
K. ANSI/UL 360 – Liquid-tight Flexible Steel Conduit
L. ANSI/UL 467 – Electrical Grounding and Bonding Equipment
M. ANSI/UL 651 – Schedule 40 and 80 Rigid PVC Conduit (underground use only)
N. ANSI/UL 797 – Electrical Metal Tubing
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O. ANSI/UL 870 – Wireways, Auxiliary Gutters and Fittings
P. NEMA RN 1 – Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Externally Coated galvanized Rigid Steel Conduit and
Intermediate Metal Conduit
Q. NEMA VE 1 – Metallic Cable Tray Systems
R. UL 6 – Rigid Metal Conduit
S. ANSI/UL 5C – Surface Raceways and Fittings for Use with Data, Signal, and Control Circuits
T. ANSI/UL 498 – Attachment Plugs and Receptacles
U. ANSI/UL 943 – Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters
1.3
SUBMITTALS
A. Provide submittals in accordance with and in additional to Section 26 00 00, Basic Electrical
Requirements, and Section 01330, Submittal Procedures.
B. Shop drawings consisting of a complete list of equipment and materials, which will be used for the
project, including manufacturer's descriptive and technical literature, catalog cuts and installation
instructions.
C. Sealing/fire stopping materials and details.
1.4
STORAGE AND HANDLING
A. Handle materials carefully to avoid damage, breaking, denting and scoring. Damaged equipment
or materials shall not be installed.
B. Store materials in a clean dry space and protected from the weather.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
WIREWAYS
A. Wireways shall be of steel construction general purpose for indoor spaces and rain tight for
outdoor applications with knockouts.
B. Size shall be as indicated on Drawings.
C. Cover shall be hinged or screw applied as indicated on Drawings. Rain tight wireways shall be
provided with full gasketing.
D. Fittings shall be so constructed to continue the "lay-in" feature through the entire installation.
E. Provide all sheet metal parts with a rust inhibiting phophatizing primer coating and finished in gray
enamel. All hardware shall be cadmium plated to prevent corrosion.
2.2
CONDUIT AND FITTINGS
A. Conduit and fittings for all electrical systems on this project shall include the following:
1. Electrical power and lighting feeders
2. Electrical power and lighting circuits
3. Other electrical systems
B. For each electrical wireway system indicated, provide a complete assembly of conduit, tubing or
duct with fittings including, but not necessarily limited to, connectors, nipples, couplings, locknuts,
bushings, expansion fittings, other components and accessories as needed to form a complete
system of the same type indicated.
C. Conduit fittings shall be designed and approved for the specific use intended. Conduit fittings,
including flexible, shall have insulated throats or bushings. Rigid conduits shall have insulated
bushings, unless grounding bushings are required by N.E.C. Article 250. Grounding bushings
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shall have insulated throats.
D. Rigid and intermediate metal conduit shall be hot-dipped galvanized. Fittings shall be threaded
type. Expansion fittings shall be OZ Type DX.
E. Electrical metallic tubing shall be galvanized.
Expansion fittings shall be OZ Type TX.
Fittings shall be all steel compression type.
F. Flexible metal conduit and fittings shall be zinc-coated steel.
G. Liquid-tight flexible conduit and fittings shall consist of single strip, continuous, flexible
interlocked, double-wrapped steel, galvanized inside and outside, forming smooth internal wiring
channel with liquid-tight covering of flexible polyvinyl chloride (PVC). It shall be furnished with a
sealing O-ring where entering an enclosure subject to moisture. Where O-Rings are used,
ground type bushings shall be used in the box or enclosure.
H. Nonmetallic conduit and fittings shall be suitable for temperature rating of conductor but not less
than 90°C. Nonmetallic conduit and fittings shall be molded of high impact PVC compound
having noncombustible, nonmagnetic, non-corrosive and chemical resistant properties and shall
be of the same manufacturer. Where located outdoors and above ground, the conduit and fittings
shall be UV resistant. Solvent cement shall be of the same manufacturer as the conduit and shall
be of the brush-on type. Spray solvents are prohibited. PVC coated metallic fittings shall not be
permitted for PVC conduit connections.
I.
Crimp or set-screw type fittings are not acceptable.
J.
Minimum conduit size shall be 3/4 inch, except 1/2 inch flexible metallic conduit may be used as
fixture whips.
K. PVC coated rigid steel conduit shall be externally coated with a 40 mil PVC coating and internal
phenolic coating over a galvanized surface.
2.3
PULL AND JUNCTION BOXES
A. Boxes shall be galvanized sheet metal conforming to ANSI/NEMA OS 1 with screw-on cover and
welded seams, stainless steel nuts, bolts, screws and washers.
B. Boxes larger than 12 inches in any dimension shall be panelboard code gauze galvanized steel
with hinged cover.
C. Boxes shall be sized in accordance with NEC.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
INSTALLATION - CONDUIT
A. Install products as indicated, in accordance with the applicable requirements of NEC, NEMA and
the National Electrical Contractors Association's "Standard of Installation".
B. Cut conduit square using a saw or pipe cutter. De-burr cut ends. Joints in steel conduit must be
painted with T&B Kopr shield and drawn up tight. Threads for rigid metal conduit and IMC shall
be deep and clean. Running threads shall not be used. Wipe plastic conduit clean and dry
before joining. Apply full, even coat of cement with brush to entire area that will be inserted into
fitting. Let joint cure for 20 minutes minimum. Spray type of cement is not acceptable. Install
raceway and conduit system from point of origin in outlets shown, complete with support
assemblies including all necessary hangers, beam clamps, hanger rods, turnbuckles, bracing,
rolls, clips angles, through bolts, brackets, saddles, nuts, bolts, washers, offsets, pull boxes,
junction boxes and fittings to ensure a complete functional raceway system. Where vertical drops
of conduit are made to equipment in open space, the vertical conduit shall be rigidly supported
from racks supported on the floor.
C. Install rigid wall hot-dipped galvanized steel conduit or hot-dipped galvanized intermediate metal
conduit for service entrance; feeders; wall or floor penetrations; mechanical rooms electrical
rooms and exposed locations where there is a high potential subject to physical damage;
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exposed outdoor locations; damp locations or any location as per design drawing. The following
exceptions permitted:
1. EMT
a. In sizes up to and including 1-1/2 inch, may be used inside dry locations where not
subject to mechanical damage. EMT may be used in air-conditioned spaces, such as
accessible ceilings, dry wall partitions and exposed where 6 feet above the floor. EMT
may not be used outside, in concrete, underground, in under floor spaces, in masonry
walls, in locations likely to be damp, in electrical rooms subject to mechanical damage
due to future installation, or exposed within 6 feet of the floor. EMT shall not be used for
medium voltage circuits.
b. Where used for feeder circuits receptacle branch circuits and motor branch circuits EMT
shall also contain a NEC grounding conductor.
c.
All conduits shall be concealed in walls or ceilings unless otherwise noted.
2. Liquid-tight
a. Install liquid-tight flexible metal conduit for connections to rotating, vibrating, moving or
movable equipment, including dry-type transformers. Install external ground wire on
flexible conduit with grounding bushings. Maximum length shall be 6 feet minimum of 2
feet.
3. Flexible Metal Conduit
a. Install standard flexible metal conduit (not liquid-tight), which shall be only used for
lighting fixture whips or motor vibrations, with internal ground wire. Install flexible conduit
connection such that vibrations are not transmitted to adjoining conduit or building
structure. Maximum length shall be 6 feet minimum of 3 feet; minimum size shall be 3/4;
and minimum size shall be ½ inch for lay-in light fixture whips.
D. Install conduits parallel and supported on Unistrut, or equal, trapezes and anchored with split ring
hangers, conduit straps or other devices specifically designed for the purpose. No raceways or
boxes shall be supported using wire. Arrange conduit to maintain headroom and present a neat
appearance. Conduit routes shall follow the contour of the surface it is routed on. Route exposed
conduit and tray above accessible ceilings parallel and perpendicular to walls and adjacent
piping. Maintain 12-inch clearance between conduit and heat sources, such as flues, steam
pipes, and heating appliances. Wire ties or “wrap lock” are not permitted to support or secure
conduit system. Fasten conduit with the following material:
1. Wood screws on wood
2. Toggle bolts on hollow masonry
3. Bolts and expansion anchors in concrete or brick
4. Machine screws, threaded rods and clamps on steel
5. Conduit clips on steel joists.
6. 4 inch x 4 inch penta-treated pine installed in pitch pans on roof, spaced at intervals not to
exceed 5 feet.
E. Install conduits outside of building lines at a minimum depth of 30 inches below finished grade.
Maintain twelve inches earth or two inches concrete separation between electrical conduits and
other services or utilities underground. Encase all plastic service entrance conduits with concrete
unless otherwise specifically detailed or noted on the drawings.
F. Fittings shall be approved for grounding purposes or shall be jumpered with copper grounding
conductors of appropriate ampacity. Leave termination of such jumpers exposed.
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G. Install expansion fittings in metal and PVC conduit as follows:
1. Conduit Crossing Building Expansion Joints:
a. EMT all sizes
b. IMC all sizes
c.
RMC all sizes
d. PVC all sizes
2. Conduits entering environmental rooms and other locations subject to thermal expansion and
as required by NEC.
3. Unless expansion fitting has an integral bonding braid, as in Crouse-Hinds Type XC, a green
insulated grounding conductor shall be pulled in the conduit. Both ends of this green
grounding conductor shall be accessible for inspection.
H. Install conduit concealed in walls, partitions and above ceilings. Install conduit exposed in ceiling
area (at structure) of boiler rooms, mechanical rooms and in other similar rooms where ceilings
are not called for.
I.
Avoid moisture traps where possible; where unavoidable, provide junction box with drain fitting at
conduit low point.
J.
Use suitable conduit caps to protect installed conduit against entrance of dirt and moisture if
cable or wire are not installed immediate after conduit run. Tape covering conduit ends is not
acceptable.
K. Provide 200 lb. nylon cord full length in empty conduit.
L. Where conduit penetrates fire-rated walls and floors, provide pipe sleeve two sizes larger than
conduit; pack void around conduit with oakum and fill ends of sleeve with fire-resistive compound
or provide mechanical fire-stop fittings with UL listed fire-rating or seal opening around conduit
with UL listed foamed silicone elastomer compound equal to fire-rating of floor or wall.
M. Install no more than the equivalent of three 90-degree bends between boxes. Where four
90 degree bends are required, prior approval by the Engineer is required. Use conduit bodies to
make sharp changes in direction, as around beams. Conduit bodies shall be readily accessible
and sized for the cables installed. Running or rolling offsets are not approved. Use factory long
radius elbows for bends in conduit larger than 2-inch size. All parallel bends shall be concentric.
N. Nylon pull string shall be provided full length in conduit designated for future use.
3.2
INSTALLATION - WIREWAYS
A. Bolt wireways to steel channels fastened to the wall or in self-supporting structure. Install level.
B. Gasket each joint in oil-tight wireway.
C. Mount rain tight wireway for exterior installation in horizontal position only.
3.3
INSTALLATION - BOXES
A. Provide electrical boxes as shown on Drawings, and as required for splices, taps, wire pulling,
equipment connections, and code compliance.
B. Provide outlet box accessories as required for each installation, including mounting brackets,
wallboard hangers, extension rings, fixture studs, cable clamps and metal straps for supporting
outlet boxes, compatible with outlet boxes being used and meeting requirements of individual
situations.
C. Electrical box locations shown on Contract Drawings are approximate unless dimensioned.
Verify location of outlets prior to rough-in.
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D. Locate and install boxes to allow access, minimum 12 inches above ceiling except where space
dimensions do not allow.
E. Do not install boxes back-to-back in walls. Provide minimum 6-inch separation. Provide
minimum 24-inch separation in acoustic-rated walls. If boxes are connected together, install
flexible connection between the two and pack openings with fiberglass.
F. Secure boxes rigidly to the substrate upon which they are being mounted, or solidly imbed boxes
in concrete or masonry. Do not support junction boxes from the raceway systems. Boxes shall
not be permitted to move laterally. Boxes shall be secured between two studs. Boxes connected
to one stud are not permitted.
G. Provide knockout plugs for unused openings.
H. Use multiple-gang boxes where more than one device is mounted together. Do not use sectional
boxes. Provide barriers to separate wiring of different voltage systems.
I.
Install boxes in walls without damaging wall insulation.
J.
Outlet boxes in plaster partitions shall be "shallow-type" set flush in wall so there is at least 5/8
inch plaster covering back of box.
K. Outlet boxes for switch shall not be used as junction boxes.
L. Coordinate mounting heights and locations of outlets mounted above counters, benches and
backsplashes.
M. In inaccessible ceiling areas, position outlets and junction boxes within 6 inches of recessed
luminaire, to be accessible through luminaire ceiling opening.
N. Outlet boxes supporting fixtures shall be securely anchored in place in an approved manner.
Support outlet boxes and fixtures in acoustic ceiling areas from building structures, not from
acoustic ceilings. Lighting fixture outlets shall be coordinated with mechanical and architectural
equipment and elements to eliminate conflicts and provide a workable neat installation.
O. Set floor boxes level and flush with finish flooring material.
P. Provide tamper resistance receptacles in child care areas, psychiatric, and medical facilities.
3.4
WALL AND FLOOR PENETRATIONS:
A. Core drilling shall be approved in writing by the Structural Engineer prior to execution.
C. Provide a 4 inch curb around block outs through concrete floors. Fire-stop all openings per
Architectural specification.
D. Route conduit through roof openings for piping and ductwork where possible; otherwise, route
through roof jack with pitch pocket. Coordinate roof penetrations with the roofing contractor.
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ELECTRICAL IDENTIFICATION
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
WORK INCLUDED
A. Nameplates and tape labels
B. Wire and cable markers
C. Conduit color coding and labeling
1.2
REFERENCES
A. NFPA 70 – National Electrical Code (latest edition)
1.3
SUBMITTALS
A. Provide submittals in accordance with and in addition to Section 26 00 00, Basic Electrical
Requirements, and Division 01 for submittal requirement.
1. Furnish nameplate identification schedules listing equipment type and nameplate data with
letter sizes and nameplate material.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
MATERIALS
A. Equipment Nameplates:
1. For normal power electrical equipment, provide engraved three-layer laminated plastic
nameplates, engraved white letters on a black background.
2. For emergency equipment provide engraved three-layer laminated plastic nameplates with
engraved white letters on a red background.
3. For UPS powered equipment provide engraved three-layer laminated plastic nameplates with
engraved white letters on an orange background.
4. For fire alarm system provide engraved three-layer laminated plastic nameplates with white
letters on a yellow background.
C. Conductor Color Tape and Heat Shrink:
1. Colored vinyl electrical tape shall be applied perpendicular to the long dimension of the cable
or conductor.
2. In applications utilizing tray cable, heat shrinkable tubing shall be used to obtain the proper
color coding for the length of the conductor in the cabinet or enclosure. Variations to the
cable color coding due to standard types of wire or cables are not acceptable.
D. Conduit Labels (5 kV and 15 kV Conduits Only): 2-inch black letters on yellow background
reading "DANGER - 12,470 VOLTS" or "DANGER - 4,160 VOLTS". Labels shall have adhesive
backing, and shall be installed at intervals not exceeding 50 feet and on all pull boxes located to
be visible from floor.
E. Warning labels: Provide warning labels with black lettering on red background with a minimum of
1/2" lettering.
F. Tape Labels: Embossed adhesive tape, with minimum 1/4-inch letters for labeling receptacles,
switches, control device stations, junction and pull boxes and manual motor starter units, etc.
1. White letters on black background for normal power.
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2. White letters on red background for emergency/standby power.
3. White letters on orange background for UPS power.
G. J-Box and Cover plate Voltage Labels: Black stenciled letters 1/4" high. Adhesive back tapes
may be used if a clear tape is applied over the label for protection.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
INSTALLATION
A. Degrease and clean surfaces to receive nameplates or tape labels.
B. Install nameplates parallel to equipment lines.
C. Secure plastic nameplates to equipment fronts using screws or rivets. Use of adhesives shall be
per Owner’s approval. Secure nameplate to outside face of flush mounted panelboard doors in
finished locations.
3.2
WIRE IDENTIFICATION
A. Provide wire markers on each conductor in panelboard gutters, pull boxes, outlet and junction
boxes, and at load connection. Identify with branch circuit or feeder number for power and
lighting circuits. Label control wire with number as indicated on schematic and interconnection
diagrams or equipment manufacturer's shop drawings for control wiring.
B. Conductors for power circuits to be identified per the following schedule.
3.3
Conductor
Phase A
Phase B
Phase C
Neutral
480/277V
Brown
Purple
Yellow
Gray
System Voltage
208/120V
Black
Red
Blue
White
Grounding
IG
Green
N/A
Green
Green w/Yellow
NAMEPLATE ENGRAVING SCHEDULE
A. Provide nameplates of minimum letter height as scheduled below. Nameplates shall be same as
equipment names indicated on the Drawings.
B. Individual Circuit Breakers in Distribution Panelboards, Disconnect Switches, Motor Starters, and
Contactors: 1/4-inch; identify source to device and the load it serves, including location.
C. Dry Type Transformers Not in Substations: 3/8-inch; identify equipment designation. 1/4-inch;
identify primary and secondary voltages, primary source, and secondary load and location.
D. Automatic Transfer Switches: 3/8-inch; white letters and red background; identify equipment
designation 1/4-inch; identify voltage rating, normal source, standby source and load served
including location.
E. Panelboards: 3/8-inch; identify equipment designation. 1/4 -inch; identify source, voltage and bus
rating.
3.4
ENCLOSURE COLOR CODING
A. The following systems shall have each junction and pull box cover completely painted per the
following:
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Color of Box Cover
Telecommunications
Brown
DDC
Blue
Emergency Power
Red
Security
White
Fire Alarm
Yellow
UPS
Orange
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SECTION 26 51 00
INTERIOR LIGHTING
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
WORK INCLUDED
A. Interior lighting fixtures and accessories
B. Emergency lighting units
C. Emergency exit signs
D. Emergency fluorescent lamp power supplies
E. Lamps
F. Ballasts
G. Lighting controls
1.2
REFERENCES
A. NEPA 101 - Code for Safety to Life from Fire in Buildings and Structures
B. NEMA WD1 - General-Purpose Wiring Devices
C. ANSI C82.1 - Specification for Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts
D. ANSI C82.4 - Specifications for High-Intensity-Discharge Lamp Ballasts (Multiple Supply Type)
E. NEMA LE - H-I-D Lighting System Noise Criterion (LS-NC) Ratings
F. UL 844 - Electric Lighting Fixtures for Use in hazardous (classified) Locations
G. UL 924 - Emergency Lighting and Power Equipment
H. UL 935 - Fluorescent-Lamp Ballasts
I.
UL 1029 - High-Intensity-Discharge Lamp Ballasts
J.
UL 1572 - High Intensity Discharge Lighting Fixtures
K. UL 1574 – Track Lighting Systems
L. IESNA – Lighting Handbook
M. NEMA WD 1 - General Color Requirements for Wiring devices
N. NEMA LE 5B – Procedure for Determine Luminaire Efficacy Ratings for High-Intensity Discharge
Industrial Luminaires
O. NFPA 70 – National Electrical Code
P. ASHRAE/IES 90.1 – Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings
Q. Standards For State-Funded Outdoor Lighting Fixture – Texas House Bill 916 (1999)
R. UT System OFPC – Security Planning and Design Guidelines (2002 release)
1.3
DESIGN CRITERIA
A. Lighting level design shall be per IESNA (Illuminating Engineering Society of North America)
recommendation.
B. The power consumption for interior and exterior lighting shall not exceed power allowance as per
ASHRAE 90.1 latest revision.
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SUBMITTALS
A. Provide submittals in accordance with and in additional to Section 26 00 00, Basic Electrical
Requirements, and Division 1 for submittal requirement.
B. Submit manufacturer's data on interior and exterior lighting fixtures in booklet form, with separate
sheet for each fixture, assembled by luminaire "type" in alphabetical order, with the proposed
fixture and accessories clearly labeled.
C. Submit dimensioned drawings and performance data including complete photometric test data for
each luminaire, candlepower distribution curves in two or more planes, candlepower chart zero to
90 degrees, lumen output zonal summary chart, average and maximum brightness data, and
coefficients of utilization for zonal cavity calculations, spacing to mounting height ratio, efficiency
and visual comfort probability. Also provide luminaire weights, mounting data, and accessory
information for each luminarie type.
D. Lamps: Catalog cuts showing voltages, colors, approximate hours life, approximate initial
lumens, lumen maintenance curve, lamp type and base.
E. Ballasts: Catalog cuts showing type, wiring diagram, nominal watts, input voltage, starting
current, input watts, sound rating, power factor and low temperature characteristics.
F. Controls: Catalog cuts and/or shop drawings showing dimensions, voltage capacity, contact
ratings, wiring diagrams, operating levels, and temperature ratings.
G. Lighting design shall be in compliance with power allowance for lighting, which is stipulated by
ASHRAE 90.1. Compliance forms along with engineering data associated with it shall be
submitted for Owner’s review during design phase.
1.5
PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
A. Deliver lighting fixtures individually wrapped in factory-fabricated fiberboard type containers.
Parabolic louvers shall be shipped in thermally sealed polyethylene wrapper.
B. Handle lighting fixtures carefully to prevent breakage, denting and scoring the fixture finish. Do
not install damaged lighting fixtures.
C. Store lighting fixtures in a clean, dry space and protected from the weather.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
GENERAL
A. Lighting fixtures and accessories shall comply with the design and function requirements of the
project. Design characteristics shall be as noted in manufacturer's submittal data.
B. Provide lighting fixtures of the size, type and rating as scheduled, complete with, but not limited
to, lamps, lamp holders, reflectors, ballasts, poles and wiring.
2.2
INTERIOR LIGHTING FIXTURES
A. Fluorescent Fixtures
1. See plans for light fixture schedule.
B. Incandescent fixtures shall be pre-wired equipped with integral thermal protection.
incandescent only where aesthetics outweighs economic considerations.
Use
C. Lighting track shall be surface mount or pendant mount per the requirement on drawings, by
manufacturer of track mounted light fixtures.
D. High Bay, Low Bay HID Fixtures
1. Provide rugged, lightweight, cast aluminum ballast housing with a baked electro-coat paint
finish.
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2. Optic reflector shall be fully fluted, anodized aluminum providing high efficiency. Where
enclosed and gasketed type fixtures are specified, provide luminaires designed for
continuous operation in an ambient temperature of 55 C.
E. Lamp Holders or Sockets
4. Lamp holders and sockets shall be provided with minimum 18 AWG wiring leads.
F. Reflector Finishes
1. Painted Finishes: Provide electro-statically applied dry polyester white powder coat finish
with minimum reflectance of 88 percent on all light reflecting surfaces.
2. Specular/Semispecular Finishes: Provide Alzak-type anodized finish on aluminum louvers
and reflectors as specified in Luminaire Schedule as shown on the drawings. Minimum
reflectivity shall be:
a. Specular: 80 percent
b. Semi-specular: 75 percent
G. UL Listing
1. All Luminaries and components shall be UL tested, listed, and labeled.
2. Luminaries installed under canopies, roofs, or similar damp or wet locations shall be UL listed
and labeled as suitable for damp or wet locations.
3. Recessed luminaries installed in fire rated ceilings and using a fire rated protective cover
shall be thermally protected for this application and shall be approved for the installation in a
fire-rated ceiling.
2.7
BALLASTS
A. Acceptable Manufacturers
1. Valmont
2. Advance
3. Magnetek
4. Other manufacturers equal in design and function will be considered upon A/E approval
following substitution procedure in 26 00 00, and Division 1 for substitution requirement.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
INSPECTION
A. Prior to order lighting fixture, check the building electrical system requirements, architectural
finishes, and the type of ceilings that lighting fixture will be installed. Any discrepancies of
compatibility pertaining trim, frames, color, mounting, ballast, voltage and etc. shall be brought to
the attention of A/E by written notice. Do not proceed with procurement until discrepancies are
resolved in a satisfactory manner.
B. Installer shall examine the areas and conditions that light fixtures are to be installed and notify the
Contractor in writing of conditions detrimental to the proper and timely completion of the work. Do
not proceed with the work until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
3.2
INSTALLATION OF LIGHTING FIXTURES
A. Install light fixtures in accordance with the manufacturer's written instructions, the applicable
requirements of NEC and national and local code, standard, and regulations. Install lamps in
accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
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B. Install luminaries at locations as shown on the Drawings; install aligned, aimed, and leveled.
Install fixtures in accordance with manufacturer's installation instructions complete with mounting
accessories, trim and support materials. Fasten fixtures securely to structural support members
of the building; solid pendant fixtures shall be plumb.
C. Coordinate with other crafts to avoid conflicts between luminaires, supports, fittings and
mechanical equipment.
H. Lighting Fixtures Adjustment
1. Adjust to illuminate intended areas as directed.
2. Adjust exterior fixtures during hours of darkness.
I.
Immediately before final observation, clean all fixtures, inside and out, including plastics and
glassware, and adjust all trim to properly fit adjacent surface, replace broken or damaged parts,
and lamp and test all fixtures for electrical as well as mechanical operation.
J.
Protect installed fixtures from damage during the remainder of the construction period.
K. Upon completion of installation of interior lighting fixtures, and after circuitry has been energized,
apply electrical energy to demonstrate capability and compliance with requirements. When
possible, correct malfunctioning units at the site, then retest to demonstrate compliance;
otherwise, remove and replace with new units, and proceed with retesting.
L. Incandescent lamps shall be new at time of final acceptance. Fluorescent lamps may be used in
the final finishing of the building. Those that have exceeded more than 1/3 of their rated life (as
established by Construction Inspector records), or that have blackened ends or inoperable shall
be replaced with new lamps before final acceptance.
M. Lamp Disposal
1. The procedure of disposal of lamps that are mercury containing shall follow the guideline set
by EPA (definitions in Title 40 Code of Federal Regulations 261 Subpart C, January 2000).
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SECTION 28 31 00 - ADDRESSABLE DEVICE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
A.
1.2
A.
1.3
A.
1.4
RELATED DOCUMENTS:
The Conditions of the Contract and applicable requirements of Division 1, “General Requirements”
and Section 26 00 00, "Basic Electrical Requirements", govern this Section.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
General: The extent of fire alarm system work is as shown and scheduled and includes, but is not
limited to, providing a system with the following functions and operations:
1.
Provide new fire alarm devices fully installed wired and interfaced to the existing
addressable device fire alarm system in the building. All devices, fire alarm system
materials, wiring and installation methods shall match the existing fire alarm system
installation in the building.
2.
Provide labor and software programming to upgrade the graphic annunciation of UCT at the
remote UTPD monitoring station. Coordinate integration of work with UTPD.
3.
All fire alarm system final connections and interfaces to the existing fire alarm system shall
be made by Grinnell, the building fire alarm system installer.
4.
All smoke detectors need to be labeled with the point number on the exterior of the device.
5.
All pullstations need to be keyed to CAT 30.
6.
Upon completion of the fire alarm installation updated CAD files need to be submitted to the
owner.
STANDARDS:
Products shall be designed, manufactured, tested, and installed in compliance with the latest edition
of the following standards:
1.
National Fire Protection Association Standards including NFPA 72-2002, as applicable.
2.
Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc. Requirements and Listing for use in Fire Protective
Signaling Systems as applicable.
3.
The requirements of State Fire Marshal and local authorities having jurisdiction.
4.
Comply with requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
Manufacturers: All fire alarm system equipment shall match the original building fire alarm system
manufacturer to assure compatibility.
B.
UL and FM-listing: All fire alarm system components shall be UL and FM listed for fire alarm use.
The UL listing shall be under category UOJZ to assure that the entire system has been tested as an
integral life safety system.
C.
All equipment furnished shall be the current standard products of a single manufacturer and shall
bear the label of the Underwriters' Laboratories for use in fire alarm system designed in compliance
with the requirements of NFPA codes. Raceways, wiring and terminations shall be accomplished in
compliance with the requirements of the National Electric Code, Article 760, except that all wiring
shall be in EMT or an approved raceway.
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D.
The system as installed shall, upon completion, be certified by a state licensed fire alarm installation
superintendent to the Owner as being installed in compliance with the specification, the requirements
of all state and local codes, and as being operational and free from defects.
E.
All system equipment supplied shall be listed by the Underwriters' Laboratories for NFPA 72 system
use, and all applicable NFPA Codes.
F.
The installing contractor shall be authorized and designated representative of the fire alarm system
manufacturer to sell, install and service the manufacturer's equipment and shall stock the required
spare parts to keep the system in operation. The installing contractor shall maintain a staff of
specialists for technical assistance and system maintenance.
G.
The installing contractor must be licensed by the State Fire Marshal to sell, install, and service fire
alarm system as required by Article 5.43-2 of the Texas Insurance Code.
H.
The installing contractor shall have on his staff a minimum of five installation superintendents who
are licensed by the State Fire Marshal's office for such purpose and under whose supervision
installation, final connections and check out will take place, as required by the Texas Insurance
Code.
I.
The installing contractor or equipment supplier shall have a staff a minimum of one certified NICET
Level II state licensed fire alarm planner under whose supervision system design shall take place. In
lieu of a NICET-certified state licensed fire alarm planner, the contractor or supplier may provide
design supervision with a graduate or professional electrical engineer.
J.
The equipment supplier shall provide 24 hour, 365 days per year emergency service with qualified
and state-licensed service technicians.
K.
The installing contractor shall have been actively engaged in the business of selling, installing, and
servicing microprocessor and multiplex fire alarm systems for at least 8 years and shall have proof of
experience in the installation and maintenance of the type of fire alarm system specified herein.
L.
The manufacturer or his representative shall maintain within 50 miles of the installation, a staff of
factory trained, state licensed fire technicians, together with all support parts necessary for
maintenance of the system.
M.
Where approved in writing by the system manufacturer and installing contractor, the Electrical
Contractor may install all conduit and boxes. The system wiring shall be pulled in by the installing
contractor. All system connections, device installation, system start-up and testing shall be
performed by the installing contractor. Rough-in by the electrical contractor shall not in any way
affect the system manufacturer's and installing contractor's full responsibility for the installed fire
alarm system.
N.
The manufacturer shall submit legal documentation indicating that the purchased fire alarm
equipment will be provided with parts, and support for 10 years after the acceptance by the Owner.
O.
Plenum cables are not acceptable. All wiring shall be listed for limited energy fire alarm use and
rated for 300 volts minimum and installed in a suitable conduit or raceway.
P.
The complete combination fire alarm system shall comply with the requirements of the Texas State
Fire Marshall. Modifications required to provide compliance shall be made at no cost to the Owner.
Where Contract Document requirements are in excess of Code requirements are permitted under
the Code, the Contract Documents shall govern.
1.5
A.
SUBMITTALS:
Shop Drawings submittals shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
1.
A block diagram showing system components, wire runs, wire counts and wire sizes.
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2.
Manufacturer's descriptive literature for all panels, modules and peripheral equipment
describing size, color, finish, capacity and electrical characteristics.
3.
Completely identified and marked catalog cuts of all associated equipment and devices,
with all non applicable items crossed out, or applicable devices clearly highlighted and/or
identified.
4.
Complete and detailed point-to-point wiring diagrams for all devices in the system.
5.
Complete Bill of Material for all equipment.
6.
A copy of the form to be used for final tests, 100% audit and checkout shall be submitted
for approval.
7.
Additional information as required in Section 26 00 00.
DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING:
A.
Deliver fire alarm system components in factory-fabricated containers.
B.
Store in a clean, dry space and protect from the weather.
C.
Handle fire alarm system components carefully to avoid damage to material components, enclosure
and finish.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
A.
2.2
MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS:
General: Provide the required fire alarm system products in the sizes and capacities required or
indicated, complying with the manufacturer's published product information of standard materials and
components, designed and constructed for the applications indicated.
SYSTEM OPERATION:
A.
General: System operation for new fire alarm devices shall match existing operation.
B.
Smoke Detectors: Activation of an "intelligent" smoke detector shall cause the same operations as
for similar existing devices connected to the fire alarm system.
C.
Addressable Devices: Activation of any addressable manual pull station, sprinkler waterflow switch
or "intelligent" heat detector shall cause the same operations as for similar existing devices
connected to the fire alarm system.
D.
Valve Supervisory Switches: Closure of a supervised OS&Y valve sensed via a supervisory switch
or loss of supervisory air pressure in a dry-pipe sprinkler system, sensed via a pressure switch shall
cause the following operations and indications:
E.
1.
The system common alarm LED on the Fire Alarm Control Panel shall flash. The internal
audible trouble device shall sound. Acknowledging the alarm condition shall silence the
audible trouble device and revert the flashing common alarm LED to a steady state.
2.
An alpha-numeric LCD Display shall indicate all applicable information associated with the
alarm condition including: zone, device type, device location, and time of alarm. Location
and zoning messages shall be custom field-programmed to respective premises.
3.
Appropriate status change message(s) shall be transmitted to all graphics terminals, CRT
displays, and printers.
System Wiring Supervision: Supervision of new fire alarm wiring shall match existing fire alarm
system wiring supervision.
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A.
2.4
A.
SYSTEM DEVICES:
General: System devices shall be located as shown on the Drawings. The Contractor shall refer to
all the drawings to determine where devices are to be located. All system devices shall be
numbered with a unique number. The numbering system shall include the building area, type of
device, and device number. This numbering system shall be shown on each submitted floor plan
drawing, fire alarm riser diagram and be tabulated. The tabulation shall be included in each O&M
Manual submitted to the Owner.
SYSTEM ZONING:
General: The system shall employ "intelligent" smoke detectors and addressable interface devices
capable of being recognized and annunciated at the main control panel and CRT terminals on an
individual basis. All devices shall be field-programmed into software zones for the purpose of
general area identification and annunciation. However, each device shall also be annunciate
identified on an individual basis including exact location and device type. All zoning/device location
information shall be totally field-programmable to exact job requirements. Devices shall be zoned as
follows:
1.
B.
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Area smoke detectors shall be zoned by floor.
Initiating and monitored devices shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
1.
Ceiling smoke detectors.
2.
Addressable manual pull stations with firefighters telephone jacks.
3.
Addressable input/output devices.
C.
The system shall utilize remote transponder panels for distributed voice communications, firefighters'
telephone conventional zoned initialing circuits and auxiliary control output circuits. Remote
transponder panels shall communicate with the main CPU via the SLC data loop and be capable of
being intermixed on the same loop as intelligent heat and smoke detection and control modules.
D.
Output devices shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
2.5
A.
2.6
1.
Wall and ceiling alarm speakers/visual signals.
2.
Addressable interface relays.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM CENTRAL EQUIPMENT:
General: The Fire Alarm Control Panel and equipment is existing and shall be reused.
REMOTE TRANSPONDER PANELS:
A.
General: Provide new transponder panels as required to interface new initiating and output devices
to the existing fire alarm system.
B.
Remote transponder/control panels shall be distributed remotely throughout the facility as required
and as indicated on the Drawings. Transponders shall provide input/output interface between all
field devices/equipment and main system CPU.
C.
All functions of the transponder unit(s) shall be field-programmable via the main system CPU and
incorporate nonvolatile RAM memory. Each unit shall be capable of operating independently in
default mode should communication with the main CPU be disrupted. Transponders shall be
capable of operating on the system SLC intelligent loop in conjunction with intelligent field devices.
D.
The transponder shall include a resident microprocessor based CPU control module interfacing the
main system CPU with respective I/O modules served by the resident/local CPU. The local CPU
shall provide each transponder with common status indicators, pilot/status LED, common alarm LED,
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and common trouble LED. Each CPU module shall include local silence, reset, trouble display, lamp
test, and reset capability. Each control module shall provide dual FormÿC common alarm and
trouble contacts as well as a local alarm/trouble Piezo sounder.
E.
Each transponder shall be capable of providing audio power supervision/annunciation, power supply
supervision/annunciation, and supervision of all associated I/O modules. Each transponder shall be
field programmable for alarm verification. Selection of alarm verification shall provide each
associated zone/ input module with the automatic ability to verify all smoke detector initiated alarm
signals before initiating any event initiated output functions. The system shall have the ability to
electronically differentiate between smoke detector alarms and contact/shorting device alarms and
will NOT allow the verification sequence to occur from signals initiated from pull stations, flow
switches, heat sensors, etc.
F.
All transponder mapping/addressing shall be accomplished via the transponder CPU module.
G.
Transponders shall be provided with zone initiation input modules as required. Each module shall
provide eight Style B or four Style D initiating zone circuits. Each zone shall be capable of
intermixing two-wire smoke detectors and contact type devices on the same circuit. Each zone shall
assume a designated and distinct address I.D. within the system. The transponder shall monitor the
status of each zone module and zone circuit for normal, alarm and trouble, and report any status or
change thereof to the main system control panel/CPU. Each zone shall be equipped with status and
trouble LED indication. Each zone shall be field programmable for alarm, waterflow, supervisory, or
non-alarm/status configuration. Each zone shall be capable of being programmed/mapped in
software to activate selected output functions.
H.
Transponders shall be provided with zone alarm output modules as required. Each module shall
provide eight Style Y indicating appliance circuits. Each indicating circuit shall be capable of being
field programmed as conventional alarm, audio, and/or telephone circuits. Output circuits shall be
power limited. Each output zone shall assume a designated and distinct address I.D. within the
system and be field programmable for control by event actuation. The transponder shall monitor the
status of each alarm output module and each associated circuit for normal, activation, and trouble,
and report any status or change thereof to the main system control panel/CPU. Each zone shall be
equipped with a status and trouble LED indicator.
I.
Each alarm output circuit/zone shall be field programmable for silenceable or non-silenceable
operation. Specified control circuits shall be supervised via alarm output circuits and shall be
programmed for non-silenceable operation.
J.
Transponders shall be provided with auxiliary output/control relay modules as required. Each
module shall provide eight SPDT (or four DPDT) field programmable output circuits. Output circuits
shall be power limited. Each output shall be rated at 2 amps, 24 volts dc. Each circuit shall assume
a designated and distinct address I.D. within the system and be field programmable for control by
event actuation. Designated control circuits shall be provided with software assignable manual
control switch as herein specified. The transponder shall monitor the status of each output module
and associated circuit for normal, activated, and trouble conditions. Each circuit shall be equipped
with an individual status LED indicator.
K.
The power supply for the panel and all fire alarm peripherals shall be integral to the control panel.
The power supply shall provide all control panel and peripheral power needs with filtered power as
well as 3.5 amperes of unregulated 24 volt dc power for external audio/visual devices. The
audio/visual power may be increased as needed by adding additional modular expansion power
supplies. All power supplies shall be designed to meet UL and NFPA requirements for power-limited
operation on all external signaling lines, including initiating circuits and indicating circuits. All circuitry
shall be UL listed for power-limited application.
L.
Input power shall be 120 volt ac, 60 Hz. The power supply shall provide internal supervised batteries
and automatic charger. The power supply shall provide both positive and negative ground fault
supervision, battery/charger fail condition, ac power fail indicators.
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Transponder shall be housed in key-locked steel cabinet painted in baked enamel finish. Cabinet
door shall provide transparent glass window for viewing transponder indicators and controls. The
cabinets shall be no more than 5" deep and 24" wide to conserve space. Cabinets shall be provided
with conduit knockouts on sides and top for versatility in installation. The cabinet(s) shall be capable
of accommodating multiple transponder units in a single enclosure.
SMOKE SENSORS/DETECTORS:
Intelligent "Ceiling-mounted" Photoelectric Smoke Sensors: Autocall or approved equal analog
photoelectric smoke sensors shall be provided where indicated on the Drawings.
1.
The intelligent photoelectric smoke sensors shall connect via two wires to one of the
intelligent control panel loops.
2.
The sensors shall use the photoelectric principal to measure smoke density and shall, on
command from the control panel, send data to the panel representing the analog level of
smoke density.
3.
The sensors/control panel shall provide automatic sensitivity "drift" compensation to provide
longer term stability and reliability. The sensor shall also provide a "maintenance alert"
feature whereby the detector shall initiate a trouble condition should the units sensitivity
approach the outside limits of the normal sensitivity window.
4.
The sensor shall be provided with extensive RF and EMF noise reduction circuitry.
5.
The sensor shall employ sophisticated self-compensating solid state LED light source and
photosensitive circuitry.
6.
The sensor/control panel shall provide a calibrated test method whereby they will simulate
an alarm condition and report that condition to the control panel. Such a test may be
initiated at the detector itself, by activating a magnetic test switch, or may be activated
remotely on command from the control panel.
7.
The sensors shall provide address-setting means on the sensor head using rotary decimal
switches. No binary coding shall be required. The sensors shall also store an internal
identification code which the control panel shall use to identify the type of sensor.
8.
The sensors shall provide dual alarm and power/status LEDs. Status LEDs shall flash
under normal conditions, indicating that the sensor is operational and in regular
communication with the control panel. Both LEDs may be placed into steady illumination by
the control panel, indicating that an alarm condition has been detected and verified. An
output connection shall be provided in the base for connecting an external remote alarm
LED.
9.
The sensor shall be semiflush ceiling-mounted and be provided with modular detector head
with twist-lock base. Sensors shall also be suitable for surface-mounting below the raised
floor or above the ceiling. Sensors shall be provided in smooth attractive white finish, and
sealed against dirt, vermin, and back pressure. Sensors shall be provided with fine mesh
insect/contaminate screen.
10. Sensors shall be UL listed with respective control panel.
2.8
A.
MANUAL STATIONS:
Addressable Manual Stations : Thorn Autocall or approved equal manual stations with addressable
interface module or an approved equal shall be provided where indicated on the Drawings.
1.
Manual stations in stairwells and in unfinished area shall be constructed of white high impact
molded Lexan with instructions for station operation in raised red letters. Stations shall have
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an integral firefighters' telephone jack installed in the side of the station. Stations shall be
installed using standard semiflush mounting.
2.
The manual station addressable module shall connect with two wires to one of the intelligent
control panel loops.
3.
The addressable module at the manual station shall, on command from the control panel,
send data to the panel representing the state of the manual switch.
4.
The manual station addressable module shall provide address-setting means using rotary
decimal switches and shall also store an internal identification code which the control panel
shall use to identify the type of device. No binary coding shall be required.
2.9
FIRE FIGHTER PHONE JACKS: Provide fire fighters phone jacks where shown on the drawings.
Provide stainless with graphics to match existing building jacks.
2.10
INPUT/OUTPUT DEVICES:
A.
B.
Monitor Module (Addressable input Device): Thorn Autocall or approved equal addressable monitor
modules shall be provided where required to interface to contact alarm devices.
1.
The monitor module shall be used to connect a supervised zone of conventional initiating
devices (any N.O. dry contact device, including 4ÿwire smoke detectors) to an intelligent
loop.
2.
The monitor module will mount in a 4" square electrical box.
3.
The monitor module shall provide address-setting means using rotary decimal switches and
shall also store an internal identification code which the control panel shall use to identify
the type of device. No binary coding shall be required.
Control Module (Addressable Output Device): Thorn Autocall or approved equal control/relay
modules shall be provided where required to provide audible alarm interface and/or relay control
interface.
1.
The control module shall be used to connect a supervised zone of conventional indicating
devices (any 24 volt polarized audiovisual indicating appliance) to an intelligent loop. The
zone may be wired Class A or Class B field-selected. The control module may be
optionally-wired as dry contact (Form C) relay.
2.
The control module will mount in a standard 4" electrical box.
3.
Power for the relay actuation shall be provided by the intelligent detector loop to reduce
wiring connection requirements. Audio/visual power shall be provided by a separate loop
from the main control panel or from supervised remote power supplies.
4.
The control module shall provide address-setting means using rotary decimal switches and
shall also store an internal identification code which the control panel shall use to identify
the type of device. No binary coding shall be required. A status LED shall be provided
which shall flash under normal conditions, indicating that the control module is operational
and in regular communication with the control panel. The LED shall illuminate steady when
the device is actuated via the Fire Alarm Control Panel.
C.
Auxiliary Control Relays: Air Products, Thorn Autocall or approved equal relays shall be provided for
control interface. Relays shall be heavy duty type and rated up to 20 amps at 120 volts ac, 60 Hz.
Relays shall be provided with NEMA 1 dust cover assembly and be provided with DPDT contacts.
D.
Sprinkler Waterflow and Pressure Switches: Switches shall be furnished and installed under Division
15, with wiring and addressable input device interface by this Contractor.
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E.
Fire Protection OS&Y Valve Supervisory Switches: Switches shall be furnished and installed under
Division 15, with wiring and addressable input device interface by this Contractor. Switches shall
activate a supervisory signal within two turns of the valve or more than 1/3 of the valve travel toward
the closed position.
F.
Dry-pipe and Pre-action Sprinkler Low Air Pressure Trouble Signals: Low pressure switches and
system trouble dry contacts shall be furnished and installed under Division 15, with wiring and
addressable input device interface by this Contractor.
2.11
ALARM SIGNAL DEVICES:
A.
Ceiling Mounted Fire Alarm Speakers: Wheelock "E" Series or equal flush mounted fire alarm
speakers which match existing devices used in the building shall be provided. Ceiling mounted fire
alarm speakers shall have a white finish.
B.
Wall Mounted Fire Alarm Speakers/Visual Signals: Wheelock "E" Series or equal recess/surface
mounted fire alarm speakers with integral visual signals which match existing devices used in the
building shall be provided. Wall mounted fire alarm speaker/visual signals shall have a white finish.
Visual signal candela ratings shall be in compliance with applicable codes and standards.
C.
Wall Mounted Fire Alarm Visual Signals: Wheelock "E" Series or equal recess/surface mounted fire
alarm visual signals which match existing devices used in the building shall be provided. Wall
mounted fire alarm visual signals shall have a white finish. Visual signal candela ratings shall be in
compliance with applicable codes and standards.
2.12
SYSTEM WIRING:
A.
The equipment supplier shall furnish to the installing contractor a complete detailed point-to-point
wiring diagram showing the system equipment and required number, type and sizes of conductors
and conduit sizes. Where common devices which break the alarm circuit are installed on a common
zone with shorting type device, the circuit breaking devices shall be wired electrically downstream of
the shorting type devices.
B.
All fire alarm system wiring shall be installed in an approved raceway.
C.
All fire alarm system wiring shall be multiconductor, UL listed FPL for limited energy (300 volt) and
fire alarm applications, and NEC approved fire alarm cable. Wiring shall be installed in accordance
with NEC, Article 760 of NFPA Standard 70 and manufacturer's recommendations. All wiring shall
be copper and installed in conduit sized in accordance with the National Electrical Code.
D.
Fire alarm system wiring shall be color coded.
E.
All fire alarm system junction boxes including covers, shall be secured, painted red and marked in
white lettering as specified in Section 26 05 53.
F.
Wire size shall be determined by calculated voltage drop and circuit loading. Minimum wire size
shall be as follows:
1.
#18 AWG twisted and shielded for data and communications circuits.
2.
#18 AWG for non-data and communications initiating and low voltage auxiliary control
circuits.
3.
#16 AWG twisted for alarm circuits.
4.
#14 AWG for all power circuits.
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PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
GENERAL:
A.
Inspection: Installer shall examine the areas and conditions under which the fire alarm system is to
be installed and notify the Contractor in writing of conditions detrimental to the proper and timely
completion of the work. Do not proceed until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
B.
NECA: All fire alarm installations shall be in accordance with NECA 305-2001, Standard for Fire
Alarm System Job Practices.
3.2
A.
3.3
A.
3.4
SYSTEM DESIGN:
General: The basic equipment and device locations have been shown on the contract drawings.
Specific wiring between equipment/devices has not been shown. It is the contractors responsibility to
submit for approval the COMPLETE ENGINEERED system configuration and layout showing all
devices, wiring, conduit, and locations along with other required information as specified herein.
PROGRAMMING:
General: The fire alarm system installer shall provide programming to interface new fire alarm
devices as required.
INSTALLATION:
A.
General: Install system and materials in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, roughing-in
drawings, and details on the Drawings. Install electrical work and use electrical products complying
with the requirements of the applicable Division 26 sections of these Specifications. Mount manual
stations and alarm devices at heights specified in Section 26 05 00, "Basic Electrical Material and
Method".
B.
Wiring: All wiring shall be in accordance with NFPA 72, the National Electrical Code, Local Codes,
and Article 760 of NFPA Standard 70. All wiring sizes shall conform to recommendations of the
equipment manufacturer, and as indicated on the engineered shop drawings.
C.
1.
Install fire alarm system line voltage and low-voltage wiring in a suitable raceway. Conceal
fire alarm system conduit except in mechanical rooms and areas where other conduit and
piping are exposed. Fasten flexible conductors, which bridge cabinets and doors, neatly
along hinge side and protect against abrasion. Tie and support the conductors neatly.
2.
All wiring shall be run in a supervised fashion (i.e. no branch wiring or dog-legged wiring)
per NFPA requirements such that any wiring disarrangement will initiate the appropriate
trouble signals via the main control panel per NFPA and UL requirements. Intelligent SLC
loops may be T-tapped/branch wired due to inherent dynamic supervision.
3.
Wiring splices shall be kept to a minimum with required splices to be made in designated
terminal boxes or at field device junction boxes. Transposing or color code changes of
wiring will not be permitted. End-of-line supervisory devices shall be installed with the last
device on the respective circuit. Said device shall be appropriately marked designating it as
the terminating device on the respective circuit.
4.
No AC wiring or any other wiring shall be run in the same conduit as fire alarm wiring.
5.
Number code and color code conductors appropriately and permanently for future
identification and servicing of the system.
Conduit/Raceway: All wire shall be installed in an approved conduit/raceway system. Maximum
conduit "fill" shall not exceed 40% per NEC.
1.
Conduit and raceway system shall be installed as specified other Sections of the
Specifications.
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Minimum conduit size shall be 3/4" EMT. Install conduit per engineered shop drawings.
Minimum conduit size shall be 3/4" EMT. Install conduit per engineered shop drawings.
Conduit and raceway system shall be installed as specified under the general electrical
sections of the specifications and per NEC. Maximum conduit "fill" shall not exceed 40%
per NEC.
D.
Labeling: All system controls, indicators and other devices shall be labeled with names, designations
and operating instructions as applicable. Labels shall be either engraved nameplates or covered
printed labels and shall be approved by the Engineer. All water flow switches which are hidden shall
have identification points. These identification points shall be red tags with white lettering indicating
location of the water flow switch. Tag location will be visible from corridors.
E.
Checkout: Check wiring to ensure that wiring is in accordance with the system manufacturer's wiring
diagrams and that the system is free of open circuits, short circuits, and grounds.
F.
Identification: Refer to Section 26 05 53 for additional requirements concerning painting,
nameplates, and labeling.
3.5
COORDINATION:
A.
It shall be the responsibility of the installing contractor to coordinate all requirements surrounding
installation of the fire alarm system with all trades. Adequate coordination shall be provided to
ensure proper installation and interface to all peripheral items required to interact with the fire alarm
to provide a complete and functional life safety system.
B.
The installing contractor shall be fully responsible for coordinating all system and device messages
and system operation with the Owner's Representatives and Operating Personnel.
3.6
SYSTEM CHECKOUT AND TEST:
A.
All final control panel connections shall be made by a state licensed, factory-trained technical
representative of the manufacturer and who shall supervise a System Checkout and Test to
demonstrate and confirm to the Engineer, Owner's Representative and the fire department, that the
fire alarm system is 100% operational upon completion of the installation, and that it complies with all
local code requirements and these specifications. It is intended that the System Checkout and Test
be followed by a continuing program of inspection testing and maintenance. The Contractor shall
provide a proposal to the Owner for a Maintenance, Inspection and Quarterly Testing Contract in
compliance with NFPA 72H, upon completion and system checkout.
B.
The System Checkout and Test shall be performed within 30 days after the fire alarm installation and
all peripheral systems are completed. The System Checkout and Test shall be performed by a
minimum of two licensed fire alarm system technicians, one of which is licensed by the State of
Texas, and acceptable to the Engineer and the authority having jurisdiction. The test shall be
performed in two parts and two-way radios for use by the test observers shall be provided. The first
part shall be a full dry-run test with all subcontractors present, but without the Owner's
Representative or fire department present. After the dry-run test is successfully completed, then the
final test with the Owner's Representative and fire department present shall be performed.
C.
This Contractor shall coordinate the test schedule with all necessary parties and subcontractors
required to be present for a complete and functional test.
D.
The System Checkout and Test which is a comprehensive 100% inspection and test of all fire alarm
system equipment and shall include, but not be limited to the following:
1.
Fire Alarm Control Equipment:
a. A visual and functional test of all fire alarm control and auxiliary control equipment.
b. A visual inspection shall be conducted to establish that all electrical connections and
equipment as required are properly installed and operating.
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A remote functional fault simulation test shall be conducted on all relevant field wiring
terminations to ensure that all wiring is properly supervised as required.
d. All indicators shall be tested to ensure proper function and operation.
e. All device messages shall be verified to be correct, as installed.
f.
All system auxiliary functions including, but not limited to, CPU reporting, elevator recall,
fire/ smoke door and shutter control, security interface, HVAC equipment control and
shutdown, smoke control initiation, and other specified control functions shall be
functionally tested to verify proper operation and proper system messages.
g. Control panel supervisory and alarm current readings shall be taken to verify that the
control panel has the appropriate power supplies and standby batteries to operate the
system as required. A 3 minute general alarm stress test both under ac power and
standby power shall be conducted to further ensure complete operation of the system.
h. The Voice Communication System shall be visually and functionally tested to verify
proper operation. Voice paging zoning shall be verified and automatic and manual
operation of the voice paging system shall be fully verified. Self-monitoring functions of
the voice paging system shall be verified.
i.
The Firefighters' Telephone System shall be functionally tested to verify proper zoning,
supervision and operation of each firefighters' telephone jack location.
2.
Annunciators: All annunciators shall be tested to ensure that each point activates properly
and labeling correctly defines the area of alarm.
3.
Fire Alarm Peripheral Devices: All fire alarm peripheral devices shall be functionally tested
and the location and testing information recorded for each device.
4.
Initiating Devices (Manual and Automatic):
a. All manual and automatic initiating devices shall be inspected to ensure proper
placement and mounting as recommended by the manufacturer and as indicated in
these specifications.
b. All manual fire alarm stations and all automatic initiating devices (smoke detectors, heat
detectors, waterflow switches, etc.) shall be functionally tested for alarm operation.
c.
A minimum of 10% of initiating devices shall be functionally tested for proper wiring
supervision. Failure of any tested device on any zone shall require that all devices in that
zone shall be tested for supervision.
d. All device messages shall be verified to be correct as installed.
5.
Alarm Signaling Devices:
a. All visual alarm indicators and exit sign flashing shall be functionally tested to ensure
proper operation and that they are clearly visible.
b. Alarm signaling devices shall be field-checked and tested for proper operation and
output.
c.
Decibel reading shall be taken to ensure that the alarm signal level can be clearly heard
in all areas of the facility, if required by the authority having jurisdiction. Additional
devices may be required to provide adequate sound penetration (or as required by the
local authority having jurisdiction). Contractor shall provide a unit price for such devices
should they be required.
d. A minimum of 10% of the alarm signaling device shall be functionally tested for proper
wiring supervision.
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Reporting:
a. Upon completion of the 100% System Checkout and Test, four copies of the final report
shall be documented, certified, and sent to the Engineer for distribution to the Owner or
authorized Owner's Representative indicating that all fire alarm equipment has been
tested and is 100% operational.
b. The final report shall be generated by the equipment manufacturers headquarters or
authorized representative to ensure integrity and uniformity of all testing procedures and
reporting. The report shall contain the testing information, stating the precise location
and operational status of each and every peripheral device and shall include a Fire
Alarm System Certification and Description Document per NFPA 72.
c.
3.7
The 100% System Checkout and Test shall be performed by factory-trained
representatives, and one of the individuals shall possess a state license for fire alarm
installation supervision.
OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE DATA:
A.
The system manufacturer shall submit fire alarm system Operating & Maintenance (O&M) Manuals
with complete system documentation including test reports and record drawings.
B.
The manufacturer's authorized representative shall instruct the Owner's designated employees in the
proper operation of the system and all required periodic maintenance. This instruction will include
three copies of a written summary in booklet or binder form so employees can retain for future
reference. Basic operating instructions for the system shall be framed and mounted at the main
control unit.
3.8
WARRANTY:
A.
The fire alarm and security systems shall be warranted against defects in workmanship and
materials, under normal use and service, for a period of one year from the date of acceptance by the
Owner. Any equipment shown to be defective shall be repaired, replaced or adjusted free of charge.
B.
The warranty period shall begin after successful completion of the Owner's inspections and tests. In
the event of any system malfunctions or nuisance alarms, the Contractor will take appropriate
corrective action. This action may necessitate a repeat of the response test if the Owner so desires.
Continued improper performance during warranty shall be cause to require the Contractor to remove
the system.
C.
The warranty start date will not begin until after a period of 30 consecutive days of system operation
without any nuisance alarms caused by malfunctioning of hardware of software.
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ABBREVIATIONS
A
A
AMPS, AIR (COMPRESSED)
A/C
NEW CAM LIGHTING FIXTURE, LETTER
DENOTES TYPE, H PREFIX DENOTES HID
B
GENERAL NOTES ELECTRICAL
A.
"R" DENOTES RELOCATED EXISTING.
APPLICABLE STATE & LOCAL BUILDING CODES &
RELOCATED EXISTING CAM FIXTURE, LETTER
R
A.
REQUIREMENTS.
DENOTES TYPE WHERE APPLICABLE
MECHANICAL NOTES
SUPPLY AIR DIFFUSER, NO LETTER DENOTES NEW,
ALL ELECTRICAL WORK SHALL COMPLY WITH
AIR CONDITIONING
GENERAL NOTES MECHANICAL
DUCTWORK
EXISTING SUPPLY AIR DIFFUSER, NO LETTER DENOTES
REFER TO SPECIFICATIONS FOR MATERIALS AND METHODS FOR
MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
TO REMAIN, "R" DENOTES TO BE REMOVED AND REUSED
AHU AIR HANDLING UNIT
AL
ALUMINUM
ALT ALTERNATE
AMB AMBIENT
EXISTING CAM LIGHTING FIXTURE TO REMAIN
EXISTING CAM LIGHTING FIXTURE TO BE REMOVED
R
AND REUSED AS APPLICABLE
SITE & FAMILIARIZE THEMSELF WITH EXISTING
APPLICABLE
R
FB
R
FB
FB
DIRECT CURRENT, DOUBLE DUCT
CONSTANT VOLUME
E.
DIMENSION
EAT
EDB
ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURE
ENTERING DRY BULB
FB
& SHALL BE PERFORMED AT TIMES WHICH ARE
LETTER DENOTES TYPE WHERE APPLICABLE
ACCEPTABLE TO THE BUILDING MANAGER.
REMAIN, "R" DENOTES TO BE REMOVED AND RELOCATED
FOR THE EXACT LOCATION OF ALL CEILING MOUNTED
COORDINATE THE EXACT LOCATIONS OF HVAC TERMINAL UNITS
WITH LOCATIONS OF LIGHTING FIXTURES, PIPING AND OTHER
CONSTRUCTION, TO ALLOW FOR PROPER ACCESS TO SERVICE TERMINAL
UNITS.
G.
THE MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
COORDINATING THE LOCATION OF DUCTWORK AND PIPING WITH OTHER
TRADES AND PROVIDING OFFSETS IN DUCTWORK AND PIPING AS
REQUIRED.
AS APPLICABLE.
DEVICES.
NEW RECTANGULAR OR ROUND DUCTWORK
RELOCATED EXISTING SWITCH
S
EXISTING SWITCH TO REMAIN
S
EXISTING SWITCH TO BE REMOVED AND REUSED AS
RE: ARCHITECTURAL INTERIOR ELEVATIONS, IF
SHEET LIST
PROVIDED FOR LOCATIONS OF WALL MOUNTED DEVICES.
NEW SWITCH, SPST, 20A, 120|277V
R
S
3
APPLICABLE
EXISTING DUCTWORK
H.
FURNISH ACCESS DOORS FOR INSTALLATION BY
THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR WHERE ACCESS IS REQUIRED
X
X
X
X
EXISTING RECTANGULAR OR ROUND DUCTWORK TO BE
X
I.
ALL REQUIRED HVAC CONTROL WIRING &
SWITCH, 20A, 120|277V, "2" DENOTES DPST, "3"
DENOTES THREE-WAY, "4" DENOTES FOUR-WAY
CONTRACTOR.
S
L
SWITCH, SPDT, CENTER OFF, MOMENTARY CONTACT, "L"
DENOTES TOGGLE, "LR" DENOTES ROCKER
K
SWITCH, SPST, 20A, 120|277V, "K" DENOTES KEY
J.
EXISTING FLEXIBLE DUCT
X
X
X
EXISTING FLEXIBLE DUCT TO BE REMOVED
SUPPLY OR OUTSIDE AIR DUCT
ALL WIRING SHALL BE MINIMUM 2#12, #12G, 3/4"C,
RETURN, RELIEF, OR EXHAUST AIR DUCT
REFER TO SPECIFICATIONS FOR REQUIREMENTS TO
SWITCH, "P" DENOTES PILOT LIGHT, "T"DENOTES
INCREASE WIRE SIZE FOR DISTANCES OVER 50 FEET
SPRING WOUND TIMER, "M" DENOTES MOTION DETECTOR
FLOOR
UP
INCLINED RISE IN DUCT
DN
INCLINED DROP IN DUCT
FOR 120 VOLT AND 100 FEET FOR 277 VOLT. UNDER
D
DIMMER CONTROL SWITCH, 1000 WATT UNLESS OTHERWISE
NOTED
NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL THE VOLTAGE DROP BE WORSE
THAN 3% FOR ANY BRANCH CIRCUIT AND 2% FOR ANY
FEEDER.
FIRE ALARM
K.
TURNING VANES
AV
INCH
V
FIRE ALARM AUDIO VISUAL SIGNAL, WALL MOUNTED
H
DUCT MOUNTED HUMIDIFIER
FROM THE OWNER PRIOR TO CORE
DRILLING. ALL RATED PARTITION PENETRATIONS
FIRE ALARM VISUAL SIGNAL, WALL MOUNTED
JUNCTION BOX
DOUBLE DUCT HVAC TERMINAL UNIT
SHALL BE SEALED WITH A UL-LISTED FIRE SAFING
LENGTH, LONG, LAVATORY
LB(S) POUND(S)
LDB LEAVING DRY BULB
LVL LEVEL
LWB LEAVING WET BULB
M
METER, MALE, MEN
MAX MAXIMUM
MBH THOUSANDS OF BTU'S
MC
MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR
A
FIRE ALARM AUDIO SIGNAL, WALL MOUNTED
A
FIRE ALARM CEILING SPEAKER
V
FIRE ALARM CEILING VISUAL
S
SA
SYSTEM, IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE STATE AND
FIRE DAMPER
LOCAL REQUIREMENTS.
L.
CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT RECORD DRAWINGS AND
AREA SMOKE DETECTOR
SECTION 8.7.
THIS REQUIREMENT SHALL BE IN
NUMBER
OUTSIDE AIR
OD
OUTSIDE DIAMETER
OFF
OH
FIRE PROTECTION SPRINKLER
ARCHITECTURAL/LIGHTING RENO RCP AREA A
ARCHITECTURAL/LIGHTING RENO RCP AREA B
ARCHITECTURAL/LIGHTING RENO RCP AREA C
ARCHITECTURAL/LIGHTING RENO RCP AREA D
ARCHITECTURAL/LIGHTING RENO RCP AREA E
ARCHITECTURAL/LIGHTING RENO RCP AREA F
M.
MULTI-OUTLET RACEWAY SHALL INCLUDE FACTORY
M
M
M
M
M
M
1.61
1.62
1.63
1.64
1.65
1.66
MECHANICAL DEMO AREA A
MECHANICAL DEMO AREA B
MECHANICAL DEMO AREA C
MECHANICAL DEMO AREA D
MECHANICAL DEMO AREA E
MECHANICAL DEMO AREA F
2.61
2.62
2.63
2.64
2.65
2.66
MECHANICAL RENO AREA A
MECHANICAL RENO AREA B
MECHANICAL RENO AREA C
MECHANICAL RENO AREA D
MECHANICAL RENO AREA E
MECHANICAL RENO AREA F
M
MOTORIZED DAMPER
M 4.01
MANUAL BALANCING DAMPER
ENTRANCE FITTINGS, COUPLINGS, ELBOWS , END CAPS,
BRACKETS, COVERS AND BASE AS REQUIRED TO BE
SPRINKLER HEAD
MECHANICAL SCHEDULES
INSTALLED AS A COMPLETE SYSTEM.
MISCELLANEOUS
N.
1
GROUND WIRE MAYBE USED FOR CONNECTION TO
GENERAL NOTES ELECTRICAL
M 5.01
MECHANICAL DETAILS
M 6.01
CONTROL DIAGRAM
THE MINIMUM CONDUIT SIZE ALLOWED IS 3/4", EXCEPT
3/8" PRE-MANUFACTURED FIXTURE WHIPS WITH A
OFFICE
2.61
2.62
2.63
2.64
2.65
2.66
GRAVITY BACKDRAFT DAMPER
ADDITION TO RECORD DRAWINGS AS REQUIRED IN
AREA SMOKE DETECTOR ALARM
NOISE CRITERIA
NO
OA
AE
AE
AE
AE
AE
AE
B
FIRE|SMOKE DAMPER
FS
M/E/P MECHANICAL/ ELECTRICAL/
NC
ARCHITECTURAL/LIGHTING DEMO RCP AREA A
ARCHITECTURAL/LIGHTING DEMO RCP AREA B
ARCHITECTURAL/LIGHTING DEMO RCP AREA C
ARCHITECTURAL/LIGHTING DEMO RCP AREA D
ARCHITECTURAL/LIGHTING DEMO RCP AREA E
ARCHITECTURAL/LIGHTING DEMO RCP AREA F
M
M
M
M
M
M
THE SPECIFICATIONS.
X
1.61
1.62
1.63
1.64
1.65
1.66
SMOKE DAMPER
S
O&M MANUALS AS REQUIRED IN ASHRAE 90.1-2010 .
MECH MECHANICAL
PLUMBING
MIN MINIMUM
MISC MISCELLANEOUS
MU
MAKE-UP
N
NORTH, NITROGEN
(N)
NEW
AE
AE
AE
AE
AE
AE
COORDINATE ALL SLAB PENETRATIONS WITH THE
EXISTING STRUCTURE AND OBTAIN WRITTEN APPROVAL
INSIDE DIAMETER
MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS & ABBREVIATIONS
UNLESS NOTED OR SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS OTHERWISE.
S
FT
FOOT, FEET
GA
GAGE
GALV GALVANIZED
ME 000
REMOVED AND RELOCATED AS APPLICABLE
NEW FLEXIBLE DUCT
EQUIPMENT SHALL BE PROVIDED BY THE MECHANICAL
FLEX FLEXIBLE
JB
F.
TO CONCEALED ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT.
FIXT FIXTURE
IN
ALL SUPPLY AIR DUFFUSERS ARE 4-WAY THROW, UNLESS
OTHERWISE NOTED ON THE DRAWINGS WITH FLOW ARROWS.
DENOTES RELOCATED EXISTING.
RE: ARCHITECTURAL REFLECTED CEILING PLANS
AND REUSED AS APPLICABLE
EXT EXTERNAL
F
FAHRENHEIT, FAN, FIRE, FEMALE
ID
E.
RETURN AIR SLOT, NO LETTER DENOTES NEW, "R"
EXISTING RETURN AIR SLOT, NO LETTER DENOTES TO
F.
R
EXIST EXISTING
CONDITIONING
ALL DUCTWORK SHALL BE INSTALLED A MINIMUM OF 8 INCHES
ABOVE THE FINISHED CEILING TO PROVIDE CLEARANCE FOR PIPING,
ELECTRICAL CONDUIT AND LIGHTING FIXTURES.
APPLICABLE.
EXISTING LIGHT FIXTURE TO REMAIN
S
EXHAUST
HT
HEIGHT
HVAC HEATING, VENTILATING & AIR
D.
REMAIN, "R" DENOTES TO BE REMOVED AND REUSED AS
THE BUILDING MANAGER AT LEAST 3 WEEKS IN ADVANCE
G.
EQUIP EQUIPMENT
EQUIV EQUIVALENT
EWB ENTERING WET BULB
FLR
EXISTING SUPPLY AIR SLOT, NO LETTER DENOTES TO
LIGHT FIXTURE ON EMERGENCY CIRCUIT
ENGR ENGINEER
EXH
DENOTES RELOCATED EXISTING.
RELOCATED EXISTING LIGHT FIXTURE,
S
DOWN
THIS PROJECT, PRIOR TO SUBMITTING BIDS.
WORK IN OCCUPIED SPACES SHALL BE SCHEDULED WITH
NEW LIGHTING FIXTURE, LETTER DENOTES
TYPE, F PREFIX DENOTES FLUORESCENT
EXISTING LIGHT FIXTURE TO BE REMOVED
R
DISC DISCONNECT
DIST DISTRIBUTION
DN
SUPPLY AIR SLOT, NO LETTER DENOTES NEW, "R"
ALL INTERRUPTIONS TO UTILITY SERVICES & ALL
DEGREE
DIM
CONDITIONS WHICH WILL IMPACT CONSTRUCTION OF
EXISTING EXIT SIGN TO BR REMOVED AND REUSED AS
DB
DRY BULB
DBL DOUBLE
DIAMETER
FURNISH ACCESS DOORS FOR INSTALLATION BY THE GENERAL
CONTRACTOR IN WALLS AND CEILINGS WHERE ACCESS IS REQUIRED TO
CONCEALED MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT, VALVES, CONTROLS AND OTHER
DEVICES.
REUSED AS APPLICABLE.
THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL VISIT THE
EXISTING EXIT SIGN TO REMAIN, ARROWS AS INDICATED
CUBIC FEET PER MINUTE
DIA
C.
EXISTING RETURN AIR OR EXHAUST GRILL, NO LETTER
DENOTES TO REMAIN, "R" DENOTES TO BE REMOVED AND
RELOCATED EXISTING EXIT SIGN, ARROWS AS INDICATED
R
CU FT CUBIC FEET
L
REQUIREMENTS.
DENOTES TYPE
AVERAGE
DEG
REFER TO THE SPECS FOR SUBMITTAL
D.
CELSIUS, CONDUIT
DC
ALL DUCTWORK SIZES SHOWN ARE FREE AIR STREAM
DIMENSIONS.
NEW, "R" DENOTES RELOCATED EXISTING.
C.
NEW EXIT SIGN, ARROWS AS INDICATED, LETTER
X
ASME AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL
ENGINEERS
ASTM AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND
MATERIALS
AUTO AUTOMATIC
AUX AUXILIARY
CFM
B.
RETURN AIR OR EXHAUST GRILL, NO LETTER DENOTES
AND REFRIGERATION AND AIR
CONDITIONING ENGINEERS
C
AS APPLICABLE.
REFER TO THE SPECS FOR MATERIALS & METHODS
FOR ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION.
APD AIR PRESSURE DROP
ARCH ARCHITECT, ARCHITECTURAL
ASHRAE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HEATING
AVG
B.
DRAWING NOTE REFERENCE
AIR DISTRIBUTION DEVICE REFERENCE.
bbb
a
LIGHT FIXTURES.
cc/dd
TYPE, "bbb" DENOTES CFM, "cc|dd" DENOTES NECK
SIZE
OVERHEAD
O.
OPNG OPENING
PD
PRESSURE DROP
PRES PRESSURE
ALL PANEL DIRECTORIES SHALL BE TYPED. LIST
UNUSED BREAKERS AS SPARE. LIST AVAILABLE
LIGHTING FIXTURE CIRCUITING NOTES:
6.C
bbb
aaa
6.F
6.E
6.284A 6.284
TYPE, "bbb" DENOTES CFM, "ccc KW" DENOTES
ccc KW
SPACES AS SPACE.
6.D
HVAC TERMINAL UNIT REFERENCE. "aaa" DENOTES
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
6.152
HEATING KW WHERE APPLICABLE
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
PIPE
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
CLNG
6.175
PIPE
6.632
B
6.020
6.257
6.256
6.257A
6.630A
6.432A
6.012
HUMIDISTAT
NORMAL AND EMERGENCY POWER SHALL NOT OCCUPY
6.254
6.255
1-1/2" COND.
(TYP. 2)
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
THE SAME RACEWAY.
F
6.246
A
DUCT SMOKE DETECTOR.
D
G
V
G
V
6.616
6.426
B
C
6.015A
6.010
6.013
6.008
6.422
6.420
6.416A
SPECIFICATIONS FOR ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS.
BRANCH CIRCUIT HOMERUNS SHALL BE LIMITED TO
WATT, WIDTH, WASTE,
ONE NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR PER PHASE AND ONE GROUND
WEST, WIRE, WOMEN
6.1T2
W/O
WITHOUT
WB
WET BULB
CONDUCTOR (WHERE SHOWN OR SPECIFIED), AND
G
A
6.512
6.1J1
PIPE
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
6.043
6.001
A
PIPE
6.306
6.308
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.402A
6.135
V
6.002A
G
S
A
6.404
D
G
V
G
V
6.2T1
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.228
6.226
G
6.200A
6.404A
A.P.
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.200B
6.100D
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
A
6.111
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.200E
6.200D
6.100A
6.A
6.102
6.104
PROJECTION
6.132C
6.133
6.125
SCREEN
6.200
6.214
F
6.119
6.038
6.100
6.200C
6.222
6.224
E
6.100F
6.402
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.2J1
V
6.230
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.128
6.132A
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.6
6.N
PROVIDE SEPERATE NETURALS FOR ALL BRANCH
OF TE
XA
TE
KEY MAP AREAS
TA
THE SEAL APPEARING ON THIS DRAWING WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
ALL LAY-IN LIGHTING FIXTURES SHALL BE
CONNECTED TO A BRANCH CIRCUIT JUNCTION BOX
HEATHER CAMDEN
WITH A FLEXIBLE FIXTURE TAIL, RE:
F
SI
ON A L E N
EE
ES
CENSED
R
86883
LI
N
PR O
BOX. FIXTURE TO FIXTURE WIRING OF LAY-IN
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.240A
EXISTING LIGHT FIXTURE TO BE REMOVED
TAILS SHALL BE CONNECTED TO A SINGLE JUNCTION
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
6.2T2
SPECIFICATIONS. A MAXIMUM OF FOUR FIXTURE
6.138
3" UNINS.
6.408
V
6.602
CIRCUITS. SHARED NEUTRALS ARE NOT ALLOWED.
6.510
6.035
V
6.241
SHALL BE INSTALLED IN CONDUIT.
C.
6.314A
GYP. BOARD
6.032
S
WITH
6.140A
6.140
6" RAISED
6.006
S
W/
S.
6.514A
6.514
6.316A
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.B
W
6.316
6.516
6.045
6.608
A
NEW LIGHT FIXTURE
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.139
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.003
6.241A
ELECTRICAL TESTING LABORATORIES.
THREE PHASE CONDUCTORS (ON DIFFERENT PHASES),
6.320
PIPE
LABELED FOR INSTALLATION PER RECOGNIZED
B.
6.142
6.520
6.322
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.602A
2" UNINS.
6.232
T STAT THERMOSTAT/SENSOR
TC
TEMPERATURE CONTROL
6.143
6.522
3" WASTE
6.240
ALL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SHALL BE LISTED AND
6.145
6.524
6.324
V
6.600
R.
6.326
6.030
6.416
6.005
G
6.233
STANDARD
6.144A
6.522A
2- 1" COND
6.318
S
STD
6.028
6.033
6.240C
EXISTING LIGHT FIXTURE NIC OR TO REMAIN
6.146
6.528
6.414
A
G
CIRCUITING AS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS. RE;
SQ IN SQUARE INCHES
SST STAINLESS STEEL
6.147
6.522B
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.240B
OPERATING AT GREATER THAN 50 VOLTS.
6.026
6.007
S
AS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE SWITCHING AND
6.332
6.031
6.011
6.039
SPEC SPECIFICATION, SPECIFIED
6.522C
6.532
6.326A
6.029
6.424
6.612
6.245
"RA" DENOTES RETURN AIR
SHALL NOT OCCUPY THE SAME CONDUIT AS CIRCUITS
V
G
C
6.324A
A.P.
A
6.246A
RA
JUNCTION BOXES FOR ALL LAY-IN LIGHT FIXTURES,
A
6.612B
S
CONTROL CIRCUITS OPERATING AT 50 VOLTS OR LESS
6.428
6.630D
S
BRANCH CIRCUIT WIRING IN A RACEWAY TO ALL
Q.
COND
6.618
6.246B
6.0T2
6.015
6.622
FIRESTAT
AROUND DUCT
6.029A
4 - 3"
6.620
6.250
CLNG TO STRUC
3" WASTE
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.2MI
H
6.0T1
METAL SUPPORTS
6.IM2
A
6.630
6.2M2
CIRCUITS SHALL NOT OCCUPY THE SAME RACEWAY.
CONTROL PATTERN IS NOT OBVIOUS. INSTALL
SUMP PUMP
6.148
PIPE
6.630B
LIGHT FIXTURES INDICATE SWITCHING WHERE THE
RIGIDLY ATTACHED LIGHT FIXTURES AND TO
6.016
4" INS
6.432
6.626
SQUARE FEET
STATIC PRESSURE,
6.0J1
PIPE
PIPE
6.028A
THERMOSTAT
THE SAME RACEWAY, 120/208V AND 277/480 VOLT
FIXTURES. LOWER CASE LETTERS AT SWITCHES AND
SECT SECTION
SF
SP
T
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
3/4" Cu
6.010A
RCP REFLECTED CEILING PLAN
S
SOUTH, SUPPLY, SINK
SA
SUPPLY AIR, SHOP AIR, SOUND
ATTENUATOR
CLNG
6.163
6.634
6.259
6.IM1
BRANCH CIRCUIT NUMBERS FOR ALL LIGHTING
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
6.169A
CIRCUITS FROM DIFFERENT SOURCES SHALL NOT OCCUPY
S
RETURN AIR
6.173
6.260
P.
6.2M3
RA
THE LIGHTING PLANS INDICATE SWITCHING AND
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
4" INS
A.
6.IM3
RELOCATE
S
(R)
G
I
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by Heather
Camden
Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
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LIGHTING FIXTURES IS NOT PERMITTED.
E&C
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MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
SKETCH: ME 000
MECHANICAL &
ELECTRICAL SYMB.
& ABBREVIATIONS
DRAWING:
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REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
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Fax 713/580-8888
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E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
NONE
DATE:03-03-2017
GENERAL NOTES:
6.C
A.THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
APPROXIMATE LOCATIONS OF DEVICES ARE SHOWN.
DRAWINGS NOTES:
6.284A 6.284
6.282
V
6.264A
6.264
A
1
6.270A
V
(TYP)
6.270
2
6.270B
6.282A
(TYP)
1
(TYP)
2
DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES. CIRCUITING TO BE REUSED.
REMOVE SWITCH FOR REPLACEMENT.
V
(TYP)
1
DEMOLISH THE GRID.
6.284B
2
6.280
6.278
6.274
1
3 DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES IN THE HALLWAY. CIRCUITING
(TYP)
TO BE REUSED.
V
V
C
SA
4 DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES IN THE CHASES. CIRCUITING
SA
TO BE REUSED. REMOVE 3-WAY TIMER SWITCHES.
A
A
S
S
S
A
S
A
6.2H2
1
A
A
S
(TYP)
SA
A
V
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.261
6.2J2
6.434
S
S
S
6.260
V
6.634
S
V
6.259
6.258
6.632
6.432
1A
(TYP)
6.630
6.630A
A
A
6.257
S
6.256
6.257A
PNL
6LD2
6.626
6.432A
PNL
6LD1
6.630B
METAL CROSS
2
6.254
(TYP)
(TYP)
THRU CLNG 1'
PNL
3
6LB
6.255
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.630D
6.424
6.620
6.422
S
S
6.622
6.250
4
V
6.420
6.618
V
4
6.418
6.D
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.156
6.154
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
CLNG
6.163
6.259
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
PIPE
S
6.416
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
6.169A
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
A
6.630
6.257
6.256
6.257A
6.255
1-1/2" COND.
(TYP. 2)
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
3" WASTE
6.144A
COND
6.528
6.428
6.426
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.622
6.246
V
G
A
G
V
G
V
6.616
6.140A
6.420
6.322
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.416A
6.320
6.033
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
A
6.612B
6.520
6.007
6.2MI
6.2M3
6.246B
6.031
6.011
6.618
S
6.414
6.029A
4 - 3"
6.620
6.250
A
6.522B
6.012
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.2M2
A.P.
V
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.010A
6.254
6.146
6.326A
6.630A
6.626
A
6.158
PIPE
V
G
6.172
6.178
6.152
2" INS
6.630B
A
6.180
6.260
6.416A
G
6.182
6.018G
6.018
3/4" Cu
A
6.184
6.018A
6.634
6.246
6.F
6.E
6.IM2
6.616
6.C
6.028A
6.612B
V
6.IM1
G
6.4H1
A
6.2M2
6.2M3
A
6.6H1
V
6.2H1
(TYP)
S
S
1
6.246B
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
S
A
6.612
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
1" COND.
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
6.510
6.1J1
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
6.240C
6.412
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
6.608
A
G
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
G
A
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
PIPE
3" PIPE
6.306
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.308
6.604
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.240A
6.402A
6.135
V
6.002A
G
S
A
6.233
6.404
6.600
V
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
S
6.602A
G
6.314
TO STRUCT.
3" WASTE
6.245
A
6.1T2
6.043A
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
V
S
6.246A
G
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.240
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.200A
6.2T2
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
G
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.2J1
V
6.132C
6.133
A
6.100
6.132A
6.200C
6.232
6.200
6.230
S
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
S
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.100A
6.A
6.B
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
6.6
6.N
6.240C
6.608
G
TE
TA
6.410
V
OF TE
XA
S
A
6.408
THE SEAL APPEARING ON THIS DRAWING WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
HEATHER CAMDEN
F
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
E&C
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MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
SI
ON A L E N
EE
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CENSED
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86883
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ELECTRICAL/CEILING DEMO AREA A PLAN
G
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Digitally signed
by Heather
Camden
Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
N
6.241A
S
S
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: DEMO AREA A
DRAWING:
AE 1.61
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
GENERAL NOTES:
6.D
6.E
A.THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
APPROXIMATE LOCATIONS OF DEVICES ARE SHOWN.
DRAWINGS NOTES:
1
6.292
6.290
1
S
6.291
6.018B
6.293
6.174
6.018C
2
(TYP)
6.018D
6.018E
6.018F
1
2
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.178
2
DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES. CIRCUITING TO BE REUSED.
REMOVE SWITCH FOR REPLACEMENT.
(TYP)
(TYP)
6.018A
(TYP)
DEMOLISH THE GRID.
3 DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES IN THE HALLWAY. CIRCUITING
V
S
TO BE REUSED.
4 DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES IN THE CHASES. CIRCUITING
V
SA
TO BE REUSED. REMOVE 3-WAY TIMER SWITCHES.
S
A
V
S
S
A
3
(TYP)
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
V
3
V
1
(TYP)
S
A
(TYP)
PIPE
S
A
6.434
6.014
S
A
PIPE
3
S
(TYP)
AUX
1
6.0H3
3
C
4" INS
6.175
(TYP)
6.173
DRAIN
(TYP)
A
D
2-1/2" INS
A
S
6.0J1
PIPE
3/4" Cu
6.016
PIPE
4" INS
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
1
V
2
(TYP)
V
(TYP)
6.326A
S
1
PNL
6.026
6LF2
(TYP)
PNL
6.012
6LF1
3" WASTE
6.010A
COND
6.426
B
6.029A
S
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
3
(TYP)
6.028A
4 - 3"
PNL
6LM2
PNL
6LM1
6.326
6.013
6.029
6.008
6.422
6.030
6.031
6.011
6.007
4
6.IM1
S
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.F
6.E
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
6.152
GYP. BOARD
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
RAISED
PIPE
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
CLNG
6.163
6.169A
6.634
6.259
6.258
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
PIPE
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
PIPE
B
6.020
6.630
6.257
6.256
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
3/4" Cu
6.318
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
6.260
S
A
6.D
6.630A
6.257A
6.432A
6.626
6.012
6.0T1
METAL SUPPORTS
CLNG TO STRUC
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.146
6.326A
6.332
6.026
6.522B
3" WASTE
6.630B
COND
6.255
6.010A
6.254
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
B
C
6.015A
6.010
6.013
6.028
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.524
6.029
6.424
6.008
6.422
6.528
6.015
6.630D
6.620
6.622
6.250
6.144A
6.029A
4 - 3"
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.011
6.143
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.031
6.520
6.007
6.007A
V
G
S
6.612B
6.2MI
A
6.2M2
6.2M3
6.418
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
V
G
V
6.140A
6.320
6.041
6.033
6.IM2
6.246B
6.322
6.IM1
6.420
6.618
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
6.0H2
6.2MI
6.033
A
6.C
S
6.0H4
S
6.028A
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.322
4
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
6.414
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
S
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
6.240C
G
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
6.043
V
6.001
6.043A
6.602
6.241
G
A
6.308
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
CLNG
6.402A
G
6.135
V
6.002A
A
6.404
6.240
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
GYP. BOARD
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.200A
6.2T2
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
V
G
6.132C
6.133
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.2J1
6.032
A
6.100
6.132A
6.200C
6.232
3" WASTE
6.200
6.230
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.100A
6.035
2" UNINS.
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.600
6.006
PIPE
6.306
V
6.233
6" RAISED
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
6.240A
TO STRUCT.
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
A
S
FROM CLNG.
6.608
A
G
6.240B
S
STACKED PIPE
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
S
6.005
3" UNINS.
6.A
6.B
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
6.6
6.N
PIPE
6.003
3" UNINS.
PIPE
OF TE
XA
S
S
TE
TA
ARCH/LIGHTING DEMO AREA B PLAN
HEATHER CAMDEN
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CENSED
ON A L E N
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E&C
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THE SEAL APPEARING ON THIS DRAWING WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
G
I
Digitally signed
by Heather
Camden
Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
N
S
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: DEMO AREA B
DRAWING:
AE 1.62
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
6.F
6.E
GENERAL NOTES:
A.THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
APPROXIMATE LOCATIONS OF DEVICES ARE SHOWN.
DRAWINGS NOTES:
6.174
6.172
2
6.170
6.168
6.166
(TYP)
1
6.164
2
6.164A
6.160
(TYP)
6.158
6.156
6.154
(TYP)
DEMOLISH THE GRID.
2
DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES. CIRCUITING TO BE REUSED.
REMOVE SWITCH FOR REPLACEMENT.
S
6.152
1
V
SA
3 DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES IN THE HALLWAY. CIRCUITING
3
SA
TO BE REUSED.
(TYP)
SA
1
S
S
S
6.1H2
V
SA
D
4 DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES IN THE CHASES. CIRCUITING
S
(TYP)
S
A
A
TO BE REUSED. REMOVE 3-WAY TIMER SWITCHES.
SA
S
T
1
6.169
(TYP)
A
S
6.157
2' RAISED
CLNG
6.175
6.173
6.165
1
6.150
(TYP)
CLNG
6.163
S
6.169A
V
2' RAISED
A
6.169B
A
6.324A
6.522C
2
3
6.147
6.532
(TYP)
(TYP)
6.146
S
6.326A
6.148
S
S
6.332
6.522B
A
6.144A
6.528
S
V
PNL
PNL
6.522A
6LQ
PNL
2- 1" COND
6LP
6LS
6.145
S
6.326
6.524
S
6.143
V
S
6.324
6.142
6.522
6.520
6.141
A
4
6.320
S
6.322
V
6.1H1
6.514A
6.IM3
6.5H1
6.IM2
6.514
A
6.C
6.140
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
6.152
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
PIPE
T
6.277
6.636
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
CLNG
6.163
6.169A
6.634
6.0J1
PIPE
6.258
6.016
PIPE
S
6.259
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
3/4" Cu
6.316A
6.632
6.148
C
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.257
6.256
6.326A
6.630A
6.257A
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.626
3" WASTE
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
6.255
6.010A
6.254
6.522A
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.008
6.422
6.416A
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.IM2
S
6.616
6.IM1
V
G
6.2MI
6.2M3
A
6.612B
6.320
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.246
6.1T2
6.322
6.246B
6.142
6.520
6.420
6.618
6.143
6.522
6.031
6.007
6.2M2
S
6.139
6.324
6.030
6.622
6.011
6.145
6.524
6.029
6.424
6.620
6.250
6.144A
6.528
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.146
6.522B
6.012
6.630B
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.514A
6.514
6.140A
6.IM3
6.630
V
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
S
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
A
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.314A
PIPE
6.003
6.240C
6.608
A
G
PIPE
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
A
6.135
G
V
6.002A
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
S
6.200A
6.200B
6.100D
A.P.
G
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.131
6.127
S
6.132A
6.200
6.226
6.222
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.A
6.1T1
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
6.100C
S
S
F
SI
6.130
6.130A
6.6
THE SEAL APPEARING ON THIS DRAWING WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
ON A L E N
R
EE
CENSED
N
PR O
86883
ES
6.130B
OF TE
XA
HEATHER CAMDEN
LI
6.128
6.112C
6.N
TE
TA
6.126
6.112D
G
I
Digitally signed
by Heather
Camden
Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
N
6.228
ARCH/LIGHTING DEMO AREA C PLAN
Engineers & Consultants Inc.
6.119
6.100
6.200C
6.224
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
6.111
6.038
A
6.B
E&C
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.2J1
V
6.132C
6.133
6.404A
6.2T1
6.402
6.138
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.2T2
6.230
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
6.134
1' ABOVE
V
S
V
6.100A
1
6.506
CLNG
G
6.404
G
6.232
6.508
6.506A
6.036
6.402A
A
6.600
6.240
2" PVC
6.137
6.504
6.308
6.004
V
6.233
S
PIPE
6.306
6.406
6.240A
6.510
6.1J1
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
S
6.512
3" UNINS.
6.045
6.241A
S
6.240B
6.310
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
S
6.314
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
6.260
A
6.316
6.F
6.E
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.262
6.318
6.D
S
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.516
S
6.3H1
S
4
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: DEMO AREA C
DRAWING: AE 1.63
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
6.246B
S
6.418
6.246
V
G
6.612B
6.616
6.416A
4
A
G
GENERAL NOTES:
6.4H1
A
6.2M2
A
6.6H1
6.2M3
6.2H1
V
A.THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
APPROXIMATE LOCATIONS OF DEVICES ARE SHOWN.
6.416
DRAWINGS NOTES:
V
A.P.
A
G
V
A
6.612
6.246A
1" COND.
6.245
G
DEMOLISH THE GRID.
2
DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES. CIRCUITING TO BE REUSED.
REMOVE SWITCH FOR REPLACEMENT.
6.412
6.602A
A
1
6.414
A
3 DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES IN THE HALLWAY. CIRCUITING
V
TO BE REUSED.
S
4 DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES IN THE CHASES. CIRCUITING
S
TO BE REUSED. REMOVE 3-WAY TIMER SWITCHES.
4
6.240C
6.241A
S
6.608
A
PNL
2
6.240B
G
G
A
6.408
6.410
V
V
PNL
6LA
6LC2
PNL
(TYP)
6LC1
6.602
6.241
A
6.406
6.604
G
A
V
6.240A
6.402A
A
G
V
6.233
1
1
S
V
6.404
(TYP)
6.600
(TYP)
V
6.240
G
V
G
V
V
S
3
S
(TYP)
6.2T2
6.404A
6.2T1
6.402
A
6.2J1
S
V
G
A
S
V
V
SA
SA
A
S
S
3
A
V
S
(TYP)
SA
S
S
S
S
6.2H3
SA
D
S
S
S
6.232
A
S
S
S
V
S
S
S
S
V
1
V
A
6.230
6.228
6.226
(TYP)
6.222
1
2
6.224
(TYP)
6.220
(TYP)
6.219
2
6.218
(TYP)
1
6.216
6.214
6.212
6.210
(TYP)
6.C
6.D
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.F
6.E
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
6.152
6.A
2" INS
PIPE
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
S
6.B
6.018G
6.018
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
CLNG
6.163
6.260
6.169A
6.634
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
PIPE
S
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
3/4" Cu
6.259
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.630
6.257
6.256
6.146
6.326A
6.630A
6.257A
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.626
6.522B
6.012
3" WASTE
6.144A
6.630B
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.528
6.255
6.010A
6.254
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.620
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.622
6.250
6.031
6.011
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.322
S
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.IM2
V
G
6.2MI
6.2M2
6.2M3
A
6.612B
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.IM1
6.246B
6.320
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
6.618
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
S
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
6.240C
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
6.608
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
S
A
G
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
PIPE
6.306
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.308
S
A
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.240A
6.402A
6.135
V
6.002A
G
S
A
6.233
6.404
6.600
6.240
D
G
V
G
V
6.2T2
6.2T1
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.200A
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
A.P.
6.402
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.230
6.228
6.226
6.100
6.132A
6.200C
6.200
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.201
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
S
SI
ON A L E N
EE
CENSED
N
F
ES
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.100C
6.130A
6.112C
6.6
THE SEAL APPEARING ON THIS DRAWING WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
R
86883
LI
6.126
6.112D
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Engineers & Consultants Inc.
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
6.104
6.N
HEATHER CAMDEN
E&C
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.A
TE
TA
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
6.202
6.100A
6.B
1
6.131
6.127
A
G
I
Digitally signed
by Heather
Camden
Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
N
6.232
G
6.132C
6.133
6.2J1
V
ARCH/LIGHTING DEMO AREA D PLAN
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: DEMO AREA D
DRAWING:
AE 1.64
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
GENERAL NOTES:
6.007
A.THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
APPROXIMATE LOCATIONS OF DEVICES ARE SHOWN.
6.322
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.IM1
6.033
A
4
6.0H2
6.0H4
6.2MI
S
A
S
4
1
DRAWINGS NOTES:
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
1
DEMOLISH THE GRID.
2
DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES. CIRCUITING TO BE REUSED.
REMOVE SWITCH FOR REPLACEMENT.
6.318
(TYP)
3 DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES IN THE HALLWAY. CIRCUITING
6.414
TO BE REUSED.
6.005
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
FROM CLNG.
4 DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES IN THE CHASES. CIRCUITING
TO STRUCT.
6" RAISED
6.006
TO BE REUSED. REMOVE 3-WAY TIMER SWITCHES.
GYP. BOARD
6.032
3" WASTE
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
S
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.045
1-1/2" Cu
PIPE
6.410
6.037
6.039
6.001
PNL
6LE
6.034
S
3
6.043
(TYP)
3" PIPE
PNL
6LKA
PNL
6LKB
3
A
(TYP)
6.004
V
6.036
6.402A
A
S
6.0H1
A
3
S
6.002A
(TYP)
V
6.002
V
6.100E
2
V
(TYP)
S
6.100F
V
S
6.200A
A
6.100B
6.000
A.P.
6.306A
S
6.038
S
S
6.402
S
6.100D
6.200B
V
SD
A
S
6.100
S
A
V
S
S
V
1
SA
6.200C
(TYP)
1
S
S
S
SD
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
V
S
S
(TYP)
(TYP)
S
S
3A
S
1
6.200
(TYP)
S
6.206
2
6.204
6.202
(TYP)
6.201
6.200D
6.200E
6.102
2
2
S
(TYP)
6.100A
6.100C
6.104
6.106
6.108
(TYP)
6.C
6.D
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.F
6.E
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
6.152
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
PIPE
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
S
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
CLNG
6.163
6.260
6.169A
6.634
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
PIPE
S
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
3/4" Cu
6.259
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.630
6.257
6.256
6.146
6.326A
6.630A
6.257A
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.626
6.522B
6.012
3" WASTE
6.144A
6.630B
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.528
6.255
6.010A
6.254
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.620
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.622
6.250
6.031
6.011
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.322
S
6.616
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.IM2
6.2MI
V
G
6.416A
6.246
6.A
6.2M2
6.2M3
A
6.612B
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.IM1
6.246B
6.320
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
6.618
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
S
6.N
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.240C
6.045
6.241A
6.608
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
S
A
G
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
PIPE
6.306
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.308
S
A
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.240A
6.402A
6.135
V
6.002A
G
S
A
6.233
6.404
6.600
6.240
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.502
6.304
E
6.100E
6.100F
6.200A
6.2T2
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
G
A
6.132C
6.100D
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.2J1
V
6.200B
6.133
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.100
6.132A
6.200C
6.232
6.200
6.230
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.200E
6.200D
6.100A
6.A
6.B
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
6.6
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E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH:DEMO AREA E
DRAWING: AE 1.65
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
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6.324
6.142
6.522
GENERAL NOTES:
6.520
A.THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
APPROXIMATE LOCATIONS OF DEVICES ARE SHOWN.
6.141
A
6.322
S
V
6.320
6.318
6.514A
6.514
DRAWINGS NOTES:
6.1H1
6.IM3
6.5H1
GYP. BOARD
6.IM2
RAISED
6.516
4
A
S
6.3H1
S
6.140
1
DEMOLISH THE GRID.
2
DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES. CIRCUITING TO BE REUSED.
REMOVE SWITCH FOR REPLACEMENT.
(TYP)
A
6.316
1
6.316A
3 DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES IN THE HALLWAY. CIRCUITING
TO BE REUSED.
S
V
6.139
4 DEMOLISH THE LIGHT FIXTURES IN THE CHASES. CIRCUITING
6.1T2
6.314
6.314A
TO BE REUSED. REMOVE 3-WAY TIMER SWITCHES.
S
6.512
4
5 THIS AREA IS NEWER CEILING. TILES MAY BE SALVAGED FOR REUSE.
6.510
S
6.1J1
S
LIGHT FIXTURES AND DIFFUSERS SHALL BE SALVAGED FOR RELOCATION.
SMOKE ALARM, SPRINKLERS, AND OTHER CEILING MOUNTED DEVICES
SHOWN WILL NEED TO BE RELOCATED TO LAY OUT WITH THE NEW
CEILING PATTERN.
2
6.138
(TYP)
1
S
(TYP)
6 AREAS NOTED NIC ARE NEWLY REMODELED AND WILL NOT BE INCLUDED.
2" PVC
S
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
V
6.136
2" Cu
PIPE
6.306
PNL
PNL
6LN
6LR
6.137
6.504
6.308
6.506A
6.506
S
S
3
(TYP)
6.134
V
1' ABOVE
CLNG
6.135
S
6.134A
A
6.502A
6.502
A
S
6.304
V
V
A
S
6.133
2
6.132B
(TYP)
S
6.306A
6.111
6.119
6.125
PROJECTION
S
SCREEN
6.132
6.131
6.127
V
A
A
3
V
S
5
A
S
S
S
(TYP)
1
S
A
(TYP)
S
6.132A
6.1H3
3
V
SA
(TYP)
V
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
1
AREA NIC
6.112F
6.112E
(TYP)
6.112B
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.128
1
6.112D
6.130B
S
S
6
S
3
S
(TYP)
6.130
2
6.130A
6.C
(TYP)
6.D
6.F
6.E
(TYP)
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.112C
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
6.152
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
PIPE
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
S
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
CLNG
6.163
6.260
6.169A
6.634
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
PIPE
S
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
3/4" Cu
6.259
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.630
6.257
6.256
6.146
6.326A
6.630A
6.257A
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.626
6.522B
6.012
3" WASTE
6.144A
6.630B
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.528
6.255
6.010A
6.254
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.620
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.622
6.250
6.031
6.011
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.322
S
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.IM2
V
G
6.2MI
6.2M2
6.2M3
A
6.612B
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.IM1
6.246B
6.320
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
6.618
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
S
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
PIPE
6.6
6.003
6.240C
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
6.608
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
S
6.N
A
G
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
PIPE
6.306
6.308
6.004
6.506A
CLNG
6.135
6.002A
V
S
G
6.404
6.600
6.240
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.200A
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
G
6.100
6.200C
6.200
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.100A
6.A
6.B
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
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6.128
6.132A
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
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6.132B
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6.230
6.132C
6.133
SCREEN
A
6.232
F
6.119
6.038
6.2J1
V
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.2T2
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
6.134
1' ABOVE
6.402A
A
6.233
E&C
6.506
6.036
V
6.240A
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
6.137
6.504
6.406
S
A
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
1
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: DEMO AREA F
DRAWING: AE 1.66
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
GENERAL NOTES:
6.C
A.THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION. NOTE NEW
LIGHTS ARE 3" DEEP. SOME SPRINKLER PIPE ROUTED TIGHT TO THE CEILING MAY NEED
TO BE RELOCATED.
DRAWINGS NOTES:
6.284A 6.284
6.282
V
6.264A
A
6.264
2
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.282A
6.284B
2
6.280
6.278
6.274
1
REPLACE GRID W/ NEW 2X2 AS SPECIFIED
AND SHOWN.
2
REPLACE LIGHT FIXTURES IN OFFICES WITH NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE
MODEL ZR24-40L-40K-CMA WITH CMC-1 SMARTCAST INTEGRAL MOTION AND AMBIENT SENSORS
AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION. LAMP TYPE 4000 LM 4000K K 90 CRI LED <10% THD
DIMMING LED DRIVER 120/277V,44W LAY -IN MOUNT. RECONNECT TO CIRCUIT SERVING
THE AREA AND REPLACE EXISTING SWITCHES WITH CRE NO. CFP-IWN WALL SWITCH WITH
WIRELESS DIMMING CAPABILITY TO CONTROL ROOM LIGHTING.
V
V
1
(TYP)
(TYP)
(TYP)
1
(TYP)
6
6
V
V
C
SA
10
A
S
A
S
8
A
S
10
3
A
(TYP)
1
SA
S
1
A
6.2H2
(TYP)
S
3 IN CORRIDOR REPLACE LIGHT FIXTURES WITH NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE
(TYP)
(TYP)
SA
A
A
V
S
6.277
6.636
6.262
10
S
4
6.261
6.2J2
6.434
MODEL ZR24-40L-40K-CMA WITH CMC-1 SMARTCAST INTEGRAL MOTION AND AMBIENT SENSORS
AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION. LAMP TYPE 4000 LM 4000K K 90 CRI LED< 10% THD
DIMMING LED DRIVER 120/277V,44W LAY -IN MOUNT. RECONNECT TO CIRCUIT SERVING
THE AREA AND REPLACE EXISTING SWITCHES WITH CRE NO. CFP-IWN WALL SWITCH WITH
WIRELESS DIMMING CAPABILITY TO CONTROL ROOM LIGHTING.
S
4 IN LOCATIONS WITH HARD CEILING INSETS REPLACE FIXTURES WITH
S
S
NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE MODEL
S-WR ESSENTIA LED WRAP-40L-40K. INSERTS SHALL BE SWITCHED WITH
THE HALLWAY IN WHICH IT IS LOCATED. NOTE THESE LIGHTS ARE 3" DEEP.
6.260
V
3
6.634
(TYP)
V
3
6.258
5 IN THE CHASES REPLACE THE CURRENT STRIP HUNG FIXTURES WITH NEW
S
3
6.259
(TYP)
(TYP)
6.632
LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE MODEL LS4-40L-40K. REPLACE 3-WAY
TIMER SWITCH WITH NEW 3-WAY TOGGLE SWITCH.
6.432
A
6 REPLACE/RELOCATE DOWNLIGHT WITH NEW PORTFOLIO
6.630
6.630A
LD6A20-DE010TE-ERMA20-80-40 WITH 3000 LM 4000 K 90 CRI LED <10% THD
LED DRIVER 120/277V, 44W RECESSED MOUNTING. RECONNECT TO EXISTING
HALLWAY SWITCH.
A
A
6.257
S
6.256
6.257A
PNL
7 NO NEW LIGHT FIXUTRES SHALL REPLACE WITHIN HTE CURRENT LIGHTING
6LD2
12
6.626
6.432A
PNL
6LD1
TROFFER. REPLACE EXISINTG EGGCRATE COVER ONCE FIXUTES ARE REMOVED.
1
(TYP)
8 ADD AND RELOCATE FIRE ALARM DEVICES AS REQUIRE TO PROVIDE
6.630B
PROPER COVERAGE. PROVIDE SYSTEM PER THE SPECIFICATION.
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
PNL
6.254
12
6.255
6LB
6.428
COND.
5 1-1/2"
(TYP. 2)
10 RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEAD IF NECISSARY TO MATCH RCP.
5
6.426
1
1
(TYP)
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
11 TWO-PERSON OFFICE. ADD A NEW STROBE.
1
(TYP)
(TYP)
12 PROVIDE TWO NEW CIRCUITS FOR CONTROLS POWER FROM THE CHASE.
6.630D
6.424
6.620
6.422
S
S
6.622
6.250
V
2
(TYP)
FREE CIRCUITS AT THE TIME OF WALK-THRU ARE:
6LB - 25, 27 & 29 ARE BLANK.
6LD1 - 21, 23,25,26,28 & 30 ARE BLANK. PROVIDE NEW 20A-1P BREAKER.
24/26 2 POLE OFF.
6LD2 - 14/16, 18/20, 23/25, 26/28, 27/29 2 POLE SWITCHED OFF.
35 20A-1P OFF, 7, 9, 11, 15, 17, 23, 24, 32, 36, 38, 40, 41 & 42
ARE BLANK.
CONTRACTOR MAY PROVIDE CIRCUIT THAT IS MOST CONVIENIENT TO
THE LOCATION. NOTE CIRCUITS USED ON AS-BUILTS.
6.420
6.618
7
9 RELOCATE CEILING DEVICE AS NEEDED.
V
S
6.418
6.284A 6.284
(TYP)
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
CLNG
6.163
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
PIPE
S
6.416
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
A
6.630
6.257
6.257A
1-1/2" COND.
(TYP. 2)
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
3" WASTE
6.144A
6.426
B
C
6.528
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.013
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.246
A
V
G
6.612B
A
G
V
G
V
6.616
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.618
6.246B
6.031
6.011
6.322
6.416A
6.320
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.2MI
(TYP)
6.428
6.630D
S
6.414
COND
6.015
6.622
6.2M3
A
6.029A
4 - 3"
6.620
6.250
A
6.522B
6.012
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.2M2
A.P.
V
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.010A
6.255
6.146
6.326A
6.630A
6.626
6.254
6.033
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
S
6.612
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
1" COND.
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
6.510
6.1J1
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
6.240C
6.608
PIPE
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
S
6.412
3" UNINS.
6.045
6.241A
A
G
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
G
A
PIPE
6.306
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.308
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.402A
6.135
V
6.002A
G
S
A
6.233
6.404
6.600
6.240
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.200A
6.200B
6.100D
A.P.
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
G
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.2J1
V
6.132C
6.133
6.404A
6.2T1
6.402
9
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.2T2
9
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
6.240A
V
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
S
6.602A
G
6.314
TO STRUCT.
V
3" WASTE
6.245
A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
A
6.246A
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
6.169A
6.259
6.256
8
6.168
T
V
G
6.170
PIPE
6.630B
A
6.172
6.178
6.260
6.416A
G
6.180
6.152
2" INS
3/4" Cu
A
6.182
6.018G
6.018
6.634
6.246
6.184
6.018A
6.IM3
6.616
6.F
6.E
6.IM2
(TYP)
6.D
6.028A
6.612B
8
6.C
8
6.IM1
V
6.4H1
G
6.2M2
A
6.6H1
6.2M3
6.2H1
V
A
S
6.246B
A
6.100
6.132A
6.200C
6.232
6.200
6.230
S
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
S
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.100A
6.A
6.B
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
6.6
6.N
6.240C
6.608
G
TE
TA
6.410
V
OF TE
XA
S
A
6.408
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Date:
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11:00:55-06'00'
N
6.241A
S
S
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: RENO AREA A
DRAWING:
AE 2.61
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
GENERAL NOTES:
6.D
A.THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION. NOTE NEW
LIGHTS ARE 3" DEEP. SOME SPRINKLER PIPE ROUTED TIGHT TO THE CEILING MAY NEED
TO BE RELOCATED.
6.E
DRAWINGS NOTES:
REPLACE GRID W/ NEW 2X2 AS SPECIFIED
AND SHOWN.
1
6.292
6.290
6.291
6.018B
6.293
S
2
6.174
6.018C
(TYP)
6.018D
6.018E
6.018A
2
6.018F
6.184
(TYP)
6.182
1
6.180
REPLACE LIGHT FIXTURES IN OFFICES WITH NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE
MODEL ZR24-40L-40K-CMA WITH CMC-1 SMARTCAST INTEGRAL MOTION AND AMBIENT SENSORS
AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION. LAMP TYPE 4000 LM 4000K K 90 CRI LED <10% THD
DIMMING LED DRIVER 120/277V,44W LAY -IN MOUNT. RECONNECT TO CIRCUIT SERVING
THE AREA AND REPLACE EXISTING SWITCHES WITH CRE NO. CFP-IWN WALL SWITCH WITH
WIRELESS DIMMING CAPABILITY TO CONTROL ROOM LIGHTING.
2
6.178
(TYP)
V
6
S
6
V
SA
10
1
S
(TYP)
A
V
S
8
6.018G
6.018
(TYP)
2" INS
10
3 IN CORRIDOR NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE MODEL ZR24-40L-40K-CMA
1
S
A
10
9
V
8
V
S
3
(TYP)
A
(TYP)
WITH CMC-1 SMARTCAST INTEGRAL MOTION AND AMBIENT SENSORS AND WIRELESS
COMMUNICATION. LAMP TYPE 4000 LM 4000K K 90 CRI LED< 10% THD DIMMING LED
DRIVER 120/277V,44W LAY -IN MOUNT. RECONNECT TO CIRCUIT SERVING THE AREA
AND REPLACE EXISTING SWITCHES WITH CRE NO. CFP-IWN WALL SWITCH WITH
WIRELESS DIMMING CAPABILITY TO CONTROL ROOM LIGHTING.
(TYP)
PIPE
S
S
S
A
9
6.434
6.014
A
S
6.0H3
C
4" INS
PIPE
4 IN LOCATIONS WITH HARD CEILING INSETS REPLACE FIXTURES WITH
S
8
6.175
(TYP)
AUX
NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE MODEL
S-WR ESSENTIA LED WRAP-40L-40K. INSERTS SHALL BE SWITCHED WITH
THE HALLWAY IN WHICH IT IS LOCATED. NOTE 3" DEEP FIXTURE.
6.173
DRAIN
A
D
2-1/2" INS
4
1
3/4" Cu
LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE MODEL LS4-40L-40K. REPLACE 3-WAY
TIMER SWITCH WITH NEW 3-WAY TOGGLE SWITCH.
(TYP)
6.016
PIPE
5 IN THE CHASES REPLACE THE CURRENT STRIP HUNG FIXTURES WITH NEW
A
S
6.0J1
PIPE
2
(TYP)
4" INS
3
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
(TYP)
6.020
6.0T1
6 REPLACE/RELOCATE DOWNLIGHT WITH NEW PORTFOLIO
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
LD6A20-DE010TE-ERMA20-80-40 WITH 3000 LM 4000 K 90 CRI LED <10% THD
LED DRIVER 120/277V, 44W RECESSED MOUNTING. RECONNECT TO EXISTING
HALLWAY SWITCH.
V
V
6.326A
S
7 NO NEW LIGHT FIXUTRES SHALL REPLACE WITHIN HTE CURRENT LIGHTING
1
(TYP)
TROFFER. REPLACE EXISINTG EGGCRATE COVER ONCE FIXUTES ARE REMOVED.
PNL
6.026
6LF2
PNL
6.012
6LF1
4 - 3"
6.010A
COND
6.426
PROPER COVERAGE. PROVIDE SYSTEM PER THE SPECIFICATION.
(TYP)
3" WASTE
B
8 ADD AND RELOCATE FIRE ALARM DEVICES AS REQUIRE TO PROVIDE
1
6.029A
S
9 RELOCATE CEILING DEVICE AS NEEDED.
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
12
10 RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEAD IF NECISSARY TO MATCH RCP.
PNL
11 TWO-PERSON OFFICE. ADD A NEW STROBE.
6LM2
PNL
12
6LM1
12 PROVIDE TWO NEW CIRCUITS FOR CONTROLS POWER FROM THE CHASE.
6.326
6.013
6.008
6.422
FREE CIRCUITS AT THE TIME OF WALK-THRU ARE:
6LF1 - 1, 3, 5, 7, 14, 16, 18, 26 & 36 ARE BLANK.
6LF2 - 24 IS BLANK.
6LM1 - NO AVAILABLE CIRCUITS.
6LM2 - 26/28/30 3 POLE REPLACE WITH 20A-1P BREAKERS.
CONTRACTOR MAY PROVIDE CIRCUIT THAT IS MOST CONVIENIENT TO
THE LOCATION. NOTE CIRCUITS USED ON AS-BUILTS.
6.029
3
6.030
(TYP)
8
(TYP)
6.031
6.011
6.007
7
6.322
6.041
5
6.IM1
S
7
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.F
6.E
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
6.152
GYP. BOARD
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
RAISED
PIPE
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
CLNG
6.163
6.169A
6.634
6.259
6.258
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
PIPE
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
PIPE
B
6.020
6.630
6.257
6.256
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
3/4" Cu
6.318
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
6.260
S
6.0H2
6.0H4
6.2MI
A
6.D
S
6.033
A
6.C
6.630A
6.257A
6.432A
6.626
6.012
6.0T1
METAL SUPPORTS
CLNG TO STRUC
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.146
6.326A
6.332
6.026
6.522B
3" WASTE
6.630B
COND
6.255
6.010A
6.254
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
B
C
6.015A
6.010
6.013
6.028
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.524
6.029
6.424
6.008
6.422
6.528
6.015
6.630D
6.620
6.622
6.250
6.144A
6.029A
4 - 3"
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.011
6.143
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.031
6.520
6.007
6.007A
V
G
S
6.612B
6.2MI
A
6.2M2
6.2M3
6.418
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
V
G
V
6.140A
6.320
6.041
6.033
6.IM2
6.246B
6.322
6.IM1
6.420
6.618
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
6.007A
S
6.028A
5
6.418
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
6.414
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
S
8
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
6.240C
G
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
6.043
V
6.001
6.043A
6.602
6.241
G
A
6.308
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
CLNG
6.402A
A
G
6.135
V
6.404
6.240
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
GYP. BOARD
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.200A
6.2T2
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
V
G
6.132C
6.133
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.2J1
6.032
A
6.100
6.132A
6.200C
6.232
3" WASTE
6.200
6.230
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.100A
6.035
2" UNINS.
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.600
6.006
PIPE
6.306
V
6.233
6" RAISED
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
6.240A
TO STRUCT.
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
A
6.002A
FROM CLNG.
6.608
A
G
S
STACKED PIPE
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
6.240B
S
6.005
S
(TYP)
3" UNINS.
6.A
6.B
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
6.6
6.N
PIPE
6.003
3" UNINS.
PIPE
OF TE
XA
S
S
TE
TA
ARCH/LIGHTING RENO AREA B PLAN
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Digitally signed
by Heather
Camden
Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
N
S
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: RENO AREA B
DRAWING:
AE 2.62
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
GENERAL NOTES:
6.F
6.E
A.THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION. NOTE NEW
LIGHTS ARE 3" DEEP. SOME SPRINKLER PIPE ROUTED TIGHT TO THE CEILING MAY NEED
TO BE RELOCATED.
DRAWINGS NOTES:
6.174
2
6.172
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164A
6.164
6.160
2
(TYP)
6
6.158
(TYP)
6.156
1
REPLACE GRID W/ NEW 2X2 AS SPECIFIED
AND SHOWN.
2
REPLACE LIGHT FIXTURES IN OFFICES WITH NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE
MODEL ZR24-40L-40K-CMA WITH CMC-1 SMARTCAST INTEGRAL MOTION AND AMBIENT
SENSORS AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION. LAMP TYPE 4000 LM 4000K K 90 CRI LED <10%
THD DIMMING LED DRIVER 120/277V,44W LAY -IN MOUNT. RECONNECT TO CIRCUIT SERVING
THE AREA AND REPLACE EXISTING SWITCHES WITH CRE NO. CFP-IWN WALL SWITCH WITH
WIRELESS DIMMING CAPABILITY TO CONTROL ROOM LIGHTING.
6.154
6
1
S
(TYP)
6.152
1
V
SA
SA
(TYP)
10
9
10
SA
S
S
S
SA
3
V
D
S
6.1H2
S
A
8
(TYP)
(TYP)
3 IN CORRIDOR REPLACE LIGHT FIXTURES WITH NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE
A
MODEL ZR24-40L-40K-CMA WITH CMC-1 SMARTCAST INTEGRAL MOTION AND AMBIENT
SENSORS AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION. LAMP TYPE 4000 LM 4000K K 90 CRI LED <10%
THD DIMMING LED DRIVER 120/277V,44W LAY -IN MOUNT. RECONNECT TO CIRCUIT SERVING
THE AREA AND REPLACE EXISTING SWITCHES WITH CRE NO. CFP-IWN WALL SWITCH WITH
WIRELESS DIMMING CAPABILITY TO CONTROL ROOM LIGHTING.
SA
S
S
T
S
6.169
A
S
6.157
2' RAISED
CLNG
6.175
6.173
6.165
9
4 IN LOCATIONS WITH HARD CEILING INSETS REPLACE FIXTURES WITH
CLNG
6.163
S
6.169A
6.150
V
2' RAISED
NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE MODEL
S-WR ESSENTIA LED WRAP-40L-40K. INSERTS SHALL BE SWITCHED WITH
THE HALLWAY IN WHICH IT IS LOCATED. NOTE 3" DEEP FIXTURE.
A
6.169B
3
A
(TYP)
6.148
S
S
5
3
6.324A
6.522C
(TYP)
3
6 REPLACE/RELOCATE DOWNLIGHT WITH NEW PORTFOLIO
6.147
6.532
(TYP)
6.332
LD6A20-DE010TE-ERMA20-80-40 WITH 3000 LM 4000 K 90 CRI LED <10% THD
LED DRIVER 120/277V, 44W RECESSED MOUNTING. RECONNECT TO EXISTING
HALLWAY SWITCH.
6.146
S
6.326A
IN THE CHASES REPLACE THE CURRENT STRIP HUNG FIXTURES WITH NEW
LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE MODEL LS4-40L-40K. REPLACE 3-WAY
TIMER SWITCH WITH NEW 3-WAY TOGGLE SWITCH.
9
7 NO NEW LIGHT FIXUTRES SHALL REPLACE WITHIN HTE CURRENT LIGHTING
6.522B
A
8
1
TROFFER. REPLACE EXISINTG EGGCRATE COVER ONCE FIXUTES ARE REMOVED.
(TYP)
(TYP)
6.144A
8 ADD AND RELOCATE FIRE ALARM DEVICES AS REQUIRE TO PROVIDE
PROPER COVERAGE. PROVIDE SYSTEM PER THE SPECIFICATION.
6.528
9
S
1
V
RELOCATE CEILING DEVICE AS NEEDED.
(TYP)
PNL
6LQ
PNL
2- 1" COND
6LP
12
PNL
6.522A
6LS
8
12
10
(TYP)
6.145
11 TWO-PERSON OFFICE. ADD A NEW STROBE.
S
10
6.326
12
6.524
S
6.143
1
6.324
V
S
(TYP)
6.142
6.522
6.520
5
A
S
6.322
PROVIDE TWO NEW CIRCUITS FOR CONTROLS POWER FROM THE CHASE.
FREE CIRCUITS AT THE TIME OF WALK-THRU ARE:
6LP - 16, 17, 18, 32, 33, 34 & 36 20A-1P OFF,26/28/30 3 POLE OFF CAN
BE REPLACED WITH 3 20A-1P BREAKERS, 20, 22, 24, 35, 37, 38, 39,
40, 41 & 42 ARE SPACES.
6LQ - ISOLATED PANEL. DO NOT USE.
6LS - 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 & 30 ARE SPACES.
CONTRACTOR MAY PROVIDE CIRCUIT THAT IS MOST CONVIENIENT TO
THE LOCATION. NOTE CIRCUITS USED ON AS-BUILTS.
6.141
1
V
(TYP)
RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEAD IF NECISSARY TO MATCH RCP.
6.320
2
5
7
6.1H1
6.514A
6.IM3
6.5H1
6.IM2
6.514
A
6.C
6.140
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.152
6.018G
6.018
PIPE
T
6.277
6.636
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
CLNG
6.163
6.169A
6.634
6.259
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
PIPE
S
6.316A
6.632
6.148
C
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.257
6.256
6.326A
6.630A
6.257A
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.626
3" WASTE
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
6.255
6.010A
6.254
6.522A
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.008
6.422
6.416A
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.IM2
S
6.616
6.IM1
V
G
6.2MI
A
6.612B
6.320
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.246
6.1T2
6.322
6.246B
6.143
6.142
6.520
6.420
6.618
6.2M3
6.139
6.522
6.031
6.007
6.2M2
S
V
6.324
6.030
6.622
6.011
6.145
6.524
6.029
6.424
6.620
6.250
6.144A
6.528
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.146
6.522B
6.012
6.630B
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.514A
6.514
6.140A
6.IM3
6.630
(TYP)
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
S
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
A
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.314A
PIPE
6.003
6.240C
6.608
A
G
PIPE
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
A
6.135
G
V
6.002A
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
S
6.200A
6.200B
6.100D
A.P.
G
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.131
6.127
S
6.132A
6.200
6.226
6.222
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.A
6.1T1
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
6.100C
S
S
F
SI
6.130
6.130A
6.6
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6.128
6.112C
6.N
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6.126
6.112D
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Date:
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11:00:55-06'00'
N
6.228
ARCH/LIGHTING RENO AREA C PLAN
Engineers & Consultants Inc.
6.119
6.100
6.200C
6.224
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
6.111
6.038
A
6.B
E&C
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.2J1
V
6.132C
6.133
6.404A
6.2T1
6.402
6.138
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.2T2
6.230
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
6.134
1' ABOVE
V
S
V
6.100A
1
6.506
CLNG
G
6.404
G
6.232
6.508
6.506A
6.036
6.402A
A
6.600
6.240
2" PVC
6.137
6.504
6.308
6.004
V
6.233
S
PIPE
6.306
6.406
6.240A
6.510
6.1J1
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
S
6.512
3" UNINS.
6.045
6.241A
S
6.240B
6.310
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
S
6.314
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
6.260
3/4" Cu
8
6.172
6.178
6.018A
2" INS
A
6.316
6.F
6.E
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.262
6.318
6.D
S
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.516
(TYP)
S
6.3H1
S
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: RENO AREA C
DRAWING: AE 2.63
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
GENERAL NOTES:
6.246B
S
6.612B
6.4H1
V
G
6.2M2
7
A
6.6H1
6.2M3
6.2H1
A
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
A.THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION. NOTE NEW
LIGHTS ARE 3" DEEP. SOME SPRINKLER PIPE ROUTED TIGHT TO THE CEILING MAY NEED
TO BE RELOCATED.
6.418
V
1
(TYP)
DRAWINGS NOTES:
6.416
V
1
REPLACE GRID W/ NEW 2X2 AS SPECIFIED
AND SHOWN.
2
REPLACE LIGHT FIXTURES IN OFFICES WITH NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE
MODEL ZR24-40L-40K-CMA WITH CMC-1 SMARTCAST INTEGRAL MOTION AND AMBIENT SENSORS
AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION. LAMP TYPE 4000 LM 4000K K 90 CRI LED <10% THD
DIMMING LED DRIVER 120/277V,44W LAY -IN MOUNT. RECONNECT TO CIRCUIT SERVING
THE AREA AND REPLACE EXISTING SWITCHES WITH CRE NO. CFP-IWN WALL SWITCH WITH
WIRELESS DIMMING CAPABILITY TO CONTROL ROOM LIGHTING.
A.P.
A
G
V
A
6.612
6.246A
6.245
1" COND.
A
G
6.412
6.602A
1
5
2
6.414
A
3
5
(TYP)
(TYP)
V
9
(TYP)
9
S
S
3 IN CORRIDOR REPLACE LIGHT FIXTURES WITH NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE
1
6.240C
(TYP)
6.241A
S
6.608
A
12
6.240B
PNL
G
G
A
6.408
6.410
V
V
PNL
3
6LA
12
NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE MODEL
S-WR ESSENTIA LED WRAP-40L-40K. INSERTS SHALL BE SWITCHED WITH
THE HALLWAY IN WHICH IT IS LOCATED. NOTE 3" DEEP FIXTURE.
PNL
6LC1
6.602
6.241
4 IN LOCATIONS WITH HARD CEILING INSETS REPLACE FIXTURES WITH
6LC2
(TYP)
A
6.406
6.604
8
8
(TYP)
G
A
5 IN THE CHASES REPLACE THE CURRENT STRIP HUNG FIXTURES WITH NEW
(TYP)
V
6.240A
LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE MODEL LS4-40L-40K. REPLACE 3-WAY
TIMER SWITCH WITH NEW 3-WAY TOGGLE SWITCH.
6.402A
A
G
V
V
(TYP)
6.233
6 REPLACE/RELOCATE DOWNLIGHT WITH NEW PORTFOLIO
8
S
1
MODEL ZR24-40L-40K-CMA WITH CMC-1 SMARTCAST INTEGRAL MOTION AND AMBIENT SENSORS
AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION. LAMP TYPE 4000 LM 4000K K 90 CRI LED <10% THD
DIMMING LED DRIVER 120/277V,44W LAY -IN MOUNT. RECONNECT TO CIRCUIT SERVING
THE AREA AND REPLACE EXISTING SWITCHES WITH CRE NO. CFP-IWN WALL SWITCH WITH
WIRELESS DIMMING CAPABILITY TO CONTROL ROOM LIGHTING.
LD6A20-DE010TE-ERMA20-80-40 WITH 3000 LM 4000 K 90 CRI LED <10% THD
LED DRIVER 120/277V, 44W RECESSED MOUNTING. RECONNECT TO EXISTING
HALLWAY SWITCH.
6.404
(TYP)
6.600
3
V
9
(TYP)
G
6.240
7 NO NEW LIGHT FIXUTRES SHALL REPLACE WITHIN HTE CURRENT LIGHTING
V
V
TROFFER. REPLACE EXISINTG EGGCRATE COVER ONCE FIXUTES ARE REMOVED.
S
10
S
G
V
6.2T2
8 ADD AND RELOCATE FIRE ALARM DEVICES AS REQUIRE TO PROVIDE
6.404A
6.2T1
PROPER COVERAGE. PROVIDE SYSTEM PER THE SPECIFICATION.
6.402
A
9 RELOCATE CEILING DEVICE AS NEEDED.
6.2J1
S
V
S
G
A
S
V
10 RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEAD IF NECISSARY TO MATCH RCP.
S
4
V
SA
SA
11 TWO-PERSON OFFICE. ADD A NEW STROBE.
A
8
S
S
V
A
1
3
(TYP)
(TYP)
SA
S
S
S
D
S
9
S
12 PROVIDE TWO NEW CIRCUITS FOR CONTROLS POWER FROM THE CHASE.
(TYP)
6.2H3
FREE CIRCUITS AT THE TIME OF WALK-THRU ARE:
6LA - 19/21 - 2 POLE OFF, 29 & 30 ARE SPACES.
6LC1 - 4/6 2 POLE OFF,15/17/19 & 16/18/20 3 POLE OFF
2, 8 & 22 20A-1P OFF.
1, 3, 5, 10, 12, 24, 26, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 & 36 SPARE
6LC2 - 21 & 23 20A-1P OFF, 18/20/22 3 POLE OFF.
CONTRACTOR MAY PROVIDE CIRCUIT THAT IS MOST CONVIENIENT TO
THE LOCATION. NOTE CIRCUITS USED ON AS-BUILTS.
S
S
S
V
S
S
S
S
V
6
V
A
6.230
1
A
SA
S
S
6.232
S
(TYP)
6.228
6.226
(TYP)
6
6.222
2
1
(TYP)
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
(TYP)
6.212
2
6.210
11
6.C
6.D
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.F
6.E
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
6.152
6.A
2" INS
PIPE
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
S
6.B
6.018G
6.018
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
CLNG
6.163
6.260
6.169A
6.634
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
PIPE
S
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
3/4" Cu
6.259
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.630
6.257
6.256
6.146
6.326A
6.630A
6.257A
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.626
6.522B
6.012
3" WASTE
6.144A
6.630B
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.528
6.255
6.010A
6.254
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.620
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.622
6.250
6.031
6.011
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.322
S
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.IM2
V
G
6.2MI
6.2M2
6.2M3
A
6.612B
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.IM1
6.246B
6.320
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
6.618
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
S
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
6.240C
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
6.608
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
S
A
G
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
PIPE
6.306
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.308
S
A
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.240A
6.402A
6.135
V
6.002A
G
S
A
6.233
6.404
6.600
6.240
D
G
V
G
V
6.2T2
6.2T1
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.200A
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
A.P.
6.402
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.230
6.228
6.226
6.100
6.132A
6.200C
6.200
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.201
S
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
SI
ON A L E N
EE
CENSED
N
ES
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
6.6
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R
86883
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Engineers & Consultants Inc.
6.106
OF TE
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PR O
E&C
6.104
6.N
HEATHER CAMDEN
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.A
TE
TA
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
6.202
6.100A
6.B
1
6.131
6.127
A
G
I
Digitally signed
by Heather
Camden
Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
N
6.232
G
6.132C
6.133
6.2J1
V
ARCH/LIGHTING RENO AREA D PLAN
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: RENO AREA D
DRAWING:
AE 2.64
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
GENERAL NOTES:
A.THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION. NOTE NEW
LIGHTS ARE 3" DEEP. SOME SPRINKLER PIPE ROUTED TIGHT TO THE CEILING MAY NEED
TO BE RELOCATED.
6.007
6.322
6.041
6.007A
6.418
DRAWINGS NOTES:
6.IM1
6.033
A
7
6.0H2
6.0H4
6.2MI
S
A
7
S
6.414
6.005
(TYP)
STACKED PIPE
REPLACE LIGHT FIXTURES IN OFFICES WITH NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED
BY CREE MODEL ZR24-40L-40K-CMA WITH CMC-1 SMARTCAST INTEGRAL MOTION
AND AMBIENT SENSORS AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION. LAMP TYPE 4000 LM 4000K K 90
CRI LED <10% THD DIMMING LED DRIVER 120/277V,44W LAY -IN MOUNT. RECONNECT
TO CIRCUIT SERVING THE AREA AND REPLACE EXISTING SWITCHES WITH CRE
NO. CFP-IWN WALL SWITCH WITH WIRELESS DIMMING CAPABILITY TO CONTROL ROOM LIGHTING.
3 IN CORRIDOR REPLACE LIGHT FIXTURES WITH NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY
6.043A
FROM CLNG.
2
RAISED
5
8
REPLACE GRID W/ NEW 2X2 AS SPECIFIED
AND SHOWN.
GYP. BOARD
6.318
5
1
1
(TYP)
TO STRUCT.
CREE MODEL ZR24-40L-40K-CMA WITH CMC-1 SMARTCASTINTEGRAL MOTION AND AMBIENT
SENSORS AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION. LAMP TYPE 4000 LM 4000K K 90
3 CRI LED< 10% THD DIMMING LED DRIVER 120/277V,44W LAY -IN MOUNT. RECONNECT
TO CIRCUIT SERVING THE AREA AND REPLACE EXISTING SWITCHES WITH CRE
NO. CFP-IWN WALL SWITCH WITH WIRELESS DIMMING CAPABILITY TO CONTROL ROOM LIGHTING..
6" RAISED
6.006
GYP. BOARD
6.032
3" WASTE
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
S
3" UNINS.
PIPE
4 IN LOCATIONS WITH HARD CEILING INSETS REPLACE FIXTURES WITH
6.045
NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE MODEL
S-WR ESSENTIA LED WRAP-40L-40K. INSERTS SHALL BE SWITCHED WITH
THE HALLWAY IN WHICH IT IS LOCATED. NOTE 3" DEEP FIXTURE.
1
(TYP)
1-1/2" Cu
PIPE
6.410
6.037
6.039
12
6.001
PNL
6LE
6.034
S
6.043
5 IN THE CHASES REPLACE THE CURRENT STRIP HUNG FIXTURES WITH NEW
3" PIPE
LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE MODEL LS4-40L-40K. REPLACE 3-WAY
TIMER SWITCH WITH NEW 3-WAY TOGGLE SWITCH.
PNL
6LKA
PNL
12
6LKB
6 REPLACE/RELOCATE DOWNLIGHT WITH NEW PORTFOLIO
A
6.004
8
V
9
6.002A
A
6.036
(TYP)
6.402A
S
3
A
8
6.0H1
S
(TYP)
(TYP)
3
LD6A20-DE010TE-ERMA20-80-40 WITH 3000 LM 4000 K 90 CRI LED <10% THD
LED DRIVER 120/277V, 44W RECESSED MOUNTING. RECONNECT TO EXISTING
HALLWAY SWITCH.
7 NO NEW LIGHT FIXUTRES SHALL REPLACE WITHIN HTE CURRENT LIGHTING
TROFFER. REPLACE EXISINTG EGGCRATE COVER ONCE FIXUTES ARE REMOVED.
(TYP)
V
6.002
8 ADD AND RELOCATE FIRE ALARM DEVICES AS REQUIRE TO PROVIDE
PROPER COVERAGE. PROVIDE SYSTEM PER THE SPECIFICATION.
V
6.100E
V
9 RELOCATE CEILING DEVICE AS NEEDED.
S
6.100F
V
2
S
6.200A
(TYP)
A
1
6.038
12 PROVIDE TWO NEW CIRCUITS FOR CONTROLS POWER FROM THE CHASE.
3
V
SD
A
11 TWO-PERSON OFFICE. ADD A NEW STROBE.
6.306A
S
S
S
6.402
10
6.100B
(TYP)
6.000
A.P.
10 RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEAD IF NECISSARY TO MATCH RCP.
S
6.100D
6.200B
S
(TYP)
S
S
6.100
(TYP)
8
(TYP)
10
V
A
V
S
(TYP)
6.200C
1
S
S
S
SD
S
S
S
6.204
6
(TYP)
S
2
(TYP)
S
1
6.200
6
S
S
(TYP)
6.206
8
S
V
(TYP)
SA
S
S
3
S
S
S
A
S
1
S
FREE CIRCUITS AT THE TIME OF WALK-THRU ARE:
6LE1 - 27, 28, 29 & 30 ARE BLANK.
6LKA - NO AVAILABLE CIRCUITS.
6LKB - 31-42 BLANK.
CONTRACTOR MAY PROVIDE CIRCUIT THAT IS MOST CONVIENIENT TO
THE LOCATION. NOTE CIRCUITS USED ON AS-BUILTS.
2
6.202
6.201
6.200E
(TYP)
2
6.102(TYP)
6.200D
S
6.100A
6.100C
6.104
6.106
6.108
6.C
10
6.D
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.F
6.E
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
6.152
10
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
PIPE
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
S
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
CLNG
6.163
6.260
6.169A
6.634
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
PIPE
S
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
3/4" Cu
6.259
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.630
6.257
6.256
6.146
6.326A
6.630A
6.257A
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.626
6.522B
6.012
3" WASTE
6.144A
6.630B
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.528
6.255
6.010A
6.254
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.620
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.622
6.250
6.031
6.011
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.322
S
6.616
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.IM2
6.2MI
V
G
6.416A
6.246
6.A
6.2M2
6.2M3
A
6.612B
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.IM1
6.246B
6.320
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
6.618
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
S
6.N
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.240C
6.045
6.241A
6.608
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
S
A
G
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
PIPE
6.306
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.308
S
A
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.240A
6.402A
6.135
V
6.002A
G
S
A
6.233
6.404
6.600
6.240
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.502
6.304
E
6.100E
6.100F
6.200A
6.2T2
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
G
A
6.132C
6.100D
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.2J1
V
6.200B
6.133
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.100
6.132A
6.200C
6.232
6.200
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.200E
6.200D
6.100A
6.A
6.B
TE
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6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
6.6
6.N
THE SEAL APPEARING ON THIS DRAWING WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
HEATHER CAMDEN
LI
6.104
OF TE
XA
S
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
S
1
ARCH/LIGHTING RENO AREA E PLAN
6.102
G
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by Heather
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Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
N
6.230
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH:RENO AREA E
DRAWING: AE 2.65
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
GENERAL NOTES:
6.142
S
6.324
6.522
A.THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION. NOTE NEW
LIGHTS ARE 3" DEEP. SOME SPRINKLER PIPE ROUTED TIGHT TO THE CEILING MAY NEED
TO BE RELOCATED.
6.520
6.141
A
6.322
S
V
6.320
DRAWINGS NOTES:
6.318
6.514A
6.514
6.1H1
6.IM3
6.5H1
6.IM2
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.516
7
1
REPLACE GRID W/ NEW 2X2 AS SPECIFIED
AND SHOWN.
2
REPLACE LIGHT FIXTURES IN OFFICES WITH NEW LED FIXTURES
MANUFACTURED BY CREE MODEL ZR24-40L-40K-CMA WITH CMC-1
SMARTCAST INTEGRAL MOTION AND AMBIENT SENSORS AND WIRELESS
COMMUNICATION. LAMP TYPE 4000 LM 4000K K 90 CRI LED< 10%
THD DIMMING LED DRIVER 120/277V,44W LAY -IN MOUNT. RECONNECT
TO CIRCUIT SERVING THE AREA AND REPLACE EXISTING SWITCHES WITH
CRE NO. CFP-IWN WALL SWITCH WITH WIRELESS DIMMING CAPABILITY
TO CONTROL ROOM LIGHTING.
A
S
6.3H1
S
6.140
A
6.316
8
6.316A
5
2
(TYP)
(TYP)
S
6.139
V
6.1T2
6.314
6.314A
8
6.512
3 IN CORRIDOR NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE
(TYP)
S
1
(TYP)
MODEL ZR24-40L-40K-CMA WITH CMC-1 SMARTCAST INTEGRAL
MOTION AND AMBIENT SENSORS AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION.
LAMP TYPE 4000 LM 4000K K 90 CRI LED <10% THD DIMMING
LED DRIVER 120/277V,44W LAY -IN MOUNT. RECONNECT TO
CIRCUIT SERVING THE AREA AND REPLACE EXISTING SWITCHES
WITH CRE NO. CFP-IWN WALL SWITCH WITH WIRELESS DIMMING
CAPABILITY TO CONTROL ROOM LIGHTING.
6.510
S
5
6.1J1
4
6.138
S
S
1
3
(TYP)
(TYP)
2" PVC
6.1T1
8
4 IN LOCATIONS WITH HARD CEILING INSETS REPLACE FIXTURES WITH
S
6.508
6.310
V
(TYP)
6.136
2" Cu
NEW LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE MODEL
S-WR ESSENTIA LED WRAP-40L-40K. INSERTS SHALL BE SWITCHED WITH
THE HALLWAY IN WHICH IT IS LOCATED. NOTE 3" DEEP FIXTURE.
PIPE
6.306
PNL
6LN
PNL
12
6LR
1
12
(TYP)
6.137
6.504
6.308
5 IN THE CHASES REPLACE THE CURRENT STRIP HUNG FIXTURES WITH NEW
6.506
6.506A
3
(TYP)
6.134
S
3
(TYP)
LED FIXTURES MANUFACTURED BY CREE MODEL LS4-40L-40K. REPLACE 3-WAY
TIMER SWITCH WITH NEW 3-WAY TOGGLE SWITCH.
V
S
1' ABOVE
6 REPLACE/RELOCATE DOWNLIGHT WITH NEW PORTFOLIO
CLNG
LD6A20-DE010TE-ERMA20-80-40 WITH 3000 LM 4000 K 90 CRI LED <10% THD
LED DRIVER 120/277V, 44W RECESSED MOUNTING. RECONNECT TO EXISTING
HALLWAY SWITCH.
10
6.135
S
6.134A
A
6.502A
6.502
A
7 NO NEW LIGHT FIXUTRES SHALL REPLACE WITHIN HTE CURRENT LIGHTING
S
6.304
2
V
V
TROFFER. REPLACE EXISINTG EGGCRATE COVER ONCE FIXUTES ARE REMOVED.
(TYP)
8 ADD AND RELOCATE FIRE ALARM DEVICES AS REQUIRE TO PROVIDE
A
S
6.133
6.132B
PROPER COVERAGE. PROVIDE SYSTEM PER THE SPECIFICATION.
S
9
6.306A
6.111
6.119
6.125
PROJECTION
RELOCATE CEILING DEVICE AS NEEDED.
10 RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEAD IF NECISSARY TO MATCH RCP.
6.132
S
SCREEN
6.127
S
11 TWO-PERSON OFFICE. ADD A NEW STROBE.
6.131
4
S
12 PROVIDE TWO NEW CIRCUITS FOR CONTROLS POWER FROM THE CHASE.
V
A
A
V
S
S
1
3
8
A
S
(TYP)
10
10
9
6.1H3
S
10
10
10
S
A
6.132A
(TYP)
S
(TYP)
9
10
V
SA
V
S
6.112E
S
S
6.112F
S
(TYP)
6
S
1
S
S
S
AREA NIC
S
S
6
S
S
S
S
FREE CIRCUITS AT THE TIME OF WALK-THRU ARE:
6LN - 14 - 20A-1P OFF, 20/22 2 POLE OFF, 23 BLANK
6LR - 28/30/32 - 3 POLE OFF, 40/42 - 2 POLE OFF.
CONTRACTOR MAY PROVIDE CIRCUIT THAT IS MOST CONVIENIENT TO
THE LOCATION. NOTE CIRCUITS USED ON AS-BUILTS.
1
6.112B
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
2
6.130A
(TYP)
6.112D
11
6.112C
6.C
6.D
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.F
6.E
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
6.152
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
PIPE
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
S
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
CLNG
6.163
6.260
6.169A
6.634
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
PIPE
S
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
3/4" Cu
6.259
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.630
6.257
6.256
6.146
6.326A
6.630A
6.257A
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.626
6.522B
6.012
3" WASTE
6.144A
6.630B
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.528
6.255
6.010A
6.254
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.620
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.622
6.250
6.031
6.011
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.322
S
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.IM2
V
G
6.2MI
6.2M2
6.2M3
A
6.612B
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.IM1
6.246B
6.320
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
6.618
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
S
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
PIPE
6.6
6.003
6.240C
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
6.608
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
S
6.N
A
G
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
PIPE
6.306
6.308
6.004
6.506A
CLNG
6.135
6.002A
V
S
G
6.404
6.600
6.240
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.200A
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
G
6.100
6.200C
6.200
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.100A
6.A
6.B
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
6.N
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6.124
6.126
6.128
6.132A
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.6
THE SEAL APPEARING ON THIS DRAWING WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
HEATHER CAMDEN
LI
6.112A
6.132B
6.131
6.127
OF TE
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6.125
PROJECTION
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Date:
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11:00:55-06'00'
N
6.230
6.132C
6.133
SCREEN
A
6.232
F
6.119
6.038
6.2J1
V
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.2T2
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
6.134
1' ABOVE
6.402A
A
6.233
E&C
6.506
6.036
V
6.240A
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
6.137
6.504
6.406
S
A
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
1
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: RENO AREA F
DRAWING: AE 2.66
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
GENERAL NOTES:
6.C
A.
THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
DRAWING NOTES:
3
3
400cfm
320cfm
3
3
3
3
6.282
280cfm
6.264A
6.264
3
6.284A 6.284
3
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.282A
6.280
3
3
6.278
6.274
1
EXISTING DUAL DUCT BOX TO REMAIN. REPLACE CONTROLLER
WITH NEW CONTROLLER TO MATCH NEW BOX. REBALANCE TO
NEW MIN AS NOTED ON SCHEDULE.
2
REMOVE DUAL DUCT BOX ABOVE CEILING AND RELATED TEMPERATURE
SENSOR. CONTROLS, DOWNSTREAM DUCT AND FLEX.
3
REMOVE EXISTING DIFFUSER AND FLEX.
4
REMOVE RETURN AIR GRILLE..
5
FIELD VERIFY SIZE OF TAPS. REUSE IF TAPS IS CORRECT SIZE
FOR RENOVATION.
6
REMOVE ABANDONED PNEUMATIC TEMP. SENSOR AND
ASSOCIATED PIPING. PATCH WALL. CAP WITH COMPRESSION FITTING
AS CLOSE TO THE TRUNK LINE AS POSSIBLE.
6.284B
3
3
3
T
DROP
DROP
RISE
1235cfm
70
12"~
I.D. CURB
12"~
11"0
9"0
12"~
BL
EF-L6
500
6.422
TS
100
GL
4'
F/H
500
EF-L7
240cfm
12"~
12"~
500
30/14
BL
TS
6.612B
A
21/12
G
V
8"~
250
46 x 46
450
750
250 AS
I.D. CURB
6.616
27/14
17"0
750
BL
TS
30"0
36/20
20|14
BL
6.418
1050
GL
GS
150
400
6.416A
12"~
500
6.416
AL 250
GL
TS
6.C
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
12/8 OVAL
23/10
BL
22"0
6.257
6.256
6.257A
6.255
6.414
6.255B
3" WASTE
6.144A
12"~
G
COND
6.428
6.426
6.2M3
6.246B
12"~
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.246
A
V
G
6.612B
A
G
V
G
V
6.616
6.031
6.011
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.618
12"~
B
6.322
6.416A
6.320
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.033
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
6.240C
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
6.608
G
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
G
A
6.1T1
6.508
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
PIPE
3" PIPE
6.306
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.308
6.604
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.240A
6.402A
A
G
6.135
V
S
12"~
25/12
A
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
6.233
6.404
6.600
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.200A
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
G
6.132C
6.133
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.2J1
V
A
6.100
6.132A
GL
14"0
6.232
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
14/10 OVAL
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.100A
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
17"~
TS
B.F./L-21
6.200
6.230
6.A
6.B
6.6
6.N
500
12"~
GL
BL
6.408
GL
TS
V
500 BL
TE
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6.410
OF TE
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HEATHER CAMDEN
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6.528
6.015
6.622
6.2T2
MECHANICAL DEMO AREA A PLAN
E&C
6.029A
4 - 3"
6.620
6.240
AL
OV
1
A
6.630C
6.252
6.522B
6.012
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
12"~
A
6.147
6.146
6.026
6.432A
S
EF-L3
6.522C
6.332
6.200C
600
100
6.0T2
6.324A
6.326A
6.626
A
4' R/I
12"~
250
12"0
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
6.608
CLNG
6.148
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.630A
S
/7
20
CL
17/9
125
DL
6.150
2' RAISED
6.169B
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
12"~
17"0
GL
16"0
12"~
750
6.157
CLNG
6.165
6.163
6.250
21/12
15"0
100
F/H
21/12
750 5'
5' F/H
12"~
EF-L8
6.154
4" INS
6.630B
12"0
12"~
TS
44"0 UP
6.156
6.532
BL
TS
6.158
6.016
6.020
14/10 OVAL
650
6.160
6.0J1
PIPE
6.432
6.630
6.412
48 x 48
42"0 DN.
17"~
6.241A
260cfm
4
BL
6.164A
2-1/2" INS
PIPE
6.632
6.255A
BL 500
6.164
6.173
6.169A
500
500
6.166
CLNG TO STRUC
1" COND.
6.602A
6.168
2' RAISED
6.175
PIPE
3/4" Cu
6.258
40"0 UP & DN.
I.D. CURB
750
OV
AL
15
|9
12"0
12"~
TS
6.170
6.014
4" INS
3
V
D
740
6.240C
3
T
20/9
10
"~
O
2
G
14"0
GL
A
19"0
17/9 12"~
23/10
12"~
12"~
150
TS
6.172
6.178
6.169
6.434
S
5
275cfm
6.245
6.180
6.018G
6.018
6.634
6.259
S
3
6.612
900
6.182
6.2J2
6.261
S
750
240cfm
6.246A
3
BL
6.277
6.636
6.262
12/8 OVAL
3
6.184
6.260
BL 500
TS
GL
23/10
BL 500
850
23/14
350
21/12
28|14
16"0
GL
17"0
13"0
GL
6.018F
6.018E
T
S
10"~
6.018D
PIPE
TS
4' BSC
6.172A
6.018C
2" INS
A.P.
5" STM.
V
6.018B
6.293
6.291
27/14
(TYP. 2)
G
6.290
6.152
23/14
1-1/2" COND.
A
6.292
6.284B
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.018A
6.254
32"0
6.F
6.E
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
TS
BL
6.D
12"~
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
SI
CENSED
ON A L E N
R
21"0
12"~
V
38"0 DN.
10"~
100
10
"~
42"0
G
GL
6.6H1
6.2M3
5' F/H
27/14
40"0 UP
6.IM3
8"~
250
8"~
23/10
500 BL
BL
G
I
Digitally signed
by Heather
Camden
Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
N
CANOPY OVER 350
AUTO CLAVE AUTO CLAVE
6.IM2
350 CANOPY OVER
A
12/8 OVAL
6.420
TS
6.028A
600
12"~
750
23/10
600
0
"
2
1
6.2H1
TS
12/8 OVAL
12"~
27/14
42"0
40"0
3
6.246
6.424
46 x 46
20" CHR
6" COND.
EF-B1
12/8 OVAL
12"~
GL
525
500
TS
100
8"~
20"0
24"0
BL 750
23/14
GL
500
12" STM.
3
12"~
15"0
500
6.622
16"0
3
T
GL
EE
CHS
BL
600
6.618
BL
20"
EF-G1
TS
N
525
23/10
26"0
6.246B
300
350
S
16"0
2
6.426
GL
6.4H1
GL
15"0
GL
27/14
34"0
30"0
4' BSC
OV
AL
4' B/C
350
O
17"0
BL
12"~
4' F/H
12
/8
GL
14"0
BL
12"0
13"0
T
12"0
12"~
12"~
8"~
16"0
12"~
12"~
17/9
16"0
3
6.250 1
N
250
TS
900
38"0 DN.
AS
TS
6.620
14/8 OVAL
6.002A
6.255B
250
23/10
TS
BL
750
14/8 OVAL
4' BSC
40"0 UP
6.630D
6.2M2
6.255A
275cfm
12"0
AL
500
6.428500
6' BSC
TS
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
600
AL
6.630C
250
275cfm
250
AL
OV
260cfm
3
GL
16/8 OVAL
AL
100
BL
12"~
|8
17
AL
EF-L2
21/12
3
12"~
12"~
20
/7
100 GL
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
28|14
10"~
6.252
GL 100
GL
250
4' BSC
350
TS
GS
15"0
500
20/9
2
BL
(TYP. 2)
13"0
OV
AL
12"0
990
F
1-1/2" COND.
16"0
BL
250
GL
42"0 DN.
500
350
15"0
44"0 UP
O
6.432A
500
T
12"~
700 GL
6.255
BL
TS
6' BSC
12"0
TS
350
6.630B
5' F/H
12"~
750
T
14"~
500 BL
3' F/H
EF-L5
GL
12"0
17/9
T
17"~
BL 500
12"~
44"0 UP
TS
6.626
200
GL
500
42"0 DN.
12"0
GL
150
13"0
BL
16"0
11"0
9"0
6.630A
14"~
OV
AL
500
GL
4
3
6.254
EF-L1
AL
14"0
6.257A
AL
250
20
/7
11"0
4
250
12"0
TS
210cfm
TS
12"~
6.256
12"~
46 X 46 I.D. CURB
6.257
12"~
2
40/12
TS
GL
6.630
5' F/H
12"~
350
250
750
3
6.432
40/12
14"0
5' F/H
17"0
17"0
12"~ BL 500
500
15"0
AL
TS
~
12"~
12"~
6"0
750
12"0
4' BSC
40 x 36
BL
23/10
46"0 UP
44"0 DN.
12"~
11"0
4' BSC
4' F/H
700
GL
F
600
14"~
32"0
TS
12"~
750 BL
10"~
S
B.F./L-??
12"~
9"0
550
O
12"~
500
3
40 x 40
275cfm
12"~
15"0
275cfm
6.632
BL
500
40 x 16
500
10"~
6.259
AL
10"0
TS
15"0
400cfm
3
F
3
750
40 x 38
550
S
6.634
12"~
5
3
6.258
TS
AL
500
38"0
12"~
3
GL
F
10"~
750
2
10"~
O
GL
BL
6.434
12"~
BL
150
GL
600
12"~
12"~
O
44 x 42
S
12"0
12"~
T
260cfm
10"~
TS
5
6.260
TS
2
EXHAUST HOSE
300
GL
GL
13"0
16"0
6.2J2
FUNNEL TYPE
14"~
2
34"0
17"0
5
1235 CFM EA.
GS
70
S
400
14"0
F
O
F
F
550
6.261
6.277
550
6.636
F
S
BL
20/9
20/9
4' BSC
750
600
6.262
26/10
GL
240cfm
F
2
4' BSC
3
2
12"~
5
F
2
25/12
F
V
225
O
6.2H2
24/20
O
5
F
3
10
"
O
O
24/20
O 2
O
50/14
1000
O
36/22
O
3
3
2
6.IM1
O
6.010A
2
3
2
6.2MI
RISE
DROP
250cfm
3
3
T
6
6.2M2
275cfm
275cfm
24/24
1235cfm
4
12"~
RISE
2
T
V
V
4
4
12"~
T
4
V
12/14
2
1440cfm
640cfm
300cfm
T
2
1
S
F
4
4
O
3680cfm
T
N
T
T
F
3
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: DEMO AREA A
DRAWING:
M 1.61
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
6.D
GENERAL NOTES:
6.E
A.
4
4
4
DRAWING NOTES:
4
6.292
3
3
6.290
3
3
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
4
4
T
1
6
4
4
4
4
4
4
T
T
RISE
2
2
B
25/12
F
3
5
T
T
3
6.016
TS
6.012
17/9
GL 100
600
500
TS
BL
3
12"~
6.010
500
500
6.029
OV
AL
20
/7
20" CHR
6
"
~
1
10"~
10/10
33/14
6.018D
6.277
6.636
6.262
GYP. BOARD
8"~
525
6.257
6.256
PIPE
6.630A
6.257A
6.432A
6.626
6.012
METAL CROSS
6.254
6.255
6.010A
THRU CLNG 1'
6.428
6.426
6.630C
6.255A
6.255B
B
B
C
6.015A
6.010
6.013
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.008
6.011
6.146
6.332
6.026
6.522B
6.144A
6.029A
6.528
6.028
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.524
6.143
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.031
6.520
6.007
6.420
6.618
6.007A
6.418
A
V
G
6.612B
6.2MI
450
450
6.246B
6.2M2
GS
6.147
6.532
6.326A
6.029
6.424
6.622
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
V
G
V
6.140A
6.322
6.320
6.041
6.033
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
6.139
6.005
900
A
G
GL 200
6.003
6.240C
6.608
A
G
BL 500
A
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
6.043
6.001
A
DUCT TAPE
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.306
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.308
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.240A
6.402A
A
G
6.135
V
6.404
6.240
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.200A
TS
6.2T2
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
G
6.132C
6.133
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.2J1
V
A
6.100
23/10
GS
17|8 OVAL
17|8 OVAL
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
S
12"~
6.138
PIPE
6.408
V
6.039
G
BS
GYP. BOARD
CAPPED W/
6.1J1
3" UNINS.
6.045
6.241A
6.240B
6.032
6.035
6.510
6.035
PIPE
6.600
12"~
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
2" UNINS.
6.233
12"~
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
3" WASTE
6.602
3
6.1T2
6.314
TO STRUCT.
V
6.241
BS
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.002A
500
6.612
6.246A
1050
EF-L16
3" WASTE
32"0 UP
26"0 DN.
20"0
12"~
6.132A
6.200C
6.232
3" FLEX HOSE
50
6.200
6.230
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.100A
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
12"~
6.A
6.B
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
TO BELOW CEILING
6.6
6.N
20"~
PIPE
OF TE
XA
S
TE
TA
THE SEAL APPEARING ON THIS DRAWING WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
HEATHER CAMDEN
F
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
SI
ON A L E N
EE
ES
CENSED
R
86883
LI
N
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
Engineers & Consultants Inc.
6.0T1
CLNG TO STRUC
6.015
6.630D
6.620
6.422
6" RAISED
500
CLNG
METAL SUPPORTS
3" WASTE
6.630B
6.250
GS
6.150
2' RAISED
6.148
4" INS
S
11"0
6.003
6.157
CLNG
6.165
6.169B
6.016
6.020
25/12
600
TS
12"~
6.154
6.414
500
12"~
6.156
6.0J1
PIPE
6.432
6.630
A
11"0
12"~
6.158
2-1/2" INS
PIPE
6.632
750 BS
500
500 BL
12"~
6.160
G
I
Digitally signed
by Heather
Camden
Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
N
TS
GL
6.164A
6.163
6.258
12"~
6.043A
900
6.164
6.173
6.169A
18"~
BL 750
6.166
2' RAISED
6.175
PIPE
6.2M3
600
DUCT TAPE
6.168
6.014
4" INS
12"~
F/H
6.170
6.169
6.434
3/4" Cu
6.259
6.252
CAPPED W/
6.172
6.178
6.2J2
6.261
6.634
28|14
GL 550
6.180
6.260
12"~
12"~
6.182
T
(TYP. 2)
5'
6.184
6.018G
6.018
MECHANICAL DEMO AREA B PLAN
E&C
6.018F
6.018E
PIPE
PR O
1
6.172A
6.018C
2" INS
1-1/2" COND.
12"~
3
GL
12"~
20/7 OVAL
6.018B
6.293
6.291
TS
28"0
12"0
15"0
6.290
S
14"0
6.292
6.284B
6.280
6.278
6.274
S
17"0
6.270B
6.152
RAISED
18"0
750
GL
16"~
525
6.005
20/7 OVAL
9
|
3
GL
600
PIPE
6.270
S
2
2" UNINS.
6.270A
6.018A
13"0
6.006
44"0 UP
6.264
6.F
6.E
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.318
12"~
42"0 DN.
20"0
20" CHS
30"0
13"~
GL
BL
12"0
3'
36"0
6.D
6.IM3
6" COND.
6.C
34"0
4 - 3"
750
BL
900
12"0
10" 70# ST.
S
12"~
375 GL
12"~
BSC
10"~
12"~
125 AL
TS
COND
STACKED PIPE
TO STRUCT.
33/14
TS
TS
FROM CLNG.
400
BL
500
200
250
10"0
6.IM2
12
"~
12
"~
GL
TS
TO AUTOCLAVE
6.033
525
450
6.322
13"0
20"0
GL
24"0
27|16
6.028A
12"~
6.041
BL
EF-B3
F/H
24"0
30"0
14|12
18"0
TS
12"~
EF-B2
DRIER
250
5'
8"~
125 AL
TS
TO GLASS
28"0
500
AL 500
6.IM1
46"0
20"0
500
S
42"0
FL
750
500
500
16"~
11"0
6.0H4
6.2MI
5" STM
28|14
12"~
25/12
BL
100
5'
17"~
900
13"~
6.007
12"~
12"0
GL
250
8" COND.
3' F/H
6.031
BL
26"0
16"0
450
GL
6.IM1
14"0
6.01175
6.007A
32"0
F/H
12"~
BL
28|14
GL
30"0
BL 500
275
500
550
12"~
12"~
BL
GL
EF-L15
13"0
20"0
6.414
6.326
36 X 36 I.D. CURB
250
500
27/14
23/10
GL
AL
OV
12"~
AL
40"0
600
500
3
12"~
11"0
500 BL
4' F/H
BL
23/10
16"0
27/14
12"~
34"0 UP
12"~
12"~
125
6.418
BL
BL
12"~
32"0
500
TS
28"0 DN.
6.030
28|14
23/10
GL
|8
17
B.F./L-??
BL
GL
900
600
250
550
AL
TS
500
250
6.028
TS
7
6.013
600
12"~
DUCT TAPE
TS
300
22/8
750
F/H
CAPPED WITH
GL
4'
7
12"~
12"~
GL
AL
BL
6.015A
BSC
2
500
~
12"~
6'
500
20/9
F/H
400
BL
5'
300
750
GL 400
12"~
11"0
250
12"~
GL
20/9
AL
250
15"0
100 GS
6.008
100
6.029A
COND
12"~
550
12"~
GL
12"~
"~
12
12"~
6.010A
12"~
12"~
C
250
500
6.422
12"~
750
"
12
"0
16
12"~
B
GL
F/H
3" WASTE
525
525
6.015
AL
44 X 44
I.D. CURB
6.026
5'
"~
12
11"0
12"~
36 X 36 I.D. CURB
12"~
F/H
4 - 3"
AL
OV
17"0
BL
GL
350
BL 500
BL 500
5'
/7
20
6.426
EF-L11
6.326A
18"0
4
GL
GL
TS
44"0 UP
32"0 UP
28"0 DN.
TS
3
3
4
2
500
10"0
12"~
O
4' F/H
42"0 DN.
EF-L14
6.028A
12"~
BL
GL
GL
350
32"0
12"~
3
12"~
300
20/10
EF-L10
BL
TS
AROUND DUCT
T
7"0
GL
BL 500
CLNG TO STRUC
3
3
100
12"~
GL
550
GL
9"0
1
2
"
0
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
500
6.0T2
3
GL
METAL SUPPORTS
6.0H2
14"~
450
500
6.0T1
10"~
17"~
REMOVE ABANDONED IN PLACE DUCTWORK AS NOTED. PROVIDE
AIRTIGHT SHEETMETAL CAP INCLUDING SHEETMETAL SCREWS,
MASTIC AND INSULATION TO MATCH EXISTING.
6.173
12"~
5
17"0
7
AL
100
500
BL
3
5
17"0
350
3
3
TS
350
4' F/H
17"~
6
6.020
42"0 DN.
6.0J1
7"0
GL
3' F/H
6
2
T
6
275
44"0 UP
600
2
T
2
12"~
GL
500
O
250
6.175
4'
18"0
PIPE
12"~
BL
11"0
12"~
B.F./L-22
7"0
34"0
12"~ BL 500
O
2
3/4" Cu
18"0 PIPE
250
AL
BSC
12
"~
12"~
PIPE
5
"~
12
42"0
2-1/2" INS
REMOVE ABANDONED PNEUMATIC TEMP. SENSOR AND
ASSOCIATED PIPING. PATCH WALL. CAP WITH COMPRESSION FITTING
AS CLOSE TO THE TRUNK LINE AS POSSIBLE.
TS
34"0
6
S
4" INS
4'
BSC
BL 500
5
O
6
6
11"0
20"0
14"0
FIELD VERIFY SIZE OF TAPS. REUSE IF TAPS IS CORRECT SIZE
FOR RENOVATION.
16"0
5
PIPE
6.0H3
3
5
5
2
GL
2
4" INS
REMOVE RETURN AIR GRILLE..
3
7"0
GL 350
4
DROP
320
11"0
36"0
REMOVE EXISTING DIFFUSER AND FLEX.
3
32"0
6.014
3
1
/
1
2
6.434
3
6
5
4
500
BL
REMOVE DUAL DUCT BOX ABOVE CEILING AND RELATED TEMPERATURE
SENSOR. CONTROLS, DOWNSTREAM DUCT AND FLEX.
T
300
31/12
13"0
20/9
F
S
2
S
500
12~
275
GL
1
N
5
O
BL
450
2
5
O
T
O
12"~
3' F/H
3
4
F
F
2
1
PIPE
S
O
6
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
S
2
T
4
6
3
2
O
EXISTING DUAL DUCT BOX TO REMAIN. REPLACE CONTROLLER
WITH NEW CONTROLLER TO MATCH NEW BOX. REBALANCE TO
NEW MIN AS NOTED ON SCHEDULE.
6.178
28/34
3
1
6.174
RISE
O
5
4
6
4
T
N
O
2
4
T
4
4
3
3
6.180
5
N
4
4
6.182
O
T
6
4
4
3
O
1740cfm
6.018A
6
3
3
3
5
6.018D
4
4
1
6.018C
4
4
3
6.018B
6.293
6.291
3
12"~
3
3
N
4
3
3
12/10
4
16/10
4
9330cfm
4
THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: DEMO AREA B
DRAWING:
M 1.62
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
6.F
6.E
3
6
1315cfm
6
V
4
4
3
8/16
400
500
10"~
2' RAISED
6.165
CLNG
O
GL
12"~
GL 145
TS
20"0
TS
BL
OV
AL
500 BL
GL
750
18"0
750
900
6.520
TS
12"~
4
12"~
32"0
25/12
TS
4
16"0
BL 500
6.320
23"0
28"0
6.1H1
6.IM3
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
4
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.434
6.156
6.157
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
CLNG
6.163
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
S
PIPE
6.632
6.148
C
4" INS
6.432
6.630
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.257
6.326A
6.630A
6.522C
6.257A
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.147
3" WASTE
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.255
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.522A
2- 1" COND
6.326
T
6.630C
6.255A
3
6.139
3
T
6.1T2
900
5
6
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.030
6.031
6.420
6.322
6.246B
A
V
G
6.612B
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
V
G
V
6.320
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.142
6.520
6.007
6.618
6.143
6.522
6.622
6.011
6.145
6.524
6.029
6.424
6.620
6.250
6.144A
6.528
6.015
6.028A
6.254
6.252
10"0
250
THRU CLNG 1'
6.146
6.522B
6.012
METAL CROSS
4
6.033
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.514A
6.514
6.140A
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
4
13"0
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
6.169A
23"0
325
6.154
2' RAISED
6.014
3/4" Cu
6.259
6.630B
PLENUM
6.612
6.246A
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
6.240C
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
6.602
G
A
45
6.1J1
20"
180
3
8"0
6"0
12"0
TS
6.308
6.004
42 X 42 I.D. CURB
3
6.134
1' ABOVE
CLNG
6.135
6.404
6.240
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.200A
6.2T2
6.200B
6.100D
A.P.
6.402
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
G
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.2J1
V
6.132C
6.133
6.404A
6.2T1
A
6.100
6.132A
6.200C
2
3
4
6.232
6.200
6.230
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.100A
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
T
6.A
6.6
6.N
6.1T1
4
OF TE
XA
S
TE
TA
S
EF-L25
6.506
5
12"0
THE SEAL APPEARING ON THIS DRAWING WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
HEATHER CAMDEN
PR O
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
86883
F
ES
LI
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
SI
CENSED
ON A L E N
R
6.508
250 AL
6.506A
6.036
V
6.600
6.B
16"0
6.137
6.504
6.406
G
I
Digitally signed
by Heather
Camden
Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
N
40"0 DN.
PIPE
6.402A
G
6.233
6.138
3
6.136
2" Cu
6.306
V
A
4
1
6.1T1
6.508
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
6.240A
20"~
6.043
6.001
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.241
6.510
750
PIPE
6.408
V
6.039
185
3
5' F/H
G
A
EE
TS
6.608
A
G
6.240B
N
BL
6.512
3
8/6
500
14"0
3
AL
3" UNINS.
6.045
6.241A
12"~
TS
2" PVC
6.158
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.260
6.634
12/8
650
6.160
6.152
6.IM2
100
6.164A
T
6.626
GL
18X16
6.164
6.018G
6.018
PIPE
MECHANICAL DEMO AREA C PLAN
Engineers & Consultants Inc.
6.172A
6.018C
6.IM1
GL
12"~
34"0 UP
40 X 40 I.D. CURB
TS
E&C
6.018B
6.293
6.291
2" INS
6.256
250
32"0 DN.
27/14
1
2
"
~
21/12
25/12
12"~
6.310
6.270B
6.532
17"0
42"0 UP
BL 500
1
EF-L21
GL
20"~
6.270
6.018A
6.258
14"~
27/14
12"~
12"~
21/12
50
6.270A
S
3" FLEX HOSE
250
6.264
6.F
6.E
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
28"0
30"0
GL
16"0
AL
GL
GL
200
200
250
12"~
TO BELOW CEILING
500
14"~
AL
EF-B6
6.140
T
6.D
S
TS
40"0
21"0
6.C
6.020
GL
6.314A
38"0
3
4
CLNG TO STRUC
12"~
GL
12" STM.
350
BL
350
3
TS
33/14
18|10
200
6.314
6.514A
6.514
6" COND.
40"0
S
BL 500
250 AL
250
S
GL 200
EF-B5
12"~
150
T
6
13"0
TS
450
I.D. CURB
6.316A
TS
GL
250
28 X 28
AL
8"0
6.316
25/12
AS
TS
AL 250
28|14
AL
6.516
18|10
6.318
16"0
6.5H1
250
4
E
20"0
20" CHR.
21/12
750 BS
12"0
10"0
16"0
33/14
20"0 DN.
27/14
GYP. BOARD
6.IM2
6.3H1
TS
33/14
GL 500
6.141
3
1
T
20"
CHS
24"0 UP
EF-L20
6.142
T 6
3
12"0
12"~
GL
EF-B4
TS
900
3
6.010A
10"~
10/10
TS
12"0
17
|8
200
4
6.143
GL
5' F/H
2
4
23/10
200
TS
33/14
12"~
350
BL
TO AUTOCLAVE
GS
3
O
12"~
GL
BL
3
4
250
10"0
RAISED
500
TS
450
EF-L24
GL
GL 350
12"~
13"0
500
6.524
12"~
6.522
27|16
6.322
6.145
16"0
6.2MI
14|12
750
12"0
DRIER
18"0
17
|8
42 X 42 I.D. CURB
3
TO GLASS
TS
T 6
5
28|14
27/14
14"0
12"~
AL 500
BL 500
42"0 UP
21/12
14"~
6.324
500
BL
12"~
BL
BL
500
6.144A
4
3
650
42 X 42 I.D. CURB
14"0
34"0 DN.
FL
4
40"0 DN.
EF-L19
12"~
25/12
2
B.F./L-37
38"0 UP
4
4
GL
14/10 OVAL
12"~
21/12
500
350
12"~
2- 1" COND
12"~
18"0
BL
BL
6.522A
REMOVE ABANDONED PNEUMATIC TEMP. SENSOR AND
ASSOCIATED PIPING. PATCH WALL. CAP WITH COMPRESSION FITTING
AS CLOSE TO THE TRUNK LINE AS POSSIBLE.
6.146
T O
1
N
23/10
600
16"0
500
500
GL
GL
25/12
12"~
6.528
500 BL
500
6.326
BL
18"0
OV
AL
500
4' F/H
GL
TS
TS
4
3
6
200
500
12"~
350
18"0
GL
750 BL
27/14
25/12
GL
6
5
6.147
GL 300
TS
BL
EF-L23
6.522B
12"~
TS
500
40"0 DN.
500 BL
900
14/10 OVAL
6.532
44"0 UP
42 X 42 I.D. CURB
550
14"0
GL
TS
43" DIAM.
GL
FIELD VERIFY SIZE OF TAPS. REUSE IF TAPS IS CORRECT SIZE
FOR RENOVATION.
200
I.D. CURB
12"~
5
6.002A
125
REMOVE RETURN AIR GRILLE..
6.2M2
AS
3
5
42 X 42
12"~
12"~
4
S
12"~
BL 500
18"0
REMOVE EXISTING DIFFUSER AND FLEX.
6.2M3
6.332
3
6.148
O
T
8"0
38"0 UP
34"0 DN.
3
2
6
500
4'
GL 100
14"O
16"0
12"0
EF-L18
GS
450
12"~
24
TS
3
AL
6.522C
44/
250 AS
6.326A
250
12"~
16"0
6.324A
12"~
600
12"~
12"~
TS
REMOVE DUAL DUCT BOX ABOVE CEILING AND RELATED TEMPERATURE
SENSOR. CONTROLS, DOWNSTREAM DUCT AND FLEX.
4
TS
BL
13"0
12"~
T
F/H
100
2
4
5'
12"~
16"0
BL 500
3
30
GS
AS
12"O
125
750
2
16"0
AS 250
12"~
16"0
TS
12"~
12"~
6.150
3
F/H
52/
GL 300
17"0
12"~
82/16
12"~
4
5
12"~
GL
145
50
36"0
600
GL
16"0
250
50/
12"0
AL
12"~
GL
12"~
12"0
10"~
100
100
6.169B
EXISTING DUAL DUCT BOX TO REMAIN. REPLACE CONTROLLER
WITH NEW CONTROLLER TO MATCH NEW BOX. REBALANCE TO
NEW MIN AS NOTED ON SCHEDULE.
515 CFM
16"0
13"0
450
4
6.157
500
BL
7"0
6.163
6.169A
GL
3
2
11"0
F
1
T
O
30"0
15"0
T
CLNG
2
GL
16"0
6.173
750 BL
2' RAISED
38
4
TS
12"~
AL
BL
DRAWING NOTES:
O
6
12"~
175
GL
42/
32/10
TS
6.169
6
5
3
20/10
TS
6.152
T
4
O2
5
F
T
4
5
6
3
4
T
51/14
250
6.175
F
82/16
2
AL
4
16/10
16/10
12/10
250
4
74/16
24/12
AL
5
2
O
250
T
6
4
1
UP
2
TS
TS
4
N
1N
4
RISE
DROP
24/12
6
T
5
250
T
3
O
3
2
5
6
6
T
6.1H2
2
T
DROP
RISE
DROP
6
T
V
1315cfm
28/34
6
4
6.154
N
4
1
6.156
6.IM3
T
V
5
6.158
THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
N
4
2
A.
3
7"0
4
T
3
6.160
4
10"0
4
4
3
4400cfm
N
4
4
4
1060cfm
4
740cfm
1
5
4
4
4
6.164A
6.164
N
O
6
6.166
2
4
5
T 6
T
3
6.168
3
O
2
6.170
3
12"0
6.172
3
GENERAL NOTES:
3
26/10
3
3
4
S
3
3
4
3
4
O
3
6.174
4
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: DEMO AREA C
DRAWING: M 1.63
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
5' F/H
F/H
17"0
BL
22"0
12"~
V
2
6
13"0
17/8
V
G
A
2
110
5
3
550
5
O
D
O
5
3
225
RISE
6
3
450cfm
3
280cfm
350cfm
3
5
350cfm
V
T
3
6
4
6.222
500cfm
6.224
440cfm
5
3
24/12
3
6.220
3
6.4H1
23/10
12"~
12"~
5
6.218
2
24/12
5
DROP
12"~
RISE
3
6
3
6.216
3
RISE
T
530cfm
6.219
F
O
T
6.214
3
3
440cfm
5
O
DROP
V
T
6.226
3
6.2H3
DROP
2
300cfm
4380cfm
T
O
V
225cfm
2
F
2
3
2
24/26
VAV.6.O2.09
5
5
2
1030
O
F
6.228
12"0
F
F
T
250cfm
6.230
11"0
T
S
1
BL 500
2
1235 CFM EA.
20/9
150
6.2J1
3
O
750 BS
24/20
O
3
6.232
6.402
17/9
45
5
24/20
GL
N
2
S
C
20/10
23/10
5
420
TS
3
S
5
900
GS 850
TS
300cfm
20/10
5
GL
S
13"0
12"~
6.404A
1230cfm
450cfm
6.2T1
10"~
980
O
O
6.2T2
F/H
F
GL 100
48 x 46
44 x 42
5'
750
T
T
6
17"0
T
O
450
4' F/H
16"0
500
F
V
2
6
/
1
0
G
240cfm
4
11"0
O
4'
BSC
BL 500
600
F
360
4'
BSC
3
12"~
48 x 16
AL 250
TS
F
2
250
S
230
BS
3' F/H
8"0
AL
V
F
40 x 36
230
2
G
3
16"0
10"0
34"0
3
44"0 UP
6.404
40 x 38
12"0
B.F./L-19
BL 500
745
15"0
BL
REMOVE ABANDONED PNEUMATIC TEMP. SENSOR AND
ASSOCIATED PIPING. PATCH WALL. CAP WITH COMPRESSION FITTING
AS CLOSE TO THE TRUNK LINE AS POSSIBLE.
500
TS
3
9"0
12"~
16"0
GL
5
6
6.402A
12/12
12"~
GL 150
F
FIELD VERIFY SIZE OF TAPS. REUSE IF TAPS IS CORRECT SIZE
FOR RENOVATION.
42"0 DN.
GS 350
12"~
19"0
50 X 50 I.D. CURB
8/6
TS
6.600
12"~
10"~
12"~
D
S
200
6.240
4
V
250
F
3
G
AL
200 GL
980
O
6
GL
0
8"
260cfm
42"0 DN.
TS
GL
T
650
44"0 UP
17"0
500A
4' F/H
40"0
T
BL
17"~
17"0
32"0
2
EF-L9
500
14"0
A
S
6.233
5
6.406
12"0
TS
12"~
G
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
BL
REMOVE RETURN AIR GRILLE..
500
TS
14"0
44"0 UP
42"0 DN.
12"~
500
3
BL
6' BSC
6.604
600 12"~
240cfm
6.602
T
12"~
EF-L4
12"~
6.240A
4
BL 500
600
GL
12"~
TS
550
AL
DL
3
REMOVE EXISTING DIFFUSER AND FLEX.
17"0
12"~
250
4' F/H
500
AL 250
13"0
V
GL
6.410
11"0
A
GL 150
8"~
3
500 BL
BL
16"~
5
REMOVE DUAL DUCT BOX ABOVE CEILING AND RELATED TEMPERATURE
SENSOR. CONTROLS, DOWNSTREAM DUCT AND FLEX.
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
TS
V
100
250
BL
6.408
58/14
125
G
550
T
DL
17"~
500
12"~
GL
GL
12"~
150
6.241
2
12"~
G
12"0
CL
450
14/10 OVAL
TS
600
6.608
A
250
GL
B.F./L-21
15"0
250
12"~
9"0
C
550
O
EF-L3
14/7
6.240B
240cfm
10"~
TS
2
DL
AL
OV
3
/7
20
CL
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
250
EXISTING DUAL DUCT BOX TO REMAIN. REPLACE CONTROLLER
WITH NEW CONTROLLER TO MATCH NEW BOX. REBALANCE TO
NEW MIN AS NOTED ON SCHEDULE.
F/H
EF-L8
100
1
3'
4' R/I
GL
13"0
125
DL
12"0
5
12"~
TS
650
12"~
17"~
17/9
6
3
15"0
12"~
750
14/10 OVAL
BL 500
100
12"~
6.241A
260cfm
6.412
930cfm
|
BL
12"~
OV
AL
9
15
20/9
750 5'
500
12"0
TS
44"0 UP
6.414
3
500
BL
DRAWING NOTES:
12/8 OVAL
TS
1" COND.
I.D. CURB
42"0 DN.
BL 500
23/10
40"0 UP & DN.
48 x 48
750
600
12/8 OVAL
TS
GL
3
V
THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
27/14
TS
6.602A
D
T
12"~
12"0
2
740
6.240C
10
"~
O
G
500
6.416
AL 250
BL
21/12
23/10
A
TS
14"0
GL
3
6.612
19"0
17/9 12"~
6.416A
12"~
4' F/H
23/14
14"0
BL 500
12"~
12"~
150
400
GL
12"~
25/12
350
900
TS
275cfm
150
4' BSC
6.245
3
750
GS
A.
TS
A.P.
850
6.246A
6.616
450
250 AS
5" STM.
BL
750
240cfm
46 x 46
I.D. CURB
GL
12"~
V
750
27/14
G
BL
8"~
250
16"0
3
GL
V
20|14
1050
21/12
28|14
16"0
GL
A
G
21/12
13"0
A
21/12
36/20
BL
TS
30"0
32"0
10"~
BL
6.612B
17"0
3
TS
23/14
EF-B1
500
30/14
17"0
24"0
6.246
100
14"0
240cfm
GL
V
G
12"~
40/12
21"0
40"0
A
12"~
14"~
42"0
12" STM.
750
12"~
GENERAL NOTES:
6.418
38"0 DN.
10"~
10
"~
42"0
6" COND.
27/14
40"0 UP
0
"
2
1
T
5' F/H
6.6H1
EF-G1
6.2H1
6
EF-L7
12"~
20" CHR
6.2M3
6.246B
27/14
6.2M2
20"0
250
8"~
8"~
16"0
12"~
3
3
6.212
3
5
T
6
6.210
3
6.C
6.D
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.F
6.E
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
6.152
6.A
2" INS
PIPE
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
S
6.B
6.018G
6.018
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
CLNG
6.163
6.260
6.169A
6.634
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
PIPE
S
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
3/4" Cu
6.259
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.630
6.257
6.256
6.146
6.326A
6.630A
6.257A
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.626
6.522B
6.012
3" WASTE
6.144A
6.630B
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.528
6.255
6.010A
6.254
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.620
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.622
6.250
6.031
6.011
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.322
S
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.IM2
V
G
6.2MI
6.2M2
6.2M3
A
6.612B
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.IM1
6.246B
6.320
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
6.618
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
S
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
6.240C
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
6.608
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
S
A
G
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
PIPE
6.306
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.308
S
A
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.240A
6.402A
6.135
V
6.002A
G
S
A
6.233
6.404
6.600
6.240
D
G
V
G
V
6.2T2
6.2T1
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.200A
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
A.P.
6.402
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.230
6.228
6.226
6.100
6.132A
6.200C
6.200
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.201
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
S
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6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.100C
6.130A
6.112C
6.6
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6.200D
6.200E
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6.202
6.100A
6.B
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6.132C
6.133
6.2J1
V
MECHANICAL DEMO AREA D PLAN
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
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SKETCH: DEMO AREA D
DRAWING:
M 1.64
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REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
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Tel 713/580-8800
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E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
20"0
12
"~
12"~
TS
12"~
200
TS
3
GL
14"0
F
12"~
S
16"0
6.402
BS
F
S
T
4
6.204
T
6.202
6.201
6.200E
11"0
N
10/10
3
3
20/10
16"0
6.306A
4
12"~
TS
250
O
RISE
3
5
6
4
2
6
2
6
6.100A
4
3
6.102
3
6.100C
4
3
4
T
3
V
T
O
5
O
6.104
6.106
2
3
4
3
4
5
O
T
6
6.200D
3
GL
T
6
3
3
AL
1
4
O
250
T
GL
RCP #3054-02
5
N
T
12"~
12"~
12"~
BL
350
550
2
T
4
400
1
6.200C
N
T
4
AL
GL 100
500
8"~
4
4
6.200
6
100
4'
F/H
6.038
6
6.100
5
3
4
BL
5
1
3
4
GL
4' F/H
600
2
TS
4
2
3
O
T
3
1
5
O
4' F/H
600
3
3
4
600
34"0
N
4
4
6
6.206
TS
4
S
T
6
3
10/14
6.100B
6
BL 500
32"0
5
T
3
6.100F
3
T
32"0
50
3
6.100D
3
500
18"0
18"~
GL
3
6.200B
BL
6.036
4
6.100E
2
6.200A
2
O
RISE
T
4
4
4
O
S
1470cfm
300cfm
2
O
3
4
34"0 UP
28"0 DN.
5
3
3
2
3
3
O
4
3
2
3
6.108
6.C
3
4
4
4
6.D
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.F
6.E
6.284A 6.284
4
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
6.152
4
4
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
PIPE
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
S
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
CLNG
6.163
6.260
6.169A
6.634
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
PIPE
S
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
3/4" Cu
6.259
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.630
6.257
6.256
6.146
6.326A
6.630A
6.257A
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.626
6.522B
6.012
3" WASTE
6.144A
6.630B
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.528
6.255
6.010A
6.254
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.620
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.622
6.250
6.031
6.011
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.322
S
6.616
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.IM2
6.2MI
V
G
6.416A
6.246
6.A
6.2M2
A
6.612B
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.IM1
6.246B
6.320
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
6.618
6.2M3
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
S
6.N
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.240C
6.045
6.241A
6.608
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
S
A
G
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
PIPE
6.306
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.308
S
A
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.240A
6.402A
G
6.135
V
6.002A
A
S
6.233
6.404
6.600
6.240
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.502
6.304
E
6.100E
6.100F
6.200A
6.2T2
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
G
6.200B
A
6.132C
6.133
6.100D
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.2J1
V
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.100
6.132A
6.200C
6.232
6.200
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.200E
6.200D
6.100A
6.A
6.B
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6.108
6.112F
6.112E
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6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
6.6
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6.230
S
DROP
4
O
5
T
T
5
F
O
3
6
5
20/9
450
12"~
O
3
500
250
36 X 36 I.D. CURB
TS
2
REMOVE ABANDONED IN PLACE DUCTWORK AS NOTED. PROVIDE
AIRTIGHT SHEETMETAL CAP INCLUDING SHEETMETAL SCREWS,
MASTIC AND INSULATION TO MATCH EXISTING.
500
500 BL
T
3
6.000
23/10
20/9
17/9
GL
425
6
5
7
BL
50
4
12"~
GS
BL 500
3
2
150
REMOVE ABANDONED PNEUMATIC TEMP. SENSOR AND
ASSOCIATED PIPING. PATCH WALL. CAP WITH COMPRESSION FITTING
AS CLOSE TO THE TRUNK LINE AS POSSIBLE.
2
3
F
17"0
GL
7
6.0H1
O
3
12"~
10"~
GL
750
100
9"0
7
GL
O
A.P.
GL
100
EF-L17
TS
GL
50
GL
TS
DUCT TAPE
TS
5
500
4' BSC
34"0
AL
17|8 OVAL
3
6
1050 GL
7
250
6.002
AL
FIELD VERIFY SIZE OF TAPS. REUSE IF TAPS IS CORRECT SIZE
FOR RENOVATION.
500
500
12"~
38"0
AL
500
BL
BL
12
"~
425
S
125
TS
BL
12"~
12"~
450
AL
5
125
2
250
REMOVE RETURN AIR GRILLE..
36 X 36 I.D. CURB
12
"~
14"0
3' F/H
13"0
6.039
3" FLEX HOSE
20"~
20"0
7"0
6.002A
12"~
32"0
GL
3" PIPE
6.037
100
5
EF-L13
TS
125
TS
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
500
BL
6
10"~
650
6.402A
GL
4
TO BELOW CEILING
PIPE
GL
T
12"~
16"0
32"0 UP
6.034
CAPPED W/
16"0
3" WASTE
26"0 DN.
1050
17|8 OVAL
3" UNINS.
500
T
6.043
500
TS
6.004
REMOVE EXISTING DIFFUSER AND FLEX.
12/10
TS
12"~
525
AL
6.001
AL
16
"0
44"0 UP
42"0 DN.
350
17/9
B.F./L-??
BL 500
50
10"0
GL 600
250
8"~
12"~
350
GL
BL 500
GL
125
BL
EF-L16
GS
17|8 OVAL
DUCT TAPE
12"~
750
PIPE
BL 500
23/10
CAPPED W/
AL
50
12"~
6.035
12"~
6.045
GL
BL
20/9
1-1/2" Cu
12"~
6.003
12"~
12"~
EF-L12
500 BL
BSC
6.032
500
12"~
DN
3
BL 500
12"~
BS
GYP. BOARD
12"~
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
REMOVE DUAL DUCT BOX ABOVE CEILING AND RELATED TEMPERATURE
SENSOR. CONTROLS, DOWNSTREAM DUCT AND FLEX.
450
6" RAISED
~
12"~
14"~
BSC
GL
12"~
14"0
12"~
12"~
11"0
GL
600
12"~
20/7 OVAL
2" UNINS.
17"0
4'
900
BS
3
500 BL
20/7 OVAL
9
|
3
42"0 DN.
PIPE
4'
500
TS
12"~
2
44"0 UP
450
BS
600
12"~
8"~
525
GS
450
500
12"~
F/H
6.410
6.043A
900
6.006
3'
17"~
GL
BL 750
12"0
12"0
12"~
TO STRUCT.
GS
16/10
900
FROM CLNG.
600
DUCT TAPE
18"~
6.005
TS
BL
F/H
7
CAPPED W/
13"0
10"~
2
6.318
28"0
GL 550
BL
STACKED PIPE
EXISTING DUAL DUCT BOX TO REMAIN. REPLACE CONTROLLER
WITH NEW CONTROLLER TO MATCH NEW BOX. REBALANCE TO
NEW MIN AS NOTED ON SCHEDULE.
12"~
12"~
5'
750
BL
1
25/12
12"~
525
12"0
450
750 BS
18"0
750
GL
BSC
15"0
12"~
12"~
28|14
500
275
3' F/H
20" CHS
30"0
33/14
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
12"~
GL
525
12/8 OVAL
20"0
TS
24"0
16"0
GL
20" CHR
DRAWING NOTES:
12"~
30"0
5'
6.414
375 GL
36"0
6" COND.
24"0
32"0
23/10
BL
500
GL
EF-B2
BL 500
6.033
125 AL
34"0
10" 70# ST.
10"0
THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
6750cfm
600
46"0
125 AL
TS
6.IM1
27/14
12/8 OVAL
5" STM
42"0
400
28|14
4' F/H
8" COND.
13"0
20"0
GL
A.
6.322
F/H
6.041
BL
13"~
12"~
6.0H4
6.2MI
6.418
500
500
12
"~
6.007A
20"0
12"~
BL
27/14
EF-B3
TS
5'
8"~
16"~
30"0
12"~
500
750
250
26"0
12
"
40"0
18"0
6.0H2
16"0
12"~
23/10
500 BL
BL
GENERAL NOTES:
14|12
500
100
12"~
12"0
12/8 OVAL
6.007
125
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH:DEMO AREA E
DRAWING:
M 1.65
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
200
14"0
BL
6.502
900
AL 250
900 GL
BL 500
12/10
6.119
F
7
DROP
28/27
RISE
A
10"~
VAV.6.O8.13
A
T
8"~
600CFM
E
6"~
400CFM
T
6.112F
8|12
A
10"~
6.1H1
8/6
8"0
12/8
3
2
5
3
B
8"~
520CFM
E
6
4 6 4
T
T
8"~
600CFM
E
VAV.6.O8.12
6.112E
A
6.112B
150
8"~
6.112D
150
8"~
A
5
8"~
600CFM
E
7
6.112A
A
150
6.124
6.126
4
2
VAV.6.O8.09
3
T
6.128
6.130B
6.130
3
150
8"~
8"~
4
4
6.112C
A
6.132A
3
4
1
VAV.6.O6.14
A
250
6
4
10"~
VAV.6.O8.11
7 E
4
6
4
T
7
B
2
250
T
B
7
B
5
T
B
VAV.6.O6.15
T
3
6
T
6.132
3
GS
6.131
70
1315cfm
1315cfm
860cfm
3
2
E
8
6.1H3
250
V
C
8
3
V
C
4
4
T
6"~
240CFM
8|12
VAV.6.O6.12
O
DROP
TS
GS
6.12770
24/12
8|12
10/14
E
RISE
TS
5
7
6.132B
3
2
4
T
5
6
2
GL
5
F
24/12
4
600
6.125
44/16
6"~
320CFM
500
6
3
6.133
72/14
2
4
5
16"0
TS
4
1
T
SCREEN
TS
RELOCATE SUPPLY AIR DIFFUSER IN THE HALLWAY AS
NOTED ON M2.66.
4
6.134A
15"0
PROJECTION
1120cfm
16/10
5
17"0
13"0
O
46/
8
6
30"0
V
TS
6.IM3
500 BL
36
12"~
36"0
GL
32/10
6.111
T
F
AL
TS
GL
UP
20/10
250
750 BL
NEW BOXES FROM NEW CONSTRUCTION. NO DEMO.
3
BL
12"~
16/10
6.306A
12"~
50/
450
48
GL
7
6.134
6"0
450
2
12"~
500
6
12"~
O
GL 100
500
6.135
4200cfm
BL
F
2
10"~
100
12"0
10"~
6 T
BL
"~
12
GL
3
N
3
38
4' F/H
REMOVE ABANDONED PNEUMATIC TEMP. SENSOR AND
ASSOCIATED PIPING. PATCH WALL. CAP WITH COMPRESSION FITTING
AS CLOSE TO THE TRUNK LINE AS POSSIBLE.
1
T
250
42/
4' F/H
4
32"0
~
6.502A
AL
GL
6.136
350
GL
6
150
4
T
2
6
6.130A
3
6.C
6.D
3
3
8"~
5
4
6.284A 6.284
4
4
4
4
4
6.282
3
6.264A
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
6.152
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
PIPE
4
3
6.264
6.F
6.E
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
CLNG
6.163
6.260
6.169A
6.634
6.259
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
6.0J1
PIPE
3/4" Cu
6.016
PIPE
S
6.304
3
TS
12"~
42"0 UP
500 BL
TS
FIELD VERIFY SIZE OF TAPS. REUSE IF TAPS IS CORRECT SIZE
FOR RENOVATION.
N
500
650
12"~
GL
12"0
TS
TS
T
40"0 DN.
16"0
2
"
300
3
6
6.137
42 X 42 I.D. CURB
12"~
5
1
38/
CLNG
REMOVE RETURN AIR GRILLE..
10"~
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
350
10"~
16"0
16"0
GL
BL
12"0
12"~
12"~
18"0
4
4
6.1T1
400
350
EF-L26
12"0
18"0
12"~
12"~
1' ABOVE
12"~
12"~
BL
500
28
600
500
18"~
TS
12"0
40"0 UP
REMOVE EXISTING DIFFUSER AND FLEX.
3
6.138
PIPE
GL
3
5
500 BL
6.504
REMOVE DUAL DUCT BOX ABOVE CEILING AND RELATED TEMPERATURE
SENSOR. CONTROLS, DOWNSTREAM DUCT AND FLEX.
4
3
2" Cu
TS
12"~
6.506
36"0 DN.
3
GL
14/10 OVAL
750 BL
600
4' F/H
600
TS
6.506A
42 X 42 I.D. CURB
B.F./L-38
1
9"0
500
16"0
12"~
BL 500
16"0
BL
GL 750
16"0
250
500
500
250
GL
12"~
BL
4
T
6"0
EF-L25
325 GL
12"~
25/12
14"0
650
GL
EF-L22
180
12"0
6.508
1050
500
16"0
250 AL
14"~
2" PVC
6
45
6.1J1
3
12"0
TS
6.139
4
8"0
GL
BL
BL
20"
40"0 DN.
2
6
6.510
20"~
EXISTING DUAL DUCT BOX TO REMAIN. REPLACE CONTROLLER
WITH NEW CONTROLLER TO MATCH NEW BOX. REBALANCE TO
NEW MIN AS NOTED ON SCHEDULE.
3
3
185
TS
500
GL
13"0
3
23/12
21/12
650
T
6.1T2
AL
1
3
4
T
900
750
6.310
12"~
TS
12"~
6.140
T
6
4
42"0 UP
6.308
12"~
5' F/H
TS
6.306
250
4
23"0
10"0
12"~
BL 500
250
500
BL
6.512
14"0
GL
DRAWING NOTES:
28"0
17"0
325
3
40 X 40 I.D. CURB
GL
BL
EF-B6
PLENUM
27/14
32"0 DN.
27/14
12"~
AL
50
20"~
GL
34"0 UP
16"0
250
12"~
EF-L21
6.314A
250
12"~
3" FLEX HOSE
GL
200
AL
25/12
18X16
12"~
100
21/12
TS
21"0
250
14"~
GL
40"0
30"0
GL
GL
12"~
6.314
12" STM.
38"0
GL
GL
6" COND.
40"0
350
200
TS
TO BELOW CEILING
18|10
BL
350
21/12
3
BL 500
33/14
200
12"~
150
6.514A
6.514
500
1
2
"
~
27/14
12"~
GL 200
EF-B5
250 AL
250
AL
26/10
GL
I.D. CURB
6.316A
TS
TS
450
250
6.516
28 X 28
AL 250
THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
T
5
13"0
6.316
25/12
AS
TS
28|14
AL
1
4
E
20"0
18|10
250
6.318
18"~
12"0
10"0
16"0
A.
T
20" CHR.
6.5H1
GL 500
16"0
33/14
12"~
750 BS
6.IM2
6.3H1
TS
GYP. BOARD
600
6
20"
6.141
CHS
24"0 UP
33/14
450
28"0
20"0 DN.
EF-L20
GS
23"0
12"0
33/14
3
4
16"0
BL 500
6.320
TO AUTOCLAVE
GS
25/12
TS
EF-B4
GENERAL NOTES:
32"0
250
10"0
RAISED
TS
12"~
900
6.520
N
10/10
TS
12"~
13"0
10"~
27|16
6.322
750
12"0
14|12
GL
GL
12"~
N
5' F/H
DRIER
250
750
TS
3
TO GLASS
12"0
12"~
BL
GL 350
AL 500
28|14
27/14
500
6.142
T
TS
900
6.522
12"~
1
6
"
~
FL
500 BL
GL
GL
S
6.324
25/12
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.630
150
8"~
D
120
8"~
D
120
8"~
D
120
8"~
D
120
8"~
D
150
8"~
D
150
8"~
D
150
8"~
D
150
6.257
6.256
6.257A
6.146
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.626
6.522B
6.012
3" WASTE
8"~
6.144A
6.630B
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.528
METAL CROSS
6.254
6.255
6.010A
THRU CLNG 1'
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
D
6.326A
6.630A
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.620
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.622
6.250
6.031
6.011
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.322
S
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.IM2
V
G
6.2MI
6.2M2
6.2M3
A
6.612B
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.IM1
6.246B
6.320
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
6.618
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
S
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
PIPE
6.6
6.003
6.240C
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
6.608
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
S
6.N
A
G
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
PIPE
6.306
6.308
6.004
6.506A
CLNG
6.135
6.002A
V
S
G
6.404
6.600
6.240
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.200A
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
G
6.100
6.200C
6.200
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.100A
6.A
6.B
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
6.N
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6.124
6.126
6.128
6.132A
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.6
THE SEAL APPEARING ON THIS DRAWING WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
HEATHER CAMDEN
LI
6.112A
6.132B
6.131
6.127
OF TE
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S
TE
TA
6.125
PROJECTION
G
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by Heather
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Date:
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11:00:55-06'00'
N
6.230
6.132C
6.133
SCREEN
A
6.232
F
6.119
6.038
6.2J1
V
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.2T2
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
6.134
1' ABOVE
6.402A
A
6.233
E&C
6.506
6.036
V
6.240A
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
6.137
6.504
6.406
S
A
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
1
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: DEMO AREA F
DRAWING: M 1.66
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
GENERAL NOTES:
6.C
AL
F
S
275
10"~
9"0
100
GL
12"~
12"~
12"~
14"0
12"0
8"~
250
8"~
21"0
12"~
12"~
G
12"~
GL
12|6
8|12
500
EF-L7
V
500
30/14
BL
6.612B
A
21/12
G
V
8"~
250
46 x 46
450
750
1050
250 AS
I.D. CURB
6.616
BL
TS
30"0
36/20
20|14
750
6.418
38"0 DN.
TS
BL
27/14
40"0 UP
10"~
100
23/10
500 BL
BL
GL
GS
150
400
6.416A
12"~
500
6.416
AL 250
GL
TS
6.C
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
12/8 OVAL
23/10
6.257
6.256
6.257A
250
EF-L3
12"~
G
6.255
6.255A
6.255B
6.414
3" WASTE
6.144A
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.428
6.426
6.528
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.2M3
6.246B
6.246
A
V
G
6.612B
A
G
V
G
V
6.616
6.031
6.011
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.618
12"~
6.522B
6.012
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.622
6.322
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.416A
6.320
6.033
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
6.240C
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
6.608
G
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
G
A
6.1T1
6.508
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
PIPE
3" PIPE
6.306
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.308
6.604
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.240A
6.402A
A
G
6.135
V
S
12"~
25/12
A
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
6.233
6.404
6.600
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
G
6.132C
6.133
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.2J1
V
A
6.100
6.132A
GL
6.232
14"0
16"0
6.147
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.200A
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
14/10 OVAL
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.100A
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
17"~
TS
B.F./L-21
6.200
6.230
6.A
6.B
6.6
6.N
500
12"~
GL
BL
6.408
GL
TS
V
500 BL
TE
TA
6.410
OF TE
XA
THE SEAL APPEARING ON THIS DRAWING WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
AL
OV
HEATHER CAMDEN
PR O
86883
ES
LI
F
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
Engineers & Consultants Inc.
6.522C
6.146
6.326A
6.620
6.250
12"~
23/14
A
6.630C
6.252
6.2T2
MECHANICAL RENO AREA A PLAN
E&C
6.0T2
6.324A
6.630A
12"~
A
6.148
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.200C
600
100
6.150
CLNG
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
S
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
6.608
6.157
2' RAISED
6.165
6.169B
6.016
12"~
DL
6.154
4" INS
6.432
6.626
6.240
4' R/I
12"~
BL
22"0
21/12
17"0
GL
6.156
6.163
6.632
A
21/12
15"0
12"~
EF-L8
6.158
6.0J1
PIPE
S
CL
/7
20
10|12
125
100
F/H
750
12"0
B
17/9
6.241A
750 5'
5' F/H
12"~
17"~
12"~
TS
44"0 UP
42"0 DN.
275
A
10"~
BL
TS
6.160
2-1/2" INS
6.630B
14/10 OVAL
650
6.164A
6.532
12"0
48 x 48
6.173
6.169A
500
BL 500
6.164
CLNG
6.175
PIPE
12/8 OVAL
500
6.166
2' RAISED
4" INS
PIPE
6.020
6.412
6.602A
BL
14"0
T
TS
V
6.168
6.014
3/4" Cu
6.630
1" COND.
I.D. CURB
750
OV
AL
12"~
15
|9
20/9
1
12"0
VAV.6.O2.01
10
"~
23/10
G
19"0
GL
A
6.170
CLNG TO STRUC
23/10
21/12
16"0
28|14
12"~
2
12"~
6.172
6.178
6.169
6.434
S
150
TS
2
6.180
6.018G
6.018
6.634
6.259
6.258
40"0 UP & DN.
275
A
10"~
6.182
6.2J2
6.261
S
6.612
900
6.277
6.636
6.262
S
750
BL
17/9 12"~
6.240C
BL 500
6.245
12|10
2
350
6.184
6.260
BL 500
TS
GL
2
850
275
A
10"~
2
6.246A2
GL
17"0
13"0
B
GL
6.018F
6.018E
T
S
10"~
6.018D
PIPE
TS
4' BSC
6.172A
6.018C
2" INS
A.P.
5" STM.
V
6.018B
6.293
6.291
27/14
(TYP. 2)
G
6.290
6.152
23/14
1-1/2" COND.
A
6.292
6.284B
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.018A
6.254
32"0
6.F
6.E
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
TS
BL
6.D
12"~
6.IM3
CANOPY OVER 350
AUTO CLAVE AUTO CLAVE
A
12/8 OVAL
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
SI
CENSED
ON A L E N
G
I
Digitally signed
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Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
N
8"~
16"0
8|12
350 CANOPY OVER
12"~
750
275
A
10"~
6.420
10
"~
42"0
17"0
B
600
4'
27/14
6.2462
500
6.422
TS
TS
5' F/H
EF-B1
BL
2
F/H
600
27/14
42"0
40"0
24"0
EF-L6
12"~
GL
525
500
6.6H1
2
TS
12/8 OVAL
I.D. CURB
20" CHR
6" COND.
12" STM.
12/8 OVAL
12"~
8"~
6.2M3
6.2H1
EF-G1
GL
BL 750
0
"
2
1
T
B
1
BL
TS
100
500
20"0
8|8
300
350
TS
6.424
46 x 46
500
6.622
GL
6.618
BL
20"
CHS
2
2
180
D
10"~
525
23/10
600
16"0
6.246B8"~
165
D
10"~
GL
GL
26"0
105
8"~
6.426
GL
S
2
1
BL
12"~
12"~
15"0
12"~
34"0
30"0
4' BSC
15"0
4' B/C
16"0
VAV.6.O1.01
14/8 OVAL
4' F/H
350
B
BL
12"0
27/14
GL
17"0
2
12"~
OV
AL
T
135
A
8"~
250
12"~
17/9
14/8 OVAL
4' BSC
40"0 UP
38"0 DN.
AS
TS
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
500
6.428500
BL
6.630D
275
A
10"~
GL
16/8 OVAL
AL
100
6' BSC
TS
TS
12
/8
4
6.250
N
6.620
900
16"0
VAV.6.O1.02
6.255B
250
250
600
AL
6.630C
250
BL
750
23/10
TS
12"~
AL
6.255A
2
12"0
250
28|14
2
EF-L2
21/12
AL
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
12"~
13"0
OV
AL
20
/7
100 GL
AL
OV
2
80 T
6"~
GL 100
GL
250
4' BSC
350
TS
GS
15"0
500
|8
17
2
275
A
10"~
BL
(TYP. 2)
16"0
13"0
A
10"~
6.252
500
350
GL
1-1/2" COND.
20/9
B
10|10
D
12"0
6|10
1
BL
6.IM2
6.255
BL
6.432A
500
T
12"~
700 GL
44"0 UP
2
TS
6.630B
5' F/H
12"~
42"0 DN.
B
350
6' BSC
14"~
TS
VAV.6.O1.03
14"~
15"0
D
D
GL
750
85
2 A
6"~
6.254
3' F/H
EF-L5
TS
500 BL
17"~
BL 500
12"~
44"0 UP
R
200
GL
17/9
6.626
42"0 DN.
12"0
GL
T
16"0
6.630A
12"0
GL
150
500
14"0
500
BL
13"0
EF-L1
AL
12"0
6.257A
AL
250
20
/7
11"0
2
250
12"~
TS
TS
12"~
T
12"~
46 X 46 I.D. CURB
6.257
OV
AL
10|12
B
2
165
D
10"~
GL
6.630
5' F/H
2
TS
350
250
12"~
275
10"~
6.028A
TS
A
EE
5' F/H
17"0
6.432
40/12
N
4' BSC
17"0
12"~ BL 500
500
6.IM1
AL
750
2
100
6"~
6"0
12"~
750
12"0
40 x 36
BL
6.010A
46"0 UP
44"0 DN.
4' F/H
2
12"~
4' BSC
TS
700
GL
F
600
14"~
32"0
40 x 40
12"~
10"~
12"~
750 BL
10"~
A
B.F./L-??
D
6.256
100
6"~
BL
500
12"~
12"~
B
VAV.6.O1.04
6.632
12"~
15"0
2
1
145
8"~
10"~
2
8|10
2
2
11"0
D
15"0
40 x 16
10"0
TS
40 x 38
550
~
6.2MI
500
500
6.002A
S
500
BL
6.2M2
38"0
750
6.259
12"~
6.434
1
12"~
GL
6.634
9"0
100
6"~
85
6.258A 6"~
275
A
10"~
8|10
70
AL
TS
TS
12"~
10"~
BL
12"~
10"~
B
12|12
300
GL
12"~
GL
150
GL
F
FUNNEL TYPE
EXHAUST HOSE
14"~
2
VAV.6.O3.10
1235 CFM EA.
44 x 42
600
5 IF ALTERNATE 1 IS TAKEN, REFER TO DRAWING
PLAN AS NEEDED FOR DIFFUSER LOCATIONS.
S
400
12"~
12"~
1
4 VERIFY EXSISTING DUCT SIZE AND NOTE ON AS-BUILTS.
VAV.6.O3.09
T
10
"
8|10
T
12|12
1
F
F
GL
S
3 TAP EXISTING DUCT FOR NEW DIFFUSER.
VAV.6.O3.07
9"0
16"0
TS
A
1
11"0
F
2
6.2J2
GS
70
34"0
17"0
F
6.2H2
12"0
6.261
1
VAV.6.O1.11
C
2
12"~
6.636
RISE
1
13"0
BL
6.277
300
10"~
2 PROVIDE NEW FLEX AND DIFFUSER AS NOTED.
12"~
26/10
20/9
4' BSC
750
2
6.260
D
F
T
VAV.6.O1.05
150
8"~
VAV.6.O1.08
A
1
C
V
F
GL
6.262
2
4' BSC
600
B
2
F
225
A
10"~
1
250
A
10"~
275
A
10"~
2
23/10
12|10
2
10|12
1
2
DROP
1235cfm
VAV.6.O3.12
14"0
1
F
D
1
1235cfm
DROP
1
B
300
12x6
E
2
550
36/22
1
RISE
DROP
VAV.6.O1.07
275
A
10"~
140
8"~
24/24
V
B
6.4H1
2
RISE
B
V
1 INSTALL NEW DUAL DUCT BOX WITH CONTROLS, DUCT,
FLEX, AND DIFFUSERS AS SHOWN AND SPECIFIED.
2
T
T
V
12/14
VAV.6.O1.12
2
10|12
T
VAV.6.O1.06
VAV.6.O1.10
2
2
T
T
VAV.6.O1.09
2
B
2
11"0
2
B
2
B
B
VAV.6.O3.08
2
VAV.6.O3.11
14"0
F
T
B
10|12
2
B
B
300
12x6
E
2
14|12
2
PROVIDE ALTERNATE PRICING (ALTERNATE NUMBER 1) TO PROVIDE MOTION SENSORS.
IN EVERY OFFICE. MOTION SENSORS SHALL BE TO TIE INTO THE BAS TO CONTROL OCCUPIED
/UNOCCUPIED MODE.
DRAWING NOTES:
15"0
B
T
2
B
T
2
23/10
2
225
10"~
A
25/12
B
6.284B
(TYP.)
2
B.
95
5
6"~
A
23/14
2
2
12|10
2
12|10
225
10"~
A
260
10"~
2
A
6.284
12"~
B
165
8"~
A
2
A
N
14|12
A
8"~
20/9
2 175
170
6.278
2
A
8"~
2
6.274
6.282A
225
2
10"~
215
A
8"~
1440cfm
2
6.282
A
6.280
150
8"~
D
2
175
6.284A
8"~
40/12
6.270A
2
A
150
8"~
D
12"~
6.264
2
150
8"~
D
2
2
12"0
6.264A
A
2
6.270B
2
6.270
115
8"~
2
24/20
2
160
8"~
A
2
2
S
175
8"~
165
8"~
150
8"~
D
150
8"~
D
12|12
A
2
10|14
150
8"~
D
6.2M2
2
12|12
150
8"~
D
24/20
2
150
8"~
D
640cfm
2
150
D
8"~
150
D
8"~
50/14
2
150
D
8"~
3680cfm
2
150
8"~
D
16|14
150
8"~
D
THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
S
150
8"~
D
A.
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: RENO AREA A
DRAWING:
M 2.61
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
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E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
GENERAL NOTES:
6.D
6.E
2
2
6.018G
VAV.6.O5.06
280
A
10"~
480
12"~
VAV.6.O5.07
B
2
4'
BSC
VAV.6.O3.02
2
350
2
A
450
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
TS
2
6.012
GL
500
TS
5'
BL
500
8" COND.
5" STM
42"0
46"0
20"0
12"~
12
"~
GL
12"~
6.290
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.018D
6.277
6.636
6.262
275
10"~
BL 750
6.043A
900
TS
525
GL
6.154
6.157
6.632
CLNG
6.148
4" INS
6.432
750 BS
PIPE
B
6.020
6.630
6.257
6.256
6.630A
6.257A
6.432A
6.626
6.012
6.0T1
METAL SUPPORTS
CLNG TO STRUC
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
METAL CROSS
6.254
6.255
6.010A
THRU CLNG 1'
6.428
6.426
6.630C
6.255A
6.255B
6.146
6.332
6.026
6.522B
B
C
6.015A
6.010
6.013
6.528
6.028
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.524
6.029
6.424
6.008
16"~
6.422
6.144A
6.029A
6.015
6.630D
6.620
6.622
6.250
6.011
6.143
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.031
6.520
6.007
6.420
6.618
6.007A
6.418
A
V
G
6.612B
6.2MI
450
450
6.246B
6.2M2
GS
6.147
6.532
6.326A
3" WASTE
6.630B
25/12
GS
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
V
G
V
6.140A
6.322
6.320
6.041
6.033
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
600
500
TS
A
900
6.035
6.139
3" UNINS.
17|8 OVAL
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
6.510
6.1J1
GL 200
6.003
6.240C
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
6.608
A
G
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
A
6.043
V
6.001
BL 500
A
PIPE
6.306
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.308
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.240A
6.402A
A
G
6.135
V
6.404
6.600
6.240
BS
GYP. BOARD
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
12"~
6.138
6.035
PIPE
6.233
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.200A
TS
6.2T2
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
G
6.132C
6.133
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.2J1
V
A
6.100
23/10
GS
12"~
6.314
TO STRUCT.
2" UNINS.
6.241
BS
6.1T2
6.043A
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
V
3" WASTE
6" RAISED
17|8 OVAL
12"~
G
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
A
6.032
12"~
6.612
6.246A
6.602
275
10"~
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
6.169B
6.016
1050
EF-L16
3" WASTE
32"0 UP
26"0 DN.
20"0
12"~
6.132A
6.200C
6.232
3" FLEX HOSE
50
6.200
6.230
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.100A
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
12"~
6.A
6.B
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
TO BELOW CEILING
6.6
6.N
20"~
PIPE
OF TE
XA
S
TE
TA
THE SEAL APPEARING ON THIS DRAWING WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
HEATHER CAMDEN
F
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
SI
ON A L E N
EE
ES
CENSED
R
86883
LI
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6.156
6.0J1
PIPE
6.005
2
500
6.158
2-1/2" INS
S
11"0
6.003
6.160
6.414
500
12"~
6.164A
6.163
6.258
A
11"0
12"~
6.164
6.173
6.169A
500
500 BL
12"~
6.166
CLNG
6.175
PIPE
PIPE
6.002A
A
GL
6.168
2' RAISED
4" INS
6.252
600
6.170
6.014
3/4" Cu
6.259
S
F/H
6.172
6.178
6.169
6.434
6.634
12"~
GL 550
6.180
6.2J2
6.261
(TYP. 2)
12"~
6.182
T
1-1/2" COND.
5'
6.184
6.018G
6.018
MECHANICAL RENO AREA B PLAN
E&C
6.018F
6.018E
PIPE
PR O
1
6.172A
6.018C
6.260
18"~
6.005
12"~
20/7 OVAL
14"0
6.292
6.284B
6.280
6.278
6.274
2" INS
28"0
8"~
12"0
12"~
17"0
33/14
GYP. BOARD
28|14
525
12"0
15"0
12"~
2
20/7 OVAL
9
|
3
GL
600
PIPE
6.270B
S
2
2" UNINS.
6.270
6.152
RAISED
13"0
6.006
44"0 UP
42"0 DN.
6.270A
TS
6.318
12"~
F/H
6.264
6.018A
18"0
750
GL
BL
12"0
3'
17"~
20" CHS
30"0
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.F
6.E
S
12"~
BL
900
20"0
16"~
GL
750
10"~
450
20" CHR
36"0
6.D
4 - 3"
BSC
STACKED PIPE
TO STRUCT.
375 GL
6" COND.
6.C
34"0
COND
TS
FROM CLNG.
BL
500
10" 70# ST.
S
450
33/14
S
275
3' F/H
250
10"0
TS
24"0
525
28|14
GL
125 AL
TS
12"~
5'
6.414
400
6.033
200
TS
TO AUTOCLAVE
24"0
30"0
27|16
6.322
13"0
20"0
GL
16"0
23/10
EF-B3
F/H
6.041
BL
12"~
32"0
14|12
18"0
TS
12"~
EF-B2
BL 500
AL 500
DRIER
250
5'
8"~
125 AL
TS
500
750
500
500
FL
TO GLASS
28"0
500
100
12
"~
6.0H4
6.2MI
600
25/12
S
20
/7
14"0
6.007A
GL
23/10
13"~
6.007
12"~
BL
900
6.030
BL
250
20"0
4' F/H
11"0
12"~
12"~
OV
AL
B.F./L-??
11"0
GL
BL
27/14
6.031
BL
26"0
30"0
6.326
500
550
28|14
6.01175
27/14
6.418
EF-L15
12"~
12"~
GL
500 BL
500
36 X 36 I.D. CURB
250
13"0
16"0
12"~
BL
500
AL
40"0
GL
275
A
10"~
2
12"~
125
500
BL
6.029
12"~
12"~
TS
34"0 UP
6
12"~
11"0
GL
28"0 DN.
BL
12"~
32"0
12"0
BL
GL
500
500
TS
500
250
550
AL
6.013
600
250
6.028
TS
TS
300
28|14
600
4'
23/10
BL
12"~
2
AL
~
12"~
4906'
A
12"~
BSC6.015A
12"~
12"~
AL
OV
15"0
250
GL
500
750
F/H
6
"
~
14|14
6.010
400
BL
5'
300
750
GL 400
6.015
20/9
F/H
6.029A
550
12"~
GL
12"~
100 GS
12"~
GL
TS
GL
F/H
3" WASTE
750
COND
12"~
900
6
GL
6.026
12"~
F/H
525
525
6.008
100
12"~
36 X 36 I.D. CURB
|8
17
6.422
BL 500
BL 500
1
1
11"0
AL
20/9
C
250
500
6.326A
18"0
"~
12
12"~
6.010A
12"~
12"~
B
250
32"0 UP
28"0 DN.
18"0
GL
4 - 3"
AL
44 X 44
I.D. CURB
"0
16
12"~
11"0
EF-L14
TS
"
12
17"0
BL
GL
350
300
B
12"~
"~
12
6.426
EF-L11
VAV.6.O5.01
6.IM1
17/9
GL 100
600
AL
OV
42"0 DN.
GL
350
32"0
300
GL
5'
VAV.6.O3.01
/7
20
44"0 UP
BL
AROUND DUCT
2
150
B
12"~
12"~
BL 500
CLNG TO STRUC
12"~
4' F/H
500
TS
METAL SUPPORTS
T
T
500
150
A
6.0T2
10"~
GL
12"~
GL
550
6 ADD A NEW NETWORK AUTOMATION ENGINE (NAE) IN THE
YELLOW CHASE AND THE GREEN CHASE.
100
12"~
13"~
12"~
GL
12"~
350
BL
5 IF ALTERNATE 1 IS TAKEN, REFER TO DRAWING
PLAN AS NEEDED FOR DIFFUSER LOCATIONS.
6.173
GL
6.028A
EF-L10
500
490
12"~
A
4 VERIFY EXSISTING DUCT SIZE AND NOTE ON AS-BUILTS.
VAV.6.O5.15
100
500
BL
1
140
8"~
7"0
10"0
3' F/H
2
10"~
17"~
17"0
2
34"0
CEV.6.O5.08
12"~
1
2
"
0
17"0
6.0T1
275
10"~
12
"~
14"~
6.020
4' F/H
17"~
100
A
10"~
A
TS
GL
42"0 DN.
B
A
12"~
275
44"0 UP
600
140
8"~
7"0
1
50
6x6
12|14
500
7"0
11"0
12"~
BL
T
1
6.0J1
6|6
34"0
12"~ BL 500
T
VAV.6.O5.02
6.016
2
18"0 PIPE
F
12|12
3/4" Cu
T
6|10
12"~
PIPE
AL
1
"~
12
350
A
10"~
250
6.175
12"~
1
VAV.6.O5.03
T
11"0
T
3 TAP EXISTING DUCT FOR NEW DIFFUSER.
TS
250
AL
32"0
2 PROVIDE NEW FLEX AND DIFFUSER AS NOTED.
1
BL 500
PIPE
2-1/2" INS
PIPE
VAV.6.O5.09
BSC
4" INS
42"0
GL
4'
GL
VAV.6.O5.08
S
12"~
10|12
1
T
6.0H3
VAV.6.O3.03
DROP
6.IM3
A
1
4" INS
225
A
10"~
2
1 INSTALL NEW DUAL DUCT BOX WITH CONTROLS, DUCT,
FLEX, AND DIFFUSERS AS SHOWN AND SPECIFIED.
VAV.6.O5.17
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Camden
Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
N
2
F
B.F./L-22
2
2
16"0
500
20"0
14"0
VAV.6.O5.12
300
6.014
GL 350
2
DRAWING NOTES:
T
325
12x6
E
330
A
10"~
20/10
36"0
2
T
28/34
12|12
BL
3
1
/
1
2
6.434
T
T
VAV.6.O5.11
B
100
A
8"~
7"0
F
12|12
RISE
N
31/12
12~
S
2
6.018
2
2
4
VAV.6.O5.16
6.IM2
1
25/12
20/9
450
275
A
F
3' F/H
GL
A
2
PIPE
F
500
T
5
(TYP.)
B
6.2M3
T
100
8"~
9"0
S
13"0
S
BL
A
VAV.6.O3.04
VAV.6.O3.06
100
8"~
B
2
T
T
B
B
100
8"~
A
2" INS
12"~
B
6.174
1
B
B
T
A
6.028A
B
12|12
B
100
8"~
1
1
T
2
6.178
1
2
1
2
A
PROVIDE ALTERNATE PRICING (ALTERNATE NUMBER 1) TO PROVIDE MOTION SENSORS.
IN EVERY OFFICE. MOTION SENSORS SHALL BE TO TIE INTO THE BAS TO CONTROL OCCUPIED
/UNOCCUPIED MODE.
6.IM1
VAV.6.O3.05
2
2
12"~
RISE
2
T
6.180
2
2
2
12|12
6.182
14|14
200
8"~
2
VAV.6.O5.10
6.1842
6.0H2
250
A
10"~
B
T
350
10"~
A
8|10
6.018F
120
A
8"~
10"~
B
6.018E
12|12
200
2A 8"~
160
8"~
2
12"~
B
2
2
2
B
6.018A
8|10
1740cfm
T
2
8|10
2
N
300
E
12x6
12|10
2
6.018D
8|12
VAV.6.O5.04
160
8"~
A
10/10
A
6.018C
VAV.6.O5.05
14|12
2
225
A
10"~
320
10"~
A
B.
150
8"~
D
2
12|6
2
10"~
2
240
10"~
A
2
150
8"~
D
12/10
2
6.018B
225
A
150
8"~
D
2
2
2
115
8"~
2
2
150
8"~
D
16/10
220
8"~
2
150
8"~
D
8|10
A
6.293
6.291
2
2
205
8"~
150
8"~
D
9330cfm
6.290
A
145
A 2
8"~
6.292
A
2
150
8"~
D
150
D
8"~
8|10
A
150
8"~
D
2
2
2
150
8"~
D
10|12
2
160
8"~
150
8"~
D
10|12
145 135
A
8"~ 8"~
150
8"~
8|10
2
D
14|12
2
150
D
8"~
150
8"~
THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
S
D
N
150
8"~
N
D
A.
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: RENO AREA B
DRAWING:
M 2.62
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
6.F
CLNG
50/
12"~
GL
12"~
GL 145
36"0
17"0
600
GL
750
5'
F/H
52/
20"0
TS
550
BL
6.522
GL 350
200
900
6.520
TS
12"~
6.320
8"0
12"0
23/10
8|10
2
25/12
23"0
150
8"~
8|12
180
A
8"~
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
TS
12"~
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.434
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
6.1T2
900
AL
6.016
6.632
6.148
C
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
A
13"0
B
6.257
6.257A
16"0
6.147
2
B
6.255
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
F
100
8"~
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.008
6.139
6.324
6.030
6.031
6.011
6.420
6.322
V
G
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.318
6.416
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
6.510
6.1J1
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
6.240C
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
6.608
A
G
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
2
A
2
PIPE
6.306
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.308
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.240A
6.402A
A
G
6.135
V
6.404
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.2T2
6.200B
6.100D
6.402
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
G
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.2J1
V
150
D
8"~
6.132C
6.133
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
2
6.138
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
A
6.100
6.132A
6.200C
6.232
6.200
6.230
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.100A
6.A
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
TE
TA
F
SI
6.130B
6.130
6.100C
6.130A
6.112C
6.6
THE SEAL APPEARING ON THIS DRAWING WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
ON A L E N
R
EE
CENSED
N
PR O
86883
ES
6.128
OF TE
XA
HEATHER CAMDEN
LI
6.126
6.112D
6.N
280
A
10"~
MECHANICAL RENO AREA C PLAN
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
6.316A
6.314
TO STRUCT.
3" WASTE
280
A
10"~
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
6.140A
6.140
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.602A
V
6.B
6.1T1
6.514A
6.514
6.139
6.005
A
6x6
B
6.316
6.516
6.414
6.612
6.245
6.600
6"~
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
A.P.
A
6.246A
6.233
VAV.6.O8.01
6.IM2
A
6.612B
6.2MI
150
D
8"~
6.320
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.IM1
6.246B
6.142
6.520
6.007
6.618
6.143
6.522
6.622
6.250
6.145
6.524
6.029
6.424
6.620
6.422
A
42 X 42 I.D. CURB
EF-L25
1
6.522A
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
2
6.144A
6.528
6.015
6.028A
6.254
N
6.1J1
50
6.029A
COND
6.010A
125
8"~
3" WASTE
4 - 3"
6.146
6.522B
6.012
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
S
14"~
6.508
6.522C
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.630B
VAV.6.L8.01
200
12"~
TS
250 AL
6.0T2
6.324A
6.326A
6.2M2
275
10"~
2
100
A
8"~
20"
40"0 DN.
TS
2" PVC
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.630A
6.200A
20"~
CLNG
6.163
6.169B
6.0J1
PIPE
S
650
10|10
T
200
B
12"~
6.510
T
A
2
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
6.169A
2-1/2" INS
PIPE
S
10"0
250
2
8|10
325
750
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
6.634
6.259
6.630
B
6.154
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.260
6.240
5' F/H
6.156
6.152
6.626
PLENUM
275
10"~
6.158
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11:00:55-06'00'
N
BL
6.512
A
6.160
T
6.002A
500
14"0
2
6.164A
PIPE
6.256
GL
18X16
6.164
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
S
34"0 UP
40 X 40 I.D. CURB
TS
Engineers & Consultants Inc.
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.018A
23"0
13"0
25/12
28|14
100
21/12
GL
12"~
32"0 DN.
GL
E&C
6.F
6.E
6.532
250
27/14
EF-L21
27/14
21/12
D
6.D
3/4" Cu
17"0
12"~
6.310
6.140
2
2
6.258
42"0 UP
BL 500
6.C
28"0
12"0
250
EF-B6
30"0
GL
16"0
AL
GL
GL
200
200
AL
250
20"~
1
500
12"~
21/12
6.314A
40"0
21"0
2
S
TS
50
12"~
33/14
18|10
38"0
B
S
3" FLEX HOSE
6.514
6" COND.
12" STM.
6.020
14"~
GL
6.514A
40"0
CLNG TO STRUC
GL
275
6.314
250 AL
250
350
12"~
10"~
AL
BL
350
12"~
TO BELOW CEILING
I.D. CURB
200
A
TS
TS
AL 250
S
BL 500
28 X 28
EF-B5
12"~
150
1
2
"
~
27/14
12"~
2
6.516
S
GL 200
250
16"0
2
2
20" CHR.
6.316A
TS
GL
TS
450
AS
B
E
20"0
20"0 DN.
18|10
AL
6.316
A
6.141
8"~
T
20"
6.1H1
250
16"0
6.IM3
12"0
10"0
25/12
150
8"~
130
16"0
33/14
6.5H1
GL 500
6.318
D
130
8"~
CHS
12"~
750 BS
6.IM2
6.3H1
GYP. BOARD
150
8"~
VAV.6.O7.01
28"0
24"0 UP
EF-L20
TS
A
2
B
32"0
TS
D
2
TO AUTOCLAVE
33/14
2
6.142
T
12"~
BL 500
33/14
12"~
GL
EF-B4
275
10"~
250
10"0
GS
750
150
8"~
2
12"0
BL
D
N
TS
TS
900
GL
750
12"0
10"~
10/10
27|16
A
500 BL
12"~
2
180
8"~
A
6.143
200
TS
DRIER
RAISED
350
275
A
10"~
1
23/10
GL
5' F/H
6.322
BL
2
VAV.6.O7.02
B
GL
12"~
TO GLASS
13"0
12"~
17
|8
750
TS
150
8"~
2
12|12
27/14
42 X 42 I.D. CURB
500
D
2
17
|8
6.324
14"0
12|12
T
12"~
GL
28|14
14"~
500
450
EF-L24
12"0
BL
21/12
500
16"0
42 X 42 I.D. CURB
12"~
BL
BL
18"0
6.524
2
2 6.144A
B
TS
6.145
40"0 DN.
12"~
175
8"~
A
42"0 UP
EF-L19
12"~
14|12
2
BL 500
B.F./L-37
38"0 UP
220
A
10"~
8|10
14/10 OVAL
34"0 DN.
AL 500
2
B
650
150
8"~
2
2
GL
18"0
2
350
12"~
14"0
500
BL
6.522A
2- 1" COND
12"~
21/12
600
BL
25/12
6.146
GL
GL
500 BL
12"~
12"~
6.528
D
T
VAV.6.O7.03
OV
AL
500
16"0
500
TS
TS
500
4' F/H
6.326
1
200
25/12
25/12
GL
12"~
275 350 GL
A
10"~
8|12
GL 300
TS
500
18"0
500
500
2 10"~
VAV.6.O7.04
N
750 BL
27/14
14/10 OVAL
14"0
TS
500
6.522B
900
BL
FL
42 X 42 I.D. CURB
GL
BL
260
A
275
10"~
6.147
18"0
43" DIAM.
I.D. CURB
12"~
GL
18"0
GL
2
6.2M3
125
EF-L23
13"0
AS
T
500 BL
42 X 42
12"~
12"~
44"0 UP
40"0 DN.
12"~
12"~
18"0
6.532
12"~
TS
6.332
BL 500
2
B
200
16"0
38"0 UP
34"0 DN.
6.148
T
2
A
275
TS
A
10"~
14"O
6.326A
EF-L18
12"~
12"0
16"0
250 AS
GS
450
500
4'
GL 100
6.522C
44/
24
TS
AL
12"O
6.324A
12"~
250
VAV.6.O7.05
1
TS
BL
F/H
100
12"~
16"0
12"~
275
10"~
A
TS
600
12"~
12"~
16"0
125
2
16"0
AS 250
12"~
16"0
TS
BL 500
30
GS
AS
12"~
12"~
GL 300
T
5 IF ALTERNATE 1 IS TAKEN, REFER TO DRAWING
PLAN AS NEEDED FOR DIFFUSER LOCATIONS.
10"0
50
515 CFM
16"0
13"0
4 VERIFY EXSISTING DUCT SIZE AND NOTE ON AS-BUILTS.
6.IM3
450
95
8"~
A
B
8|12
VAV.6.O7.15
3 TAP EXISTING DUCT FOR NEW DIFFUSER.
6.150
2
VAV.6.O7.06
10|12
1
6.157
500
BL
7"0
6.165
2
6|8
2' RAISED
12"~
GL
145
8|10
8|10
T
CLNG
12"0
250
12"~
AL
14|12
30"0
7"0
2' RAISED
2 PROVIDE NEW FLEX AND DIFFUSER AS NOTED.
2
1
15"0
1 INSTALL NEW DUAL DUCT BOX WITH CONTROLS, DUCT,
FLEX, AND DIFFUSERS AS SHOWN AND SPECIFIED.
B
TS
GL
6.163
12"0
GL
12"~
750 BL
325
A
10"~
2
T
11"0
38
10"~
DRAWING NOTES:
1
12"~
AL
10|12
250
BL
F
10"~
100
100
400
500
6.169B
1
400
A
12"~
TS
PROVIDE ALTERNATE PRICING (ALTERNATE NUMBER 1) TO PROVIDE MOTION SENSORS.
IN EVERY OFFICE. MOTION SENSORS SHALL BE TO TIE INTO THE BAS TO CONTROL OCCUPIED
/UNOCCUPIED MODE.
6.152
12|12
T
T
VAV.6.O7.11
2
51/14
GL
42/
B
2
2
VAV.6.O7.16
TST
6.169
6.169A
T 2
T
UP
B.
VAV.6.O7.10
8|12
B
12|12
F
175
GL
N
VAV.6.O7.14
82/16
VAV.6.O5.15
6.173
F
24/12
6.154
VAV.6.O7.09
N
26/10
8/16
2
1
AL
B
RISE
1
74/16
82/16
12/10
250
VAV.6.O7.08
1
24/12
T
8|10
2
2
2
B
14|14
B
320
10"~
A
B
2
T
DROP
6.156
2
THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
2
225
A
10"~
2
285
10"~
C
6.1H2
TS
AL
240
10"~
2A
A
16"0
1
TS
6.175
300
10"~
6.158
2
E
225
10"~ 2
A
T
2
A.
2
285
A
10"~
OV
AL
1
VAV.6.O5.13
250
VAV.6.O7.13
B
DROP
A
325
12x6
B T
T
12|12
V
C
2
16/10
2 T
10|12
B V
B
2
1315cfm
DROP
10|12
250
V
VAV.6.O5.17
RISE
6.160
1
A 2
32/10
2
6|10
2
2
T
1
GENERAL NOTES:
150
8"~
D
2
160
8"~
VAV.6.O7.07
5 (TYP.)
8|10
150
D
8"~
2
20/10
B
A
2
6.164A
6.166
6.164
VAV.6.O7.12
A
6"~
155
8"~
160
A
8"~
10|12
12|6
225
A
10"~
6.168
1315cfm
28/34
2
150
D
8"~
2
16/10
2
2
N
2
B
2
150
8"~
2
225
A
10"~
220
A
10"~
2
6.170
90
B
T
325
12x6
2
1060cfm
VAV.6.O5.14
T
VAV.6.O5.16
E
D
2
2
1
150
D
8"~
150
D
8"~
2
2
225
A
10"~
6.172
2
150
D
8"~
2
740cfm
6.174
225
A
10"~
150
8"~
D
2
10|14
A
8|10
160
8"~
2
150
D
8"~
N
2
150
D
8"~
4400cfm
150
D
8"~
8|10
150
D
8"~
S
6.E
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: RENO AREA C
DRAWING: M 2.63
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
10|12
2
150
8"~
D
8|12
12|12
2
2
150
8"~
8|12
D
150
8"~
D
14"~
A
D
12"~
23/10
12"~
25/12
15"0
21/12
14"0
16"0
12"~
12"0
10|12
10"0
RISE
TS
6.402
F
225
A
10"~
1
1
2
DROP
DROP
24/12
6.222 155
A
A
2
T
205
8"~
8"~
2
T
B
A
V
B
2
6.219
6.220
V
270
A
10"~
B
2
2
270
A
10"~
6.218
B
A
1252
8"~
6.216
2
A
2
14|12
2
10/12
24/12
A
DROP
2
2
250
2
A
300
10"~
E
12x6
RISE
5
B
270
10"~
6.214
2
RISE
T
T
B
1230cfm
2
2
300
12x6
1
1
6.2H3
24/26
VAV.6.O2.09
1
300
A
V
10"~
C
C
F
VAV.6.O4.08
2
2
2
F
24/20
F
24/20
T
E
17/9
BL 500
750 BS
VAV.6.O4.11
VAV.6.O2.06
2
S
VAV.6.O4.10
1235 CFM EA.
VAV.6.O2.07
2
12"~
12"~
11"0
12"0
TS
20/9
VAV.6.02.12
A
1
VAV.6.O2.10
12"~
13"0
14"0
11"0
13"0
11"0
12"0
14"0
10|12
14"0
12"~
6.404A
GL
S
13"0
12"~
300cfm
G
12|6
6.224
150
8"~
12"~
27/14
6.4H1
6.6H1
6.2M2
GS 850
44 x 42
58/14
V
F
6.2J1
6x6
12|12 2
2
195
8"~
2
150
8"~
100
8"~
A
20/10
23/10
2
2
D
6.2T1
2
2
S
B
2
2
150
8"~
T
B
270
A
6.226
10"~
195
8"~
2
2
150
6.2T2
A
8"~
18|14
420
12"~
2
B
270 125
A
6.228
6.230
10"~ 8"~
16|12
T
T
A
GL 100
48 x 46
250
110A
10"~
10|10
2
18|12
14/12
2
B
150
N
A
B
450
BL 500
12"~
48 x 16
50
GL
S
2
D
250
A
10"~
10"~
8|12
4'
BSC
2
1
1
2
F
4'
BSC
3' F/H
275
A
10"~
600
T
1
F
1
255
A
10"~
6.404
40 x 36
BS
F/H
1
14|12 T
12|12
1
V
VAV.6.O2.05
2
D
G
VAV.6.O2.11
150
B
10"~
F
8"0
AL
V
AL 250
F
VAV.6.O2.04
TS
BL 500
12"~
250
S
500
12/12
300
B
10"~
16"0
6.402A
50 X 50 I.D. CURB
2758/6
10"~
A
44"0 UP
42"0 DN.
GS 350
12"~
19"0
40 x 38
17"0
B
42"0 DN.
GL
6|6
34"0
5'
2
TS
16"0
750
150
8"~
V
T
650
4' F/H
G
500
2
G
VAV.6.O2.08
GL 150
TS
B
GL
6.600
2
6
/
1
0
20/10
BL
6.232
2
500A
9"0
S
B.F./L-19
500
44"0 UP
TS
S
16"0
12"~
10"~
2
BL
EF-L9
500
17"0
AL
12"~
40"0
B
150
8"~
V
2
200
BL
6' BSC
5 IF ALTERNATE 1 IS TAKEN, REFER TO DRAWING
PLAN AS NEEDED FOR DIFFUSER LOCATIONS.
6.406
250
15"0
2
A
4' F/H
GL
155
D
10"~
6.602
4 VERIFY EXSISTING DUCT SIZE AND NOTE ON AS-BUILTS.
BL 500
600
GL
17"~
17"0
F
2
TS
32"0
6.240
500 BL
6.410
TS
12"~
G
F
3 TAP EXISTING DUCT FOR NEW DIFFUSER.
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
4' F/H
550
T
200 GL
1
6.408
0
8"
8|12
6.233
BL
6.604
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
BL
GL
500
AL 250
TS
44"0 UP
42"0 DN.
VAV.6.O2.03
T
250
4380cfm
B
155
D
10"~
GL
600 12"~
10|14
2
V
16"~
500
2
A
12"~
275
A
10"~
2 PROVIDE NEW FLEX AND DIFFUSER AS NOTED.
17"0
500
12"~
100
BL
12|12
2
17"~
TS
V
AL
12"~
6.240A
G
EF-L4
12"~
2
450
14/10 OVAL
TS
600
100
DL
2
3'
GL
GL
12"~
250
1 INSTALL NEW DUAL DUCT BOX WITH CONTROLS, DUCT,
FLEX, AND DIFFUSERS AS SHOWN AND SPECIFIED.
F/H
EF-L8
B.F./L-21
930cfm
125
DL
650
DRAWING NOTES:
12"~
GL 150
6.241
TS
4' R/I
GL
6.608
A
250
14/10 OVAL
21/12
EF-L3
250
12"~
12"~
250
8"~
B
10
"~
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
150
12"0
T
DL
12"~
10"~
9"0
6|12
CL
BL
22"0
G
1
12"~
6.414
BL
2
BL 500
15"0
9
17"0
12/8 OVAL
275
10"~
A
12"0
100
F/H
750
12"0
10|12
2
6.240B
VAV.6.O2.02
DL
AL
OV
TS
750 5'
BL 500
23/10
TS
500
BL
PROVIDE ALTERNATE PRICING (ALTERNATE NUMBER 1) TO PROVIDE MOTION SENSORS.
IN EVERY OFFICE. MOTION SENSORS SHALL BE TO TIE INTO THE BAS TO CONTROL OCCUPIED
/UNOCCUPIED MODE.
600
12/8 OVAL
TS
6.412
6.602A
B.
4' F/H
500
I.D. CURB
17"~
/7
20
B
CL
TS
THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
27/14
TS
TS
42"0 DN.
500
6.416
AL 250
A.
12"~
23/14
GL
1" COND.
275
A
10"~
44"0 UP
5' F/H
17/9
125
2
6.416A
12"~
TS
40"0 UP & DN.
2
V
12"~
6.241A
400
GL
BL
13"0
T
150
48 x 48
750
|
G
750
GS
4' BSC
6.612
A
6.616
450
250 AS
GL
A.P.
BL 500
12"~
OV
AL
12"0
12"~
15
20/9
10
"~
1
B
165
D
10"~
V
14"0
23/10
165
D
10"~
G
350
19"0
150
GL
2
V
46 x 46
I.D. CURB
5" STM.
900
17/9 12"~
6.240C
GL
G
750
8"~
250
1050
40/12
28|14
16"0
GL
A
BL
750
TS
VAV.6.O2.01
BL
BL
6.245
12|10
180
D
10"~
A
21/12
36/20
20|14
TS
13"0
6.246A
TS
850
275
10"~
A
2
BL
6.612B
32"0
10"~
2
2
500
30/14
17"0
2
B
GL
V
G
12"~
30"0
2
B
A
12"~
23/14
EF-B1
750
12"~
GENERAL NOTES:
6.418
38"0 DN.
10"~
100
21/12
24"0
6.246
165
D
10"~
21"0
40"0
12"~
165
D
10"~
42"0
12" STM.
12"~
2
42"0
6" COND.
17"0
B
5' F/H
27/14
40"0 UP
20" CHR
EF-G1
6.2H1
2
T
EF-L7
12"~
0
"
2
1
2
8|8
27/14
6.2M3
6.246B8"~
20"0
250
8"~
8"~
16"0
12"~
105
8"~
270
10"~
6.212
B
VAV.6.O4.09
(TYP.)
T
2
6.210
16|14
150
8"~
D
2
2
150
8"~
D
2
D
150
8"~
2
8|12
D
150
8"~
2
2
D
2
150
8"~
D
150
8"~
D
150
8"~
D
150
8"~
2
170
D
10"~
6.C
6.D
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.F
6.E
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
6.152
6.A
2" INS
PIPE
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
S
6.B
6.018G
6.018
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
CLNG
6.163
6.260
6.169A
6.634
6.0J1
PIPE
6.016
PIPE
S
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
3/4" Cu
6.259
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.630
6.257
6.256
6.146
6.326A
6.630A
6.257A
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.626
6.522B
6.012
3" WASTE
6.144A
6.630B
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.528
6.255
6.010A
6.254
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.620
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.622
6.250
6.031
6.011
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.322
S
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.IM2
V
G
6.2MI
6.2M2
6.2M3
A
6.612B
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.IM1
6.246B
6.320
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
6.618
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
S
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
6.240C
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
6.608
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
S
A
G
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
PIPE
6.306
6.137
6.504
6.406
6.308
S
A
6.004
6.506A
6.506
6.134
6.036
1' ABOVE
V
CLNG
6.240A
6.402A
6.135
V
6.002A
G
S
A
6.233
6.404
6.600
6.240
D
G
V
G
V
6.2T2
6.2T1
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.200A
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
A.P.
6.402
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.230
6.228
6.226
6.100
6.132A
6.200C
6.200
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.201
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
S
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N
F
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6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.100C
6.130A
6.112C
6.6
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6.102
6.200D
6.200E
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6.100A
6.B
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Date:
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6.232
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6.132C
6.133
6.2J1
V
MECHANICAL RENO AREA D PLAN
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: RENO AREA D
DRAWING:
M 2.64
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
GENERAL NOTES:
26"0
6.007A
20"0
525
12"~
F
BS
GS
1
350
10"~
6.200A
A
1
2
2
6.206
8|12
2
T
12"~
B
B
2
D
2
2
2
150
8"~
D
100
8"~
B
6.100B
115
A
8"~
2
A
2
150
8"~
D
10"~
270
A
10"~
2
80
6"~
2 2
180
8"~
A
VAV.6.O6.01
B
8|10
150
8"~
D
2
150
8"~
11"0
2
D
150
8"~
6.100A
2
12"~
400
D
D
150
8"~
D
150
8"~
GL
12"~
GL 100
16"0
500
6.306A
250
AL
VAV.6.O6.05
B
14|14
N
T
GL
A
T
VAV.6.O6.08
VAV.6.O6.09
235
A
10"~
2
6.104
2
1
6.106
200
8"~
235
A
10"~
A
155
6.108
A
8"~
2
6.C
6.D
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
150
8"~
D
150
8"~
D
2
150
8"~
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.154
6.018A
150
8"~
6.152
2
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
PIPE
D
T
6.277
6.636
6.262
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
CLNG
6.163
6.260
6.169A
6.634
6.259
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
6.0J1
PIPE
3/4" Cu
D
6.F
6.E
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
2
150
8"~
B
VAV.6.O6.11
2
2
2
T
1
6.102
6.100C
2
B
12|12 8|10
1
A
2
8"~
10/12
V
2
B
10|12
D
225
A
10"~RISE
2
B
T
150
8"~
2
320
10"~
VAV.6.O6.10
T
B
TS
250
1
RCP #3054-02
T
2
D
BL
350
2
150
8"~
12"~
12"~
AL
T
150
8"~
2
325
A
10"~
2
2
100
4'
F/H
6.038
195
A
6.200D
12"~
9"0
VAV.6.O6.06
N
B
2
GL
4' F/H
600
VAV.6.O6.04
1
600
8"~
B
10|12
2
2
D
370
10"~ 195
8"~
1
VAV.6.O6.07
BL 500
4' F/H
TS
4
VAV.6.O6.03
T
2
150
8"~
T
10/10
B
A
2
500
600
34"0
TS
BL
6.200
T
32"0
GL
6.100
2
1
12"~
100
8"~
550
2
2
500 BL
N
70
6"~
6.200C
N
A
2
6.200E
2
D
2
BL
32"0
A
VAV.6.O6.02
8|10
2
2
150
8"~
A
A
B
180
8"~
IF ALTERNATE 1 IS TAKEN, REFER TO DRAWING
PLAN AS NEEDED FOR DIFFUSER LOCATIONS.
18"0
18"~
4
100
A
8"~
B
2
12|12
8"~
10|12
6.100E
A
S
270
6.204200 6.202
6.201
A
150
8"~
100
8"~
T
S
T
T
B
A
A
2
2
B
VAV.6.O4.06
5
34"0 UP
28"0 DN.
6.036
50
140
8"~
2
8|12
T
2B
50
6"~
6.100D
2
6.200B
(TYP.)
14|12
16|12
VAV.6.O4.07
1470cfm
300cfm
RISE
145
A
8"~
B
100
A
8"~
2
1
1
B
B
A
6.100F
VAV.6.O4.04
S
2
2
2
20/9
2
A
500
12"~
36 X 36 I.D. CURB
5
8|10
F
2
300
12x6
2
1
2
1
17|8 OVAL
VAV.6.O4.01
500
T
E
T
2
VAV.6.O4.05
10/12
VERIFY EXSISTING DUCT SIZE AND NOTE ON AS-BUILTS.
500
275
A
10"~
B
450
23/10
20/9
17/9
GL
425
4
BL
50
VAV.6.O6.17
T
6.000
17"0
GL
10/14
12"~
A.P.
6.402
6.0H1
270
10"~
VAV.6.O4.03
1
TAP EXISTING DUCT FOR NEW DIFFUSER
6.016
PIPE
S
S
16"0
TS
250
16/10
34"0
A
270
10"~
A
140
A
8"~
2
150
GL
750
100
12"~
12"~
GL
GL
12
"~
4' BSC
3
1050 GL
50
GL
TS
T
T
TS
PROVIDE NEW FLEX AND DIFFUSER AS NOTED.
500
EF-L17
GL
12"~
10"~
BL
BL
12"~
F
500
12
"~
14"0
TS
BL
7"0
38"0
S
13"0
500
36 X 36 I.D. CURB
AL
TS
10|10
GL
425
12"~
8"~
TS
275
A
10"~
2
6.002
AL
2
125
12|12
12"~
450
250
250
3" FLEX HOSE
TO BELOW CEILING
20"~
20"0
AL
2
AL
125
3" PIPE
INSTALL NEW DUAL DUCT BOX WITH CONTROLS, DUCT,
FLEX, AND DIFFUSERS AS SHOWN AND SPECIFIED.
125
VAV.6.O4.02
10|12
6.002A
14"0
3' F/H
BL
6.037
100
1
12"~
32"0
17|8 OVAL
TS
GL
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
EF-L13
26"0 DN.
1050
6.034
10"~
650
6.402A
GL
32"0 UP
12"~
TS
500
6.039
1
PIPE
T
6.043
500
3" WASTE
EF-L16
GS
12"~
525
AL
6.001
T
6.004
16"0
500
250
TS
16"0
2
23/10
20/10
11"0
10"0
50
AL
12"~
350
17/9
B.F./L-??
BL 500
GL
BL 500
12"~
BS
GYP. BOARD
17|8 OVAL
3" UNINS.
BL
DRAWING NOTES:
6.032
6.035
450
6" RAISED
2
12"~
125
GL
16
"0
44"0 UP
42"0 DN.
DROP
~
12"~
AL
50
12"~
750
GL 600
250
A
10"~
GL
900
BS
275
10"~
12"~
6.045
GL
350
GL
12"~
6.003
20/9
12"~
12"~
DN
BL
PIPE
BL 500
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
D
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
6.630
6.257
6.256
6.146
6.326A
6.630A
6.257A
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.626
6.522B
6.012
3" WASTE
6.144A
6.630B
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.528
6.255
6.010A
6.254
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.620
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.622
6.250
6.031
6.011
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.322
S
6.616
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.IM2
6.2MI
V
G
6.416A
6.246
6.A
6.2M2
6.2M3
A
6.612B
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.IM1
6.246B
6.320
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
6.618
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
S
6.N
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
PIPE
6.003
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.240C
6.045
6.241A
6.608
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
S
A
G
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
G
V
6.135
6.002A
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
E
6.200A
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
G
6.200B
A
6.100D
6.306A
6.111
6.119
6.038
6.125
PROJECTION
SCREEN
6.132B
6.131
6.127
6.100
6.132A
6.200C
6.232
6.200
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.200E
6.200D
6.100A
6.A
6.B
S
F
SI
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112A
6.124
6.126
6.128
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
6.6
6.N
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6.104
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6.102
G
I
Digitally signed
by Heather
Camden
Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
N
6.230
HEATHER CAMDEN
Engineers & Consultants Inc.
6.132C
6.133
6.100B
6.000
6.2J1
V
E&C
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.2T2
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
6.134
1' ABOVE
CLNG
G
6.404
6.240
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
6.506
6.402A
A
6.600
1
6.506A
6.036
V
6.233
SIXTH FLOOR
6.137
6.504
6.308
6.004
6.240A
MECHANICAL RENO AREA E PLAN
PIPE
6.306
6.406
S
A
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
S
1
TS
A
GS
450
600
500
500 BL
12"~
12"~
1-1/2" Cu
GS
500
500
12"~
14"0
500 BL
F
600
12"~
900
TS
20/7 OVAL
GL
600
EF-L12
VAV.6.O4.11
6.043A
12"~
9
|
3
2" UNINS.
14"~
BL 500
GL
BL 750
8"~
12"~
275
A
10"~
20/7 OVAL
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
BL 500
F/H
18"~
12"0
2
44"0 UP
42"0 DN.
17"0
BSC
BSC
GL 550
12"~
2
6.006
PIPE
BSC
5'
12"~
450
4'
6.318
25/12
28"0
6.005
12"0
3'
F/H
750 BS
13"0
10"~
900
TO STRUCT.
20" CHS
33/14
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
12"~
12"~
5'
750
BL
PROVIDE ALTERNATE PRICING (ALTERNATE NUMBER 1) TO PROVIDE MOTION SENSORS.
IN EVERY OFFICE. MOTION SENSORS SHALL BE TO TIE INTO THE BAS TO CONTROL OCCUPIED
/UNOCCUPIED MODE.
6750cfm
450
FROM CLNG.
4'
525
12"0
3' F/H
20"0
18"0
750
GL
BL
TS
17"~
GL
B.
12/10
24"0
15"0
12"~
12"~
275
20" CHR
30"0
THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
10"0
TS
STACKED PIPE
BS
12"~
200
525
28|14
GL
BL
6.410
TS
375 GL
28|14
30"0
12/8 OVAL
500
GL
16"0
23/10
BL
500
36"0
6" COND.
24"0
32"0
6.414
12"~
EF-B2
BL 500
6.033
125 AL
34"0
10" 70# ST.
8|10
600
46"0
125 AL
TS
13"~
27/14
12/8 OVAL
5" STM
42"0
400
12"~
4' F/H
8" COND.
13"0
20"0
GL
A.
6.322
F/H
6.041
BL
12
"
12"~
6.0H4
6.2MI
6.418
500
12
"~
20"0
EF-B3
5'
8"~
500
12
"~
27/14
12"~
BL
16"~
30"0
12"~
40"0
500
TS
250
6.0H2
500 BL
BL
18"0
750
6.IM1
125
16"0
100
12"~
12"0
23/10
14|12
500
S
12/8 OVAL
6.007
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH:RENO AREA E
DRAWING:
M 2.65
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
6.324
GL 350
TS
5' F/H
200
DRIER
TS
46/
GL
12"0
RISE
DROP
28/27
VAV.6.O6.12
PROJECTION
A
10"~
V
C
1315cfm
A
T
VAV.6.O6.15
B
8"~
600CFM
E
VAV.6.O6.11
VAV.6.O6.15
6"~
400CFM
155
8"~
6.112F
8|12
A
250
10"~
A
6.112E
A
B
10"~
325
12x6
8"~
8"~
520CFM
E
8"~
E
32/10
20/10
16/10
2 A 225
B
10/12
8|10
GS
1
6.131
70
1
T
8"~
600CFM
VAV.6.O8.12
A
VAV.6.O8.12
6.112A
A
150
2
B
T
E
6.112B
150
6.132 A
100
8"~
A
100
8"~
T
2
2
6.132A
VAV.6.O8.09
8"~
600CFM
100
8"~
2
6.128
150
8"~
2
150
8"~
D
150
8"~
130
8"~
A
A
VAV.6.O8.07
10|12
T
6.130B
T
6.130
130
8"~
130
8"~
A
2
2
155
2
8"~
A
2
6.130A285
A
A
155
A
8"~
2
2
2
B
1
2
2
8"~
2
10|10
2
VAV.6.O8.10
2
6.126
B
2
14|12
1
E
A
B
B
14|12
12|10
8|10
6.124
6.112C
A
GS
2
2
10"~
VAV.6.O8.11
6.112D
150
160
8"~
2
VAV.6.O8.08
VAV.6.O6.14
VAV.6.O6.14
A
B
1
VAV.6.O8.15
250
VAV.6.O8.11
E
1
T
VAV.6.O8.05
2 A 400
12"~
B
1120cfm
B
1
T
B
B
860cfm
325
E
12x6
2
2
6.12770
VAV.6.O8.13
210
8"~
1315cfm
2
V
150
8"~
VAV.6.O8.04
B
12|6 12|12
A
2
2
600
VAV.6.O8.13
6.1H3
250
T
GL
24/12
C
8"~
2
290
10"~
6.C
6.D
6.F
6.E
10"~
6.284A 6.284
6.282
6.264A
6.264
6.270A
6.270
6.270B
6.292
6.284B
6.290
6.280
6.278
6.274
6.018B
6.293
6.291
6.172A
6.018C
6.018D
6.018F
6.018E
6.184
6.182
6.180
6.172
6.178
6.170
6.168
6.166
6.164
6.164A
6.160
6.158
6.156
6.152
6.018G
6.018
2" INS
PIPE
T
2
6.277
6.636
6.262
2
6.169
6.2J2
6.261
6.434
6.157
2' RAISED
6.014
CLNG
4" INS
6.175
PIPE
6.173
CLNG
6.163
6.169A
6.634
6.258
6.169B
2-1/2" INS
6.0J1
PIPE
3/4" Cu
6.259
6.016
PIPE
6.632
6.148
4" INS
6.432
METAL SUPPORTS
PIPE
CLNG TO STRUC
6.020
6.0T1
AROUND DUCT
6.0T2
6.324A
6.522C
6.147
6.532
D
120
8"~
D
120
8"~
D
120
8"~
D
120
8"~
D
150
8"~
D
150
8"~
D
150
8"~
D
150
D
8"~
150
8"~
D
150
8"~
150
D
8"~
D
150
8"~
D
150
8"~
6.257
6.256
6.257A
6.146
6.332
6.026
6.432A
6.626
6.522B
6.012
3" WASTE
6.144A
6.630B
6.029A
4 - 3"
COND
6.528
METAL CROSS
THRU CLNG 1'
6.254
6.255
6.428
1-1/2" COND.
6.426
(TYP. 2)
B
6.015
C
6.028
6.015A
6.010
6.028A
8"~
6.326A
6.630A
6.010A
150
6.150
2' RAISED
6.165
6.260
6.630
D
6.154
6.018A
S
VAV.6.O6.12
DROP
150
150
8"~
D
2
TS
6.125
6"~
240CFM
IF ALTERNATE 1 IS TAKEN, REFER TO DRAWING
PLAN AS NEEDED FOR DIFFUSER LOCATIONS.
6.132B
VAV.6.O8.06
30"0
E
D
6.134A
B
6.133
15"0
TS
8|12
8|12
9"0
17"0
13"0
500
UP
36"0
4200cfm
1
6.1H1
6.IM3
12"0
~
2
"
BL
12"~
TS
8|12
10/14
6"~
320CFM
5
1
450
44/16
E
VERIFY EXSISTING DUCT SIZE AND NOTE ON AS-BUILTS.
2
275
A
10"~
F
24/12
4
VAV.6.O8.03
6|10
12/10
275
10"~
V
VAV.6.O6.16
TS
GL
2
16"0
F
150
8"~
2
6.134
N
SCREEN
TS
D
125
8"~
A
T
6"0
12"~
2
10/12
2
32"0
72/14
TS
TAP EXISTING DUCT FOR NEW DIFFUSER
8|12
B
500
26/10
AL
6.136
TS
6.135
500 BL
VAV.6.O8.14
6.119
3
2
N
650
42 X 42 I.D. CURB
500 BL
36
16/10
BL
F
900 GL
PROVIDE NEW FLEX AND DIFFUSER AS NOTED.
40"0 DN.
1
BL 500
2
T
12"~
12"0
50/
450
48
GL
750 BL
10"~
12"~
12"~
12"0
10"~
12"~
6.111
T
2
2
12|12
2
GL
A
INSTALL NEW DUAL DUCT BOX WITH CONTROLS, DUCT,
FLEX, AND DIFFUSERS AS SHOWN AND SPECIFIED.
280
A
10"~
VAV.6.O8.02
10"~
42/
F
VAV.6.O6.13
12"~
12"~
250
D
280
A
10"~
2
500
42"0 UP
16"0
12"0
AL 250
AL
900
GL
6.138
6"~
350
10|12
6.304
6.502
12"0
TS
275
10"~
6.502A
TS
1
150
8"~
D
2
6.137
350
EF-L26
12"~
10"~
16"0
16"0
A
CLNG
12"~
GL
2
6x6
"~
12
1
500
300
28
16"0
12"0
12"~
38/
750 BL
350
38
T
GL 100
12"~
18"0
GL
2
GL
BL
1' ABOVE
44 X 44 I.D. CURB
GL
BL
500
4' F/H
4' F/H
500
36"0 DN.
18"0
TS
6.504
6.506
6.506A
40"0 UP
DRAWING NOTES:
2
6.139
VAV.6.O8.01
PIPE
BL
8"~
A
2" Cu
400
150
500 BL
14"0
12"~
500
18"~
TS
600
225
A
10"~RISE
12"~
F
6.1T1
TS
TS
16"0
12"~
10|12
16"0
12"~
12"~
14"~
GL 750
125
8"~
PROVIDE ALTERNATE PRICING (ALTERNATE NUMBER 1) TO PROVIDE MOTION SENSORS.
IN EVERY OFFICE. MOTION SENSORS SHALL BE TO TIE INTO THE BAS TO CONTROL OCCUPIED
/UNOCCUPIED MODE.
2
2
B
GL
14/10 OVAL
12"~
250
BL 500
250
4' F/H
B
42 X 42 I.D. CURB
B.F./L-38
600
250
GL
6.306A
500
325 GL
275
10"~
2
6.1J1
1
50
100
8"~
EF-L25
12"~
25/12
14"0
650
GL
EF-L22
500
500
BL
1050
BL
BL
BL
GL
6.308
BL
27/14
6.508
500
GL
250 AL
TS
A
VAV.6.L8.01
200
B
12"~
40"0 DN.
16"0
A
100
8"~
A
20"
TS
2" PVC
10|10
T
200
12"~
B
20"~
6.310
6.306
100
750
T
13"0
6.510
180
8"~
THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS IS NOT TO RELOCATE SPRINKLER HEADS OR FA DEVICES.
IF NEW LIGHT OR DIFFUSER LOCATION DOES NOT WORK WITH EXISTING SPRINKLER/FA
DEVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD FOR FURTHER DIRECTION.
2
10"0
AL
D
A
(TYP.)
6.1T2
900
23/12
21/12
650
GL
12"~
2
12"~
5
B
325
250
2
6.140
2
2
23"0
42"0 UP
TS
BL
600
5' F/H
TS
GL
B
28"0
17"0
12"~
BL 500
250
500
BL
6.512
14"0
40 X 40 I.D. CURB
27/14
50
20"~
GL
34"0 UP
16"0
AL
EF-B6
PLENUM
275
10"~
A
21/12
AL
25/12
18X16
12"~
100
32"0 DN.
200
250
12"~
EF-L21
6.314A
250
TO BELOW CEILING
GL
14"~
TS
40"0
21"0
250
12"~
2
38"0
GL
GL
275
10"~
GL
12" STM.
30"0
GL
GL
200
12"~
3" FLEX HOSE
18|10
6" COND.
40"0
350
12"~
6.314
TS
12"~
150
33/14
200
12"~
6.514A
BL
350
A
21/12
BL 500
I.D. CURB
250 AL
250
AL
6.514
500
1
2
"
~
27/14
12"~
GL 200
28 X 28
EF-B5
TS
AL 250
13"0
GL
250
6.516
6.316A
TS
TS
450
AS
16"0
B.
2
2
20" CHR.
28|14
AL
6.316
150
8"~
D
B
E
20"0
20"0 DN.
18|10
250
6.318
18"~
12"0
10"0
16"0
33/14
6.5H1
GL 500
25/12
600
T
20"
CHS
12"~
750 BS
6.IM2
6.3H1
TS
33/14
GYP. BOARD
130
A
8"~
6.141
23"0
28"0
24"0 UP
EF-L20
GS
16"0
2
TO AUTOCLAVE
450
A.
25/12
BL 500
6.320
GENERAL NOTES:
VAV.6.O7.01
32"0
TS
EF-B4
33/14
GS
12"~
900
6.520
TS
250
10"0
RAISED
GL
130
8"~
A
2
B
12|12
10/10
10"~
27|16
6.322
13"0
12"0
14|12
GL
750
12"~
N
TO GLASS
250
750
6.142
T
2
12"0
BL
150
8"~
N
AL 500
TS
900
275
12"~
A
10"~
28|14
27/14
500
6.522
1
6
"
~
FL
GL
GL
12"~
275
10"~
S
25/12
500 BL
6.522A
6.145
2- 1" COND
6.326
6.630C
6.252
6.255A
6.255B
6.013
6.630D
6.524
6.029
6.143
6.424
6.620
6.008
6.422
6.324
6.142
6.030
6.522
6.622
6.250
6.031
6.011
6.520
6.007
6.140A
6.420
6.322
S
6.616
6.416A
6.246
A
G
V
G
V
6.033
6.IM2
V
G
6.2MI
6.2M2
6.2M3
A
6.612B
6.041
6.007A
6.418
6.IM1
6.246B
6.320
RAISED
GYP. BOARD
6.318
6.416
6.316
6.516
6.IM3
6.618
6.514A
6.514
6.140
6.316A
A.P.
A
6.139
6.414
6.005
6.612
6.246A
S
A
G
FROM CLNG.
6.412
6.602A
6.1T2
6.043A
STACKED PIPE
1" COND.
6.245
6.314
TO STRUCT.
6.314A
6" RAISED
6.006
6.512
GYP. BOARD
6.032
V
6.510
6.1J1
3" WASTE
PIPE
6.6
6.003
6.240C
3" UNINS.
PIPE
6.045
6.241A
6.608
6.408
2" PVC
1-1/2" Cu
S
6.N
A
G
A
6.043
V
6.001
6.602
6.241
PIPE
6.306
6.308
6.004
6.506A
CLNG
6.135
6.002A
V
S
G
6.404
6.600
6.240
G
V
G
V
6.134A
6.502A
6.002
6.200A
6.200B
6.100D
6.404A
6.2T1
A.P.
6.402
6.306A
6.100B
6.000
6.111
G
6.100
6.200C
6.200
6.228
6.226
6.222
6.224
6.220
6.219
6.218
6.216
6.214
6.206
6.212
6.210
6.204
6.202
6.201
6.102
6.200D
6.200E
6.100A
6.A
6.B
6.104
6.106
6.112B
6.108
6.112F
6.112E
6.112D
6.100C
6.112C
6.N
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6.124
6.126
6.128
6.132A
6.130B
6.130
6.130A
6.6
THE SEAL APPEARING ON THIS DRAWING WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
HEATHER CAMDEN
LI
6.112A
6.132B
6.131
6.127
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Date:
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N
6.230
6.132C
6.133
SCREEN
A
6.232
F
6.119
6.038
6.2J1
V
6.502
6.304
6.100E
6.100F
6.2T2
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
6.134
1' ABOVE
6.402A
A
6.233
E&C
6.506
6.036
V
6.240A
SCALE: 1/8"=1'-0"
6.137
6.504
6.406
S
A
6.136
2" Cu
6.037
3" PIPE
6.604
G
6.1T1
6.508
6.310
6.034
PIPE
6.410
V
6.039
G
6.240B
1
6.138
6.035
2" UNINS.
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH: RENO AREA F
DRAWING: M 2.66
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
SUPPLY AIR DUAL DUCT TERMINAL UNIT SCHEDULE
SUPPLY AIR DUAL DUCT TERMINAL UNIT SCHEDULE
MAX
UNIT NO.
SERVICE
MAX
COOLING
CFM
MSB VAV
6- O1- 01
MSB VAV
6.246B
6- O1- 02
MSB VAV
6.250
6- O1- 03
MSB VAV
6.254 & 6.252
6- O1- 04
MSB VAV
6- O1- 05
MSB VAV
Corridor 6.2H1
6.262,6.260,6.258,&6.256
6- O1- 06
MSB VAV
6.264A & 2.264
6- O1- 07
Corridor 6.2H2
INLET
HEATING MIN CFM
CFM
105
50
135
80
365
235
550
340
620
355
965
285
550
165
MAX
INLET
OUTLET
COLD
HOT
COLD
HOT
4
4
54
87
30
40
4
105
4
6
340
6
8
185
165
87
54
10
8
87
54
8
10
87
54
8
8
285
54
87
54
8
87
54
87
MAX PD IN.
WC
REMARKS
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
8X8
8X8
0.5
8X8
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
0.5
10X10
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
0.5
10X10
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
0.5
14X12
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
0.5
10X10
UNIT NO.
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O1- 08
Corridor 6.2H2
225
65
65
4
4
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O1- 09
6.278 & 2.280
695
230
205
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O1- 10
MSB VAV
Corridor 6.2H2
6- O1- 11
MSB VAV
6- O1- 12
Corridor 6.6H1
6.270A,6.270,6.270B,&6.274
550
165
550
340
1265
400
165
8
340
8
8
375
54
8
12
87
54
12
87
54
87
10X10
0.5
10X10
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
0.5
18X14
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
NAILOR BOX SHALL BE BOTTOM ACCESS.
SERVICE
MAX
COOLING
MAX
HEATING MIN CFM
CFM
CFM
6.246,6.246A,&6.240C
510
320
INLET
INLET
OUTLET
MAX PD IN.
HOT
COLD
HOT
150
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
6- O2 - 01
MSB VAV
6- O2 - 02
Corridor 6.2H1
550
165
165
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O2 - 03
6.240B,6.240A,&6.240
640
420
190
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O2 - 04
6.232
955
420
285
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O2 - 05
6.230, 6.228, & 6.226
1115
325
325
12
12
54
87
18X14
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O2 - 06
Corridor 6.2H3
225
65
65
4
4
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O2 - 07
6.220, 6.219,& 6.218
1195
340
325
12
12
54
87
18X14
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O2 - 08
Corridor 6.6H1
550
165
165
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O2 - 09
Corridor 6.2H3
550
165
165
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O2 - 10
6.224 & 6.222
995
250
240
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O2 - 11
Corridor 6.2H3
420
125
125
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O2 - 12
Restrooms 6.2T2
250
250
250
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MAX
INLET
INLET
HEATING MIN CFM
CFM
CFM
OUTLET
COLD
HOT
COLD
HOT
CFM
CFM
OUTLET
COLD
HOT
COLD
HOT
MAX PD IN.
REMARKS
WC
6- O5 - 01
Corridor 6.OH2
550
165
165
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 02
6.020
280
80
80
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 03
Corridor 6.OH3
280
80
80
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 04
6.018c,6.018d,6.018e
1030
330
270
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 05
6.018a &6.018b
680
220
200
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 06
6.018
400
110
110
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 07
6.018F & 6.018G
800
230
230
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 08
6.0T2 & 6.0T1
250
250
250
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 09
Corridor 6.1H2
330
90
90
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 10
6.184
470
160
140
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 11
6.182 & 6.180
685
220
200
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 12
6.178
270
90
80
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 13
Corridor 6.1H2
300
75
75
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 14
6.172 & 6.170
750
240
210
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 15
Corridor 6.3H1
550
165
165
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 16
6.172a
310
110
90
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O5 - 17
Corridor 6.1H2
550
240
165
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
UNIT NO.
MSB CEV
6- O5 - 08
SERVICE
MAX CFM
MIN CFM
INLET
OUTLET
RESTROOM 6.0T2
500
500
8
10x10
MAX PD IN.
MAX
REMARKS
WC
MSB VAV
6- O3 - 01
Corridor 6.OH4
980
575
575
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O3 - 02
6.016
350
70
70
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O3 - 03
Corridor 6.OH3
480
140
140
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O3 - 04
6.293
295
120
85
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O3 - 05
Corridor 6.2H2
350
105
105
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O3 - 06
6.290, 6.291, & 6.292
890
360
265
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O3 - 07
6.282A & 6.282
775
260
230
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O3 - 08
6.284a
325
100
95
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O3 - 09
Corridor 6.2H2
300
90
90
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O3 - 10
Corridor 6.4H1
550
165
165
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O3 - 11
6.284 & 6.284B
570
180
170
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O3 - 12
Corridor 6.2H2
550
310
310
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MAX PD
REMARKS
IN. WC
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
SUPPLY AIR DUAL DUCT TERMINAL UNIT SCHEDULE
SUPPLY AIR DUAL DUCT TERMINAL UNIT SCHEDULE
MAX
INLET
EXHAUST AIR SINGLE DUCT TERMINAL UNIT SCHEDULE
NAILOR BOX SHALL BE BOTTOM ACCESS.
COOLING
INLET
MSB VAV
UNIT NO.
SERVICE
MAX
HEATING MIN CFM
REMARKS
WC
COLD
MSB VAV
UNIT NO.
COOLING
NAILOR BOX SHALL BE BOTTOM ACCESS.
SUPPLY AIR DUAL DUCT TERMINAL UNIT SCHEDULE
UNIT NO.
SERVICE
SERVICE
COOLING
MAX
INLET
INLET
HEATING MIN CFM
CFM
CFM
COLD
HOT
COLD
HOT
OUTLET
MAX PD IN.
WC
REMARKS
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 01
6.200E
660
200
195
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 02
6.200
870
260
260
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 03
6.200D & 6.200C
425
125
125
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 04
6.100 & 6.100E
270
80
80
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 05
6.100A & 6.100C
970
290
290
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 06
6.100D , 6.100B, & 6.100F
315
90
90
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 07
Corridor 6.OH2
550
315
315
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 08
6.102
535
160
160
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 09
6.104 & 6.106
735
220
220
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 10
Corridor 6.1H3
320
95
95
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 11
6.108
305
90
90
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 12
Corridor 6.1H3
250
75
75
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 13
Corridor 6.3H1
550
310
310
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 14
6.112D & 6.112E
780
235
230
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 15
6.112F
400
120
120
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 16
Corridor 6.1H3
550
165
165
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O6 - 17
Corridor 6.OH1
270
80
80
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
NAILOR BOX SHALL BE BOTTOM ACCESS.
NAILOR BOX SHALL BE BOTTOM ACCESS.
SUPPLY AIR DUAL DUCT TERMINAL UNIT SCHEDULE
MAX
UNIT NO.
SUPPLY AIR DUAL DUCT TERMINAL UNIT SCHEDULE
MAX
UNIT NO.
MAX
COOLING
CFM
INLET
HEATING MIN CFM
CFM
INLET
OUTLET
COLD
HOT
COLD
HOT
MAX PD IN.
REMARKS
WC
SERVICE
COOLING
CFM
MAX
INLET
HEATING MIN CFM
CFM
COLD
INLET
HOT
COLD
HOT
OUTLET
MAX PD IN.
WC
REMARKS
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 01
6.140 & 6.140A
610
220
150
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 02
6.142
280
100
70
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 03
6.144A
655
225
150
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 04
6.146
370
180
70
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O4 - 01
6.200B
100
30
30
4
4
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O4 - 02
Corridor 6.0H1
270
270
270
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 05
6.148 & 6.150
355
260
105
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O4 - 03
6.200A
280
90
90
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 06
Corridor 6.1H1
550
150
150
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O4 - 04
Corridor 6.OH4
550
515
515
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 07
6.16
305
90
70
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O4 - 05
6.201
420
125
125
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 08
6.158 & 6.156
1180
400
330
12
12
54
87
18X14
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O4 - 06
6.202, 6.204,& 6.206
1065
315
315
12
12
54
87
18X14
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 09
6.154
375
120
110
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O4 - 07
Corridor 6.2H3
350
350
350
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 10
6.152
645
240
190
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O4 - 08
Corridor 6.2H3
300
90
90
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 11
Corridor 6.1H2
400
220
120
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O4 - 09
6.210,6.212,6.214,&6.216
1285
420
385
12
12
54
87
18X14
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 12
6.168 & 6.166
610
200
180
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O4 - 10
Corridor 6.4H1
550
515
515
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 13
6.164 & 6.164A
685
220
205
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O4 - 11
Corridor 6.2H3
550
515
515
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 14
Corridor 6.1H2
240
70
70
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 15
Corridor 6.5H1
550
165
165
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6-O7 - 16
Corridor 6.1H2
550
165
165
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
NAILOR BOX SHALL BE BOTTOM ACCESS.
NAILOR BOX SHALL BE BOTTOM ACCESS.
SUPPLY AIR DUAL DUCT TERMINAL UNIT SCHEDULE
INLET
INLET
CFM
CFM
200
200
OUTLET
COLD
HOT
COLD
HOT
4
4
54
87
200
MAX PD IN.
8X8
SUPPLY AIR DUAL DUCT TERMINAL UNIT SCHEDULE
REMARKS
WC
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
UNIT NO.
SERVICE
NAILOR BOX SHALL BE BOTTOM ACCESS.
AIR DISTRIBUTION DEVICE SCHEDULE
NECK
CFM
INLET
COLD
HOT
COLD
HOT
OUTLET
MAX PD IN.
WC
REMARKS
MSB VAV
6- O8 - 01
6.139 & 6.138
705
210
210
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O8 - 02
6.136
430
125
125
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O8 - 03
6.134 & 6.134A
635
190
190
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
MSB VAV
6- O8 - 04
6.132B
160
45
45
4
4
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
6- O8 - 05
6.132A & 6.132
200
65
60
4
4
54
87
8X8
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
6- O8 - 06
Corridor 6.1H1
550
290
290
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR 3240 BLENDMASTER UT STANDARD
LAY-IN
MSB VAV
6- O8 - 07
6.130A
575
200
170
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
OMNI-AA
LAY-IN
MSB VAV
6- O8 - 08
Corridor 6.1H3
400
120
120
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
TITUS
50FF
PROVIDE WITH 20X20 FILTER
MSB VAV
6- O8 - 09
6.124, 6.126, & 6.128
810
320
240
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
TITUS
N-1-D4818
LAY-IN
MSB VAV
6- O8 - 10
6.130B & 6.130
890
265
265
10
10
54
87
14X12
0.5
TITUS
350 RL
SIDEWALL
MSB VAV
6- O8 - 11
6.112B & 6.112C
600
210
180
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
bySTANDARD
Heather
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT
Camden
HEATHER CAMDEN
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
DIAMETER
IN.
SQUARE
IN.
FACE
MANUFACTURER
MODEL/SERIES
REMARKS
A
SUPPLY
PLAQUE
WHITE
SEE PLAN
-
24X24
TITUS
OMNI-AA
B
RETURN
PLAQUE
WHITE
SEE PLAN
-
24X24
TITUS
C
TRANSFER
EGGCRATE
WHITE
-
22X22
24X24
D
SUPPLY
SLOT
-
SEE PLAN
-
48" LONG
F
EXHAUST
SIDEWALL
WHITE
-
SEE PLAN
SEE PLAN
6- O8 - 12
MSB VAV
6- O8 - 13
6.112A
Corridor 6.1H3
600
180
180
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
250
75
75
6
6
54
87
8X8
0.5
6- O8 - 14
Corridor
550
285
285
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
MSB VAV
6- O8 - 15
Corridor 6.1H3
550
165
165
8
8
54
87
10X10
0.5
NAILOR BOX SHALL BE BOTTOM ACCESS.
UTHSC
MSB OFFICE AIR DISTIBUTION-6TH FLOOR
EXISTING NAILOR
3230
UT
STANDARD
THE SEAL APPEARING
ON THIS
DRAWING
WAS AUTHORIZED BY:
Date:
2017.03.03
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UT STANDARD
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INLET
MSB VAV
TYPE
E&C
MAX
HEATING MIN CFM
MSB VAV
SERVICE
UNIT NO.
MAX
COOLING
R
6.1T2 & 6.1T1
MAX
HEATING MIN CFM
EXISTING NAILOR 3230 UT STANDARD
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6- L8 - 01
COOLING
N
MSB VAV
SERVICE
S
MAX
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SKETCH: MECHANICAL
SCHEDULES
DRAWING: M4.01
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
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E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
NONE
DATE:03-03-2017
HANGER WIRE TAB WITH
SUPPORT TO STRUCTURE AS
REQUIRED
AIRFLOW TO CONDITIONED SPACE
NONMETALLIC BLADE EDGE
LOW PRESSURE DUCTWORK DOWNSTREAM
AND END GASKETS (TYP)
OF TERMINAL UNIT, AS SPECIFIED.
W
PROVIDE DISCHARGE TRANSITION AS
REQUIRED.
LOCATE DAMPER SQUARELY IN
2"
SUPPORT TERMINAL UNIT FROM
DUCT
2" O.C.
R
DUAL DUCT HVAC TERMINAL UNIT,
R=1 1|2" W
HEAT, HOT WATER HEAT OR NO
RADIUS ELBOW
HEAT, AS SCHEDULED.
SQUARE ELBOW
DETAIL OF TURNING VANE
LARGER
SIZE AS SCHEDULED, WITH ELECTRIC
BOTTOM ACCESS DOOR(S) AS REQUIRED
FOR ACCESS TO VAV DAMPER, CONTROLS
TERMINAL UNIT SUCH THAT ACCESS
MIN
5'-0"
SCHEDULED AIR DEVICE. ACTUAL
AIR DEVICE SCHEDULE MAY
VARY FROM AIR DEVICE SHOWN.
SHEETMETAL SUPPLY AIR BOOT
WITH LINER OR DUCTWRAP
AS SPECIFIED FOR DUCTWORK
13" AND
AND HEATER, AS APPLICABLE. LOCATE
TERMINAL UNIT PRIMARY AIR
INLET HEIGHT +8"
45!
HANGER ROD AT ALL FOUR (4) CORNERS.
REMOVING MAIN CEILING TEE'S.
DAMPER FRAME
DUCT TO PREVENT RACKING
45!
STRUCTURE WITH DUCT STRAP OR
DOOR(S) CAN BE OPENED WITHOUT
FLEXIBLE DUCT CONNECTION,
RE: TYPICAL DETAIL
TYP. MANUAL
VOLUME DAMPER,
WHERE SHOWN
CEILING TYPE AS SPECIFIED
BY ARCHITECT
ON DRAWINGS.
UNEQUAL SPLIT SQUARE TEE
EQUAL SPLIT SQUARE TEE
CONNECTIONS MINIMUM 2" LARGER
THAN UNIT CONNECTIONS.
RE: TYPICAL DETAIL
L
AIRFLOW DIRECTION AS SHOWN
ON DRAWINGS.
48" MAX PER
L=W|4,4" MIN
PRIMARY AIR DUCT (TYP)
DAMPER SECTION
ATTACH DUCT TO ALL FOUR
W
SIDES OF DAMPER FRAME
WITH SCREWS ON 12" CENTERS,
REGULATOR RE: TYPICAL DETAIL
MINIMUM TWO PER SIDE.
FIELD COORDINATE EXACT TERMINAL UNIT LOCATIONS TO INSTALL UNITS UP
IN STRUCTURAL "PANS" BETWEEN BEAMS AND JOISTS, WHERE REQUIRED TO
Q=45!
ALLOW FOR THE INSTALLATION OF LIGHTING FIXTURES BELOW UNITS.
TYPICAL DOUBLE DUCT
EXPANDED DUCT TAP
SPLIT DUCT TAP
TYPICAL LINEAR SUPPLY
HVAC TERMINAL UNIT
01
03
NOT TO SCALE
TYPICAL DUCT MOUNTED OPPOSED
TYPICAL DUCT FITTINGS
AIR SLOT DIFFUSER
07
BLADE BALANCING DAMPERS
NOT TO SCALE
05
NOT TO SCALE
NOT TO SCALE
NECK SIZE
SEE SCHEDULE
CONTINUOUS ROD ON ALL DUCT
2' MIN.,
SHEET METAL PLENUM
5' MAX.
WITH ACOUSTIC LINER
SPECIFIED DUCT WITH LINER
ON DUCTWORK AS SPECIFIED
OVER 12" DIA AND ON ALL DUCT
STIFFEN AS
2" WG AND ABOVE
REQUIRED
12" MAX
WHERE SPECIFIED
REGULATOR
RE: TYPICAL
DETAIL
1|2"
SPIN-IN COLLAR WITH MANUAL
24" MAX.
VOLUME DAMPER. ORIENT DAMPER
SHAFT PARALLEL TO DUCT AIR
SPRING LOCK
INACCESSIBLE LOCATION.
EXTERNAL
PERFORATED PLATE,
INSULATION
1/2" ~ HOLES
WHERE SPECIFIED
TYPICAL AIR DEVICES
CEILING TYPE AS
SEE FLOOR PLAN
RECTANGULAR DUCT DAMPER
3|8" REGULATOR
EXTENSION AS REQUIRED
RE: TYP DETAIL
3|8" CDS ROD
SUPPORT FLEXIBLE DUCT
RUNS OVER 36" ON 36"
CENTERS.
PATTERN DEFLECTOR
SEAL FLEXIBLE DUCT
AS SCHEDULED
LINER WITH DRAWBAND
(SUPPLY ONLY)
AND SEAL VAPOR
FOR FLEXIBLE
BARRIER WITH DUCT
CONN. SIZE
TAPE (TYP)
22 GA BLADE
DUCT
1|2" REGULATOR
1|2" CDS ROD
RE: TYP DETAIL
FLEXIBLE DUCT (8' MAXIMUM)
AS SCHEDULED
DUCT
16 GA BLADE
1|8" CLEARANCE ALL
AROUND UP TO 19"-48"
1|8" CLEARANCE ALL
LIGHT
AROUND UP TO 18"
TYPICAL AIR DEVICES
NOTE:
ELEVATION OF TYPICAL
DUCT DAMPER
INSULATED RIGID ROUND DUCT
SPECIFIED
BY ARCHITECT
TYPICAL ROUND
12" MAX
DAMPER IS LOCATED IN AN
12" MAX
FLOW. PROVIDE ACCESS DOOR IF
ROD END BEARING. PROVIDE OUTSIDE END BEARING
AT PRESSURE UP TO 2"WG. PROVIDE INSIDE ROD
BEARING AT PRESSURES 3"WG AND ABOVE (TYP)
AS SCHEDULED
ALL BACK PLATES SHALL BE INSULATED AND ALL
RE: DETAILS
TYPICAL RECTANGULAR DUCT DAMPER
SUPPLY GRILLES AND SUPPLY DIFFUSERS IF NOT
SINGLE BLADE BALANCING DAMPERS MAY BE USED IN ROUND DUCT AND
INTERNALLY INSULATED.
IN RECTANGULAR DUCT UP TO A MAXIMUM DUCT SIZE OF 12" H x 48" W
02
DIFFUSER DETAIL
NOT TO SCALE
TYPICAL AIR DEVICE
TYPICAL DUCT MOUNTED SINGLE
FLEXIBLE CONNECTION
BLADE BALANCING DAMPERS
04
NOT TO SCALE
06
NOT TO SCALE
OF TE
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Date:
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Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH:
MECHANICAL
DETAILS
DRAWING:
M5.01
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
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SCALE:
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DATE:03-03-2017
3
5
ITEM
COLD
CONTROL
SIGNAL
DESCRIPTION
ALARM
TYPE
1
ZONE TEMPERATURE SETPOINT
A/I
2
ZONE TEMPERATURE
A/I
X
3
PRIMARY COLD AIR FLOW RATE
A/I
X
DUAL DUCT VAV
4
PRIMARY COLD DECK AIRFLOW SETPOINT
A/I
TERMINAL UNIT
5
6
COLD DECK DAMPER COMMAND
A/O
PRIMARY HOT AIR FLOW RATE
A/I
7
HOT DECK FLOW SETPOINT
A/I
8
HOT DECK DAMPER COMMAND
A/O
9
OCCUPANCY COMMAND
M/O
10
OCCUPANCY FEEDBACK
D/I
11
AUTO CALIBRATE COMMAND
A/O
12
AUTOCALIBRATE SETPOINT
A/I
13
EFFECTIVE HEATING SETPOINT
A/O
14
EFFECTIVE COOLING SETPOINT
A/O
15
OCCUPIED HEATING SETPOINT
A/O
16
OCCUPIED COOLING SETPOINT
A/O
17
UNOCCUPIED HEATING SETPOINT
A/O
85
UNOCCUPIED COOLING SETPOINT
A/O
M
T
AIR
2
SUPPLY
HOT
M
6
4
1
8
7
9
10
11
12
13
DUAL DUCT VARIABLE AIR VOLUME TERMINAL UNITS:
X
A. The VAV boxes shall modulate the hot and cold deck volume dampers from the scheduled
maximum to the scheduled minimum primary air flow noted on the drawings as required to
maintain the temperature setpoint. When the cold deck primary air has reached the
minimum setpoint and heating is still required, the hot deckdamper and the cold deck
damper shall modulate to maintain minimum flow while mixing the two airstreams. Once
the cold deck is fully closed, the hot deck may continue to open as needed to maintain room
temperature.
B. In unoccupied mode, the temperature may be controlled to a larger offset between heating
and cooling. The offset shall be user adjustable.
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C. PLEASE ALSO INCLUDE PRICING FOR THE ADDITION OF TWO NETWORK AUTOMATION
ENGINES (2 NAE) TO PICK UP ALL ADDITIONAL POINTS. CONTRACTOR TO COORDINATE
DUAL DUCT VAV TERMINAL UNITS
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REQUIRED CONTROL POWER AND LOCATION WITH UTHSC. - REFER TO FLOOR PLAN
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HEATHER CAMDEN
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Date:
2017.03.03
11:00:55-06'00'
E&C Engineers & Consultants Inc.
Texas Firm Registration No: F-003068
SKETCH:
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DRAWING: M6.01
TX Firm Registration No: F-003068
REVISION:CONSTRUCTION
1010 Lamar, Suite 650
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel 713/580-8800
Fax 713/580-8888
www.eceng.com
E&C PROJECT # 3300
SCALE:
1/8"=1'-0"
DATE:03-03-2017
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