Bid Permit Specifi..

Bid Permit Specifi..

McCleary German Architects

Project Manual

General Work

Project Number: 11-603.A

Issue for Bid & Permit: 7-6-12

ARCHITECTURE • PLANNING • INTERIOR DESIGN

MEMBERS AIA 14800 ST. MARY’S LN. • 120 • HOUSTON TEXAS 77079 2946 FAX 713 552 9810 713 552 0707

TABLE OF CONTENTS

DIVISION 00 – PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACTING REQUIREMENTS

00 01 01 LIST OF DRAWING SHEETS

00 11 16 INVITATION TO BID

00 21 13 INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS (ISSUED SEPERATELY)

00 22 13 SUPPLEMENTARY INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

00 25 13 PRE-BID MEETINGS

00 30 00 AVAILABLE INFORMATION

00 31 19 EXISTING CONDITION INFORMATION

00 31 24 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CODE COMPLIANCE REPORT

00 31 43 PERMIT APPLICATION

00 41 00 BID FORMS (ISSUED SEPERATELY)

00 43 13 BID SECURITY FORM

00 43 36 PROPOSED SUBCONTRACTORS FORM

00 43 83 PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE FORM

00 45 13 BIDDER’S QUALIFICATIONS

00 52 00 AGREEMENT FORMS

00 55 00 NOTICE TO PROCEED

00 61 13 PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BOND FORM

00 62 16 CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE FORM

00 62 73 SCHEDULE OF VALUES FORM

00 65 16 CERTIFICATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION

00 65 19 AFFIDAVIT OF PAYMENT OF DEBTS AND CLAIMS FORM

00 65 20 AFFIDAVIT OF RELEASE OF LIENS FORM

00 65 21 FINAL SETTLEMENT CERTIFICATE FORM

00 72 00 GENERAL CONDITIONS

00 73 00 SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE COMPLIANCE REPORT

DIVISION 01 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

01 11 00 SUMMARY OF WORK

01 11 13 WORK COVERED BY CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

01 11 16 WORK BY OWNER

01 14 00 WORK RESTRICTIONS

01 14 19 USE OF SITE

01 20 00 PRICE AND PAYMENT PROCEDURES

01 21 00 ALLOWANCES

01 22 00 UNIT PRICES

01 23 00 ALTERNATES

01 25 00 SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES

01 26 00 CONTRACT MODIFICATION PROCEDURES

01 29 76 PROGRESS PAYMENT PROCEDURES

01 31 00 PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION

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01 32 16 CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS SCHEDULE

01 32 33 PHOTOGRAPHIC DOCUMENTATION

01 33 00 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES

01 33 23 SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA, AND SAMPLES

01 35 13 PHASING OF CONSTRUCTION

01 41 00 REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS

01 45 16 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL PROCEDURES

01 45 23 TESTING AND INSPECTING SERVICES

01 50 00 TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND CONTROLS

01 60 00 PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS

01 71 13 MOBILIZATION

01 73 29 CUTTING AND PATCHING (SELECTIVE DEMOLITION)

01 74 00 CLEANING AND WASTE MANAGEMENT

01 77 00 CLOSEOUT PROCEDURES

01 78 00 CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS

01 78 33 BONDS

01 78 36 WARRANTIES

01 79 00 DEMONSTRATION AND TRAINING

DIVISION 02 – EXISTING CONDITIONS

02 01 00 MAINTENANCE OF EXISTING CONDITIONS

02 40 13 SELECTIVE DEMOLITION

DIVISION 03 - CONCRETE

03 30 00 CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE

DIVISION 04 - MASONRY

NOT USED

DIVISION 05 - METALS

05 10 00 STRUCTURAL METAL FRAMING

05 30 00 METAL DECKING

05 40 00 COLD-FORMED METAL FRAMING

05 50 00 METAL FABRICATIONS

05 51 00 METAL STAIRS

05 52 02 TEMPERED GLASS RAILING ASSEMBLIES

DIVISION 06 – WOOD, PLASTICS, AND COMPOSITES

06 10 00 ROUGH CARPENTRY

06 40 00 ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK

06 42 19 PLASTIC-LAMINATE-FACED WOOD PANELING

06 61 16 QUARTZ SURFACING FABRICATIONS

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DIVISION 07 - THERMAL & MOISTURE PROTECTION

07 21 16 BLANKET INSULATION

07 81 00 APPLIED FIREPROOFING

07 84 00 FIRESTOPPING

07 84 56 FIRE SAFING

07 92 00 JOINT SEALANTS

DIVISION 08 - DOORS & WINDOWS

08 11 16 ALUMINUM DOORS AND FRAMES

08 15 13 LAMINATED PLASTIC DOORS

08 42 27 ALL-GLASS OFFICE ENTRANCES

08 70 00 HARDWARE

08 80 00 GLAZING

DIVISION 09 - FINISHES

09 21 16 GYPSUM BOARD ASSEMBLIES

09 30 00 TILING

09 51 00 ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS

09 51 13 ACOUSTICAL PANEL CEILINGS

09 53 00 ACOUSTICAL CEILING SUSPENSION ASSEMBLIES

09 65 00 RESILIENT FLOORING

09 68 00 CARPETING

09 72 00 WALL COVERINGS

09 90 00 PAINTING AND COATING

DIVISION 10 - SPECIALTIES

10 14 23 PANEL SIGNAGE

10 22 27 FOLDING PANEL PARTITIONS

10 44 00 FIRE PROTECTION SPECIALTIES

DIVISION 11 - EQUIPMENT

11 31 00 APPLIANCES

DIVISION 12 - FURNISHINGS

12 36 00 STONE COUNTERTOPS

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DIVISION 13 - SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION

NOT USED

DIVISION 14 - CONVEYING EQUIPMENT

NOT USED

DIVISION 21 – FIRE SUPRESSION

ISSUED ON MEP DRAWINGS

DIVISION 22 – PLUMBING

ISSUED ON MEP DRAWINGS

DIVISION 23 – HEATING, VENTILATING, AND AIR CONDITIONING

ISSUED ON MEP DRAWINGS

DIVISION 26 – ELECTRICAL

ISSUED ON MEP DRAWINGS

DIVISION 27 - COMMUNICATIONS

NOT USED

DIVISION 28 – ELECTRIC SAFETY AND SECURITY

NOT USED

DIVISION 31 – EARTHWORK

NOT USED

DIVISION 32 – EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENT

NOT USED

DIVISION 33 – UTILITIES MEP ITEMS

NOT USED

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DIVISION ZERO – PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACTING REQUIREMENTS

00 01 01 - LIST OF DRAWING SHEETS

See Sheet G-001 of Construction Drawings.

00 11 16 - INVITATION TO BID

Document 00100, issued separately. The invited bidders are selected by the Owner/Landlord and are the only persons or entities from whom bids will be received.

00 21 13 - INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS (ISSUED SEPERATELY)

AIA Standard Document No A701, "Instructions to Bidders", 1997 Edition, is included by reference into this project manual, to the same extent as if included in its entirety herein.

00 22 13 - SUPPLEMENTARY INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

The following supplements or supersedes portions of A701:

A. Use Bid Form issued separately. (Fax submittal is OK)

B. Include all items listed on Bid Form.

C. Bids shall be signed with name below signature. Corporation shall sign with legal name of corporation, with name of State of Corporation and with legal signature of an officer authorized to bind Corporation to a Contract. If bidder is a partnership, give full names of partners.

D. Bids must be in possession of receiver before stated bid time.

E. Bidders qualification statement (A.I.A. Document A305) will not be required.

F. Bid shall include all permit fees, meter and tap fees including irrigation meter shown on drawings and other fees including sewer, water, and electrical. Owner shall pay impact fees, and development fees. Contractor shall pay all local and State taxes.

00 25 13 - PRE-BID MEETINGS

See Invitation To Bid, issued separately for date and time of meeting, if applicable.

00 30 00 - AVAILABLE INFORMATION

Copies of the Contract Documents are for sale at Contractor’s expense at printer location noted on invitation for Bid Document 00100.

00 31 19 - EXISTING CONDITIONS INFORMATION

Contractor is responsible for reviewing the site and familiarizing himself with the existing conditions. If there is a facility on site, or the project is in an existing facility, the Architect will provide what he has available. This information will be included in the documents or available at the office of the Architect.

It is also imperative that continuous levels of building security be maintained during Project duration, as deemed necessary by Security. General Contractor and Security shall coordinate, in advance and in

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mutually agreeable manner, scheduling and timing of Work on exterior building envelope, demising walls and electrical systems, which may constitute a potential breach of security.

Construction crews shall confine activities to current construction phases and shall not have access to other areas without prior arrangement with and approval of the Branch Manager or designated representative.

Protect “existing facility to remain”, from damage. Contractor shall be responsible for repair in case of damage resulting from construction activities.

Measures shall be taken by General Contractor to minimize duration and extend these conditions.

Measures shall include temporary enclosures, around and boarding of penetrations, until Work is in place and secure.

Security may provide guards or other temporary security measures at Owner/Tenant expense.

General Contractor shall coordinate, in mutually cooperative manner, and in advance, integration of reworked and/or new Security Systems (N.I.C.) with Security Systems Contractor.

Smoking or tobacco use in the building is not allowed at any time.

Unless noted otherwise, moving of furniture, furnishings and equipment other than building services equipment shall be performed by Owner/Tenant, coordinate timing and access with Owner/Tenant representative.

No floor drilling or other excessively noisy activities are permitted during regular business hours in existing facilities with occupancy, unless with prior approval.

Where applicable, obtain a copy of Building Management Construction Rules and Regulations prior to

Bidding, for additional and updated requirements and restrictions. Abide by these rules at all times.

00 31 24 - INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CODE COMPLIANCE REPORT

The International Energy Conservation Code Report is included after Division Zero. If not, contact Architect for availability.

00 31 43 - PERMIT APPLICATION

Shall be obtained and paid for by the Contractor. This includes driveway permits.

00 41 00 - BID FORMS (ISSUED SEPERATELY)

Document 00400, issued separately.

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00 43 13 - BID SECURITY FORM

If a Bid Bond using requirements of AIA Document A310-1970 is required in the Invitations for Bids –

Document 00100, then a certified or cashier’s check, or Bid Bond acceptable to Owner, in the amount of at least five percent (5%) of the largest amount bid must accompany each proposal submitted. Such bid security is to protect Owner against the withdrawal of bids during the sixty-day period following the scheduled date.

For bid opening, and to further protect Owner against the failure, neglect or refusal of any bidder awarded a contract to execute the required contract and furnish the required performance and payment bonds within ten (10) days after notification of the acceptance of his bid.

If any bidder withdraws his bid within such thirty-day period he shall forfeit such bid security to Owner as liquidated damages for such default. If any bidder whose bid is accepted by Owner fails or refuses to enter into the performance and payment bonds within ten (10) days after notice of such acceptance, shall forfeit such bid security to Owner as liquidated damages for such default.

The bid security of all bidders, except the three lowest, shall be returned promptly after the tabulation of bids. All bid security will be returned at such time as the construction contract has been executed by the successful bidder. However, if Owner fails to accept any bid within sixty days after the date scheduled for opening bids, bidder withdraws his bid, his bid security shall also be returned.

00 43 36 - PROPOSED SUBCONTRACTORS FORM

Submit list of sub contractors to Architect with address, phone number and contact, as soon as possible after award of Contract. Include fabricators and suppliers to the list as soon as possible, after selection of

Bidder.

00 43 83 - PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE

Submit a Proposed Construction Schedule indicating start and completion dates

00 45 13 - BIDDER’S QUALIFICATIONS

AIA Standard Form A305 will not be required.

00 52 00 - AGREEMENT FORMS

American Institute of Architects Standard Document A101, 1997 edition will be used as the

Owner/Contractor agreement, and is included by reference into these documents to the extent as if included in its entirety herein.

00 55 00 - NOTICE TO PROCEED

See Invitation for Bids, Document 00100.

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00 61 13 - PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BOND FORM

If noted as required on Invitation for Bids, Document 00100, issued separately, provide the following as required in AIA Document A312-1984:

A. Not later than ten (10) days from and after date on which a Contract between Owner and

Contractor is entered into, Contractor shall execute, as Principal, bonds joined in by a Surety

Company, of the Contractor's choice, on forms satisfactory to Owner, generally referred to as a

"Performance Bond" and a "Labor and Material Payment Bond", each in a penal sum equal to

100% of Contract Sum. Bond form shall be compatible with provisions of governing authorities. Contractor shall file bonds with County Court, and issue a copy of the filing receipt to the Architect and Owner, before construction is started.

B. Bonds shall remain in force for and until one (1) year after final completion and final acceptance by the Owner of the Work.

C. Surety Company executing bonds shall be acceptable to the Owner authorized to do business where the Work is located, and acceptable according to the latest list of companies holding

Certificates of Authority from the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury.

00 62 16 - CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE FORM

Purchase and maintain in force the following kinds of insurance with companies acceptable to the Owner.

Carriers furnishing this insurance shall waive all rights of subrogation against the Owner, its officers, agents, employees, the Architect and the Architect’s officers, agents and employees, and other contractors and subcontractors.

AIA Document G705, “Certificate of Insurance” shall be delivered to the Architect and Owner as a matter of information showing the coverage of the Contractor’s policies. If for any reason the policy expires during construction, send evidence that the policy was renewed or replaced.

The insurance required shall be written for not less than the following limits or those required by law whichever is greater.

CONTRACTOR'S LIABILITY INSURANCE

MINIMUM LIMITS

1. EMPLOYERS INSURANCE: LIMITS OF LIABILITY

A. Workmen's Compensation

B. Employer's Liability:

Bodily injury by accident

Each Occurrence (per person)

Aggregate

By disease (each employee)

By disease (policy limit)

$ 1,000,000.00 or Statutory Limits

$ 1,000,000.00

$ 2,000,000.00

$1,000,000.00

$1,000,000.00

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2. COMPREHENSIVE OR COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY: Include Independent

Contractor's Liability (Occurrence Policy not Claims Made Policy); Contingent Liability; blanket contractual Liability; Elevator Liability; Completed Operations and Products Liability, all on the occurrence basis, with Personal Injury, Advertising injury, Coverage, Owner's Indemnity, and broad form Property Damage without the XCU exclusions. Maintain Completed Operations

Liability for at least one year after the date of final completion.

A. COMBINED LIMITS OF BODILY AND PERSONAL INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE:

BODILY INJURY:

Each occurrence

Aggregate (Policy Year)

Property Damage:

Each occurrence

Aggregate

Each person

B. COMPREHENSIVE AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY:

BODILY DAMAGE:

Each occurrence

PROPERTY DAMAGE:

Each occurrence

$ 1,000,000.00

$ 2,000,000.00

$ 1,000,000.00

$ 2,000,000.00

Include non-ownership and hired car coverage as well as owned vehicles.

$ 250,000.00

$ 500,000.00

$ 500,000.00

ADDITIONAL INSURANCE

3.

BUILDER'S RISK: Provide "All Risk" property insurance including structures and materials to cover Owner, Contractor, and all Subcontractors as “Named Insureds”, with a maximum deductible of $ 1,000.00. The policy shall include coverage for flood and theft.

OWNER'S INSURANCE: Carry and pay for Owner's Protective Liability Insurance in the same amounts as specified above on the Contractor's Commercial General Liability Policy and Auto

Liability Policy. Name the Architect, Engineers, and Consultants as additional insured.

4. COMPREHENSIVE CATASTROPHIC LIABILITY: Excess over the above liability policies in the amount of $1,000,000.00 each occurrence. (Combined Limit).

00 62 73 - SCHEDULE OF VALUES FORM

The American Institute of Architects Standard Form G702-1992 Application and Certificate for Payment, and G703-1992 Continuation Sheet, breaks the contract sum into portions of the work in accordance with the schedule at values. The contractor shall indicate the status of the contract sum to date as noted in the

General Conditions, including work completed and material stored at the site. The Architects certifies by signature when the application is properly completed and acceptable to him.

00 65 16 - CERTIFICATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION

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American Institute of Architects Standard Document G704, Certificate of Substantial Completion (2000), will be executed, in triplicate, by The Owner, Architect and Contractor, each of whom will retain an original.

This document will establish the date of Substantial Completion for the purpose of commencement of applicable warranties and to allow the Owner to occupy or utilize the work or designated portion thereof.

00 65 19 - AFFIDAVIT OF PAYMENT OF DEBTS AND CLAIMS FORM

AIA Document G706-1994, “Contractor’s Affidavit of Payment of Debts and Claims” shall be issued by the

Contractor at the completion of the work as a condition of final payment, verifying that debts and claims have been settled or listed as “Exceptions”.

00 65 20 - AFFIDAVIT OF RELEASE OF LIENS FORM

AIA Document G706A-1994, “Contractor’s Affidavit of Release of Liens” shall be issued by the Contractor at the completion of the work, as a companion of AIA Document G706 to the Architect and Owner.

00 65 21 - FINAL SETTLEMENT CERTIFICATE FORM

If the Contractor is required to furnish Performance and Payment Bonds, then the Surety shall issue AIA

Document G707-1994, “Consent of Surety to Final Payment” form, via the Contractor, to the Architect and

Owner.

The form G707 must have the Surety’s seal and the signature of the Surety’s authorized representative.

00 72 00 - GENERAL CONDITIONS

The General Conditions of the contract for construction, American Institute of Architects Document A201,

2007 edition, hereinafter referred to as the General Conditions, shall be a part of the contract Documents as fully as if bound herein.

00 73 00 - SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS

These Conditions supplement and supersede portions of the "General Conditions of the Contract for

Construction", A.I.A. Document A201, 2007 edition. Paragraph numbers correspond.

ARTICLE 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS

1.1 BASIC DEFINITIONS

1.1.5 THE DRAWINGS:

Abbreviations and technical terms not defined in the Contract Documents shall have the meanings given in the "Construction Glossary" by J. Stewart Stein, AIA, FCSI, John Wiley and Sons, 1980.

Those not specifically defined either place shall have the meanings commonly attributed to them by the particular trade involved.

1.1.6 THE SPECIFICATIONS:

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The written description of the requirements to perform the work. They may be separate or on the

Drawings.

1.1.9 BASE BID: A bid before any Alternates are considered.

1.1.10 ALTERNATE BID:

A variation to the Base Bid to cover a variation in the Contract requirements. If the Alternate bid is accepted by the Owner, the variation is then a part of the Contract and the amount quoted to be added or deducted from the Base Bid is taken into account in determining the Contract Sum.

1.1.11 SUB-SURFACE INVESTIGATION:

The geotechnical investigation for this project is hereby specifically made a part of the contract documents. The Contractor is responsible for obtaining a copy from the Architect for the

Contractors use.

1.1.12 NOT-IN-CONTRACT, N.I.C.:

Work not included in this Contract.

1.1.13 WORKING DAYS:

All calendar days except Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays where the Work is located.

1.2 CORRELATION AND INTENT OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

1.2.4 PRECEDENCE OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS:

The most recently issued Document takes precedence over previous issued forms of the same

Document. the order of precedence is as follows with the highest authority listed first.

1. The Agreement

2. Addenda

3. Supplementary Conditions

4. General Conditions

5. Specifications and Drawings

1.2.5 RELATION OF SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS:

The Drawings and Specifications are correlative and have equal authority and priority. Should they disagree in themselves, or with each other, base the bids on the most expensive combination of quality and quantity of work indicated. The Architect will clarify the project requirements in the event of the above mentioned disagreements.

1. Figures take precedence over scale measurements.

2. Large scale details take precedence over smaller scale details.

3. Architectural Drawings take precedence in regard to dimensions, when in conflict with

Mechanical and Structural Drawings, except for the size of the structural members.

4. Specifically titled Drawings and sections of the Specifications take precedence over indication of the item in a collateral way.

5. Existing conditions take precedence over Drawings and Specifications for dimensions.

1.2.6 OPTIONAL MATERIALS, BRANDS AND PROCESSES:

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1. When more than one option is specified for a particular item of Work, the choice shall be the

Contractor's. The final selection of color and pattern will be made from the range available within the option selected by the contractor, unless the item is specified to match a specific color or sample furnished.

2. Where particular items are specified, only products of those named manufacturers are acceptable, subject to substitutions provisions. Certain specified construction and equipment details may not be regularly included as part of the named manufacturer's standard catalog equipment but shall be provided by the manufacturer as required for the proper functioning of the equipment. Reasonable minor variations in equipment are expected and will be acceptable; however, indicated and specified performance and material requirements are minimum, and will be required in addition to standard accessories.

3. The Architect reserves the right to determine the equality of equipment and materials that deviate from any of the indicated and specified requirements.

4. Absence of objection by the Owner and Architect of materials, products, suppliers, processes or Sub-contractors does not imply a waiver of any Contract requirements.

1.2.7 REFERENCE STANDARDS:

Requirements of public authorities apply as minimum requirements only. They do not supercede more stringent requirements given elsewhere in the Contract Documents. Requirements in effect at time of bidding apply. If changes must be made to the Contract because of public authorities, appropriate adjustments will be made in the Contract Sum.

1.2.8 CURRENT EDITIONS:

When the Work is governed by reference to standards, building codes, manufacturer's instructions or other reference documents, the current edition shall apply whether or not proper edition is specified.

When a newer edition becomes effective during the execution of a contract, the edition which was in effect at the time of signing of the contract shall apply.

ARTICLE 2 - OWNER

2.1.3 DEFINITION:

The presence of the Owner or his representative at the project site does not imply concurrence or approval of the Work. The Contractor shall call specific items to the attention of the Owner or his representative if he wishes an opinion.

2.4.1 OWNER'S RIGHT TO CARRY OUT THE WORK:

The Owner may make emergency repairs to the Work during the guarantee period, to prevent further damages. The Contractor shall pay for such repairs when necessitated by defects in the Contractor's

Work.

ARTICLE 3 - CONTRACTOR

3.14 CUTTING & PATCHING

3.14.3 STRUCTURAL WORK:

Do not cut-and-patch structural work in a manner resulting in a reduction of load-carrying capacity or load/deflection ratio.

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3.14.4 OPERATIONAL/SAFETY LIMITATIONS:

Do not cut-and-patch operational elements and safety components in a manner resulting in decreased performance, shortened useful life, or increased maintenance.

3.14.5 VISUAL/QUALITY LIMITATIONS:

Do not cut-and-patch work exposed to view (exterior and interior) in a manner resulting in a noticeable reduction of visual qualities and similar qualities, as judged by the Architect.

3.14.6 APPROVAL OF CUT AND PATCH:

Submit proposal and request for approval to Architect before proceeding with cut-and-patch work.

Architect's approval to proceed with cutting and patching does not waive the right to later require removal/replacement of work found to be cut-and-patched in an unsatisfactory manner, as judged by the Architect.

3.19.1 ADJACENT PROPERTY

Contractor shall not trespass or use adjacent property without permission from the Owner of that property and shall coordinated the times and uses desired.

3.20.1 CONTRACTOR/SUBCONTRACTOR WARRANTY

Contractor/subcontractor shall warrant installations for a period of one year from the date of final acceptance.

3.20.2 WARRANTY:

Furnish individual written Warranties, where specifically called for, including any extended warranties.

In addition, provide an overall warranty of one (1) year from date of Substantial Completion.

3.20.3 ATTIC STOCK:

Furnish written list of Attic Stock provided to the Owner indicating the amount provided and location stored, signed by the Owner, SubContractor, and Contractor.

3.20.4 PERMITS, FEES, AND NOTICES

The Contractor shall secure and pay for permit fees, all meter and tap fees including irrigation meter where shown on drawings, driveway fees, sewer and water fees, and electrical fees. Owner shall pay impact fee and development fees. Contractor shall pay all Local and State Taxes

3.20.5 CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

The Contractor shall employ a full-time resident Supervisor or Project Superintendent who shall be on the job at all times whenever work is being done by any trades.

3.20.5 The Contractor will prepare CHANGE ORDERS from approved proposal requests or other change directories. The Architect will prepare a change directive, and may authorize minor changes in the

Work as provided in Paragraph 7.4.

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ARTICLE 7 - CHANGES IN THE WORK

7.1.4 IDENTICAL UNITS ADDED AND DEDUCTED:

When this occurs in the same negotiation, the "Change" shall be limited to the net difference resulting, using identical cost figures for both added and deducted work.

7.1.5 RELOCATIONS OF ITEMS not involving changes in costs are not considered as Changes in the work.

7.2 CHANGE ORDERS

7.2.2 A change order shall be prepared by the General Contractor when requested by the Architect to expedite the process.

7.2.3 Adjustments to the Contract Sum shall be marked-up or credited by the General Contractor to cover overhead and profit as follows:

1. Mark-up (add to subcontractor’s cost)

0 through $1,000: $100

Over $1,000: 10% of cost of the work

2. Credits (add to subcontractor’s credit)

0 through $1,000: $100

Over $1,000: 10% of cost of the work

ARTICLE 8 - TIME

8.1.5 DEFINITION:

The work shall be substantially completed within the time frame stated in the Owner-Contractor

Agreement.

8.2.4 Where “Liquidated Damages” are stipulated in the Instructions to Bidders, the Owner will suffer financial loss if Substantially Completion has not been reached on or before the established date.

The Contractor shall be liable for and shall pay to the Owner the sum “Stated in The Instructions to

Bidders” as fixed and agreed liquidated damages for each day of delay until the project is

Substantially Complete.

8.1.1 COMMENCEMENT OF CONSTRUCTION:

Within five (5) calendar days after the date of delivery of the Notice to Proceed, Contractor shall commence performance of the Work, provided the Contract has been signed by the Owner and

Contractor, and appropriate demolition releases, building permits, insurance and bonds for such commencement have been obtained and filed with the appropriate authorities.

8.3 DELAYS AND EXTENSIONS OF TIME

8.3.4 NO EXTENSIONS WILL BE ALLOWED:

1. If at least 7 hours of work time are available out of the working day.

2. For Saturdays, Sundays or Holidays unless the Contract requires overtime work.

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3. For drying of materials when it is reasonably possible for the Contractor to enclose and use drying devices.

EXTENSIONS ARE ALLOWED:

1. Delays in exterior Work caused by inclement weather are allowable for extensions to the

Contract Time, subject to the limitations listed above.

8.3.5 APPROVED EXTENSIONS OF TIME:

Shall be compensated by adding an equal number of Working Days to the Contract Time. Make claim to the Architect for delay, by phone, on the day, which the delay first occurs. Confirm the claim in writing within 15 days after the occurrence.

ARTICLE 9 – PAYMENTS AND COMPLETION

9.8.1 SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION:

Substantial Completion shall include, without limitation, that:

.1 All warranties, workmanship bonds, maintenance service agreements, final certifications, and similar documents are submitted.

.2 All required occupancy permits and similar releases have been issued.

.3 Project Record Documents, Operation and Maintenance manuals, and similar record information has been submitted.

.4 Extra stock and similar items have been delivered.

.5 Startup testing of systems has been completed.

.6 Test/balance reports from independent agents have been submitted.

.7 The Owner has been advised of Change Over information relating to occupancy, including insurance, security, operation and maintenance.

.8 The final cleaning and touch up painting has been completed.

ARTICLE 10 -PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY

10.1.2 No PCB's or asbestos allowed in the work. The architect will not be required to determine whether

PCB's and asbestos are absent.

ARTICLE 11 -INSURANCE AND BONDS

11.1.5 The contractor shall notify the owner of possible damage claims immediately when the Contractor has knowledge of possible claims that might cause a reduction below 75% of the aggregate limits of any policy.

11.4.3 If Performance Bond on labor and material payment bond are accepted as part of the Contract then the contractor shall furnish to Owner performance bond and labor and material payment bond, each equal to the amount of the Contract Sum, with approved surety, covering faithful performance of Contract and payment of obligations incurred in performance of Contract and also for use and benefit of parties who may become entitled to liens under the Contract according to provisions of laws of the State in which the project is located. The form of the bonds shall be acceptable to

Owner.

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1.

2.

The Contractor shall deliver the required bonds to the Owner not later than three days following the date of execution of the Owner-Contractor Agreement, or if the Work is to be commenced prior thereto in response to a letter of intent, the Contractor shall, prior to commencement of the Work, submit evidence satisfactory to the Owner that such bonds will be furnished.

The Contractor shall require the attorney-in-fact who executes the required bonds on behalf of the surety to affix thereto a certified and current copy of the power of attorney.

ARTICLE 12 -UNCOVERING AND CORRECTION OF WORK

12.1.3 LIMITS OF NON-CONFORMING WORK:

When any such work is found, the entire area of work involved shall be corrected unless the

Contractor can completely define the limits. Additional testing, sampling, or inspecting needed to define non-conforming work shall be at the Contractor's expense. He shall employ the Owner's independent testing laboratory, or a mutually satisfactory independent testing laboratory, if such services are required. All corrected work shall be re-tested at the Contractor's expense.

12.3.2 ACCEPTANCE OF NON-CONFORMING WORK:

If the contractor has reason to believe that any selected product or method of construction has disadvantages or inadequacies which may restrict or limit the full satisfactory attainment of the performance standards guaranteed and warranted under this Contract, the Contractor shall notify the

Architect in writing and shall receive the Architect's written approval before proceeding. Unless approved otherwise by the Architect, any additional materials and labor suggested by the Contractor shall be at no additional cost to the Owner or Architect.

ARTICLE 13 -MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

13.3.2 WRITTEN NOTICE:

Should either party to the contract suffer injury or damage to person or property because of an act or omission of the other party or of any of his employees, agents or others for whose act he is legally liable, claim shall be made in writing and delivered by registered or certified mail to such other party within ten days after the first observance of such injury or damage.

ARTICLE 14 –TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION OF THE CONTRACT

14.2.4 TERMINATION BY THE OWNER FOR CAUSE:

If a Performance bond has been furnished when the contractor is declared by the Owner to be in default under the contract, in compliance with Subparagraph 14.2.1, the Surety shall promptly remedy the default by completing the Contract in accordance with its terms and conditions, or by obtaining a bid or bids in accordance with its terms and conditions. Upon determination by the

Owner and the Surety of the lowest responsible bidder, the Surety shall arrange for a contract between such bidder and the Owner, and make available as work progresses (even under the contract or contracts of completion arranged under this Paragraph) sufficient funds to pay the cost of completion less the balance of the contract sum, but not exceeding the Penal Sum of the bond and other costs and damages for which the Surety may be liable under the bond. The phrase

"balance of the Contract Sum" as used herein shall mean the total amount payable by the Owner, to

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the contractor under the contract and amendments thereto, less the amount previously paid by the

Owner to the Contractor.

ARTICLE 15 – CLAIMS AND DISPUTES

15.1.5.3 Extensions of time because of inclement weather will be granted only for the following conditions at the site:

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6.

Precipitations, defined as 0.1 inch or more of rain, snow, or ice, exceeds the mean for that month as published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for the closest reporting station to the project.

Freezing weather, defined as a high daytime temperature of 32 degrees F or below, exceeds the mean for that month as published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric

Administration for the closest reporting station to the Project.

Sustained winds exceed 25 MPH.

Mud.

Standing snow of 1 inch or more.

Claims shall be in whole or half day increments. If both precipitation and freezing weather exceed the norm for any given day, only one day will be counted.

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DIVISION ONE - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

01 11 00 - SUMMARY OF WORK

If not described here, see Sheet G-001 General Information of the Construction Drawings.

01 11 13 - WORK COVERED BY CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

The Drawings show diagrammatically the work to be performed, and are not intended to show every incidental part, fitting and member required for a complete project. These incidental parts, fittings and members shall be required as part of the Contract.

Provide all labor, materials, tools and incidental parts and materials, for a complete, operative, weathertight installation.

The Specifications establish the quality of materials and workmanship to be performed. They are not intended to describe every step or member of the process of construction. Procedures, craftsmanship and materials of high quality shall be employed where not specifically called for in these specifications.

01 11 16 - WORK BY OWNER

Related Work Under Separate Contract - Coinciding with the Work under this Contract, the Owner will provide the designated items under separate Contract (Noted N.I.C. on Plans). The Contractor shall coordinate, and allow access and time for the integration of these items into the project. This includes relocation of existing items as noted on Drawings.

See Sheet G-001 of Construction Documents for listing under related work in other contracts.

Owner Provided Documents - Fifteen sets of drawings and specifications to the Contractor. The Contractor may purchase additional sets desired by the Contractor.

The Owner or his consultant will provide, where applicable:

• Surveys

• Soil Investigation

• Architectural and Interior Design Services

01 14 00 - WORK RESTRICTIONS

The work shall be restricted to designated construction areas. If additional area is needed for staging or storage, verify with the Architect and Owner that it is available prior to Bidding. Also verify that supply routes and removal routes are available as desired.

Demolition and scrap materials shall be disposed of off site, by the Contractor at the proper disposal sites as required by local, state and/or national authorities in accordance with all codes.

Construction parking shall be in designated locations only.

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Do not use building restrooms for tool or equipment cleaning.

Obtain a copy of the Management Construction Rules, if any, prior to bidding for projects in existing facilities or developments.

Comply with all permits, licenses and inspection requirements.

If facility is existing and open during normal business hours, the Contractor shall include cost for phasing and overtime work to avoid loud noises, frames or other unacceptable activities.

01 14 19 - USE OF SITE

The Contractor shall plan construction phasing so as to allow User to operate facility during normal hours of operation or in keeping with Phasing Outline. See drawings for Phasing Requirements. See Section 01 50

00 for use of Existing Facilities.

At all times, the Contractor shall maintain access to and through required exit ways for emergency purposes; access to and from the vault.

The mechanical, electrical and plumbing portions of the Work shall be phased such that during normal working hours the Owner shall not be without services. Coordinate any interruptions in the electrical service, with the Owner one (1) week prior. Maintain phone and data similarly.

01 20 00 - PRICE AND PAYMENT PROCEDURES

Within 10 days after execution of The Contract, submit the anticipated Construction Progress Schedule and Schedule of Values, as basis for computing monthly Payment Application.

Monthly payments will be made based on value of completed work and materials suitably stored at site, less retainage. Submit Request for Payment on AIA Document G703 or acceptable equivalent.

Retainage of 10% of amount due Contractor at each monthly estimate will be withheld by the Owner and not released until acceptance of Substantial Completion and consent of surety, if any. Such payments shall be adjusted as determined by the Architect for incomplete work or work not in accordance with the requirements of the Contract Documents.

01 21 00 - ALLOWANCES

The Contractor shall allow in his bid the sum(s) stated for each Allowance Item, for purchase and installation of stated item/work complete. Figure does not include applicable taxes. Should cost of item/work be less than stated, balance shall revert back to Owner.

List of Allowance: None.

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01 22 00 - UNIT PRICES

Provide unit prices for items listed, for inclusion in Contract, guaranteed to apply for duration of Project as basis for additions to or deductions from Contract Sum. Quantities and measurements indicated are for

Contract purposes only. Actual quantities and measurements supplied or placed in the Work will determine payment. Take measurements and compute quantities.

Payment includes full compensation for all required labor, Products, tools, equipment, plant, transportation, services, and incidentals, and for erection, application, or installation of an item of the Work.

Adjustments to Contract Sum will be made by Change Order based on net cumulative change for each item of the Work.

UNIT PRICE SCHEDULE:

1. Electrical duplex outlet connected to an available circuit, and additional data drops.

01 23 00 - ALTERNATES

Perform work required for complete execution of accepted Alternates. Amount of Alternate price shall include cost of modifications made necessary including overhead and profit.

Work for alternates shall comply with applicable provisions of the Contract Documents, except as otherwise specified herein.

01 25 00 - SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES

General: Definition: Proposal by Contractor to use manufacturer, product, material, or system different from one required in Contract Documents.

It is the intent that the specified products or manufacturers listed in the Specification and on drawings are to be used on this project. They were selected as part of the Design Concept.

Do not substitute Products unless a substitution request has been approved by Architect.

Substitutions during Bidding: Refer to 01 60 00.

Architect will consider substitution requests within 30 days only when there is a reduction in cost proposed to the Owner or it is due to non-availability of a specified product through no fault of the Contractor. Request must be submitted within first 30 days after award of Contract.

In case of non-availability of a specified Product notify Architect in writing as soon as nonavailability becomes apparent.

Substitution Requests:

Submit substitution request in writing.

Document specified product and proposed substitution with complete data, including:

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1. Product identification, including name and address of manufacturer.

2. Product description, performance and test data, and reference standards.

3. Sample, if requested.

4. Description of any anticipated effect that acceptance of proposed substitution will have on

Progress Schedule, construction methods, or other items of Work

5. Description of any differences between specified product and proposed substitution.

Burden of proof for substantiating compliance of proposed substitution with Contract Document requirements remains with Contractor.

A request constitutes a representation that the Contractor:

1. Has investigated the proposed Product and determined that it meets or exceeds the quality level of the specified Product.

2. Will provide the same warranty for the substitution as for the specified Product.

3. Will coordinate installation and make changes to other Work that may be required for the

Work to be complete with no additional cost to Owner.

4. Waives claims for additional costs or time extension that may subsequently become apparent.

5. Will reimburse Owner for design services associated with a re-approval by authorities or revisions to Contract Documents to accommodate the substitution.

Substitutions will not be considered if:

1. They are indicated or implied on Shop Drawings or other submittals without submittal of a substitution request.

2. Approval will require substantial revision of Contract Documents without additional compensation to Architect.

Architect will notify Contractor of approval or rejection of each Substitution Request.

Approved Substitutions will be incorporated into Contract by Change Order or Construction

Change Directive.

01 26 00 - CONTRACT MODIFICATION PROCEDURES

General: Contract modification procedures include:

Request for Information (RFI)

Supplemental Instructions (ASI)

Proposal Requests (PR)

Contractor Proposed Changes (PC)

Construction Change Directives (CCD)

Change Orders (CO)

CHANGE PROCEDURES

Request for Information:

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1. Architect will advise of minor changes in Work not involving an adjustment to Contract

Sum or Contract Time as authorized by the Conditions of the Contract. Use format similar to AIA G716-2004.

2. The RFI is a vehicle used by any of the project team to coordinate information or interpretations of the documents, submittals, schedules, etc.

Proposal Requests:

1. Architect may issue a Proposal Request that includes a detailed description of a proposed change with supplemental or revised Drawings and specifications.

2. Prepare and submit an estimate of any change to Contract Sum or Contract Time.

Include: a. Quantities and unit costs, with total cost or credit to owner. If requested, furnish documentation of quantities. b. Taxes, delivery charges, equipment rentals, and trade discounts as applicable. c. If change in Contract Time is involved, provide updated Progress Schedule.

3. Do not stop work or initiate changes in response to a Proposal Request. If approved, prepare and issue a Change Order.

Contractor Proposed Changes:

1. Contractor may propose a change by submitting request for change to Architect.

2. Describe proposed change, reason for change, its full effect on Work, and any change to

Contract Sum or Contract Time. Include: a. Quantities and unit costs, with total cost or credit to Owner. If requested, furnish documentation of quantities. b. Taxes, delivery charges, equipment rentals, and trade discounts as applicable. c. If change in Contract Time is involved, provide updated Progress Schedule.

3. Document any required substitutions in accordance with Section 01 60 00.

Construction Change Directive:

1. Architect may issue a directive, signed by Owner, instructing Contractor to proceed with a change for subsequent inclusion in a Change Order.

2. Documentation will describe changes in Work and designate method of determining any change to Contract Sum or Contract Time. Promptly execute change.

Change Orders:

1. Format AIA Document G701 – Change Order.

2. Execution: Architect will issue Change Orders for signature of parties as provided in

Conditions of the Contract.

01 29 76 - PROGRESS PAYMENT PROCEDURES

General: Contractor shall submit an Application for Payment based on the Schedule of Values to the

Architect for certification. He then submits it to the Owner for payment. Refer to Section 01 77

00 for Closeout Procedures.

APLICATIONS FOR PAYMENT

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Preparation:

1. Format AIA Document G702-1992 Application and Certification for Payment and G703

Continuation Sheet.

2. Prepare required information in typewritten format or on electronic media printout.

3. Use data from reviewed Schedule of Values. Provide dollar value in each column for each line item representing portion of work performed.

4. List each authorized Change Order as a separate line item, listing Change Order number and dollar value.

5. Prepare Application for Final Payment as specified in Section 01 77 00.

Waivers of Lien:

1. Along with each Application for Payment, submit waivers of lien from Subcontractor and each Sub-subcontractor included on the current month’s Application for Payment.

2. Submit partial waivers on each item for amount requested, prior to deduction of retainage.

3. For complete items, submit full or final waiver.

Substantiating Data:

1. When Contract requires substantiating information, submit data justifying dollar amounts in question.

2. Provide one copy of data with cover letter showing Application number and date, and line item number and description.

Stored Materials:

1. Application for Payment for stored materials must be listed. Off-site storage must be approved by the Owner and should be in a bonded warehouse or secured by the acceptable means.

Submittal:

1. Submit three copies of Application to the Architect. He will certify each and send two copies to the Owner for payment and to the Contractor.

01 31 00 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION

General: This section includes administrative provisions for coordinating construction operations on the project.

Project Coordination:

Coordinate scheduling, submittals, and work of various Sections of specifications to assure efficient and orderly sequence of installation of interdependent construction elements. Verify that utility requirements are compatible with building utilities.

Coordinate space requirements and installation of mechanical and electrical items that are indicated diagrammatically on Drawings. Utilize spaces efficiently to maximize accessibility for

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other installations, for maintenance, and for repairs. Coordinate locations of fixtures and outlets with finish elements. Coordinate completion and clean up of work of separate Sections in preparation for Substantial Completion.

After Owner occupancy, coordinate access to site for correction of defective Work and Work not in accordance with Contract Documents to minimize disruption of Owner’s activities.

Hold coordination meetings with trades providing mechanical, plumbing, fire protection, and electrical work. Resolve conflicts between trades, prepare composite coordination drawings and obtain signatures on original composite coordination drawings. Submit original composite coordination drawings as part of Project Record Documents specified in Section 01 77 00.

Project Meetings:

Schedule and administer preconstruction conference, progress meetings, and pre-installation conferences, when necessary. Record significant proceedings and decisions at each meeting; reproduce and distribute copies to parties in attendance and others affected by proceedings and decisions made.

Preconstruction Conference:

Schedule the preconstruction meeting before construction starts, at project field office.

Attendees shall include Contractor, Owner, Architect, and major subcontractors and suppliers as Contractor deems appropriate.

Review and discuss coordination of various parties, and responsible personnel, use of premises, temporary controls, security procedures, construction schedule, critical work sequencing, procedures for maintaining contract closeout submittals, and installation and removal of temporary facilities.

Progress Meetings:

Schedule progress meetings, usually monthly, at project field office.

Review and discuss work progress and status of RFI, submittals, rain delays, and contract modifications.

01 32 16 - CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS SCHEDULE

Contractor to provide a sequence of construction by activity, dates for start and completion of each element of construction, Substantial Completion and Final Completion dates. Prepare a horizontal bar chart showing each operation or trade. Submit to Owner and Architect for review at or before the preconstruction meeting.

01 32 33 - PHOTOGRAPHIC DOCUMENTATION

Contractor to provide weekly construction photographs to the Owner and Architect. The preferred method is digital with transmission via email, but traditional 4 x 6 prints are acceptable.

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Take photographs (5 minimum) from directions indicated by the Architect. Identify photographs with date, time, orientation and project identification.

01 33 00 - SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES

Submittals are for coordination quality assurance and related activities, not for substitution. For product substitution procedures refer to Section 01 60 00. The Contractor shall coordinate submittals, track the process, and maintain approved submittals at the site. He shall also verify field compliance.

As soon as possible after execution of Contract and before commencing work, the Contractor shall furnish

Shop Drawings, Product Data, and Samples for the items listed. Submittals shall be reviewed and checked by Contractor for content, and shall bear his stamp of approval prior to submittal. By approving and submitting Shop Drawings, Product Data, Samples and similar submittals, the Contractor represents that he has determined and verified materials, field measurements and field construction criteria related thereto, or will do so, and has checked and coordinated the information contained within such submittals with the requirements of the Work and of the Contract Documents.

Shop Drawings shall convey sizes and gauges of members, methods of anchorage, quantities and locations, and other pertinent information, to scale. Include field verified dimensions. Submit one and two print copies. The reproducible will be returned to the contractor for copies. The Architect and/or Engineer will retain the print copies.

Product Data shall consist of brochures and drawings, marked up as to specific products submitted, and coordinated to Construction Drawings. Include electrical and mechanical requirements, finishes, options included. Submit three copies. One copy will be returned to the Contractor for copying and the Architect and/or Engineer will retain the other two.

Samples. Submit specified color/finish or if none has been noted then submit for color selections from specified product range. Usually one item of each will be sufficient, but the Architect may request additional or larger samples.

No portion of work requiring a submittal shall commence until the submittal has been reviewed and checked with final "reviewed", "exceptions noted" or "revise or resubmit".

Submittals containing excessive errors, incomplete or not containing the Contractor’s review stamp will be returned unchecked and any delay caused thereby shall be responsibility of Contractor.

Submittals will be reviewed and returned to Contractor with reasonable promptness, but only for conformance with design concept of project, and information provided in Contract Documents. Review of separate items does not indicate review of assembly in which item functions. Review of submittals does not relieve Contractor of responsibility for deviations from requirements of Contract Documents nor for errors or emissions in submittals.

Submittals not accepted as submitted will be returned to Contractor for action as noted. Resubmit until there are "no exceptions" or "correct as noted".

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Where Contract Documents require product to be in accordance with Federal Specification, ASTM designation, ANSI Specification, UL Rating, or other association standard, submit manufacturer issued affidavit certifying compliance.

01 33 23 - SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA, AND SAMPLES

The Construction Documents clearly describe the design intent for materials and dimensions. Therefore, our requirements for submittal of shop drawings, samples and manufacturer’s literature are streamlined as follows. The contractor shall submit a list of submittal items at the pre construction meeting that he will be providing for review by the Architect. Use these guidelines:

1.

Do not submit shop drawings or samples for items to be provided as specified, except as noted below. Submit structural and MEP shop drawings directly to the appropriate

Engineer.

2. Always submit shop drawings and/or samples for the following (G.C. carefully review for dimensions and accuracy):

Millwork

Custom wood doors or windows

Door hardware schedule including thresholds

E.I.F.S. and plaster for color and texture

Wood veneer finish

Natural or precast stone

Storefront systems

Canvas awning framing

Gypsum board texture

Custom ornamental metals

Toilet partition plan (accessible dimensions)

Roofing system and flashing

Finish Materials

Steel stairs

Structural

Mechanical

Electrical

Plumbing

Other required by Engineers

Do submit drawings if called for in the plans, such as:

Fire sprinkler layout

Mechanical duct work / AC equipment

1. Do submit drawings, specifications, samples, manufacturer’s literature, etc. for any items which required clarification or verification. Examples would be an item described by a manufacturer number that is no longer current.

2. Only submit 3 copies of 8½ x 11 format submittals or for large drawings 3 prints (2 to be retained by A&E), U.N.O. Producing multiple copies of submittals is the responsibility of the Contractor.

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NOTE: See Specs Section 01 60 00 for substitution requirements.

SUBMITTAL SCHEDULE

SC = Submit document or copy to Architect and/or owner

SD = Shop Drawings

PD = Product Data

SA = Samples

MI = Manufacturer’s Instructions

MC = Manufacturer’s Certificate

WR = Extended Warranty or Maintenance

ES = Extra Stock

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00 43 36

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04 21 13

04 30 33

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04 43 01

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05 30 00

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05 75 00

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Building Permit…………………………………..

Subcontractor Listing…………………………….

Construction Schedule…………………………..

Performance and Payment Bond………………...

Certificate of Insurance………………………….

Contractor’s Affidavit of Payment………………

Contractor’s Affidavit of Release of Liens……...

Certificate of Final Settlement…………………….

Closeout Documents……………………….

Post Construction Survey……………………….

Earthwork……………………………………….

Rough & Finished Grading……………………..

Termite Control ………………………………

Soil Stabilization………………………………..

Asphalt Paving…………………………………..

Imprinted Concrete……………………………...

Colored Concrete Paving (Integral)……………..

Colored Concrete Paving (Dry-Shake)………….

Interlocking Pavers……………………………...

Cast-In Place Concrete………………………….

Brick Masonry…………………………………..

Slate……………………………………………...

Manufactured Stone Veneer……………………..

Limestone………………………………………..

Cast Stone………………………………………..

Structural and Miscellaneous Steel…………………

Steel Joists…………………………………………….

Metal Decking…………………………………………

Cold Formed Metal Framing…………………………

Metal Fabrications…………………………………….

Metal Stairs and Ladders…………………………….

Architectural Metal Column Covers…………………

Railings and Handrails………………………….……

Ornamental Formed Metal…………………………..

SC

SC

SC

File, SC

SC

SC

SC

SC

SC

SC

Test Reports

Test Reports

PD, MI, WR

Mix Design, Test Reports

Mix Design

SA (Field)

SA (Field)

SA (Field), MI

PD, SA (Field)

Mix Design, Test Reports

SA (Field), PD

SA, PD

SA (Field),MI,WR

SA (Field), PD

SD, SA

SD

SD

SD

SD

SD

SD

SD,PD,MI

SD

SD

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08 80 00

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Architectural Woodwork……………………………...

Wood Columns………………………………………..

Fiberglass Columns…………………………….…….

Solid Surfacing Fabrications…………………………

Exterior Insulating Finish System (EIFS)…………..

Asphalt Shingle Roof System……………………….

Roof Tile System……………………………………..

Pre finished Metal Canopy Roof System…………..

Metal Fascia System…………………………………

Built-Up Asphalt Roof System……………………….

Modified Bituminous Roof System………………….

Single Ply Membrane Roof System………………...

Metal Standing Seam Roof System……………..….

Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim……………………..

Roof Access Hatch…………………………………...

Applied Fireproofing………………………….………

SD

SD, MI

SD, MI

WR

MC, SD, PD, SA, WR

SA, WR

SA, MI, WR

SD, WR

MI, WR

PD, MI, WR

PD, MI, WR

PD, WR

SA, MI,WR

SD, SA

WR

MI, MC

Hollow Metal Doors and Frames……………………

Aluminum Interior Frames…………………………...

Exterior Wood Doors………………………….……...

Interior Wood Doors………………………………….

Plastic Laminated Clad Doors……………………….

Sliding Glass Front Doors……………………………

Upward Acting Coiling Doors………………………..

Upward Acting Coiling Doors (Electric)…………….

SD

SD, SA

SD

SD

SD, WR

SD, SA

PD, SA

SD

Rolling Counter Door………………………….……...

Roll-Up Security Grille………………………………..

PD, SA

PD, MI

Sound Rated Doors………………………………….. SD

Storefront/Curtain Wall and Entrances…………… SD, SA, Water Test Report

All Glass Entrance……………………………………

Aluminum Windows…………………………………..

Wood Windows……………………………………….

Finish Hardware………………………………………

Access Control System………………………………

Cabinet Hardware…………………………………….

Glass and Glazing……………………………………

Aluminum Louvers……………………………………

SD, SA

SD

SD

SD, PD, SA, WR

SD, MI

PD

PD, WR

SD, WR

Gypsum Board System………………………………

Lath and Plaster………………………………………

PD

PD

Ceramic Tile………………………………………….. PD, MI, SA

Wall Tile or Stone Veneer & Stone Installation System…PD, SA

Ceiling Suspension System & Acoustical Treatment… PD

Linear Metal Ceilings………………………….……..

Specialty Ceiling……………………………….……..

Metal Panel Ceiling System…………………………

Paver and Stone Flooring……………………………

Wood Flooring………………………………………...

Resilient Flooring and Base…………………………

PD, SA

PD

PD, SA

PD, MI, SA, WR

PD, SA

PD, SA, ES

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09 69 00

09 72 00

09 84 00

09 90 00

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10 22 27

10 28 13

10 44 00

10 51 00

10 73 13

10 73 16

10 75 00

11 15 00

Carpeting……………………………………….……..

Access Flooring……………………………………….

Wall covering…………………………………………..

Acoustical and Vibration Control……………………

Painting………………………………………………..

Identifying Devices……………………………………

Queue Line Guidance System………………….…...

Folding Partition……………………………….……...

Operable Partitions…………………………………...

Restroom Accessories……………………………….

Fire Protection Equipment…………………………...

Lockers………………………………………………...

Exterior Sun Control Devices – Awnings…………..

Pre-Engineered Steel Canopies…………………….

Aluminum Flagpoles………………………………….

Security Equipment…………………………………..

11 31 00

11 33 00

11 52 13

12 21 13

12 36 00

12 36 00

12 48 13

14 10 00

Appliances…………………………………………….

Disappearing Stair……………………………………

Projection Screen…………………………………….

Mini-Blinds…………………………………………….

Marble and Granite Tops…………………………….

Stone Tops…………………………………………….

Recessed Entrance Mat……………………………..

Electric Dumbwaiter………………………………….

14 21 23

14 24 13

14 24 23

14 24 24

Electric traction Elevators……………………………

Hydraulic Freight Elevators………………………….

Hydraulic Elevator……………………………………

Holeless Hydraulic Elevator…………………………

MECHANICAL REFER TO SECTION 15 00 00 SERIES

ELECTRICAL REFER TO SECTION 16 00 00 SERIES

PD, SD, SA, ES

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PD, SA, ES

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PD, SA, ES

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SD, WR

PD, WR

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01 35 13 - PHASING OF CONSTRUCTION

See 01520 for use of Existing Facilities. See Drawings for Phasing Requirements. The Contractor shall plan construction phasing so as to allow User to operate facility during normal hours of operation or in keeping with Phasing Outline.

At all times, the Contractor shall maintain access to and through required exit ways for emergency purposes; access to and from the vault.

The mechanical, electrical and plumbing portions of the Work shall be phased such that during normal working hours the Owner shall not be without services. Coordinate any interruptions in the electrical service, with the Owner one (1) week prior. Maintain phone and data similarly.

01 41 00 - REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS

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City, County, State and National Codes and Regulations apply as minimum requirements to the documents except where more stringent requirements are indicated. All references to codes, specifications, and standards referred to in the Specification Sections and on the Drawings, shall mean, and are intended to be, the latest edition, amendment and/or revision of such references in effect as of the date of these

Contract Documents.

If the Contractor performs Work knowing it to be contrary to laws, statutes, ordinances, building codes, and rules and regulations without such notice to Architect and Owner, the Contractor shall assume appropriate responsibility for such Work and shall bear the costs attributable to correction.

01 45 16 - FIELD QUALITY CONTROL PROCEDURES

Before ordering any materials or doing any work, each Contractor shall verify all measurements at the building, and shall be responsible for correctness of same. No extra charge on account of differences between actual dimensions and the measurements indicated on the drawings. Any differences that may be found shall be submitted to the Architect for consideration before proceeding with the work.

Exercise proper precaution to verify figures shown on drawings before laying out work.

Verify and Coordinate Equipment sizes, number, roof openings, locations, bases, foundations, anchor bolts, utility connections and other equipment accommodations. Sizes and locations shown on the

Drawings are approximate.

Notify the following A/E team member for visual site inspection based on the following schedule. o Prior to pouring concrete for the floor slab - Structural. o When building framing is complete, prior to cover up – Structural. o When interior partitions are one sided and electrical/data outlets are roughed in – Architectural. o When building dried in, mechanical units are operational and majority of ductwork are in place, but before ceiling tile installed – Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing. o Thirty days prior to completion – Architectural. o At Substantial Completion (review contractor’s punch list) – Architectural and MEP punch.

Note that larger, two story project require review by Structural at 80% framing completion.

01 45 23 - TESTING AND INSPECTING SERVICES

An independent testing laboratory will be selected from the list below by Contractor to inspect and test materials and methods of construction for compliance with requirements of Contract Documents, and to perform other such specialized technical services as may be required. The Contractor pays for all testing.

Other independent testing laboratories will be reviewed for acceptance by Architect if submitted prior to bid due date.

Labs

Associated Testing Labs, Inc.

3143 Yellowstone

Houston, Texas 77054

Southwestern Laboratories, Inc.

222 Cavalcade

Houston, Texas 77009

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713-748-3717 713-692-9151

Professional Service Industries, Inc. Reed Engineering Group

1714 Memorial Drive

Houston, Texas 77007

713-224-2047

2424 Stutz, Ste. 400

Dallas, Texas 75235

214-350-0019

Testing laboratory shall be independent and meet requirements of ASTM E329 "Standards of

Recommended Practice for Inspection and Testing Agencies for Concrete and Steel as used in

Construction."

When it appears material furnished or Work performed by the Contractor fails to meet or exceed

Specifications, all designated parties shall be notified promptly.

Copies of laboratory tests and inspection shall be distributed to the Contractor, Architect, Structural and

Civil Engineers, and other parties so designated.

EXTENT OF SERVICES:

All work mentioned herein may not be required for this project. Refer to the Contract Documents for applicability and extent. The Owner reserves the right to perform tests in addition to the ones mentioned.

Testing laboratory shall perform the following tests as a minimum when the noted material is part of The

Work.

SOIL TESTING: A minimum of one test for the building pad and one for the paving area. Provide a minimum of one test per 500 square yards of fill and for each lift. Testing lab to verify the compliance with soils report requirements, and Contract Documents specifications.

CONCRETE TESTING: The testing lab will review all concrete mix requirements of both structural

(foundation) and civil (paving) Engineers, and will be present at the job site during placement.

One set of three cylinders will be taken every 50 cubic yards of concrete and at least one set per visit.

Provide compression tests at 7 and 28 days. Slump testing shall be performed for each concrete truck. At the Architect's direction, the testing lab will visit the batch plant prior to concrete delivery to verify the use of correct weights and measures of materials. Only Technicians from the testing lab may authorize the addition of water to the concrete mix. The testing lab shall check delivery tickets for every concrete truck to verify concrete age and to ensure proper mix design.

The testing laboratory shall verify and provide reports certifying the following:

- Concrete plant batch tickets for each truck verify that the concrete matches the approved design mix.

- Concrete slump is in accordance with approved design mix.

- Concrete placement operations are in accordance with ACI Specifications.

- Control joints are installed within the ACI time allowance.

- Proper curing methods are being utilized.

FOOTINGS/PIERS/TESTING: The lab will visually inspect the bearing areas of footings/piers for proper size, subgrade preparation and conformance to the Soils Report before concrete is poured. They will also visually inspect the steel reinforcing bars for proper size and conformity to the structural details.

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COMPLIANCE TESTING: The lab will perform testing required by governing authorities having jurisdiction.

Compliance testing shall include but not be limited to mortar strength, and tests of Class "A" steel connections.

STRUCTURAL STEEL TESTING:

Perform visual inspection of bolted connections for compliance. Perform ultrasonic inspection of 25% of all full penetration welded connections. If inspected welds do not meet specifications, then additional testing is required. Refer to FOOTINGS/PIERS for rebar inspection requirements.

01 50 00 - TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND CONTROLS

FIELD OFFICE: Provide and maintain a weather tight building with lockable door and windows, to serve as job office available to the Contractor, subcontractors, and the Architect. Provide lights, air conditioning, and heat as required. Provide a drawing layout table and storage for samples and shop drawings on site.

Maintain a working telephone and fax machine.

STORAGE FACILITIES:

• Provide and maintain adequate weather tight storage facilities, raised 6 inches minimum above the ground, with sides and top enclosed, and lockable doors.

• Replace materials improperly stored and damaged by normal or predicted weather conditions.

Remove storage facilities when materials are stored within the structure in a weather tight condition.

WATCHMEN: Determine if and when watchmen are necessary for protection to the Work, and provide such services when necessary. Neither the provision of watchmen nor the failure to provide watchmen shall relieve the Contractor of responsibility in event of injury to persons or damage to property.

USE OF EXISTING FACILITY: In certain cases, the Contractor shall be permitted to use an Owner designated portion of existing facilities as a field office where applicable. To the extent available the

Contractor shall be permitted to use Owner designated toilet facilities, telephone, electrical power, lighting, and construction water. Verify with Owner/Tenant Representative. Install dust control partitions

(Temporary stud/gypsum board wall or plastic sheet) or other measures as required to avoid dust infiltration into areas outside construction area (s). Control smoke alarms and return air grilles from effects of excessive dust.

PROTECTION OF WORK: During the process of construction, work shall be properly braced, secured or otherwise protected against the perils of wind, storms, and accidental dislodgement when the work is not in progress. Schedule work to minimize the possibility of damage of finished surfaces. Finishes shall be taped, masked, or otherwise protected in a suitable manner that will insure against damage by the installation of other work.

PARKING: Limit construction parking to area designated on Plans or as directed by Owner/Tenant

Representatives.

01 60 00 - PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS

PRODUCT APPROVAL STANDARDS:

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Reference in the Specifications to any article, device, system product, etc., by name, make or catalog number shall be interpreted as establishing a standard of quality, unless specifically stated otherwise.

SUBSTITUTION PRIOR TO BID DATE:

Must be submitted to Architect no later than seven (7) working days prior to bid date, only by the prime bidder, complying with substitution requirements. See Section 01 25 00 for substitution procedures.

Substitutions, if approved, will be included in written Addendum.

SUBSTITUTIONS AFTER CONTRACT AWARD:

Will only be considered in case of product unavailability or other conditions beyond the control of

Contractor, and only if proof is submitted that a firm order was placed within seven (7) days after Architect review of specified item submittal.

SUBSTITUTION SUBMITTAL PROCEDURE:

It is the intent that specified products or manufacturers listed in Specifications and on Drawings are to be used on this Project. They were selected as part of the design concept. See Section 01 25 00 for substitution procedures.

Architect will analyze only proposed substitutions that will benefit the Owner by significantly lower cost or improved quality.

If any substitution will affect a correlated function, adjacent construction, or work of other trades or

Contractors, the necessary changes and modifications to the affected work shall be considered an essential part of the proposed substitution, to be accomplished by the Contractor without additional expense to the Owner if and when accepted.

Substitution request shall include complete submittal data, substantiating compliance of proposed substitution with Contract requirements. List similar projects using product, dates of installation, and names of Architect and Owner.

Give cost data comparing proposed substitution with specified product, and amount of net cost reduction.

Architect will determine acceptability of substitution.

Permission to make any substitution shall not relieve Contractor, Sub-Contractor, Manufacturer, Fabricator or Supplier from responsibility for any deficiency that may exist in the substituted product or for any departures.

01 71 13 - MOBILIZATION

General: Confine construction operations, materials and equipment storage to limits and portions of the existing facility as noted on Drawings and as directed by the Architect, or Owner/Tenant.

01 73 29 - CUTTING AND PATCHING (SELECTIVE DEMOLITION)

Determine extent of Work by inspection of the site and/or building, in addition to information in Contract

Documents.

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Prior to any demolition or renovation work, verify from the owner that an environmental assessment/asbestos survey has been completed and that notification has been given to the Texas

Department of Health. If hazardous waste was found, verify that it was properly abated according to the survey recommendations. The demolition/renovation notification form No. APB #5, must be filed with the

T.D.H. ten days prior to any demolition work. For information on the form call 800-572-5548.

Obtain and pay for permits required.

Coordinate and arrange with utility and phone companies for removal of their equipment and capping of pipes and wiring as required.

Material designated for removal shall become property of Contractor unless noted otherwise.

Do not use explosives or fires.

Restrain dust. Remove debris as it is produced. Temporarily store in Contractor provided dumpster.

Remove from site by legal disposal.

Salvage items as noted on drawings for reinstallation as indicated, or for removal from site by Owner.

Temporarily store so as to avoid deterioration.

Protect existing work to remain from damage by use of barriers, fencing, coverings, weatherproofing and other protection. Shore against collapse.

Do necessary cutting, fitting and patching where work connects to an “existing to remain” item.

01 74 00 - CLEANING AND WASTE MANAGEMENT

Unless the Contractor notifies his subcontractors otherwise in advance, each subcontractor is responsible for cleaning of his own work. Cleaning includes removal of trash and debris from the work area and Site at least once a week. Contractor shall provide his own trash receptacle(s).

Contractor shall not use Owner's trash disposal facilities.

Final Cleaning: Employ experienced workers or professional cleaners for final cleaning. Clean each surface or unit to condition expected in an average commercial building cleaning and maintenance program. Comply with manufacturers written instructions.

CLEANING OPERATIONS:

Complete the following cleaning operations before requesting inspection for certification of Final

Acceptance for entire Project or for a portion of Project: a. Clean Project site, yard, and grounds, in areas disturbed by construction activities, including landscape development areas, of rubbish, waste material, litter, and other foreign substances.

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b. Sweep paved areas broom clean. Remove petrochemical spills, stains, and other foreign substances. Power wash paving no more than 5 days before the substantial completion exchange. c. Rake grounds that are neither planted nor paved to a smooth, even-textured surface. d. Remove tools, construction equipment, machinery, and surplus material from Project site. e. Remove snow and ice to provide safe access to building. f. Clean exposed exterior and interior hard-surfaced finishes to a dirt-free condition, free of stains, films, and similar foreign substances. Avoid disturbing natural weathering of exterior surfaces. Restore reflective surfaces to their original condition. g. Remove debris and surface dust from limited access spaces, including roofs, plenums, shafts, trenches, equipment vaults, manholes, attics, and similar spaces. h. Sweep concrete floors broom clean in unoccupied spaces. i. Vacuum carpet and similar soft surfaces, removing debris and excess nap; shampoo if visible soil or stains remain. j. Clean transparent materials, including mirrors and glass in doors and windows. Remove glazing compounds and other noticeable, vision-obscuring materials. Replace chipped or broken glass and other damaged transparent materials. Polish mirrors and glass, taking care not to scratch surfaces. k. Remove labels that are not permanent. l. Touch up and otherwise repair and restore marred, exposed finishes and surfaces.

Replace finishes and surfaces that cannot be satisfactorily repaired or restored or that already shows evidence of repair or restoration. m. Do not paint over “UL” and similar labels, including mechanical and electrical nameplates. n. Wipe surfaces of mechanical and electrical equipment, and similar equipment. Remove excess lubrication, paint and mortar droppings, and other foreign substances. o. Replace parts subject to unusual operating conditions. p. Clean plumbing fixtures to a sanitary condition, free of stains, including stains resulting from water exposure. q. Replace disposable air filters and clean permanent air filters. Clean exposed surfaces of diffusers, registers, and grills. r. Clean ducts, blowers, and coils if units were operated without filters during construction. s. Clean light fixtures, lamps, globes, and reflectors to function with full efficiency. Replace

Pest Control: burned-out bulbs, and those noticeably dimmed by hours of use, and defective and noisy starters in fluorescent and mercury vapor fixtures to comply with requirements for new fixtures. t. Leave Project clean and ready for occupancy.

Engage an experienced, licensed exterminator to make a final inspection and rid Project of rodents, insects, and other pests. Prepare a report.

Safety:

Comply with safety standards for cleaning. Do not burn waste materials. Do not bury debris or excess materials on Owner’s property. Do not discharge volatile, harmful, or dangerous materials on Owner’s

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property. Do not discharge volatile, harmful, or dangerous materials into drainage systems. Remove waste materials from Project site and dispose of lawfully.

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Use of elevator in existing building allowed with prior approval of Building Management/Owner only, outside regular business hours. Use protective pads.

01 77 00 - CLOSEOUT PROCEDURES

SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION

A. When project, or specified area of the project, is sufficiently complete as defined in General

Conditions, sub-paragraph 9.8.1, the Contractor shall prepare and submit to the Architect, a

written list of items (“Punch List”) to be completed or corrected, prior to final payment.

The Contractor is responsible for preparing the initial “Punch list” and adding the items discovered during the review by the Owner, Architect and Contractor. The list shall then be typed and attached to all three Substantial Completion Forms.

B. The Architect along with the Owner will make an inspection to determine the status of completion, and verify or supplement the Contractors list of items requiring completion or correction.

C. If the Architect should not concur in the Contractor's claim of Substantial Completion, he will notify Contractor, who shall send a second notice when deficiencies are corrected.

D. When the Architect, on the basis of an inspection, determines that the work is substantially complete, he will prepare a Certificate of Substantial Completion, A.I.A. Document G704-

2000. This will establish the Date of Substantial Completion and the responsibilities of the

Owner and the Contractor for security, maintenance, heat, utilities, damage to the work and insurance. The Owner, Contractor, and Architect shall sign the Certificate of Substantial

Completion, along with the “Punch List”, for their written acceptance of the responsibilities assigned to them in such Certificate. All warranties required by the documents shall commence on the date of Substantial Completion.

E. The Owner may occupy the project or specified area of the project, as stipulated in A.I.A.

Document G704, and the Contractor shall complete listed items of work within the time stipulated.

F. Correct items on Deficiencies List (Punch List) within thirty (30) days from The Substantial

Completion date. After this date, Owner reserves right to engage others to finish the work and deduct cost of finishing from money previously withheld.

G. The Owner shall not be required to accept: (Unless specifically agreed)

2.

• Partial Substantial Completion

• Substantial Completion ahead of the date established in the Owner-Contractor Agreement

FINAL SUBMITTALS

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A. At Substantial Completion, deliver to Architect written guarantees, warranties, certificates of inspections, bonds, and service agreements as required by the Specifications, for his review and delivery to Owner.

B. Deliver to the Architect specified Record Documents (As built drawings) (see 01 78 00).

C. Deliver to the Owner all required extra stock items and a list of such items showing quantity provided.

D. Deliver to Architect an Operation and Maintenance binder in 8 1/2 x 11 format. This should encompass operating, servicing, maintenance, cleaning instructions for all work; parts list, wiring diagrams, special tools for mechanical and electrical work. Include start up testing reports such as the air balancing report. Include in the close out binder, one or more documents signed by the Owner confirming receipt of the required extra stock items. (See paragraph C.) The document(s) should indicate specific extra stock items and quantities provided.

E. Instruct Owner's Representative in the operation of mechanical, electrical, other systems

(Section 01 79 00).

F. Deliver all keys at one time to Owner with keying schedule. Advise Owner of other change over information.

G. The Contractor shall secure all certificates of inspection necessary to indicate completion of the work, which may be required by authorities having jurisdiction over the work. The

Contractor shall obtain the occupancy permit. These shall be delivered to the Owner upon

Substantial Completion of work.

3. PAYMENT

Upon written acceptance of the Certificate of Substantial Completion by the Architect, Contractor and

4.

Owner, and consent of surety, if any, the Owner shall make payment of retainage applying to the Work or designated portion there of. Such payment shall be adjusted as determined by the Architect, for Work that is incomplete or not in accordance with the Contract Documents, and to insure timely delivery of Final

Submittals to Architect.

FINAL INSPECTION/FINAL COMPLETION

A. Notify Architect in writing when Punch List and entire Project is finally complete and all requirements have been met. After request for inspection and upon receipt of Final

Application for Payment Form, the Architect will make Final Inspection, normally within one week.

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B. If the Final Inspection reveals that the Contractor failed to complete or correct all items on the Punch List, the cost of additional Architect inspections(s) shall be borne by the

Contractor if such inspections(s) require special trips to the site.

C. If the Final Inspection reveals that the Contract is fully performed (Final Completion), the

Architect will issue a final Certificate for Payment, for the entire balance. If applicable, account for liquidated damages.

FINAL PAYMENT

Neither final payment nor remaining retainage shall be due until the Contractor submits to the Architect the following items per A201-2007:

1. Affidavit that all indebtedness has been paid:

Contractor's Affidavit of Payment of Debts and Claims, A.I.A. Document G706.

Contractor's Affidavit of Release of Liens, A.I.A. Document G706A.

Consent of Surety to Final Payment, A.I.A. Document G707 (only if Project is bonded).

2. Certificate evidencing the insurance is remaining in force until after final payment and 30 days written notice has been given to the Owner. A written statement that the insurance will be renewable per the Contract Documents, consent of surety, if any, or by the Owner.

3.

4.

5.

A written statement that there is no reason the insurance will not be removable.

Consent of surety, if any, to final payment.

If required by the Contract, releases and waivers of liens, claims, etc. Note that if a Subcontractor refuses to furnish a release or waiver, the Contractor may furnish a bond satisfactory to the Owner to identify the Owner against such lien.

Owner payment is due thirty (30) days after the Architect’s final inspection and approval of final Application for Payment.

01 78 00 - CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS

Closeout Submittals include the following but Contractor is responsible for all submittals required as specified:

Occupancy permit

Record “As built” Drawings

Post construction “as built” Survey

General Contractor’s Warranty Letter

Certified Air Balance Report

G706 Contractor’s Affidavit of Payment of Debts and Claims

G706A Contractor’s Affidavit of Release of Liens

G707 Consent of Surety to Final Payment (if project is bonded)

01 78 33 - BONDS

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A. The Contractor shall have guarantees upon materials and workmanship required by Article B of the

AIA General Conditions and special guarantees and bonds required by the Contract Documents executed in the Owner's name.

B. Prior to making application for Final Payment, the Contractor shall collect and assemble all required guarantees and bonds, and deliver them to the Architect for review and for transmittal to the Owner.

C. The Contractor shall collect and assemble all required certificates of inspection, testing, and approval, and deliver them to the Architect for review and for transmittal to the Owner.

01 78 36 - WARRANTIES

A. The Contractor shall warranty materials, equipment and labor in accordance with Article 3.5 of AIA

Document 201, General Conditions.

B. Warranty period shall be one year from date of Substantial Completion, unless a longer time is specifically stated in the Contract Documents.

C. Submit a statement with the shop drawing review items confirming the special warranty period of all warranties longer than one year.

D. The Contractor shall agree to make needed adjustments to items found to be out of tolerance by

ADA/Texas Accessibility Standards inspection report, for a period of TWO YEARS from Substantial

Completion. These items are covered on the Plans and in the Accessibility Check List included in the Project Manual.

E. Furnish written Warranties to the Owner, including specific items stipulated in individual sections.

Start date of Warranties is date of Substantial Completion.

F. Repair or replace damaged portions of the Construction, under warranty when damages result from faulty materials or negligent workmanship. Warrant replaced items starting on date of replacement.

G. Warrant that modifications or substitutions suggested by the Contractor will give satisfactory results, and that they will be equal or superior to the specified item or method, unless shortcomings are specifically listed in the request for modification or substitution, and approved by the Architect.

H. Warranties include the following but contractor is responsible for all warranties required as specified.

LIST:

01 79 00 - DEMONSTRATION AND TRAINING

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The Contractor is to provide instructors experienced in operation and maintenance procedures, especially

HVAC and control systems (thermostats). Instruction should occur shortly after Substantial Completion,

Owner occupancy, and at the start of each season for equipment that requires seasonal operation.

The Architect should be notified of the scheduling for training and course content.

Instruction should include review of:

• O and M Manuals

• Operations

• Adjustments

• Trouble Shooting

• Maintenance and inspections required

• Repair

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DIVISION TWO – EXISTING CONDITIONS

02 01 00 - MAINTENANCE OF EXISTING CONDITIONS

This Project shall take place in and around an existing facility. If it is imperative that the tenants' business operations continue with a minimum of interruptions during Construction, every effort shall be made by

Contractor to facilitate the Project and ongoing operations in a cooperative and coordinated manner. Also, see 01 35 13 - Phasing of Construction; 01 32 16 - Construction Progress Schedule.

It is also imperative that continuous levels of building security be maintained during Project duration, as deemed necessary by Security. General Contractor and Security shall coordinate, in advance and in mutually agreeable manner, scheduling and timing of Work on exterior building envelope, demising walls and electrical systems, which may constitute a potential breach of security.

Construction crews shall confine activities to current construction phases and shall not have access to other areas without prior arrangement with and approval of the Branch Manager or designated representative.

Protect existing facility to remain, from damage. Contractor shall be responsible for repair in case of damage resulting from construction activities.

Measures shall be taken by General Contractor to minimize duration and extend these conditions.

Measures shall include temporary enclosures, around and boarding of penetrations, until Work is in place and secure.

Security may provide guards or other temporary security measures at Owner/Tenant expense. General

Contractor shall coordinate, in mutually cooperative manner, and in advance, integration of re-worked and/or new Security Systems (N.I.C.) with Security Systems Contractor.

Smoking or tobacco use in the building is not allowed at any time.

Unless noted otherwise, moving of furniture, furnishings and equipment other than building services equipment shall be performed by Owner/Tenant, coordinate timing and access with Owner/Tenant representative.

No floor drilling or other excessively noisy activities are permitted during regular business hours in existing facilities with occupancy, unless with prior approval.

Where applicable, obtain a copy of Building Management Construction Rules and Regulations prior to

Bidding, for additional and updated requirements and restrictions. Abide by these rules at all times.

02 40 13 - SELECTIVE DEMOLITION

General: Determine extent of work by site inspection in addition to information in Contract Documents.

Verify that hazardous materials have been remediated and government notification requirements have been fulfilled before proceeding with the demolition operations.

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Arrange with utility companies for removal of their equipment and capping of piping and wiring.

Materials designated for removal shall become property of Contractor unless noted otherwise.

Dispose of properly in accordance with applicable regulations.

No explosives or fires allowed.

Restrain dust. Remove debris daily.

Where required by OSHA regulations, perform or engage a Professional Engineer to perform an engineering survey of conditions of the building to determine whether removing any element might result in structural deficiency or unplanned collapse of any portion of the structure or adjacent structures during building demolition operations.

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DIVISION THREE - CONCRETE

03 30 00 - CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE

General: Provide cast-in-place concrete, including reinforcement, concrete materials, mix design, placement procedures, and finishes. Refer to Section 07 26 16 for Below-Grade Vapor

Retarder.

Submittals: Provide design mix for each Structural concrete mix indicated for review by the Structural

Engineer. Civil concrete mix design is under Section 32 13 13. Provide shop drawings with details of steel reinforcement placement including material, grade, bar schedule, stirrups, bent diagrams, supports, etc.

See 01 45 23 for required Testing Laboratory work.

In hot weather, work in accordance with recommended practice for hot weather, ACI 305. In cold weather, work in accordance with recommended practice for cold weather, ACI 306.

If no design strength is shown, provide 3,000 psi/28 day concrete, minimum, with normal weight aggregate.

Except where plasticizers are used, provide 4” maximum slump typically, and 5” maximum slump in drilled footings.

Notify architect 48 hours before scheduled pouring for the inspection.

Do not place concrete until forming, reinforcement, accessories and built-in items have been inspected and approved by Architect.

Use clean(ed) formwork, set true and level. Remove dirt, nails and other foreign matter from formed spaces. Set templates accurately and securely. Provide expansion materials at pipes, sleeves and other utilities.

Use ready mixed concrete only. Comply with ASTM C94 for mixing, and transportation of concrete to the Project.

Place concrete continuously in any one part of Work. Place on fill or selected grade as specified in the geotechnical engineer’s site preparation recommendation.

No horizontal joints allowed except as shown on Plans. Make stops in concrete placing with vertical bulkheads at locations approved by Structural Engineer prior to proceeding. Support tendons and bars securely during concrete placement.

Provide control joints in slabs as indicated on Plans. Verify final location with architect.

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Use premolded, asphalt impregnated expansion joint material at expansion joints not required or shown to include dowels such as between steel columns and a concrete slab or a building foundation and concrete paving.

Qualifications/testing of post tension system: Contractor shall furnish upon request-

• Laboratory test on anchorage system

• Latest calibration date of equipment used

• Laboratory test for coefficient of friction on strands

• Mil test certificate on strands

• Provide elongation report from qualified Engineering firm. Show building shape, tendon location and number and actual length of elongation.

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DIVISION FOUR - MASONRY

NOT USED

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DIVISION FIVE - METALS

05 10 00 - STRUCTURAL METAL FRAMING

General: Provide structural steel of shapes, sizes, and connections, etc, shown as well as miscellaneous steel items shown on structural and architectural drawings.

Submittal: Provide detailed shop drawings for review and approval. Send Structural steel shop drawings to the Structural Engineer and the Non-Structural-Miscellaneous steel drawings to the

Architect.

All welding shall conform to the American Welding Society code.

Structural angles and wide flange shapes are to conform to ASTM A-36. Unless otherwise noted on plans. Steel pipe to conform to ASTM A-53 Grade B or ASTM A501 (36 KSI) AISC eighth edition. Structural tubing to conform to ASTM A-500. Grade B (46 KSI). Shop paint

(Reference architectural specifications).

All structural steel shall be detailed fabricated and erected in accordance with the specification for the design. Fabrication and erection of structural steel for buildings. AISC eighth edition.

All field connections to be bolted with a-325 bolts (welded where shown). Design shear connections for one-half of the total allowable uniform load of beams unless noted otherwise.

Re: AISC part 4 all connections must be designed by a registered engineer and if requested, calculations must be available for review. Bolts to be LaJeune type of equal.

Bracing connections shall develop full forces shown on drawings at each end of member.

Expansion joint connections, where used, shall provide fee movement. Bolts shall have nuts finger tightened and threads crimped.

Splicing of structural steel members is prohibited without prior approval of the structural engineer as to location and type of splice to be made.

MC - moment connection.

Exposed Steel – All exterior exposed steel shall be hot dipped galvanized, U.N.O. Members shall be constructed in sizes to allow for the dipping process. Items that are too large to fit shall be so noted on the shop drawings. Any portions of the galvanization that is removed during the erection process such as welding or grinding, etc., shall be repaired to match the original galvanized protection.

Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel: Comply with fabrication requirements, including tolerance limits, of AISC’s “Code of Standard Practice for Steel Buildings and Bridges” for structural steel identified as architecturally exposed structural steel.

See structural drawings for additional requirements.

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05 30 00 - METAL DECKING

General: Refer to Structural Plans for extent, location, gauge, depth and physical properties of metal decking required.

Approved Suppliers:

Bethlehem Steel; H. H. Robertson, Co.; Vulcraft; and Wheeling Steel

Material: ASTM A 446, Grade E Steel, with ASTM A 525, Class G-90 galvanized finish. Provide vented decking, with round or slotted perforations with a minimum of 1.5% open area uniformly distributed over entire sheet, at locations to receive low density roof fill.

Deck units to span at least 3 supports, where possible. Lap ends flush, telescoped, or nested

2”. Lap sides nested or interlocked.

Provide cover plates, closure strips, roof sump pans, cant strips, etc. compatible with specified decking, of 22 ga. minimum galvanized steel.

Installation: Place sheets in accordance with approved layout drawings, or, in absence thereof, per manufacturer's recommendations. Erect decks with slope in excess of ¼” per foot, in shingle fashion, starting at low point. Lap panels 8” minimum, over support. Use welding washers for decks less than 22 ga; puddle welds at least 1/2” diameter; or fillet welds about 1" Penetrate all layers of deck, and weld to structural support. Fasten all edge ribs, and not over 18” O.C. in between.

05 40 00 - COLD-FORMED METAL FRAMING

General: All studs, prefabricated trusses, joists and accessories shall be equal to or better than the type, size, gauge and spacing shown on the drawings, and shall be equal to those manufactured by

Unimast, Inc.

All structural members and connections shall be designed by the manufacturer in accordance with American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) "Specification for the Design of Cold Formed Steel

Structural Members" latest edition, American Welding Society (AWS), and American Society of

Testing Materials (ASTM). The manufacturer shall provide structural calculation of all components based on noted building code, live loads, wind velocity, deflection and gravity, etc.

Submit shop drawings of component applications shown in cross sections, plans and/or elevations depicting types and locations for each unique framing application. Show panel configurations, dimensions, connections, bracing and construction sequence.

All studs, runners, joists and trusses shall be formed from corrosion-resistant steel.

Corresponding to the requirements of ASTM A446 with a minimum yield strength of 40 KSI for

S members and 33 KSI for CR and ST members and flat strap bracing.

Prior to fabrication the contractor shall submit erection drawings to the structural engineer for approval.

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Prefabricated panels shall be square, with components attached, in a manner as to prevent racking. Handling and lifting shall be done in a manner so as not to cause distortion in any member.

All framing components shall be cut squarely for attachment to perpendicular members, or as required, for an angular fit against abutting members.

Axially loaded studs shall be installed in a manner which will assure that their ends are positioned against the inside of runner web prior to fastening.

Fastening of components shall be with self-drilling screws or by welding. Screws or welds shall be of sufficient size to insure the strength of the connection. Wire tying of components shall not be permitted. All welds shall be cleaned and coated with a zinc-rich paint.

Runners shall be securely anchored to the supporting structure. Proposed connection to be submitted to Engineer for approval.

Abutting lengths of runner shall each be securely anchored to a common structural element, butt-welded or spliced.

Studs shall be plumbed, aligned and securely attached to flanges of both upper and lower runners.

Jack studs or cripples shall be installed below window sills, above window and door heads, and elsewhere to furnish support. Securely attached to connecting members.

Resistance to minor axis bending and rotation shall be provided by gypsum board, gypsum sheathing, by horizontal strap and blocking or cold-rolled channel bracing.

Splices in axially loaded studs shall not be permitted.

Use flexible head and sill track for all curved wall and ceiling elements. Use ‘Flex-C Trac’ or equal.

Unimast's steel framing carries a three part code that identifies the size, style and gauge.

Size:

362

40

60

125

80

81

115

185

Approved Manufacturers:

Style:

3 5/8" SJ - Stud/Joist

4" CR - Runner Track

6"- Stud

7 ¼"

8"

925

11 ½"

13 ½"

Gauge:

20

18

16

14

9 ¼"

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Light gauge Steel Truss Systems: MiTek - St. Louis, MO (314-434-1200) Alpine

05 50 00 - METAL FABRICATIONS

Provide metal fabrications, miscellaneous non-ferrous items, and fabricated sheet metal items not specified in other sections, where noted on drawings.

Shop primed materials:

- Structural shapes, bars and plates: ASTM A36

- Structural tube: Hot-formed square or rectangular tubing, ASTM A501

- Cold rolled sheets: ASTM A366

- Cold finished bars: ASTM A108

- Pipe: ASTM A53, Schedule 40, U.N.O.

Uncoated ferrous material:

- Stainless steel: Austenitic Type 302 or 304, #4 belt polished, 50-180 grit finish, ASTM A276,

A296, A312, A632, as applicable.

- Cast iron: ASTM A48, Class 30B

Galvanized material:

- Non structural pipe: ASTM A120

- Iron and steel hardware: ASTM A153

- Steel shapes, plates, bars and strips: ASTM A123

- Steel sheets: ASTM A446

- Assembled steel products: ASTM A386

- Delivery of hot-dipped items: ASTM A525

Stainless Steel Materials:

- Use type 316 (UNS S31600, EN 1.4401, SUS 316)

- Pipe for handrails etc. shall be schedule 40 or better.

Aluminum materials:

- Standard structural shapes: ASTM B308

- Structural pipe and tube: ASTM B429

- Extruded bars, rods, shapes and tubes: ASTM B221

- Plate and sheet: ASTM B209

Alloy 3003-H16 for mill finish; Alloy 5005-H16 for anodized finish.

Galvanizing after fabrication:

- Rolled, pressed and forged steel shapes, plates, bars and strips 1/8” thick and heavier: ASTM

A123

- Assembled steel products: ASTM A386

- Items noted as galvanized “Accent Items” shall be cleaned and prepared for painting per Section

09 90 00.

Steel shop primer:

- Prepare by removing loose mill scale, rust and other foreign matter, to standards SSPC SP-2 and

1.

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- Comply with FS TT-P-86, Type I or II proprietary primers of equal performance may be used.

- Apply evenly, for full coverage, without runs and other irregularities. Touch-up any damaged coverage.

- Items noted as exposed steel “Accent Items” shall be cleaned and prepared for painting, then painted in the shop as noted in Section 09 90 00.

Attach items firmly to abutting materials in position that is appropriately level, plumb and parallel to adjoining construction.

Workmanship classes:

Class 1 - highest grade

- no visible distortion

- only countersunk flat-head bolts permitted

- hairline finish at joints

- no defects shown in surface work

- welds not visible - ground smooth

Class 2 - high grade

- moderate irregularities not visible at 30 feet may remain

- minor distortions permitted

- use countersunk, flat head bolts where exposed to view.

- maximum gap at joints 1/16”

Class 3 - utility grade

- no improvement from mill finish required except preparation for galvanizing or priming

- no grinding required

- exposed bolts permitted

List of typical steel items, by Workmanship Class and Finish. Not all items are applicable to Project.

Class 1, galvanized and field painted or shop primed and shop painted:

- Ornamental railings

- Ornamental brackets

- Grille work

Class 2, galvanized or shop primed and field painted:

- pipe bollards

- pipe railings

- miscellaneous interior exposed angles

Class 3, galvanized or shop primed:

- miscellaneous concealed angles

- elevator sump pit grate –galvanized (McNicols # GAA-100A)

Submittal:

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Provide shop drawings for review and approval.

05 51 00 - METAL STAIRS

General: Provide complete stair system including railing and all attachment members which meet applicable codes. Contractor is responsible for engineered sealed and signed steel stair and railing drawings. Comply with NAAMM minimum standards for construction, proportions, dimensions, and preparation for finish of fixed metal stairs.

Design: Stair system includes treads and landings designed to withstand a minimum live load of 100 lbs/sf and a concentrated load at 300 lbs with a maximum deflection of L/360, not to exceed

3/16". Railing shall be as specified in 05 52 00. Provide a continuous handrail at 34” to 36” above the walking surface guardrail or wall up to 42” above the walking surface.

All stair units to have welded corners and seams with exposed welds ground and/or filled smooth.

Surface Preparation:

At all exposed steel areas, remove loose mill scale, rust, foreign material or dirt following

SSPC-SP2 or SSPC-SP3 methods to prepare the surface for subsequent coating applications.

Finish: Shop prime with one coat of manufactures standard zinc rich, rust inhibitive primer. Reprime any field modifications. Two coats of final finish Re: 09 90 00.

Submittals: Provide setting diagrams for installation of anchors, weld plates and hangers for stairs and rails to structure, and blocking for attachment of wall rail.

05 52 02 TEMPERED GLASS RAILING ASSEMBLIES

GENERAL PART 1

1.1 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Tempered Glass Railing Assemblies.

1.2 RELATED SECTIONS

A. Section 05 50 00 - Metal Fabrications

B. Section 05720 - Ornamental Handrails & Railings

C. Section 08 80 00 – Glazing

1.3 REFERENCES

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A. ASTM C 1048 – Standard Specification for Heat Treated Flat Glass – Kind HS, Kind FT

Coated and Uncoated Glass

B. NAAMM Metal Finishes Manual; national Association of Architectural Metal

Manufacturers

1.4 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

A. Performance Requirements for Handrail Assembly:

1. Support distributed load of 50 pounds per linear foot (8,756 N/M), applied horizontally at right angles to the handrail.

2. Support concentrated horizontal load of 200 pounds (90.6 kg), applied in any direction at any point along handrail system.

3. Distributed loads and concentrated loads not to be applied simultaneously.

1.5 SUBMITTALS

A. Submit under provisions of Section 013300.

B. Product Data: Submit Manufacturer’s technical product data for railing components and accessories.

C. Shop Drawings: Dimensioned drawings of railing assemblies indicating the following:

1. Elevations; include joint locations, transitions, and terminations.

2. Manufacturer’s installation and maintenance instructions.

D. Samples of manufacturer’s finishes (As selected by Architect.)

1.6 QUALITY ASSURANCE

A. Components and installation are to be in accordance with state and local building codes.

B. All components and fittings are furnished by the same manufacturer.

1.7 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

A. Deliver materials properly protected against damage to finished surfaces during transit.

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B. Inspect materials upon delivery for damage. Unless minor defects can be made to meet the Architect’s specifications and satisfaction, damaged parts should be removed and replaced.

C. Store materials at building site under cover in dry location

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.1 MANUFACTURERS

A. Acceptable Manufacturer: C.R. Laurence Co., Inc. (CRL)

TEL: (800) 421-6144 FAX: (800) 587-7501

Email: [email protected]

www.crlaurence.com

B. Manufacturers of equivalent products will be considered for substitution in accordance with provisions of Section 01630 - Product Substitution Procedures.

2.2 MATERIALS

A. Aluminum Components: Conforming to ASTM B 221/ASTM B221M, Alloy 6063- T52

B. Stainless Steel Components: Conforming to ASTM A 666, Type 304

C. Brass Components: Conforming to ASTM B 248, No. 260, Yellow Brass

2.3 COMPONENTS

A. Glazing: Fully tempered ASTM C 1048 Kind FT, Quality q3. As specified in Section

088000

1. Thickness: 1/2 inch (12 mm).

2. Color: Clear

3. Polished exposed glass edges.

B. Internal Handrail Cap Connection Sleeves: Metal tube, material compatible with handrail cap material.

C. Taper-Loc™ Dry Glazing System: Each Taper-Loc™ Set consists of two Taper Shims, and one L-Pressure Block. Designed for the B5S, B7S, and B5T Shoe Base. Patent

Pending.

D. Expansion Cement: Hydraulic, conforming to ASTM c 595, CRL Part # KWX50, used in

conjunction with EPDM setting blocks, CRL Part # GR5UB for 1/2” Glass, or GR7UB for

3/4” Glass. (Cement is not needed if Taper-Loc™ Dry System is used.)

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E. Shoe Base: (Refer to details on A-512 for selected profile)

1. Profile: CRL Part # B5S; 2-1/2 inches (63.5 mm) wide by 4-1/8 inches (104.7 mm)

high rectangular cross-section. Designed to work with CRL's Taper-Loc™ Dry

Glazed System or expansion cement.

2. Profile: CRL Part # B7S; 2-3/4 inches (69.8 mm) wide by 4-1/8 inches (104.7 mm)

high rectangular cross-section. Designed to work with CRL's Taper-Loc™ Dry

Glazed System or expansion cement.

3. Profile: CRL Part # B5L; 2-1/4 inches (63.5 mm) wide by 3-1/2 inches (88.9 mm)

high rectangular cross-section. **Cannot be used with Taper-Loc™ Dry Glazed

System. Must be used with expansion cement.**

4. Profile: CRL Part # B5T; 2-1/2 inches (63.5 mm) wide by 4-1/8 inches (104.7 mm)

high tapered cross-section. Designed to work with CRL's Taper-Loc™ Dry

Glazed System or expansion cement.

5. Material: Aluminum 6063-T52

6. Finish: (Architect to specify.) a. Base Cladding: Sheet metal cladding added to exposed shoe base sections.

Adhere with double-sided tape and/or silicone adhesive. Provide end caps where ends of shoe base sections are exposed.

F. Cap Railing: (Refer to details on A-512 for selected profile)

1. Profile: Part # GR15, round 1-1/2 inches (38.1 mm) diameter.

2. Profile: Part # GRS15, square 1-1/2 inches (38.1 mm).

3. Profile: Part # GR19, round 1-7/8 inches (48.3 mm) diameter (aluminum only).

4. Profile: Part # GR20, round 2 inches (50.8 mm) diameter.

5. Profile: Part # GRS20, square 2 inches (50.8 mm).

6. Profile: Part # GR25, round 2-1/2 inches (63.5 mm) diameter.

7. Profile: Part # GRS25, square 2-1/2 inches (63.5 mm).

8. Profile: Part # GR30, round 3 inches (76.2 mm) diameter.

9. Profile: Part # GR35, round 3-1/2 inches (88.9 mm) diameter.

10. Profile: Part # GR40, round 4 inches (101.6 mm) diameter.

11. Profile: Part # GR0V4, oval 4 inches x 2-1/2 inches (101.6 mm x 63.5 mm) (aluminum only)

12. Material: Stainless Steel.

13. Finish: Brushed Stainless Steel

G. Handrail Brackets: (Refer to details on A-512 for selected finish)

1. Material: Aluminum

2. Material: Stainless Steel

3. Material: Brass

4. Fabrication: Machined

5. Fabrication: Cast

6. Finish: Match handrail cap finish

H. Handrail Tubing:

1. Profile: Part # HR15, round 1-1/2 inches (38.1 mm) diameter.

2. Profile: Part # HRS15, square 1-1/2 inches (38.1 mm).

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3. Profile: Part # HR19, round 1-7/8 inches (48.3 mm) diameter.

4. Profile: Part # HR20, round 2 inches (50.8 mm) diameter.

5. Profile: Part # PR1540, round 1.9 inches (48.3 mm) 1-1/2 inch schedule 40.

6. Profile: Part # PR12540, round 1.66 inches (42.2 mm) 1-1/4 inch schedule 40.

7. Material: Hard wood.

8. Finish: (Refer to details on A-512 for selected finish).

I. Fasteners: Types and sizes indicated in shop drawings.

A. For concrete attachment, hole size in base shoe is to be 9/16” (14.3 mm), counter bore

7/8” (22.2 mm) x depth ½” (12.7 mm), center-to-center spacing of holes is 12”

(304.8mm). Use Hilti HSL3 Expansion Anchors 3-3/4" (95 mm) long CRL Part #

EBA334, Washer is included.

B. For steel attachment, hole size in base shoe is to be 9/16” (14.3 mm), counter bore

7/8” (22.2 mm) x depth ½” (12.7 mm), center-to-center spacing of holes is 12”

(304.8mm). Use ½” – 13 x 1 stainless steel socket head cap screw CRL Part #

SHCS12X1.

J. Sill Angles for Tempered Glass Railing Assemblies: Steel angle profiles conforming to ASTM A

36, with anchoring devices, sizes indicated in shop drawing of section 05522, drilled and tapped for fastener types, sizes, and spacing indicated.

2.4 FABRICATION

A. Fabricate handrail assembly components to lengths and configurations complying with shop drawings.

B. Machine joint edges smooth and plane to produce hairline seams when site assembled; supply concealed sleeve connectors for joints.

C. Isolate dissimilar metals to prevent electrolytic action by applying primer to concealed surfaces of metal components.

PART 3 INSTALLATION

3.1

A. Install handrails in accordance with manufacturer’s recommended installation instructions and approved shop drawings.

3.2 CLEANING

A. Clean glazing surfaces after installation, complying with requirements contained in the manufacturer’s instructions. Remove excess glazing sealant compounds, dirt or other substances.

B. Remove protective films from metal surfaces.

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C. Clean railing surfaces with clean water and mild detergent. Do not use abrasive chemicals, detergents, or other implements that may mar or gouge the material.

3.3 PROTECTION

A. Institute protective measures required throughout the remainder of the construction period to ensure that all the materials do not incur any damage or deterioration.

B. Repair components damaged by subsequent construction activities in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations; replace damaged components that cannot be repaired to

Architect’s acceptance.

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DIVISION SIX – WOOD, PLASTICS, AND COMPOSITES

06 10 00 - ROUGH CARPENTRY

General: Provide conventional wood framing and/or engineered wood products where shown on drawings, for floors, ceilings, roofs, walls, and as support for other construction. Rough carpentry includes installation of blocking, decking, and other miscellaneous items noted. Also provide incidental rough carpentry required for support or attachment of other construction.

Provide lumber with factory mark of grade stamp, except at dressed lumber for exposed situations.

Framing: Unless noted otherwise, provide framing at 16” on center, rigidly attached to structural members to form shapes indicated on drawing. Spans shall meet local structural code requirements. All structural panel type items such as sheathing shall have their perimeter securely attached to framing or blocking per the manufactures fastening requirements.

Blocking: Miscellaneous blocking, fire stops, etc. shall be preservative treated and non-combustible.

Engineered Wood Products:

Unless specifically noted on structural drawings, EWP must be submitted for approval (Re:

Section 01 60 00). Submit Manufacturer’s empirical data to prove design value and savings for the Owner. It must also be acceptable under evaluation reports published by model code agencies.

Materials: Lumber standard: American Softwood Lumber Standard PS 20-70

Grading: SFPA, WWPA, & WCLB. Each piece to have stamp showing grade, moisture, association and species.

Studs: S.Y.P. #2 common, marked KD or MC-15 or S-DRY. (Minimum)

Joists, rafters, headers, lintels: #2 S.Y.P.

Beams and girders: #2 S.Y.P., except where exposed to view, see Plans.

Misc. blocking, plates, caps: #3 S.Y.P.

Sole plate: #2 S.Y.P. U.N.O., with preservative treatment.

Top plates: Double at load bearing partitions, face nailed together. Overlap at corners and intersections.

Frame openings and headers: See Structural.

Joist framing:

Bridging 8’-0” O.C. maximum for spans over 10’-0”, metal cross, wood cross, 2x wood, or strong back of 2 x 4 and 2 x 6. Solid bridge or double joist under walls.

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Trimmers: Double where opening wider than 4’-0” or occurs in center 1/3 of joist depth.

Notches: Not allowed in middle third of joists; maximum 1/6 of joist depth in end thirds. End notches:

Bored holes: maximum 1/6 of joist depth.

Maximum 2” diameter or 1/3 joist depth at least 2” clear from top or bottom of joist.

Plywood decking:

A.P.A. performance rated panel with the required span rating noted and with an exposure durability classification of “Exposure 1". For roofs, provide aluminum “H” shaped ply-clips midway between supports.

Tel/Data Backboards:

Provide ¾” non-combustible plywood backboards on all walls of the telephone/data and/or electrical rooms from 2’ to 8’ above finish floor minimum. Hold plywood away from door frame

(strike side) for light switch, etc.

Sheathing: Unless noted otherwise, over framing, provide ½” thick by 8” x 4’, 6’ or 8’ foot Georgia-Pacific

"Dens-glass gold" or U.S.G. "Fiberock" applied in horizontal direction with fasteners @ 6” O.C. at perimeter edges and, 12” O.C. at intermediate framing. Typically cover sheathing with

Dampproofing Membrane specified in Section 07 11 19.

If sealed joints are noted on the drawings then tape and seal all joints and fasteners in the sheathing as specified by Georgia-Pacific for long-term joint protection.

Approved joint sealing Materials:

Dow # 795 sealant

Pecora AC 20 sealant

2” wide 10 x 10 self adhering fiber glass joint tape.

Fire stops: Locate so spaces between studs do not exceed 10 feet. Where plates do not form a fire stop, provide fire stop in walls and partitions at floors and ceilings. Use non-combustible wood or gypsum as noted in code.

Building Wrap:

Where noted on drawings use air-retarder sheeting made from polyolefin’s, equal to “Tyvek

Commercial Wrap” by Dupont. Installed in accordance with Manufacturer’s recommendations for use at cavity wall situations, U.N.O.

Preservative Treated Wood:

Lumber or plywood where noted shall be treated with CCA type C in accordance with AWPA

Standard P5 using the oxide forms of the chemicals. Pressure treat wood to conform to AWPA

Standard C1, C2, C5, and C9 where applicable.

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Typical Locations:

Cants, nailers, curbs, equipment supports, blocking and similar members at roof conditions.

Also, any wood less than 18 inches above grade.

Installation: Set framing accurately and neatly. Crown edge up. Provide temporary bracing. Frame at 16”

O.C. U.N.O. Securely attach wood bucks, blocking, nailers, etc. Provide required rough hardware, fasteners, nails, etc. All fasteners exposed to weather or in damp locations shall be stainless steel or galvanized. Size and type, if not noted, shall fit conditions and support loads.

Install sheathing then dampproofing membrane (Section 07 11 19) covering all of the board, joints, and fasteners as well as miscellaneous backboards, etc., U.N.O.

Temporary Protection:

Do not leave untreated plywood, or similar materials exposed to the weather. Cover immediately with Building Wrap where specified or temporarily when permanent finish is delayed. Building paper may be used for temporary situations.

06 40 00 - ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK

General: All millwork to be performed to AWI “Custom Grade” quality standards. This section applies to finish carpentry and woodwork, prefabricated millwork/cabinets and custom trim and paneling.

Fabricator and installer is to be a company specializing in fabricating and installing the specified product for a minimum of five (5) years. Field measure and coordinate with other subcontractors. Do not install millwork if facility cannot maintain relative humidity between 25% and 55%

Refer to Drawings for further specifications and finish requirements.

Submittals: Submit shop drawings indicating materials, component profiles, fastening methods, jointing and blocking details, finishes and accessories. Submit 4- 8” x 10” samples of veneer with shop finish for approval. Refer to Section 01 33 00 for submittal requirements. Matching a sample or existing millwork may require multiple sets with a range for final selection.

Substitutions:

Provide as specified here or in Material Schedule on drawings. Transparent finished item must be fabricated by manufacturers from approved manufacturers listed. Standard Plastic

Laminate cabinetry may be fabricated by a manufacturer not on the approved list.

Transparent Millwork General:

Veneer and Lumber Selection:

Maple, Fiddle Back, Book matched, Grade AA. Face to be Balanced and Center matched.

Lumber to match veneer, Grade 1. Satin Sheen (20 degrees) U.N.O. Match Architects

Sample.

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Finish System:

Provide a Post-Catalyzed lacquer, transparent system meeting the specifications of AWI

Section 1500-factory finishing.

A transparent finish on architectural woodwork shall be custom grade, factory applied or At a dedicated finishing facility, prior to delivery to the job site. Field touch up and installation repair are exceptions. Factory finishing shall be done in a controlled atmosphere to develop finish consistency, controlled film thickness, and be environmentally compliant. Back priming is required of any woodwork in all instances. Do not expose transported materials to the site to extended amounts of sunlight. Ship in covered truck or cover with opaque material as a minimum.

Standing and Running Trim:

Material: Use hardwood lumber of quality and grain suitable for finish specified, meeting AWI section

100 and 300 standards, using maximum practical lengths available.

Painted finished material: Poplar, U.N.O.

Transparent finished material: Refer to Transparent finishing General.

Installation: Install with minimum number of joints practical, using full-length pieces from maximum lengths of lumber available. Do not use pieces less than 24 inches (610 mm) long except where necessary. Stagger joints in adjacent and related standing and running trim. Cope at returns and miter at corners to produce tight-fitting joints with full-surface contact throughout length of joint. Use scarf joints for end-to-end joints. No tear outs, knife nicks or hit or miss finish allowed. No knife marks allowed where sanding is required. Glue and filler, if used, must be inconspicuous and sanded as smoothly as the surrounding surface.

1. Match color and grain pattern across joints.

2. Install trim after gypsum board joint-finishing operations are completed.

3. Drill pilot holes in hardwood before fastening to prevent splitting. Fasten to prevent movement or warping. Countersink fastener heads and fill holes.

4. Install to tolerance of 1/8 inch in 96 inches (3 mm in 2438 mm) for level and plumb. Install adjoining finish carpentry with 1/32-inch (0.8-mm) maximum offset for flush installation and

1/16-inch (1.6-mm) maximum offset for reveal installation.

5. Sand work smooth per AWI standards.

Cabinets and Panels:

Substrate Material:

Laminate finished material: 45#, Medium density industrial particle board, U.N.O.

Laminated finish with painted reveals: Medium density fiberboard, U.N.O.

Laminated finish in damp areas: Moisture resistant plywood, U.N.O.

Wood Veneer finish: Medium density fiberboard, U.N.O.

Opaque paint finish: Medium density fiberboard, U.N.O.

Removable laminate panels: ¼” standard hardwood, U.N.O.

Water resistant plywood or MDF, U.N.O.—Use at wet surfaces such as at sinks:

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Fabrication: Fabricate to Custom Quality Standards. Cabinets to be Flush Overlay style. Shelf thickness and construction to meet AWI 400-G-8 Minimum standards. Grain direction and matching criteria, door panel retention profile, drawer body requirements, adjustable shelf techniques, and wall cabinet hanging techniques, all to meet AWI/ AWMAC Standards U.N.O.

Installation: Verify adequacy of backing and support framing and blocking. Verify electrical and mechanical building items affecting work in this section. Install in accordance with Custom Grade AWI

Section 1700. Set and secure materials and components in place, plumb and level. Adjust work and clean for final inspection.

Filler box: Provide a “filler box” at under counter equipment to elevate such equipment to within ¼” of the underside of the counter top front edge. The box is to match the adjacent base/toe shape and be finished with the same plastic laminate or paneling. Refer to Section 11 31 00 – Residential

Appliances for equipment dimensions.

Door and Window frames, screens and shutters:

Materials: Use hardwood solid lumber of quality and grain suitable for finish specified meeting AWI sections 900, 1000, 1100 and 1200 standards.

Painted finished material: Poplar, U.N.O.

Transparent finished material: Refer to Transparent finishing General.

Fabrication: Provide balanced construction in all panels. Set nails, fill and sand per AWI requirements.

Trim joints to be custom, glued and joined by clamp nails, using QSI compliant methods.

Shutters to be louvered with routed slats, U.N.O.

Accessories:

Materials: Refer to plans for accessories such as Computer Racks, Grommets, wire managers, plexiglass

“take-one” racks, etc. Provide accessories with the millwork as shown.

Execution:

Mock-Up: Provide mock-up of standing and running trim, door and window members, or other field assembled items for the Architect/Owner approval of fabrication, installation and finish, before commencing the rest of the installation. The mock-up may remain in place if approved or corrections are made.

Finishing: Set exposed nails or screws. Apply wood filler to nail holes etc. And sand smooth.

Installation: Set materials secure, plumb, level, within maximum allowable tolerances. Adjust any operating parts and clean in preparation of finish.

Temporary Protection:

Do not leave untreated plywood, or similar materials exposed to the weather. Cover immediately with water resistant membrane where specified or temporarily when permanent finish is delayed.

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06 42 19 - PLASTIC-LAMINATE-FACED WOOD PANELING

General: Provide high pressure laminate as shown on drawings and specified herein. See plans for selections and locations.

Execution: Store face down with a caul board on top to protect from damage and warping. Protect from moisture and from contact with floors or exterior walls.

Laminate and substrate to acclimate for minimum of 48 hours at same ambient condition prior to installation. Allow air circulation around product.

Use only Polyvinyl Acetate white glue (PVAc) or Urea Resorcinol (rigid) adhesives. Follow adhesive manufacturer's recommendations.

Allowed substrates:

Medium Density Fiber board (MDF) or 45 pound density Particle Board (CS-236-66; Type 1,

Grade B, Class C).

Provide backing sheets to balance panel assembly and prevent warping.

Material equipment and workmanship shall conform to industry practices, conditions, procedures and recommendations as specified by ANSI/NEMA LD-3-1991, Section 4,

Architectural Woodwork Quality Standards, National Association of Plastic Fabricators and

ANSI 161.2-1979 Standards.

Fill smooth all edges and corners, free of chips and nicks.

Buff out minor surface scratches with polycut compound and soft, clean cloth. Deeper scratches not penetrating finish: wet sand area with Micro Mesh sandpaper (match grade to sheen) and water. Wipe dry with clean soft cloth. Scratches through finish and chips: lightly sand with 3600 Micro Mesh; match color with appropriate Mohawk MF burn-in stick. Follow manufacturer's recommendations. Polish and wipe. Replace grain with Mohawk ultra Fine

Grainer if required.

Approved Manufacturers:

Lanehart Cabinet Co – Bryan, 979-822-6194

Lone Star Millwork Group – Houston, 713-691-9100

Bespoke Millwork – Missouri City, Derek Olander 713-816-5590

Décor Millwork – Houston, Mike Sobota 281-445-5353

Panel-Tech, Inc – Houston, Ron Grant 713-896-6900

Pioneer Architectural Millwork – Houston, Bob Crane 713-461-8203

Gunckel Architectural Millwork – Seguin, 830-372-0211

E & H Inc Millwork – La Porte, Shawn Hamilton, 281-470-8666

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06 61 16 - QUARTZ SURFACING FABRICATIONS

General: Provide solid surfacing fabrication for interior applications where shown on drawings.

Coordinate requirements with millwork or others providing substrate.

Substitutions:

Provide as specified from approved manufacturers listed here or in Material Schedule on drawings.

Material: As indicated on material schedule.

Color, Pattern and Manufacturer:

As shown on finish material schedule.

Thicknesses:

Installations:

2cm for horizontal surfaces and back splash, 1cm for vertical applications, unless dimensions are shown differently on specific detail.

Installer must have 5 years experience working as an authorized installer of the material.

Install in a workmanlike manner, in accordance with manufacturers instructions. Use maximum size materials to minimize joints. Use manufacturer’s approved joint/seam adhesive to form smooth, inconspicuous seams. Coordinate with plumbing subcontractor for size and location with plumbing subcontractor for lavatories. Provide standard, rounded edge.

Shop Drawings:

Provide detailed shop drawings and 4” x 4” samples for approval.

Warranty: Provide 10 year warranty.

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DIVISION SEVEN - THERMAL & MOISTURE PROTECTION

07 21 16 - BLANKET INSULATION

General: Provide batt and blanket insulation in locations noted or designated on Plans and herein.

Insulation is to form continuous, vertical and horizontal envelope without gaps.

Material: Insulation shall have Flame Spread rating of 25 or less, and Smoke Development rating of 450 or less.

Sound Attenuation: Provide Sound Attenuation Batt insulation at partitions noted as “Acoustical

Assemblies” or where noted on drawings as follows: a. 3½” and wider stud walls or ceilings: 3” thickness. b. At roof drain piping, horizontal and vertical: 1 ½” thick.

Approved manufacturers: a. Owens Corning Fiberglass Corp. (1-800-438-7465) b. Johns Manville Co. (1-800-654-3103) c. Certainteed Corp. (1-800-233-8990)

Installation: Friction fit wall insulation snugly between studs for full and secure installation. Provide chicken wire or wire support at one foot on center for insulation to be installed at bottom of trusses, against roof, or walls where friction fit is not practical. Fill-in any holes and gaps to form a continuous enclosure.

Friction fit sound attenuation batts between studs and drape over studs as shown on drawings for “Acoustical Assemblies” or as specified in Section 09 21 16 – Gypsum Board Assemblies.

07 81 00 - APPLIED FIREPROOFING

General: Provide UL rated, general purpose, interior, spray applied fireproofing meeting the code for the construction type designated in the construction documents.

Products: Type 5 GP low density material for concealed or out of reach areas, as manufactured by

Southwest Vermiculito Company Inc. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Requirements:

Meet the following minimums:

ASTM E136 - Non-Combustible

ASTM E760 – Impact

ASTM E759 – Deflection

ASTM E937 – Corrosion of Steel

ASTM E859 – Erosion by Air

ASTM E605 – 15lb/sq ft. density, minimum

ASTM E84 – Flame Spread

ASTM E1042 – Type 1, NRC 50

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ASTM E119 – fire Resistance (See UL)

Approved Manufacturers:

Southwest Vermiculite Co. Inc. 1-800-962-4181

Grace Construction Products, Cambridge

Johns Manville Insulations, Denver Co.

Southwest Products Co. Inc

Installation: Apply in strict accordance with manufacturer’s written instructions. Installer to verify subtrate surface is free of matter that would impair bond. If required by approved design, attach metal lath or non-metallic mesh to steel joints. Spray to thickness and locations required by approved design. Notify architect of any special conditions that would be detrimental to the specified product prior to installation such as high humidity or abusive exposure.

Patching: Patch areas damaged or cut by subsequent work.

Cleaning: Remove equipment and thoroughly clean all surfaces of overspray deposits of fireproofing material.

Inspection: Review installation and test if necessary to certify that full coverage is provided and all damaged areas are repaired. Provide written certification to Architect that the entire building has been inspected and meets the code required rating.

07 84 00 – FIRESTOPPING

General: Provide firestopping at penetrations of smoke barriers, draft stops, and fire rated walls and floors.

Submittals: Product data sheet and manufacturer’s installation instructions.

Materials: One of the following types of firestopping material may be used depending on the situation –

Mortar Type: “Firecode Compound” from USG.

Caulk Type: “Firecode Acrylic Firestop Sealant, Firecode Acrylic Firestop Spray Sealant Type

SA, Sheetrock Brand Acoustical Sealant, or Thermalfiber Smoke Seal

Compound” from USG.

Intramescent Type: “Firecode Intramescent Acrylic Firestop Sealant – Type IA” from USG.

Approval Manufacturers:

USG (800-USG-4YOU)

Albi Manufacturing (860-828-0571)

Grace Construction Products (800-892-1165)

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07 84 56 - FIRE SAFING

General: Provide firesafing insulation for penetration of walls and floors by wiring, piping, conduits, or duct work, to maintain fire rating of assembly.

Materials: Semi-rigid insulation consisting of fire resistant mineral fibers. Pyro-fiber safing insulation as manufactured by Manville.

Installation: Proper fit insulation to substrate and to mechanical or electrical related materials to maintain the integrity of fire rating. Remove loose materials or ragged edges for smooth, even surface.

07 92 00 - JOINT SEALANTS

General: Provide joint sealants as noted on Plans and described herein. Provide backer rod with sealant at all exterior conditions, and at interior conditions where noted.

Submittals: Submit samples for color verification and product data for technical compliance. Also submit a list of the proposed sealants and their proposed locations.

Substitutions:

Provide as specified from approved manufacturers listed here.

Sealant Product

Schedule:

Paving: Tremco - THC-900

Pecora – NR 200 or NR 201

EIFS:

Plaster:

Tremco - Spectrem 3 with Primer 23

Pecora – 890 with Primer P-64

Tremco - Spectrem 3, Dymonic or Dymeric 240

Pecora - 864, Dynatrol 1, and Dynatrol 2

Brick/Stone: Tremco - Spectrem 3, Dymonic or Dymeric 240

Pecora - 864, Dynatrol 1, and Dynatrol 2

Precast

Panels: Tremco - Spectrem 3

Pecora - 864, Dynatrol 1, and Dynatrol 2

Window/Door

Perimeter

(Alum):

Aluminum

Tremco - Dymeric 240 or Spectrem 1

Pecora - Dynatrol 1, Dynatrol 2, 864, 895, and 896

Storefront: Tremco - Tremsil 600, Spectrem 2, Dymeric 240, or Vulkem 116

Pecora - Dynatrol 1, Dynatrol 2, 864, 895, and 896

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Structural

Glazing: Tremco - Spectrem 2 (2 sided); Proglaze II (4 sided)

Pecora - 895

Butt Glazing:Tremco - Spectrem 2

Pecora - 895-864

Acoustical

Sealant: Tremco - Acoustical Sealant

Pecora - AIS 914

Misc. Wood and

Cabinetry: Tremco - Dymonic or Vulkem 116

Pecora – Dynatrol 1, Dynatrol 2, and AC20

Color:

Marble:

Granite:

Tremco - Spectrem 1 with Primer 23 or Spectrem 3 with Primer 23

Pecora – 890 with stain test

Tremco - Dymeric 240 with Primer 1 or Spectrem 1 with Primer 23

Pecora – 890 with stain test

Refer to Finish Schedule for color selection. Provide custom colors at projects 2 stories or larger.

Testing: At finishes susceptible to staining, leaching, adhesion, or compatibility problems, provide sample test (with date applied) to prove compatibility. Be aware that testing will take considerable time before results are received and therefore installation can commence.

Acceptable Manufacturers:

Preparation: a. Tremco b. Pecora Corp. c. General Electric Company d. D.A.P., Inc. e. Dow Corning Corp.

Verify compatibility of sealant with adjacent materials. Test if necessary.

Thoroughly clean joints.

Prepare surfaces to receive sealants in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.

Perform preparation in accordance with ASTM C 804 for solvent release and ASTM C 790 for latex base sealants.

Clean joints and surfaces to receive sealant of frost, dust, loose mortar, and other foreign materials.

Clean ferrous metals of rust, mill scale and coatings by wire brush, grinding or sandblasting.

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Remove oil, grease and temporary protective coatings with cleaners approved by sealant manufacturer. Dry wipe immediately after cleaning with clean, dry cloth before solvent evaporates from surface.

Abrade precast concrete, poured-in-place concrete, and masonry surfaces to remove form release agents and chemical retarders which could interfere with sealant adhesion and performance.

Brush or blow joints clean.

Allow surfaces to dry completely before applying primer or sealant.

Apply primer when recommended by sealant manufacturer.

Sealant Dimensions:

Size joints in accordance with sealant manufacturer’s instructions.

Minimum joint dimensions: ¼ inch (6 mm) wide by ¼ inch (6 mm) deep, except in metal-tometal curtain wall applications when recommended by sealant manufacturer.

Do not apply sealant until joints comply with manufacturer’s requirements.

Application: Apply in strict accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

Provide backer rod at joints over 3/8” wide. Tool all exterior joints. Sealant thickness shall be

½ the width after joint is shaped, unless noted otherwise by the manufacture.

Install joint backing with a blunt instrument; prevent puncturing of surface skin.

Apply sealant with caulking gun, using proper nozzles.

Use sufficient pressure to completely fill joints and ensure full contact of sealant to joint sides.

After joints have been filled, tool to eliminate air pockets and voids. Dry tooling is preferred; tooling agents such as xylol may be used if necessary. Avoid contamination of open joints below.

Tool surface smooth, uniform and free of ridges, wrinkles, sags, air pockets and embedded impurities.

Cleaning: Remove sealant from adjacent surfaces immediately.

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DIVISION EIGHT - DOORS & WINDOWS

08 11 16 - ALUMINUM DOORS AND FRAMES

General: Provide complete prefinished aluminum system of interior door and window framing, head track, and interior aluminum doors. Provide fire rated assemblies (20, 45, or 90 min.) where noted in door schedule.

Substitutions:

Provide as specified from approved manufacturers listed here or in Material Schedule on drawings.

Product: As indicated on material schedule

Aluminum/Glass Doors:

At interior conditions where shown on drawings, provide “RACO Series 550 Entrance Doors” with ¼” clear safety glass. Prepare doors in factory for custom hardware as shown on drawing schedules.

Aluminum/Glass Framing:

At interior condition where shown on drawings provide RACO Classic Freestanding System.

Series 375 or 478 as required by stud sizing. Complete with head track and ? trim. Provide adjstable depth frames as required by conditions.

Submittal: Shop drawings and finish sample.

Materials: Extrusions to be 6063-T5 alloy and temper (ASTM B211 alloy G. S. 10A-T5).

Glazing gaskets shall be vinyl.

Finish: Refer to Finish Schedule for selection.

All exposed framing surfaces shall be free of scratches and other serious blemishes.

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Paint - Factory painted and oven cured to meet or exceed the requirements of AAMA

Specification 603.

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Anodized - Architectural Class II anodic coating to meet Aluminum Association Standards.

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Color - Specified on the interior materials schedule in the drawings.

Fabrication: Pre-machine jambs and prepare for hardware, with concealed reinforcement plates, drilled and tapped as required, and fastened within frame with concealed screws. Provide corner reinforcements and alignment clips for precise butt or mitered connections. Fabricate all components to allow secure installation without exposed fasteners. Coordinate with G.C. when extended hinges and strikes are required.

Execution/Installation:

Comply with frame manufacturers printed installation instructions and approved shop drawings.

Strictly adhere to maintaining specified wall thickness to insure dimension does not exceed frame throat size specified. Install frames plumb and square, securely anchored to substrates with fasteners recommended by frame manufacturer. Install partition components in the

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longest possible lengths, with no component less than 4 feet. Fasten to suspended ceiling grid at 48 inches on center maximum, using No. 6 sheet metal screws or other fasteners approved by frame manufacturer. Use concealed installation clips to assure that splices and connections are tightly butted and properly aligned. Secure clips to main structural extrusion components and not to snap-in or trim members. Do not use screws or other fasteners that will be exposed to view when installation is complete.

Adjustment & Cleaning:

Clean exposed frames promptly after installation, using cleaning methods recommended by frame manufacturer. Touch-up marred areas so that touch-up is not visible from a distance of

4 feet. Remove and replace frames that cannot be satisfactorily adjusted.

Approved Manufacturer:

Raco Interior Office Fronts (800-272-7226)

AlumaPro Interior Frame Systems (713-690-2510)

Frameworks Manufacturing (713-692-5222) – Frame Type 1 Series

Versatrac (713-681-8231) – Freestanding R Series

08 15 13 - LAMINATED PLASTIC DOORS

General: The following documents govern the work unless noted otherwise:

1. NWMA 1.S 1-73

2. AWI Quality Standards-Section 900, 1300, 1700; "custom grade" U.N.O.

3. F.S. LLL-D-581D.

Submittal: Shop drawing and finish sample.

Substitutions:

Provide as specified from approved manufacturers listed here or in Material Schedule on drawings.

Protection: 1. Factory wrap doors in poly bags.

2. Protect doors during transit and construction.

Warranty: Warrant against defects which include:

1. Warp in excess of ¼” per NWMA or to degree door will not operate properly

2. Show through of stiles, rails or core

3. Delamination

4. Items noted in AWI Standards

Warranty term shall be for the lifetime of the original installation.

Defects noted during warranty period shall be corrected at no cost to the Owner. Corrective work shall include labor and material for repair, replacement, refinishing, and re-hanging as required.

Product: V.T. Industries, Inc., 303 Series, 1-3/4" thickness

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Provide U.L. Label with rating where noted or where required by Code, such as 20 minute rated doors to corridors. See Door Schedule/Notes for other U.L. ratings required.

Door edges shall be a matching .048" laminate If laminate is solid color or stained, wood to match grain laminate.

Interior Pocket Door:

- Raco Air-Core or equal, 1-5/8” thickness, hollow core wood door

Interior Bypassing Door:

- Raco Air-Core or equal, 1-5/8” thickness, hollow core wood door

Finish: See Door Schedule/Notes

Dimensions:

See Door Schedule/Notes

Configuration:

See Door Types on Plans

Installation:

A. Clearances:

1. Head and jamb: 1/16" minimum to 1/8" maximum

2. Sill: 1/2" typical

B. Preparation: Coordinate doors with scheduled hardware.

C. Install doors flush without binding or racking, with locks and latches functioning properly.

Approved Manufacturers:

V.T. Industries, Inc – Iowa, ( 800-827-1615,)

Tex-Lam Manufacturing, Inc – Houston ( 713-695-5975 )

Eggers Industries – Wisconsin ( 920-793-1351 )

Marshfield Door Systems – (800-869-3667)

RACO interior Products Inc – Houston

08 42 27 - ALL-GLASS OFFICE ENTRANCES

General: Provide single source tempered single swing glass doors and side light system as shown on drawings. Doors to open 90 degrees with hold open closer. Size to meet GANA guidelines.

Substitutions:

Provide as specified from approved manufacturers listed here or in Material Schedule on drawings.

Product: Oldcastle entrance system with “P” style doors and sidelights (continuous dry glazed rails top and bottom). ½” Clear tempered glass, with edges flat polished.

Submittal: Shop drawings and material samples.

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Finish: Satin Stainless Steel, finish (#4), US32D.

Rails: Top and bottom rails to be standard continuous 3 3/8”, Radius rail with end caps to match rails.

Sidelight: Continuous rails, top and bottom, anchored to floor and structure above at head with a saddle.

Provide all necessary steel required for bracing, at 3’-0 on center (maximum).

Overhead Closer:

Provide compatible heavy-duty hydraulically controlled, center pivot commercial overhead closer from Rixson or Dorma with 90° (adjustable) hold open capabilities.

Door Stop: Provide stainless steel stop at door head to prevent swing into lobby.

Locking: Provide bottom rail dead lock with cylinders by Hardware supplier, where noted on drawings.

Handles: Provide Rockwood 3311, back to back mtg. Refer to hardware schedule.

Alignment Buttons:

Provide buttons in sidelight joints at ¼” points.

Installation: By contractor who has installed similar door for a minimum of five years and is certified by the manufacturer. Contractor is responsible for coordinating all related components for a complete, quality system and warrant installation for one year starting at substantial completion of project.

Approved Suppliers:

Tempglass Southern, Grand Prairie, Texas 800-527-7375

Oldcastle Glass, Houston, Texas 800-392-9815

08 70 00 - HARDWARE

General: Provide heavy duty commercial Grade 1 quality hardware in locations as noted on drawings and/or Hardware Schedule, in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications and instructions, using templates provided.

Substitutions:

Provide as specified from approved manufacturers listed here or in Material Schedule on j drawings.

Finish: Factory finish, as specified below unless noted otherwise on the drawings (finish schedule).

Certification:ANSI A156.2, 1989, Series 4000 Grade 1.

Submittal: Provide a door hardware schedule organized by door hardware sets. Include description of each electrified door hardware function with sequence of operation. Also product data for each product and a sample of exposed finish for approval.

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Products:

Locksets/Latches:

Extra heavy duty commercial quality; function noted on schedule; Install strike box at all conditions.

Best

Finish: Noted on finish schedule

Lock Cylinders and Keying:

Interchangeable - core 6 pin tumbler lock cylinders and nickel silver keys. All cylinders to be from the same manufacturer.

Keying: Provide master and grand master capability. Provide with construction keying set up.

Owner to provide final keying after acceptance of building.

Electrical Push Button Security Locks:

Heavy duty lockset, lever handles, complying with ADA standards, key override coordinated with project’s keying systems cylinder; Schlage AD400 Series.

Finish: Select from standard to match locksets.

General Notes for all Electronic Hardware:

• Locknetics/Von Duprin (713-683-6400) Representative, Ingersoll Rand Safety & Security,

Houston

• Installation of electromagnetic locking system shall be by electrical contractor familiar with such installations.

• Provide fail-safe operation.

• Security alarm tie-in by others.

• Magnetic lock supplier to provide wiring diagrams and installation instructions for a fully operational system.

• See Section 28 13 19 – Access Control Monitoring.

Hinges, Butts and Pivots:

Full mortise, 5 knuckle, ball bearing type. Verify size of hinge with frame design requirements.

Provide 2 pair U.N.O., provide all stainless steel at exterior conditions U.N.O.; Hager,

McKinney, Stanley.

Finish: Factory finish to match frame U.N.O.

Closers: Application specific, must meet ADA requirements at interior conditions, exterior units adjustable to meet wind conditions, heavy duty.

Typical: Surface mounted for solid core wood or hollow metal doors; provide with hold open U.N.O.; LCN 4030 Series, on hinge or pull side; LCN 4130 Series, on stop side for

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reverse swing doors U.N.O. Provide all installation accessories required for frame attachment such as mounting plates.

Concealed: Mounted in frame head, at all aluminum and glass doors, U.N.O. LCN 2030

Series, requires minimum 1¾" frame.

Finish: Factory finished to match frame, U.N.O.

Fire Rated: Provide UL fire rating to match door.

Exit Devices:

Life safety or fire rated as noted on door schedule, with cylinder dogging to match keying system and appropriate strike:

Single Door:

Mortise type, Adams Rite 8400 Series (aluminum and glass doors) or 8300 Series (wood or

HM doors).

Double Doors:

Concealed vertical rod type, on both doors, interlocking door to frame; Adams Rite 8600

(aluminum and glass doors) or 8500 (wood or HM doors).

Standard Misc. items:

Provide the following design with finish exposed metal to match scheduled lockset finish, unless noted otherwise:

Stop: Wall type, one for each door leaf, equal to Ives WS 402.

Pulls: Back to back or concealed mounting on surface, 1" diameter bar, 10" center to center, grip off set design equal to Trimco #1191-3, Ives.

Flush Bolts:Top and bottom, size for top lever mechanism to be maximum 5'-6" above finished floor, provide with dust proof strike (#3910); equal to FB 458.

Semi-Automatic Flush Bolts:

Same requirements as flush bolts above except: use on inactive leaf, provide with trim kit equal to Ives FB 41P (wood doors), or FB 31P (metal doors)

Coordinator:

Use when automatic or semi-automatic flush bolts are specified; extend full width of door openings equal to Ives CONXFLX (2) MB2.

Silencers: Rubber; Provide at all hollow metal door frames; equal to Ives 64.

Viewer: View 132°, equal to super wide-angle viewer by Image Wonder Enterprises (877-966-

6473) – mount at 58” above finished floor.

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Roller Latch:

Heavy duty with strike plate, Ives RL 30.

Gasketing: Silicone, on all three sides; provide at exterior hollow metal door; paint to match frame; equal to zero.

Threshold: Set securely in full bed of sealant including end dams.

Submittal: Shop drawings.

Warranty: Provide five year warranty; provide special tools for adjusting hardware and instruction with demonstration of maintenance requirements.

08 80 00 – GLAZING

General: Glass and glass mirrors in locations as indicated on Plans. Provide safety glass where

Substitutions: indicated on Plans or where required by Code. Not all glazing types are applicable. Refer to

Plans.

Provide as specified from approved manufacturers listed here or in Material Schedule on drawings.

Thickness: As indicated on Plans. If not noted, provide thickness required by Building Code as to size and wind load.

Glass Color/Type:

Refer to Material Schedule on drawings for exact glass selection and tint color.

Materials: a. Exterior Glass: Minimum Requirements- 1" insulated, Low E, tinted, Fabricated by a PPG

Certified Fabricator. Provide a minimum .40 SHGC, and .70 U Factor. – Provide specific Glass

Noted on the Material Schedule. b. Interior Glass: Clear plate float glass. U.N.O. c. Spandrel Glass: Outside pane same as Exterior Glass with a ceramic fritted spandrel glass on the inside pane. Provide in heat strengthened or if necessary, tempered as required by code or glass manufacturer. U.N.O. d. Mirrors unframed: ¼” Thickness, unless noted otherwise, plate or float, Class 1, Mirror glazing quality, with electroplated Copper backing with paint coat. Provide written guarantee for 5 years against Silver spoilage. Round off and polish edges. Provide concealed fastening: Asphalt mirror setting cement approved by mirror manufacturer. e. Bullet Resistant Glass: Tested and listed by U.L. to standard 752-1980, 5th Edition,

Class 1, MPSA, U.N.O. 1-3/16” thickness, float glass, sandwiched with plastic, non-coated, clear - Intermediate vertical joints to be butt glazed and sealed. f. Safety Glass: Laminated or tempered glass complying with the Consumer Product Safety

Commision 16 CFR 1201 Safety Standards. Provide ¼” clear U.N.O. Use only compatible sealants recommended by the manufacturer to prevent glass damage. Permanently mark with certification label of SGCC.

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g. View Windows in Doors: ¼” tempered or laminated safety glass. Clear at interior doors; tinted to match exterior glazing at exterior doors. h. Decorative glass for interior windows and doors: ¼” (UNO) laminated glass with sandblast pattern, as manufactured by Imaging Sciences, LLC (440-975-9640), U.N.O. Provide samples for final design selection. i. Fire Rated Glass: Comply with NFPA 80; “FireLite” or “FireLite Plus” with the rating indicated on drawings, as manufactured by Technical Glass Products 800-426-0279 j. Glass Block: Pittsburgh Corning, of style and pattern and size indicated on Plans. Mortar color to be selected by Architect.

Submittal: Provide product data, including glass type, shading coefficient, percent visible light, thickness, and any special characteristics. Provide samples where noted.

Installation: a. Before installing, check setting to verify it is plumb and in a straight plane suitable for installation. Installation shall not cause any visible distortion regardless of viewing angle. b. Install with appropriate neoprene gaskets of cover to be selected by Architect. For exterior installation, provide watertight installation. c. For glass block, install with integral joint reinforcement, mortar, sealant and panel anchors.

Provide expansion strips at head and jambs. Set in full mortar bed. Provide horizontal reinforcement at 24 inches on center, lapping 6” minimum at splices. Strike joints smooth, tool concave. Apply sealants at expansion joints, heads, jambs. Set straight, true, and plumb. d. Install in strict accordance with shop drawings and manufacturer's recommendations using skilled installers. e. Remove improperly set, broken, cracked and unaccessible glass.

Cleaning: a. Remove excess compound and leave glass and surrounding areas clean. b. Clean glass and mirrors with non-staining solvent.

Warranty:

Special Warranty:

Manufacturer’s standard form, made out to Owner and signed by manufacturer, in which manufacturer agrees to furnish replacements with matching specifications, for units that deteriorate from normal use by developing defects attributable to the manufacturing process, f.o.b. the nearest shipping point to Project site, within warranty period. The Glazing Contractor shall replace the defective units at no cost to the Owner.

Laminated Glass:

Deterioration:

Edge separation, delamination that materially obstructs vision through glass, and blemishes exceeding those allowed by referenced laminated-glass standard.

Warranty Period:

To be 5 years from date of Substantial Completion.

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Insulation Glass:

Deterioration:

Failure of hermetic seal resulting in obstruction of vision by dust, moisture, or film on interior surfaces of glass.

Warranty Period:

To be 10 years from date of Substantial Completion.

Approved Glass Fabricators:

Craftsman Fabricated Glass – Houston

Vitro America – Houston

Arch Aluminum and Glass – Dallas

Old Castle Glass – Dallas

Vitro America – Dallas

Old Castle Glass – Wright City, Missouri

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DIVISION NINE - FINISHES

09 21 16 - GYPSUM BOARD ASSEMBLIES

General: Provide gypsum wall board system including metal edge and reveals as indicated on Plans and on the Partition Type Schedule sheet.

Substitutions:

Provide as specified from approved manufacturers listed here or in Material Schedule on drawings.

Materials: Provide materials equal to USG’s drywall/steel framed systems # SA923, complete with fasteners, joint treatment, accessories, texture (where indicated), and metal stud system for interior partitions (where indicated). All gypsum board is to be Type X, fire resistant. Provide water-resistant backing board as a substrate to tile and as noted.

Gypsum Board: U.S.G., Sheetrock Firecode

Water Resistant Board: USG, DUROCK, Multi-Purpose Cement Board; or G-P, Dens-Shield

Elevator Shafts: U.S.G., Shaft Wall

Exterior Sheathing: Georgia-Pacific, Dens-Glass Gold

Metal Reveals: Pittcon, Fry Reglet:

Corner and Trim: USG sheetrock brand paper-faced products.

Acoustical Sealant: USG sheetrock acoustical sealant.

Banker Support Post: RACO Manufacturing (713-957-0391)

Approved Manufacturers:

U.S.G. Corporation

Georgia Pacific Corporation

National Gypsum Co. (Gold Bond)

Temple Inland

Levels of Gypsum Finish:

Based on specification of gypsum association GA-214-96 standards and tolerances,

Level 3: At joints and angles, embed tape in joint compound and apply two separate coats of joint compound over joints, angles, fastener heads, and flanges of trim accessories. Panel surfaces and joint compound must be smooth and free of tool marks and ridges.

Level 4: At joints and angles, embed tape in joint compound and apply three separate coats of joint compound over joints, angles, fastener heads, and flanges of trim accessories. Panel surfaces and joint compound must be smooth and free of tool marks and ridges. Float out surface to level/straight finish at all wood millwork conditions such as base board, chairrail, and crown moulding.

Level 5: Finish must be equal to Level 4 (embedding coat and three finish coats) plus a skim coat over the entire gypsum board surface. Surfaces must be smooth and free of tool marks and ridges.

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Provide the following levels of gypsum finish as required by the use of the space or as noted on drawings:

Level 3: Storage rooms, Janitor’s closets, Mechanical/Electrical/Sprinkler Rooms, and Utility

Rooms.

Level 4: Use typically unless noted otherwise here or on drawings. Always use as minimum at millwork conditions.

Level 5: Lobby areas where noted, boardroom interior, accent walls or any walls where wall washer lights are directed (where noted on plans).

Sheathing: Where shown over metal framing, provide ½” by 24” x 4, 6 or 8 foot Georgia-Pacific "Dens-glass gold" or U.S.G. "Fiberock" applied in horizontal direction with fasteners @ 6” O.C. at perimeter edges and, 12” O.C. at intermediate framing. Tape and seal joints and fasteners. Note that sealed joints are required with Building Wrap (Re: Section 06 10 00) but are not required with

Membrane Dampproofing (Re: Section 07 11 19). Install sealant and tape as specified by

Georgia-Pacific for long-term joint protection.

Approved Materials: Dow # 795 sealant

Fire Resistance Rated Assembly:

Pecora AC 20 sealant

2” wide 10 x 10 self adhering fiber glass joint tape.

At locations shown on drawings, provide the assembly as described in UL’s Fire Resistance

Directory required for the hourly rating specified.

Acoustical Partitions:

At partition types noted as “Acoustical Assembly”, provide sound attenuation blankets as specified in Section 07 21 16 – Batt & Blanket Insulation. Also provide acoustical sealant and verify that all flanking situations such as between partitions and windows are closed off and sealed.

Acoustical Sealant:

Provide a bead of acoustical sealant at the perimeter edge of the panel surfaces on both sides of the assembly. Also required at gaps and around cutouts such as outlet boxes and duct or conduit penetrations.

Grid Suspension System:

A grid suspension system may be used for interior ceilings. It must meet ASTM 645, and be direct hung, composed of main beams and cross-furring members that interlock. System to be equal to USG – Drywall Suspension System.

Installation: Install in accordance with USG #SA 923 and SA 933 specifications. Examine substrate to which drywall is to be fastened. Remedy defects prior to installation. Any defects in the finished product due to misaligned framing or other cause shall be remedied. Do not install at

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less than 40°F room temperature. Temperatures for joint treatment and texturing shall be maintained between 50°F and 70°F for 48 hours prior to application and afterward until completely dry. Provide adequate ventilation.

Install at ceiling prior to walls. Use maximum lengths practical. Minimize end joints. Do not force edges into place. Keep edges minimum of ¼” off floors. Fill joint with acoustical sealant where noted. Install wall board at openings so that no end joint will align with corner of opening, unless control joint provided. Do not break face paper of wall board. Remove improperly driven screws.

Carry gypsum board to at least 4” above ceilings if not required to extend to deck above. Seal around structural members where extending to deck.

Board direction:

Horizontal or vertical to minimize end joints. When using vertical system, board needs to reach from floor to ceiling without horizontal joints.

Wet Areas: In areas where wetting potential is present such as restrooms, Janitors closets, etc. and as a substrate for tile, use water resistant board, with the required joint tape, corrosion resistant screws, and 20 gauge studs (min), per manufacturers recommendations. Use the water resistant board on all walls in the restrooms and janitors rooms and at all plumbing walls in other situations.

Note that Durock and Dens-Shield may require a skim coat on areas not covered with tile.

Joint locations:

End joints must occur at studs, unless concealed above ceiling. Stagger joints on opposite sides of same wall. Stagger joints of multiple layers.

Expansion joints:

Provide at structural expansion joints and where structural elements (slab, column, exterior wall) bear directly on non-load bearing partitions. Provide at long expanses as noted, or not to exceed 30 feet on center. If required then, provide at door jambs, extending from door head corners to ceiling (if door jamb extends from floor to ceiling, no joint is required). If not designated on Plans, provide ceiling expansion joints at 50 feet maximum on center (30 feet if no perimeter relief) and to limit gypsum board area to 2,500 SF.

Flexible Head Track:

When attaching to structure or deck, provide SLP-TRK slotted track by Sliptrack Systems Inc.

(530-662-2766) or superior SFT flex track by Delta Star, Inc. of Lynchburg, VA. or equal.

Banker Support Post:

At unsupported partitions provide a banker support post equal to an R-15, 14 gauge steel post as manufactured by RACO. Place at 5 foot intervals maximum and set with 4 expansion bolts,

U.N.O. Attach top rail to post. Posts shall be within stud area and not exposed to view.

Metal Edge: Provide paper faced metal or P.V.C. corner beads at outside corners and edges; edge trim where gypsum board abuts dissimilar material.

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Reveals: Provide Pittcon aluminum reveal shapes as shown on drawings.

Joint finish: Tape and float to make joint invisible when painted with no-texture paint. Above ceilings tape and fill, omit floating.

Finish Level:

AWCI (Association of The Wall and Ceiling Industries - International), Ceiling and Interior

Systems Construction Association, Gypsum Association, and Painting and Decorating

Contractors of America.

Acoustical Sealant:

Where noted and at sound rated partitions, provide acoustical sealant, non-hardening, nonstaining.

Screw stud system:

Galvanized, Type 1 aluminized, or galvaline steel, studs of width indicated, with matching track. Drywall screws: Type "S" of appropriate length, 3/8”, pan head.

Tolerances: Any nicks, bumps, out of level or out of plumb areas, visually detectable, must be corrected.

Walls: maximum deviation from vertical is 3/8”.

Bumps in board:1/8” in 24” maximum.

Corners: maximum out-of-square: 3/16” in 16”.

Framing:within 1/8” in 10’ of true vertical and horizontal.

09 30 00 – TILING

General: Provide a complete tile installation where noted on Plans and described herein. Use antifracture membrane under all floor tile.

The following documents govern the Work except where more restrictive items are specified:

1. "Handbook for Ceramic Tile Installation", latest edition, by Tile Council of America.

2. ANSI 137.1 "Specifications for Ceramic Tile".

3. ANSI A108.5 "Installation of Ceramic Tile with Dry-Set Cement Mortar".

Products: See Construction Drawings and Material Schedule for manufacturer, type and color. Provide all necessary trim shapes to terminate tile with a bullnose or eased edge, cove base, rounded external corners, and square internal vertical corners. Seal all floor grout.

Submittals: For tile and grout: Provide product data, manufacturer’s installation instructions, and samples at each color/finish.

For anti-fracture membrane: Provide product data.

Conventional setting bed materials:

1. Portland Cement: ASTM C150.Type 1

2. Hydrated Lime: ASTM C205/C207, Type S

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3. Sand: ASTM C144, White typically. Sand shall pass through 1/16 mesh for grout.

4. Water: Potable, clean.

5. Reinforcing: Galvanized mesh from ASTM A82 wire to ASTM A185.

Specification: 2 2w 0.05 x W1, or 1½ x 2 W 0.05 x W1.

Thin Set Materials:

1. Laticrete: 4237 with Laticrete 211 Crete Filler Powder.

Grout: Floor: Latapoxy SpectraLOCK PRO grout

Base: Latapoxy SpectraLOCK PRO grout

Walls:

Anti Fracture Membrane:

Latapoxy SpectraLOCK PRO grout

Laticrete Blue 92 anti-fracture membrane system with compatible adhesive/solvent and sealers.

Installation: Installation per Tile Council of America, 1991 handbook for ceramic tile installation, #F-113-91, and manufacturers' instructions and recommendations. Do not bridge expansion joints, sawcuts and cold joints. Interrupt pattern at such points and joint grout with silicone grout of matching color. At thin set method prepare substrate to a dry smooth surface with no more than 1/8 inch in 8 feet and 1/16 inch in 3 feet variation. Allow 24 hours minimum solvent evaporation before grouting.

Conventional bed method:

Float-substrate with a no more variation than ½ inch per 10 feet. Provide 1 layer mesh with minimum 3 inch laps. Setting bed to be 1 part cement to 6 parts damp sand per volume.

Layout: Lay out Work with full tile or joint centered on each wall, with minimum number of tiles less than half width. File cut edges smooth and even. Align joints in all directions where possible.

Clean-up: Clean all floors thoroughly, removing excess Grout.

Seal: Seal grout joints

General: Provide complete wall installation system on the exterior for setting ceramic tile or other veneers such as: stone, slate, marble, porcelain, etc.

Product: Laticrete system (800-243-4788).

System: Thin veneer over stud wall framing.

A. Over structural stud wall and sheathing, apply exterior cement backer board.

B. Over A install Laticrete 9235 Waterproof Membrane (omit for interior installations).

C. Over B install Laticrete 4237 Latex Thin Set Mortar Additive with 211 Crete Filler Powder

(use Laticrete 3030 Mega-Bond for Porcelain tile).

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D. Over C install tile or stone veneer.

E. Grout joints with Laticrete SpectraLOCK PRO grout, U.N.O.. (see Schedule for color selection)

Submittals: Provide product information and grout color samples.

Installation: Set tile in strict accordance with manufacturer's instructions. Verify substrate preparation prior to beginning work. Unacceptable conditions shall be remedied before proceeding. Install by those authorized by the manufacturer to install their product.

Installation by those proficient at task.

Warranty: Provide a written and dated Manufacturer's Five (5) year warranty for the installation, covering replacement labor and materials.

09 51 00 - ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS

General: Provide suspended ceiling grid and board/tile where noted on drawings.

Substitutions:

Ceiling Grid:

Provide as specified from approved manufacturers listed here or in Material Schedule on drawings.

Module: 2’ x 2’, 2’ x 4’, 48” x 48” or as indicated in Construction Drawings.

Materials: Interior non-fire rated, lay-in:

- Donn DX, Flat White, unless noted otherwise.

Interior fire rated, lay-in:

- Donn DXL, Flat White, unless noted otherwise.

Exterior lay-in:

- Donn ZXLA, galvanized steel tee with aluminum cap and hold down clips, Flat White, unless noted otherwise.

Interior concealed:

- Donn DX concealed.

Drywall suspension system:

- Donn Rigid X.

Submittal: Provide product data with acoustical information, size, and color.

Manufacturer:

U.S.G. Interiors, Inc. U.N.O.

Ceiling Tiles:

Refer to Interior Material Schedule in drawings.

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Extra Stock:

Provide one unopened box of each type of ceiling tile for the Owner’s attic stock.

Installation: #12 galvanized wire at 4' O.C. along main runners. Connect securely to structure above.

Each hanger capable of supporting 200#. Set level using laser equipment. See plans for layout, heights and reference points. Contractor shall open up ceiling system to allow his subcontractors and those assigned by the tenant to install owner furnished equipment (N.I.C.) in a timely manner.

Provide hold down clips at fire rated and exterior system. Provide adequate support for lay-in light fixtures from grid.

09 51 13 - ACOUSTICAL PANEL CEILINGS

General: Provide acoustical ceiling panel system where shown on drawings complete with Techstyle

Classic floating Trims.

Product: “Techstyle” acoustical ceilings as manufactured by Hunter Douglas (Specified Interiors, Inc.

Tony Boxell, 281-469-8073) using standard 15/16” commercial T-grid. Provide ¼” reveal between panels. Cut from 48” x 48” panels as shown on drawings.

Warranty: Ten year manufacturer’s warranty.

Submittal: Product data information and layout shop drawings showing mounting and installation details.

09 53 00 - ACOUSTICAL CEILING SUSPENSION ASSEMBLIES

General: Provide suspended ceiling grid and board/tile where noted on drawings.

Substitutions:

Provide as specified from approved manufacturers listed here or in Material Schedule on drawings.

Ceiling Grid:

Module: 2’ x 2’, 2’ x 4’, 48” x 48” as indicated in Construction Drawings.

Materials: Interior non-fire rated, lay-in:

- Donn DX, Flat White, unless noted otherwise.

Interior fire rated, lay-in:

- Donn DXL, Flat White, unless noted otherwise.

Exterior lay-in:

- Donn ZXLA, galvanized steel tee with aluminum cap and hold down clips, Flat White, unless noted otherwise.

Interior concealed:

- Donn DX concealed.

Drywall suspension system:

- Donn Rigid X.

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Submittal: Provide product data with acoustical information, size, and color.

Manufacturer:

U.S.G. Interiors, Inc. U.N.O.

Ceiling Tiles:

Refer to Interior Material Schedule in drawings.

Extra Stock:

Provide one unopened box of each type of ceiling tile for the Owner’s attic stock.

Installation: #12 galvanized wire at 4' O.C. along main runners. Connect securely to structure above.

Each hanger capable of supporting 200#. Set level using laser equipment. See plans for layout, heights and reference points. Contractor shall open up ceiling system to allow his subcontractors and those assigned by the tenant to install owner furnished equipment (N.I.C.) in a timely manner.

Provide hold down clips at fire rated and exterior system. Provide adequate support for lay-in light fixtures from grid.

09 65 00 - RESILIENT FLOORING

Vinyl Composition

Tile: Refer to Material Schedule and Drawings

Static Dissipative

Tile: Refer to Material Schedule and Drawings

Resilient

Base: Refer to Material Schedule and Drawings

Resilient

Edge Strip: At carpet to VCT or concrete: Roppe tile Joiner #50, color to be selected.

Adhesives,

As recommended by flooring manufacturers. primers:

Renovation

Preparation: After removal of existing flooring, sand to a smooth substrate free of paints, oils, waxes and sealers. Per manufacturer recommendations.

Submittal: Product literature and sample for approval. Also provide maintenance instructions.

Installation: Allow all materials and adhesives to acclimate to the enviroment a minimum of 40 hours prior to installation. Fit joints tightly. Install edge strips at dissimilar flooring material junctions. Use pre-molded sections of base at internal and external counters and exposed ends.

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Extra Stock: Provide minimum 10% extra in containers for each type and color used.

Protection: Protect from rolling loads for at least 48 hours after installation.

Clean-Up: Clean, wax, and buff according to manufacturer's recommendations.

Additional Requirements For Static Dissipative Tile:

Preperation: Measure Humidity and pH levels in subfloor in compliance with the following standards:

1. ASTM F 1869, Anhydrous Calcium Chloride test for Moisture levels. The maximum allowable readings are: a. 5lbs/1,000 sq. ft./24 hours (2.26 kg/92.9 sq. m/24 hours) for the AD-

555SF adhesive; b. 3lbs/1,000 sq. ft./24 hours (1.36 kg/92.9 sq. m/24 hours) for the AD-333 adhesive.

2. ASTM F 2170 Relative Humididty (RH) test using in situ probes. The maximum allowable reading is 75% RH.

3. ASTM F 710, pH levels (test procedure 5.3.1). The reading should be between 8 and 10;

4. The ASTM test frequency recommendation is 3 measures for the first 1,000 sq. ft.

(92.9 sq. m) and one measure for each additional 1,000 sw. ft. (92.9 sq. m)

Ensure moisture, relative humidity, and pH tests have been conducted and meet manufacturers recommendation

Adhesives: Use either american biltrite AD-333 or AD-555SF conductive adhesives per manufacturer recommendation

Ground Floor: Install copper tape to subfloor prior to spreading adhesive. Install around perimeter of room at 16’ intervals max. Connect copper tape to connector collar and secure to gound on nearest electrical outlet per manufacturers instructions

09 68 00 – CARPETING

General: Comply with the National Fire Protection Association Life Safety Code for interior finishes and

Substitutions: satisfy State and local flame resistance and smoke development requirements for interior finishes.

Provide as specified here or in Material Schedule on drawings.

Materials: See Finish and Material Schedules and Drawings

Preparation:

Remove existing flooring and adhesives. Sand for smooth substrate free of oils paints, waxes, sealers. Broom or vacuum clean prior to installation.

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Installation: In accordance with manufacturer's instructions and recommendations.

Mix and apply adhesives following manufacturers instructions, observing recommended trowel notching, spread rates and open times.

Provide carpet in minimum 12’ widths between seams. Layout to accomplish minimum number of seams. Do not cross seams through doorways. Break seams centered under doors in closed position.

Submit seaming layout plan to Architect for review. Additional seams not permitted. Carpet shall be free of wrinkles, bulges, lumps and all seams shall be properly cut and buttered with special seam adhesive to make tight, invisible joints. Provide metal edge, reducer strips or marble threshold as noted on drawings, at dissimilar floor finishes.

Extra Stock:

Provide 5% extra stock of each type of carpet from same mill run as installed carpets. Wrap for protection, identify, and deliver to tenant. This does not included scraps or pieces less than the normal roll width.

Clean Up: After installation is completed, carpet manufacturer shall provide one of his representatives to thoroughly instruct tenant in care and maintenance of carpet.

Warranty: Provide manufacturer's standard written wear warranty associated with specified product.

09 72 00 - WALL COVERINGS

Products: See Finish and Material Schedules and drawings for types and manufacturers.

Substitutions:

Provide as specified here or in Material Schedule on drawings.

Sealers and Adhesives:

Product shall be mildew resistant and non-staining to the wallcovering. Use “Shieldz Plus”

Preparation: mildew-proof wall covering primer and “Sure-grip Plus” mildew-proof adhesive, both by Zinsser

Co. Inc. (713) 469-8100.

Remove any existing wallcovering. Prepare substrate as recommended by manufacturer, dry, clean, free of dust, spots or any imperfections which may telegraph through finished work.

Size substrate per manufacturer’s recommendations. Remove wallcovering materials from packaging and allow to acclimatize to the area of installation 24 hours prior to application.

Installation: Install all work in strict accordance with manufacturer's recommendations.

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Install panels vertically without end joints. Place continuously over internal and external corners. No joints within 6" of corners or frame openings. No horizontal joints permitted.

Place panels consecutively in order they are cut from rolls, including filling of spaces above or below openings as required. Hang by reversing alternate strips except on matte patterns.

Extra Stock:

Remove switch, wall plates and wall mounted fixtures and cut wallcovering evenly to rough openings.

Provide tenant with a minimum of 10% additional unused stock for each type/pattern used.

Wrap for protection and attach manufacturers identifying label and architects mark for coordination.

Submittal: Provide 12” x 12” samples of each type and color, including the reference designation and manufacturer’s installation instructions. Provide copies of material data sheets (including adhesive system) and maintenance instructions for wallcoverings, including manufacturers recommended cleaning materials and application methods, and precautions in use of cleaning materials detrimental to surfaces if improperly applied.

09 90 00 - PAINTING AND COATING

General: Prepare surface and apply paint and coating with color and manufacturer noted on the finish schedule, for the substrate listed below. Perform work in strict accordance with manufacturer’s specifications. Provide primer, under coat and finish coats from the same manufacturer. All finished surfaces shall be painted unless they are natural finishes, prefinished or noted otherwise. Paints shall contain Mildew Inhibitors from the manufacturer.

Submittals and Samples:

Submit product data sheets for each paint type and 12” x 12” samples (2 minimum) for

Substitutions: approval. Then paint one sample wall (10’ x 10’ nominal) using each applicable finish, for approval before commencing the project.

Provide as specified here or in Material Schedule on drawings.

Surface Preparation:

Per current issue of Sherwin Williams specifications for painting and coatings system guide.

Verify that all surface blemishes are corrected and surfaces have been properly sanded and cleaned prior to finishing.

Application: Apply per Sherwin Williams specifications. Do not apply finishes to surfaces that are not dry.

Sand lightly between coats, then clean, to achieve required finish. Paint shall be evenly spread, smooth, without runs, sags, curtains, or other evidence of poor application. Paint items visible through grilles or louvers with flat black. Paint underside of cabinetry knee space and cleats. Only items that can be removed such as doors, louvers, etc. should be spray painted.

Pavement Marking:

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Provide two coats of paint, white, U.N.O.

Drywall: Refer to Section 09 21 16 for the Level of Finish requirements of the drywall in preparation for the paint finish. Unless noted otherwise, the texture of the paint finish is to be “Fine Orange

Peel” and the gloss range is to be “Eggshell”. All finish coats shall be applied with a roller.

Submit sample of finish to Architect for approval.

Under VWC: Provide two coats of primer sealer.

Items to be Painted: Includes, but is not limited to:

- Exposed gypsum board

- Plywood at data/electrical room

- All exposed wood trim

- Wood shelving at closets and janitor’s closets, U.N.O.

- Exterior wall mounted electrical boxes and conduit (to match the color of the wall)

- Fire extinguisher cabinets (to match the color of the wall)

- Louvers at exterior walls (to match the color of the wall)

- Exposed misc. metal and structural steel: lintels, steel stairs, handrails, reveals, bollards, hinge posts at dumpster gate. Refer to Section 05 50 00 for metal class schedule of items.

- Exposed metal flashing (to match adjacent material) unless indicated differently on documents

- Hollow metal doors and frames

- Concrete masonry unit walls

- Paint unfinished items including exterior electrical conduit and boxes, rails, bollards, etc.

- Paint items visible through grilles or louvers with flat black.

Repaint/Touch-up:

Extra Stock:

Repaint the entire wall (corner to corner) when touch-up or repainting is required.

Upon completion of work, provide 1 full gallon of each color, type and sheen of paint used.

Clearly label with content and application location. Submit list of extra stock, their location, and documentation of Owner’s receipt with close-out documents.

Coating Schedule:

Based on Sherwin Williams. Prepare surface as noted in system guide above.

Exterior Systems:

Substrate

Masonry, Stucco:

C.M.U.:

Concrete Walls:

Coat

1

2

3

1

2

3

1

Primer Top Coat

Loxon Masonry Primer

Loxon Block Surfacer

Loxon Masonry Primer

DFT/MILS(Minimum Required)

3.1

A-100 Satin Latex House & Trim

A-100 Satin Latex House & Trim

A-100 Satin Latex House & Trim

A-100 Satin Latex House & Trim

1.5

1.5

3.1

1.5

1.5

3.1

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Concrete Floors:

Parking Lot Striping:

(Concete)

Galvanized Iron:

(Typical)

Galvanized Iron

Or Aluminum: 1

(Accent Items Where Noted) 2

3

3

1

2

2

2

3

1

2

Exposed Steel:

(Typical)

Exposed Steel:

(Shop Painted Accent Items

Where Noted)

Over prefinished fluorocarbon,

Silicon Polyester and Polyester

Polymer or previously painted

Hard surfaces:

Interior Systems:

Substrate

Wood; Opaque:

Wood-Transparent:

Millwork, Wood;

Transparent:

Millwork, Wood;

Opaque:

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1

2

3

1

2

3

1

2

2

3

Coat

1

1

2

3

A-100 Satin Latex House & Trim

A-100 Satin Latex House & Trim

Tile-Clad II Epoxy

Tile-Clad II Epoxy

Cure & Age Substrate

ProMar Alkyd Zone Marking Paint 7.5

DTM Acrylic Primer/Finish

DTM Acrylic Gloss

DTM Acrylic Gloss

Sher-Cryl HPA

Sher-Cryl HPA

Sher-Clear IK

KEM Bond HS Primer

DTM Acrylic Gloss

DTM Acrylic Gloss

Recoatable Epoxy Primer

Hi-Solid Polyurethane

Hi-Solid Polyurethane

1.5

1.5

4.0

4.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

2.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

5.0

3.0

3.0

Bond-Plex water base Acrylic Coating 3.0

Bond-Plex water base Acrylic Coating 3.0

Primer & Top Coat

PrepRite Wall and Wood

DFT/MILS

Pro Classic Waterborne Acrylic Semi-Gloss

Pro Classic Waterborne Acrylic Semi-Gloss

1.9

2.0

1.2

S-W Oil Stain (Omit if Clear)

Varnish, Sanding Sealer

Oil Base Varnish, Satin

N.A.

1.0

1.0

A.W.I. Finish System #2, Catalyzed Lacquer

A.W.I. Finish System #9, Opaque Lacquer

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Acoustical Tile:

Gypsum Board:

Masonry:

Galvanized Metal:

Structural Steel: 1

Misc. Steel and Hollow metal: 2

Plaster:

3

1

2

3

1

2

1

2

3

1

2

3

3

1

2

Pro Green 200 Wall Primer 1.1

Pro Green 200 Latex Flat Wall Paint 1.2

Pro Green 200 Primer/surfacer

Pro Green 200 Latex Eg-Shell

Pro Green 200 Latex Eg-Shell

1.1

1.0

1.0

Loxon Block Surfacer 3.1

Pro Green 200 Latex Eg-Shel Enamel 1.5

Pro Green 200 Latex Eg-Shel Enamel 1.5

Pro Cryl Primer 3.0

Pro Green 200 Latex Gloss Enamel 2.0

Pro Green 200 Latex Gloss Enamel 2.0

Pro Cryl Primer 3.0

Pro Industrial 0 VOC Acrylic Gloss 2.0

Pro Industrial 0 VOC Acrylic Gloss 2.0

Prep Rite Masonry Primer 2.0

Pro Green 200 Latex Eg. Shel Enamel 1.5

Pro Green 200 Latex Eg. Shel Enamel 1.5

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DIVISION TEN - SPECIALTIES

10 22 27 - FOLDING PANEL PARTITIONS

General: Provide all labor and materials to complete the operable partition system shown on the drawings.

Product: "Acousti-seal", Model 932, steel operable wall, single panel system, by Modernfold, Inc.

Acoustical rating: 50 STC (per ASTM E-91)

Panels: 3.25" thick; custom width between 3' and 4', steel frame with no exposed edge trim.

Panel skin: Class "A" rated tackable moisture resistant gypsum board composite layers continuously bonded to the panel frame.

Fabric Finish: Interior Materials Schedule – color selection as noted on I.W. drawings.

Sound Seals: Vertical interlocking sound seals.

Horizontal top seals of extruded vinyl

Horizontal bottom floor seals – Automatic operable seals providing 1" operating clearance and shall drop automatically when panel is in position.

Suspension #17, suspended from structure by two 0.38" treaded rods. Mill finished exposed track for lay-in ceiling.

Carrier System: to have rotating steel ball bearings for single panel system.

Submittal: Shop drawings fully describing partition fabrication, layout and installation. Include details of track, trolleys, hardware etc. Indicate loading imposed on structure and all anchorage, accessory items, caulking and finishes.

Installation: By authorized factory trained installer, in accordance with approved shop drawings, ASTM

E557 installation procedures, and manufacturer's standard drawings, specifications, instructions and recommendations.

Warranty: Provide a five year, no dollar limit, labor and materials warrantee in writing from date of substantial completion.

10 44 00 - FIRE PROTECTION SPECIALTIES

General: Provide fire extinguisher and cabinet; allow one for each 2,000 SF of building minimum. Verify locations with Architect, and coordinate with local fire inspector. Follow requirements of NFPA

10, 2007 Edition. Fire extinguisher cabinet shall be metal construction and not lockable.

Extinguishers shall be installed no more than 75 feet from any point in the building. Coordinate painting of cabinet with Section 09 90 00.

Submittal: Product data.

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Products: As manufactured by Larsen's Manufacturing Company

Extinguisher:

Tri-Class (ABC) Dry Chemical 5 lb., fire extinguisher, with UL Rating 2A10BC, one per location

Cabinet: Architectural series, model no. 2409-5R, semi-recessed, square trim, white, solid door.

Provide with horizontal die cut letters shipped loose for field application. (black).

Location: If there is an elevator equipment room, provide one extinguisher with wall mounting bracket.

Installation: Install cabinet in 4" recess. Paint cabinet to match adjacent wall finish per Section 09 90 00

(U.N.O.) and apply horizontal die cut letters per manufacturer’s instructions.

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DIVISION ELEVEN - EQUIPMENT

11 31 00 - APPLIANCES

General: Provide complete, where noted on Plans.

Not all appliances listed below are used on Project.

Provide filler box below items noted with asterisk (*) so the top of the unit will match top of cabinets at about 32 ½ “ AFF. Filler box finish to match cabinets.

If appliance has been discontinued, provide equal or better from the same manufacturer.

Submittal: Product data for coordination of size, color, and electrical/mechanical/plumbing connections.\

Substitutions:

Provide as specified here or in Material Schedule on drawings.

Supplies: Appliances may be purchased through Manna Distributors, Rick Nahman 713.977.3318

Product: See plans for appliance mark.

Finish: Stainless Steel

UR-1: Undercounter refrigerator (24”W/32”H/24”D)

- U-Line Model ADA 24R Stainless Steel

UR-2: Undercounter refrigerator (19" W/ 19 1/2” H/ 18”D) *

- Haier 1.7 Cu. Ft. compact refrigerator Model HNSB02BB

URI-1: Undercounter refrigerator/icemaker (24”W/ 34”H/ 24" D)

- U.Line Model CO 2175FS-00 4.2CF (requires water feed)

URI-2: Undercounter refrigerator/icemaker (22" W/ 29”H/ 24” D) *

- U.Line Model C029FF 2.1 CF (requires water feed)

URF-1: Undercounter refrigerator/freezer (24"W/ 34 ½” H/ 24” D)

- U.Line Model CO 2175DWR 3CF/2CF (Drawer type)

IM-1: Undercounter icemaker (24” W/ 29” H/ 24”D)

- Hoshizaki Model AM-50BAE-AD with optional pump (Water and Drain Required)

IM-2: Undercounter icemaker (15”W/28”H/ 20”D) *

- U.Line Model BI-98, 25 Lbs (Water Required-No Drain)

IM-3: Undercounter icemaker (15”W/ 34 ½”H/ 24”D) *

- U.Line Model BI-2115, 25 Lbs (Water Required-No Drain)

IM-4: Icemaker (16 1/2”W/ 32”H/ 24”D)

-

Hoshizaki Model DCM-270BAH

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IM-5: Undercounter Icemaker (14.55”W x 31.5”H x 22.05”D)

Follett 7 series ADA

R-1 Refrigerator (30”W/ 66 5/8”H/ 31”D)

- Whirlpool #EL88TRRWS, 17.7 CF

RF-1: Refrigerator/freezer (36"W/ 68”H/ 32” D)

- G.E. #GTS22KBP, 21.7 CF

RFI-1: Refrigerator/freezer/icemaker (33”W/ 68”H/ 32”D)

- G.E. #PTS22LCS, 21.7 CF (Water Required)

RFID-1: Refrigerator/top freezer/icemaker/internal water dispenser (38”W/ 69”H/ 32”D)

- G.E. #PTS25SHSSS, 24.6 CF (Water Required) (Stainless Steel)

RSID-1: Side/Side refrig/freezer/icemaker/water dispenser (36”W/ 70”H/ 29”D)

- G.E. #GSC23LGQ, 22.7 CF (Water Required)

RSID-2: Side/Side refrig/freezer/icemaker/water dispenser (36"W/ 70”H/ 34” D)

- G. E. #PSS26NHP, 25.5 CF (Water Required)

RSID-3: Side/Side refrig/freezer/icemaker/water dispenser (35 7/16”W/ 69 1/4”H/ 34 1/8”D)

- Whirlpool #WSF26C2EXF (Water Required)

MW-1: Microwave (24”W x 14”H x 19” D)

- G. E. #JEB1860, 1.8 CF, 1100 Watt

MW-2: Microwave (Convection oven) (36”W x 16”H x 15” D)

- G. E. #JVM3670SK, 1.8 CF

DW-1: Dishwasher (24 1/2”W/ 34 ½”H/ 24”D)

- G. E. Model #GLD6800N (Stainless Steel)

DW-2: Dishwasher (24”W/ 32 ½ ”H/ 24”D)

- GE Model #GLDA696PSS

OR-1: Oven / Range (30”W/ 36”H/ 27 ½”D)

- G.E. Model #JS 968 TK

RG-1: 2 Burner Range (17”W/ 3”H/ 21”D)

- Kitchen Aid Model #KECC 056 RBL Black

VH-1: Vent Hood (30”W/ 5”H/ 20”D)

- G.E. Model #JV535H

MVH-1: Microwave Vent Hood (30”W/ 17”H/ 16”D)

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-

G.E. Model #JVM2070SK (Stainless Steel)

WC-1: Wine Cooler (

24"W/ 23 1/4"D/ 34"H)

- U.Line Model # 2275ZWC Stainless Steel

-

WD-1: Warming Drawer (30”W/10 ½”H/23 ¾”D)

- G.E. Model #PTD915SMSS

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DIVISION TWELVE - FURNISHINGS

12 36 00 – STONE COUNTERTOPS

MARBLE AND GRANITE TOPS

General: Provide marble and/or granite for counter tops where indicated on Plans.

Substitutions:

Provide as specified from approved manufacturers listed here or in Material Schedule on drawings.

Submittal/Appearance:

Provide shop drawings showing sizes, joint layout, thickness, finish, fastening methods.

Arrange units so graining direction, color, and markings match adjacent units. Lay-out units prior to installation for Architect approval.

Product: See Material Schedule for Marble type. Provide ¾” thickness, U.N.O. Follow joint pattern shown on Plans, or if not indicated, provide largest units possible to minimize joints. Field measure for final dimensions. See Plans for edge details. At ends, hold back ¼” from abutting walls. Finish reveal (color by Architect). Provide 1/8” eased edges at corners. Finish: Clear

Resin filled cells, polished, with clear protective sealer.

Installation: Bed in organic adhesive or Plaster-of-Paris. Grout with silicone sealant., color to match stone.

Remove excess grout and dirt in appropriate manner. No acid cleaning allowed. Set true, straight and level. Install free of scratches, nicks, discolorations and other product faults not acceptable to Architect. Finish with protective sealer and protect before and after installation.

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DIVISION THIRTEEN - SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION

NOT USED

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DIVISION FOURTEEN - CONVEYING EQUIPMENT

NOT USED

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DIVISION 21 – FIRE SUPRESSION

ISSUED ON MEP DRAWINGS

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DIVISION 22 – PLUMBING

ISSUED ON MEP DRAWINGS

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DIVISION 23 – HEATING, VENTILATING, AND AIR CONDITIONING

ISSUED ON MEP DRAWINGS

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DIVISION 26 – ELECTRICAL

ISSUED ON MEP DRAWINGS

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DIVISION 27 – COMMUNICATIONS

NOT USED

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DIVISION 28 – ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY

NOT USED

DIVISION 31 – EARTHWORK

NOT USED

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DIVISION 32 – EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS

NOT USED

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DIVISION 33 – UTILITIES – MEP ITEMS

NOT USED

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