14 JUN 2012 ADDENDUM ONE 1101 1 14 June 2012

14 June 2012
RENOVATIONS & ADDITIONS
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
CLARKSVILLE, TN
ADDENDUM NO. ONE
TO PLANHOLDERS: This addendum is issued to modify the original Project Drawings and Project
Manual, and is hereby made part of the contract documents. Please attach this addendum to the Project
Manual in your possession. Review changes to each portion of the work, as changes of one portion may
affect the work of another
PROJECT MANUAL
Volume 1
ITEM 1.
ITEM 2.
ITEM 3.
ITEM 4.
ITEM 5.
SECTION 00010 - TABLE OF CONTENTS, DIVISION 2 – SITE CONSTRUCTION; Add the
following title: “02510 - CONCRETE STRUCTURES 3 pages”.
SECTION 00010 – TABLE OF CONTENTS, DIVISION 5 – METALS; Delete “STEELE”.
Substitute therefor “STEEL”.
SECTION 00010 – TABLE OF CONTENTS, DIVISION 8 – DOORS AND WINDOWS; Delete the
following titles: “08450 – ALL-GLASS ENTRANCES & STOREFRONTS”, and “08625 – UNIT
SKYLIGHT”.
SECTION 08710 DOOR HARDWARE, PART 3 – EXECUTION; Add the following:
3.4 HARDWARE SCHEDULE & 3.5 NOTES TO HARDWARE SCHEDULE dated 14 Jun 2012
attached hereto.
SECTION 08800 – GLAZING, PART 2 – PRODUCTS, 2.8 ALUMINUM GLAZING PANEL,
B. Panel Construction; Delete Items 1-10. Substitute Therefor:
“1.
ITEM 6.
ITEM 7.
Basis of Design: Thermolite by Laminators Inc.
a. Insulating foam core sandwiched between two corrugated polyallomer stabilizers and
finished aluminum sheets.
b. Panel Facing: Smooth face, minimum 0.028 inch thick, ASTM B209 aluminum sheet.
c. Panel Backing: Random painted aluminum sheet, minimum 0.013 thick, ASTM B209
aluminum sheet.
d. Panel Thickness: 1 inch.
e. Panel Core: Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam.
f. Fire Test Performance: ASTM E84: Class A.
g. Bond Test Performance: ASTM C481 Cyclic Aging: Pass.
h. Finish: Kynar 500 - PVDF fluoropolymer paint system meeting AAMA 2605.”
SECTION 09550 - WOOD FLOORING SYSTEMS, PART 2 – PRODUCTS, 2.2 FLOORING
SYSTEMS, B. Acceptable Manufacturers; Add the following: "AacerCush II by Aacer Flooring
Pestigo, WI."
SECTION 11060 - STAGE CURTAINS, PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.7 MANUFACTURER A; Add
the following: "8. Fashion Stage Curtains".
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ITEM 8.
ITEM 9.
SECTION 12610 - FIXED SEATING, PART 1 - GENERAL 1.3 Submittals: F.; Delete "5 years".
Substitute therefor "3 years".
SECTION 12610 - FIXED SEATING, PART 2 - PRODUCTS MANUFACTURERS,
MANUFACTURERS, A.; Add the following: "4. Preferred Seating".
ITEM 10.
SECTION 12660 - TELESCOPING STANDS, PART 2 – PRODUCTS, 2.1 ACCEPTABLE
MANUFACTURERS, C. Acceptable Manufacturers; Add the following: "3. KODIAK
INDUSTRIES".
Volume 2
ITEM 11.
SECTION 16550 - THEATRICAL LIGHTING: Add the following: "Lehigh and ETC are acceptable
manufacturers for theatrical lighting controls."
ITEM 12.
Refer to Mechanical and Electrical Addendum Items Attached hereto.
DRAWINGS
Volume 1
ITEM 13.
SHEET C100 EXISTING CONDITIONS; Delete GRAPHIC SCALE in its entirety and " 1"=60' ".
Substitute therefor " 1"=50' ".
ITEM 14.
SHEET C200 SITE DEMOLITION PLAN; Add ADD-1 SHEET 1 OF 15 dated 06/12/12 attached
hereto.
ITEM 15.
SHEET C200 SITE DEMOLITION PLAN; Add ADD-1 SHEET 2 OF 15 dated 06/12/12 attached
hereto.
ITEM 16.
SHEET C201 UTILITY DEMOLITION PLAN; Add ADD-1 SHEET 3 OF 15 dated 06/12/12
attached hereto.
ITEM 17.
SHEET C300 SITE LAYOUT & SURFACE MATERIALS, GENERAL NOTES; Add the following:
"9) Seal exterior concrete provided under Sections 03305 SITE CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE
and 02751 CEMENT CONCRETE PAVING with “Proscoc Saltguard” or approved equal.
Rates of application shall comply with “Prosoco Saltguard” printed specifications.
ITEM 18.
SHEET C300 SITE LAYOUT & SURFACE MATERIALS, PLAN; Add ADD-1 SHEET 4 OF 15
dated 06/12/12 attached hereto.
ITEM 19.
SHEET C300 SITE LAYOUT & SURFACE MATERIALS, PLAN; Add ADD-1 SHEET 5 OF 15
dated 06/12/12 attached hereto.
ITEM 20.
SHEET C300 SITE LAYOUT & SURFACE MATERIALS, PLAN; Add ADD-1 SHEET 6 OF 15
dated 06/12/12 attached hereto.
ITEM 21.
SHEET C401 SITE LAYOUT & STAKING PLAN; Add ADD-1 SHEET 7 OF 15 dated 06/12/12
attached hereto.
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ITEM 22.
SHEET C401 SITE LAYOUT & STAKING PLAN; Add ADD-1 SHEET 8 OF 15 dated 06/12/12
attached hereto.
ITEM 23.
SHEET C501 GRADING & DRAINAGE PLAN; Add ADD-1 SHEET 9 OF 15 dated 06/12/12
attached hereto.
ITEM 24.
SHEET C502 GRADING & DRAINAGE PLAN; Add ADD-1 SHEET 10 of 15 dated 06/12/12
attached hereto.
ITEM 25.
SHEET C502 GRADING & DRAINAGE PLAN; Delete Structure Table and Pipe Table in their
entirety; Substitute therefor Structure Table and Pipe Table ADD-1 SHEET 11 of 15 dated
06/12/12 attached hereto.
ITEM 26.
SHEET C503 GRADING & DRAINAGE PLAN; Add ADD-1 SHEET 12 of 15 dated 06/12/12
attached hereto.
ITEM 27.
SHEET C503 GRADING & DRAINAGE PLAN; Delete Structure Table and Pipe Table in their
entirety. Substitute therefor Structure Table and Pipe Table ADD-1 SHEET 13 of 15 dated
06/12/12 attached hereto.
ITEM 28.
SHEET C504 GRADING & DRAINAGE PLAN; Add ADD-1 SHEET 9 OF 15 dated 06/12/12
attached hereto.
ITEM 29.
SHEET C700 UTILITY PLAN; Add UTILITY PLAN SHEET 14 of 15 dated 06/12/12 attached
hereto.
ITEM 30.
SHEET C700 UTILITY PLAN; Add UTILITY PLAN SHEET 15 of 15 dated 06/12/12 attached
hereto.
ITEM 31.
SHEET C800 GENERAL SITE NOTES; Add the following: "SITE FENCING GENERAL NOTE
SF-1 SITE FENCING INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE MECHANICAL YARD
PERIMETER AND WATER TOWER PERIMETER SHALL BE 6'-0" HIGH 9 GAUGE CHAIN-LINK
FENCE WITH TOP RAIL AND BOTTOM TENSION CABLE.
SITE FENCING SHALL COMPLY WITH 02831 CHAIN-LINK FENCING AND GATES. SUBMIT
SHOP DRAWINGS FOR REVIEW PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION."
ITEM 32.
SHEET C903 GENERAL SITE DETAILS; Add ADD-1 SHEET 5 of 15 PERIMETER JOINT @
WALL dated 06/12/12 attached hereto.
ITEM 33.
SHEET C904 GENERAL SITE DETAILS; Delete five (5) Slot Drain Details in their entirety.
Substitute therefor five (5) Slot Drain Details attached hereto.
ITEM 34.
SHEET A001 DOOR SCHEDULE; Delete SHEET A001 in its entirety. Substitute therefor
SHEET A001 dated 14 JUN 2012 attached hereto. CLARIFICATION: Added Hardware Sets to
Door Schedule.
ITEM 35.
SHEET A002 DOOR SCHEDULE; Delete SHEET A002 in its entirety. Substitute therefor
SHEET A002 dated 14 JUN 2012 attached hereto. CLARIFICATION: Added Hardware Sets to
Door Schedule.
ITEM 36.
SHEET A003 DOOR SCHEDULE; Delete SHEET A003 in its entirety. Substitute therefor
SHEET A003 dated 14 JUN 2012 attached hereto. CLARIFICATION: Added Hardware Sets to
Door Schedule.
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ITEM 37.
SHEET A004 DOOR SCHEDULE; Delete SHEET A004 in its entirety. Substitute therefor
SHEET A004 dated 14 JUN 2012 attached hereto. CLARIFICATION: Added Hardware Sets to
Door Schedule.
ITEM 38.
SHEET A006 STOREFRONT & ENTRANCES, N13 STOREFRONT @ CLASSROOMS; Delete
"364B" & "384B".
ITEM 39.
SHEET A106 PLAN – CLASSROOM RENOVATION, A6 PLAN; Delete Door Assembly Tag
"244C". Substitute therefor "NOTE 06".
ITEM 40.
SHEET A107 PLAN – MEDIA CENTER RENOVATION, A4 PLAN, 300A-366 / 390-399 DOOR
364B; Delete "NOTE D02". Substitute therefor "EXISTING DOOR TO REMAIN".
ITEM 41.
SHEET A108 PLAN – CAFETERIA RENOVATION, A1 PLAN 367-390 DOOR 384B; Delete
"NOTE D02"; Substitute therefor "EXISTING DOOR TO REMAIN".
ITEM 42.
SHEET A108 PLAN – CAFETERIA RENOVATION, A1 PLAN367-390 CONST 376; Delete
Drawing Reference Tag "???/A30?". Substitute therefor "A1/A303".
ITEM 43.
SHEET A108 PLAN – CAFETERIA RENOVATION, A1 PLAN 367-390 AGRICULTURE 380;
Delete Drawing Reference Tag "???/A30?". Substitute therefor "A1/A303 - OPPOSITE HAND".
ITEM 44.
SHEET A202 ELEV’S & SECTIONS- ADMIN ADD’N; Delete SHEET KEYNOTE 05 in its entirety.
Substitute therefor "05 NOT USED."
ITEM 45.
SHEET A202 ELEV’S & SECTIONS- ADMIN ADD’N; Delete SHEET KEYNOTE 06 in its entirety.
Substitute therefor "06 NOT USED."
ITEM 46.
SHEET A202 ELEV’S & SECTIONS- ADMIN ADD’N, E14 ADMIN. BUILDING SECTION; Add
"NOTE: REF. FIRE ALARM DRAWINGS FOR SEMI-RECESSED ANNUNCIATOR PANEL &
CONCEALED CONDUITS NOT SHOWN IN PRECAST CONC. WALL PANEL BEYOND."
ITEM 47.
SHEET A203 SECTIONS – AUX GYM/THEATER ADD’N; Delete Section References to
"N9/A203". Substitute therefor "N8/A203".
ITEM 48.
SHEET A203 SECTIONS – AUX GYM/THEATER ADD’N; Delete SHEET KEYNOTE 05 in its
entirety. Substitute therefor "05 NOT USED."
ITEM 49.
SHEET A203 SECTIONS – AUX GYM/THEATER ADD’N; Delete SHEET KEYNOTE 06 in its
entirety. Substitute therefor "06 NOT USED."
ITEM 50.
SHEET A203 SECTIONS – AUX GYM/THEATER ADD’N. BUILDING SECTION - AUXILIARY
GYM; Delete "E1". Substitute therefor "A1".
ITEM 51.
SHEET A203 SECTIONS – AUX GYM/THEATER ADD’N, J1 BUILDING SECTION: Add the
following notes: "REF. FIRE PROTECTION FOR EXPOSED AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS NOT
SHOWN THIS SECTION. REF.ELEC. FOR EXPOSED CONDUITS NOT SHOWN THIS
SECTION."
ITEM 52.
SHEET A204 SECTIONS – AUX GYM/THEATER ADD’N; Delete SHEET KEYNOTE 05 in its
entirety. Substitute therefor "05 NOT USED."
ITEM 53.
SHEET A204 SECTIONS – AUX GYM/THEATER ADD’N; Delete SHEET KEYNOTE 06 in its
entirety. Substitute therefor "06 NOT USED."
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ITEM 54.
SHEET A204 SECTIONS – AUX GYM/THEATER ADD’N; Delete SHEET KEYNOTE 09 in its
entirety. Substitute therefor "09 NOT USED."
ITEM 55.
SHEET A204 SECTIONS – AUX GYM/THEATER ADD’N; Delete SHEET KEYNOTE 10 in its
entirety. Substitute therefor "10 NOT USED."
ITEM 56.
SHEET A204 SECTIONS – AUX GYM/THEATER ADD’N; Delete SHEET KEYNOTE 09 in its
entirety. Substitute therefor "09 NOT USED."
ITEM 57.
SHEET A205 ELEV’S - CONNECTORS; Delete SHEET KEYNOTE 07 in its entirety. Substitute
therefor "07 NOT USED."
ITEM 58.
SHEET A205 ELEV’S – CONNECTORS, E1 BUILDING SECTION; Add "NOTE 12".
CLARIFICATION: Exposed field painted conduits, sprinkler piping and supports are not shown on
some Connector Addition Sections.
ITEM 59.
SHEET A211 DETAILS – BUILDING ENVELOPE, A1 DETAIL – FOUNDATION WALL; Delete
the Note “REF. CIVIL”. Substitute therefor: “REF. N1/a211”.
ITEM 60.
SHEET A211 DETAILS – BUILDING ENVELOPE; Add N1 DETAIL – TYPICAL
WATERPROOFING & FOUNDATION DRAIN dated 14 JUN 2012 attached hereto.
ITEM 61.
SHEET A301 LARGE SCALE PLANS & ACCESSORIES; Delete SHEET KEYNOTE 04 in its
entirety. Substitute therefor "04 NOT USED."
ITEM 62.
SHEET A301 LARGE SCALE PLANS & ACCESSORIES, G1 PLAN - CUST 035; Delete "NOTE
17". Substitute therefor "NOTE 19". CLARIFICATION: REF. PLBG. for Water Heater this Space.
Volume 2
ITEM 63.
Refer to Mechanical and Electrical Addendum Items Attached hereto.
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ADDENDUM
June 13, 2012
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL - RENOVATION & ADDITION
MECHANICAL
Specifications
1. Refer to Section 15010:
a. The contact person for Clarksville Water is Wade Randolph 931-645-7400.
b. The contact person for Clarksville Gas is Charles Smith 931-645-7422.
2. Refer to Section 15446 Sump Pumps attached:
the contract documents.
3. Refer to Section 15700:
equipment.
This section shall be added to
LG shall be an acceptable manufacturer for VRF
4. Refer to Section 15700 VRF Split System HVAC Units: Add attached 15700 –
Attachment #1 to complete Part 3 - Products
5. Refer to Section 15730 Packaged Rooftop Units: Remove this section in its
entirety and replace with Section 15730 – Packaged Rooftop Air Conditioning
Units.
6. Refer to Section 15733-2.06-A: Remove <<CONNECTION2>> from spec
section.
7. Refer to Section 15900 Direct Digital (Temperature) Controls: Remove this
section in its entirety and replace with Section 15900 – Direct Digital Controls.
Drawings
1. Refer to all Mechanical Sheets: Rectangular smoke dampers shall be based on
Greenheck Model “SMD-301” and round smoke dampers shall be based on
Greenheck model “SMRD-501”. Refer to drawings for required sizes.
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2. Refer to all Mitsubishi VRF Schedules: Add note to schedules – “Control
interfaces provided by equipment manufacturer”.
3. Refer to all RTU and OAU Schedules: Add note to schedules – “Include BacNet
interface by equipment manufacturer”.
4. Refer to all RTU Schedules:
a. Delete -“Provide unit with modulating hot gas rehear and humidity
sensor” as this should read - “Provide unit with on/off hot gas reheat
and humidity sensor”.
b. Add note to schedule: “Provide unit with economizer”.
5. Refer to Sheet P100-Gas Water Heater Schedule: Storage should be 100 gallon
in lieu of 43 gallon for WH-1 and WH-2.
6. Refer to Sheet M105 - Mini Split Schedule: C-CU-1 is incorrectly specified as
Model #MUZ-36NA. C-CU-1’s correct Model #MUZ-D36NA
7. Refer to Sheet M201-VRV System Indoor Unit Schedule for T/G-CU-1: Model
PKFY-P24NHMU-E is incorrect, correct model # is PKFY-P24NKMU-E.
8. Refer to Sheet M201, Note #7 - Outside Air Unit Schedule should read “Provide
unit with total energy wheel ERV.
9. Refer to Sheet M210: FS-OAU-1 has the incorrect model number specified. The
correct model number is OA1D144A4.
FIRE PROTECTION
Drawings
1. FP001 – Refer to FP001 Attachment #1 for clarification of details
2. FP101 – Refer to FP101 Attachment #1 for routing of pipe in Aux. Gym area
3. FP101 – Refer to FP101 Attachment #2 for routing of pipe in 042 – South
Connector
4. FP104 – Refer to FP104 Attachment #1 for Fire Protection design for this area
5. FP105 – Refer to FP105 Attachment #1 for Fire Protection design of 075 –
Connector
6. FP105 – Refer to FP105 Attachment #2 for Fire Protection design of 073 – East
Connector
7. FP110 – Refer to FP110 Attachment #1 for routing of pipe in Base Addition 076 –
077
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ELECTRICAL
General
1. General - Add note to Electrical drawings stating: “Prior to termination of
communications, alarm, and security systems conductors, confirm use of each
branch has been discontinued by the owner and no intermittent or persistent
“trouble” messages are displayed, transmitted or recorded.”
2. General - Revise Occupancy Sensors to be Dual Technology. PIR sensors will
not be accepted.
Specifications
1. Refer to Section 16010: The contact person for Clarksville Department of
Electricity is Terry Resha 931-905-7228.
2. Refer to Section 16010, Page 8, Item O.27: – Milk Coolers shall not be monitored
by the Fire Alarm system
3. Refer to Section 16100, Page 3, Item H.5: This color code only applies to
120/208V. For the 277/480V system provide the following:
a. Phase A – Brown
b. Phase B – Orange
c. Phase C – Yellow
d. Neutral – Grey
4. Refer to Section 16100 Page 4 Item L.2.b – Boxes surface mounted on walls
shall be Non-metallic feed by surface raceway. Refer to detail J1 on E402.
5. Refer to Section 16100 Page 4 Item M – Description is for recessed applications
only. Refer to detail J1 on E402 for surface mounted switches and receptacles.
6. Refer to Section 16100, Page 6, Item R - Delete this portion of the specs and
replace with the following:
R. SURFACE RACEWAYS
Boxes for Surface Raceways: Designed, manufactured, and supplied by
raceway manufacturer for use with specified raceway.
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Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, manufacturers offering
surface metal raceways that may be incorporated in the work include but are not limited to
the following: Panduit, Wiremold or Hubbell
1.
Dual Channel Surface Raceway(Narrow)
a. Two-piece non-metallic surface raceway can be used to route, protect, and
conceal data network, voice, video, or electrical wiring. The surface raceway
shall be listed as suitable for use in applications having up to 600 volts between
conductors by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. and Canadian Standards
Association, when screw secured and installed per instructions. The raceway
shall be manufactured from impact resistant material with a flammability rating of
UL 94V-O. All fittings and junction boxes shall match the color of the raceway
cover. Raceway fittings and boxes shall be tamper resistant to prevent
unauthorized access to the wires. It shall be compatible with the Panduit PanWay Network Wiring System.
b.
c.
d.
2.
Dual Channel Surface Raceway (Narrow) shall be: Panduit #LD2P10, used in
conjunction with surface mounted J-box, Panduit #JBP1L.
Color to be verified with the Architect.
Shop Drawings required.
Dual Channel Surface Raceway (Wide)
a.
Two-piece non-metallic surface raceway shall be used to route, protect, and
conceal data network, voice, video, AND/OR electrical wiring. The raceway shall
be listed as suitable for use in applications having up to 600V between
conductors by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. and Canadian Standards
Association, Inc. A full complement of fittings with bases to eliminate mitering
must be available. Divider walls, to form separate channels within the raceway,
must be available. Trunking boxes, which mount to an integral rail in the
raceway, must be available. Raceway and fittings to be manufactured from
impact resistant material with flammability rating of UL 94V-O. It shall be
compatible with the Panduit Pan-Way Network Wiring System.
b.
c.
Dual Channel surface raceway (Wide) shall be Panduit #T-70.
Surface raceway is to be used as shown on drawings.
d.
e.
f.
Receptacle shall be 15 Amp 125 volt.
Shop drawings required.
Color to be verified with the Architect.
7. Section 16140 Page 2 Item D.1 – For Surface Mounted boxes the faceplate shall
fit the box with no overhang
8. Section 16400 Page 1 Item B.8 – Remove this Item from the Specifications in its
entirety
9. Refer to Section 16500:
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a. Page 1 Item B.1 – Ballast must be on approved list to meet EESI
requirements. http://www.cee1.org/com/com-lt/com-lt-main.php3
b. Page 1 Item C.1 – Lamps must be on approved list to meet EESI
requirements. http://www.cee1.org/com/com-lt/com-lt-main.php3
10. Refer to Section 16500C – Remove item 1.2.B.1 in its entirety.
11. Refer to Section 16500C Page 6 Item 3.2A – Incorrectly refers to Division 26
section. Correct Section is 16100 Basic Materials and Methods.
Drawings
1. Refer to Sheet E100: Site lighting circuit HK-37 shall be changed to circuit HK-44
per the panel schedule shown on E403
2. Refer to Sheet E101:
a. Add Make-up Light per Detail P14 on A303 and circuit LC-27.
b. FAA symbol shown on drawings is a Recessed panel. FAA shall be
recessed in the center of the Wall Panel for coordination purposes
3. Refer to Sheet E101 – Add a manual light switch for lighting control to the
following rooms:
a. 035 – Cust
b. 037 – Dressing
c. 038 – Dressing
d. 039 – Gear
e. 043 – Men
f. 047 – Control Corridor
g. 048 – Women
h. 058 – Sets
i. 059 – Make-up
j. 060 – Men
k. 061 – Dressing
l. 062 – Women
m. 063 - Dressing
n. 067 – Office
o. 068 – Staff
p. 069 – Mech
4. Refer to Sheet E101: Provide a 2000 watt dimmer switch that is U.L. listed to dim
L.E.D. fixtures in 047 – Control Room
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5. Refer to Sheet E101: Conduit and wiring for light fixtures in 042 – South
Connector shall be run on the East side of the Canopy not down the center as
shown on the drawings
6. Refer to Sheet E102: FACP symbol shown on drawings is a Recessed panel.
FACP shall be recessed in the center of the Wall Panel for coordination purposes.
7. Refer to Sheet E102 – Add a manual switch for lighting control to the following
rooms:
a. 002 – Office
b. 013 – Guidance
8. Refer to Sheet E104: Provide a 120VAC power to smoke dampers shown on
M104 to nearest 20A 1P spare in nearest 120/208 Panel
9. Refer to Sheet E105:
a. S2E and EE fixtures shown in Corridor above Match line are duplicated on
E108. Provide fixtures shown once for this location per E108.
b. Conduit and wiring for light fixtures in 073 – East Connector shall be run
on the East side of the Canopy not the West side as shown on the
drawings
10. Refer to Sheet E105 – Add exterior light fixtures at the following locations per
SFM comments. Connect to the closest 277V circuit:
a. Fixture Type “WP”
1. Centered on North side of Instruments 158 outside door 73A, see
E105 Attachment #1 for reference
2. Centered on North side of ISS 175 courtyard wall, see E105
Attachment #1 for reference
3. Centered on North side of Computer 169 courtyard wall, see E105
Attachment #2 for reference
4. East of Door 225B on North side between windows of Biology 225
exterior wall, see E105 Attachment #2 for reference
5. East of Door 351B centered on South wall of Computer 351 exterior
wall, see E105 Attachment #3 for reference
6. Southwest of Door 350D centered on courtyard wall of A/V 350,
see E105 Attachment #3 for reference
7. Southeast of Door 73J center on exterior wall between connector
addition and Door 389B, see E105 Attachment #4 for reference
b. Fixture Type “WW”
1. Centered on North side of Classroom 174 courtyard wall, see E105
Attachment #5 for reference
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2. Centered on North side of English 172 courtyard wall, see E105
Attachment #5 for reference
3. Centered on Southeast side of English 348 courtyard wall, see
E105 Attachment #6 for reference
4. Northeast of Door 341B, see E105 Attachment #4 for reference.
11. Refer to Sheet E107 – Provide light switch and associated wiring at Door 334A for
lighting in Math 334.
12. Refer to Sheet E107 – Provide light switch and associated wiring at Door 333A for
lighting in Math 333
13. Refer to Sheet E108 – Add a manual light switch for lighting control to the
following rooms:
a. 385 – Men
b. 386 – Women
c. 387 – Staff
14. Refer to Sheet E108 – Provide (Qty. 3) 2000 watt dimmer switches that are U.L.
listed to dim L.E.D. fixtures in 389 – Veterinary
15. Refer to Sheet E108 – Sensor on drawing without homerun in 389 – Veterinary
shall be connected to the Power Packs located in the room
16. Refer to Sheet E110 – Add a manual switch for lighting control to 092 – Dry Sto.
17. Refer to Sheet E201 – Duplex located next to AV symbol and AV outlets in 064 –
Drama shall be changed to a Quad. Outlet and relocated per Detail A1 on A302.
18. Refer to Sheet E201 – Duplex located next to AV symbol and AV outlets in 066 –
Wellness shall be changed to a Quad. Outlet and relocated per Detail A1 on
A302.
19. Refer to Sheet E208 – Provide a Remote Annunciator for the Generator per
Specification 16010 in Locker 388B adjacent to transfer switch.
20. Refer to Sheet E320: FS-EF-1 is switched with lights. Where 120V Exhaust Fans
occur that are to be switched with lights, the contractor shall provide 120V power
and relays to be interfaced with occupancy sensor.
21. Refer to Sheet E401:
a. Model # for F2 on plans is incorrect and not approved. Replace F2 with
Prudential Ltg. Model #P59-1T8-R2-W-UNV-X1-10THD
b. Model # for F3 on plans is incorrect and not approved. Replace F3 with
Prudential Ltg. Model #P59-1T8-R3-W-UNV-X1-10THD
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c. Model # for F4 on plans is incorrect and not approved. Replace F4 with
Prudential Ltg. Model #P59-1T8-R4-W-UNV-X1-10THD
d. Add fixture type “MU” Model #UBL 1000 MB-120V-40W-12”o.c.-SC-WHTW/OSHA GUARDS-5
e. Model # for CH on plans is incorrect and not approved. Replace CH with
Shaper Model #106-52-P-1S-T5/3/54HO-277-NA-SIW-XXX-72
f. Add Earthquake Clips (EQ-clips) to lay-in fixtures per Specification 16500
g. Add Paint After Fabrication (PAF) option to steel parts per Specification
16500
h. Change Detail M1 – Electrical Panel Services - 400A 3P – 3 #500MCM
THWN, 1 #600MCM NEUTRAL, & 1 #3 GR. in 3 ½” C.
i. Change Detail M1 – Electrical Panel Services - 600A 3P – 2 – 3” C. EA. w/
3 #350MCM TWHN, 1 #400MCM NEUTRAL, & 1 #1 GR.
j. Change Detail M1 – Electrical Panel Services - 800A 3P – 2 – 3 ½” C. EA.
w/ 3 #500MCM TWHN, 1 #600MCM NEUTRAL, & 1 #1/0 GR.
k. Change Detail M1 – Electrical Panel Services - 1000A 3P – 3 – 3 ½” C.
EA. w/ 3 #400MCM TWHN, 1 #500MCM NEUTRAL, & 1 #2/0 GR.
22. Refer to Sheet E402 – Change Detail E19 – Electrical Legend – Symbol HS
shown for Theatrical Dimmer House Switch Control is shown on E101 as an ES.
23. Refer to Sheet E403: Change A.I.C. rating of D.P.B “LB” from 22,000 to 42,000
fully rated.
24. Refer to Sheet E403: Circuit LC-22 shall serve smoke dampers located on M101.
Provide wiring and conduit as required not to exceed 12.8A total.
25. Refer to Sheet E403: Circuit LA-42 shall serve smoke dampers located on M102.
Provide wiring and conduit as required not to exceed 12.8A total.
26. Refer to Sheet E403: Circuit K1-72 shall serve smoke dampers located on M110.
Provide wiring and conduit as required not to exceed 12.8A total.
FIRE ALARM
Specifications
1. Refer to Section 16720 Page 2 Item C.1.b – Control Panel shall be recessed and
ADA compliant
2. Refer to Section 16720 Page 3 Item C.8 – Remote Annunciator shall be
recessed and ADA compliant
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ADDENDUM
PAGE - 8
3. Refer to Section 16720 – Contractor installing fire alarm system is responsible for
maintaining a fully operational fire system in existing building during construction.
When area with existing FACP is no longer occupied by school staff, contractor
shall provide means of monitoring existing system. This can be with a
connection to FACP in 002 – Office (refer to F102), maintaining a fire watch in
areas not electronically monitored, or other means approved by State Fire
Marshall. Existing FACP is located in 319 - Lounge (refer to F107). Existing
system shall be monitored for status of “alarm”, “supervisory”, and “trouble”
signals.
Drawings
1. General - Add note to Fire Alarm drawings stating: “Prior to termination of
communications, alarm, and security systems conductors, confirm use of each
branch has been discontinued by the owner and no intermittent or persistent
“trouble” messages are displayed, transmitted or recorded.”
2. Refer to Sheet F101: FAA symbol shown on drawings is a Recessed panel.
FAA shall be recessed in the center of the Wall Panel for coordination purposes.
3. Refer to Sheet F101: Provide smoke detectors in immediate vicinity of smoke
dampers shown on M101 to activate unit and fire alarm system.
4. Refer to Sheet F101: Provide duct smoke detectors for AC-1/AHU-1 and AC2/AHU-2 shown on M101 and M111 and connect to the fire alarm system.
5. Refer to Sheet F102: FACP symbol shown on drawings is a Recessed panel.
FACP shall be recessed in the center of the Wall Panel for coordination purposes.
6. Refer to Sheet F102 – Provide smoke detectors in immediate vicinity of smoke
dampers shown on M102 to activate unit and fire alarm system.
7. Refer to Sheet F102 – Provide duct smoke detectors for A-RTU-1 shown on M112
and connect to fire alarm system.
8. Refer to Sheet F104 – Provide smoke detectors in immediate vicinity of smoke
dampers shown on M104 to activate unit and fire alarm system.
9. Refer to Sheet F105: Devices need to be UL listed for wet location
a. Add exterior mounted pull stations at doors 73V, 73T, 75C, and 75D.
b. Add exterior Horn/Strobes in Courtyard above doors 169B, 172B, 175B, 343B,
349B, 349C, and 350D. Strobe shall be 110cd and Horn shall be 90 dB.
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ADDENDUM
PAGE - 9
10. Refer to Sheet F110 – Provide smoke detectors in immediate vicinity of smoke
dampers shown on M110 to activate unit and fire alarm system.
11. Refer to Sheet F110 – Provide duct smoke detectors for FS-OAU-1 shown on
M120 and connect to fire alarm system
WBW Engineering, Inc.
3000 Canton Street
Hopkinsville, KY 42240
270-886-2536
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL RENOVATION
ADDENDUM
PAGE - 10
3.4
HARDWARE SCHEDULE
General: Provide hardware for each door to comply with requirements of Section "Door Hardware,"
hardware set numbers indicated in door schedule, and in the following schedule of hardware sets.
Extra Material: Provide one (1) extra of each item specified for maintenance purposes to the Owner.
3.5
NOTES TO HARDWARE SCHEDULE:
1.
The keyway is ASSA, and locks must be keyed into existing masterkey system unless noted
otherwise.
2.
Refer to Door & Frame Schedule for Door Numbers to receive specific Hardware Sets.
3.
Manufacturers used:
(ASSA)
(YALE)
(HAG)
(DOM)
Assa
Yale
Hager
Dor-O-Matic
(AR)
(SCH)
(AL LK)
(LCN)
Adams-Rite
Schlage Lock Company
Alarm Lock
LCN
HARDWARE SET 1
02
02
01
01
02
02
02
01
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
CONTINUOUS HINGE
RIM EXIT DEVICE
MULLION
STABILIZERS
HIGH SECURITY RIM CYL.
CLOSERS
PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
EACH DROP PLATE
EACH THRESHOLD
780-112HD
1792NL-OP/HB-OP X 9970
RM170
525
6551
DBZ
DC13
DC13
DC13
10B
HAG
DOM
DOM
DOM
ASSA
5100 MLT 14 5113 5955
5110
412S FH/SLEEVE/ANCHOR
DBZ
DBZ
MIL
HAG
HAG
HAG
NOTE: PERIMETER WEATHERSTRIPPING, MEETING STILE WEATHERSTRIPPING, AND DOOR
BOTTOM WEATHERSTRIPPING BY ALUMINUM DOOR SUPPLIER
DELETE THRESHOLD AT DOOR NOS. : 002B, 057A, 065
HARDWARE SET 2
01
01
01
01
01
01
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
CONTINUOUS HINGE
RIM EXIT DEVICE
HIGH SECURITY RIM CYL.
CLOSERS
PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
EACH DROP PLATE
EACH THRESHOLD
780-112HD
1792NL-OP/HB-OP X 9970
6551
DBZ
DC13
10B
HAG
DOM
ASSA
5100 MLT 14 5113 5955
5110
412S FH/SLEEVE/ANCHOR
DBZ
DBZ
MIL
HAG
HAG
HAG
NOTE: PERIMETER WEATHERSTRIPPING, MEETING STILE WEATHERSTRIPPING, AND DOOR
BOTTOM WEATHERSTRIPPING BY ALUMINUM DOOR SUPPLIER.
DELETE THRESHOLD AT DOOR NO. : 002A
ADD THE FOLLOWING AT DOOR NO. : 022A
01
OVERHEAD DRIP GUARD
14 JUN 2012
810S X 1”+DW
DOOR HARDWARE
08710 - 11
DBA
HAG
1101
HARDWARE SET 3
01
01
01
01
01
01
EACH CONTINUOUS HINGE
EACH DEADLATCH PADDLE
DEVICE - NO OUTSIDE TRIM
EACH CLOSERS
EACH DROP PLATE
EACH THRESHOLD
EACH OVERHEAD DRIP GUARD
780-112HD
DBZ
HAG
4900 W/ 4591
5100 PAR 14 5113 5955
5110
412S FH/SLEEVE/ANCHOR
810S X 1”+DW
313
DBZ
DBZ
MIL
DBA
AR
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
NOTE: PERIMETER WEATHERSTRIPPING, MEETING STILE WEATHERSTRIPPING, AND DOOR
BOTTOM WEATHERSTRIPPING BY ALUMINUM DOOR SUPPLIER
HARDWARE SET 4
02
02
02
02
EACH CONTINUOUS HINGE
EACH CLOSERS
PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
EACH PUSH/PULL BAR SETS
EACH DROP PLATE
780-112HD
DBZ
HAG
5100 MLT 14 5113 5955
157 D V B
5110
DBZ
628
DBZ
HAG
HAG
HAG
NOTE: PERIMETER WEATHERSTRIPPING, MEETING STILE WEATHERSTRIPPING, AND DOOR
BOTTOM WEATHERSTRIPPING BY ALUMINUM DOOR SUPPLIER
HARDWARE SET 5
03
01
01
01
01
01
03
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
INTRUDER CLASSROOM LEVER SET
HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
WALL STOP
KICKPLATE 8” X 2” LDW
SMOKE GASKET
SILENCERS
BB1168
5418LN AU
65631
236W
190S
726S
307D
26D
26D
26D
32D
32D
CH
GY
HAG
YALE
ASSA
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
BB1168
5405LN AU TAC
65631
5100 MLT 14
190S
726S
236W
307D
26D
26D
26D
ALM
32D
CH
32D
GY
HAG
YALE
ASSA
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
BB1168
5405LN AU TAC
24-147
5100 MLT 14
190S
726S
236W
307D
26D
26D
26D
ALM
32D
CH
32D
GY
HAG
YALE
SCH
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HARDWARE SET 6
03
01
01
01
01
01
01
03
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
STOREROOM LEVER SET, TACTILE
HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
CLOSER PARALLEL ARM
KICKPLATE 8” X 2”LDW
SMOKE GASKET
WALL STOP
SILENCERS
HARDWARE SET 7
03
01
01
01
01
01
01
03
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
14 JUN 2012
BALL BEARING HINGES
STOREROOM LEVER SET, TACTILE
STANDARD CYLINDER
CLOSER PARALLEL ARM
KICKPLATE 8” X 2”LDW
SMOKE GASKET
WALL STOP
SILENCERS
DOOR HARDWARE
08710 - 12
1101
HARDWARE SET 8
03
01
01
01
03
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
PRIVACY LEVER SET
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
KICKPLATE 8X 2” LDW
SILENCERS
BB1279
5402LN AU
5100 MLT 14
190S
307D
26D
26D
ALM
32D
GY
HAG
YALE
HAG
HAG
HAG
BB1168
5404LN AU
65631
5100 MLT 14
236W
190S
726S
307D
26D
26D
26D
ALM
32D
32D
CH
GY
HAG
YALE
ASSA
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
BB1168
5404LN AU
65631
236W
307D
26D
26D
26D
32D
GY
HAG
YALE
ASSA
HAG
HAG
BB1168
5408LN AU
65631
5100 MLT 14
236W
190S
726S
307D
26D
26D
26D
ALM
32D
32D
CH
GY
HAG
YALE
ASSA
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HARDWARE SET 9
03
01
01
01
01
01
01
03
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
ENTRY LEVER SET
HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
WALL STOP
KICKPLATE 8” X 2” LDW
SMOKE GASKET
SILENCERS
HARDWARE SET 10
03
01
01
01
03
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
ENTRY LEVER SET
HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
WALL STOP
SILENCERS
HARDWARE SET 11
03
01
01
01
01
01
01
03
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
CLASSROOM LEVER SET
HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
WALL STOP
KICKPLATE 8” X 2” LDW
SMOKE GASKET
SILENCERS
NOTE: VERIFY HINGES & CLOSER INSTALLATION FOR 180° OPENING ON DOOR NOS. :
079A, 079B & 079C.
REFER TO ELEC. / FIRE ALARM DRAWINGS FOR MAGNETIC HOLD OPENS.
HARDWARE SET 12
06
02
02
02
02
06
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
14 JUN 2012
BALL BEARING HINGES
PUSH PLATE
PULL PLATE
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
KICKPLATES 8 X 2”LDW
SILENCERS
BB1168
30S 6 X 16
36N 6 X 16
5100 MLT 14
190S
307D
DOOR HARDWARE
08710 - 13
26D
32D
32D
ALM
32D
GY
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
1101
HARDWARE SET 13
03
01
01
01
03
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
PASSAGE LEVER SET
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
KICKPLATE 8X 2: LDW
SILENCERS
BB1279
5401LN AU
4040
190S
307D
26D
26D
AL
32D
GY
HAG
YALE
LCN
HAG
HAG
BB1168
5408LN AU
65631
236W
307D
26D
26D
26D
32D
GY
HAG
YALE
ASSA
HAG
HAG
BB1168
282D
5408LN AU
65631
5100 MLT 14
236W
190S
726S
307D
26D
26D
26D
26D
ALM
32D
32D
CH
GY
HAG
HAG
YALE
ASSA
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
BB1168
282D
5405LN AU TAC
24-147
5100 MLT 14
236W
190S
726S
307D
26D
26D
26D
26D
ALM
32D
32D
CH
GY
HAG
HAG
YALE
SCH
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
BB1168
282D
5405LN AU TAC
65631
5100 MLT 14
236W
190S
726S
307D
26D
26D
26D
26D
ALM
32D
32D
CH
GY
HAG
HAG
YALE
ASSA
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HARDWARE SET 14
03
01
01
01
03
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
CLASSROOM LEVER SET
HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
WALL STOP
SILENCERS
HARDWARE SET 15
06
02
01
01
02
02
02
01
06
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
FLUSH BOLTS
CLASSROOM LEVER SET
HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
WALL STOP
KICKPLATE 8” X 2” LDW
SMOKE GASKET
SILENCERS
HARDWARE SET 16
06
02
01
01
02
02
02
01
06
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
FLUSH BOLTS
STOREROOM LEVER SET, TACTILE
STANDARD CYLINDER
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
WALL STOP
KICKPLATE 8” X 2” LDW
SMOKE GASKET
SILENCERS
HARDWARE SET 17
06
02
01
01
02
02
02
01
06
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
14 JUN 2012
BALL BEARING HINGES
FLUSH BOLTS
STOREROOM LEVER SET, TACTILE
HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
WALL STOP
KICKPLATE 8” X 2” LDW
SMOKE GASKET
SILENCERS
DOOR HARDWARE
08710 - 14
1101
HARDWARE SET 18
02
01
01
01
02
02
01
06
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
FIRE EXIT DEVICE RIM - EXIT ONLY
CLASSROOM LEVER SET
HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
KICKPLATES 8 X 2”LDW
SMOKE GASKET
SILENCERS
BB1168
4501 RIM F
5408LN AU
65631
5100 MLT 14
190S
726S
307D
26D
32D
26D
26D
ALM
32D
CH
GY
HAG
HAG
YALE
ASSA
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
BB1168
4501 RIM F X 45CE
4900F
6551
5100 MLT 14
190S
726S
307D
26D
26D
USP
26D
ALM
32D
CH
GY
HAG
HAG
HAG
ASSA
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
BALL BEARING HINGES
BB1199 NRP
EXIT DEVICE RIM FIRE
4501 RIM F X 45NL
FIRE MULLION, KEY REMOVABLE
4900F
RIM CYLINDERS
6551
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
5100 MLT 14
KICKPLATES 8 X 2”LDW
190S
THRESHOLD
412S
WEATHERSTRIPPING
891S
MEETING STILE WEATHERSTRIPPING802B
SILENCERS
307D
WALL STOP
236W
26D
26D
USP
26D
ALM
32D
MIL
MIL
MIL
GY
32D
HAG
HAG
HAG
ASSA
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
26D
26D
26D
ALM
32D
32D
MIL
MIL
GY
26D
MIL
HAG
YALE
ASSA
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HARDWARE SET 19
06
02
01
03
02
02
01
06
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
EXIT DEVICE RIM FIRE
FIRE MULLION, KEY REMOVABLE
RIM CYLINDERS
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
KICKPLATES 8 X 2”LDW
SMOKE GASKET
SILENCERS
HARDWARE SET 20
06
02
01
03
02
02
01
01
02
06
02
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
HARDWARE SET 21
03
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
03
01
01
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
14 JUN 2012
BALL BEARING HINGES
INTRUDER CLASSROOM LEVER SET
HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
LATCH PROTECTOR
KICKPLATES 8” X 2” LDW
THRESHOLD
WEATHERSTRIPPING
SILENCERS
DOOR VIEWER
OVERHEAD DRIP GUARD
BB1199 NRP
5418LN AU
65631
5100 MLT 14
341D
190S
412S
891S
307D
1756
810S X 1”+DW
DOOR HARDWARE
08710 - 15
1101
HARDWARE SET 22
06
02
01
01
02
02
01
02
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
FIRE EXIT DEVICE RIM – EXIT ONLY
RIM CYLINDERS
FIRE MULLION, KEY REMOVABLE
CLOSER, FIRE ALARM HOLD OPEN
KICKPLATES 8 X 2”LDW
SMOKE GASKET
SILENCERS
BB1168
4501 RIM F
6551
4900F
4040SE
190S
726S
307D
26D
32D
26D
USP
ALM
32D
CH
GY
HAG
HAG
ASSA
HAG
LCN
HAG
HAG
HAG
NOTE: COORDINATE POWER / INTERFACE WITH ELEC. / FIRE ALARM DRAWINGS.
HARDWARE SET 23
03
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
03
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
STOREROOM LEVER SET, TACTILE
STANDARD CYLINDER
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
LATCH PROTECTOR
KICKPLATES 8 X 2”LDW
THRESHOLD
WEATHERSTRIPPING
SILENCERS
BB1199 NRP
5405LN AU TAC
24-147
5100 MLT 14
341D
190S
412S
891S
307D
26D
26D
26D
ALM
32D
32D
MIL
MIL
GY
HAG
YALE
SCH
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
26D
26D
USP
26D
ALM
32D
MIL
MIL
MIL
GY
HAG
HAG
HAG
ASSA
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
26D
26D
26D
26D
32D
ALM
32D
AL
MIL
MIL
GY
HAG
HAG
YALE
SCH
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HARDWARE SET 24
06
02
01
03
02
02
01
01
02
03
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
BB1199 NRP
EXIT DEVICE RIM
4501 RIM X 45NL
MULLION, KEY REMOVABLE
4900F
RIM CYLINDERS
6551
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
5100 MLT 14
KICKPLATES 8 X 2”LDW
190S
THRESHOLD
412S
WEATHERSTRIPPING
891S
MEETING STILE WEATHERSTRIPPING802B
SILENCERS
307D
HARDWARE SET 25
06
02
01
01
01
02
02
01
01
02
03
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
14 JUN 2012
BALL BEARING HINGES
FLUSH BOLTS
STOREROOM LEVER SET, TACTILE
STANDARD CYLINDER
LATCH PROTECTOR
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
KICKPLATE 8” X 2” LDW
THRESHOLD
WEATHERSTRIPPING
SWEEPS
SILENCERS
BB1199 NRP
282D
5405LN AU TAC
24-147
341D
5100 MLT 14
190S
412S
891S
759S
307D
DOOR HARDWARE
08710 - 16
1101
HARDWARE SET 26
03
01
01
01
01
01
01
03
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
ALARMED EXIT DEVICE (EXIT ONLY)
HIGH SECURITY RIM CYLINDER
CLOSER PARALLEL ARM
KICKPLATE 8” X 2”LDW
SMOKE GASKET
WALL STOP
SILENCERS
BB1168
700
6551
5100 MLT 14
190S
726S
236W
307D
26D
AL
26D
ALM
32D
CH
32D
GY
HAG
AL LK
ASSA
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
HAG
BB1168
4501 RIM F X 45CE
4900F
6551
4040SE
190S
726S
307D
26D
26D
USP
26D
ALM
32D
CH
GY
HAG
HAG
HAG
ASSA
LCN
HAG
HAG
HAG
HARDWARE SET 27
06
02
01
03
02
02
01
06
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
EXIT DEVICE RIM FIRE
FIRE MULLION, KEY REMOVABLE
RIM CYLINDERS
CLOSER, FIRE ALARM HOLD OPEN
KICKPLATES 8 X 2”LDW
SMOKE GASKET
SILENCERS
NOTE: COORDINATE POWER / INTERFACE WITH ELEC. / FIRE ALARM DRAWINGS.
HARDWARE SET 28 – NOT USED
HARDWARE SET 29 – NOT USED
HARDWARE SET 30
Remove Existing Lockset. Dispose of locksets with knobs. Salvage lever sets for re-installation at
locations directed by Architect.
01
01
EACH INTRUDER CLASSROOM LEVER SET 5418LN AU
EACH HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
65631
26D
26D
YALE
ASSA
HARDWARE SET 31
Remove Existing Lockset. Dispose of locksets with knobs. Salvage lever sets for re-installation at
locations directed by Architect.
01
01
EACH ENTRY LEVER SET
EACH HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
5404LN AU
65631
26D
26D
YALE
ASSA
HARDWARE SET 32
Remove Existing Lockset. Dispose of locksets with knobs. Salvage lever sets for re-installation at
locations directed by Architect.
01
01
EACH STOREROOM LEVER SET, TACTILE
EACH HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
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26D
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HARDWARE SET 33
Remove Existing Lockset. Dispose of locksets with knobs. Salvage lever sets for re-installation at
locations directed by Architect.
01
01
EACH STOREROOM LEVER SET, TACTILE
EACH STANDARD CYLINDER
5405LN AU TAC
24-147
26D
26D
YALE
SCH
HARDWARE SET 34
Remove Existing Lockset. Dispose of locksets with knobs. Salvage lever sets for re-installation at
locations directed by Architect.
01
EACH PRIVACY LEVER SET
5402LN AU
26D
YALE
HARDWARE SET 35
EXISTING DEADBOLT TO REMAIN
01
EACH HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
65692*
26D
ASSA
NOTE: * FIELD VERIFY EXISTING DEADBOLT MFR.
HARDWARE SET 36
DOOR NOS. : B03A
04
01
01
01
01
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
EACH
BALL BEARING HINGES
ENTRY LEVER SET
HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
SMOKE GASKET
BB1168
5404LN AU
65631
5100 MLT 14
726S
26D
26D
26D
ALM
CH
HAG
YALE
ASSA
HAG
HAG
HARDWARE SET 37
Remove Existing Lockset. Dispose of locksets with knobs. Salvage Leversets for re-installation at
locations directed by Architect.
01
EACH PASSAGE LEVER SET
5401LN AU
26D
YALE
65691*
26D
ASSA
4501 RIM X 45NL
6551
26D
26D
HAG
ASSA
HARDWARE SET 38
EXISTING LOCKSET TO REMAIN
01
EACH HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
NOTE: * FIELD VERIFY EXISTING LEVERSET MFR.
HARDWARE SET 39
REMOVE EXISTING EXIT DEVICE.
01
01
EACH EXIT DEVICE RIM
EACH HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
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DOOR NOS. :
01
01
EACH RIM CYLINDER
EACH Blank Cover over Existing Cylinder
6551
26D
ASSA
Provide One (1) per pair of doors ref. plan for locations with multiple pairs.
HARDWARE SET 41
EXISTING LOCKSET TO REMAIN
01
02
EACH HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
EACH CLOSER, PARALLEL ARM MOUNT
65691*
5100 MLT 14
26D
ALM
ASSA
HAG
4501 RIM X 45NL
6551
3903
26D
26D
26D
HAG
ASSA
HAG
4501 RIM X 45CE
6551
3903
26D
26D
26D
HAG
ASSA
HAG
NOTE: * FIELD VERIFY EXISTING LEVER SET MFR.
HARDWARE SET 42
REMOVE EXISTING EXIT DEVICES.
02
01
01
EACH EXIT DEVICE RIM
EACH HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
EACH DUMMY CYLINDER
HARDWARE SET 43
02
01
01
EACH EXIT DEVICE RIM
EACH HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
EACH DUMMY CYLINDER
HARDWARE SET 44
Remove Existing Lockset. Dispose of locksets with knobs. Salvage lever sets and return to owner.
01
EACH PASSAGE LEVER SET
NO OUTSIDE TRIM
5428LN AU
26D
YALE
HARDWARE SET 45
PROVIDE FIFTEEN (15) HIGH SECURITY CYLINDERS FOR INSTALATION IN SALVAGED
LEVERSETS AND REINSTALL IN LOCATIONS DIRECTED BY ARCHITECT
HIGH SECURITY CYLINDER
65691*
26D
ASSA
NOTE: * FIELD VERIFY EXISTING LEVERSET MFR.
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SECTION 15446 - SUMP PUMPS (ADDENDUM #1)
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
SUMMARY
A.
1.2
Section Includes:
1.
Wet-pit-volute sump pumps.
2.
Sump-pump basin covers.
ACTION SUBMITTALS
A.
Product Data: For each type of product indicated.
B.
Wiring Diagrams: For power, signal, and control wiring.
1.3
CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS
A.
1.4
Operation and maintenance data.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Electrical Components, Devices, and Accessories: Listed and labeled as defined in NFPA 70,
by a qualified testing agency, and marked for intended location and application.
B.
UL Compliance: Comply with UL 778 for motor-operated water pumps.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
WET-PIT-VOLUTE SUMP PUMPS
A.
Manufacturers:
following:
B.
Basis-of-Design Product: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide product indicated
on Drawings:
1.
Weil Pump Company, Inc.
2.
Alyan Pump Company.
3.
Armstrong Pumps Inc.
4.
Chicago Pump Company; a division of Yeomans Chicago Corporation.
5.
Grundfos Pumps Corporation, U.S.A.
6.
Peerless Pump, Inc.
7.
Pentair Pump Group; Aurora Pump.
8.
Swaby Manufacturing Company.
9.
Tramco Pump Company.
ADDENDUM #1
Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the
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C.
Description: Factory-assembled and -tested sump-pump unit.
D.
Pump Type: Wet-pit-volute, single-stage, separately-coupled, overhung-impeller, centrifugal
sump pump as defined in HI 1.1-1.2 and HI 1.3.
E.
Pump Casing: Cast iron, with strainer inlet and threaded connection for NPS 2 (DN 50) and
smaller and flanged connection for NPS 2-1/2 (DN 65) and larger discharge piping.
F.
Impeller: Statically and dynamically balanced, ASTM B 584, cast bronze design for clear
wastewater handling, and keyed and secured to shaft.
G.
Sleeve Bearings: Bronze. Include oil-lubricated, intermediate sleeve bearings at 48-inch (1200mm) maximum intervals if basin depth is more than 48 inches (1200 mm), and greaselubricated, ball-type thrust bearings.
H.
Pump and Motor Shaft Coupling: Flexible, capable of absorbing torsional vibration and shaft
misalignment.
I.
Pump Discharge Piping:
Factory or field fabricated, galvanized, ASTM A 53/A 53M,
Schedule 40, steel pipe with ASME B16.1, Class 125, cast-iron flanges and flanged fittings or
ASME B16.4, Class 125, gray iron threaded fittings.
J.
Support Plate: Cast iron or coated steel and strong enough to support pumps, motors, and
controls. Refer to Part 2 "Sump-Pump Basins and Basin Covers" Article for requirements.
K.
Shaft Seal: Stuffing box, with graphite-impregnated braided-yarn rings and bronze packing
gland.
L.
Motor: Single-speed; grease-lubricated ball bearings and mounting on vertical, cast-iron
pedestal.
M.
Controls:
1.
2.
3.
4.
N.
Enclosure: NEMA 250, Type 1; pedestal-mounted.
Switch Type: Mechanical-float type, in NEMA 250, Type 6 enclosures with mounting rod
and electric cables.
Automatic Alternator: Start pumps on successive cycles and start multiple pumps if one
cannot handle load.
High-Water Alarm: Rod-mounted, NEMA 250, Type 6 enclosure with mechanical-float
switch matching control and electric bell; 120-V ac, with transformer and contacts for
remote alarm bell.
Control-Interface Features:
1.
2.
Remote Alarm Contacts: For remote alarm interface.
Building Automation System Interface: Auxiliary contacts in pump controls for interface to
building automation system and capable of providing the following:
a.
b.
2.2
On-off status of pump.
Alarm status.
SUMP PUMP CAPACITIES AND CHARACTERISTICS
A.
Unit Capacity: See Sump Pump Schedule on Drawings.
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B.
Number of Pumps: See Sump Pump Schedule on Drawings.
C.
Unit Electrical Characteristics: See Sump Pump Schedule on Drawings
2.3
SUMP-PUMP BASINS AND BASIN COVERS
A.
Basins: See Sump Pump Schedule on Drawings.
B.
Basin Covers: Fabricate metal cover with openings having gaskets, seals, and bushings; for
access to pumps, pump shafts, control rods, discharge piping, vent connections, and power
cables.
1.
C.
2.4
Reinforcement: Steel, capable of supporting foot traffic for basins installed in foot-traffic
areas.
Capacities and Characteristics: See Sump Pump Schedule on Drawings.
MOTORS
A.
Comply with NEMA designation, temperature rating, service factor, enclosure type, and
efficiency requirements for motors specified in Division 15 Section "Common Motor
Requirements for Plumbing Equipment."
1.
2.
B.
Motor Sizes: Minimum size as indicated. If not indicated, large enough so driven load will
not require motor to operate in service factor range above 1.0.
Controllers, Electrical Devices, and Wiring: Comply with requirements for electrical
devices and connections specified in Division 16 Sections.
See Sump Pump Schedule on Drawings.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
EARTHWORK
A.
3.2
Excavation and filling are specified in Division 2 Section "Earthwork."
INSTALLATION
A.
Pump Installation Standard: Comply with HI 1.4 for installation of sump pumps.
END OF SECTION 15446
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3.05 PMFY (1-WAY CEILING-RECESSED CASSETTE WITH GRILLE) INDOOR UNIT
A. General:
The PMFY shall be a one-way cassette indoor unit that recesses into the ceiling with a ceiling
grille and shall have a modulating linear expansion device. The PMFY shall be used with the
R2-Series outdoor unit and BC Controller, Y-Series outdoor unit, or S-Series outdoor unit.
The PMFY shall support individual control using M-NET DDC controllers.
B. Indoor Unit.
The indoor unit shall be factory assembled, wired and run tested. Contained within the unit
shall be all factory wiring, piping, electronic modulating linear expansion device, control circuit
board and fan motor. The unit shall have a self-diagnostic function, 3-minute time delay
mechanism, an auto restart function, an emergency operation function and a test run switch.
Indoor unit and refrigerant pipes shall be charged with dehydrated air before shipment from
the factory.
C. Unit Cabinet:
1.
2.
3.
4.
The cabinet shall be space-saving ceiling recessed.
The cabinet panel shall have provisions for a field installed filtered outside air intake.
Branch ducting shall be allowed from cabinet.
The one-way grille shall be fixed to bottom of cabinet allowing for one-way airflow.
D. Fan:
1. The indoor fan shall be an assembly with one line-flow fan direct driven by a single motor.
2. The indoor fan shall be statically and dynamically balanced to run on a motor with
permanently lubricated bearings.
3. The indoor fan shall consist of four (4) speeds, Low, Mid1, Mid2, and High.
E. Filter:
1. Return air shall be filtered by means of a long-life washable permanent filter.
F. Coil:
1. The indoor coil shall be of nonferrous construction with smooth plate fins on copper
tubing.
2. The tubing shall have inner grooves for high efficiency heat exchange.
3. All tube joints shall be brazed with phos-copper or silver alloy.
4. The coils shall be pressure tested at the factory.
5. A condensate pan and drain shall be provided under the coil.
6. The unit shall be provided with an integral condensate lift mechanism able to raise drain
water 23 inches above the condensate pan.
7. Both refrigerant lines to the PMFY indoor units shall be insulated.
G. Electrical:
1. The unit electrical power shall be 208/230 volts, 1-phase, 60 hertz.
2. The system shall be capable of satisfactory operation within voltage limits of 187-228
volts (208V/60Hz) or 207-253 volts (230V/60Hz).
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H. Controls:
1. This unit shall use controls provided by Mitsubishi Electric to perform functions necessary
to operate the system. Please refer to Part 5 of this guide specification for details on
controllers and other control options.
2. Indoor unit shall compensate for the higher temperature sensed by the return air sensor
compared to the temperature at level of the occupant when in HEAT mode. Disabling of
compensation shall be possible for individual units to accommodate instances when
compensation is not required.
3. Control board shall include contacts for control of external heat source. External heat
may be energized as second stage with 1.8°F – 9.0°F adjustable deadband from set
point.
4. Indoor unit shall include no less than four (4) digital inputs capable of being used for
customizable control strategies.
5. Indoor unit shall include no less than three (3) digital outputs capable of being used for
customizable control strategies.
3.06 PEFY-NMAU (CEILING-CONCEALED DUCTED) INDOOR UNIT
A. General:
The PEFY shall be a ceiling-concealed ducted indoor fan coil design that mounts above the
ceiling with a 2-position, field adjustable return and a fixed horizontal discharge supply and
shall have a modulating linear expansion device. The PEFY shall be used with the R2-Series
outdoor unit and BC Controller, Y-Series outdoor unit, or S-Series outdoor unit. The PEFY
shall support individual control using M-NET DDC controllers.
B. Indoor Unit.
The indoor unit shall be factory assembled, wired and run tested. Contained within the unit
shall be all factory wiring, piping, electronic modulating linear expansion device, control circuit
board and fan motor. The unit shall have a self-diagnostic function, 3-minute time delay
mechanism, and an auto restart function. Indoor unit and refrigerant pipes shall be charged
with dehydrated air before shipment from the factory.
C. Unit Cabinet:
1. The unit shall be, ceiling-concealed, ducted.
2. The cabinet panel shall have provisions for a field installed filtered outside air intake.
D. Fan:
1. PEFY-NMAU models shall feature external static pressure settings from 0.14 to 0.60 in.
WG.
2. The indoor unit fan shall be an assembly with one or two Sirocco fan(s) direct driven by a
single motor.
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3. The indoor fan shall be statically and dynamically balanced and run on a motor with
permanently lubricated bearings.
4. The indoor fan shall consist of three (3) speeds, High, Mid, and Low plus the Auto-Fan
function
5. The indoor unit shall have a ducted air outlet system and ducted return air system.
E. Filter:
1. Return air shall be filtered by means of a standard factory installed return air filter.
2. Optional return filter box (rear or bottom placement) with high-efficiency filter shall be
available for all PEFY indoor units.
F. Coil:
1. The indoor coil shall be of nonferrous construction with smooth plate fins on copper
tubing.
2. The tubing shall have inner grooves for high efficiency heat exchange.
3. All tube joints shall be brazed with phos-copper or silver alloy.
4. The coils shall be pressure tested at the factory.
5. A condensate pan and drain shall be provided under the coil.
6. The condensate shall be gravity drained from the fan coil.
7. Both refrigerant lines to the PDFY indoor units shall be insulated.
G. Electrical:
1. The unit electrical power shall be 208/230 volts, 1-phase, 60 hertz.
2. The system shall be capable of satisfactory operation within voltage limits of 187-228
volts (208V/60Hz) or 207-253 volts (230V/60Hz).
H. Controls:
1. This unit shall use controls provided by Mitsubishi Electric to perform functions necessary
to operate the system. Please refer to Part 5 of this guide specification for details on
controllers and other control options.
2. Indoor unit shall compensate for the higher temperature sensed by the return air sensor
compared to the temperature at level of the occupant when in HEAT mode. Disabling of
compensation shall be possible for individual units to accommodate instances when
compensation is not required.
3. Control board shall include contacts for control of external heat source. External heat
may be energized as second stage with 1.8°F – 9.0°F adjustable deadband from set
point.
4. Indoor unit shall include no less than four (4) digital inputs capable of being used for
customizable control strategies.
5. Indoor unit shall include no less than three (3) digital outputs capable of being used for
customizable control strategies.
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3.07 PEFY-NMSU (LOW PROFILE CEILING-CONCEALED DUCTED) INDOOR UNIT
A. General:
The PEFY-NMSU (Low Profile) unit shall be a ceiling-concealed ducted indoor fan coil that
mounts above the ceiling with a rear return and a fixed horizontal discharge supply and shall
have a modulating linear expansion device. The PEFY-NMSU shall be used with the R2Series outdoor unit and BC Controller, Y-Series outdoor unit, or S-Series outdoor unit. The
PEFY-NMSU shall support individual control using M-NET DDC controllers. PEFY (Low
Profile) models shall have an extremely compact profile (7-7/8”) which requires minimal
ceiling space. PEFY-NMSU models shall feature external static pressure settings up to 0.20
in. WG. Units shall have the ability to control supplemental heat via connector CN24 and a 12
VDC output.
B. Indoor Unit.
The indoor unit shall be factory assembled, wired and run tested. Contained within the unit
shall be all factory wiring, piping, electronic modulating linear expansion device, control circuit
board and fan motor. The unit shall have a self-diagnostic function, 3-minute time delay
mechanism, and an auto restart function. Indoor unit and refrigerant pipes shall be charged
with dehydrated air before shipment from the factory.
C. Unit Cabinet:
1. The cabinet shall be space saving, low profile, ceiling-concealed ducted.
2. The cabinet panel shall have provisions for a field installed filtered outside air intake.
D. Fan:
1. The indoor unit fan shall be an assembly with one Sirocco fan direct driven by a single
motor.
2. The indoor fan shall be statically and dynamically balanced to run on a motor with
permanently lubricated bearings.
3. The indoor fan shall consist of three (3) speeds, High, Mid, and Low.
4. The indoor unit shall have a ducted air outlet system and ducted return air system.
E. Filter:
1. Return air shall be filtered by means of a standard factory installed return air filter.
F. Coil:
1. The indoor coil shall be of nonferrous construction with smooth plate fins on copper
tubing.
2. The tubing shall have inner grooves for high efficiency heat exchange.
3. All tube joints shall be brazed with phos-copper or silver alloy.
4. The coils shall be pressure tested at the factory.
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5. A condensate pan and drain shall be provided under the coil.
6. The unit shall be provided with an integral condensate lift mechanism able to raise drain
water 21 inches above the condensate pan.
7. Both refrigerant lines to the PEFY indoor units shall be insulated.
G. Electrical:
1. The unit electrical power shall be 208/230 volts, 1 phase, 60 hertz.
2. The system shall be capable of satisfactory operation within voltage limits of 187-228
volts (208V/60Hz) or 207-253 volts (230V/60Hz).
H. Controls:
1. This unit shall use controls provided by Mitsubishi Electric to perform functions necessary
to operate the system. Please refer to Part 5 of this guide specification for details on
controllers and other control options.
2. Indoor unit shall compensate for the higher temperature sensed by the return air sensor
compared to the temperature at level of the occupant when in HEAT mode. Disabling of
compensation shall be possible for individual units to accommodate instances when
compensation is not required.
3. Control board shall include contacts for control of external heat source. External heat
may be energized as second stage with 1.8°F – 9.0°F adjustable deadband from set
point.
4. Indoor unit shall include no less than four (4) digital inputs capable of being used for
customizable control strategies.
5. Indoor unit shall include no less than three (3) digital outputs capable of being used for
customizable control strategies.
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SECTION 15730 – PACKAGED ROOFTOP AIR CONDITIONING UNITS (ADDENDUM #1)
PART 1
1.01
GENERAL
REFERENCES
A.
ANSI/ASHRAE 15 - Safety Code for Mechanical Refrigeration. (all)
B.
ARI 360 - Commercial and Industrial Unitary Air Conditioning Equipment testing and
rating standard. (g/e, c/e above 135,000 btuh)
C.
ANSI/ASHRAE 37 - Testing Unitary Air Conditioning Equipment. (all)
D.
ANSI Z21.47/UL1995 - Unitary Air Conditioning Standard for safety requirements.
E.
ARI 210/240 - Unitary Air-Conditioning Equipment. (all under 135,000 btuh)
F.
ARI 270 - Sound Rating of Outdoor Unitary Equipment. (all below 135,000)
G.
ARI 370 - Sound Rating of Large Outdoor Refrigerating and Air Conditioning
Equipment.(all above 135,000 btuh)
H.
ANSI/NFPA 70-1995 - National Electric Code. (all)
1.02
A.
1.03
A.
1.04
SUBMITTALS
Submit unit performance data including: capacity, nominal and operating performance.
DELIVERY, STORAGE and HANDLING
Comply with manufacturer's installation instructions for rigging, unloading, and
transporting units.
WARRANTY
A.
Provide full warranty (Parts & Labor) for one year from start-up.
B.
Provide five-year extended warranty for compressors.
C.
Provide five-year heat exchanger limited warranty.
1.05
MAINTENANCE SERVICE
1.06
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
A.
Unit shall conform to ANSI Z21.47/UL1995 for construction of packaged air
conditioner.
1.
In the event the unit is not UL approved, the manufacturer must, at his
expense, provide for a field inspection by a UL representative to verify
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conformance to UL standards. If necessary, contractor shall perform
modifications to the unit to comply with UL, as directed by the UL
representative, at no additional expense to the Owner.
PART 2
2.01
PRODUCTS
SUMMARY
A.
The contractor shall furnish and install package rooftop unit(s) as shown and
scheduled on the contract documents. The unit(s) shall be installed in accordance with
this specification and perform at the specified conditions as scheduled.
B.
APPROVED MANUFACTURERS
2.02
1.
Trane.
2.
Carrier.
3.
Lennox.
4.
Substitutions: [7 working days prior approval required] as indicated under the
general and/or supplemental conditions of these specifications. Mechanical
contractor shall be responsible for electrical and mechanical changes to the
structure when using a product other than the specified product. As built
drawing changes are the responsibilities of the mechanical contractor.
GENERAL UNIT DESCRIPTION
A.
Unit(s) furnished and installed shall be packaged rooftop (s) as scheduled on contract
documents and these specifications. Cooling capacity ratings shall be based on ARI
Standards. Unit(s) shall consist of insulated weather-tight casing with compressor(s),
air-cooled condenser coil, condenser fans, evaporator coil, return-air filters, supply
motors and unit controls.
B.
Unit(s) shall be 100% factory run tested and fully charged with R-410A.
C.
Units shall be convertible airflow design as manufactured.
2.03
UNIT CASING
A.
Cabinet: Galvanized steel, phosphatized, and finished with an air-dry paint coating
with removable access panels. Structural members shall be 18 gauge with access
doors and removable panels of minimum 20 gauge.
B.
Units cabinet surface shall be tested 1000 hours in salt spray test in compliance with
ASTM B117.
C.
Cabinet top cover shall be one piece construction or where seams exist, it shall be
double-hemmed and gasket-sealed.
D.
Access Panels: Water- and air-tight panels with handles shall provide access to filters,
heating section, return air fan section, supply air fan section, evaporator coil section,
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and unit control section.
E.
Units base pan shall have a raised 1 1/8 inch high lip around the supply and return
openings for water integrity.
F.
Insulation: Provide 1/2 inch thick fiberglass insulation with foil face on all exterior
panels in contact with the return and conditioned air stream. All edges must be
captured so that there is no insulation exposed in the air stream.
G.
Provide openings either on side of unit or through the base for power, control,
condensate, and gas connections.
2.04
A.
2.05
AIR FILTERS
Air Filters: Factory installed filters shall mount integral within the unit and shall be
accessible through access panels. One-inch thick glass fiber disposable media filters
shall be provided with the provisions within the unit for 2 inch thick filters to be fieldprovided and installed.
FANS AND MOTORS
A.
Provide evaporator fan section with forward curved, double width, double inlet,
centrifugal type fan.
B.
Provide self-aligning, grease lubricated, ball or sleeve bearings with permanent
lubrication fittings.
C.
Provide units 5 tons and below with direct drive, multiple speed, dynamically balanced
supply fans.
D.
Provide units 6 tons and above with belt driven, supply fans with adjustable motor
sheaves.
E.
Outdoor and Indoor Fan shall be permanently lubricated and have internal thermal
overload protection.
F.
Outdoor fans shall be direct drive, statically and dynamically balanced, draw through
in the vertical discharge position.
G.
Provide shafts constructed of solid hot rolled steel, ground and polished, with key-way,
and protectively coated with lubricating oil.
2.06
GAS FIRED HEATING SECTION
A.
Completely assembled and factory installed heating system shall be integral to unit,
UL or CSA approved specifically for outdoor applications for use downstream from
refrigerant cooling coils. Threaded connection with plug or cap provided. Provide
capability for gas piping.
B.
Induced draft combustion type with direct spark ignition system, redundant main gas
valve, and 2-staged heat.
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C.
Gas Burner Safety Controls: Provide safety controls for the proving of combustion air
prior to ignition, and continuous flame supervision. Provide flame rollout switches.
D.
Induced draft blower shall have combustion air proving switches and built-in thermal
overload protection on fan motor.
E.
Heat Exchanger: Provide tubular section type constructed from 18-gauge aluminized
steel.
F.
Limit controls: High temperature limit controls will shut off gas flow in the event of
excessive temperatures resulting from restricted indoor airflow or loss of indoor
airflow.
2.07
EVAPORATOR COIL
A.
Provide configured aluminum fin surface mechanically bonded to copper tubing coil.
B.
Provide an independent expansion device for each refrigeration circuit. Factory
pressure tested at 450 psig and leak tested at 200 psig.
C.
Provide a removable, reversible, cleanable double sloped drain pan for base of
evaporator coil constructed of PVC.
2.08
A.
2.09
CONDENSER SECTION
Provide vertical discharge, direct drive fans with aluminum blades. Fans shall be
statically balanced. Motors shall be permanently lubricated, with integral thermal
overload protection in a weather tight casing.
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM
A.
Compressor(s): Provide scroll compressor with direct drive operating at 3600 rpm.
Integral centrifugal oil pump. Provide suction gas cooled motor with winding
temperature limits and compressor overloads.
B.
Units shall have cooling capabilities down to 0 degree F as standard. For fieldinstalled low ambient accessory, the manufacturer shall provide a factory-authorized
service technician that will assure proper installation and operation.
C.
Provide each unit with refrigerant circuit(s) factory-supplied completely piped with
liquid line filter-drier, suction and liquid line pressure ports.
2.10
A.
2.11
A.
EXHAUST/RETURN SECTION
Provide, on downflow units above 6 tons, a factory supplied field installed power
exhaust assembly that shall assist the barometric relief damper in the economizer in
relieving building pressurization.
OUTDOOR AIR SECTION
Provide 100% return air.
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B.
Provide full modulating outside air motorized damper.
C.
Provide adjustable minimum position control located in the economizer section of the
unit.
D.
Provide spring return motor for outside air damper closure during unit shutdown or
power interruption.
2.12
OPERATING CONTROLS
A.
Provide microprocessor unit-mounted DDC control which when used with an
electronic zone sensor provides proportional integral room control. This UCM shall
perform all unit functions by making all heating, cooling, and ventilating decisions
through resident software logic.
B.
Provide factory-installed indoor evaporator defrost control to prevent compressor
slugging by interrupting compressor operation.
C.
Provide a anti-cycle timing and minimum on/off between stages timing in the
microprocessor.
D.
Economizer Preferred Cooling - Compressor operation is integrated with economizer
cycle to allow mechanical cooling when economizer is not adequate to satisfy zone
requirements. Compressors are enabled if space temperature is recovering to cooling
setpoint at a rate of less than 0.2 degrees per minute. Compressor low ambient
lockout overrides this function.
2.13
STAGING CONTROLS
A.
Provide NEC Class II, electronic, adjustable zone control to maintain zone
temperature setting.
B.
Provide programmable electronic microcomputer based zone control.
1.
Zone control shall incorporate:
a.
b.
c.
d.
2.
Automatic changeover from heating to cooling.
Set-up for at least 2 - sets of separate heating and cooling temperatures
per day.
Instant override of setpoint for continuous or timed period from one hour
to 31 days.
Switch selection features including Fahrenheit display, 12 or 24 hour
clock, keyboard disable, remote sensor, fan on-auto.
Zone sensor display shall be capable of:
a.
b.
c.
d.
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Time of day.
Actual room temperature.
Programmed temperature.
Programmed time.
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e.
f.
g.
Duration of timed override.
Day of week.
System mode indication: heating, cooling, low battery fan on.
C.
Provide remote temperature sensor capability.
D.
Provide mixed air sensor in supply air to close outside air damper.
2.14
BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
A.
Interface control module to Energy Management System to be furnished and mounted
by rooftop unit manufacturer. Through this interface module, all Energy Management
functions (specified in Energy Management Section) shall be performed. See Building
Automation and Automatic Temperature Control System Specifications. The interface
module with necessary controls and sensors shall all be factory mounted. If not
furnished by rooftop unit manufacturer, this shall be furnished by Energy Management
System Contractor for factory mounting by rooftop unit manufacturer in rooftop unit
and rated for service up to 140 F. The only field connection to Energy Management
System shall be a single communication link.
B.
Control Functions: Include unit scheduling, occupied/unoccupied mode, start-up and
coast-down modes, nighttime free-cool purge mode, demand limiting, night setback,
discharge air set point adjustment, timed override and alarm shutdown.
C.
Provide factory-installed indoor evaporator defrost control to prevent compressor
slugging by interrupting compressor operation.
D.
Provide an anti-cycle timing and minimum on/off between stages timing in the
microprocessor.
2.15
PART 3
Unit Sound Rating Number shall be based on ARI 270 and ARI 370 ratings.
EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
A.
Contractor shall verify that roof is ready to receive work and opening dimensions are
as per equipment manufacturer’s recommendations.
B.
Contractor shall verify that proper power supply is available.
3.02 INSTALLATION
A.
Contractor shall install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
B.
Mount units on factory built roof mounting frame providing watertight enclosure to
protect ductwork and utility services. Install roof mounting curb level.
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4.01
A.
SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS
PACKAGED ROOFTOP UNITS (RTU)
Microprocessor controller - Each RTU shall be controlled by a stand-alone
microprocessor based controller with resident control logic. The controller will
interface with the BAS and the inputs and outputs in the points list to accomplish the
following temperature control and energy conservation strategies.
1.
Occupied Mode - All unit functions will be enabled for normal heating and
cooling operation. Unit defaults to default temperature setpoints in the unit
microprocessor when communication with BAS is lost.
2.
Occupied Space Temperature Control - When in occupied mode as described
above, the dedicated unit control shall operate stages of heating and cooling to
maintian space temperature setpoint. Setpoints may be set by one of the
following methods:
a.
b.
c.
Remotely through BAS by the system operator;
Locally through the thermostat by the occupant;
Locally through the thermostat by the occupant within limits defined
through the BAS by the system operator;
B.
Optimal Start Mode - When the unit is turned on by the BAS for optimal start, heating
or cooling is provided as required. The outside air dampers, if provided, remains
closed, in heating mode or mechanical cooling mode, until occupied time. Economizer
cycle, if supplied, will be available if required.
C.
Coastdown Mode - When the unit is turned "OFF" by the BAS for optimal stop, the
supply fan remains "ON/AUTO", the outside air damper remains in minimum position
for ventilation, and utilizes the unoccupied setpoints.
D.
Demand Limit Mode - Through the BAS a user defined Demand Limit Mode shall be
available. User defines maximum off time and temperature to ensure occupant
comfort.
E.
Night Setback Temperature Control - When the BAS selects unoccupied mode, the
unit shall be controlled to maintain user defined unoccupied heating and cooling
setpoints. Adjustable start and stop temperature differntials will prevent short
cycling.The outdoor air damper remains closed during heating night setback
operation, if provided.
F.
Economizer - Each RTU when equipped will measure and select lowest total heat air
stream to meet cooling demands. When using return air, the outside air damper will
be position at a minimum position. The minimum position will be adjustable by the
operator or through the BAS software.
G.
Nighttime Free-Cool Purge Mode - An "economizer only" cooling cycle shall be
provided during unoccupied hours when outdoor air conditions are suitable and the
zone requires cooling.
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H.
Low Ambient Compressor Lockout - Compressor operation shall be disabled below a
user defined outdoor air temperature.
I.
Timed Override - When a timed override is initiated by the user, the unit will return to
its user defined normal occupied mode for the user determined period of time.
J.
Fire Shutdown - The unit will shut down in response to a customer supplied contact
closure to the BAS indicating the presence of a fire or other emergency condition.
K.
Unit status report - For each RTU unit, the BAS shall provide an operating status
summary of all sensed values (zone temperature, discharge temperature, etc.)
setpoints and modes.
L.
Supply Air Tempering - When the unit is in the heat mode, but not actively heating, if
the supply air temperature drops 10 degrees or more below the heating setpoint, heat
is turned on until supply air temperature rises to a point 10 degrees above the heating
setpoint.
M.
Alternating Lead/Lag - (Dual Compressors Models Only), During periods of part load
operation, each compressor cycles alternatively as circuit circuit number one in order
to equalize wear and run time.
N.
Economizer Preferred Cooling - Compressor operation is integrated with economizer
cycle to allow mechanical cooling when economizer is not adequate to satisfy zone
requirements. Compressors are enabled if space temperature is recovering to cooling
setpoint at a rate of less than 0.2 degrees pe rminute. Compressor low ambient
lockout overrides this function.
Diagnostic/Protection - The BAS system shall be able to alarm from all sensed points from the
rooftop units and diagnostic alarms sensed by the unit controller. Alarm limits shall be designated
for all sensed points.
4.02
ROOF CURB
A.
Contractor shall provide factory supplied roof curb, 16 gauge perimeter made of zinc
coated steel with supply and return air gasketing and wood nailer strips. Ship knocked
down and provided with instructions for easy assembly.
B.
Curb shall be manufactured in accordance with the National Roofing Contractors
Association guidelines.
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PART 1: GENERAL
1.0
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
Related Sections
Description
Approved Control System Contractor
Quality Assurance
Codes and Standards
System Performance
Submittals
Warranty
Ownership of Proprietary Material
1.1
RELATED SECTIONS
A.
The General Conditions of the Contract, Supplementary Conditions, and General Requirements
are a part of these Specifications and shall be used in conjunction with this Section as a part of
the Contract Documents. Consult them for further instructions pertaining to this work. The
Contractor is bound by the provisions of Division 0 and Division 1.
B.
The following sections constitute related work:
1.
Division 1 - Commissioning
2.
Division 15 - Basic Mechanical Requirements
3.
Division 15 - Air Distribution Materials and Methods
4.
Division 15 - Refrigeration Piping
5.
Division 15 - Valves, Fittings, and Piping Accessories
6.
Division 15 - Refrigeration Equipment
7.
Division 15 - Air Handling Equipment
8.
Division 15 - Air Distribution
9.
Division 15 - Test and Balance
10.
Division 16 - Basic Electrical Requirements
11.
Division 16 - Basic Electrical Materials
12.
Division 16 - General Wiring
13.
Division 16 - Equipment and Motor Wiring
14.
Division 16 - Uninterruptible Power Supply
15.
Division 16 - Emergency Systems
16.
Division 16 - Fire Alarm Systems
1.2
DESCRIPTION
A.
General: The control system shall be as indicated on the drawings and described in the
specifications, and consist of a peer-to-peer network of digital building control panels and operator
workstation(s). The user interface shall through any personal computer available on the network.
The PC shall provide users an interface with the system though dynamic color graphics of building
areas and systems.
B.
Direct Digital Control (DDC) technology shall be used to provide the functions necessary for
control of systems defined for control on this project.
C.
The control system shall accommodate simultaneous multiple user operation. Access to the
control system data should be limited by operator ID and password. An operator shall be able to
log onto any PC on the designated network and have access to all designated data.
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D.
The control system shall be designed such that each mechanical system will operate under standalone control. As such, in the event of a network communication failure, or the loss of other
controllers, the control system shall continue to independently operate the unaffected equipment.
E.
Communication between the control panels and all workstations shall be over a high-speed
network. All nodes on this network shall be peers. A modem or internet connectivity may be
provided for remote access to the system.
F.
The existing controls at the facility will not be integrated into the BAS. This integration will be done
at a later date.
1.3
APPROVED CONTROL SYSTEM CONTRACTORS AND MANUFACTURERS
A.
Approved Control System Contractors and Manufacturers:
Manufacturer Name
Trane
Product Line
Tracer
I-Net
1.
Contractor
Name/Address
Trane
C-Tech
-
Contact
The above list of manufacturers applies to user interface, controller software, the custom
application programming language, Building Controllers, Custom Application Controllers,
and Application Specific Controllers. All other products specified herein (i.e., sensors,
valves, dampers, and actuators) need not be manufactured by the above manufacturers.
1.4
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
System Installer Qualifications
1.
The Installer shall have an established working relationship with the Control System
Manufacturer of not less than three years.
2.
The Installer shall have successfully completed Control System Manufacturer's classes
on the control system. The Installer shall present for review the certification of completed
training, including the hours of instruction and course outlines upon request.
1.5
CODES AND STANDARDS
A.
Work, materials, and equipment shall comply with the rules and regulations of all codes and
ordinances of local, state and federal authorities. As a minimum, the installation shall comply with
the current editions in effect 30 days prior to receipt of bids of the following codes:
1.
National Electric Code (NEC)
2.
International Building Code (IBC)
3.
International Mechanical Code (IMC)
4.
Underwriters Laboratories: Products shall be UL-916-PAZX listed.
5.
ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 135-2004 (BACnet)
1.6
SUBMITTALS
A.
Contractor shall provide shop drawings and manufacturers’ standard specification data sheets on
all hardware and software to be provided. No work may begin on any segment of this project until
the Engineer and Owner have reviewed submittals for conformity with the plan and specifications.
6 copies are required. All shop drawings shall be provided to the Owner electronically as .dwg or
.dxf file formats.
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B.
Quantities of items submitted shall be reviewed by the Engineer and Owner. Such review shall
not relieve the contractor from furnishing quantities required for completion.
C.
Provide the Engineer and Owner, any additional information or data which is deemed necessary
to determine compliance with these specifications or which is deemed valuable in documenting
the system to be installed.
E.
Project Record Documents. Upon completion of installation submit three (3) copies of record (asbuilt) documents. The documents shall be submitted for approval prior to final completion and
include:
1.
Project Record Drawings. These shall be as-built versions of the submittal shop drawings.
One set of electronic media including CAD .DWG or .DXF drawing files shall also be
provided.
Testing and Commissioning Reports and Checklists.
Operating and Maintenance (O & M) Manual. These shall be as-built versions of the
submittal product data. In addition to that required for the submittals, the O & M manual
shall include:
2.
3.
a) Names, address and 24-hour telephone numbers of Contractors installing equipment, and
the control systems and service representative of each.
b) Provide on-line help for documenting operator instructions
c) Complete original issue documentation, installation, and maintenance information for all
third party hardware provided including computer equipment and sensors.
d) Licenses and warranty documents for all equipment and systems.
e) Recommended preventive maintenance procedures for all system components including
a schedule of tasks, time between tasks, and task descriptions.
F.
Training Materials: The Contractor shall provide a course outline and training material for all
training classes at least six weeks prior to the first class. The Owner reserves the right to modify
any or all of the training course outline and training materials. Review and approval by Owner and
Engineer shall be completed at least 3 weeks prior to first class.
1.7
A.
WARRANTY
Warrant all work as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
ADDENDUM #1
Labor & materials for control system specified shall be warranted free from defects for a
period of twelve (12) months after final completion acceptance by the Owner. Control
System failures during the warranty period shall be adjusted, repaired, or replaced at no
charge or reduction in service to the Owner. The Contractor shall respond to the Owner's
request for warranty service within 24 hours during customary business hours.
At the end of the final start-up/testing, if equipment and systems are operating
satisfactorily to the Owner and Engineer, the Owner shall sign certificates certifying that
the control system's operation has been tested and accepted in accordance with the
terms of this specification. The date of Owner's acceptance shall be the start of warranty.
Operator workstation software, project specific software, graphics, database, and
firmware updates shall be provided to the Owner at no charge during the warranty period.
Written authorization by Owner must, however, be granted prior to the installation of such
changes.
The system provider shall provide a web-accessible system and support on-line resource
that provides the Owner access to a question/answer forum, graphics library, user tips,
upgrades, and manufacturer training schedules.
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1.8
OWNERSHIP OF PROPRIETARY MATERIAL
A.
All project-developed hardware and software shall become the property of the Owner. These
items include but are not limited to:
1.
Project graphic images
2.
Record drawings
3.
Project database
4.
Project-specific application programming code
5.
All documentation
PART 2: PRODUCTS
2.0
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
Materials
Communication
Operator Interface
Application and Control Software
System Controllers
Custom Application Controllers
Application Specific Controllers
Input/Output Interface
Auxiliary Control Devices
2.1
MATERIALS
A.
All products used in this installation shall be new, currently under manufacture, and shall be
applied in similar installations for a minimum of 1 year. The installation shall not be used as a test
site for any new products unless explicitly approved by the Owner’s representative in writing.
Spare parts shall be available for at least 5 years after completion of this contract.
2.2
COMMUNICATION
A.
This project shall comprise of a network utilizing high-speed [BACnet] for communications
between System Controllers.
B.
The controls Contractor shall provide all communication media, connectors, repeaters, network
switches routers necessary for the DDC system internetwork.
All System Controllers shall have a Ethernet communications port for connections with the
operator interfaces.
C.
Communications services over the internetwork shall result in operator interface and value
passing that is transparent to the internetwork architecture as follows:
1.
ADDENDUM #1
Connection of an operator interface device to any one Systemcontroller on the
internetwork will allow the operator to interface with all other Systemcontrollers as if that
interface were directly connected to the other controllers. Data, status information,
reports, system software, custom programs, etc., for all Systemcontrollers shall be
available for viewing and editing from any one Systemcontroller on the internetwork.
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2.
All database values (i.e., points, software variable, custom program variables) of any one
Systemcontroller shall be readable by any other Systemcontroller on the internetwork.
This value passing shall be automatically performed by a controller when a reference to a
point name not located in that controller is entered into the controller's database. An
operator/installer shall not be required to set up any communications services to perform
internetwork value passing.
D.
The time clocks in all Systemcontrollers shall be automatically synchronized daily.
2.3
OPERATOR INTERFACE
A.
Furnish [1] PC based workstations as shown on the system drawings. Each workstation shall be
able to access all information in the system. Workstations shall reside on the same high-speed
network as the Systemcontrollers, and also be able to dial into the system.
B.
Hardware. Each operator workstation shall consist of the following:
a. Personal Computer ,shall have internet explorer 7.0 or higher or Firefox 3.0 or higher
C.
User Interface
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
D.
Internet Browser. Furnish with either Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher, or Firefox 3.0 or
higher. Java 5.0 or higher must also be installed on the PC.
User interface. The system user interface shall be web based graphically orientated.
Provide a method for the operator to easily move between web pages. Dynamic points
shall include analog and binary values, dynamic text, static text, and animation files.
Graphics shall have the ability to show animation of equipment. Animation capabilities
shall include the ability to show a sequence of images reflecting the position of analog
outputs, such as valve or damper positions. Graphics shall be capable of launching other
web pages.
Custom background images. Custom background images shall be created with the use of
commonly available graphics packages such as Adobe Photoshop. The graphics
generation package shall create and modify graphics that are saved in industry standard
formats such as GIF and JPEG.
Graphics Library. Furnish a library of standard HVAC equipment such as chillers, air
handlers, terminals, fan coils, unit ventilators, , rooftop units, and VAV boxes, in 3dimensional graphic depictions.. The library shall be furnished in a file format compatible
with the graphics generation package program.
Engineering Units. Allow for selection of the desired engineering units (i.e. Inch pound or
SI) in the system. Unit selection shall be able to be customized by locality to select the
desired units for each measurement. Engineering units on this project shall be Inch
Pound [SI].
System Applications. Each Systemcontroller shall provide storage of system information. Provide
the following applications at each Systemcontroller.
1.
Database Save and Restore. A system operator with the proper password clearance
shall be able to archive the database on the designated operator interface PC. The
operator shall also be able to clear a panel database and manually initiate a download of
a specified database to any panel in the system.
2.
ADDENDUM #1
On-Line Help and Training. Provide a context sensitive, on line help system to assist the
operator in operation and editing of the system. On-line help shall be available for all
system functions and shall provide the relevant data for that particular screen. Additional
help shall be available through the use of hypertext links onscreen.
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3.
Security. Each operator shall be required to log on to the system with a user name and
password in order to view, edit, add, or delete data. System security shall be selectable
for each operator. The system supervisor shall have the ability to set security levels for all
other operators. Each operator password shall be able to restrict the operator’s access for
viewing and/or changing each system application, full screen editor, and object. Each
operator shall automatically be logged off of the system if no keyboard or mouse activity is
detected. All system security data shall be stored in an encrypted format.
4.
System Diagnostics. The system shall automatically monitor the operation of all, network
connections, building management panels, and controllers. The failure of any device
shall be annunciated to the operator.
5.
Alarm Notification. Operator shall be notified of new alarm as they occur while navigating
through any part of the system with a alarm icon. Alarm messages shall use full
language, easily recognized descriptors for alarm. System will have the capability to
acknowledge Alarms and add and save comments for the alarm.
6.
Alarm Processing. Any object in the system shall be configurable to alarm in and out of
normal state. The operator shall be able to configure the alarm limits, warning limits,
states, and reactions for each object in the system.
7.
Alarm Reactions. A user shall be able to determine what actions will occur if any, upon
receipt of an alarm. Actions shall display on the screen, logging, start a custom control
program, displaying messages, send a SMTP e-mail message that can be directly
displayed on a smart phone, or forwarded to a cell phone via a text message. . Each of
these actions shall be configurable by any PC and time of day.
8.
Event Log. The operator shall be able to view all logged system alarms and events from
any location in the system. The operator shall be able to sort and filter alarms from
events. Alarms shall be sorted in up to 4 categories based on severity. An operator with
the proper security level may acknowledge and clear alarms. All that have not been
cleared by the operator shall be stored by the building controller. Provide a comment field
in the event log that allows a user to add specific comments associated with any alarm.
9.
Trend Logs. The system shall automatically create trend logs for a minimum of 5 key
measurements for each controlled HVAC device. The automatic trend logs shall monitor
these parameters for a minimum of 24 hours at 15 minute intervals. The automatic trend
logs shall be user adjustable. A user shall also be able to define a trend log for any data
in the system. This definition shall include interval, start-time, and stop-time. Trend
intervals shall be as frequently as 1minute up to yearly sampling and shall be selectable.
Trend data shall be sampled and stored on the Building Controller panel and can be
archived on a PC. Trend data shall be able to be viewed and printed from the operator
interface software. Trends must be viewable in a text-based format or graphically.
Trends shall also be storable in a CSV or PDF format for use by other industry standard
word processing and spreadsheet packages. The following is a list of key measurements
required for Trending:
10.
Dynamic Graphical Trending. The system shall have the ability to save the data collected
by a trend object and display that collected data in a graphical chart. Trend viewing
capabilities shall include the ability to show up to 6 points on a chart, to include live and/or
historical data. Each data point trend line shall be an individual color. Navigation and
viewing functions shall include scrolling and zooming of x and y axes, and a trace display
of the associated time stamp, and values for any selected point along the x-axis.
13.
Point Control. Provide a method for a user to view, override, and edit if applicable, the
status of any object and property in the system. These statuses shall be available by
menu, on graphics or through custom programs.
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14.
Clock Synchronization. A designated building controller shall synchronize all other building
controllers on the network. A building controller shall also be able to synchronize with a
NTP server for automatic time synchronization. The system shall automatically adjust for
daylight savings time if applicable.
15.
Reports and Logs. Provide a reporting package that allows the operator to select reports.
A number of different reports shall be available to be selected by the user and provide
current data. All reports can be set up to be run at specified intervals of time. Reports
and logs shall be stored on the building controller in a format that is readily accessible by
other standard software applications including spreadsheets and word processing.
Reports and logs shall be readily printed to the system printer. The operator shall be able
to designate reports that shall be stored to disk at selectable intervals. Provide a means
to list and access the last 10 reports viewed by the user.
a)
b)
c)
d)
E.
Point List for VRV Equipment
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
F.
Control Heat/Cool Mode per Zone
Control Fan Start Stop per Zone
Monitor Fan Status for each Indoor Unit
Monitor Space Temperature
Monitor Return Air Temperature at each Indoor Unit
Report Error Codes
Control Set Points
Floor Plan Graphics to Show what Area/Rooms are Served by what Units
Point List for Non-VRV Equipment
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
G.
All Points in Alarm Report: Provide an on demand report showing all current
alarms.
All Points in Override Report: Provide an on demand report showing all overrides
in effect.
Commissioning Report: Provide a one time report that lists all equipment with the
unit configuration and present operation.
Points report: Provide a report that lists the current value of all points
Control Heat/Cool Mode
Control Fan Start/Stop
Monitor Fan Status
Monitor Space Temperature
Monitor Supply Air Temperature
Monitor Return Air Temperauture
Control Set Points
Monitor Diagnostics
Monitor Alarms
Floor Plan Graphics to Show what Area/Rooms are Served by what Units.
Workstation Applications Editors. Each PC workstation shall support dedicated screens for
editing of all system applications. Provide editors for each application at the PC workstation. The
applications shall be downloaded and executed at the appropriate controller panels.
1.
2.
ADDENDUM #1
Controller. Provide a full screen editor for each type custom application, and application
specific controller that shall allow the operator to view and change the configuration,
name, control parameters, and system set-points.
Scheduling. An editor for the scheduling application shall be provided at each
workstation. Provide a monthly calendar for each schedule. Exception schedules and
holidays shall be shown clearly on the calendar. Provide a method for allowing several
related objects to follow a schedule. An advance and delay time for each object shall be
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3.
4.
adjustable from this master schedule. An operator shall be able to modify the schedule.
Schedules shall be able to be easily copied between objects and/or dates.
Manual Control and Override. Provide a means of manually controlling analog and binary
output points. Control overrides shall be performed through a simple procedure. Provide a
specific icon to show timed override or operator override, when a point, unit controller or
application has been overridden manually.
Air System Equipment Coordination. Provide editor screens with monitoring and control
functions that group together and coordinates the operation of air handling equipment and
associated VAV boxes as specified in the sequence of operations. For each air system,
the editor pages shall include:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
System mode of the air handling system
Listing and assignment of the associated air handler and VAV boxes
AHU supply air cooling and heating set points
AHU minimum, maximum and nominal static pressure set points
VAV box minimum and maximum flow, and drive open and close overrides
2.4
APPLICATION AND CONTROL SOFTWARE
A.
Furnish the following applications software for building and energy management. All software
applications shall reside and run in the system controllers. Editing of applications shall occur at
the operator workstation.
B.
System Security
1.
2.
3.
4.
C.
User access shall be secured using individual security passwords and user names.
Passwords shall restrict the user to only the objects, applications, and system functions
as assigned by the system administrator
User logon/logoff attempts shall be recorded.
The system shall protect itself from unauthorized use by automatically logging off
following the last keystroke. The delay time shall be user definable.
Scheduling. Provide the capability to schedule each object or group of objects in the system.
Each of these schedules shall include the capability for start, stop, optimal start, optimal stop, and
night economizer actions. Each schedule may consist of up to [10] events. When a group of
objects are scheduled together, provide the capability to define advances and delays for each
member. Each schedule shall consist of the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Weekly Schedule. Provide separate schedules for each day of the week.
Exception Schedules. Provide the ability for the operator to designate any day of the year
as an exception schedule. This exception schedule shall override the standard schedule
for that day. Exception schedules may be defined up to a year in advance. Once an
exception schedule is executed it will be discarded and replaced by the standard schedule
for that day of the week.
Holiday Schedules. Provide the capability for the operator to define up to 99 special or
holiday schedules. These schedules may be placed on the scheduling calendar and will
be repeated each year. The operator shall be able to define the length of each holiday
period.
Optimal Start. The scheduling application outlined above shall support an optimal start
algorithm. This shall calculate the thermal characteristics of a zone and start the
equipment prior to occupancy to achieve the desired space temperature at the specified
occupancy time. The algorithm shall calculate separate sets of heating and cooling rates
for zones that have been unoccupied for less then and greater than 24 hours. Provide the
ability to modify the start algorithm based on outdoor air temperature. Provide an early
start limit in minutes to prevent the system from starting before an operator determined
time limit.
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D.
Remote Communications. The system shall have the ability to transmit alarms to multiple
associated alarm receivers. Receivers shall include PC Workstations, email addresses, and cell
phones. The alarm message shall include the name of the alarm location, the device that
generated the alarm, and the alarm message itself. The operator shall be able to remotely access
and operate the system utilizing the system Ethernet communications, or dial up communications
via modem, in the same format and method used on site as described under the Operator
Interface section of this specification.
E.
Point control. User shall have the option to set the update interval, minimum on/off time, event
notification, custom programming on change of events
F.
Timed Override. A standard application shall be utilized to enable/disable temperature control
when a user selects on/cancel at the zone sensor, workstation, or the operator display. The
amount of time that the override takes precedence will be selectable from the workstation.
G.
Anti-Short Cycling. All binary output points shall be protected from short cycling.
2.5
SYSTEM CONTROLLERS
A.
General. Provide System Controllers to provide the performance specified in section 1 of this
division. Each of these panels shall meet the following requirements.
1.
The System Automation System shall be composed of one or more independent,
standalone, microprocessor based System Controllers to manage the global strategies
described in System software section.
2.
The System Controller shall have sufficient memory to support its operating system,
database, and programming requirements.
3.
The controller shall provide a USB communications port for connection to a PC
4.
The operating system of the Controller shall manage the input and output
communications signals to allow distributed controllers to share real and virtual point
information and allow central monitoring and alarms.
5.
Controllers that perform scheduling shall have a real time clock.
6.
Data shall be shared between networked System Controllers.
7.
The System Controller shall utilize industry recognized open standard protocols for
communication to unit controllers.
8.
The System Controller shall continually check the status of its processor and memory
circuits. If an abnormal operation is detected, the controller shall:
a) Assume a predetermined failure mode.
b) Generate an alarm notification.
c) Create a retrievable file of the state of all applicable memory locations at the time of the
failure.
d) Automatically reset the System Controller to return to a normal operating mode.
B.
Communications. Each System Controller shall reside on a BACnet internetwork using the IEEE
802.3 (Ethernet) Physical/Data Link layer protocol. Each System Controller shall also perform
routing to a network of Custom Application and Application Specific Controllers. Each system
controller shall use BACnet MSTP as prescribed by the BACnet standard to perform
communications to a network of Custom Application and Application Specific Controllers.
C.
Environment. Controller hardware shall be suitable for the anticipated ambient conditions.
Controller used in conditioned ambient shall be mounted in an enclosure, and shall be rated for
operation at -40 C to 50 C [-40 F to 122 F].
D.
Serviceability. Provide diagnostic LEDs for power, communications, and processor. The System
Controller shall have a display on the main board that indicates the current operating mode of the
controller. All wiring connections shall be made to field removable, modular terminal connectors.
The System controller shall utilize standard DIN mounting methods for installation and
replacement.
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Memory. The System Controller shall maintain all BIOS and programming information indefinitely
without power to the System controller.
F.
Immunity to power and noise. Controller shall be able to operate at 90% to 110% of nominal
voltage rating and shall perform an orderly shut-down below 80% nominal voltage
2.6
CUSTOM APPLICATION CONTROLLERS
A.
General. Provide Custom Application Controllers to provide the performance specified in section
1 of this division. Each of these panels shall meet the following requirements.
1.
2.
3.
4.
B.
The Controller shall have sufficient memory to support its operating system, database,
and programming requirements.
Controllers that perform scheduling shall have a real time clock.
The operating system of the Controller shall manage the input and output
communications signals to allow distributed controllers to share real and virtual point
information and allow central monitoring and alarms.
The Controller shall continually check the status of its processor and memory circuits. If
an abnormal operation is detected, the controller shall assume a predetermined failure
mode, and generate an alarm notification.
Environment. Controller hardware shall be suitable for the anticipated ambient conditions.
1.
2.
Controller used in conditioned ambient shall be mounted in IP 20 type enclosures, and
shall be rated for operation at 0 C to 50 C [32 F to 120 F].
Controllers used outdoors and/or in wet ambient shall be mounted within IP 56 type
waterproof enclosures, and shall be rated for operation at -40 C to 70 C [-40 F to 158 F].
C.
Serviceability. Provide diagnostic LEDs for power, communications, and processor. All low
voltage wiring connections shall be made such that the controller electronics can be removed
and/or replaced without disconnection of field termination wiring.
D.
Memory. The Controller shall maintain all BIOS and programming information in the event of a
power loss for at least 72 hours.
E.
Immunity to power and noise. Controller shall be able to operate at 90% to 110% of nominal
voltage rating and shall perform an orderly shutdown below 80% nominal voltage.
2.7
APPLICATION SPECIFIC CONTROLLERS
A.
General. Application specific controllers (ASC) are microprocessor-based DDC controllers, which
through hardware or firmware design are dedicated to control a specific piece of equipment. They
are not fully user programmable, but are customized for operation within the confines of the
equipment they are designed to serve.
1.
2.
B.
Each ASC shall be capable of stand-alone operation and shall continue to provide control
functions without being connected to the network.
Each ASC will contain sufficient I/O capacity to control the target system.
Environment. The hardware shall be suitable for the anticipated ambient conditions.
1.
Controller used in conditioned ambient spaces shall be mounted in IP 20 type rated
enclosures. Controllers located where not to be disturbed by System activity (such as
above ceiling grid), may be provided with plenum-rated enclosures and non-enclosed
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wiring connections for plenum cabling. All controllers shall be rated for operation at 0 C to
50 C [32 F to 120 F].
Controllers used outdoors and/or in wet ambient shall be mounted within IP 56 type
waterproof enclosures, and shall be rated for operation at -40 C to 65 C [-40 F to 150 F].
C.
Serviceability. Provide diagnostic LEDs for power and communications. All wiring connections
shall be clearly labeled and made to be field removable.
D.
Memory. The Application Specific Controller shall maintain all BIOS and programming
information in the event of a power loss for at least 90 days.
E.
Immunity to Power and noise. Controller shall be able to operate at 90% to 110% of nominal
voltage rating and shall perform an orderly shutdown below 80%.
F.
Transformer. Power supply for the ASC must be rated at minimum of 125% of ASC power
consumption, and shall be fused or current limiting type.
2.8
INPUT/OUTPUT INTERFACE
A.
Hard-wired inputs and outputs may tie into the system through System, Custom, or Application
Specific Controllers.
B.
All input points and output points shall be protected such that shorting of the point to itself, another
point, or ground will cause no damage to the controller. All input and output points shall be
protected from voltage up to 24V of any duration, such that contact with this voltage will cause no
damage to the controller.
C.
Binary inputs shall allow the monitoring of on/off signals from remote devices. The binary inputs
shall provide a wetting current of at least 12 mA to be compatible with commonly available control
devices.
D.
Pulse accumulation input points. This type of point shall conform to all the requirements of Binary
Input points, and also accept up to 3 pulses per second for pulse accumulation, and shall be
protected against effects of contact bounce and noise.
E.
Analog inputs shall allow the monitoring of low voltage (0-10 Vdc), current (4-20 ma), or
resistance signals (thermistor, RTD). Analog inputs shall be compatible with, and field
configurable to commonly available sensing devices.
F.
Binary outputs shall provide for on/off operation. Terminal unit and zone control applications may
use 2 outputs for drive-open, drive-close (tri-state) modulating control.
G.
Analog outputs shall provide a modulating signal for the control of end devices. Outputs shall
provide either a 0-10 Vdc or a 4-20 ma signal as required to provide proper control of the output
device.
2.9
AUXILIARY CONTROL DEVICES
A.
Motorized dampers, unless otherwise specified elsewhere, shall be as follows:
1.
2.
3.
ADDENDUM #1
Damper frames shall be 16 gauge galvanized sheet metal or 1/8" extruded aluminum with
reinforced corner bracing.
Damper blades shall not exceed 8" in width or 48" in length. Blades are to be suitable for
medium velocity performance (2,000 fpm). Blades shall be not less than 16 gauge.
Damper shaft bearings shall be as recommended by manufacturer for application.
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4.
5.
6.
All blade edges and top and bottom of the frame shall be provided with compressible
seals. Side seals shall be compressible stainless steel. The blade seals shall provide for
a maximum leakage rate of 10 CFM per square foot at 2.5" w.c. differential pressure.
All leakage testing and pressure ratings will be based on AMCA Publication 500.
Individual damper sections shall not be larger than 48" x 60". Provide a minimum of one
damper actuator per section.
B.
Control dampers shall be parallel or opposed blade types as scheduled on drawings.
C.
Electric damper/valve actuators.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
D.
All rotary spring return actuators shall be capable of both clockwise or counter clockwise
spring return operation. Linear actuators shall spring return to the retracted position.
Proportional actuators shall accept a 0-10 VDC or 0-20 ma control signal and provide a 210 VDC or 4-20 ma operating range.
All non-spring return actuators shall have an external manual gear release to allow
manual positioning of the damper when the actuator is not powered. Spring return
actuators with more than 60 in-lb. torque capacity shall have a manual crank for this
purpose.
Actuators shall be provided with a conduit fitting and a minimum 1m electrical cable and
shall be pre-wired to eliminate the necessity of opening the actuator housing to make
electrical connections.
Actuators shall be Underwriters Laboratories Standard 873 listed.
Actuators shall be designed for a minimum of 60,000 full stroke cycles at the actuator's
rated torque.
Binary Temperature Devices
1.
2.
3.
E.
The actuator shall have electronic overload or digital rotation sensing circuitry to prevent
damage to the actuator throughout the rotation of the actuator.
Where shown, for power-failure/safety applications, an internal mechanical, spring return
mechanism shall be built into the actuator housing.
Low-Voltage Space Thermostats shall be 24 V, bimetal-operated, mercury-switch type,
with either adjustable or fixed anticipation heater, concealed set point adjustment, 13°C30°C (55°F-85°F) set point range, 1°C (2°F) maximum differential, and vented cover.
Line-Voltage Space Thermostats shall be bimetal-actuated, open-contact type or bellowsactuated, enclosed, snap-switch type or equivalent solid-state type, with heat anticipator,
UL listing for electrical rating, concealed set point adjustment, 13°C-30°C (55°F-85°F) set
point range, 1°C (2°F) maximum differential, and vented cover.
Low-Limit airstream thermostats shall be UL listed, vapor pressure type. Element shall be
at least 6 m (20 ft) long. Element shall sense temperature in each 30 cm (1 ft) section and
shall respond to lowest sensed temperature. Low-limit thermostat shall be manual reset
only.
Temperature Sensors
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Temperature sensors shall be Resistance Temperature Device (RTD) or Thermistor.
Duct sensors shall be rigid or averaging as shown. Averaging sensors shall be a
minimum of 1.5m [5 feet] in length.
Immersion sensors shall be provided with a separable stainless steel well. Pressure
rating of well is to be consistent with the system pressure in which it is to be installed.
Space sensors shall be equipped with set-point adjustment, override switch, display,
and/or communication port as shown on the drawings.
Provide matched temperature sensors for differential temperature measurement.
Differential accuracy shall be within 0.1 C [0.2 F].
F.
Humidity Sensors
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1.
2.
3.
G.
Static Pressure Sensors
1.
2.
3.
4.
H.
2.
2.
Control relays shall be UL listed plug-in type with dust cover. Contact rating,
configuration, and coil voltage suitable for application.
Time delay relays shall be UL listed solid-state plug-in type with adjustable time delay.
Delay shall be adjustable plus or minus 200% (minimum) from set-point shown on plans.
Contact rating, configuration, and coil voltage suitable for application. Provide IP 20 Type
enclosure when not installed in local control panel.
Transformers and Power Supplies
1.
2.
3.
4.
L.
Carbon Dioxide sensors shall measure CO2 in PPM in a range of 0-2000 ppm. Accuracy
shall be +/- 3% of reading with stability within 5% over 5 years. Sensors shall be duct or
space mounted as indicated in the sequence of operation.
Relays
1.
K.
Safety low limit thermostats shall be vapor pressure type with an element 6m [20 ft]
minimum length. Element shall respond to the lowest temperature sensed by any one
foot section.
Low limit shall be manual reset only.
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Sensors
1.
J.
Sensor shall have linear output signal. Zero and span shall be field-adjustable.
Sensor sensing elements shall withstand continuous operating conditions plus or minus
50% greater than calibrated span without damage.
Water pressure sensor shall have stainless steel diaphragm construction, proof pressure
of 150 psi minimum. Sensor shall be complete with 4-20 ma output, required mounting
brackets, and block and bleed valves. Mount in location accessible for service.
Water differential pressure sensor shall have stainless steel diaphragm construction,
proof pressure of 150 psi minimum. Over-range limit (DP) and maximum static pressure
shall be 3,000 psi. Transmitter shall be complete with 4-20 ma output, required mounting
brackets, and five-valve manifold. Mount in a location accessible for service.
Low Limit Thermostats
1.
I.
Duct and room sensors shall have a sensing range of 20% to 80% with accuracy of ±5%
R.H.
Duct sensors shall be provided with a sampling chamber.
Outdoor air humidity sensors shall have a sensing range of 20% to 95% R.H. It shall be
suitable for ambient conditions of -40 C to 75 C [-40 F to 170 F].
Control transformers shall be UL listed, Class 2 current-limiting type, or shall be furnished
with over-current protection in both primary and secondary circuits for Class 2 service.
Unit output shall match the required output current and voltage requirements. Current
output shall allow for a 50% safety factor. Output ripple shall be 70.0 mV maximum Peakto-Peak. Regulation shall be 5% line and load combined, with 50 microsecond response
time for 50% load changes. Unit shall have built-in over-voltage protection.
Unit shall operate between 0 C and 50 C.
Unit shall be UL recognized.
Current Switches
1.
Current-operated switches shall be self-powered, solid state with adjustable trip current.
The switches shall be selected to match the current of the application and output
requirements of the DDC system.
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LOCAL CONTROL PANELS
1.
2.
3.
All indoor control cabinets shall be fully enclosed IP 20 Type construction with hinged
door, and removable sub-panels or electrical sub-assemblies.
Interconnections between internal and face-mounted devices shall be pre-wired with
color-coded stranded conductors neatly installed in plastic troughs and/or tie-wrapped.
Terminals for field connections shall be UL listed for 600-volt service, individually
identified per control/interlock drawings, with adequate clearance for field wiring. Control
terminations for field connection shall be individually identified per control drawings.
Provide on/off power switch with over-current protection for control power sources to each
local panel.
PART 3: EXECUTION
3.0
SECTION INCLUDES:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
L.
M.
N.
O.
P.
Examination
Protection
General Workmanship
Field Quality Control
Wiring
Fiber Optic Cable
Installation of Sensors
Flow Switch Installation
Actuators
Warning Labels
Identification of Hardware and Wiring
Controllers
Programming
Cleaning
Training
Acceptance
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
The project plans shall be thoroughly examined for control device and equipment locations, and
any discrepancies, conflicts, or omissions shall be reported to the Architect/Engineer for resolution
before rough-in work is started.
B.
The contractor shall inspect the site to verify that equipment is installable as shown, and any discrepancies, conflicts, or omissions shall be reported to the Architect/Engineer for resolution before
rough-in work is started.
3.2
PROTECTION
A.
The Contractor shall protect all work and material from damage by his/her work or workers, and
shall be liable for all damage thus caused.
3.3
GENERAL WORKMANSHIP
A.
Install equipment, piping, wiring/conduit parallel to System lines (i.e. horizontal, vertical, and
parallel to walls) wherever possible.
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B.
Provide sufficient slack and flexible connections to allow for vibration of piping and equipment.
C.
Install all equipment in readily accessible location as defined by chapter 1 article 100 part A of the
NEC. Control panels shall be attached to structural walls unless mounted in equipment enclosure
specifically designed for that purpose. Panels shall be mounted to allow for unobstructed access
for service.
D.
Verify integrity of all wiring to ensure continuity and freedom from shorts and grounds.
E.
All equipment, installation, and wiring shall comply with acceptable industry specifications and
standards for performance, reliability, and compatibility and be executed in strict adherence to
local codes and standard practices.
3.4
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A.
All work, materials and equipment shall comply with the rules and regulations of applicable local,
state, and federal codes and ordinances as identified in Part 1 of this Section.
B.
Contractor shall continually monitor the field installation for code compliance and quality of
workmanship. All visible piping and or wiring runs shall be installed parallel to System lines and
properly supported.
C.
Contractor shall arrange for field inspections by local and/or state authorities having jurisdiction
over the work.
3.5
WIRING
A.
All control and interlock wiring shall comply with the national and local electrical codes and
Division 16 of these specifications. Where the requirements of this section differ with those in
Division 16, the requirements of this section shall take precedence.
B.
Where Class 2 wires are in concealed and accessible locations including ceiling return air
plenums, approved cables not in raceway may be used provided that:
C.
Circuits meet NEC Class 2 (current-limited) requirements. (Low-voltage power circuits shall be
sub-fused when required to meet Class 2 current-limit.)
D.
All cables shall be UL listed for application, i.e., cables used in ceiling plenums shall be UL listed
specifically for that purpose.
E.
Do not install Class 2 wiring in conduit containing Class 1 wiring. Boxes and panels containing
high voltage may not be used for low voltage wiring except for the purpose of interfacing the two
(e.g. relays and transformers).
F.
Where class 2 wiring is run exposed, wiring shall be run parallel along a surface or perpendicular
to it, and bundled, using approved wire ties at no greater than 3 m [10 ft] intervals. Such bundled
cable shall be fastened to the structure, using specified fasteners, at 1.5 m [5 ft] intervals or more
often to achieve a neat and workmanlike result.
G.
All wire-to-device connections shall be made at a terminal blocks or terminal strip. All wire-to wire
connections shall be at a terminal block, or with a crimped connector. All wiring within enclosures
shall be neatly bundled and anchored to permit access and prevent restriction to devices and
terminals.
H.
Maximum allowable voltage for control wiring shall be 120V. If only higher voltages are available,
the Control System Contractor shall provide step down transformers.
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I.
All wiring shall be installed as continuous lengths, where possible. Any required splices shall be
made only within an approved junction box or other approved protective device.
J.
Install plenum wiring in sleeves where it passes through walls and floors. Maintain fire rating at all
penetrations in accordance with other sections of this specification and local codes.
K.
Size of conduit and size and type of wire shall be the design responsibility of the Control System
Contractor, in keeping with the manufacturer's recommendation and NEC.
L.
Control and status relays are to be located in designated enclosures only. These relays may also
be located within packaged equipment control panel enclosures. These relays shall not be
located within Class 1 starter enclosures.
M.
Follow manufacturer's installation recommendations for all communication and network cabling.
Network or communication cabling shall be run separately from other wiring.
N.
Adhere to Division 16 requirements for installation of raceway.
O.
This Contractor shall terminate all control and/or interlock wiring and shall maintain updated
(as-built) wiring diagrams with terminations identified at the job site.
P.
Flexible metal conduits and liquid-tight, flexible metal conduits shall not exceed 3' in length and
shall be supported at each end. Flexible metal conduit less than 1/2" electrical trade size shall not
be used. In areas exposed to moisture, including chiller and boiler rooms, liquid-tight, flexible
metal conduits shall be used.
3.6
FIBER OPTIC CABLE SYSTEM
A.
All cabling shall be installed in a neat and workmanlike manner. Minimum cable and unjacketed
fibber bend radii as specified by cable manufacturer shall be maintained.
3.7
INSTALLATION OF SENSORS
A.
Install sensors in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations.
B.
Mount sensors rigidly and adequate for the environment within which the sensor operates.
C.
Room temperature sensors shall be installed on concealed junction boxes properly supported by
the wall framing.
D.
All wires attached to sensors shall be air sealed in their conduits or in the wall to stop air
transmitted from other areas affecting sensor readings.
E.
Install duct static pressure tap with tube end facing directly down-stream of air flow.
F.
Sensors used in mixing plenums, and hot and cold decks shall be of the averaging type.
Averaging sensors shall be installed in a serpentine manner horizontally across duct. Each bend
shall be supported with a capillary clip.
G.
All pipe mounted temperature sensors shall be installed in wells. Install all liquid temperature
sensors with heat conducting fluid in thermal wells.
H.
Wiring for space sensors shall be concealed in System walls. EMT conduit is acceptable within
mechanical and service rooms.
I.
Install outdoor air temperature sensors on north wall complete with sun shield at designated
location.
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3.8
ACTUATORS
A.
Mount and link control damper actuators per manufacturer's instructions.
1.
To compress seals when spring return actuators are used on normally closed dampers,
power actuator to approximately 5° open position, manually close the damper, and then
tighten the linkage.
Check operation of damper/actuator combination to confirm that actuator modulates
damper smoothly throughout stroke to both open and closed positions.
Valves - Actuators shall be mounted on valves with adapters approved by the actuator
manufacturer. Actuators and adapters shall be mounted following manufacturer's
recommendations.
2.
3.
3.9
WARNING LABELS
A.
Affix labels on each starter and equipment automatically controlled through the DDC System.
Warning label shall indicate the following:
CAUTION
This equipment is operating under automatic control and may start or stop at any time without warning.
Switch disconnect to “Off” position before servicing.
B.
Affix labels to motor starters and control panels that are connected to multiple power sources
utilizing separate disconnects. Labels shall indicate the following:
CAUTION
This equipment is fed from more than one power source with separate disconnects.
Disconnect all power sources before servicing.
3.10
IDENTIFICATION OF HARDWARE AND WIRING
A.
All wiring and cabling, including that within factory-fabricated panels, shall be labeled at each end
within 2" of termination with a cable identifier and other descriptive information.
B.
Permanently label or code each point of field terminal strips to show the instrument or item
served.
C.
Identify control panels with minimum 1-cm (1/2”) letters on nameplates.
D.
Identify all other control components with permanent labels. Identifiers shall match record
documents. All plug-in components shall be labeled such that removal of the component does not
remove the label.
3.11
CONTROLLERS
A.
Provide a separate Controller for each major piece of HVAC equipment. A custom application
controller may control more than one system provided that all points associated with that system
are assigned to the same controller.
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B.
System Controllers and Custom Application Controllers shall be selected to provide a minimum of
15% spare I/O point capacity for each point type found at each location. If input points are not
universal, 15% of each type is required. If outputs are not universal, 15% of each type is required.
A minimum of one spare is required for each type of point used.
1.
Future use of spare capacity shall require providing the field device, field wiring, points
database definition, and custom software. No additional Controller boards or point
modules shall be required to implement use of these spare points.
3.12
PROGRAMMING
A.
Provide sufficient internal memory for the specified control sequences and trend logging. There
shall be a minimum of 25% of available memory free for future use.
B.
Point Naming: System point names shall be modular in design, allowing easy operator interface
without the use of a written point index.
C.
Demonstration: A complete demonstration and readout of the capabilities of the monitoring and
control system shall be performed. The contractor shall dedicate a minimum of 16 hours on-site
with the Owner and his representatives for a complete functional demonstration of all the system
requirements. This demonstration constitutes a joint acceptance inspection, and permits
acceptance of the delivered system for on-line operation.
3.13
CLEANING
A.
This contractor shall clean up all debris resulting from his or her activities daily. The contractor
shall remove all cartons, containers, crates, etc. under his control as soon as their contents have
been removed. Waste shall be collected and placed in a location designated by the Construction
Manager or General Contractor.
3.14
TRAINING
A.
Provide a minimum of 2 classroom training sessions, 4 hours each, throughout the contract period
for personnel designated by the Owner. Computer-based audio-visual training may be substituted
for up to 8 hours of hands on training.
B.
Train the designated staff of Owner's representative and Owner to enable them to proficiently
operate the system; create, modify and delete programming; add, remove and modify physical
points for the system, and perform routine diagnostic and troubleshooting procedures.
3.15
ACCEPTANCE
A.
The control systems will not be accepted as meeting the requirements of Completion until all tests
described in this specification have been performed to the satisfaction of both the Engineer and
Owner. Any tests that cannot be performed due to circumstances beyond the control of the
Contractor may be exempt from the Completion requirements if stated as such in writing by the
Owner's representative. Such tests shall then be performed as part of the warranty.
END OF SECTION 15900
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SPRINKLER HEAD LEGEND
SYM
POSITION
FINISH
TEMP
K
NPT
SIN
ESCT.
MODEL#
PEND
CHROME
155
5.60
1/2"
TY3231
SEMI REC
TY-FRB
UPR
CHROME
155
5.60
1/2"
TY3131
N/A
TY-FRB
PEND
WHITE
155
5.60
1/2"
TY3504
CONCEALED
RFLL
DRY PEND
CHROME
155
5.60
1"
TY3235
2 PC
DS-1
DRY SIDE
CHROME
155
5.60
1/2"
TY3391
2 PC
DS-1
PEND
CHROME
155
5.60
1/2"
TY3231
DEEP PLATE
TY-FRB
SIDEWALL
CHROME
155
5.60
1/2"
TY3331
N/A
TY-FRB
ADDENDUM #1
RENOVATIONS & ADDITIONS
Project Number 1101 nwhs
Copyright © 2012
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
CLARKSVILLE TN
FP001
ATTACHMENT #1
UP
MATCH
LINE
UP
E E
UP
E E
E E
UP
E E
UP
TIE TO EXISTING
4" MAIN TO SUPPLY
EXISTING SPRINKLERS
F.E.C.
ws
ws
ws
ws
E E
F.E.
RISER FOR STANDPIPE
AND EXISTING SPRINKLERS
1
SCALE: 16
"=1'0
SEE CIVIL PLANS
FOR FIRE LINE
CONTINUATION
RENOVATIONS & ADDITIONS
Project Number 1101 nwhs
Copyright © 2012
SPRINKLER SYSTEM RISER
RELOCATED WITH BUILDING
ADDITION
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
CLARKSVILLE TN
ADDENDUM #1
FP101
ATTACHMENT #1
UP
UP
UP
UP
F.E.C.
UP
UP
1
SCALE: 16
"=1'0
Project Number 1101 nwhs
Copyright © 2012
RENOVATIONS & ADDITIONS
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
CLARKSVILLE TN
ADDENDUM #1
FP101
ATTACHMENT #2
VEST
200B
E E
3
CUSTODIAL
SUPPLY
149
INSTALL NEW UPRIGHT
HEAD IN JANITOR'S CLOSET
TRAINING
126
E E
MATCH
LINE
STAFF
127
3
E
ADD/RELOCATE
SPRINKLERS
FOR NEW CORRIDOR
FROM EXISTING
BRANCHLINES
OFFICE
131
E E
LOCKERS
148
STAFF
134
MEN
147
E
SHOWERS
145
E
LOCKERS
135
CORRIDOR
125
SUPPLY
150
E
E
SHOWERS
144
CORRIDOR
200
E E
SUPPLY
130
STAFF
206
SUPPLY
151
SUPPLY
129
LOCKERS
136
E
WOMEN
143
TOIL
137
LOCKERS
142
E E
OFFICE
138
E
1
SCALE: 16
"=1'0
ADDENDUM #1
Project Number 1101 nwhs
Copyright © 2012
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
CLARKSVILLE TN
FP104
ATTACHMENT #1
E E
E
ENGLISH
COMPUTER
169
E E
CLASSROOM
170
EXISTING CONNECTOR HAS FIRE SPRINKLERS INSTALLED.
REMOVE SPRINKLERS OUTSIDE OF NEW CONNECTOR 075.
SPACE HEADS ACCORDING TO NFPA 13
CONNECTOR
075
REMOVE SPRINKLERS FROM THIS AREA
CORRIDOR
300C
RENOVATIONS & ADDITIONS
Project Number 1101 nwhs
Copyright © 2012
ADDENDUM #1
FP105
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
CLARKSVILLE TN
ATTACHMENT #1
RUN MAIN PIPING BACK
TO SUPPLY. MAIN MUST BE
A MINIMUM OF 2" PER NFPA 13
ISS
175
LINE
1
SCALE: 16
"=1'0
Project Number 1101 nwhs
Copyright © 2012
RENOVATIONS & ADDITIONS
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
CLARKSVILLE TN
ADDENDUM #1
FP105
ATTACHMENT #2
DOWN FROM ABOVE
ADDENDUM #1
RENOVATIONS & ADDITIONS
Project Number 1101 nwhs
Copyright © 2012
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
CLARKSVILLE TN
FP110
ATTACHMENT #1
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
DOOR AND FRAME SCHEDULE
DOOR
SIZE
M
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
020
B02
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 36
EXISTING FIRE RATED FRAME
TO REMAIN
B03B
45 MIN.
SET 32
EXISTING FIRE RATED DOOR
& FRAME TO REMAIN
022B
CASED OPENING
B04
45 MIN.
SET 33
EXISTING FIRE RATED DOOR
& FRAME TO REMAIN
023
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
WD x HGT x THK
B03A
08110A
3'-6" x 7'-10" x 1 3/4"
EL
GLAZING
MATL
KEYNOTE KEYNOTE
EL
HEAD JAMB
SILL
45 MIN.
FL
C LABEL
C LABEL
C LABEL
F
D
C
B
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
022A
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
08800B
1/4"
EL
08110C
FR2
08110C
FR2
CO1
FL
08110C
FR2
08110C
FR2
08110C
FR2
08110C
FR2
08110C
FR2
08110C
FR2
NOT USED
025
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
B07
NOT USED
026
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
45 MIN.
GLAZING
MATL
KEYNOTE KEYNOTE
08110C
B06
13
14
15
16
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
HEAD JAMB
G4
SILL
A010
G4
D4
A010
A010
L13
19
18
20
DOOR AND FRAME SCHEDULE
DOOR
D4
A010
17
FIRE
RATING
LABEL
HARDWARE
SET
NUMBER
SM
SET 9
066A
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
SET 10
066B
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 2
067
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
FRAME
DETAIL
SIZE
NOTES
MARK
L13
WD x HGT x THK
MATL
KEYNOTE
EL
08211C
NL
GLAZING
MATL
KEYNOTE KEYNOTE
08800B
1/4"
08110C
EL
FR2
HEAD JAMB
G1
A010
SILL
G1
A010
FIRE
RATING
LABEL
HARDWARE
SET
NUMBER
SM
SET 11
08110C
FL
08211C
FR2
G1
G1
A010
A010
G1
SM
SET 9
G1
SM
SET 6
G1
G1
A010
A010
SM
SET 7
068
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
FL
08110C
FR2
SET 8
069
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
FL
08110C
FR2
SET 8
070
NOT USED
D4
SET 10
071
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
G4
D4
A010
A010
SET 10
072
NOT USED
SET 10
073A
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
SET 7
073B
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
A010
A010
G4
D4
A010
A010
G4
D4
A010
A010
G4
A010
A010
G4
D4
A010
A010
A010
A010
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
B09
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
028
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
FL
B10A
SET 35
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
029
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
073C
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
B10B
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
030
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 4
073J
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
B11
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
031D
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 4
073T
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
B12
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
031F
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 4
073U
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
B13
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
031H
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 4
073V
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
B14
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
031J
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 4
073W
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
B15
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
031L
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 4
074
NOT USED
B16
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
031N
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 4
075C
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
B17
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
032B
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
075D
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
032D
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
075J 3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" 2-(PAIR) 08110A
NOT USED
D4
SM
A010
08110A
08110C
FL
FR4
G1
A010
90 MIN.
G1
B LABEL
A010
08110C
FL
FR7
D1
A010
90 MIN. SET 22 - 2 SETS
D1
B LABEL
A010
SET 35
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
032F
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
075H
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
FRAME W/ RATED TRANSOM
PANEL
032H
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
075I
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
032J
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
076
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
08110A
FL
08110C
FR4
SET 1
077
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
08110A
FL
08110C
FR4
08110A
FL
08110C
FR5
D11
D14
45 MIN.
SET 16
B21
2'-10" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR) 08110A
FL
08110C
FR3
A11
A14
45 MIN.
SET 19
B22
45 MIN.
SET 41
EXISTING FIRE RATED DOOR
& FRAME TO REMAIN
032L
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
B23A
45 MIN.
SET 33
EXISTING FIRE RATED DOOR
& FRAME TO REMAIN
033
NOT USED
078A
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
45 MIN.
SET 20
034
NOT USED
078B
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
035
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
SET 6
079A
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08110A
FL
08110C
FR2
SET 19
079B
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08110A
FL
08110C
FR2
A010
A010
C LABEL
C LABEL
C LABEL
C LABEL
3'-6" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
08110A
08110C
FL
A11
FR3
A010
A14
A010
C LABEL
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
B26
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
036B
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR) 08211C
NL
B27
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
036C
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR) 08211C
NL
B28
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
037
B24
036A
NOT USED
038
B30
NOT USED
039
B31
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
08110A
FL
08110C
FR5
D11
D14
45 MIN.
SET 16
B32
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08110A
FL
08110C
FR1
A11
A14
45 MIN.
B33
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08110A
FL
08110C
FR1
A11
A14
45 MIN.
A010
A010
C LABEL
A010
A010
A010
A010
C LABEL
C LABEL
FRAME W/ RATED TRANSOM
PANEL
08211C
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR) 08211C
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
08211C
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR) 08211C
FL
NL
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
FL
08110C
FR2
08110C
FR4
08110C
FR4
08110C
FR4
08110C
FR2
08110C
FL
08110C
FL
FR2
FR4
G1
G1
A010
A010
D1
D1
A010
A010
D1
D1
A010
SM
A010
D1
D1
A010
A010
D1
SM
D1
A010
A010
D1
D1
A010
A010
D1
D1
A010
A010
SM
90 MIN.
OH2
45 MIN.
SET 1
SET 1
08330G
SET 1
081C
B35
SET 35
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
041C
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
081D
B36A,B
SET 38
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
042
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
B37
SET 38
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
042U
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
B38
SET 38
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
043
NOT USED
081G
VIEW WINDOW
B39
SET 38
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
044
NOT USED
081H
VIEW WINDOW
B40
SET 38
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
045
3'-2" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR) 08211C
FL
08110C
FR4
B41
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
046
3'-2" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR) 08211C
FL
08110C
FR4
B42
SET 38
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
047A
FL
08110C
FR2
SET 35
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
047B
VIEW WINDOW
NOT USED
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 2
048 - 49
002A
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 2
050
002B
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 1
051
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
003
NOT USED
052
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
004
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
FL
08110C
FR2
004A
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
FL
08110C
FR2
005
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
08110C
FR2
006A
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
08110C
FR2
006B
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
08110C
FR2
007
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
08110C
FR2
008
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
08110C
FR2
08110C
FR2
08110C
FR2
08110C
FR2
08110C
CO1
FL
08110C
FR2
08211C
FL
08110C
FR2
08211C
NL
08110C
FR2
009A
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
009B
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
FL
010A
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
010B
CASED OPENING
011
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
012
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
013
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
015
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
016
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
017
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
018
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
019
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211C
NL
1
2
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
3
08110C
FR2
08110C
FR2
08110C
FR2
08110C
FR2
08110C
FR2
D4
A010
VW3
08110C
FR4
FL
08110C
FR2
08211C
FL
08110C
FR2
3'-2" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR) 08211C
NL
053A
3'-2" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR) 08211C
FL
08110C
FR4
SET 6
053B
3'-2" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR) 08211C
FL
08110C
FR4
D4
SET 10
053C
3'-2" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR) 08211C
FL
08110C
FR4
G1
G1
A010
A010
SET 9
053D
3'-2" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
08110B
FL
08110D
FR4
SET 10
054A
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
08110A
FL
FR4
FR4
G4
D4
A010
A010
G4
A010
G4
D4
A010
A010
G4
A010
D4
A010
SET 10
054B
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
08110A
FL
G4
D4
A010
A010
SET 9
055
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
08110A
FL
G4
D4
A010
A010
08110C
08110C
FR4
SET 19
086A
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
G1
SET 6
086B
VIEW WINDOW
G1
SET 11
087
3'-6" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
D1
D1
A010
A010
SET 12
088-091
NOT USED
SET 12
092A
SET 19
D1
A010
A010
SM
A010
A010
D1
D1
A010
A010
D1
A010
D1
D1
A010
A010
SM
SET 20
D1
D1
45 MIN.
A010
A010
C LABEL
D1
A010
D1
A010
45 MIN.
SET 15
D1
D1
45 MIN.
A010
A010
C LABEL
SET 15
D1
D1
45 MIN.
A010
A010
C LABEL
C LABEL
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
SET 8
059
NOT USED
G4
D4
A010
A010
SET 8
060
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
SET 9
061
NOT USED
G4
D4
A010
A010
G4
A010
D4
A010
SET 10
062
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
G4
D4
A010
A010
SET 10
063
NOT USED
G4
D4
A010
A010
SET 10
064A
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
G4
D4
SET 10
064B
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
SET 10
064C
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 10
065
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
A010
A010
G4
D4
A010
A010
G4
D4
A010
A010
5
6
7
8
08110A
08110C
FL
FR2
G1
G1
45 MIN.
A010
A010
C LABEL
G1
G1
A010
A010
08110A
08211C
08110A
08110C
FL
NL
NL
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08110C
08110C
FR2
FR2
FR2
SET 15
SET 15
G1
G1
A010
A010
G1
G1
SM
08110C
VW2
P14
P14
L14
45 MIN.
A010
A010
A010
C LABEL
SET 1
12
08110A
FL
08110A
HG
08800B
1/4"
08800B
1/4"
08110C
FR1
08110C
FR1
08110C
VW1
08110D
FR11
08110A
FL
08110C
FR2
092B
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08110A
FL
08110C
FR2
093
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08110A
FL
08110C
FR2
NOTE 1
G1
G1
L14
45 MIN.
A010
A010
C LABEL
STEEL DOORS
GALV. STEEL DOORS
STEEL DOOR FRAMES
GALV. STEEL DOOR FRAMES
S.C. WOOD DOORS - FACTORY FIN.
COILING SERVICE FIRE DOOR
REF. SECTION 08710 FOR HARDWARE SETS
TEMPERED GLASS
INSULATING GLASS UNIT
CLEAR FIRE RATED GLASS
13
14
16
H
C LABEL
C LABEL
A010
A010
P1
A010
P1
A010
A010
A010
C LABEL
G
C LABEL
L1
SET 14
L1
SET 13
SET 13
A010
A010
P1
L1
A010
A010
P1
L1
SET 6
P1
L1
A010
A010
SET 14
A010
P9
A010
A2
A010
A010
L8
G1
G1
A010
A010
G1
A010
A8
GALV., INSULATED DOORS &
FRAMES AT EXTERIOR.
SET 24
A010
E
SET 11
G1
SET 11
G1
G1
A010
A010
SET 13
A010
F
L8
A010
G8 & D8
A010
A010
D
GENERAL REVISIONS 14 JUN 2012
CLARKSVILLE
MONTGOMERY COUNTY
SCHOOL SYSTEM
PROVIDE 08800B IN DOORS & 08800D IN SIDELIGHTS.
1"
1/4"
15
SET 26
C LABEL
1
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Clarksville TN
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Clarksville TN
ARCHITECTURE / INTERIOR DESIGN
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RENOVATIONS & ADDITIONS
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
FIELD VERIFY SIZE OF EXIST. OPENINGS TO RECEIVE NEW DOORS
& FRAMES. SIZES ARE TAKEN FROM EXISTING PLANS PROVIDED
BY OWNER & LIMITED SITE OBSERVATIONS.
NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT SHOULD CONDITIONS VARY FROM
THE INFORMATION SHOWN PRIOR TO BEGINNING WORK.
REFER TO SHEETS A005 - A007 FOR ALUMINUM ENTRANCES.
REFER TO SHEET A004 FOR DOOR & FRAME ELEVATIONS.
REFER TO SECTION 08710 FOR HARDWARE SETS.
SET 9
A010
11
45 MIN.
GENERAL NOTES
SET 11
SM
10
L14
SHEET KEYNOTES
SET 3
9
VW2
P14
4'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
DIVISION 08
08110A
08110B
08110C
08110D
08211C
08330G
08710
08800B
08800D
08800J
SET 8
A010
A010
08110C
P14
A010
A010
MATERIALS KEYNOTES
SET 8
G1
A010
45 MIN.
VL
1.
G1
L14
08110B
GALV., INSULATED DOORS &
FRAMES AT EXTERIOR.
SET 15
058
D4
A010
FR1
SET 1
A010
A010
08110C
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
G4
P14
FL
057B
A010
P14
08110A
SET 9
FR4
VW2
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
D4
08110C
08110C
08800J
1/4"
08800J
1/4"
08800J
1/4"
083B
A011
FL
45 MIN.
SET 5
A5
08110A
OH2
FR1
A011
L13
08330G
08110C
SET 1
A010
OH2
FL
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
L13
08330G
08110A
057A
A010
45 MIN.
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
SET 10
FR4
OH2
083A
D1
D1
08330G
SET 19
A010
A010
OH2
G1
NOT USED
G1
08330G
FR1
085
A010
45 MIN.
08110C
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
G1
OH2
FL
A010
A010
08330G
VIEW WINDOW
084
A010
OH2
A010
GALV., INSULATED DOORS &
FRAMES AT EXTERIOR.
SET 21
FR12
08110A
P14
D18
08110C
08800J
1/4"
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
D4
A010
FL
081F
G18
FR4
082
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
08110A
081E
C LABEL
08110D
SET 19
056
G4
DOUBLE EGRESS FRAME
08330G
A5
SET 10
A010
4
08800B
1/4"
08110C
SET 9
A010
FR2
08110C
G4
SET 18
SET 1
001
A010
OH2
OVERHEAD COILING
DOOR
OVERHEAD COILING
DOOR
OVERHEAD COILING
DOOR
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
P14
J
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
041A
P14
B LABEL
080A
08330G
K
B LABEL
SET 17
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
08800B
1/4"
B LABEL
A010
079G
SET 31
G1
A010
SET 5
FG
A010
180° SWING - COORDINATE
MAG. HOLD OPEN W/ ELEC.
OH1
08110A
G1
SET 11
B LABEL
08330G
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
A010
90 MIN.
OH1
081B
08211C
180° SWING - COORDINATE
MAG. HOLD OPEN W/ ELEC.
08330G
SET 1
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
D2
SET 11
079E
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
A010
A010
D1
90 MIN.
SET 5
040K
G1
A010
D2
90 MIN.
SET 9
A010
D1
OH1
FL
A011
B LABEL
08330G
08110B
G4
A010
180° SWING - COORDINATE
MAG. HOLD OPEN W/ ELEC.
OH1
3'-6" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
A010
A010
SET 11
08330G
081A
B LABEL
90 MIN.
OVERHEAD COILING
DOOR
OVERHEAD COILING
DOOR
OVERHEAD COILING
DOOR
SET 4
90 MIN.
D2
079D
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
D1
D1
SET 19
040G
A010
SET 19
FR2
SET 9
D1
C LABEL
08110C
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
A010
45 MIN.
FL
080B
FR6
A1
A010
08110A
SET 4
08110C
G1
A010
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
FL
SET 19
B LABEL
079C
040C
08110A
90 MIN.
A010
DOUBLE EGRESS - COORD.
H.O. CLO. POWER W/ ELEC.
L
A1
G1
A010
SET 19
B34
COORDINATE HOLD OPEN
CLOSER POWER W/ ELEC.
M
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
A010
N
SET 27
B20
A010
Q
P
027
G4
R
SET 1 - 2 SETS
EXISTING FIRE RATED DOOR
& FRAME TO REMAIN
A010
NOTES
SET 3
SET 38
C LABEL
014
A
021
FL
B43
E
FL
08211C
B29
G
08211C
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
B25
H
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
WD x HGT x THK
024
B23B
J
EL
MARK
NOT USED
B19
K
MATL
KEYNOTE
B05
B18
L
SIZE
B01
MATL
KEYNOTE
B08
N
FRAME
DETAIL
NOTES
MARK
P
DOOR
FIRE
RATING
LABEL
12
DOOR AND FRAME SCHEDULE
HARDWARE
SET
NUMBER
R
Q
FRAME
DETAIL
11
CLARKSVILLE TN
0
5
Project Number 1101 nwhs
Copyright © 2012
17
A001
DOOR SCHEDULE
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
DOOR AND FRAME SCHEDULE
DOOR
SIZE
R
MARK
Q
FRAME
DETAIL
WD x HGT x THK
MATL
KEYNOTE
EL
GLAZING
MATL
KEYNOTE KEYNOTE
EL
094
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08110A
FL
08110C
FR1
095
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08110A
FL
08110C
FR1
096
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08110A
FL
08110C
FR2
HEAD JAMB
P1
A010
SILL
FIRE
RATING
LABEL
NOTES
MARK
L
J
H
G
F
HEAD JAMB
SILL
SIZE
HARDWARE
SET
NUMBER
NOTES
MARK
WD x HGT x THK
MATL
KEYNOTE
EL
GLAZING
MATL
KEYNOTE KEYNOTE
EL
HEAD JAMB
SILL
FIRE
RATING
LABEL
HARDWARE
SET
NUMBER
NOTES
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 8
155B
SET 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
202A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 7
155C
SET 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
202B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
203A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 30
EXISTING FIRE RATED DOOR
& FRAME TO REMAIN
203B
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
156
SET 31
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
204A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
157
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
204B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
158
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
205A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
159
SET 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
205B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
206
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
P1
L1
A010
G1
G1
A010
A010
D18
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
08110B
FL
08110D
FR4
098
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08110A
FL
08110C
FR2
G18
D18
A010
A010
099
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08110A
FL
08110C
FR2
100
NOT USED
SM
A010
G1
G1
A010
A010
SM
SET 25
GALV., INSULATED DOORS &
FRAMES AT EXTERIOR.
155D
SET 23
GALV., INSULATED DOORS &
FRAMES AT EXTERIOR.
155E
SET 7
NOT USED
90 MIN.
B LABEL
NOT USED
115A
SM
SET 31
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
161
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
207
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
115B
SM
SET 31
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
162A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
208
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 32
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
SET 32
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
217A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
3'-8" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (FOUR) 08110A
NL
116B 3'-8" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (FOUR) 08110A
NL
116A
08800J
1/4"
08800J
1/4"
08110C
FR9
A11
A14
90 MIN. SET 19 - 2 SETS
162B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
209
08110C
FR9
A11
A14
90 MIN. SET 19 - 2 SETS
163
SET 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
210
SET 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
211
NOT USED
SET 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
215
NOT USED
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
A010
A010
A010
A010
B LABEL
B LABEL
116C
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
164
116D
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
165
117
SM
118
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
119
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
167B
120A
SET 33
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
168A
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
217B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
120B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
168B
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
218A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
121
SET 33
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
169A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
218B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
122
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
169B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
218C
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
167A
SET 3
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SM
216
123
NOT USED
170A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
218D
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
124
NOT USED
170B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
219
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
171A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
220A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
171B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
220B
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
90 MIN. SET 40 - 2 SETS
B LABEL
125B 3'-8" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (FOUR) 08110A
FG
08800J
1/4"
08110C
FR10
G13
G11
A010
A010
EXISTING FIRE RATED DOOR
& FRAME TO REMAIN
90 MIN. SET 19 - 2 SETS
B LABEL
126
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
172A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
220C
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
127
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
172B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
220D
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
128
SM
SET 32
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
173A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
221A
SET 33
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
129A
SM
SET 32
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
173B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
221B
SET 33
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
174A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
222A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 31
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
129B
SM
SET 32
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
130
SM
SET 32
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
174B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
222B
131A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
174C
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
223
131B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
175A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
224
SET32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
131C
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
175B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
225A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SM
132
NOT USED
176
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
225B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
133
NOT USED
177
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
226A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
134
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
178A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
226B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
135A
SET 35 & 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
178B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
227A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
135B
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
179
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
227B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
135C
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
180
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
228A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
136A
SET 35 & 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
181
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
228B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
136B
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
182
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
229A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
136C
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
183
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
229B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
137
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
184
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
230A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
138A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
185A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
230B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
138B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
185B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
231A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
186
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
231B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
NOT USED
140
SM
SET 33
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
187
SM
SET 32
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
232A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
141
SM
SET 32
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
188
SM
SET 32
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
232B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 35 & 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
189
SM
SET 32
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
233A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 35 & 37
EXISTING FIRE RATED DOOR
& FRAME TO REMAIN
190
SM
SET 32
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
233B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
191A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
234A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
90 MIN.
B LABEL
143
NOT USED
191B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
144
NOT USED
191C
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
145
NOT USED
192
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
146
NOT USED
193
SM
SET 32
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
147
NOT USED
194
SM
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SM
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
90 MIN.
148B
B LABEL
148C
149A
08110A
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08110C
FL
FR1
P1
L1
A010
A010
SET 35 & 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
195
SET 35 & 37
EXISTING FIRE RATED DOOR
& FRAME TO REMAIN
196
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
197
NOT USED
198
NOT USED
199
NOT USED
SET 6
149B
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
200A
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
150
SM
SET 32
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
151
SM
SET 32
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
200B
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
200C
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
201A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
152
MATERIALS KEYNOTES
DIVISION 08
08110A
08110B
08110C
08110D
08710
08800J
1
GENERAL NOTES
SM
SET 31
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
201B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
REFER TO SHEET A004 FOR DOOR & FRAME ELEVATIONS.
154B
SM
SET 31
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
201C
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
REFER TO SECTION 08710 FOR HARDWARE SETS.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
M
L
K
J
H
G
F
E
14
15
16
K&S Engineering
Clarksville TN
ARCHITECTURE / INTERIOR DESIGN
103 Marion Street Clarksville TN
931.552.6878 vioarc.com
WBW Engineering
Hopkinsville KY
Inman Associates
Nashville TN
RENOVATIONS & ADDITIONS
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
CLARKSVILLE TN
REFER TO SHEET A005 FOR TEMPERED GLASS WALL SYSTEM.
154A
5
DBS Engineering
Clarksville TN
REFER TO SHEETS A005 - A007 FOR ALUMINUM ENTRANCES.
SET 31
4
N
GENERAL REVISIONS 14 JUN 2012
CLARKSVILLE
MONTGOMERY COUNTY
SCHOOL SYSTEM
FIELD VERIFY SIZE OF EXIST. OPENINGS TO RECEIVE NEW DOORS
& FRAMES. SIZES ARE TAKEN FROM EXISTING PLANS PROVIDED
BY OWNER & LIMITED SITE OBSERVATIONS.
NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT SHOULD CONDITIONS VARY FROM
THE INFORMATION SHOWN PRIOR TO BEGINNING WORK.
SM
3
P
STEEL DOORS
GALV. STEEL DOORS
STEEL DOOR FRAMES
GALV. STEEL DOOR FRAMES
REF. SECTION 08710 FOR HARDWARE SETS
CLEAR FIRE RATED GLASS
153
2
Q
D
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
1
R
NOT USED
166
NOT USED
148A
A
EL
FRAME
DETAIL
SET 31
142C
B
EL
GLAZING
MATL
KEYNOTE KEYNOTE
20
DOOR AND FRAME SCHEDULE
DOOR
FIRE
RATING
LABEL
19
18
201D
142B
C
WD x HGT x THK
MATL
KEYNOTE
17
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
142A
D
16
SET 30
097
139
E
15
155A
125A
K
14
SET 8
160
M
FRAME
DETAIL
SIZE
HARDWARE
SET
NUMBER
P
N
13
L1
G18
114
12
DOOR AND FRAME SCHEDULE
DOOR
A010
A010
A010
11
0
5
Project Number 1101 nwhs
Copyright © 2012
17
A002
DOOR SCHEDULE
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
DOOR AND FRAME SCHEDULE
DOOR
SIZE
234B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
235A
SET 30
235B
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
309
SET 31
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
310
236A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
236B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
K
J
EL
EL
HEAD JAMB
SILL
E
353B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
354A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
354B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
311A
SET 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
355A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
311B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
355B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
312A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
356
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
EL
GLAZING
MATL
KEYNOTE KEYNOTE
EL
HEAD JAMB
SILL
MARK
WD x HGT x THK
MATL
KEYNOTE
EL
GLAZING
MATL
KEYNOTE KEYNOTE
EL
HEAD JAMB
SILL
SET 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
357
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
238B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
313
SET 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
358
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
239A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
314
SET 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
359A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
239B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
315
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
359B
316
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
360A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
NOT USED
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
317A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
360B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
241B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
317B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
361A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
242A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
318A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
361B
242B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
318B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
362A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
319
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
362B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
320
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
363A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
363B
NOT USED
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
244B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
321
245
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
322A
45 MIN.
EXISTING
EXISTING FIRE RATED DOOR
& FRAME TO REMAIN
364A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
45 MIN.
EXISTING
EXISTING FIRE RATED DOOR
& FRAME TO REMAIN
364B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
C LABEL
SM
SET 31
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
322B
246B
SM
SET 31
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
323A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
365A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
247
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
323B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
365B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
248A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
324
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
366A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
248B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
325A
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
366B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
249
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
325B
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
367A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
250A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
325C
SM
SET 40
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
367B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
250B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
325D
SM
SET 40
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
368
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
251
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
326
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
369
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
252
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
327
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
370A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
253
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
328
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
370B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
329
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
370C
330
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
370D
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
331
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
371A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
371B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 5
371C
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 3
372A
SET 40 - 2 SETS
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
NOT USED
254
SM
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
SET 33
NOT USED
NOT USED
257A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
332
257B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
333A
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
258A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
333B
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
258B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
334A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
372B
SET 42
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
334B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
373
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
NOT USED
08211C
NL
08800B
1/4"
08110C
FR1
G14
D11
A010
A010
260A
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
335A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
374A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
260B
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
335B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
374B
SET 39
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
260C
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
336A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
375
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
260D
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
336B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
376A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
260E
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
337
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
376B
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
260F
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
338A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
376C
SET 39
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
260G
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
338B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
377
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
260H
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
339
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
378
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
261A
SET 42
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
340
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
379A
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
261B
SET 42
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
341A
379B
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
262
SET 40 - 2 SETS
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
341B
380A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
263A
SET 40 - 2 SETS
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
341C
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
380B
SET 39
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
263B
SET 40 - 2 SETS
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
342
NOT USED
380C
SET 38
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
263C
SET 40 - 2 SETS
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
343A
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
381
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
382
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
383
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
NOT USED
299
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08211F
NL
08800J
1/4"
08110C
FR8
D14
D14
45 MIN.
A010
A010
C LABEL
SET 44
08211F
08211F
NL
NL
08800J
1/4"
08800J
1/4"
08110C
08110C
FR1
FR8
D14
D11
A010
A010
45 MIN.
C LABEL
D14
D14
45 MIN.
A010
A010
C LABEL
SM
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
NOT USED
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
346
EXISTING
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 40 - 2 SETS
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
347
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 43 - 2 SETS
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
348A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 40 - 2 SETS
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
348B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 40
300D
SET 11
345
NOT USED
300C
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 11
SET 44
343B
SM
SET 11
300E
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
349A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
300F
SET 40
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
349B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
301A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
349C
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
301B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
350A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
302A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
350B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
302B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
350C
SET 37
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
303
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
350D
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
351A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
NOT USED
304
MATERIALS KEYNOTES
DIVISION 08
08110C
08211C
08211F
08710
08800B
08800J
1
GENERAL NOTES
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
352
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
REFER TO SHEET A004 FOR DOOR & FRAME ELEVATIONS.
307
SET 34
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
353A
SET 30
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
REFER TO SECTION 08710 FOR HARDWARE SETS.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
K
J
H
G
F
E
14
15
16
K&S Engineering
Clarksville TN
ARCHITECTURE / INTERIOR DESIGN
103 Marion Street Clarksville TN
931.552.6878 vioarc.com
WBW Engineering
Hopkinsville KY
Inman Associates
Nashville TN
RENOVATIONS & ADDITIONS
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
CLARKSVILLE TN
REFER TO SHEET A005 FOR TEMPERED GLASS WALL SYSTEM.
SET 34
5
DBS Engineering
Clarksville TN
REFER TO SHEETS A005 - A007 FOR ALUMINUM ENTRANCES.
306
4
L
GENERAL REVISIONS 14 JUN 2012
CLARKSVILLE
MONTGOMERY COUNTY
SCHOOL SYSTEM
FIELD VERIFY SIZE OF EXIST. OPENINGS TO RECEIVE NEW DOORS
& FRAMES. SIZES ARE TAKEN FROM EXISTING PLANS PROVIDED
BY OWNER & LIMITED SITE OBSERVATIONS.
NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT SHOULD CONDITIONS VARY FROM
THE INFORMATION SHOWN PRIOR TO BEGINNING WORK.
SET 34
3
M
STEEL DOOR FRAMES
S.C. WOOD DOORS - FACTORY FIN.
FIRE RATED WD. DOORS - FACTORY FIN.
REF. SECTION 08710 FOR HARDWARE SETS
TEMPERED GLASS
CLEAR FIRE RATED GLASS
305
2
SET 44
N
D
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
1
351B
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
P
SET 3
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
246A
C LABEL
Q
SET 3
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
SET 30 - 2 SETS
244A
R
SET 3
ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
241A
300B
A
WD x HGT x THK
MATL
KEYNOTE
312B
300A
B
FIRE
RATING
LABEL
NOTES
344
C
FRAME
DETAIL
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
264
D
20
SET 30
259
F
19
18
238A
256
G
17
HARDWARE
SET
NUMBER
MARK
NOT USED
255
H
16
SIZE
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
243
L
FIRE
RATING
LABEL
SET 34
WD x HGT x THK
GLAZING
MATL
KEYNOTE KEYNOTE
15
DOOR
308
MATL
KEYNOTE
14
DOOR AND FRAME SCHEDULE
NOTES
240
M
FRAME
DETAIL
SIZE
NOTES
237
N
13
HARDWARE
SET
NUMBER
MARK
P
DOOR
FIRE
RATING
LABEL
12
DOOR AND FRAME SCHEDULE
HARDWARE
SET
NUMBER
R
Q
FRAME
DETAIL
11
0
5
Project Number 1101 nwhs
Copyright © 2012
17
A003
DOOR SCHEDULE
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
13
15
16
17
389B
SET 44
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
390
SET 40 - 2 SETS
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
391A
SET 32
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
391B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
391C
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
392
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
393A
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
393B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 31
EXISTING SMOKE RATED
DOOR & FRAME TO REMAIN
394B
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
394C
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 31
EXISTING FIRE RATED DOOR
& FRAME TO REMAIN
SET 31
EXISTING FIRE RATED DOOR
& FRAME TO REMAIN
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SET 31
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
395
K
396A
45 MIN.
396B
45 MIN.
C LABEL
C LABEL
397
398A
398B
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4" (PAIR)
08110A
FL
08110C
FR2
399
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
08110A
FL
08110C
FR2
P4
A010
P4
A010
L4
L4
A010
4'-0"
45 MIN.
C LABEL
08800B
1/4"
T
8"
EQ. 2" EQ.
2"
F
EQ.
EQ.
2"
EQ.
2"
2'-0"
2"
ANGLED
F
F
F
F
F
08800J
1/4"
T
T
T
M
SHEET KEYNOTES
FLAT
90 MIN. RATED COILING SERVICE FIRE DOOR W/ POWER
OPERATOR, THERMALY FUSED ACTIVATION AND VISUAL
& AUDIBLE LOWERING WARNING DEVICE.
2
45 MIN. RATED COILING SERVICE FIRE DOOR W/ POWER
OPERATOR, THERMALY FUSED ACTIVATION AND VISUAL
& AUDIBLE LOWERING WARNING DEVICE.
HOLLOW METAL VIEW WINDOWS
3
REF. FLOOR PLAN FOR HAND TYP.
A001
4
FIRE RATED COILING SERVICE FIRE DOOR W/ POWER
OPERATOR, SMOKE ALARM ACTIVATION, AND VISUAL &
AUDIBLE LOWERING WARNING DEVICE.
3'-8"
2"
VW2
VW3
VW3 - PLAN
CASED
OPENING
SET 6
3'-0"
REF.
2" SCHED. 2"
2"
REF.
2" SCHED. 2"
FR1
CO1
REF.
SCHED.
2"
2"
REF.
SCHED.
2"
2"
2"
REF.
REF.
2" SCHED. SCHED. 2"
2"
6'-0"
GENERAL NOTES
FR2
FR3
FR4
FR5
FIELD VERIFY SIZE OF EXIST. OPENINGS TO RECEIVE NEW DOORS
& FRAMES. SIZES ARE TAKEN FROM DRAWINGS PROVIDED BY
OWNER & LIMITED SITE OBSERVATIONS.
FR6
REFER TO SHEET CD02 FOR TEMP. DOORS NOT SHOWN THIS SHT.
A001, A002, A003 & A004
15'-6"
2"
REF.
SCHED.
2"
2"
3'-0"
REFER TO SHEETS A005 - A007 FOR ALUMINUM ENTRANCES.
PROVIDE 3/4" FLOOR CLEARANCE @ INTERIOR UNRATED DOORS
F
F
F
F
PROVIDE 09900B TYP. @ EXTERIOR STEEL DOORS & FRAMES.
PROVIDE 09900F TYP. @ INTERIOR STEEL DOORS & FRAMES.
7'-0"
2"
2"
3'-8"
3'-8"
2"
3'-8"
2"
3'-8"
2"
2"
2"
3'-8"
3'-8"
3'-8"
2"
2"
3'-8"
2"
2'-0"
F
10'-8"
CLARKSVILLE
MONTGOMERY COUNTY
SCHOOL SYSTEM
DBS Engineering
Clarksville TN
4"
T
12'-0"
2"
F
2"
7'-0"
7'-2"
04270F
NOTE 4
2"
2"
2'-0" 4"
2"
2'-0"
2"
EQ.
OH2
T
F
EQ.
OH1
1'-10"
2"
7'-0"
3'-0"
2"
2"
2"
FR11
2'-10"
2"
1
FR12
73G 73H 73M 73N
73I
73L
1 HR. RATED GLASS BLOCK PANELS
A001
A001
A105, A110
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Inman Associates
Nashville TN
CLARKSVILLE TN
080C
HOLLOW METAL FRAME W/ SIDELIGHTS
3
WBW Engineering
Hopkinsville KY
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
OVERHEAD COILING DOORS
2
K&S Engineering
Clarksville TN
ARCHITECTURE / INTERIOR DESIGN
103 Marion Street Clarksville TN
931.552.6878 vioarc.com
RENOVATIONS & ADDITIONS
2"
0
A
GENERAL REVISIONS 14 JUN 2012
6'-4"
EQ.
OPN'G 6'-5"
E
2"
1
T
8" 2'-0"
B
L6
A011
OPN'G 6'-5"
INDICATES CLEAR FIRE RATED GLAZING .
D
9'-4"
7'-4"
L6
A011
F
FR10
10'-0"
08330G
NOTE 2
OPN'G BEYOND
7'-2 1/2"
12'-8"
OPN'G BEYOND
7'-2 1/2"
12'-8"
C
J1
A011
08330G
NOTE 1
INDICATES TEMPERED GLAZING REQUIRED.
REFER TO SECTION 08710 FOR HARDWARE SETS.
A001, A002, A003 & A004
J1
A011
T
HOLLOW METAL FRAMES
CEILING
F
DIMENSIONS SHOWN THIS SHEET ARE NOMINAL.
FR9
FR8
FR7
CEILING
G
REF. FLOOR PLANS FOR HAND OF DOOR ASSEMBLY.
2"
D
2" 1'-4" 2"
4"
7'-0"
2"
F
7'-0"
DOUBLE
EGRESS
8'-0"
REF. SCHEDULE
2"
8" 2"
15'-6"
REF.
SCHED.
H
NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT SHOULD CONDITIONS VARY FROM
THE INFORMATION SHOWN PRIOR TO BEGINNING WORK.
HOLLOW METAL FRAMES
E
K
J
2"
F
L
DOUBLE
EGRESS
H
G
P
10'-6 3/4" R.O.
2"
VW1
2"
EXTERIOR FULL GLOSS ALKYD ENAMEL
INTERIOR FULL GLOSS ALKYD ENAMEL
1
2"
J
DIVISION 09
09900B
09900F
Q
N
6'-4"
2"
SET 15
A010
A102 & A301
7'-0"
SM
A001, A002, A003 & A004
STEEL DOORS
GALV. STEEL DOORS
STEEL DOOR FRAMES
GALV. STEEL DOOR FRAMES
S.C. WOOD DOORS - FACTORY FIN.
FIRE RATED WD. DOORS - FACTORY FIN.
ACCESS DOOR - MASONRY
COILING SERVICE FIRE DOOR
REF. SECTION 08710 FOR HARDWARE SETS
TEMPERED GLASS
CLEAR FIRE RATED GLASS
4"
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
REF. SCHEDULE
SET 30
ACCESS DOORS
2"
389A
DOOR ELEVATIONS
REF. SCHEDULE
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
4"
SET 44
REF. SCHEDULE
388E
24
DIVISION 08
08110A
08110B
08110C
08110D
08211C
08211F
08305A
08330G
08710
08800B
08800J
R
1"
SET 5
2"
A010
20
REF. SCHEDULE
D14
A010
FG
4"
G14
HG
4"
FR1
VL
4"
08110C
08110A
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
NL
FIRE RATED GLASS BLOCK
1"
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
2'-6"
SET 34
FL
DIVISION 04
04270F
2"
388C
08305A
NOTE 03
1'-9 1/2"
SET 31
P15
A011
2'-8 1/2"
R.O.
388B
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
T
P15
A011
3'-0"
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
08305A
NOTE 03
8" 1'-8"
SET 31
1'-8"
10"
388A
T
2"
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
7'-2"
SET 8
394A
L
T
2'-0"
T
5'-0"
A010
SET 7
3'-4"
A010
9" 1'-6"
REF. SCHEDULE
M
L1
387
388D
N
P1
4'-2"
NOT USED
FR1
T
2"
386
08110C
08110A
7'-4"
3'-0" x 7'-0" x 1 3/4"
9" 1'-6"
10"
2"
P
385
9" 6"
3'-0"
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
SILL
1'-10" 8"
SET 44
HEAD JAMB
8"
384B
EL
3'-0"
SET 30
GLAZING
MATL
KEYNOTE KEYNOTE
10"
384A
EXISTING DOOR & FRAME TO
REMAIN
WD x HGT x THK
EL
EQ. 2" EQ. 2" EQ.
NOTES
MATL
KEYNOTE
8"
HARDWARE
SET
NUMBER
MARK
Q
FIRE
RATING
LABEL
3'-0"
SIZE
7'-0"
R
FRAME
DETAIL
20
MATERIALS KEYNOTES
DOOR AND FRAME SCHEDULE
DOOR
19
18
12
13
14
15
5
Project Number 1101 nwhs
Copyright © 2012
16
17
A004
DOOR SCHEDULE
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