SCHRENK HALL PHASE II RENOVATION PROJECT NUMBER

ADDENDUM #1
DATE:
July 21, 2016
PROJECT MANUAL FOR:
SCHRENK HALL PHASE II RENOVATION
PROJECT NUMBER:
246900
ADVERTISEMENT DATE:
JULY 5, 2016
PREPARED FOR:
The Curators of the University of Missouri
CONSULTANT:
THE CLARK ENERSEN PARTNERS
1251 NW Briarcliff Parkway, Suite 400
Kansas City, MO 54116
(816) 474-8237
Drawings and Specifications for the above noted project and the work covered thereby are
herein modified as follows, and except as set forth herein, otherwise remain unchanged and in
full force and effect:
GENERAL NOTES:
Item 1-1:
Pre-Bid Meeting Minutes and Attendance Sheet
The Meeting Minutes and Attendance Sheet from the July 19, 2016 Pre-Bid
Meeting are attached for review.
SPECIFICATIONS:
Item 1-2:
Section 1.E - Special Conditions,
Refer to page SC-2, paragraph 2. Project Completion: Change second item to
read:
“b.
Item 1-3:
Asbestos removal will be coordinated by Owner as needed.”
Section 1.E - Special Conditions
Refer to paragraph 10.d. Substitutions and Equals: Change to read:
“d.
No substitutions and/or equal will be allowed for the following items:
Item
Lock Cylinders [Best]
Digital Control Equipment [JCI]
Laboratory Airflow Controls [Phoenix]
Toshiba Variable Frequency Drives
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Specification Section
08 71 00
23 09 00
23 36 50
23 09 02
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Item 1-4:
Section 1.E.4 – Shop Drawing and Submittal Log
Refer to SDSL 1-5. Remove existing Shop Drawing and Submittal Log and
replace with attached Shop Drawing and Submittal Log in its entirety.
Item 1-5:
Section 1.E.5 – Operating Instructions and Service Manual Log
Refer to OMML 1-2. Remove existing Operating Instructions and Service Manual
Log and replace with attached Operating Instructions and Service Manual Log in
its entirety.
Item 1-6:
Section 1.E.6 – Closeout Log
Refer to CLOSL 1-4. Remove existing Closeout Log and replace with attached
Closeout Log in its entirety.
Item 1-7:
Section 08 14 16 – Flush Wood Doors
Refer to 2.1.A. Subject to compliance with all specified requirements, Oshkosh
Door Company is an approved manufacturer for Flush Wood Doors.
Item 1-8:
Section 08 71 00 – Door Hardware
Refer to 2.7.B. Subject to compliance with all specified requirements, Sargent is
an acceptable manufacturer for Exit Devices and Auxiliary Items.
Refer to 2.7.B.b. Remove this requirement in its entirety.
Refer to 2.7.B.d. Remove this requirement in its entirety.
Refer to 2.7.B.f. Remove this requirement in its entirety.
Refer to 2.8.B. Subject to compliance with all specified requirement, Sargent is
an acceptable manufacturer for Surface Closure.
Refer to 2.8.B. Subject to compliance with all specified requirement, Norton is an
acceptable manufacturer for Surface Closures.
Refer to 2.8.B.e. Remove reference to “ULTRA X” for brand of Hydraulic Fluid.
Refer to 2.8.B.f. Remove requirement in its entirety.
Item 1-9:
Section 09 66 23 – Resinous Matrix Terrazzo
Refer to 1.4.B. Add subparagraph:
1.4.B.1. All suppliers, installers, and contractors need to be members in good
standing of NTMA (National Terrazzo and Mosaic Association).
Item 1-10:
Section 11 52 13 – Projection Screens
Add attached specification section in its entirety.
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Item 1-11:
Section 12 24 13 – Roller Window Shades
Refer to 2.1.A. Subject to compliance with all specified requirements, Draper,
Inc. is an approved manufacturer for Roller Window Shades
Refer to 2.1.A. Subject to compliance with all specified requirements, SWF
Contract is an approved manufacturer for Roller Window Shades
Item 1-12:
Section 12 24 13 – Roller Window Shades
Refer to 2.2.C.2. For Fascia Trim – Finish: replace “Clear Anodized Aluminum”
with “Painted Aluminum, color to match aluminum window frames from
manufacturers standard color palette.”
Item 1-13:
Section 12 35 53 – Metal Laboratory Casework
Refer to 2.1.A. Subject to compliance with all specified requirements, ICI
Scientific (Intuitional Casework Inc) is an approved manufacturer for Metal
Laboratory Casework.
Refer to 2.1.A. Subject to compliance with all specified requirements, Bedcolab
is an approved manufacturer for Metal Laboratory Casework.
Item 1-14:
Section 22 05 00 – Basic Plumbing Requirements
Add subparagraph 3.4.L: L. Storm Sewer Inspection: Contractor shall be
responsible for providing a full camera inspection for the existing storm sewer
system below grade in Schrenk West.
Contractor to ensure owner’s
representative is notified within 7 days of inspection. An acceptable witness
must also be present for inspection. Acceptable witnesses include an Owner’s
Representative or Architect/Engineer.
Item 1-15:
Section 23 05 00 – Basic HVAC Requirements
Add subparagraph 3.8 – Commissioning:
“Commissioning of mechanical systems will be conducted by the owner’s
commissioning agent with full assistance by, and cooperation of, the mechanical
contractor. Commissioning responsibilities of the mechanical contractor will
include completion of installation and startup checklists, and assistance to
commissioning agent during startup activities and trouble-shooting.”
Item 1-16:
Section 23 05 29 – HVAC Hangers and Supports
Add subparagraph 2.10.F.2: Roof support systems for ductwork shall allow 18”
clearance between bottom of ductwork and roofing material for access.
Item 1-17:
Section 23 09 00 – Digital Control Equipment
Revise subparagraph 3.2.A to read:
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“Start-Up: Commissioning of pneumatic and digital control systems will be
conducted by the owner’s commissioning agent with full assistance by, and
cooperation of, the controls contractor.”
Item 1-18:
Section 23 31 13 – Ductwork
Under “Round concealed fume EA system upstream of terminal unit” in table 3.8,
add option 4A* under tranverse joint options. Under schedule notes below, add
to subparagraph 4A: “*Fume exhaust ductwork shall be allowed to have a
companion flange type connection in exterior duct chases only for ease of
installation.”
Item 1-19:
Section 23 34 13 – High Plume Dilution Fans
Fix typo in section 1.3.P, remove extraneous letters.
Greenheck as approved manufacturers.
Add Loren Cook and
DRAWINGS:
Item 1-20:
A0.12 – Demolition Plan – Second Floor Plan
See Second Floor Demolition Plan. Note location of extent of new demolition
note A3 as it relates to work at the existing exhaust chases.
Item 1-21:
A0.13 – Demolition Plan – Third Floor Plan
See Third Floor Demolition Plan. Note location of extent of new demolition note
A3 as it relates to work at the existing exhaust chases.
Item 1-22:
A1.22 – Second Floor Reflected Ceiling Plan
See Second Floor Reflected Ceiling Plan. Note section detail note 5/A1.23 in
Corridor 2CR2.
Item 1-23:
A1.23 – Third Floor Reflected Ceiling Plan
See Third Floor Reflected Ceiling Plan and new detail #5. Note section detail
note 5/A1.23 in Corridor 3CR2.
Item 1-24:
A7.10 – Plan Details
See Detail #1 and Detail #3. Note modification to these two details.
Item 1-25:
M1.02 – Second Floor HVAC Plan – Area A
See transfer duct exiting room 239 – Grad Students. Shift transfer duct to the
south to miss existing column at column line 9. Transfer grilles shall remain in
place as shown.
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Item 1-26:
M3.03 – Mechanical Controls
See AHU-2 sequence, section 1.10. Section shall now read: “COOLING COIL
VALVE: THE DISCHARGE AIR TEMPERATURE SETPOINT SHALL BE 52
DEG. F (ADJUSTABLE). IF THE ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURE IS
GREATER THAN THE SUPPLY AIR TEMPERATURE SETPOINT, THE
COOLING COIL VALVE SHALL MODULATE TO MAINTAIN THE SUPPLY AIR
TEMPERATURE SETPOINT. IF THE ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURE IS
LESS THAN THE 52 DEG. F, THE COOLING COIL VALVE SHALL CLOSE.”
END OF ADDENDUM #1
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Meeting Minutes Pre-Bid Meeting
Project: Schrenk Hall Renovation Implementation – Phase 2
Project Number: 624-128-15
Owner: Missouri University of Science and Technology
Presenters at Meeting: Ted Ruth – Director of Design & Construction Management - MST
Phil Walter – Principal – Clark Enersen
Jeff Biernbaum – Project Architect – Clark Enersen
Jamie Mahoney – Mechanical Engineer – Clark Enersen
Zach Winter – Mechanical Designer – Clark Enersen
Brent Adams – Electrical Engineer – Clark Enersen
Kathy Williams – Roofing Consultant – KWA
Meeting Date: 7/19/2016
1) After introductions, Ted began reviewing project specifics and special conditions, which
included but not limited to (review meeting handout for more specifics):
• All Bids need to be received by 2:00 PM on August 11th
• Ted reviewed all special MBE and disadvantaged group requirements (10% +
10%)
• Estimated project cost is $13.7 million
• All bids are open, read publicly
• The project does include 3 alternates which need to be priced separately
• A list of subcontractors will be required with the bid
• Ted explained Article 15 – supplier diversity. No request for waiver will be
accepted.
• Contractors to review general conditions, as they may have varied since last MU
system project they worked on
• Contract period begins when confirmation is sent, not when construction begins,
and work must be completed 365 days from that point
• The Schrenk West building is currently occupied. A detailed coordination
schedule needs to be created for this project.
• ACM are most likely present in the building, which the university will handle all
abatement as needed. Contractor not to include in bid.
• 5 sets of construction documents to be passed out after contract is awarded
• 2 parking permits will be allowed. Street parking for all others.
• MS&T is a tobacco free campus. Contractor may be removed from campus if
rules are violated.
Architecture + Laboratory Planning + Landscape Architecture + Engineering + Interiors
1251 NW Briarcliff Parkway, Suite 400
Kansas City, Missouri 64116 Phone 816 474.8237 Fax 816 474.8233
www.scienceandresearchdesign.com
Kansas City, Missouri· Lincoln, Nebraska
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A commissioning agent is involved in the project. Pre-installation meetings shall
occur with Ross and Baruzzini (Cx Agent)
A full-time superintendent needs to be present on site at all times
Reference the prevailing wage contract for labor rates to be used with bids
2) After Ted’s review of the Special Conditions for the project, the design team went
through the scope of work:
• Phil gave a brief history of the master plan and how this project is the 2nd phase
of three planned phases
• Phil Walter discussed coordination drawings and their importance in this project
given the amount of MEP work in an existing building.
• Emphasis that communication will be required from all parties to properly phase
all work
• Phil said that Addendum 1 is scheduled to be issued Thursday
• Matt Clay, construction administrator from Clark Enersen will help facilitate
construction administration process
• August 4th is the deadline for questions to the design team
• Jeff Biernbaum went through the architectural scope of work and Kathy Williams
went through the roof replacement work
• Kathy reiterated that the roof has ACM’s and will be abated by the university
through a separate contractor
• Jamie Mahoney went through the mechanical portion of work, while Zach
Winter went through the plumbing scope
• Brent Adams went through the electrical scope of work
3) When the scope of work discussion was finished, Ted opened up the floor for questions:
• A mechanical contractor questioned the new stainless steel ductwork to be
installed in the exterior chases. TCEP confirmed that a detail will be provided on
the connection to the existing transite ducts in the chase
• Any lead-based paint shall be abated by the contractor, not university
• Ron Boggs – project construction manager from MST re-emphasized the
importance of phasing and communication on the project
• All site visits are to be coordinated through Ted Ruth
4) When the formal meeting concluded the design team led a tour of the existing building
Architecture + Laboratory Planning + Landscape Architecture + Engineering + Interiors
1251 NW Briarcliff Parkway, Suite 400
Kansas City, Missouri 64116 Phone 816 474.8237 Fax 816 474.8233
www.scienceandresearchdesign.com
Kansas City, Missouri· Lincoln, Nebraska
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SHOP DRAWING AND SUBMITTAL LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
Section
Title
Description
015713
Temporary Erosion and
Sediment Control
Product Date and Shop Drawings
033000
Cast in Place Concrete
Laboratory Test Reports, Product Data and
Shop Drawings
042200
Concrete Unit Masonry
Product Data, Shop Drawings and
Samples
051200
Structural Steel Framing
Shop Drawings and Welding Certificates
052100
Steel Joists Framing
Product Data, Shop Drawings
053100
Steel Decking
Product Data, Shop Drawings
054000
Cold Formed Metal
Framing
Product Data, Shop Drawings
061000
Rough Carpentry
Product Data
064023
Interior Architectural
Casework
Shop Drawings, Samples
071326
Sheet Waterproofing
Product Data and Test Reports
072100
Thermal Insulation
Product Data
Date
Received
Contractor
SDSL - 1
#
Date
Sent to
Cons.
Date
Returned
Remarks
Date
Returned
Cont'r
Copies
to
Owner
File
SHOP DRAWING AND SUBMITTAL LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
072216
Polysiocyanurate Tapered
Roof Insulation System
Coverboard and Thermal
Barrier
See Section 013300 Submittals - Roof
Only
075423
Fully Adhered
Thermoplastic Membrane
Roofing System
See Section 013300 Submittals - Roof
Only
075423.01
Roof Installer's Warranty
See Section 013300 Submittals - Roof
Only
076200
Miscellaneous Flashing
and Sheet Metal (Roof
Only)
See Section 013300 Submittals - Roof
Only
077110
Pre-finished, Premanufacturerd Fascia
(Roof Only)
See Section 013300 Submittals - Roof
Only
077113
Pre-finished, Premanufacturerd Expansion
Joint System
See Section 013300 Submittals - Roof
Only
078446
Fire Resistive Joint System
Product Data, Schedule, Installer
Certificates
079200
Joint Sealants
Product Data, Test Reports and Shop
Drawings
079213
Joint Sealants (Roof Only)
See Section 013300 Submittals - Roof
Only
079500
Expansion Control
Product Data, Test Reports and Shop
Drawings
SDSL - 2
SHOP DRAWING AND SUBMITTAL LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
081113
Hollow Metal Frames
Product Data and Shop Drawings
081416
Flush Wood Doors
Shop Drawings, Product Data and
Samples
083113
Access Doors and Frames
Shop Drawings and Product Data
084126
All-Glass Entrances
Shop Drawings and Product Data
085113
Aluminum Windows
Product Data and Shop Drawings
087100
Door Hardware
Hardware Schedule, Product Data,
Template, Keying Schedule
088000
Glazing
Product Data, Samples
092116
Gypsum Board Shaftwall
Assemblies
Product Data, Reports
092900
Gypsum Board
Product Data
093000
Tiling
Product Data, Samples
095113
Acoustical Panel Ceilings
Product Data, Samples
096500
Resilent Flooring
Product Data, Samples, Concrete Test
Reports
096613
Resinous Flooring
Product Data and Samples
096623
Resinous matrix Terrazzo
Flooring
Product Data and Samples
096813
Tile Carpeting
Product Data, Samples and Seaming
Diagram
099113
Exterior Painting (Roof
Only)
See Section 013300 Submittals - Roof
Only
099123
Interior Painting
Product Data and Draw Downs
101100
Visual Display Surfaces
Product Data, Samples and LEED Data
102600
Wall and Door Protection
Product Data, Samples
104413
Fire Protection Cabinets
Product Data
115313
Laboratory Fume Hoods
Shop Drawings, Product Data, Samples,
Test Reports
SDSL - 3
SHOP DRAWING AND SUBMITTAL LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
1225050
Roller Window Shades
Product Data, Samples
22000
Basic Plumbing
Requirements
Permits, Welding Certificates, Warranties
220513
Plumbing Meters and
Gauges
Product Data for: Pressure Gauges,
Thermometers
220529
Plumbing Hangers and
Supports
Product Data for: Pipe Supports, Anchors,
Sleeves, and Hangers; Equipment Curbs;
Roof Curbs; Mechanical Seals
220548
Plumbing Vibration
Controls
Product Data for: Vibration Controls
220553
Plumbing Identification
Product Data and Valve Identification
Schedule
220716
Plumbing Equipment
Insulation
Product Data and Insulation Schedule
220719
Plumbing Piping Insulation
Product Data and Insulation Schedule
221000
Plumbing Piping
Plumbing piping material and fitting
schedule, plumbing valve material and
schedule, plumbing pipe accessories
221119
Plumbing Specialties
All scheduled plumbing specialties and
backflow preventers
222123
Plumbing Pumps
In-line circulators
SDSL - 4
SHOP DRAWING AND SUBMITTAL LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
All scheduled plumbing specialties and
backflow preventers
221119
Plumbing Specialties
222123
Plumbing Pumps
In-line circulators
223000
Plumbing Equipment
All scheduled plumbing equipment
224000
Plumbing Fixtures
All scheduled plumbing fixtures and
accessories
226113
Compressed Air and
Vacuum Systems
Compressed Air/Vacuum piping material
and fitting schedule, valve material and
schedule, pipe accessories, and equipment
226700
DI Water Piping
DI water piping material and fitting
schedule, pure water valve material and
schedule, pure water pipe accessories
226701
Pure Water System
Equipment
Product Data for: Pure Water System
Equipment
230500
Basic HVAC Requirements
Permits, Welding Certificates, Warranties
230519
HVAC Meters and Gauges
Product Data for: Calibrated Balance
Valves; Pressure Gauges; Thermometers;
Test Plugs; Duct Static Pressure Gauges
230529
HVAC Hangers and
Supports
Product Data for: Pipe Supports, Anchors,
Sleeves, and Hangers; Equipment Curbs;
Roof Curbs; Mechanical Seals
230548
HVAC Vibration Controls
Product Data for: Vibration Controls
SDSL - 5
SHOP DRAWING AND SUBMITTAL LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
230553
HVAC Identification
Product Data and Valve Identification
Schedule
230593
Testing, Adjusting and
Balancing
Pre-balancing conference meeting notes;
Pre-balancing field deficiency report; TAB
draft report; Final TAB Report
230713
230719
Ductwork Insulation
HVAC Equipment
Insulation
HVAC Piping Insulation
230900
Digital Control Equipment
Shop Drawings, Product Data and
Schematic Flow Diagrams
230902
Variable Frequency Drives
Scheduled Variable Frequency Drives
232113
Hydronic Piping
Hydronic piping material and fitting
schedule, plumbing valve material and
schedule, plumbing pipe accessories
232116
Hydronic Specialties
All scheduled hydronic specialties glycol
specialties
232123
HVAC Pumps
Scheduled HVAC Pumps
233113
Ductwork
Ductwork Material and Schedule; HighPressure Manufactured Ductwork Fittings
and Fitting List; Low-Pressure
Manufactured Ductwork Fittings; Ductwork
Hangers, Sealants, Tapes, etc.; Ductwork
Connection System
233300
Ductwork Accessories
Product Data for: Dampers; Flexible Duct
Connections; Duct Access Doors; Duct
Test Hole Plugs; Air Turning Devices
220716
Product Data, Insulation Schedule
Product Data, Insulation Schedule
Product Data, Insulation Schedule
SDSL - 6
SHOP DRAWING AND SUBMITTAL LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
233413
High Plume Fans
High plume fans and accessories
233600
Air Terminal Units
Air terminal units and accessories
230900
Laboratory Airflow Control
System
Shop Drawings, Product Data and
Schematic Flow Diagrams
233700
Air Outlets and Inlets
Product Data for All Scheduled Air Outlets
and Inlets
233700
Breechings, Chimneys, and
Stacks
Product Data for All Breechings, Chimneys,
and Stacks
237313
Air Handling Units
Product Data for All Scheduled Air
Handling Units
238216
Air Coils
Product Data for All Scheduled Air Coils
238239
Terminal Heat Transfer
Units
Product Data for All Scheduled Terminal
Heat Transfer Units
210523
General-Duty Valves for
Water-Based FireSuppression Piping
Product Data for: Each Type of Valve
211119
Fire-Department
Connections
Construction Details, Materal Descriptions,
Dimensions of Individual Components and
Profiles, and Finishes for Each FireDepartment Connection
211200
Fire-Suppression
Standpipes
Product Data and Shop Drawings: For FireSuppression Standpipes. DelegatedDesign Submittal.
SDSL - 7
SHOP DRAWING AND SUBMITTAL LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
211313
Wet-Pipe Sprinkler
Systems
Product Data and Shop Drawings: For
Wet-Pipe Sprinkler Systems. DelagatedDesign Submittal.
260500
Electrical General
Provisions
Ground Rod Tests
260501
Basic Materials and
Methods
Product Data and Shop Drawings
260513
Conductors Rated Above
600V
Product Data
260519
Conductors
Manufacturer's Data on electric wire and
cable
260526
Grounding System
Shop Drawings and Product Data
260533
Raceways
Product Data
262200
Dry-Type Transformers
Product Data and Shop Drawings
262413
Switchboards
Product Data and Shop Drawings
262416
Panelboards
Shop Drawings and Product Data
SDSL - 8
SHOP DRAWING AND SUBMITTAL LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
262726
Wiring Devices
Product Data
262913
Motor Controllers
Shop Drawings and Product Data
263213
Electrical Emergency
Standby Power System
Generator Set
Product Data, Performance Data, Shop
Drawings and Compliance Data
264113
Lightning Protection
Systems
Shop Drawings and Product Data
265100
Lighting
Shop Drawings and Product Data
270000
Telecommunications Cable
Plant
Product Data and Certifications
281300
Access Control System
Shop Drawings, Product Data, Layouts,
Load Calculations
283111
Addressable Fire Alarm
System
Product Data, Shop Drawings, Field Test
Reports, Certifications, AHJ approval
321313
Concrete Paving
Pavement Marking Plan
321373
Concrete Joint Sealant
Product Data, Samples, Schedule, Test
Reports, Certificates
337313
Liquid Filled Utility
Transformers
Product Data, Shop Drawings, Data Sheet
and Test Reports
SDSL - 9
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND SERVICE MANUAL LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
Catalog Data
Wiring
Diagrams
Installation
Instructions
Service &
Maintenance
Instructions
Section
Title
Description
075423
Fully-Adhered
Thermoplastic Membrane
Roofing System (TPO)
Non-Felt Back Over
Coverboard,
Polyisocyanurate
Insulation, Thermal Barrier
(Installation Required on
Metal Roof Deck Only) And
AVB/Temporary Roof
Mebrane (Installation
Required on Concreate
Roof Deck Only)
Maintenance Data
√
084126
All-Glass Entrances
Maintenance Data
√
093000
Tiling
Care and Maintenance Data
√
096500
Resilient Flooring
Maintenance Data
√
096623
Resinous Matrix Terrazzo
Flooring
Maintenance Data
√
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Parts list and
Availability
Performance
Curves
Startup &
Operating
Instructions
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND SERVICE MANUAL LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
099113
Exterior Painting (Roof
Only)
Maintenance Data
√
10 26
00
Wall and Door Protection
Maintenance Data
√
104413
Fire Protection Cabinets
Maintenance Data
√
115313
Laboratory Fume Hoods
Operating and Maintenance Data, Paint Touch up Kit
√
123553
Metal Laboratory Casework
Paint Touch Up Kit
√
211313
Wet-Pipe Sprinkler
Systems
Extra Materials, packaged and labeled
22 05
00
Basic Plumbing
Requirements
Operating and Maintenance Manuals for all Plumbing
Systems and Equipment
√
√
√
√
√
√
23 05
00
Basic HVAC Requirements
Operating and Maintenance Manuals for all Mechanical
Systems and Equipment
√
√
√
√
√
√
26 05
00
Electrical General
Provisions
Operating and Maintenance Manuals for all Electrical
Systems and Equipment
√
√
√
√
√
OMML - 2
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CLOSEOUT LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
GC/3.14
General Conditions
As-Built Drawings
SC/11
Special Conditions
Executed commissioning plan w/ required
documentation
074113
Metal Roof Panels
Warranties
074219
Metal Plate Wall Panels
Warranty
075423.01
TPO Roofing
Warranty
077010
Prefinished,
Premanufactured Fascia
(Roof Only)
Warranty
077113
Prefinished,
Premanufactured
Expansion Joint System
Warranty
079200
Joint Sealants
Warranty
081416
Flush Wood Doors
Warranty
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CLOSEOUT LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
084126
All-Glass Entrances
Warranty
085113
Aluminum Windows
Warranty
087413
Security Access System
As Built Drawings
088000
Glazing
Warranty
093000
Tiling
Extra Material: 2% of amount installed
095113
Acoustical Panel Ceilings
Extra Material: 2% of amount installed
096500
Resilient Flooring
Extra (1) Box for every 50 Boxes, not less
than 5% of each color
096813
Tile Carpeting
Extra Material: 5% of amount installed
099113
Exterior Painting (Roof
Only)
Warranty
096813
Tile Carpeting
Extra Material: 5% of amount installed
101100
Visual Display Surfaces
Warranty
123553
Metal Laboratory Casework
Warranty
210500
Basic Fire Protection
Requirements
Warranties, as-built drawings, piping
pressure test logs, closeout walk through
documentation, owner training
documentation
230519
Fire Protection Gauges
Project Record Documents
211313
Fire Protection System
Hydrostatic pressure test reports
CLOSL - 2
CLOSEOUT LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
220500
Basic Plumbing
Requirements
Warranties, as-built drawings, piping
pressure test logs, closeout walk through
documentation, owner training
documentation
220519
Plumbing Meters and
Gauges
Project Record Documents
221000
Plumbing Piping
Plumbing Piping Hydrostatic pressure test
report; Provide two (2) repacking kits for
each size valve
221119
Plumbing Specialties
Project Record Documents
222123
Plumbing Pumps
Project Record Documents
223000
Plumbing Equipment
Project Record Documents
224000
Plumbing Fixtures
Project Record Documents
226113
Compressed Air and
Vacuum Systems
Project Record Documents
226700
DI Water Piping
DI Piping Hydrostatic pressure test report;
Provide two (2) repacking kits for each size
valve
226701
DI Water System
Equipment
Project Record Documents
Basic HVAC Requirements
Warranties, as-built drawings, piping
pressure test logs, closeout walk through
documentation, owner training
documentation
230500
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CLOSEOUT LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
230519
HVAC Meters and Gauges
Project Record Documents
230593
Testing, Adjusting and
Balancing
Pre-balancing conference meeting notes;
Pre-balancing field deficiency report; TAB
draft report; Final TAB Report
230900
Digital Control Equipment
Project Record Documents
230901
Instrumentation and Control
Elements
Project Record Documents
230902
Variable Frequency Drives
Project Record Documents, Warranty
232113
Hydronic Piping
Plumbing Piping Hydrostatic pressure test
report; Provide two (2) repacking kits for
each size valve
231119
Hydronic Specialties
Project Record Documents
232123
HVAC Pumps
Project Record Documents
233113
Ductwork
Owner approval of ductwork cleaning;
Damper re-setting demonstration to Owner
233413
High Plume Fans
Project Record Documents, Warranty
233600
Air Terminal Units
Project Record Documents, Warranty
233700
Air Outlets and Inlets
Project Record Documents, Warranty
233700
Breechings, Chimneys, and
Stacks
Project Record Documents, Warranty
237313
Air Handling Units
Project Record Documents, Warranty
238216
Air Coils
Project Record Documents, Warranty
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CLOSEOUT LOG
Project: Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Project Number: 246900
Contractor:
238239
Terminal Heat Transfer
Units
Project Record Documents, Warranty
260500
Electrical General
Provisions
Electrical Test Reports and Motor Test
Reports
263213
Electrical Emergency
Standby Power System
Generator Set
Warranty
265100
Lighting Fixtures
Extra Material: Provide Ten (10) extra
lamps per 1000 for each installed; One (1)
extra lens and louver per 100 for each
installed; Provide one (1) extra ballast per
100 for each installed
270000
Telecommunications Cable
Plant
Warranty
281300
Access Control System
Warranty, Training, Record Documents
283100
Addressable Fire Alarm
System
Extra Materials: Provide Break Rods for
Manual Stations - 15%, 6 minimum; Strobe
Units - 10%; Detectors - 10%; Printer
Ribbons - 6
312000
Earth Moving
Project Record Documents
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Missouri University of Science & Technology
Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Rolla, Missouri
MS&T Project #:
TCEP Project #:
06/16
246900
624-128-15
SECTION 11 52 13 - PROJECTION SCREENS
1.
GENERAL
1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS
A.
Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions
and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.
1.
1.2
See Section 007300 “Supplementary Conditions”, if included, for requirements relating to
interpretation of the drawings.
SUMMARY
A.
This Section includes the following:
1.
B.
1.3
Electrically operated, ceiling-mounted, front projection screens.
For electrical wiring, connections, and installation of remote control switches for electrically
operated projection screens see Division 26.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Product data for each type of screen specified.
B.
Wiring diagram for electrically operated units.
C.
Shop drawings showing layout and types of projection screens.
1.4
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
1.5
Coordination of Work:
construction.
Coordinate layout and installation of projection screens with other
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Do not deliver projection screens until building is enclosed and construction within spaces
where screens will be installed is substantially complete.
B.
Protect screens from damage during delivery, handling, storage, and installation.
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Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Rolla, Missouri
MS&T Project #:
TCEP Project #:
246900
624-128-15
2.
PRODUCTS
2.1
PROJECTION SCREEN SURFACES, GENERAL
A.
Material and Viewing Surface of Front Projection Screens: Obtain screens manufactured from
mildew and flame-resistant fabric of type indicated for each type of screen specified and
complying with the following requirements:
1.
Matte white viewing surface with minimum gain characteristics complying with FS GS-S00172D (1) for Type A screen surface.
a.
b.
2.
3.
4.
5.
2.2
06/16
Application: Provide matte white surfaces unless otherwise indicated
Material: Flexible vinyl fabric. Equal to Draper “M1300” (For Tab Tensioned
System)
Seamless Construction: Provide screens in sizes indicated without seams.
Edge Treatement: Black Masking borders.
Mildew Resistance: Provide mildew-resistant screen fabrics as determined by Federal
Standard 191A/5760.
Fire Performance Characteristics: NFPA 701 per small-scale test, FS 191A/5903 for test
method, and FS GG-S-00172D(1) for flame resistance.
ELECTRICALLY OPERATED FRONT PROJECTION SCREENS
A.
General: Provide manufacturer's standard UL-listed units consisting of case, screen, motor,
controls, mounting accessories, and other components required for a complete installation.
Remotely control operation of each screen to comply with the following:
1.
Single Station Low Voltage Control with 3-position wall switch:
a.
b.
B.
Da-Lite: LVC dry contact wall switch is included with Da-Lite screen, Typ.
Draper: LVC-III, with 3-position dry contact wall switch.
Motor in Roller Operated Screens with Automatic Ceiling Closure: Units designed for recessed
installation with bottom of case composed of two panels, one to open and close automatically
when screen is lowered and raised, and the other openable for access to interior of case.
1.
2.
Screen Case: White powder-coated extruded aluminum.
Motor: Instant reversing, gear drive motor of size and capacity recommended by screen
manufacturer with permanently lubricated ball bearings, automatic thermal overload
protection, preset limit switches to automatically stop screen in "up" and "down"
positions, and positive stop action to prevent coasting. Locate motor in its own
compartment as follows:
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Schrenk Hall – Phase II Renovation
Rolla, Missouri
MS&T Project #:
TCEP Project #:
3.
246900
624-128-15
Screen: As indicated below, with top edge mounted on, and securely anchored to, rigid
metal roller supported by self-aligning bearings in brackets.
a.
b.
C.
06/16
Size of Viewing Surface: HDTV format 65” x 116”.
Provide extra black drop length if needed to have bottom of image 48” AFF.
Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:
1.
2.
Da-Lite “Tensioned Advantage Deluxe” Recess-mounted extruded aluminum case for
installation in drywall ceiling/bulkhead.
Draper “Access/Series V” Recess-mounted extruded aluminum case for installation in
drywall ceiling/bulkhead. Motor with Built-in, Low-Voltage Control.
3.
EXECUTION
3.1
INSTALLATION
A.
General:
Install projection screens at locations indicated in compliance with screen
manufacturer's instructions.
B.
Install front projection screens securely anchored to supporting substrate, and in manner that
produces a smoothly operating screen with plumb and straight vertical edges and plumb and
flat viewing surfaces when screen is lowered.
1.
2.
3.2
Test electrically operated units to verify that screen, controls, limit switches, closure and
other operating components are fully functioning.
Place optically coated surface toward audience.
PROTECTION AND CLEANING
A.
Protect projection screens after installation from damage during construction. Remove and
replace damaged components or entire unit as required to provide units in their original,
undamaged condition.
END OF SECTION 115213
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