uRvKuw HEREIN Oft INDICATION ON THE DRAWINGS OF ARTICLES, MATERIALS, OPERA-
TUOM, OR MVMK DK3 RSQUIECS THAT THE CONTRACTOR PROVIDE EACH ITEM MENTIONED
OR INDICAT21 oF P QUALITY OR SUBJECT TO QUAuFICATJON8 NOTED); PERORflW (ACCORD.-
LuG O TO OOwCN'tia STATED) EACH OPERATION PRESCRIBED; AND PROVIDE THERE-
MORS ALL NECnI5ARY LABOR, EQUIPMENT AND INCIDENTALS. THE "GENERAL
CONDITIONS". DMUH It APPLY TO ALL WORK OF THE DIVISIONS THAT FULWOW.
THESE SPECIFICATKDW AND THE ACCOMPANYING DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF SER-
VICE. AIRS TUE POVE5RTY Or THE ARCHITECT, MUST BE RETURNED TO HIM WHEN NO
mIMan OF Ur1E ON THE BUILDUIX, AND MUST NOT BE DUPUCATED OR COPIED WITHOUT
PE0r011rmM Or THE ARCHITECT.
GENERAL CONDITIONS DWIWIIN 1
Art. 4 eoradl CgeftMin: The 'l3umral Conditioan s ofth Contract for the Construction of
Md- 9 SadaWFord mbr fgA mter A crianI situte of Arcbhitct, 11 EdItfon, Art. 1-44
itsiash sean a part of thi sspzoeifiatio nad may be examined inb th General Coatractor's office.
Art. 4 4 la 1 N: Th Gessral Comirator mdall other Conracors shall ooordmaids their
wuk wSt ad s.r a4somet work as to faellibi dthe prgress of ths job. Eachtrade shall Iafford
ovM rafte Inlis reasonabM eap oporkfy for the otfSUUs d Heir respective work and for ths
Awage of mabralas.
Ar.l 4 W4an a paidcalar syeftm, product or mbrial is specified by nameg, it
wv e u a -a a rd-basis of biddling. An otbr proein or malasrial eqw ia n1
rm ip momb mq besurMotlism d r s s hier do s r oouMosi: (1) to Isur e former bais of bld-
ding tb Ca-I -,shed bow his peq.d on the partalar systae, product or malarial spool-
1 f1d, o ( 10 Ca6r0* sK bu b h10 Mertm of prole, at 9time of sutbmitting same, a
sepasple abosd Mpm whkh 40 be Ursl ts partiar u system, product or mastri tat ha die -
saro. M tosMies, ai d dkvo* irtyip i ss e uch ib th eamaou tat bhe will add or doket
rom hbs bbas ealAmae 9 ae sepIs approvemd by lies Arohtet and Ownsr prior to ths signing
ofl the oetaiLSk eveL SU binos so miltbkd shall Include any and all ad sta of that or other
weaft onedw skee 469.
Art.6 49 s Mt Wr&aMoa: alies and regulations of local and Stab authorities shall take
p amomde ons r tevr so drawingssail snpecfIoatimns.
Art. 49 Ma ba t Detsin: All l uuufaersd articles, materials. and equipment shall
be allied, Istalled, and .oinselsd as diroted by the iaufaetrr unless hereinspeipofied to
Art. GrO004, LimaA Level*, asie v OwnrO w r wll lstabulib Hte s lot Itm, restrltlmss
awd a 1sk-ah mark. Al other tims e all hb eetabIlahed aand mainined by the Gensral Cotractor.
Tbh C6raoer Wall vetry al lins and grades shown te *dodawlngs and be shall report any
lmmutsy In l tik e abov to tso Aribset la writing before ommoening work.
Art. I1 jb: All labor shalt be por6rmw IN the beat and most workamnlike mananr by
8 h d U*II Intheir -tr 1k. The otftwrds of the work throughout shall be of such gade as
wil ltifrt nearly l first dar" aoly.
Art- "2 Pa*t.:: ThelGeneral Cmdra shall securem and pay for the Bilding Permit. The Co-
1ree.br 80i1 sewe all acortifloasla of hispeSl and Ococpancy that may be required by those
A14- TAWS= f TONS CGKtasw shall pm& and maintain a temporary toilet loeat-
ad wheve 1dou.s
Ar 4N w e: All malerltal shall be delivered, stored,
al S. a ml pn41 th V 1111- f--lp mrutias and damag by water and break-
al. PmbI uid ANa .Wa hs ab011 IN their origlnal PamPsWWI ready for use. Materials
dNWW aul hi be r r)oesa A. A abrials a hLU be Ofreaspetive qaWti speciied hersa.
Arg. U J-- 4j T-Ihs- hM. bw and Wab: The ClrkAetwr shl mNO Wan ft m
tm sabwrdr he+ temoraCrry piw, o slsIYph Hand Wakr sai pay 4 l esmups cunested
Af t "3 l 220=:The CtN r 11111 saubmit wit lsuch pr Squteass as to cae so delay
is 11 wuk18 W 44 Or 6 .e 60d WrMilr', three m(S )spies of all sh"p drawingss ad .dmbis
P*gdf t 1W As al Yr fd' trs mi AraMot for apfro rl. IertaW i ndor spool-
ItOr Sbfa a f414P 6Saa1101 the C.asr tshoal lake aN OW t6a0e from tdo approved
*.ut, s O Wd umpia sre by th Arelfte, if ay.
ArL. S ftd g tJgi: t emip al v m acttions that d work is r4 for br in-
apes"thae mi i o Ashlbltprealoy make such an hapsetem and whomt finds
411 a1 9 W"& I**t b111 C1 at1 a h M e IMCeraet l y perfermdt the Arobilet shall
Vm!NO* OwN110 68 1110 11i1 OUff. MOMer ts sm of the Mel dartilflet, the COMMraeteR
sU Mm als .ami t se-.a al I te- c er .wtdeesa at stsry to Archi&-"t th&&2-ol pay-
tell, mu.tmIbis -AU edotr bbs rsrs cemmotd wlth the mrk have bee paid.
Art. 562Lur lm~b.ELz the r er, wtHbr IUSadtIng the CIIostt may ocr detr ea ork
o ur m l ye by albterng arh to or dledenii from the, wes, this Cetract urn beig ad-
)bdl aeeeillii~y. AUt mursh workr shaLlI he rnrmd Inr the .md~ltlm. dthe oiginl osnra
semept tb-l my shim for .asste of time amed thsrsby shall e ajudstd at the timr .1 order-
la much ehags. AUl .bmp orders sad adjustmerss shall be In wrlting and raproved by the Omier,
ebtrwlmsso olaam Ia saneu will his, almlod.
Art. 1Se I n t h Frashd Am the Cstae: At the omupltla.ofts thewr, tP1S he Canratrsor
shall show or hew shew hlmprats, the AS BUILT ples taculbag the puerl comatractiem,
.100rt~ial l~se ad piumblag lines .metrme1~ed wider this Camtraet sd shall furnish mr to gkr.
Art. ger :l~As Gfdb!er The a w ork shl harrie ma with the utmost spee and shal kb
@smrlted by r a dab determne by th Omwar, Arebtast adr COmtratLOrO.
KXCAsvATKIW.~ GRADI; FI ltlDS s DEYDION 2
rnish fill material.
Exavate, grad, fill and compact as indicated.
Dispeal of surplus excavated material.
ESCT3cVThh 07 WPoR
f8tM AND l P PECTIC
POURED IN PLACE
1. ill to be compacted shall be clean sand free from organic
materials, muck, marl or other deleterious materials with not
more than 10 passing the 200 sieve. Rock washings wilt not
1. All organic or other deleterious materials, including all root
mabrial, shall be removed from areas to be covered by footings
or slabs on fill. This work shall be completed before foundation
excavation is begpn.
2. Carry all fotligs to the elevations shown on the drawings.
3. fetings: Sides of footings shall be compacted with an approved
4. Fill to be compacted shall be placed in layers not to exceed 6 inchi
in thickess. Each layer shall be wetted to approximately optimum
moisture and compacted to a minimum of 965S of maximum density
at Optimum moisture an determined by ASTM D1557-58T, Method "B".
3N: Footing exavatlons shall be approved by the ENGINEER before
2. Place no fill until It has been approved by the ENGINEER.
3. A laboratory employed by the OWNER shall make such tests a. are
deemed necessary. CONTRACTOR shall notify ENGINEER when
the fill to ready for testing.
4. CONTRACTOR shall schedule the work so as to allow time for this
testing before placing succeeding layers or pouring slabs on fill.
STRUCTURAL CONCRETE DIVISION 3
I. Poured in place concrete work.
EXECUTION OF WOR
Unless otherwise specified, all materials, workmanship and prac-
tice shall conform to the best practice and recommendations of
the A.C.I. Manual of Concrete Inspection Third Edition.
laboratory retained by the producer.
(1) Cement: ASTM C1650-56, Type I, U.S.A. manufacture.
(2) Aggregate: South Florida Building Code.
(3) Water: Potable.
(4) Admixture: Sika Chemical Corporation's PLASTIMENT.
(1) lmeral: Ready-Mix conforming to ASTM C 94-55T.
(2) Strength: 3000 psi at 28 days unless otherwise indicated.
(3) Slump: 2 Inches to 3 inches.
(4) Admixture: All 3000 psi concrete shall contain Plastiment.
Quantities and methods shall be as recommended by the
a. The Contractor is responsible for all shoring and form support-
ing systems. In no case shall supporting forms or shoring be
removed until members have attained sufficient strength to safe-
ly support their weight and the total load thereon. Slab forms,
beam bottoms and shoring must remain in place a minimum of
72 hours after concrete is placed. When forms are stripped,
the floor must be reabored.
b. Wood forming and shoring: SEE CARPENTRY DIVISION 14.
4. Membrane: Provide 4 mal Vlsqueen Polyethelene film under all slabs
formed on fill, Install as recommended by the manufacturer. Lap 6
inches In the direction of spreading concrete. Take care not to
puncture film. Turn up a double layer of film at all slab edges abut-
5. Accurately place and anchor all Inserts, bolts, sleeves and other
Items required to be set In concrete.
6. Setting Reinforcing: Set all reinforcing steel, mesh, and accessories.
Reinforcing shall be clean, accurately positioned and securely tied in
place. Lap mesh 6 Inches at splices, temperature bars 12 Inches.
All other splices shall be a minimum of 32 diameters.
7. Joint Filler: Premold expansion Joint filler conforming to ASTM
8. Placing Concrete:
a. Forms shall be thoroughly clean and damp before placing concrete.
Runways for transporting concrete shall not rest on the reinforc-
b. No concrete shall be placed under water.
c. Concrete shall be deposited in its final position without segrega-
tion, rehand ng or flowing.
d. Concrete shall be spaded and vibrated with approved mechanical
vibrators to maximum subsidence without segregation. Vibrate
bars to insure bond with concrete.
e. Columns and walls shall settle at least 4 hours before the beam
floor or roof slab supported thereon Is poured. Pour concrete
walls in lifts not to exceed 4 feet.
f. Where possible, pours shall be continuous except where Joints
are shown on the plans. Joints not shown will not be permitted
uleu approved by the ENGINEER. Before pouring concrete
adjoining construction Joints, the surface of the Joint already
poured shall be roughened, cleaned, wet and given a heavy
coat of eat cement grout.
I. Where cestructom joints are indicated in slabs on fill, the con-
crete shall be poured to screeds. Stop mesh at the Joint. Re-
move the vertical screed and pour adjacent areas not less than
24 hours later.
h. All bhoeycomb ahall be repaired by the GUNITE method at the
the direction f the ENGINEER.
I. Provide 3/4 inch chambers on edges of all columns aad beam
sffts, except when such edges abut masonry.
9. Fnislbing Concrete:
a. Exposed concrete other than floor and roof slabs: Immediately
after removing forms, out off all metal form ties at least 3/4"
back from the surface of the oncrete. Wet and fill all boles
and voids with cement mortar (1:2 mix). Color of mortar shall
match concrete to which It Is applied.
b. Floor sad Roof Slabs:
General: Walt until water ha disappeared and concrete stiffen-
ed to prevent churning up. Mop up all water pudles. Use flot-
ing and finishing machines. Do 4et sprinkle water or dust dry
cement on surface to facilitate finishing. Steel trowel only after
concrete has set so It rings and dees not stck to trowml.
c. A.C. Iorm's HIONCURE, or equal, shall be applied to all floor
areas indicated to be exposed cement finish mad to all roof areas.
d. All exterior concrete finish floors, steps and walks shall be a
two hand steel trowel finish with non-slip aggregate ALUNDUM
(eare sire) a manudactured by the Norton Company and i
accordance with their specfilcatlun "A".
a. The Contrsctor shall notify the ENGINEER and the laboratory
employed by the OWNER at leaout 24 hours before each pour.
b. No concrete shall be poured until formwork and reinforcing for
te entire Portion to be poured that day hua been inspected and
11. Testing and Control:
A laboratory employed by the OWNER shall nmake and test at least
five cylinders for each 60 yards, or fraction thereof, poured. Ous
test shall be made at 3 and 7 days, and 3 at 28 days.
PRECAST CONCRETE DIVISION 4
1. Furnish and erect all precasut concrete units.
1. Cement shall be of domestic manufacture conforming to ASTM C- 18-
56, Type 1, U.S.A. manufacture, trinity white.
2. Aggregate: South Florida Building Code, and white marble aad
3. Water shall be potable.
4. Reinforcing steel shall conform to ASTM A15-64T a noted on drawings.
5. All metal Inserts, accessories, etc.
6. Formsa shall be of wood construction treated and filled to produce an
K 1. Sizes, profiles, finish, Inserts, etc., shall be strictly In accord-
ance with the drawings, these specifications and a. approved by
the ARCHITECT. Prior to transporting, steam clean (remove all
form oil). Dress or resurfaces oat concrete.
2. Treat exterior surface with 1 coat Dehydratine No. 22, A. C. Horn.
3. When precast units are In place, patch all chipped corners, etc., grout
holes and cracks so that the exposed surfaces and corners are smooth
and true, matching original finish.
MASONRY DIVISION 5
1. ftrnish all masonry materials.
2. Frnisah all labor, materials, equipment and appliances to complete
. Concrete Masonry Units: 8 Inch, conforming to ASTM C 9-62, Grade A.
2. Mortar Materials: ASTM C 270-57T except tt aggregates meeting the
requirements of the Snith florida Building Code are acceptable. Masory
cement shall meet the requirements of ASTM C9157, Type II and shall be
of U.S.A. manufacture.
3. Joint Reinforcement: Standard Dur-O-Wal galvanizedwall reinforcement.
1. General: Erect all masonry, including IbUlding into masonry, all bolts,
anchors, inserts, onduIts and other items furnished by others but re-
quired to be set to the masonry and provide all opening required by
other trades. Pour columns and beams to block. Square end blocks
shall not be used abutting concrete columns.
2. Storage of Materials: All materials shall be stored under cover In a dry
1. Structural Steel: ASTM A-7.
1. Welding: AWS recommendations and done by laboratory certified
2. Fabrication and Erection: AISC Specifications for Fabrication and
3. All pipe columns shall be concrete filled.
1. GRADING AND CLEARING:
This Contractor shall remove all trees and vegetation from this property, including
any root system to a depth of four feet.
The bottom of the excavation or fill for the paved area shall be compacted and leveled
to a surface of uniform density, stabilized with material acceptable to the Architect,
as a binder, that will give a bearing strength of not less than fifteen (15) pounds per
square Inch by repeated water sprinkling and rolling with an approved 3-wheel 10-ton
roller or hand-tamped mechanically where required. Reshape to grade after com-
3. ROCK BASE COURSE:
5" clean Miami oolite lime rock constructed on prepared subgrade in one course con-
forming to required lines and grades, rock shall be spread uniformly and rolled until
the entire depth of base ia compacted Into a dense unyielding mass. After rolling,
the entire surface shall be thoroughly scarified and shaped to proper section with a
road machine; then watered and again rolled, rolling and watering shall continue until
the entire base is bonded and compacted, true to grade and section.
After the base Is cured and dry, sweep all dust aad loose material from the surface.
The base shall be primed with R. C. Asphalt at 10 gallons/yard. After priming, a
one-Inch compacted wearing course of hot asphalt concrete as specified in Section 129,
Florida State Road Department, Spec. for Road and Bridge Construction (April 1,
1947) with the additional provision that all aggregate shall pass a #4 screen and have a
ROOFING AND ROOF FLASI4NG DIVBION 9
1. BUILT-UP ROOFING AND ROOF FLASHING:
a. Roofing and all flashing shall be twenty (20) year bondable type.
b. Gravel shall be Chattahohee River Gravel in sizes to conform to the Barrett
c. All workmanship ad method of application of roofing material and flashing shall
cofortm to Barrett Speoifications for a 20 year bondable Barrett roof for use over
d. Material shall be mre# a spetfied by Barrett Twenty (20) year coal tar pitch
bandable roof for ue over concrete.
e. All meal flashig to include all walls, stops (see special detail up rakes, where
ppes pass through reds, ad all other metal flashing ot heretofore mentioned
shall be 20 ounce oornmie copper, all designed and fastened in place according to
plans, spelflciations and recommendtion of the m facturer whose roofing
material Is used and in accord with the drawing and details where weight of metal
f. All Joints on flashing shall be soldered watertight with solder providing a
lapped plastic filled expansi Joint every 24'.
g. Roof d mulsa m All rooa fat decks over Interior spaces shall be insulated with
1-1/2" CELOTEX regular reof islation to me layer mpped to concrete deck.
h. NOTE: Any rooer otracter that can furnish a 20-year bond on roofing ad
flasi Issued by Mbanarer of ring materials to be ued will be acceptable
to Owner. bo d must declare that the roof ad flashing will be acceptable to
Owner. Bond must declare that the roof and flashing will be kept in a watertight
condition for the period of the bond, including all cost of labor and material.
Prior to beginning work a letter from the Manufactrer whose rooting materials
the Contractor prupoees to me shall be furnished to the Architect which states
that the MaactE er agrees te the following:
(1) Furnish a twenty-year bond declaring that the ref and roofflashing will be
kept in a watertight condition for the period of the bond ncludig all cost of
labor aad materials.
(2) The resposibullty of te maufacrer of roofing material used I nat limit-
ed to the amount of m ey set forth i the bd but that said ma-nractuIer
will assume such responsibility as necessary to keep reef and flashig
In a watertight condition for period of the bond.
(3) Roofing Contrator give name of roofing ob trator and/or company) Is
acceptable to apply te bonded pe red a. heretofore stated.
(4) Give periodic inepectiea by an official maufeur's aget on all reooing
ad flashing. ispeetia to be made a mialmua aof every forty-eight (48)
hours during the entire tim r lng amd/er flashing work I his prnores.
Inspection to be made of all roo and flahdd aras dingsoah ispecti.
NOTE: On oompleti of the )ob the Owner reserves the right to accept or reject
the bnad. the bond Is required it shall be paid for by the Owner at a rate et
to exceed 1.00 per square (100 feet).
2. MINERAL SURFACED ROOFING AND RWOFIMG TILE:
a. Barrett 1-year B ead 4 Ply "S.1. S. steep roof No. 41-W (white mineral
b. "MARUEILLES" type ceramic roofing le (blue-green color) a supplied by
"STYIlW OF MIAMI" ee l e, Representative).
c. bed roofing tiles In grey cement.
CERAMIC TILE DIVBION 10
Stylon Corporation tile to colors a selected by the Architect.
2. SCOPE OF WORK:
Furnishdb all labor and material, ay ad all items of service required to properly install
ceramic tile t accordace with plans aad speetficatlas ad on aschedes.
All materials rd w m shp s l be a w aaccrdeace with the current accepted standard
practice of the Tile Iutry pulished by Tile Ciou l of America, hIc. Work shall be
carefully laid ret to enter the tile to avoid small uads.
4. CLEANmI AND PROTECTING:
Tle floors and walls shall be left olean after granting aad protected with a suitable oover-
ing paper before other trades shall have access to the rnms.
MARBLE DrVION 11
a. Reuma Travertine 3/4" (modular wall sizes are 2'x4', floor sizes are 2'x2' except
for t few special conditions required by Plwas). "Moet Merao" is approved,
however ether samples may be submitted.
b. "Stowe set" Mortar Mix.
c. #0 soft d1m awcopper anchor wire.
2. SCOPE OF WORK:
Furnish all labor and materials, any and all items of service required to properly install
as in aIn dancecn with plans and specifications d aa n schedules.
a. All materials and workaip shall be n accordance with the current accepted
standard practice of the Marble dety.
b. Jointing general hall be u show on Architect's Drawings unless shop drawings
with champs of joating approved. Joints shall have loee cotact for L l thick-
ess of the marble. Joints hall be 1/8" wide, raked 3/16" deep and shall be plumb,
square, true and dressed tea dewe fit with Bthededes smooth. Cutting fork of
other trades, for hardware, for aceessorles, etc., shall be neatly done, accuratebly
out to te correct sizes as reqred.
c. Use two concealed anchors each side of each slab (6" down from top and 6" up from
d. 3/8" to 1/" (Parge) grout trowelled on back of each slab to insure complete bond.
All exterior flooring and exterior walls shall have a boled finish. All interior floors shall
have a filled (grey portland cement) homed and polished finish. All interior walls shall
have a booed and polished finish.
After erection, protect marble surfaces with a non-staining, easily remnvable material.
LATHING AND PLASTERING DIVBION 12
7. MI3H I
9. SHOP DR
5. WORnK RE
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PAVING DIVISION 7