DeMesa-Sanchez House - Design Development Presentation October 20, 1978 (25 pages)

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DeMesa-Sanchez House - Design Development Presentation October 20, 1978 (25 pages)
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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATION













RESTORATION OF THE DEMESA-SANCHEZ HOUSE

FOR THE ST. AUGUSTINE PRESERVATION BOARD

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

STATE PROJECT NO. DOS-3200

OCTOBER 20, 1978


SHEPARD
ASSOCIATES

ARCHITECTS
& PLANNERS
INCORPO R A TED


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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATION


RESTORATION OF THE DEMESA-SANCHEZ HOUSE

FOR THE ST. AUGUSTINE PRESERVATION BOARD

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

STATE PROJECT NO. DOS-3200

OCTOBER 20, 1978



















INDEX


TITLE


NO. PAGES


SUBMITTAL & REVIEW CHECKLIST

AREA ANALYSIS SUMMARY

DESIGN PROFESSIONAL'S ESTIMATE SUMMARY
AND BUDGET COMPARISON

DESIGN PROFESSIONAL'S ESTIMATE SUMMARY
AND BUDGET COMPARISON PROJECT DIRECTOR'S
REVIEW & CERTIFICATION

REVISED PROGRAM AND DOCUMENTATION

OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS

CALCULATIONS






STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
DIVISION OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION

SUBMITTAL & REVIEW CHECKLIST


Project Number: DOS-3200
Project Name and Location: Restoration of the DeMesa-Sanchez House


St. Augustine, Florida
A/E NAM: Shepard Associates. Architects & Planners. Inc.
A/E LOCATION: 2111 Corporate Square Boulevard
Jacksonville. Fla. 32216 PH3NE: (9047 721-2111

INFORMATION SUBMITTED FOR DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE

A/E Sub Required BC Action
mission Yes No Approval Comments

(1) PROGRAM CONFORMANCE
COMPARATIVE AREA ANALYSIS 10-20-78 X See "Revised Program"
Approved by HSAPB at
(2) MASTER PLAN CONFORMANCE 10-20-78 X last1 rpgiilar mpting
Approved by DHARM as
(3) HIST. REC. & ARCH APPROVAL 12-13-77 X __ part of grant approval

(4) SPACE ANALYSIS
(a) Gross n10-2-7
(b) Net 10-20-78 X __________ __


f~1 CTT1: (CDTTP)TA


Included as portion of
o erall Hi toric Dist


(a) Legal Description N/A x
oundr Surve N/A X
Topographical Survey N/A X
Ld) Borings & Soil Invest. N/A X I
(e Zoning Copatible 10-20-78 X ___ as 12 ahnov
(f) Access 4 Egress Prov. 10-20-78 X Same as (2) above

(6) SITE UTIL. AVAIL & PROVIDED
(a) Electric 10-20-78 X
SWater 10-20-78 X
(c Sewer 10-20-78
(Gas __
(e) Storm _
Telephone 10-20-78 x

(7) SITE ACQUISITION_
a) Agreement Executed
b Cab Action Ca lete
c) Closing Complete _

.(8) SITE PREPARATION
(a) Clearing N/A X Not rpurep
b) Exist. til. Removed N/A ni.rnnn n-otd 1277
Definitive drawings
(9) SITE DRAWINGS 10-20-78 X not required

(10) LANDSCAPE DRAWINGS N/A X


(11) ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
DRAWINGS & CRITERIA


BC&PM 5128


10-20-78 X

Page 1 of 3


Original criteria sub-
mitted 12-13-77
EXHIBIT 3.06


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SUBMITTAL AND REVIEW CHECKLIST
INFORMATION SUBMITTED FOR


(CONTD.)
DESIGN DEVELOPMENT


A/E Sub- Required BC Action
mission Yes No Approval Comments

(12) STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS &
DESIGN CRITERIA N/A X
C13) MECHANICAL DRAWINGS &
DESIGN CRITERIA 10-20-78 X


) 41( PLUMBING DRAWINGS 4
DESIGN CRITERIA


(15) ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS &
DESIGN CRITERIA


10-20-78


I I I I I


10-10-78


Minimum requirements


Minimum requirements


OUTLINE
(16) TECHNICAL/SPECIFICATIONS 10-20-78 X

(17) NON-TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS N/A X

(18) BID PROCEDURE
(a) Base Bid N/A x
) Alternates Additive) N/A X

(19) LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS (ENERGY) N/A X
(20) COST ESTIMATE AND CERTIFI-
CATION INCLUDING ALTERNATES 10-20-78 X
(21) AVAILABLE FUNDING VS. ESTIMATE

(22) CODE COMPLIANCE
'a )mz Sid


a tanar u ng oe


1 n-__i7Q


S.. --- u-u-j__ c Uist. regms.
b) South Florida Code N/A X ..
(c NFPA Life / Safety Code 10-20-78 x


(23) REGULATIONS
(a) Handicapped Barriers
X-List) N/A X
Cb) DRI N k--
c1020_7 -DHARM approval p
j _______ __ viously received by
e-_______ _______HSAPB.
Not required this
(24) PERMITS N/A X submission
a Local Building
(b) U.S. Corp. ofEng. ,,
c Dredge & Fill ,
SElectrical -----
c e

e Plmbing
(f Sanitary ,----- -


BCSPM 5128 Page 2 of 3

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EXHIBIT 3.06


PHASE


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SUBMITTAL AND REVIEW CHECKLIST
INFORMATION SUBMITTED FOR


CCONTD.)
DESIGN DEVELOPMENT


A/E Sub- Required BC Action
mission Yes No Approval Conments

(25) REVIEWS o APPROVALS
) Board of Health Local) N/A X
c Dept. of Health State) N/A
SPollution Control N/A X
e) Coplex Air Source N/A x
f) Dept. environmental Reg. N/A x
g) Elevator N/A -
h) Hotel and Restaurants N/A X


(26) BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION (DGS)
.a Architecture 10-20-7
b Engineering N/A x -
c Communications N/A y
Id) Maintenance -"
(e) Security N/A x

(27) POST BID REQUIREMENTS Not required this
(27 N/A X submission.
(a) Landscape _____
(b) Interior Design _______ -
(c Space Layout
(d) Furnishings
e) Equipment

(28) PROJECT FACT SHEET


(29) PROFESSIONAL
EVALUATION


PERFORMANCE


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SIGNATURE & DATE A/E



Herschel E. Shepard
BC&PM 5128
Oct. 20, 1978


SIGNATURE & DATE
PROJECT DIRECTOR


EXHIBIT 3.06


3 of 3


PHASE


Page










AREA ANALYSIS SUMMARY


Project Title: Restoration of the DeMesa-Sanchez House, St. Augustine, Fla.

Project Number: DOS-3200


1. Net

2.


Usable Area

Public Convenience Area


3. Mechanical Area

4. Building Service & Storage
Area

5. General Circulation Area

6. Exterior Sheltered
(572 x 0.50) =

7. Structural Area

8. Gross Building (AIA)

9. Exterior Developed
(671 x 0.25) =

10. Gross Project

11. Less Structural Area

12. Net Maintainable


3,274 S.F.

-0-

51


286

434

4,045


+ 168

4,213

434

3,779


Efficiency = Net Area (1)
Gross Area (8)


= 3274 = 81%
4045


BC/A 75/12/2 002/2-1
EXHIBIT 3.05


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DESIGN PROFESSIONAL'S ESTIMATE SIMARY AND BUDGET COMPARISON


Date Submitted


Project No.
Project Name


Location


DOS-3200
Restoration of
Sanchez House
St. Augustine.


(PROGRAM NOT
OWNERS BUDGET ITEMIZED)


APA or Building Program:
the de Mesa Schematic Plans
Preliminary Plans
SFlorida 50% Construction Docs.
Pre-Bid Cost Est.
Construction Docs.

CONSTRUCTION ELEMENT


N/A
N/A
10-20-78


0-207


PROBABLE CONSTR. COST


Site Preparation (Demolition)
Landscaping
Exterior Utilities
Central Cooling
Central Heating
Electrical Distribution
Sewer Distribution
Water Distribution including
Fire Protection
Computerized Monitor &
Control Systems
Roads & Paving
New Construction & Restoration
(including all finishes)
Plumbing
H.V.A.C.
Electrical System (Interior)
Built-In Program Equipment & Casework
Building Allowances (Itemize)
Other


$ 2,600
$ -0-
$ -0-
$ -0-
$ -0-
$ 500
$ 500

$ -0-

$ -0-
$ -0-
$ 74,375
$ 500
$ 10.000
$ 5.500
$ -0-
$ -0-
$ -0-
$
$

$


_____*Does not
$
$
$
$
$
$
$



*(Does not


$ 84 63* (SUBTOTAL (A))
include + $10,000 available from other sources


Page 1 of 2


93.975


BC&PM 5127


EXHIBIT 3.04





DESIGN PROFESSIONAL'S ,4ATE SUMMARY AND BUDQ T COMPARISON
DESIGN PROFESSIONAL' S &... MATE SUtflARY AiND BUDGET~ COMPARISON


Page 2
Contd.


$ N/A

$ N/A




PROPOSED ADDITIVE ALTERNATES
(DESCRIPT) (COST)
#1To be determined
#2
#3
#4


ESTIMATED RATE OF COST INCREASE (NET)

% Per Month x No. of Months
Est. Bid Price on (15 Jan. 1979
Bid Date
(SUBTOTAL (B))


$ N/A


$ N/A


ADJUSTED TOTAL CONSTRUCTION AREA
AND COST
._ ___ U riT)


(AREA)


N/A $ N/A


PROGRAMMED


Net Square Feet

Gross Sq. Feet

Net/Gross Ratio


3.274


4.045

81%


3,224_

4.045


Cost Per Sq. Ft. Gross


SIGNED _t.r 1978

DATED 20 October 1978


PROJECT COST ESTIMATE FORM
BC&PM 5127


PAGE 2 of 2


EXHIBIT 3.04


ACTUAL


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DESIGN PROFESSIONAL'S ESTIMATE SUMMARY AND BUDGET COMPARISON


PROJECT DIRECTOR'S REVIEW & CERTIFICATION


OTHER PROJECT COSTS


DGS @ 1 %
APA or Program Development Fee
A/E Fees
Surveys, Site Investigation
Engineering Studies
Furnishings
Contingencies
Property Purchase
Other (Identify)
(SUBTOTAL (C)


ESTIMATED TOTAL PROJECT COST


$ 960.00
$ -0-
$ 6.074.00
$ -0-
$ -0-
$ -0-
$ 4,603.00
$ -0-
$ -0-
$ 11-637.00


$ 96,000.00


Signature


Date


EXHIBIT 3.05.


$


$ -- -


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REVISED PROGRAM AND DOCUMENTATION


OCTOBER 20, 1978


1. REVISED PROGRAM

At its regular meeting held in September, 1977, the Historic St. Augustine
Preservation Board directed the Architect to proceed with restoration to an
earlier configuration than that suggested in the Research Report dated 13
December 1977. The Research Report had suggested restoration to ca. 1885-
1895; the final approved period was 1830-40. However, this change resulted
in minimal changes in configuration, and the most significant alteration was
the removal of Rooms 104 and 203, which were believed to have been added be-
tween 1893 and 1899. Further architectural field research, however, indi-
cates that Room 104 existed in the 1830-40 period. This configuration will
be confirmed with the HSAPB and its staff before construction documents are
begun.

At the same meeting the HSAPB approved this project as meeting the criteria
of the Master Plan for San Agustin Antiguo.

Whether or not both Rooms 104 and 203 are removed, the location of staff
toilets (if indeed needed), air handling equipment and compressors, and stor-
age areas had to be modified. This submission locates one staff toilet in
Room 106, and HVAC equipment in the attic above Room 204. These revisions
are subject to the approval of the HSAPB and its staff.

2. REVISED DOCUMENTATION

Completion of the archaeological reports in the past several weeks has allowed
closer coordination among historical documentation, archaeological research,
and architectural field investigation. The following tentative conclusions
are by no means final and require considerable additional investigation to
be accomplished during preparation of construction drawings and the construc-
tion phase.

A. STOUT (1771-1784) expanded the deMesa structure to the south ca. 1783.
Three rooms were located on the first floor, separated by interior masonry
partitions, and floored with tabby (Floor D.) As part of this construction
a second floor was added, and access was provided by a single-flight stair
located inside the structure.* The entire second floor was one room with an
inverted "tea-tray" ceiling ceiled with whitewashed planks. Similar planks
ceiled the bottom of the second-floor floor joists. In addition, the deMesa
chimney or hearth in the east wall of Room 103 was demolished, and Rooms 106
and 108 were constructed to the east.** The "east wing" thus formed was one-
story and adjoined a paved loggia to the south in the area of present Rooms

* Not supported by Scardaville.
** Possibly not supported by Bostwick and Deagan.


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105 and 107. The loggia may have been uncovered, or may have been roofed
with a one-story structure supported by masonry piers. A separate kitchen
constructed by de Mesa was remodelled at this time. The 1788 Rocque map
and key describe this structure, although Sanchez may have begun further
alterations by that time.

B. SANCHEZ (1784-1802) altered the structure in two phases. In the first
phase a second floor was added to the east wing (Rooms 204 and 206). The
interior stair constructed by Stout was retained for access to the second
floor, and the loggia to the east either remained unroofed or retained a
one-story roof constructed by Stout. This work was completed by 1791 and
is described in the Book of Mortgages. The second phase consisted of the
construction of an L-shaped balcony east of the west wing and south of the
east wing. A masonry wall, possibly two stories in height, supported the
south end of the balcony east of the west wing. Masonry piers supported the
south edge of the balcony south of the east wing. The present stair was con-
structed at this time except the lower flight did not turn south as at pre-
sent but continued to the east. The interior Stout stair was removed. This
work was completed by 1802 and is described in the 1802 appraisal. (The
separate kitchen was rebuilt during either of the two phases.)

C. LISK (?) (1835-1837) enclosed the first floor loggia (Rooms 105 and 107)
by filling-in between the masonry pillars with masonry walls, windows, and
a door south of Room 107. The deteriorated balcony flooring and floor joists
above Rooms 105 and 107 were removed and replaced. The deteriorated balcony
flooring and floor joists, as well as the second floor roof and rafters, were
removed at the balcony east of the west wing. The masonry wall supporting
the south end of this balcony was altered to support a one-story sloping roof
above a new enclosed space, Room 104. The north end of Room 104 was left
open into the new stair hall, Room 105. The lower flight of the Sanchez
stair was altered to its present configuration as required by the new parti-
tion separating Rooms 105 and 107. On the second floor, the south edge of the
balcony south of the east wing was enclosed by constructing a wood partition
with horizontal exterior siding exposed to view to the interior and white-
washed. This partition enclosed Room 205 and the present Stairhall; the pre-
sent partition separating these spaces is probably a later addition.

D. BEFORE 1888 the west wall of the separate kitchen was removed, a second
floor was constructed above the kitchen, and the kitchen was incorporated into
the east wing. The second floor roof above the kitchen and Room 205 and the
Stairhall were constructed as visible today. A second floor (Room 205) was
added to Room 104, enclosed by wood framing on the east and south. The south
walls of Rooms 107 and 205 were probably repaired and slightly altered at this
time.


Herschel E. Shepard
20 October 1978


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RESTORATION OF THE DEMESA-SANCHEZ HOUSE
FOR THE ST. AUGUSTINE PRESERVATION BOARD
STATE PROJECT NO. DOS-3200
OCTOBER 20, 1978

OUTLINE SPECIFICATION DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

DIVISION 1, GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

SECTION 1A WORK INCLUDED

A. GENERAL SCOPE OF WORK

The work of this contract includes the restoration of the DeMesa-Sanchez
House as indicated on the drawings and as generally described below:

Remove masonry fence on south property line and replace with 190 feet of
rived board fence.

Remove masonry gate and restore 1830-40 wood gate.

Remove stucco arches and edge beam at south balcony, rebuild edge beam and
provide wooden columns at first floor and second floor; replace deck; pro-
vide handrail, balusters and stair.

Remove two low walls and cistern in courtyard. Brick paving to remain and
to be matched as required.

Shore roof, remove existing west balcony floor, floor framing, posts,
balusters, and handrail, and restore to 1830-40 configuration.

Remove existing windows, doors, and frames in west wall and restore to
1830-40 configuration.

Remove second story window in south wall and restore masonry in Room #201.

Remove door adjacent to chimney in south wall and restore window in Room #201.

Remove and restore 4 exterior doors on first and second floors facing court-
yard.

Replace or restore all exterior sash.

Restore roof to (fire rated) wood shingle; consolidate or replace plates.

Remove existing stucco and re-stucco exterior of building (no painting
required).

Provide scabs at existing deteriorated floor joists in two north rooms.

Provide new concrete floors.


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Clean all second floor wood floors after removing later flooring; selectively
finish if possible.

Replaster interior walls, complete. Do not paint plaster, except provide
red stripe base, first floor.

Rework interior openings; remove and repair mouldings and frames (most
second floor doors can remain; all new doors required on first floor).

Paint interior and exterior trim, sash, doors, and shutters.

Install new sink, toilet and hose bibbs.

Install complete new electrical service including convenience outlets, light
fixtures and switches, recessed yard lights, panels, and equipment connec-
tions.

Install new air conditioning and heating system.

SECTION 1B TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION AND FACILITIES

A. GENERAL

Provide temporary utilities, temporary toilets, drinking water and job tele-
phone as required for the work.

B. PROJECT SIGN

Provide a 4 ft. x 8 ft. sign.

SECTION 1C PROTECTION AND SAFETY ON SITE

A. GENERAL

The DeMesa-Sanchez House is of historic value and is listed on the National
Register of Historic Places.

All materials and artifacts at this site shall remain the property of the
Owner.

Make such explorations and probes as necessary to ascertain any required
protective measures before proceeding with the work.

Provide, erect and maintain barriers, warning signs and other items as
required for proper protection and safety of the workmen engaged in the work
and the public, city employees and the existing building, grounds and im-
provements and adjacent structures.

Maintain clear passageways and means of egress.

Be responsible for any damage to the existing structure, contents, or items
designated for reuse during construction.


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SECTION 1D RESTORATION, RECONSTRUCTION AND NEW WORK


A. GENERAL

Where restoration, reconstruction or new work and existing work join, cut,
remove, patch, repair or refinish the adjacent surfaces, leaving in as good
condition as existing prior to commencing work.

The materials and workmanship employed in reconstruction and restoration,
unless shown or otherwise specified, shall conform to and match the original
work.

Restoration and reconstruction shall be performed by the various respective
trades that normally perform the particular items of work.

Where existing items are indicated for reuse, repair and refinish to put in
perfect working order unless specifically noted otherwise.

Protect existing finish surfaces, including treads, platforms, jambs and
walls used as passageways or through which materials are handled against
damage.

At no time shall any material or object be thrown from any height.

SECTION 1E SUBMITTALS

A. GENERAL

Standard shop drawing submission shall be required for fabricated items.

DIVISION 2, SITE WORK

SECTION 2A CLEARING

A. GENERAL

Remove all weeds, rubbish and debris from site.

Remove all rubbish and debris from building interior and leave broom
clean.

SECTION 2B- SITE IMPROVEMENTS

A. BRICK PAVING

Patch and repair existing brick paving in courtyard to match original.

B. WOOD FENCE

New fence and gate shall be constructed from Pressure Treated No. 2
Southern Yellow Pine.


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DIVISION 2, SITE WORK (Continued)

SECTION 2C SOIL POISON

Treat soil below new sections of first floor slab, below existing
floor slab and around the perimeter of the building with standard
commercial treatment. Provide a five-year guarantee.

DIVISION 3, CONCRETE

A. GENERAL

Replace coquina concrete floor slabs to match existing. Concrete
shall be 2,500 psi.

DIVISION 4, MASONRY

A. COQUINA WALLS

Patch and repair existing coquina walls as required. Use lime mortar
mix to match original.

DIVISION 5, METALS

Not used.

DIVISION 6, WOOD AND PLASTICS

SECTION 6A CARPENTRY AT SITE

A. GENERAL

Provide and install rough hardware, rough carpentry lumber and plywood.

Install wood doors, wood windows, millwork, casework and finish hard-
ware.

B. MATERIALS

Use pressure treated or woodlife treated Southern Yellow Pine for
applications at exterior or in contact with concrete or masonry.

New wood studs shall be Hem-Fir.

New structural framing members shall be No. 2 Southern Yellow Pine.

Provide temporary shoring, blocking and bracing as required.

C. INSTALLATION

Use only cut nails for installation of millwork items.


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DIVISION 6, WOOD AND PLASTICS (Continued)


SECTION 6B MILLWORK

A. GENERAL

Provide all new door and window frames and trim as required. Repair
and reuse existing where possible. New work shall be equal to Archi-
tectural Woodwork Institute, "Custom Grade".

Provide new wood decking, balcony railings and balusters, wood siding
and other items as required to match similar pieces from the 1830-40
period.

B. MATERIALS

Construct new units from Southern Yellow or White Pine. Items with
exterior exposure or in contact with concrete or masonry shall be
pressure-treated and be compatible with a paint finish.

C. SHOP DRAWINGS

Provide shop drawings showing existing conditions and dimensions
and full-scale configuration of all new items.

DIVISION 7, MOISTURE PROTECTION

SECTION 7A WOOD SHINGLE ROOFING

A. GENERAL

Remove existing roofing over areas of the building to remain. Provide
a new Class 'B' fire retardant wood shingle roof, complete, over these
areas.

B. MATERIALS

Shingles shall be machine sawn 16" (Fivex) No. 1 Blue Label and shall
be fire retardant treated.

C. INSTALLATION

Install wood shingles with asbestos asphalt roofing felts over .002-
inch thick, plastic coated steel foil over new 1/2-inch CDX plywood
sheathing, as required for a Class 'B' Label.

Above balconies, except St. George Street balcony, install shingles
directly over stripping so as to be seen from below. Install plywood
sheathing and Class 'B' roof above these shingles.


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DIVISION 7, MOISTURE PROTECTION (Continued)

SECTION 7B SHEETMETAL WORK

A. GENERAL

Sheetmetal work shall be shop primed 24 and 26 Ga., copper bearing
base metal with commercial weight zinc coating. Fastners shall be
hot-dipped galvanized for steel.

B. ALTERNATE

Provide copper flashing, sheetmetal work and roofing nails in lieu
of galvanized.

SECTION 7C CAULKING AND SEALING

A. SEALANT

Seal all exterior joints and openings with acrylic sealant. Prime
joints as recommended by sealant manufacturer. Use backing rod as
required. Mask surfaces adjacent to joints as required for protec-
tion of finish surfaces.

Remove excess material and leave surfaces neat, clean and smooth.

B. CAULK

Caulk interior joints prior to final paint coat with latex caulking.

SECTION 7D THERMAL INSULATION

A. GENERAL

Insulate above second floor ceiling with 6-inch thick Kraft faced
batts.

DIVISION 8, DOORS, WINDOWS & GLASS

SECTION 8A WOOD DOORS

A. GENERAL

Provide new paneled Ponderosa Pine or Douglas Fir doors, toxic and
water-repellent treated, as required to match doors from the 1830-40
period.

SECTION 8B WOOD WINDOWS

A. GENERAL

Provide new No. 1 Ponderosa Pine or Douglas Fir, toxic and water-
repellent treated window units as required to match the 1830-40 configu-
ration.


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DIVISION 8, DOORS, WINDOWS & GLASS (Continued)

SECTION 8B WOOD WINDOWS (Continued)

A. GENERAL (Continued)

Furnish sash glazed with single strength 'B', fully bedded in putty.

Furnish units without balances, pulleys, sash locks, sash lifts or
other hardware and do not rabbit stiles or rails for hardware.

Provide 'prop stick' of same material as sash, of proper length to
wedge operable sash fully open and fully closed.

SECTION 8C FINISH HARDWARE

A. GENERAL

Repair, refinish and reuse early hardware remaining in good condition.

Replace balance of hardware to match the 1830-40 type hardware.

DIVISION 9, FINISHES

SECTION 9A PLASTER

A. GENERAL

Patch and repair existing plaster surfaces.

Install new smooth lime-putty plaster finish at interior of exterior
walls on galvanized metal lath on pressure-treated wood furring strips.

SECTION 9B STUCCO

A. GENERAL

Remove existing exterior stucco finish and restucco with a smooth
finished Portland cement lime stucco, 3/4" thick.

SECTION 9C PAINTING

A. GENERAL

Paint all interior and exterior wood trim, sash, doors, shutters, rail-
ings, exterior wood stairs, balconies and wood fence.

Whitewash interior surfaces as indicated.

B. MATERIALS

Exterior Paint: Exterior oil paint, linseed oil, vehicle-type over
appropriate primer.
Interior Paint: Alkyd enamel over appropriate primer.

DIVISIONS 10-14: NOT USED.
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15. MECHANICAL

SECTION 15A. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR MECHANICAL WORK

A. MATERIALS AND INSTALLATION, GENERAL.

B. CODE REQUIREMENTS.

C. SHOP DRAWINGS.

D. TESTING AND BALANCING OF AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING SYSTEM

E. GUARANTEES.

F. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.

G. FINAL ACCEPTANCE.

SECTION 15B. AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING

A. WORK INCLUDED

In general, the work shall consist of providing air conditioning and heating
for building with water-to-air heat pumps.

B. MATERIAL

Piping: Condenser water piping shall be Schedule 40 black steel.
Condensate shall be PVC.

Ductwork: Duct shall be galvanized sheet metal constructed in
accordance with SMACNA. Grilles and registers shall be
extruded aluminum.

Insulation: Condensate piping to the dry well shall be 1/2-in.
Armaflex.

Pump: Pump shall be hase mounted, end suction, 1750 RPM motors,
mounted on concrete pad with expansion tank.

SECTION 15C. PLUMBING

A. WORK INCLUDED

All fixture and exposed piping removal, capping and plugging of existing
piping below finished surfaces.

Furnish and install all fixtures, valves, piping, equipment, and appurtenances
required or necessary to complete the work indicated.

Extend all utilities shown for a complete and operating system.


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B. PERMITS, FEES, INSPECTIONS, CODES

Obtain and pay for all permits required for the work of this section.

Arrange for all inspections required by the local plumbing authorities and
deliver dated reports to the Architect.

All work and materials shall meet all codes having jurisdiction over the
work of this section.

C. MATERIALS

Fixtures shall be Kohler, Crane, Eljer or American Standard with the same
fixtures as specified.

Drainage,waste and vent piping shall be standard weight hub and spigot
cast iron below grade and no-hub with stainless steel bands above grade.

Water piping shall be hard copper type "L" above grade and coated type "K"
below grade.

D. INSTALLATION

The work shall be installed by licensed contractors experienced in this
trade in a neat and workmanlike method.

No work shall be covered until tested, inspected and approved by the
Architect/Engineer.

All water piping and system shall be sterilized as specified.

16. ELECTRICAL

SECTION 16A. ELECTRICAL

A. WORK INCLUDED

In general, the work shall consist of providing a new electrical service
and a complete new interior wiring system including power to serve new air
conditioning equipment.

B. STANDARD OF WORK

1978 Edition of the National Electrical Code.

C. RACEWAYS

Electrical Metallic Tubing: For all circuit runs. Fittings shall b(


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compression type.

For all raceways exposed to physical or
mechanical damage.

For all raceways installed below grade.

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D. WIRE

Copper, Type THW or dual rated THHN THWN insulation, or Type USE for
direct burial, Type NM where approved for specific use.

E. PANELBOARDS

120/240-volt, 1-phase, 3-wire, S/N, 225 ampere main breaker with
plug-in breakers.


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BASIS OF ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL DESIGN


ELECTRICAL:-

The electrical design will be based on the 1978 edition of the
National Electrical Code and any applicable local codes. All lighting
will be designed to complement the restoration with respect to the
restoration period. Convenience outlets will be installed in base
boards where further concealment is impossible or impractical; however,
in general outlets will be concealed out of view as in closets. A new
120/240-volt, single-phase underground service will be provided.

AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING:

A. Design Conditions: Winter Summer

Indoor 720F. 780F. 50% RH
Outdoor 320F. 940F. db 790 wb

B. The following "U" values were calculated based upon our
engineering judgment of existing conditions.

"U" Values

Wall .33
Glass 1.10 (.81 summer)
Roof .05 (attic insulation added)

In order to achieve the roof and floor "U" value, it will be
required that 6-inches of insulation be added.

C. Conditioning shall be accomplished by water-to-air heat pumps.
Water shall be delivered to each unit from a shallow well. Return
water shall be returned to a recharge well.

D. Temperature control shall be provided by means of a manual summer-
winter switch, a fan switch with wall mounted thermostat and a 2-way
electric control valve.

E. Piping Systems: The piping to the units will be schedule 40 welded
black steel. Condensate will be collected and disposed of in a dry
well.

PLUMBING:

The plumbing will be designed to meet the requirements of all local
codes, Southern Standard Plumbing Code and all agencies having jurisdiction.
The plumbing will facilitate the staff and consists of a water closet,
lavatory/sink combination. Service will be extended to the nearest
acceptable existing utility.


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